When I was young, my Father granted me with a few words of wisdom which have never left the back of my mind. He told me to, “Believe some, and trust none,” and to, “Never believe more then one percent of what the Government tells you.” My Father had a fairly prominent position in the Defense industry, so I realized that he had to know what he was talking about.
As I grew up, I began to realize that I was always very suspicious of the Government. I found that I had an innate ability to see through a lot of the Governments lies and stories.
I am probably one of the few people that doubted the existence of, “Weapons of Mass Destruction,” in Iraq. I could see right from the beginning that there was an overabundance of coverage on the idea right from the start. I was instantly reminded of a method that was used by the Nazi Propaganda Squads. They realized that if you inundated the public with an idea, eventually all of the people would then follow your logic.
When I began openly doubting the existence of the WMD’s, many people attempted to discredit me by saying that I was nuts. I explained that it made sense to lie to the public about this topic. If the US population believed that they were in grave danger, they would do whatever the Government wanted. I pointed out that all we heard from the time we got up in the morning, until the time we went to bed, was about how Saddam had WMD’s and that we had to attack Iraq before he used them. I was then accused of being a conspiracy theorist.
In today’s society the term, “conspiracy theorist,” seams to have a negative connotation. When the average person thinks of a conspiracy theorist, they think of a white male who still lives in his Mother’s basement. They think of a person who is either so ugly, so fat, or so nerdy that they could never get a date. They think of a person who is addicted to watching Star Trek, The X-Files, or In Search Of. They think of a person who spends way too much time on the internet trying to piece together parts from multiple puzzles. All in all, most people will think that I am some kind of nut. I do not fit these qualifications (except for the fact that I do like the X-Files.
It was always hard for me in the past, but it become very hard to live with this stigma for the last two years. I am proud to say that I am not a 9/11 conspiracy pusher. I do have some questions about 9/11, but I do not believe that it was a Government plot. I believe that it was as much of tragedy for our Government officials, as it was for us.
Whenever I attempt to vocalize my beliefs on any of the traditional, “conspiracy theories,” such as UFO’s, cattle mutilations, the assassination or JFK, or of the continuation of Project MKULTRA, I am rebuffed by someone who thinks that I am a supporter of the 9/11 ideas.
I could spend the next four hours writing about why I am sure that 9/11 was not a Government wide plot. I do not feel that I need to. I will inform you that I am tired of being grouped with these people, though.
I am not a nut. Don’t automatically label me as one. Do I believe that there is intelligent life outside of our planet? Yes. Do I believe that they travel here from time to time? Yes. Do I believe that they abduct people who live in trailer parks and do probes on them? No, that’s silly. Do I believe in cattle mutilations? Yes. Do I believe that little green men do them? No, but if you want to know who has been doing them, just email me.
There are things that the Government does not want us to know. There are mysteries that we still have yet to understand. I enjoy looking at these puzzles logically, but do not label me as a nut. Just listen, you might learn something.