I want to thank you all that saw to it to stand by me. I can't tell you how much I appreciate the support.
To those who saw fit to chastise me, (Zion, e-non, P-C, etc...), I want to thank you too, and just as much. I feel as though I've let you guys down,
but please, let me explain:
I forget sometimes that there's that word "moderator" next to my name, sometimes. That word means alot, and there are alot of times I've let
Simon down because I've forgotten. He entrusted me with the task because he thought I had the sense to handle the position, and many times I've not
measured up, and every time it is because of this type of circumstance. I want to apologize to Simon as well, and especially to him. You know what?
I don't even know Simon's political/war-on-terror views. This is his website, and he has kept that to himself. He maintains his focus on this site
and doesn't even engage in this psuedo-political sidetrack. I wish I had his sense.
I have another personality here, one that I should use when engaging in such arguments, but I never take the time to do that. My usual intention is
to come on the site and see if there is anything I need to do as a mod, but I find myself reading and engaging. That is my fault because I use this
place to get my news. The reason is people here are all over the world and it saves me time from having to go to international news sites. In a
nutshell, I've become lazy. But that is all beside the point, Simon entrusted me with the task of being a moderator, and some people here feel that
a moderator should not engage in conversation as others may. I should learn that is expected by enough of my fellow members to use my "alter-ego"
so as to draw a line between me, the human and me the mod.
When someone flames another individual, it is obvious, and that other individual responds accordingly. All can understand that. But how about when
one makes a career out of flaming a nation? When one brings no useful information, when one does nothing but make wild and baseless assertions,
knowing that they are totally beyond defense or even protocol, just what do you call that? When the flames are in a manner that any normal and
rational citizen of the nation under attack feels as if the assaults are baseless and only to provoke and incite, what is that called?
I came here because a colleague told me about this place. Simon had information about x-craft here and, along with other things, I was interested in
that. Ironically enough, this was also a conspiracy site, which was right up my alley. I've been reading and studying up on Tri-Lats, CFR's, and
Illuminati's way before the internet came along; back when people had to actually publish books
to get their information out into public
reach. Many of you may find that amazing, but there were books on these topics before Gates came along to allow any ol' lunatic create a website!
Here is where my conspiratorial world became deisrupted:
Shortly after I found this great site, some jackasses comandeered some planes and altered the lives of every American in just a few short minutes.
Innocent lives were snuffed, and other innocent lives were thrown into the pits of grief and despair. Those of us that weren't directly touched by
the tragedy were enraged on behalf of those who were. Since then, the conspiratorial world hasn't been quite the same. But almost from the outset
there were people who were saying that we were to fault. I'm not talking about on the news, I'm talking here. My dear ATS friends that reside in
NYC and the surrounding area would come to the board and read other peoples' views of how we are at fault because we are arrogant, because we support
Israel, because our economic system works and has spread across the world in the faces of the have-nots, etc., while they hadn't even found out if
maybe any of their friends or family had been killed. This has since pised me off, and I've been on the lookout for stupid, moronic posters that
post out of hatred for the U.S. instead of decent, arguable positions ever since.
Let me clarify a couple points as to who I am.
I am an American. When I say that, I mean that I am an American in that I stand for liberty, justice and the pursuit of happiness. I believe that
everybody should have the right to do whatever they want as long as it is within the boundaries of the ethics of the Divine Creator and does not
interfere with anybody else's rights.
I believe that everybody has the right to make as much of themselves as they can. We are not all born into the same position in life, but it has been
proven time and time again that adversity builds strength and comfort builds weakness, so quit complaining and use your strengths while you have
I believe that every nation has the right to follow their own way, their own beliefs and their own destiny, as long as it doesn't harm others or
violate the sovereignty of other nations.
Now, Having said that, I do believe there is a human conspiracy (apart from my religious beliefs) that are attempting to usurp wealth and power of all
nations and enslave all people. I believe that my nation, as well as otehrs, are controlled and/or coherced by this conspiracy, and I believe that
these people work IAW teh law on occassions and on most occassions in the U.S., work within the law under our noses because of our ignorance of the
actual, constitutional law and the laws of nations. In short, we perish because of lack of knowledge.
There may be many reasaons to be concerned about the war on terror, there may be many things that should alert us all, not only in America but in
other nations as well. The war is a just war, and it is necessary, but it may be used as both a tool and a smokescreen by the "Agenda" to further
its own causes. Some of us could be figuring out this scene, but some of us, I for one, spend too much time responding to simple-mided and uneducated
people whose single message is "America=Evil. Bush=Satan".
These people, who have no other purpose otehr than to say these two things, add nothing to any of the original reasons of this board's creation. And
people like me either wander off in search of a bnoard that hasn't lost direction or spend all their time jousting with morons that have no clue and
aren't worth the time. Yes, Moku, I am calling you a moron, and I do so without shame. But I also call myself a moron for bothering to engage in
conversation with you. Which one is the worse moron? Me, obviously.
Or, maybe I'm the only moron. It might be that Moku isn't a moron, so to speak, but one of them. He and those like him have kept people from
engaging in a true and earnest search for the truth by keeping us at odds with political and national debate and argument. Because of people like
him, I've found myself defending a politician (Bush) instead of critically scrutinizing him. I've been so busy explaining why people like Moku is
wrong, I've probably overlooked wrong-doings by the one who controls the White House.
Moku isn't the moron, he's the enemy, I'm the moron.