posted on Oct, 13 2013 @ 10:51 AM
reply to post by Biigs
I think its getting better as now everyone is discussing it at all levels of society around the world, and at least 'regulation' is being talked
What is really sad is the 'war on terror' has destroyed privacy and freedom which is what everyone was fighting for in the first place, well it was
until everyone woke up and saw that really it was about the resources of Iraq and Afghan i.e oil,drugs and minerals which adds up to a few billion
with an ongoing annual yield plus the strategic global placements of said countries by a minority of self serving people (not to mention all the
lucrative war profiteers).
This is common knowledge not just something people think in conspiracy forums anymore (your average Jo down the pub knows this now), and it is eroding
the trust between us common folk and our Govs and security services which is not a good thing for any of us in society.
When everyone starts addressing the issue of regulation and oversight in a SERIOUS and 'trust building' way, we might be able to move forward
creating a better society for us all globally.
From where I'm standing it doesn't look like most of us little folk need as much regulation as the folk that use it to their advantages, and that is
sad, but more than that, its grossly irresponsible of them.