posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 07:02 PM
I hear alot of people carry on about how free we are, and how much better we have it then other countries. SO I ask. If we are so "free", why do we
post anonymously? Why must we join a group in order to have discussions about the possibly conspiracies about our country, our leaders, even our own
Many peoples concerns are dis-info agents, and possible ABC agencies looking, watching, waiting, for us to share our thoughts and then find a way to
derail them, or make us seem like crazy tin foil hat wearers. When you as a person, say that you are lucky to be "free", what does that mean to you?
What does that reference?
Are we closer to a monarchy? Or we just fooling ourselves?
Before anyone answers, please really think about what makes you come here, what do you do for your computer in order for you to remain anonymous, and
if you are concerned with others finding out you frequent a site like ATS. Also I wanted to mention that there is even an ATS store, if we purchase
the products, are we not silently alerting other members as opposed to telling the world that we are members here? Like being in a secret group.
What are the real chances of actually accidentally seeing another member? This is world wide. I of course know about the concerns about some crazy
people out there, and I am of course not saying to give out your address, but this is something that I have been wanting to ask for a very long time,
as I am secretive with certain people about my involvement here, and had to second think why that was.