posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 08:07 AM
I have this little theory in my mind lately, and since I can't stop thinking about it I am going to share it go get more opinions.
A lot of people "fight the NWO", e.g. they try to expose it, understand it, and some even try to inform other people about the "evil" NWO. From
deadly vaccines, 9/11, wars, geopolitical events, fake uprising, etc. - the NWO is always the first to blame.
Let's assume we really are part of a worldwide plan - a worldwide plan that goes on, without any major interruption for the past decades. So let's
imagine how many people are in one relation or another informed about what's going on. 2% of the world population? 10%? Whatever the percentage is, I
am sure it is higher than the percentage of the people pulling the strings - I am sure everyone will agree on that one.
Yet all we do is fighting that enemy with information, and here and there some protests that get crushed by the police. We loose almost every fight.
Exposing the truth isn't winning. Winning a battle means to provoke a change, e.g. hurting our enemy.
So how many times did we really hurt him? We know so much about our enemy, yet we still try to figure out a way to win at least one major battle - not
even the war.
The reason is simple - We are predictable. Everyone reading ATS and other alternative news outlets should be proud. I am proud to be one of the few
people that know's whats going on. Yet I am still predictable. In terms of "risk-assessment", the only thing you, me, they can do is spread
information. "Information is everything" might some say, but it's not. No matter how many people "know what's going on", that knowledge alone
will never stop them.
We are predictable. This is our main weakness. And this is something we have to work on, if we want to start "winning". People who are unpredictable
simply get killed, overthrown (governments), or they switch sides.
My question is simple - when are we going to start being unpredictable, including unpredictable actions in any form? The NWO is "surprising"
us almost every week with events that "we knew would happen" - yet we respond how "they knew we will". We will never win continuing like this.
Isn't it time to explore different strategies than just talking and eventually protesting?