hoi.polloi » November 12th, 2016, 9:03 pm wrote:SacredCowSlayer wrote:I would have a difficult time arguing against that statement.
I think our crowd tends to suffer confirmation bias. We are quite few as evidenced by our own discussions with everyone we know who shows interest.
They can't avoid their program accidentally awakening people. They have to contend with it.
By adding some deliberate, perhaps calculated stupidity, they can steer it back to control more easily. Alex Jones is evidence enough of exactly such a scheme.
So, unfortunately, I don't see the sloppiness as some kind of benevolent information. More of a contingency they can't avoid. In my opinion, it is a mistake to assume such deceitful people are inherently our allies because they do little about goofs that are mostly successful at fooling the majority anyway. [bold added by SCS]
Call it "recruiting from the crowd" or whatever you'd like to believe, if you want. At best, I suppose, it could be a bon-bon and wink offered to the knowing in the crowd, but it's still a very creepy stranger with very suspicious candy who wants to hush us up and prevent all healthy heckling.
Farcevalue » November 14th, 2016, 7:43 am wrote:Aside from the real consequences of resources being continually diverted toward the enterprise of destruction as opposed to creation and the sheer physical toll that takes on the quality and sustainability of life, there is a metaphysical toll, as well, that I find deeply saddening. Many people will live from cradle to grave following the prescribed paths of those that have created an artificial reality for them and by failing to recognize it will forego any opportunity for authenticity in their experience. Equally saddening is the connective divide that exists between who live outside the artificial reality and those (especially the ones we know and love) who remain within it.
brianv » November 14th, 2016, 11:16 pm wrote:Who knocked down the towers?
Keltbray, Mc Gee, CDI, American Demolition Corporation, Fred Dibnah!! Take your pick.
Anders » November 21st, 2016, 6:17 pm wrote:The biggest problem for the Trump administration to expose 9/11 is the legal system. Dealing with a bombardment of lawsuits from the public, companies and organizations will have catastrophic consequences for the whole society.
Flabbergasted » November 22nd, 2016, 12:02 am wrote:Anders » November 21st, 2016, 6:17 pm wrote:The biggest problem for the Trump administration to expose 9/11 is the legal system. Dealing with a bombardment of lawsuits from the public, companies and organizations will have catastrophic consequences for the whole society.
What public? What companies? What organizations? Are you aware of how many lawsuits have been filed so far?
bostonterrierowner » November 19th, 2016, 5:13 pm wrote:They are mocking the fuck out of us. "Elections" my ass
Anders wrote:The government can just keep covering up 9/11. If they officially admit that they have been making false statements then all citizens and greedy companies (including the whole media industry) can sue the government.
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