posted on Feb, 19 2014 @ 06:01 AM
This is kind of scary, if they have found a way to block what ever they(who ever they are) want then anyone who does not agree with the
controlling agenda will be blocked.
In America that would be the progressive liberal agenda.
Actually, this is a little bit of an exaggeration. They have not simply "found a way". The way was always there. It was well known HOW it would be
done, in theory, if it were to ever happen. Their technique here isn't some kind of magical brainwashing that fools people into not understanding
The problem here is that people just don't care. Everyone with half a brain KNOWS darn well what's happening with this agenda and they just don't
give a damn. Now why people don't care is anybody's best guess. I would guess that most people just have terrible judgment. They're not necessarily
stupid. It's just that people tend not to learn not to do dumb or risky things until they get a personal education in the consequences.
It's like the guy who drinks and drives. He knows it's a terrible idea. He knows WHY it's a terrible idea. But he lacks good judgment so he does
it anyway. He'll probably keep doing it until he either gets into a horrible accident, gets arrested and decides to stop while he's ahead or he
might get lucky and never have to learn. But whatever happens, he will probably have to learn the hard way.
If you look back at all the countries that have had experiences with dictatorships and totalitarianism and censorship and all that fun stuff, you see
that it wasn't like there weren't any clear warning signs. It's not like absolutely no one knew what could happen, what WAS happening or what was
going to happen. It is that the majority of people ignored the warnings. They didn't care. Or perhaps they just had really poor judgment. They
didn't really think the consequences could be very severe.
And possibly, some people even thought what was happening was good. Maybe people who are easily offended are all for censorship regardless of what
motives the censors may have. Maybe they don't think about the motives. Maybe if they do think about the motives they think it's worth it because
they still don't think anything bad will come of it. They think the only people who will be negatively affected by it are people they dislike,
disagree with or are offended by.
And even some of the countries where you'd think people should have learned by now, you can see that they really haven't. Again, it's a matter of
personal experience. If you didn't experience it yourself, "never again" might not be such a high priority for you.