reply to post by Bodhi7
I agree about the boasting part, because I see it here a lot as well... but the idea of changing the world is a very complex, variable idea, and the
center of the conspiracies, the true ones, is us, the citizens. Most of them rely on us doing nothing, saying nothing, and hopefully, on their watch,
knowing nothing. I often shake my head when I see or hear people bitching and crying about how terrible their life is (I grew up with a family like
that, went to school with people like that, and most of my friends are like that. It gets EXTREMELY old, and makes me want to smack the sh** outta
them). But, those who boast about how terrible their life is and still whine and cry about their life are not awake. They aren't at all. They aren't
the same as those of us who hold the potential to change parts of the world. They think they're awake because they visit various conspiracy websites
like ATS, and post threads about new ideas, a good deal of them with fear mongering, attention-seeking intent. They are the comatose breed of
conspiracy theorists, who seem to think the world of conspiracies is an online hobby, rather than a legitimate threat to real life, and alternatively,
they believe the world of conspiracies and the world of every day life are not linked at all, that they're two different worlds. They. Are. Still.
I have had three near death experiences, plus I listen to Alex Jones, make frequent visits to ATS, and do everything in my power to educate and prep
myself and my friends and family (which is damn near impossible, the kind of people I'm surrounded by). Yes, you can call that boasting if you want,
but I find myself to be pretty awakened, not because of websites and threads, because of an appreciation for life I gained through a couple scary
events, which, sadly, most people can't gain without a traumatic event or something of the like, and that's what makes me real, because God wanted me
to awaken and stop hating my life. I used to have a very emo personality, now I'm the opposite. That's why people with emo dispositions annoy me to no
True, no one person can save the world, but The Lord can. People, on the other hand, require not one godly figurehead, a person playing God, like the
illusion of a president, but numbers, like what a democracy is supposed to be. A group of awakened. That's all it takes to change the world, is waking
up, coming together, and finding our minds and hearts.
Because, we, the people, are the world.
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