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Friday, February 19, 2016

"Divide and conquer is the motto, and mankind has been farmed almost to perfection... almost."


 How many of us can relate to this post?

When people look at the world today, it can sometimes just be downright depressing. There's just no other word for it. And isn't it interesting how rapidly the world has changed and become this way over the last few years? It really has happened quite quickly. One minute we were free and most were looking forward to a bright future, then, somehow we found ourselves in the world of today where our governments are completely out of control, our police have been militarized, Europe is falling apart, and everyone has for the most part, been duped by mainstream propaganda into spending most of their time looking over their shoulder wondering if the guy next to them on the bus is a 'terrorist'. Of course in among these questioning masses are those awakened and newly awakening individuals who know perfectly well who the real terrorists are, namely government, and who can see through the facade of the currently predominant fear campaign. Yet even most awakened people still remain perplexed and frustrated in their efforts to finding any remedy to this situation.

Upon awakening and discovering the world is not what they first thought it to be, a great many people typically begin looking into the workings of the system and are led into a rabbit hole of endless conspiracy theories, some of which are true, most of which are purposefully manufactured noise, and ultimately, they end up in a state of confusion, frustration or worse, with most then becoming lost in their ongoing quest for someone to blame. As if pointing the finger at someone and shouting "You!" is actually going to change anything. But this generally seems to be the way with human nature, we look for someone else to blame for getting us into this mess, and then we demand someone else fix it.


Borrowed from Chief Nose Wetter at ITAINTHOLYWATER

1 comment:

  1. This guy is definitely a socialist. He talks about "perfecting" mankind, how everyone is "equal", etc., etc. Plus the same old crap about how "the corporations" are the problem. Not in favor of capitalism, that's for sure.

    Yes, we aren't voting our way out of this, and yes, the schools are brainwashing our children, and yes, we are made to be afraid by the government in order to make us accept the infringement of most of our rights, but the America he wants to see is probably a whole lot closer to Bernie than to Trump or Cruz.


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