posted on Aug, 11 2014 @ 07:36 AM
a reply to: sarra1833
To correct a problem, one must first understand the problem. What caused it? How do you prevent it? Most importantly, how do you see these problems
before they are problems.
Think of all the disasters that could have been prevented if people had been paying closer attention before it was too late. What if the American
people had really examined the Gulf of Tonkin incident before
the Vietnam War? How many lives and how much money would we have saved? Would
Nixon still have been "forced" to take the US off the Gold Standard? Would the "Great Recession" and gas shortage of the '70s still occur?
Some people had to know about 9-11 before it happened. You had people making a bundle on the Stock Market and you had the dancing Israelis there to
film it. If we had looked closer at these incidents would we still have invaded Iraq and Afghanistan? Could more lives and money have been saved?
Many people saw the financial collapse of 2008 coming, but they were just labeled crazy conspiracy theorists.
Yeah, there are all kinds of problems in the world today. But these things don't just "happen." They were planned. Other disasters are in the
works, and the signs are there.
There isn't much the American people can do about Israel and Gaza right now, but maybe that wouldn't be the case if the American people started
wondering long ago if having people with dual citizenship in our government was a good idea.
Ukraine is in a tough spot. Maybe they wouldn't be if they hadn't given up their nuclear weapons.
One important thing that separates humans from animals is our ability to as, "What if?" Even if a given conspiracy theory is total BS, at least it
should make you think. It takes no mental effort just to look at a theory and say, "That must be a hoax. It can't be real."