posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 05:04 PM
Just to add something to the discussion, I have always tried to maintain a certain level of
awareness of what's going on behind the scenes. Some people have call me a conspiracy
theorist, but I call it having an open-mind to the reality of the human condition.
For instance, the day after 9/11 I was on the net saying, be careful, this may not be what it seems,
and I was shouted down like I was a liberal commie bastard.
Long story short, I've always taught my children to respect authority, but keep a wary eye
and not be too trusting--cops, judges, politicians, and priests all abuse their power to some degree.
Anyway after years of talking about conspiracy theories with them, false-flag events, cover-ups in
government, etc., just trying to make them aware of "the wizard behind the curtain," (all to no avail)
they are now coming up to me and spouting off conspiracy theories in excited tones, and asking
me if I know anything about JFK, or the Federal Reserve, etc. etc....
My point is, my kids (all in their twenties) are beginning to open their eyes--not at my behest or
coercion, but by the influence of their peers. One of my son's friends has gone so far as to secure
a bug-out house, complete with water well and solar power. The other recently bought
bulk rice and pinto beans...and they both act like they are informing ME when subjects like these
are brought up.
It's funny, but I'm happy about it. I really do think that awareness is growing with this new internet
generation. The MSM propaganda machine of talking heads and newspapers is going the way of
the dinosaur, and the "information game" is full of new entrepreneurs with blogs and youtube
accounts....and good riddance to old school---the WSJ, ABC, NBC, and Time inc. ALL have had a
hand in the building of the growing power structure we see around us; the military industrial complex,
the corporate oligarchy, and the immense federal government of the United Surveillance of America...
I say go you internet kids....here's the torch....run with it