posted on Aug, 25 2011 @ 11:09 PM
I get you totally, OP.
It's like - we read all this information and have all these thoughts about issues that most people don't even know or care about. We want to share
what we know and have heard, tell people to learn more about what could be going on in the world, but can't help but think, "What's the point? Does
it even matter if I tell them? What'll really change?"
- Tried talking to someone over dinner about Bilderberg. When I brought up one-world government, she changed the topic.
- Told my aunt about Bernanke's assertion that gold isn't money and how Ron Paul wants the gold standard back. She just laughed.
- Will talk to my mother on occasion about an issue. Sometimes she'll listen, or just dismiss it with an "Oh well, way it goes..." remark.
I'll have a good discussion with someone online/offline, which can be a huge refresher, but it doesn't happen often.
You always hear people saying such things as "It won't change anything, it's all rigged, nothing matters about what people try to do - the same
people win, the same people get/stay in power, the same # will happen." In other words - don't even #ing try to do anything because nothing will
really happen. They're too powerful and have everything already set up, so anything you do won't even make a dent.
You just get that feeling from people - that they're so worn down, frustrated, and tired that there's no point in trying to plant the idea in their
head, because God knows if they'll bother to act on it and find out more.
Like you, I just feel so confused, angry, and frustrated by all this that I almost instinctively shut myself off from other people when I think
they're not "awake". All this information, these thoughts, feelings, and words spinning around in my head, and hardly anyone I know personally to
share them with that I know will listen and talk back.