posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 02:45 PM
I understand that we all fall under the same umbrella, but I feel like Alex Jones represents the group no more than 'we' represent him.
Seems like the crazy lone nut holds a lot more weight than a conspiracy theorist; how threatening can someone be with a tinfoil hat? Now if its a lone
nut conspiracy theorist terrorist, now you're delving in to uncharted water, but hell, they're going to have to create new boogeymen as they've
seemingly run dry.
Not to mention George Bush's speech, ''will not tolerate outlandish conspiracyy theoriiests,'' he kind of made us sound like the drunken uncle
at the party, or maybe he was drunk when he said it - we weren't condemned enough to establish a strong threatening force in the minds of the public;
being that we're not really a threat to anyone, and our information isn't much help either so long as people remain willfully ignorant.
I think after 9/11, ''conspiracy theorists,'' gained a lot of credibility seeing as we were the only one with our heads screwed on enough to
examine the situation for truth, which the rest of the world has now picked up on, or avoided all together, which I'm assuming is part of the plan to
destroy our rational thinking and to accept tom foolery.
I have a question though, to everyone saying that Alex Jones ruined it for us. Michael Tsarion said, ''it might be a crime to attempt to wake
someone out of ignorance, perhaps this is there cosmic lot'' That being said, we keep doing our job by sharing information and creating a database
by which people can enlighten themselves should they choose, but did Alex Jones scare the PTB in some manner? Just a thought.
How often do these dinosaurs get screamed at?
How often do they get screamed at by concerned gun owners stating that a war will pop off should you try to take our guns? Perhaps his anger caused
confusion in their ranks? 48 laws of power anyone?