If we are just more people in the growing number who have uncovered all the incredible fakery involved in the reports of
- events and propaganda of World War II
- major assassinations of the 60's
- major disasters of the past few centuries
- Earth science and "space travel" (e.g.; gravity, "space", and so on)
- the supposed possibilities of nuclear discoveries (i.e.; "h-bombs", "a-bombs" and unclear nuclear power)
- the cold violent pursuit of those with perhaps justifiable "rage against the machine" (i.e.; the "war on terror")
What have people who knew about Rocketdyne, NukeLies and so on been doing with their energies? Are we wasting time by talking about these things, are we missing the point, have we alerted everyone it is possible to alert about these things?
It isn't as if getting all sorts of praise for saving people from believing fairy stories would make us feel any better. It would probably make us feel very little difference at all. We would just be confused why people suddenly decided to wake up and no wiser about what it takes for them to do so. All we might conclude is that patience and optimism are necessary and our site serves as a distraction from meditative activities, as much as any Alex Jones or Michael Moore sort of pseudo-truth entertainment. Because of this and because people seem to be fickle, as a whole, about what the present paradigm ever is, what kind of difference can we expect from making people aware of the falseness of all the fear stories? What stories are we supposed to be creating as a replacement for the general populous' craving for the bizarre and emotionally manipulative? Must we break people's addictions to such feelings, and if so, how?
There seems to be a spiritual problem in the human race I would describe as "boredom". That is, our perpetual ability to "be bored" (which comes from a deep dissatisfaction with merely being) is the bane of existence that makes people crave the doom, drama, defeatism and excitement of something to worry about, have "a cause" for. Are we doing the same thing? Are we just "bored" and annoyed with the lack of truth, without realizing that people with truth actually have no deeper understanding of the fundamentals of existence?
So many people are obsessed with — completely obsessed with and basing their entire lives around — the ideas of climate change, peak oil, resource waste, overpopulation, pollution, space travel, nuclear bombs, nuclear energy, "unstable nations", holocausts, effective racism, technological security and other weird interpretations of what's happening being the certain doom of humanity.
Which deeply passionate drive about such topics, even as the froth from their activities seems to "enrich" the lives of those with those drives (from their own perspective, anyway), should be dismissed?
Am I missing the spirit and deep purpose of our search and our quest to save people from their kind of apparent need to have these dramas and Quixotian romances? Are we sub- or un-consciously setting up a similar drama about truth which does little more than give our species further trivia to worry about and crave change to?
Would awareness, for example, of the facts (presuming they are such, for hypothetical reasons) that the Earth is the center of the human perspective and universe, and the planets are mere unreachable phantoms, cause a different awareness to arise — different than the awareness of the Earth as a flat, concave or convex shape? Would a worthy or a negative change come tumbling after a huge "wake up" to the next definition of real truth that results in merely a different kind of madness — perhaps, a kind of defeatism, an obsession with "real problems" that people are finally awoken to after exhaustion from the hoaxes? And would there be any energy left to address the "real problems" whatever they end up being? Do we have a responsibility to identify the "real problems", after all? Is that the goal of all the distractions? Are we failing to miss the real way to save people from all of the so-much-useless worrying and hand-wringing?
To be more clear, my question is: is there a fundamental flaw in the way we are spreading info through CluesForum which must be addressed in another way? Not a religious way, not a "wake people up to fakery" way, not in any way we are aware of, but semi-strictly in a way we are all equally ignorant of?
If this reads as some kind of impatience and gloom in the face of our otherwise incredibly successful exposures of fakery, I apologize. But occasionally I must wonder if there is some magic universal law we've failed to grasp, something that those we might deem "the ignorant sheep" are trying to teach us, that we are missing because we are focusing so heavily on the supposition that a world awoken to the truth is necessarily a world improved from the one we live in.