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It's time to live in fear safely.

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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 08:13 PM
Everything and everyone is now dangerous, threatening, and vulnerable.
Yes dangerous and vulnerable.
Everyday common items convertible into killing machines brandished by over or under medicated, fanatic apathetic patriots and radical terrorists alike.
The hyperbole of what if, look see I told you, hyper vigilant trust big brother, has risen to a melding point of acceptance via media presentation, frequency of presented messages, coupled with a sustained unhealthy diet of fear.
It's hopefully hopeless now, we can no longer trust ourselves, everything we feared wouldn't happen is happening and we're helping it happen faster because we're afraid of what will happen next.
We need saved, from ourselves, and others and we don't know who amongst us is dangerous.
We need tracked, watched, more cameras, lots of cameras, and chips, tracking chips, so we know where we are at and who else is near us all of the time. We need monitored, everything monitored, god knows we cant watch ourselves, we may stumble or willingly walk into a situation or a location, anywhere really because no where is safe now, and find ourselves vulnerable and or dangerous.
The rights and privileges have gotten in the way of self education and responsibility, we've somehow added sand into the gears of our protective agencies by clearing the way for them to survey too much with too little for too long creating a deficit of overpopulated under deployed technology.
It's time to embrace compartmental unification of geography, and activity, of all individuals,
because if youre going to live in fear, live in fear safely.

posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 08:20 PM
4 died (3 from the attack and 1 MIT cop) out of a population of 625,000+ in the Boston Bombing. I wonder how many people died in car wrecks or other accidents during this time frame since the massacre???? The bottom line is that the "fear" generated from this act of terror is not rational....the deaths (albeit horrible for them and their families) is not a statistically significant portion of the population. No worries. Keep Calm and Carry On and be watchful of suspicious men in black backpacks but dont lose sleep over it.

posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 08:22 PM
there is nothing to fear except fear itself happy thoughts boom boom


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