It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning. Henry Ford

Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. Benjamin Franklin

The idea that you know what is true is dangerous, for it keeps you imprisoned in the mind. It is when you do not know, that you are free to investigate. ~ Nisargadatta Maharaj

Monday, 4 November 2013


About Jimmy Saville but some interesting points about "conspiracy theory"

"The term 'Conspiracy Theorist' is also used a kind of slur to imply the individual on the receiving end of this quip is almost certainly an uneducated, deluded and down-right insane borderline simpleton incapable of the 'rationality' and 'reason' which these invocations themselves are another type of modern mythos to play the role of royal adversary to the conspiracies of serfdom. Yet with all the never-ending attempts to stigmatises others by referring to them as 'Conspiracy Theorist”, “Conspiracy Nutter” or “Bat-Shit Crazy Whack Job” - countless millions of people – from all walks of life, social status, age groups, races and every possible social demographic one can imagine are perfectly content to spend their days investigating, anything, embracing and candidly sharing their Conspiracy Theories. Because for no other reason than Conspiracy Theories allow people to come to grips with the social insanity they witness around them. Conspiracy Theories exists because they are all we have left in some cases where the 'reason' and 'rationality' of our authority figures and structure vanished in the face of objective observation. 
Individuals such as former superstar BBC presenter and disc jockey Jimmy Savile are the reason why Conspiracy Theories exist. Add to this the self-glorifying voice of reason such as the British Broadcasting Company who fill their programs with men and women of reason who condescendingly inform us that Conspiracy Theory is the domain of the foolish. These pontifications ironically are emanating from the same organisation which sheltered and protected Jimmy Savile for over four decades. People are not that  blind to the obvious hypocrisy glimmering from their TV screens. In the movie the Outlaw Josie Wales, the main character played by Clint Eastwood announces. “Don't piss down my back and tell me its raining.” Organisations such as the BBC emptied their bladders a long time ago and we no longer required to keep our umbrellas handy.    
People should no longer have faith in the evening news on TV, nor the unwritten agreement among newspaper editors that they all row in different boats towards the same 'consensus' shoreline. Media companies and outlets are losing vast numbers of readers and viewers in their millions each year, as ordinary men and women are turning their backs on the 'news' being fully aware that it laded with shoddy reporting, distractions, cohesive propaganda and distortions. That mainstream journalism today (and perhaps always has) seeks to hide certain facts while inventing others. That there is little or no difference between what the news anchor reads from the TV teleprompter, and the government, corporate or university press release from which the uncritical and unquestioning reporter or anchorman regurgitates unconditionally. "

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