I just feel reluctant to say anything because I would be repeating the same boring horror story as before.
I have to admit I have been playing it safe by not saying anything regarding current events. By that, I mean not saying about 911 or the other topics in the news. Saying or making a stand for the truth these days tends to make you marked, and that is what I was trying to avoid. But I don't think I am that important enough to the powers that be, to be a threat.
Take for instance Mr. Snowden. I am not sure whether or not he is the real deal. I just don't damn know. I wish he was and I hope the best for him and his safety. At his young age, he took the plunge and blew the whistle.
Universal surveillance by an all seeing government is a scary thing. I have been reading articles that the NSA has access to your computer files via a Backdoor in the Windows operating system. I saw it at jimstonefreelance.com with my own eyes.
What can I say? I am just another armchair wannabee journalist who has opinions and thinks he can write. But it's the only way I feel I can contribute for the advancement of truth.
Like many people who believe voting for or against politicians, and think they are making a change, it makes no difference.
The votes are rigged. Yes, I even saw a video on PBS about and there was no outrage. Maybe it was a scam to make one think somebody actually cares? If so, I fell for it.
Here is a quote from a former dictator..
"It's not the votes that count, it's who counts the votes. "Joseph Stalin".
I am going to end this shortly, and I apologize for the gaps in posting. I had my little conviction episode and got it off my chest with my rants and saying the "N" word. NINE ELEVEN..
911 was also an attack on the human mind.
By saying that, I am paraphrasing Dr. Judy Woods, who asks in her book, "Where Did The Towers Go?".
When I was eight years old, I was shocked when President Kennedy was assassinated.
As a kid, it shook my world and 911 had that same impact.
I believe the people responsible for those horrific and heinous crimes, are the same.
We now live in a state of constant fear although nobody wants to admit it.
I mean, when two of the most enormously strong buildings
ever constructed, turn to powder while collapsing, there is something to fear.
But, we must face the darkness and look at something much fearful. The Truth. It's not as bad as it seems, unless you have something to hide.