Ever since 9/11 this principle has ruled our world. It's the idea of imagining the worst possibility for a given scenario, event, what have you and
preparing for it as best you can, or taking action against it even when you aren't sure. Better safe than sorry!
It's transformed the western world, a world of nihilism and self-indulgence now fears everything, any idea, any religion, any notion can be a massive
threat to the present. It's the whole reasoning for pushing the global warming agenda so much. It's to make you believe that we should be acting right
now, even though we have no idea what global warming really leads too, and it's all shrouded in speculation.
I don't want to say that global warming isn't real - I think that it is real, but the notion that the planet is #ed because of it's getting warmer is
straight up retarded. Just like the notion that the al-qaeda was a deadly organization with sleeper-cells ready to activate in 60 countries around the
world. It's all merely fantasy, that spawned from neo-conservatism. Who want(ed) to realign American values to purity and morality; either by aligning
us with a higher power or getting us to feel like we are in a battle of good vs evil (us vs them).
I don't want to talk about the specifics of Al-qaeda or 9/11 too much; but I will say that anti-American jihadists did commit 9/11; however it was the
actions of a few, funded by Usama Bin Laden that lead to the whole ordeal that shapes our lives today; the fear that was generated by all the
absurdity in the news. It made us feel like we needed to be protected, that we needed to be coddled and sheltered from harsh forces that may even be
among us at this very moment.
This fear seems to shape individuals; they seem to have become very paranoid about people who disagree with them. The truth is that there is no truth,
you create truth and share it with others, then the others have the choice to disregard it or put stock in it. Either way it is only true to those who
believe it. The rest of the world will be as oblivious as ever to your truth. So now I want to talk about gun control; as it's a big topic at the
moment in America; as the politicians keep trying to remind you to be fearful of your fellow man, everyone throwing the blame at everyone and
everything; but who really stands to profit from gun control?
In the minds of the politicians it is you - it is the precautionary principle at work. How do you stop seemingly normal law abiding citizens from
going on killing sprees? You disarm them. However the imagination of politics is very boxed in; they tend to find something that is currently working
favorably and ride it to into the ground. So you're seeing the turning point - where Americans are starting to realize they have to take
responsibility for themselves and make choices instead of relying on politicians to protect them. Why is this happening all of a sudden? Is it the
fear turning to anger or rage?
Is it the neo-conservative right-wing silently pulling strings on the internet - guiding us towards supposed morality by turning the old good vs evil
paradigm directly against its own government? Or do people truly care about their inanimate personality void guns so much? I want to believe it's to
protect yourself from supposed tyranny, but America has had tyrannical government for quite a while now. Is it only when you are backed into an
absolute corner that you will fight back?
If that were the case I can't imagine all this controversy from proposed plans to remove guns, which has been denied in a lot of states - instead all
of a sudden there's talk of revolution. But there seems to be no ideas driving this revolution. So I ask you, good Americans, what is your plan? Do
you know? Do you have any idea what you're doing, or even what you would do? In this age of the selfish self I find it truly hard to believe that
compassion stems from the ability to pull a trigger to shape reality - a gun does not make you a protector. A plan, an idea, a vision, technology
shape reality. Guns just enable severe violence. As an outsider it looks like the sheep are being pulled by strings; it looks like they don't know why
they need guns, except because they can enable the ability to do good.
Which is true. However, that is the polices job today. Even though the police are useless; I just don't see the supposed militia being any better -
what makes you the decider of who lives and dies, who is served your brnad of justice and who is spared? Defending your rights is all good and well,
but I have started to wonder about the driving motives behind all of this. Particularly the illuminati side - it all seems to be a guide back into the
neo-conservatism paradigm; the belief in a higher power, and the belief that there is evil. The "illuminati" seem to be ramping up the symbolism -
what does the symbolism even mean?
In Ke$ha die young video it seems to be closely related to anti-jesus no matter what way you want to perceive it. The upside down crosses, tarot,
pentagrams. It all seems like a cruel joke. Is it really the elite communicating like some believe? Or is it just part of a propaganda system we don't
quite understand the purpose of? My speculation is the whole thing is being churned out particularly intensively at the moment in an attempt to spawn
a larger counter-culture; more Christianity, a return to our morality.
So do gun supporters see themselves as moral and good? I believe your answer lies in that precedent.
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