reply to post by MysticPearl
VreemdeVlieendeVoorwep's reply says it all.
Many of the newer members are young know it alls, they have it all figured out, think they are way smarter and not willing to discuss or learn new
things...........they are too busy downgrading and trolling other people with their immature and witty little remarks.
A proud heart and closed mind gathers no knowledge.
Also, while I embrace and am computer sauvy - I still read. Could read at a third grade level my first day of first grade. Have averaged thousands
upon thousands of books - I don't watch TV very much, I would say that I read books and scour the internet for information.
Many (not all but a huge enough number) of youngsters yak endlessly on their cells (or text), watch TV, play with their Xboxes or ipods and don't
read, don't do the research.............heavy research.
Now, along with life experiences (which is a real teacher) many younger readers come off as arrogant and too proud, too opinionated to really lend
themself to serious discovery of what lies beyond.
Example, all the bashers about UFO's...................Even our mainstream scientists now say there are multiple (unknown) dimensions, multiverses and
parallel universes that possibly and probably harbor intellegent life but because "you don't have a picture or can't see them........they don't
Well got news for you............in our own 3d natural Earth World, eagles can see way better than a human, a bear and shark can smell 1,000,000
better than a human and snakes can sense vibrations..........as well as a shark can feel your heart beating a mile away.
That's just in our own world.
You breathe in air yet you can't see it.
Personally, I've been seriously researching for over 38 years and some of the garbage newer people are posting is clearly still back at a medieval
mindset and that goes for not only Muslims but the Fundamental Christians as well.
Than you have your party prejudice voters, people who vote just like mommy and daddy without watching the Senate and Congressional Channel or keeping
track of how their state reps are voting.
Also you now since the Reagan era have Conservatives without Conscience (See the book so named by John W. Dean.
Bottom line..................how many of you that argue day in and day out with my posts actually are well read and reseach?
Most newer ATS members in my observation are service to self (which the Reagan era promoted), arrogant and not well read.
It's like trying to explain algebra to a sheep.
Again, most young people simply don't find curling up in a corner reading something significant interesting...........they watch dancing with the
stars, reality shows, read twilight or harry potter, vampires and zombies (for god sake, I had morgue duty for a year..........once you're dead - your
And many younger people for whatever reason have closed themselves off to the possibilities of what is not only out there but within us......our true
We need more people that are willing to think outside the box, be kinder and less attacking and open minded.
I'de also like to see a book review / discussion section.
I've just bought a phenomenal book (pricey had to really budget it in at $40.00) but it's quite a read, called, "The Resonant Factor" by Dennis
Whiteman. This one may take me a while to get through.
Also, I suggest to our young readers out there,
"The Gods of Eden" by William Bramley,
"The Book of The Damned' by Charles Fort,
"Political Ponerology" by Andrew M. Lobaczewski
"The End of America" and "Give Me Liberty" by Naomi Wolf
"UFOs I & II" both by Richard m. Dolan *(for you skeptics out there)
"Hostile Take Over" by David Sirota
"Corporatism" by Jeffrey Grupp
"The Best Democracy Money Can Buy" by Greg Palast
"Conservatives Without Conscience" by John W. Dean
"Screwed: The Undeclared War Against the Middle Class - And What We Can Do about It" by Thom Hartmann
"Free Lunch: How the Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves at Government Expense (and StickYou with the Bill)" by David Clay Johnson
"Perfectly Legal: The Covert Campaign to Rig Our Tax System to Benefit the Super Rich--and Cheat Everybody Else" by David Clay Johnson
Any book by Jim Marrs
For starters....................many people that post on ATS are drinking down that corporate koolaid and not doing the heavy duty
research................the younger ones are not well read.
Yes they may have fancy college degrees but that is parrot learning.........you get a A when you are able to recite back exactly what the system wants
you to and not think for yourself.
We're never going to figure our way out of this box if our younger ones refuse to take the torch.
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