posted on May, 9 2012 @ 08:44 AM
It's just a card game.
A really fun, well made card game.
If you ever have the chance to play it, do so, it's a really enjoyable experience.
But it's just that. A game where you are a secret organization with a huge amount of power and all of the world's resources to use according to your
schemes in order to control everything. Steve Jackson is a well versed man, but I guess most ATSers would have done a similar job thinking of
different groups that could be used to your advantage in the game. Of course there are false-flag operations, psyops, natural catastrophes, aliens and
so on, but again, these are not unknown to anyone interested in the agenda of TPTB.
When someone mentions this game it's always about it's predictions. I'll grant you that the twin towers exploding is a freaky illustration for
terrorist nuke, but almost half of the cards (those which are not actions or that belong to a group other than Secret, Government or Fanatic, such as
Weird) are just for the lulz. No one will ever think TPTB will use "Conspiracy theorists" and "Comic book enthusiasts" to create a giant
"Radioactive monster", but it's a possible scheme to set in motion during a game. So is making a false flag attack, gathering resources with fast
food chains and using MSM and vaccines to turn people into mindless zombies.
Concerning the card Nuclear Accident. It's an instant action with which you can destroy any area. Causing a "nuclear accident" to destroy an area
doesn't seem that stretched considering what this brilliant game is all about.