posted on Oct, 22 2013 @ 05:59 PM
My thanks for reminding this weary and bleary-eyed student of the entire point of the exercise....
Although I agree with your premiss, what I don't agree with, is you can believe one side or the other. ....
You may very well be correct, I am always expecting an alternative explanation for things. I suspect that constantly barraging myself with matters
such as this is similar to the very thing you mention further on...
"In the field of PSYOP ... consequences ... you become numb. That's the real, the serious danger, because the thing that is divine in the human
soul is the ability to apprehend, and to desire, and to affirm, the Good. If we lose this, we are nothing."
... (Pardon the emphasis.) It is a valuable sentiment to bear in mind!
I continue to be surprised at the genius of it all. They can do whatever they want, paint it in whatever stroke they chose and in the end we (as a
collective) buy it. In fact, not only that but you have Shills who will profess the innocence of an obviously guilty government. Worse yet, many
others will fall for it.
There certainly is genius at work. And as a tool for change, nothing approaches the effectiveness of the savant. A government is simply a collection
of people, as is any institution of mankind. When it's own continuity becomes more important than the citizens it serves... that's
questions get uncomfortable.