reply to post by corsair00
I would say the latter is closer to being correct. I try to get people to understand that they have so much more to fear from the media than they do
any kind of shadow government agency.
Also, to try to get people to understand the basics of investigation, research and to understand when they are being played like a fiddle.
An image of this from a fiction story. A kid is getting ready to go on a shooting spree, he gathers all his ammo and heads down the embankment to
start pooping at cars on the freeway, he stops to ponder his situation.
A clever investigator has blown his cover. I'll paraphrase:
"The letter, the godamn fucing letter. Detective Dickhead spread that out like a warm bucket of owlsh!t and invited me to dance. Not only did I dance
in it, I fell on my ass and thanked him for the opportunity to throw everything down the drain.
He ponders more:
How could I have been so stupid not to see the trap he was setting?
How could I have been so ignorant to walk right into his trap?
And why oh why did I underestimate this guy?
That is quiescently the message. Recognize when your being fooled, led into a trap and most important-never-never underestimate anyone-in this day an
age-anyone could set you up.
This is the message to get across to persons who use only google to do so called research-especially 9/11 truthers-is that yes, they are spreading out
a bucket of warm owlsh!t for you to dance in-and get trapped in-just like the kid in the story. It really matters none what topic you are getting
information from google searches to learn from. Just like when you train people to avoid bad situations by stop-look-listen after you park your car in
an unfamiliar spot. Same thing-stop to look at what your search has brought up- Who wrote this ?, who is presenting it to me ?, what media outlet is
hosting this information? That is the easily the best way to avoid being taken for a ride. Is the government involved in these free rides-yes, of
course they are, again, especially 9/11 truthers, however it the media that has the most to gain.
They want to know everything about you. They know they can trick most people who are not watching what they are doing by slight of hand. You search
for operation Octopus and get several web pages to choose from. One of the pages has a Victoria's Secret add of a beautiful young woman barely
clad-out of nonresistance habit you click on it-they got you. You are now a member-like it or not-of their data pool that is grouped and sold to
marketeers. You figure that is OK-they know I can be distracted by a pretty young woman-so what? most guys are like that.
This is the point I'm trying to get across-it's much deeper than that. Now everything from your IP address to your vehicle registration, your shopping
habits, your debt and anything else is fair game. Yes, the government has an incredible super structure to spy on people, everyday people but it is
the media that reaps the rewards of the obvious unconstitutional intrusion.
Have you ever wondered why the National media never focuses on this intrusion? You would think this would be big news-big brother is watching and all
that-yet it stays buried because they all (the National and Network media) are involved in using the governments
personal microscope to learn things about you.
That is the message.
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