posted on May, 7 2003 @ 11:35 PM
It will be slow and insidious, like they have been doing over the past 100 years. They dont do anything drastically. It started in world war 1, and
slowly, as to not attract attanetion they slip little thing after little thing right past us, as to not draw attention. They put the idea past us
first, dressing it in catchwords that certainly no one will object to, like Lo Jack in your car so they can track it if it gets stolen, cashless
currency ( law obiding people wont object, jsut think, no more losing money, its all eletronic, plus, with all eletronic currency, we can track
drugdealers and terrorists better, and only people who support such things would object, ebcause LAW ABIDING people have nothing to hide). They first
brush the idea by the public, touting it as a way for safety and security, and such. Like, implanting micro chips, what a great idea! We can track
abducted kids, or lost persons and bring them back home safely! How could anyone object to that! Then a few people will say, yes, great idea, it will
start volontarily, then, after enough people do it, they will say, well, since the majority is now doing it, its now time to make it uniformly
required by law, and make everyone so that we shall have uniformity! During this time, they lessen peoples aprehensions, like schooling, children will
be indoctrinated to accept it as ok, normal, and good, inevitable, makes the world better. The indoctrination will not stop.
Thats how they shall work it: slow erosion of healthy peoples instincts into a dumbing down and trust, then slip it in and the public will wlecome
with open arms. How many things they disguise under the flag of benevolence, security, progress, ect, that really are simply leading to greater
Id give it about maybe20 years, another generation, before it becomes total.