posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 06:37 PM
reply to post by Jedimind
Originally posted by Jedimind
I'm hanging out with "the wrong young people" huh? I didn't realize that the thousands of young people I've interacted with in my life from different
areas of the country aren't up to your standards of the ''right young people''. The young people part wasn't even that important in the basic point I
was trying to get across...
Second, I don't know why you bring up hippies and sheeple since that's not what my post was about. My comments were about...well, actually I'm not
going to repeat myself just because you obviously have a huge bias in this area and are possibly one of the 'can you feel it?' types which prevents
you from looking at the issue objectively and understanding some simple statements about the topic.
Really…. I’m the one with a huge bias…?
When you open a post with "I can feel a change in the vibrations maaaan!"
then wrongly attribute these threads to ‘young people who are
disillusioned with the world’ , AND then make some ill thought out inference that these people are‘deluding themselves into thinking that
there is some sort of super natural change taking place that will magically make all the bad things in the world go away.’
I think I am
perfectly entitled to use a bit of sarcasm in my response in order to point out how wrong your assumptions truly are.
Your broad generalisations seem to assume that it is only the younger generations think in terms of energy shifts; and that the type of people who
think in this sort of way are quite happy to sit back and let some invisible global energy take care of the many problems of the world. This in its
self is another falsehood as it is often these sorts of people who are the most vocal about global change.
Whether I am or am not a ‘can you feel it’ type makes me any less able to pull someone up on their inaccurate use of stereotypes. Secondly, if I
was one of these types does not make me look at the issue any less objectively than yourself who is clearly not one of these types.
My mention of sheeple was simply pointing you in the direction of the main contributors of the problems we all see around us today. I completely agree
with you that ‘The people who aren't informed about tyranny and corruption need to get informed’ however the use of broad generalisations such as
those in your above post only contributes to the problems we see around us; and only increases the polarity, separation and fear evident in the world
all around us when we should in fact be coming together to pull the worlds governments up to account.
I can only assume you have this point of view because you mention you ‘used to think this way’ and then have obviously become disillusioned at
some point probably sometime in the not too distant past, which is quite easy to do if you are in fact hanging with the ‘wrong young
Forgive me for maybe being a little too cynical regarding your above post but words such as that and the topic of this thread in general (as my
initial response I guess) do nothing to solve the problems we see around us and merely serve to keep us fighting amongst ourselves over petty issues
when we all have much broader problems to address.
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