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Originally posted by havok
reply to post by daryllyn
Never regret the choices you make, for they make you who are.
I mean that.
But as for the OP, my sentiments exactly.
Your thoughts are in-line with everything that ALL people should know...or think of.
But, in reality, people just don't think the same.
There's far too many distractions taking place these days...
No one can keep focus.
That's the point, my friend...
If people are so distracted by material things, ideas, and lives...
Then how can they notice what is taking place in front of their eyes?
The truth is, people don't want to accept it.
They will fight hard to deny any ignorance.
Just learn to accept the way you were brought into this...
Learn to embrace what you know...and what others don't.
For you have more knowledge than most people around you.
That sets you apart from the pack.
Originally posted by RedParrotHead
The biggest and longest running "conspiracy against human kind" was excluded by the OP. There isn't any magic man in the sky that's going to help anybody.
We should be helping each other.
Originally posted by serendipity59
I have two teenage boys (19 and 16) a couple of years ago myself and their father were having a conversation along the lines of number stations, 9/11, Government cover ups ect.... and the youngest who was about 14 at the time came and sat down and started asking us questions, "what are you talking about?" " What exactly are number stations?" " what does the government do?" those kinda things,
We have never in our lives tried to make our boys believe in anything just because we do and both my husband and myself started to answer his questions in the most objective way possible, explaining that these were just our views, but if he wanted to know more then he should either ask us specific questions or do some research on the internet ect.
He came and sat with us and started to search the internet with my husband for some of the things we had been talking about. I will NEVER forget the look on his face when suddenly the penny dropped, and the dissapointment in his voice when he looked accross at me and said, "But mum, this isn't what they taught me at school" They have been lieing to us. isnt school always meant to tell the truth?
slowly we introduced him to ATS, and he is now an avid reader of this site, going to school telling other kids about it and often printing off information he thinks his peers may find interesting.
In a way I am glad he is opening up his eyes to what is going on around us, but seeing him back on that day when he realised that even some of the people he trusted had been lieing to him will stay with me forever.