posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 08:13 PM
Originally posted by bknapple32
Cold is a natural reaction to fear mongering though. There was a point when I bought into it. Then as time passed and predictions were wrong and
generalized I went to taking it with a grain of salt. Now that he's where he's at in 2012 I'm cold to aj and those who push his agenda.
It doesn't particularly seem like you're only reacting to the debate here.
It seems more like you react that way when you're opposed, in other threads as well. Granted, I've only seen a couple of other threads you were
involved in, but still.
You're angry because you let it scare you, then when nothing happened at the end of 2012, you got resentment.
You shouldn't pay attention to whatever flukes may be in HOW he delivers the message, but the message itself. If you get caught up in his emotion, it
has the potential to rile you up, or as you say, "fear monger."
Personally, I don't like the term "fear monger." I believe that fear mongering is one of the many psychological hooks that are used in certain
types of propaganda, but I also believe the term is overused by people who hate Alex, or hate David Icke, or hate Jesse Ventura, etc.
I don't think Alex's emotional rage is intentional fear mongering.
Take him for what he is--a pissed off human being.
Think of someone with a fresh, open mind... then think of that person constantly researching every day how many ways their own government is trying to
kill its citizens.
Thinking about those things really pisses me off too.
I don't blame him for being the way he is, and I'm the same way.