desinformation, dont fit with the present concnepts yeah, seems to be distracted as einsten did, or as now indigo seems to be stupid, that is the aware of the intelligence: seems stupid, un fit, distracted, desinformatated
the "puppet masters" play both sides. "controlled opposition". wilcock, icke, alex jones etc.etc. are just getting paid for what they do
you know ben fulford interviews..i've watched them...i had to laugh...know why? i used to work for a booking agent in the music industry in europe...anyways he had a cocaine habit...he talked just like ben fulford...he's a "cokehead" and probably is getting cocaine from them and he's being used.
david wilcock i believe is one of those montalk children...YIKES!
don't believe everything you hear..
i agree with pureessence. something seems very cold and programmed about icke. those two people interviewing also have a creepy energy to them.
Disinformation or not is brings to light alternate explanations to the state of affairs. Things most people do not seem to consider at all. I think its a good start, and hearing it from "qualified" people maybe helps to soften their rigid minds a little bit. So I think in that respect its good.
At worst it'll scare the piss out of people or confuse them enough to seek something more real. also good.
The other alternative is they stay same the and nothing really changes even tho they think it did.
any information in the end is useful if discernment is used i suppose. not many people use discernment though.
I don't know about the things these people talk about and I have no way of knowing absolutely if they lied or not or what ever. there is always room for suspicion or naivety and I try not to entertain either.
I think distorted nudges are better than no nudges and they do seem to lead people away from "out there" thinking to "in here" thinking. In the end its up to the individual.
People are funny creatures.
Last edited by roberto de leon; 04-01-2009 at 12:10 AM.
i'd advise you to be skeptical of everything and look for confirmation in your experience.
all i say on page 32 and 33 of "what Turns You On?" discussion is absolute truth.
the elite always have "controlled opposition"..people like icke and alex jones. yes there is truth but there is also alot of fiction
if you want someone good to read here is an independent guy who will explain the "puppet masters" to you. he doesn't have everything right but he has most of it right. 2 things he doesn't know is that i believe there is a "planetary ascension in consciousness" and that this is an illusion. but he's got the rest correct. there is an elite controlling people's minds and everything in this illusion..
Cutting Through the Matrix - Transcripts of Radio, TV, Videos, Special Shows with Alan Watt
Last edited by Royalty; 04-01-2009 at 06:33 AM.
don't think you're understanding.
they are "controlled opposition"..it's what the elite do..they send out their own people who "appear to be outside fighting the system"
it's a scam.
i believe most out there are getting paid to do it..alex jones, icke, wilcock etc.etc.
in sheep's clothing
"There are a thousand hacking at the branches
of evil to one who is striking at the root."
—Henry David Thoreau
In the effort to establish a singular global government, the powers that be recognized that opposition to their plan would be evident and unavoidable. These opposition forces must certainly be neutralized and their voices squelched, if the socialists' plans to conquer the world were to be rendered successful.
How can one keep leaders from arising out of the teaming masses to speak out against the plan in favor of freedom? The diabolical would-be dictators understood the only way to accomplish this, was to create the perception that someone was already fighting the battle of liberty for them. Someone who both supported the plan, yet spoke out against it. Someone who would gain the trust of the masses, then employ diversionary tactics, leading them into tyranny.
These are the controlled opposition. They come in many different forms, and organizations, and purport to stand for various causes. Some fill pulpits, others occupy public offices. Several are broadcasters. All are deceivers. All are players of a manipulation process called the Hegelian Dialectic.
They hammer at issues, are vocal about matters that appeal to Christians and conservatives, and even do some good deeds. But their efforts always fail to mobilize their supporters to take the right action, leading the majority who never see through their scheme to ask, "Who silenced the outcry?"
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