Conspiracy Talk Archive March 29 2012

 

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29 Mar 2012 22:11:07
its a great phrase for this site, WHEN I WOKE UP.
frankyscouse

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29 Mar 2012 17:58:27
frankyscouse: reading your post puts me in mind of a piece of writing that does the circuits, perhaps you've read it before... folks here might appreciate it..

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When I Woke Up!

When I finally woke up I took a look around. I saw city halls, courthouses, houses of parliament, churches, schools, and universities by the hundreds and thousands. I saw systems - systems for managing the land, the air, and the water; systems for managing human behaviour; systems for managing religion; systems for managing learning; systems for managing food, shelter, clothing; systems for managing love and procreation: a vast complex of carefully engineered systems. I saw millions of people working, not for themselves, but for someone else. I saw millions of people doing, not what they themselves want to do, but what someone else wants them to do. I saw the depressing evidence of a people who have externalized and institutionalized - in fact, have tried to standardize - the very nature of humanity.

I saw a whole people who've lost the way of life and in its place have built a technological monster which does most of their hard work, carries their water, delivers their food, raises their kids, makes their decisions, says their prayers, transports them, "informs" them, entertains them, and controls the people it serves, absolutely. I also saw that the monster, seemingly unable to manage itself, was running wild, totally out of visible control, ripping the land to pieces, spreading poisons, filling the air with filth, dumping garbages and s**t in the rivers and lakes and oceans. I saw all that, and I saw the people, millions of them, crowded together in cities, living side by side in towns, villages, rural areas. But I didn't see a single community.

Is someone doing all of this on purpose? Yes!"

- a text by Wilfred Pelletier and Ted Poole

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TRP.

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Wow! Never heard that before! So much truth! Superb post TRP thanks for posting that! I'll be sharing that one out! probably my favorite post so far!

RR!

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That is superb, and very true!

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Trp my post reminds you of that awsome post u posted? i would not go that far but ty
frankyscouse

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Great post TRP, great little read!!

PmacC

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A lot of good of thought provoking facts in the text. Im begining to think these travellers have got the right idea by not following the system

Matt_RFC

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Always remember; we have all that is just, true and right on our side.
But know this: IT Will Not Stop Coming.

TRP.

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29 Mar 2012 10:23:48
hi going off tact with this subject but have to type,oil and our obbsession with it,it was my thought that if we want to fight against rising petrol prices(well since they do not want to share the free energy out) we should boycott the pumps,i think edd at the time said it would never work,this week proves him right, we are programmed like a herd of sheep to panic with the thought of shortage,i suspect around the country is like liverpool with cues arond the garage,and that clown out of the government telling everyone to stock up,listen i am prob one of the oldest on here(43) but from when i grew up and b4 my time when my mar and dad grew up its like you look out for your neigbours strangers have gone,since thatcherism started its been getting worse and worse,now its look after number one,so i have banned the wife from getting petrol,ok i ment i have suggested it to her,ok you found me out she suggested it and i told her it was a good idea,SORRY my rant of the day is over, now i got to do this frigging garden again.
frankyscouse

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I don't think it's a conincidence that the price of petrol hit an all time high just before this happened. Manages to swell the coffers of the treasury just before year-end. It's a massive scam from our government, the media aren't helping & again, it's the motorist that suffers, the ordinary person on the street. When will people wise up? I'm now waiting for the great annual Easter bread famine to take hold.

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When does the media ever help?! EVER?! this has all been pre-meditated, if Mr cameron drowned in petrol i dont think i would bat and eyelid as harsh it may sound, would rather him choke ona pastie though ;)

JWalk

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I agree with both posts! Petrol sales increased by 80%?? Next it'll be the hose pipe ban again and the price of water will go up! I'd love to boycott the pumps Franky only issue with that is petrol for many is a must! Without it I'd have no job as I work 30 miles from home! All I can say is fantastic sales tactics! It's like putting bread and milk at the back of a supermarket so u have to walk past all the other isles first! Only Rich people benefit from all this!

RR!

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I understand the getting to work situation mate,my wife would be in the same boat(not 30 miles thou)its a tough one but say 30 to 40 years ago it was prob a quarter or less of the uk population that had a car and jobs were local or either a bus ride away,funny enough my dad had to get the bus from liverpool to widnes think it was 45 mins to a hour then , but he done it 5 days a week,when something becomes popular and a necsessty(car) the powers that be hike the prices up,at the end of the day mate i reckon you would boycott the pumps if it would make the differnce but the majority of the nation are that herd of frightend sheep.
frankyscouse who hates crazy paving

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I agree franky! But that's when local businesses ruled! There was enough jobs for everyone! Then you got the big boys in the citys turning 1000 jobs at one time into 300 because of the technology they brought to the table! Making people buy cars for nessessity rather than leisure! Then having control over the thing that powers them! It's all about control and trust me they have us by the short and curlys in every department

RR! Who doesn't hate crazy paving but doesn't like it either! ;)

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I'm lucky enough to walk to work, and use the train when going out o town for some retail therapy. But agreed that it is a joke. All politicians are the same though.

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Rr i know things have changed and not for the better,and i really understand your getting to work situation,my point is , WHEN ARE WE GOING TO SAY NO MORE?like u said they have us by the curlys, its either we are going to keep taking it or enough is enough.
frankyscouse hates crazy paving still and 3 ton of gravel

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:) unfortunately Franky while we have a group of people making decisions on economy based on their own personal gain I for one don't see things getting better only a lot worse! You just have to look America to see what will happen here!

RR!

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In the next 10 years (if 2012 thing does not happen)i can deffo see martial law comming in,people are gonna take it untill the straw that breaks the camels bk,
frankyscouse

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You're spot on FrankyScouse.
I think that when the unions were unfortunately obliterated in the 80's, it's knocked the willingness to fight out of the common man. Now we just accept whatever crap is thrown our way!
I work from home so don't use my car that much but I happened to over the water the other day when this all started. I went to get petrol and didn't at that time know why there were huges queues.
Whilst sitting there the petrol price jumped from 1.35 to 1.43 and I'm told it peaked at 1.48!!
What did I do? You guessed it I paid, cos I'm a conditioned saddo who rolls with the punches conforming to people's submission.
Sorry just having a rant at the system.
The puppet masters are at their work once more and we are just dancing along to their tunes.
NoneTheWiser

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Nonthewiser my friend you are no conditioned saddo because you are on a site that questions stuff like this,its the people who moan for 5 minutes then in the next breath ask about the latest episode of the only way is essex/or scousewifes,now there the conditioned sheep.
frankyscouse

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Franky I understand what you're saying mate I think the major point I was trying to make was because they've got us by the short and curlies there is not a lot you can do is there?
This site in what it does and the amount of people I tell to take a look at it you would not believe.
I mean I'm not a preacher by any means but people won't even listen! Won't get off there ar@e and even press a few buttons on their pc to see what I'm talking about.
Now that sort of apathy is why we're in the situation now because if people just even took a moment to have a look on sites like this one, I personally think that a fair few of them would actually become interested in some of the topics discussed and more people could get on the path to fully waking up.
NoneTheWiser.

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Mate i know what you mean, i have a mate and i have told him about this site numerous times and he never bothers he would rather go on facebook or watch porn, i think its a bit like the matrix certin people relise whats going on and certin people get drip fed.
frankyscouse

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All we can do is share what we know. If somebody wants to listen i'll always tell them what i know. But ive been at partys when discussions happen i get involved and everyone thinks im a weirdo thats going to end up outside John Lewis's with a sandwich board over my shoulders and a collinder on my head! What ive found is those who want to know will do so of their own accord them that don't believe will never believe until something happens either close to them i.e family member or relative or its globalised which i doubt the media would ever allow it to happen!

RR!

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Right on rr,we are never going to change the world but in the circles we hang out in we can give a different point of veiw.
frankyscouse now with 3 tons of gravel

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I dont envy you with 3 tonnes of gravel on your hands Franky! Your right though about us never changing the world but i bet you all the tea in china that if anything ever did happen the first people they would turn to would be people like me, you and a majority of the posters on here for advice and guidence! everyone else in the world can believe that 'EVERYTHING IS OK' ill continue believing that things aint ok and never will be as long as the powers that be stay in charge and continue to manipulate, mould and shape the way we live as humans!

RR!

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