It dawned on me, after reading 2 weird threads on ATS and a friend's post on facebook; that MAYBE society is being taught a different set of rules; a
new way of thinking.
This was the first thread that really got me thinking. Well, more so the responses to the thread that had me SMH.
And here's the second:
What the heck is this "chemweb" draping an entire field?
Here's my friend's facebook post.
In an era where every kid gets a trophy, intentions matter as much as outcomes, and financial achievement
is often scorned, it begs a philosophical question: is there no longer a "bar"?
Now, i've been on-line for a very long time; mainly just wasting time, but September 11th was my wake up call. That was when i realized, something
wasn't right. So, i spent time studying. And i studied. Then, i studied some more. And i'm still studying; and learning things i've never seen
before. I'm hearing things i've never heard before. Information that should have already passed by my monitor; but for some reason, i must have
"missed it". Highly unlikely, but anyway....
As of late, there seems to be a lot of WTF moments, going on. Almost like a whole new learning system being taught, to a younger generation.
Chemtrails being one subject; removing God from our lives, is another (not the topics for this discussion)
Libraries are ancient history. Now-a-days, people learn "on-line". Not sure if that can be a trusted source of "knowledge", with so much
deception in our world. And, as easy as it is to change information, at the click of a button; teaching has never been easier; nor has "learning".
What better way to teach a WORLD, the way you want the world to be taught? If you want a child to be "weak", you teach them how to tattle-tale,
when someone bullies you; instead of teaching them how to fight back. If you want that child to grow up, looking at women as nothing more than sex
objects; unable to commit; you bombard that young boy with images of sexy women.
Moral of the story is: don't be foolish enough to believe the crap you see, on-line. Do your own research, until you convince yourself of the
truth. Don't listen to Joe Schmoe, that you've never seen before. And don't trust sites that claim to be "trusted" sources. Nothing should be
trusted on the world wide WEB
, called: the internet. If you're a parent, teach your child
that life is a jungle; not an amusement park! Get them out of denial, as fast as you can; for their own sake.
Beware of the Spiders