Originally posted by AlphaX
If video games or any medium are promoting this kind of behavior in certain people, we should be trying to find those people and fix that problem
rather than trying to just get rid of that medium all together so that no one is then able to enjoy it, because clearly they aren't effecting
everyone this way.
Why is ATS so mainstream?
I would have thought that HERE one could find people who SEE, and who can THINK about these things, instead of immeditely ADOPTING the polarized
stands that TPTB wants them to.
Why are you doing this debate from only two viewpoints: 1) Video games cause violence, ban all video games 2) Video games don't cause violence, all
video games should be loved and embraced
Don't you see that they are doing the same thing again, that they always do, when there's something fishy going on. With HAARP, they created the
debate about 'drilling a hole into the stratosphere' or something weird like that, instead of talking about the mind control abilities.
With Large Hydron Collider, they focus on the 'will there be a black hole or not' debate, instead of talking about what OTHER purposes those
super-expensive hyperpowerful computers might actually be used for (to advance the PTB agenda).
And now they are doing the same thing again - instead of discussing _WHAT_ harmful long-term consequences can constant bombardment of metal music,
depressing sceneries (rusty factories and such that you see in so many games, badly lit, too), horror, bloodshed, gunshots, murder, etc. have on the
human aura and energy system - and in what way can TPTB use video games to lower people's IQ, general wellbeing, vibration frequency, sensitivity to
higher planes (so they would never find out the truth), etc., they are just polarized about "do videogames cause violence or not".
I don't believe this!
This is supposed to be Above Top Secret, and not "Exactly The Same Crap As In Mainstream"!
Of course a video game cannot make a murderer out of a balanced individual. That's not what people should be debating about when it comes to what
video games cause.
Those awful, horror-movies and gory films, with the gunshots, explosions, violence and all, are in effect the same as video games, but the time spent
on video games seems to be a lot longer, so video games are potentially a power powerful factor in 'bringing people down and keeping them there'.
The change is of course gradual, because the human system tries to always repair itself, but in the end, I think it works a lot like opium; you get
addicted to getting your next 'fix', so that instead of letting your body-energy-systems repair you into harmony after all that disruptive noise and
flashes and intense focusing on murdering virtual people, you are starting to use that as your 'healing' - so instead of ever healing, you damage
your aura more and more, until your systems 'adapt' to this new lifestyle, and you become permanently 'a lower being'.
Maybe you don't go around murdering people, but you are also not thinking what the government does, and you are not connecting to any higher planes,
you are not meditating, you are not using your sensitive aura to communicate with nature and plants, you are not perhaps as compassionate towards
others' misfortunes as you might otherwise be, and you become hardened, less human, and more demon. Maybe you curse more than before, maybe you drink
alcohol more often. Perhaps you have taken up smoking, drinking coffee, and other destructive habits just to keep your aura at the level that is
required for you to be 'in tune' with the low vibes of the game(s). So your 'fix' will be more enjoyable.
It's hard for me to imagine a sensitive, higher being - let's say Jesus for clarity - sitting down and starting to blast people's heads away in a
modern computer/video game and laughing how much fun it is.
We are being systematically desensitized, AND horror, pirate-theme, masonic symbols, black clothing, metal music, and other such things are being
NORMALIZED. These soul-tearing video games are just -one- (but a very powerful) way to do it.
It starts with Kirby for the kids, shooting innocent, cute creatures with cannons (why always cannons in so many games?) and then getting 'monster
flame' and burning their forest down, after which he has to kill a TREE, like nature is so evil that we must not care about it, but instead hate it
and destroy it. How diabolic does it have to get before people admit that modern video games are not "normal" (except that this world has become
such, that in THIS world, they seem very 'normal' indeed)?
Does someone always have to get murdered, before we can question certain typical, modern video game elements? Try to find 10 popular, modern games
without any horror/military theme in them, or some similar word in their names, even. Take the 10 most popular games, and you are lucky if you find
ONE. It's systematic, and you are falling for it..