posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 08:34 PM
My family is not into conspiracy at all. They are all busy working and driving kids around to some activity or other. They try hard to remain
positive and to be good parents to their little kids. The only news they listen to is on the car radio, as they have now discontinued cable
television. Perhaps they read news on the net, but I would be willing to bet my left arm that they do not come to ATS.
I tried to tell them about what was happening, how we were being lied to a couple of years ago, but their response was to "tut-tut, you don't want
to be taken as a crazy conspiracy theorist, do you?" It was a hint that I ought to take things really to a more subtle level, but when I did they
just ignored anything I had to say.
I knew for sure I was being monitored, that my ISP first connected to the NSA before letting me get onto the net for instance, but my kids just
brushed it off by saying 'they' were just probably doing their job. Arggghhh! How did I raise such complacent individuals? Or are they not
feeling secure enough at the moment to contemplate that someone has been selling us all out?
Well, thanks to Snowden, I can now point them to ATS. He at least has proven that I was not a paranoid fruitcake. Well ok, a little bit paranoid,
--we all have to be-- but not a fruitcake.
Sure wish I had one of those ATS t-shirts or hats to wear the next time I see them. That picture would be worth it.
In the meantime, I have to say a profound Thank You to Snowden. Maybe his disclosure will be the beginning of turning this sick agenda around. For
now, I intend to step out of the CT closet and send people to ATS. Grab whatever freedom we have left.