posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 05:46 PM
reply to post by jude11
I love how this guy explains people using the 'Fear-Monger' label as an easy way out of a real debate about an issue of which you have no knowledge.
A while ago my girlfriends little brother proposed a new career in a company that sold licenses and then products through normal/personal networking
while providing residuals if they recruited other people to work for the company. Otherwise known as mid-level marketing, or from a realistic point of
view, a pyramid scheme. Done in a way that is legal of course...
There were 5 different companies that were mentioned over a period of time while he contemplated working for each one. Each one, I told him, was a
pointless endeavour. It didn't matter the industry, or what I knew about it, I was quite familiar with these schemes. And it did not fit his
objectives, nor would it provide for him adequately, the truth was that he needed traditional employment.
Because of his wish to work flexible hours he overlooked most employment opportunities hoping that one would pan out.
Do we need to know everything about a "theory" to catch that it is fear mongering
Just as we know when our government tells us something without adequate evidence to back it up that it is the same thing. During the build up of the
Iraq war I could see public opinion being swayed by fear. There wasn't even adequate information out at the time to look at the situation
objectively. Which pushed me further towards the conclusion that it was fear mongering.
The CT crowd shouldn't be held to the same standard? Hmmm....