posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 08:53 PM
Originally posted by nekomata111
I think you under mind a lot of substantiated research that certainly shows a guiding hand in many instances of our lives. The fact the you are so
gung-ho about squashing any skepticism towards the ruling class in our country, makes me uncertain of your intent.
However in regards to your argument, You state that they don't want our money, our time, or us. So you addressed why they don't want our money, and
that was it, the rest was a vague esoteric description of confusion.
So you say they don't want our money because they have all of it. What if they don't want the money because they need it, but they want it to keep
us at the bottom of the totem poll.
You say they don't want our time, and provide no reason as to why. What if they want our time to be spent on other things than focusing on what they
are doing. If a bunch of people stopped running to and fro all the time because they have to keep their life in check; and started wandering, taking
days off to explore, to travel... well God forbid they might see how the ruling class lives day to day. Or more importantly they are scared that with
enough time on our hands we could construct ways to deteriorate the system of control.
You say they don't want us, and provide no reason as to why. You mentioned War, who fights in these wars? Don't they need people to fight these
wars? Certainly they aren't going to risk their lives. Could they take our money and our time away to create desperate situations (that maybe
illusions, but all the same are still present in the minds of the masses, not just conspiracy theorists), and from these desperate situations come the
droves of teenagers and young men and women who risk their lives, simply for a paycheck and a promise of a better tomorrow, they care not who they are
The illusions you say that are ever changing, while a neat principle and one I agree with, they are still there long enough to make an impact on many.
See I'm not creating an illusion, I'm asking, "What if?" Is it possible? the fact that the resounding answer among many people is yes shows that
it has become reality, intentional or not.
On the ironic side of the table, I have to ask. If this is all just an illusion we've created, why is it so dramatically affecting our lives.
I agree though, some of this is an illusion we've created, but it's only in an attempt to explain the unaccountable. The problems we face did not
just arise our sheer chance. If we can put a man on the moon, traverse the globe in a single flight, station people at the bottom of the earth in the
harshest conditions sustainably, how is it that we can't fix these relatively simple problems? This is what we try to explain. The fact that it is
"unfindable" does leave a lot of room for unfounded theories. However when you have masses of people trying explain something, and they all come up
with similar conclusions, you begin to find truth. I'm mean the world is simple after all.
So lets not get bogged down with the intangible, and lets not berate the hermits of cyberspace for sharing their views. Leave room for debate, and
don't destroy a theory with opinion.
Finally, I understand your idea of everything is there, but nothing is real. Up is down, and good cannot exist without evil. I think you are looking
too far into that. Trying to find truth behind metaphysics, but these things are not the answer, they are the passive traits of the universe.
p.s. It was difficult to intelligently dissect your argument, so in turn my argument is a spread apart. I feel that you should readdress your point of
view and contract a more discernable thesis and more convincing points.