posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 05:36 AM
First of all, let's make the things clear: I don't want to offense anyone - I had to say this because these days people are tending to take a lot of
things personally when it isn't the case.
I don't have a significant contribution on ATS but I'm reading the threads as detailed I can; I am myself pretty deeply into the conspiracy theory
but I can't refrain myself to notice something and here goes what am I talking about.
On a particular case, the one related to the 9/11 attacks, there is a lot of fear that something similar might happen. Now, I am not an American and
my understanding of the phenomenon called US of A is, of course, limited, from both political and social points of view.
However, try to put yourself in the shoes of the bad guys, the ones with dynamite sticks tied around their waists: it is SO obvious, even for the most
retarded bomber wannabe, that the security protocols will be increased on cosmic levels these days in the US, that no one, even a complete idiot,
would think to try something there. If you are willing to kill yourself in a big whoosh, you have to be sure you're taking as many people with you as
you can, not die alone, having your butt spread on a 500 feet radius just for the love of it, right? Of course, I'm referring here to the "serious"
killers, not to the ordinary psychopathic guy who thinks that everyone around is after his balls to sell them to Venusian black-market...
Politically speaking, for Al Qaeda - or other s.o.b. like them - would be a huge mistake to try something on the US soil these days, with 0.5% rate of
Now, as I told you, I'm reading ATS as detailed as I can, so what I noticed on a bigger scale is this: from time to time, there are threads warning
everyone about something very bad which might happen on next days - or weeks, or months, whatever. There are people trying to find connections between
completely unrelated events - something Dan Brown did in his books and personally, I laughed my butt off by reading them.
How, for Pete's sake, are connected events like the NFL opening, Obama's speech, SoCal blackout, a tropical storm and - this is from me - an old
Irish drunkard's fart? I mean, come on, guys... I am into conspiracy theory myself but this looks a bit too much, don't you think?
You want a conspiracy theory? Here goes one.
We are ALREADY deep in the mess TPTB wanted to drag us into:
- we are using their money, according to their financial regulations;
- we are paying them taxes according to their financial laws - most of us, that is;
- we are buying their goods or goods approved by them;
- we are watching their TV propaganda, dissimulated into movies, news, documentaries - most of us;
- we are living in a world already governed by them;
- our sons and daughters are serving in their armies, following their orders;
- we are eating food and drinking beverages produced under their regulations - most of us;
... and the list can go on and on.
The point is, we are living into THEIR world, dancing on THEIR music and, generally speaking, when they say "Jump!", we ask "How high?" even we
like this or not. And, IMHO, that is the real problem, not the fact that Obama waived his hand 6 times in 48 seconds to the people before him.
It's a nice feeling to have that chill on your spine when reading about Elenin, human race extinction, Obama's hypnosis strategy, the perfect
tropical storm and the sensation that you are watched by something when blowing the leafs on your backyard but the tragedy is the worst is already
happening and, being blinded by our own subconscious fears, we are not able to see that. There is so many contradictory information on the market, we
are bombarded with confusion until our mind is going haywire:
"Don't eat this!"
"This is good!"
"No, it isn't!"
"Don't buy this, buy that!"
"Watch your mouth!"
"Think for yourself!"
... and that's the straight line on the heartbeat monitor.
We need to look on and for ourselves NOW, not fear something that MIGHT happen someday.
The things are happening, actually, right now.