posted on May, 2 2013 @ 10:56 AM
This is a great example of how even those who are not corrupt can be sucked in. Those who would actually tell the truth are not able to without severe
consequences, especially if they don't want to run the risk of "committing suicide." Nothing good would come from them telling the truth, at least
not for them and their families. It would be good for the people to know though, but I imagine such a position is quite difficult. The main point I
want to make is this, and it is very important:
For corruption, conspiracies, etc. you do not need all that many people involved. Why? Because of what we see here. Those who know or find out to
much, those who are in a position to expose the conspiracy, can easily be dealt with. The tactics used against them will continue to escalate until
the witness is broken into not revealing what they know. And if it is apparent to those involved that the person cannot be threatened or bought, they
will have that person eliminated. It may sound far-fetched to some, but it has happened in the past, and it has happened recently as well. Of course,
even though there are signs pointing to this occurring at times, it cannot be proven.
But some need to wake up. There have been "suicides" following all major conspiracies in the US since the Kennedy assassination. It just goes beyond
coincidence. It is obvious that the picture I am painting here of government corruption is accurate. That should scare people, but it should also make
them angry. YOUR government cares so much about you that it would not think twice to ruin or eliminate you if you wished to stand up for your
Constitutional rights and liberties, or tell the truth.