Sunday, April 05, 2009

Well, well, well.

posted by The Vidiot @ 5:32 PM Permalink

First they tried to frame Ron Paul supporters, along with anyone else who knew the constitution, as possible terrorist threats (pdf). Now, anybody who even reads about government conspiracies could be considered a problem because this one guy, this single individual, who had mental issues serious enough to cause him to kill three cops in Pittsburgh, will be considered proof that people who fear the government or think that the government wants to take away their guns can and will be suspect.
However, many of his ideas appear to have come from more obscure sources. Poplawski's best friend, Edward Perkovic, told the Post-Gazette, "He was really into politics and really into the First and Second amendment. ... We recently discovered that 30 states had declared sovereignty. One of his concerns was why were these major events in America not being reported to the public."
Sounds reasonable to me. And what obscure sources was he reading? Alex Jones.

Now, I don't know about you all, but I've known about Alex Jones for a looooong time. Anyone involved in the 9/11 truth movement knows him, which is how I found out about him. Anyone interested in anything having to do with the first or second amendments has probably heard of him. Hell, he had a whole segment of a movie devoted to him in the thought-proving animated movie "Waking Life" (which I can't recommend enough.) Alex Jones is not obscure, he's got a fairly large following as well as a large anti-following. Even though there are plenty of people who read his website, there are others who think he's a disinformation tool of the US government. I don't know nor do I care what his motives are. His website can be inflammatory and, quite frankly, sometimes bizarre, but it is also one of the few websites covering stories that corporate media is not covering, like the existence of FEMA camps, the government's draconian preparations for a pandemic and 9/11 truth. Sure, there's the usual "Bilderbergers control the world" crap, but you don't have to read that if you don't want to, unless you feel like being amused or something. Just like corporate media, you have to wade through crap to find the golden nugget.

But with all the shootings lately, so much is NOT being said and, along with what is being said, a picture is starting to emerge.

What is said:
What isn't being said
Are you starting to get the picture? If what isn't being said were being said, we'd start to think twice about putting people on antidepressants (the pharmaceutical companies would scream bloody murder), we'd all want carry a concealed weapon (law enforcment would scream bloody murder), and we'd be questioning the entire system that is causing so many to react so violently (and the bankers would scream bloody murder). No, no, no. Can't have any of that now can we? No. The media is merely steering public opinion down the path that the government would like the sheeple to follow; one that supports the two major parties, fears guns, and is afraid to speak out and protest.

Which means we shouldn't go where they want us to go.

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