Do you base your faith in the government website information on the govenment's long history of honesty or in it's record of putting the concerns of citizens above those with money and power?
We ARE talking about the same people that told us Vioxx was safe until it had killed more of our citizens than lost their lives in the Viet Nam war? The same ones that lied about how much radioactive fallout there was from the above ground nuclear tests for decades? Who trotted out doctors and scientist to testify before Congress for four decades that vitamins had no health benefit at all and could in fact be harmful? Same ones who experimented upon our own brave soldiers and lied about it? Denied veterans benefits for victims of Agent Orange or Gulf War Syndrome with lies? Assured us of the weapons of mass destruction? I could go on for a few more years here . . . . but I think you see my point that those guys have a wee trust issue.
If the government is telling the truth then Dobbs, CNN, Russo, etc., whom all have a track record for honesty, are lying to us (and when have you ever seen the government tell the truth when than many respected figures said they were lying). Not to mention the Center for Media & Democracy, famed conservative journalist Jerome Corsi, and Connie Fogal, the leader of the Canadian Action Party, as well as a host of others:
As Dobbs noted, and as the Center for Media and Democracy and Corsi pointed out, SPP is merely a part of the North American Union blueprint laid out at a key meeting of the Council for Foreign Relations. And of course no one in this administration (I promise to get mercury removed from vaccines, there were WMD, etc) would ever be part of a conspiracy. BTW, did you happen to notice who it was in the Dobbs broadcast that introduced supporting legislation in the House? A representative from Florida named Kathryn Harris. Ring a bell? Yes, the same Kathryn Harris who was on the Bush campaign staff and also was the head of the Florida Elections Commission. The one who held up the recount and helped Bush steal the election.
Yeah, it is a bitter pill to swallow, but the prescription was written long ago, and if we do not wake up and act - and stop believing anything the powers behind the movement spoon feed us - we will all soon be gagging on it.
War of the worlds was an apt choice of words. It has been said that the War of the Worlds was really a dress rehearsal for a government created panic used to control the citizenry, and it was said so long before 9/11. Be that as it may, the image of people being panicked and herded and huddling in groups around their only sources of infomation, an oulandish fabrication over the radio, is a good one. Even the fictional one might work - except that the monsters would be humans.
Maybe I should have mentioned that I also posted my original message in both the News(http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=961807#i) and the Conspiracy Debate forum (http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=961789#i) ?
That way the debates could be held at the debate forums and the news kept to the news forum. AND what I consider the most important post I have made at CureZone would not keep sliding down the page at the News Forum!
If it were anyone but you I would frankly be angry instead of just mostly frustrated because I know how your posts often come in rapid fire clusters and know you mean no harm while you kind of "think and post out loud" while you work an issue out, but I will say that if YOU or any other respected member of CureZone had made an initial post that said "Nothing is More Important" in the title, I would have beem veru careful in what I posted, much less had an ongoing debate, mostly with myself, and made at least 10 more posts above that one while it slid farther and farther down the page and out of site.
If I am wrong about what is happening, then all I have done is made a fool of myself with good intentions and causes some unneccessary worries. Heck, I always had trouble with the idea that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing Kennedy - and there was a whole government commission that said he did. But if I am right, and I feel very strongly that I am right, or very close to it, then I might make a difference. Making a difference is a great part of why I came here to begin with. And in typical do-gooder fashion I have spent a whole day trying to help or warn others when I was supposed to be making some money.
As Eric Burdon and the Animals once sang, "I'm just a soul whose intentions are good, oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood".
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