Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
You know you and I have had our differences of oppinion but I actually like you and consider you to be a decent man.
Yup, we've had our differences, and one of those is the Roman question. It could be as simple a matter as varying viewpoints - you seem to aim high,
and I tend to stick to the view at ground level. From here, whoever orchestrates the NWO, or indeed if it even really exists, is irrelevant. I don't
deal with those circles, and so don't concern myself much with them. I tend to keep a more wary eye on those around me, closer to my level, and so the
"foot soldiers" who are close enough to "reach out and touch me" if you will. Whoever orchestrates it isn't my concern - it's those who EXECUTE it
that I tend to try to watch.
However having said that, how do you imagine you would really fare with what you have at hand against a host of technologies that are on line, being
brought on line, and perhaps some secretly being held off line, that are well a whole lot more effective than a sling shot, musket or a
I still believe, and will probably die believing (possibly in a ball of fire, but them's the breaks
) that technology is too fragile, and too
defeatable. It promotes an over-reliance that can be exploited. There's more to a strategy of surviving than merely trading bombs or bullets. That's
actually what happens when the strategy breaks down.
We have grown a huge military industrial complex of immense capabilities much of it now automated and remote controlled.
Indeed 'tis true, and there's more of that sort of automation waiting in the wings. I've been keeping an eye on developments in that area as well as I
can, and so far have not seen anything that is undefeatable. All of it so far has an Achilles Heel, which can and will be exploited. One hint out of
several is that often the key to defeating a robotic adversary actually lies in defeating his remote controller. Since the controller is remote, a
physical assault on him is generally impractical, but there are ways of defeat which are more lasting than the merely physical. As an example, it's
possible to blind him without poking him in the physical eyes.
Remove the confidence in the robotics, and the will will slowly drain out, to be replaced by uncertainty of what's next.
How many drone attacks can you withstand in your mountain hide away?
The key here is not to withstand the attacks, but to prevent their occurrence in the first place, or misdirect their target if that fails. An old
adage states that a fox doesn't soil his own den.
How many infared and night vision sattelites can you hide from and for how long in the woods?
All of them, including the FLIR ones. It can be done indefinitely with proper planning, but I figure I've only got a shelf life of 5-10 years with or
without an apocalypse.
How long can you hold out off the grid before you are going to have to pop up on it, will you be able to fool retina scans, and dna identification
Again, I can hold out off the grid indefinitely. It's not fun, but it is possible. Retina scans are hard to fool, but I've discovered through their
use that they suffer certain problems depending on the angle of incident light from outside their retina illuminators. A better strategy is to avoid
them altogether, which I'll have to do anyhow, since my retina print is already on record, as are my fingerprints. Fingerprints can be worked around.
Both cops and criminals know the tricks, and the general population just thinks they do from the movies they watch. DNA ID is harder to defeat. I'm
thinking the trick in all cases is not to get you tender self near the machines that do the work. Also, it matters not at all to me if they can
me by whatever means as long as they can't get physical hold
of me. Just knowing who I am doesn't bother me, as long as there's
no physical custody involved.
We aren't all arguing over Israel for and against for no reason, it isn't kept in the forefront of the news for no reason, it's existence hasn't led
to the tensions that have allowed for the security state and the loss of our rights for no reason, it's not an accident, it's not a coincidence it's a
A plan set in motion a long time ago, a plan to divide us and make our passions run hot in a very long war of divide and conquer and a central part to
the endgame of ending that war and declaring a New World Order.
Well then, if it hadn't been Israel, it would have been something else in that case. That means these are just symptoms, and the disease is what needs
to be treated, rather than the symptoms - the root cause.
Pick your side carefully, for the eventual destruction of Israel and it is going to be destroyed is going to go hand in hand with the destruction of
all of our ways of life and most of us.
The key there then would seem to be to choose your own way of life that rises from the ashes, rather than letting the one "they" want you to have to
be forced upon you. Now, I realize that's easier said than done for most, and is going to be a real problem for many. I'm personally pretty low
maintenance, and most aren't. The Guidestone culling you speak of will more than likely be performed by the cull-ees themselves. Fear, uncertainty,
and perception of a bleak future are and will be, I believe, powerful motivators to "check out" to a number of the pampered souls we see around us
every day. The hell of it is, it's their own PERCEPTIONS that will do them in. Was life even possible before the ipod and the Android phone crawled
out of the primordial ooze? You and I both know it was, but there's a whole generation coming of age now that don't seem to think so.
Again, an over-reliance on technology. In a way, it's no different for our generation, but the technology we relied on IS different. Was hunting even
possible before the rifle? Fire before the Bic lighter? Of course it was, and still is.
Look to the Georgia Guide Stones, the hidden men driving this control the oil, the banks, the food supplies, the communications, and the most
sophistated aspects of the Military Industrial Complex.
They control everything we all need to live, the use it to manipulate us all, and they really do want to lord over and control us all in a world that
they will always have absolute control of.
Again, mere systems that most have become accustomed to, and won't be able to do without. Over reliance on the "other". Fact is, life existed on Earth
before all those things, too, and still can.
We have in fact handed them foolishly almost everything they need to do that.
Do you really want to bet they won't use it against us when they always have done just that?
Yes, we have, and yes, they most certainly will. All the more reason to cut, or at least minimize, reliance on those externals now, while you still
can with a safety net, and see that it's possible to get along without them. Eases the uncertainty, and again, it's all a matter of perception. What
do you suppose would happen if they jerked their rug out from under us, and found that, instead of falling as expected, we were standing on the floor
which ISN'T theirs?
Oh my, that perception problem and the uncertainty involved would then be riding on OTHER shoulders... The hunters would suddenly be the hunted. Will
that happen on a large scale? No, of course not - at least not in the "developed" world. Will there be a sufficiency of self-sufficient people to
balance out the surviving slaves to the oligarchs? Probably. See, the problem with the culling is that they will kill off their main support base. I
doubt they've accounted for those who (and unbelievably, the number is growing) will be outside the system they intend to set up. Unintended
consequences, and unthinkable results - for them. They, too, are susceptible to the same over confidence they are going to use as a weapon against the
slave class, for they are no less fallibly human than the slaves.
I don't recommend it, it's not what you know or what you think you know that is going to kill you on this planet, it's the things that you don't
Or, if a Cheneyism may be forgiven,it's the things you don't know that you don't know that will kill you. Perceptions, my friend. They can be far more
powerful than the objective reality of the situation. As a matter of fact, perceptions are more powerful than either bombs or bullets, for if you can
foster the proper perception in a man, you can direct him to do you bidding at will, up to and including having him cause his own demise - thus saving
your own bullets (and taking what's left of his) for more important pursuits.
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