Wednesday, July 04, 2007
I WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN - BY WHOM ?
1. By 'master puppeteers' who are 'pulling the strings' of money, power and people - and operate at a level of power beyond that of any superpower and/or national government.
2. By those who think the unthinkable - thus forcing us to do the same (eg by sponsoring 'Full Spectrum Dominance' and 'Pre-Emptive Nuclear Strikes'.
3. By those who control by controlling our money and our power (eg National Debt and Interest Rates)
4. By those who are the architects of the myth 'Private Is Good. Public Is Bad' - and therefore seek to destroy Public Services, such as the National Health Service.
5. By those who are war-mongers and war-makers - the real "terrorists" who sponsor "terrorism" globally.
6. By those who seek and maintain power and control - by any means necessary.
7. By those who are the greatest threat to humanity - and of which humanity is pitifully unaware.
How easily people can be led and manipulated through the control of information - and truth : http://yama.blogsome.com/2007/07/04/four-legs-good-two-legs-bad/
'They' control our media, our government and our security and intelligence services - 'the 'hidden hands' behind these public-private institutions.
Who are 'they' ?
Well, you don't have to be a 'conspiracy theorist' to find out - that's for sure - you just need to be someone who tries to think clearly for themselves...and not allow others to do that thinking. Understanding more about the nature of power might also help.
'They', in my view, are very powerful cabal of people who operate a simple system in a complex way - a 'Matrix of Power' - which is understood by the 'architects & engineers' of that system.
That 'Matrix' system - and the people who control it - can be seen by us only fleetingly and in rare flashes of insight (eg depending if you choose to take 'red' pill !). Most people are unaware they are part of the system - and thus keep the system running as 'puppet slaves'
One book which I would recommend is "Escaping The Matrix" by Richard Moore (The Cyberjournal Project - 2005/6).
But I understand obtaining this might be difficult for some - so let's just think for ourselves together - and listen to the French philosopher, Rene Descartes :
"If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things"
"Things", it appears, are not what seem.