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The following is my response to Joel S. Hirschhorn's "The Evolution of Evil."

I thank you for your well written article, Mr. Hirschhorn.

It sets an example to all of us who post here.

 



Yes, a small group of white men exert a great deal of control over humanity. They use a plethora of techniques to keep us in line and, based on my observations, are doing a superb job at extinguishing all hope.

One of their techniques is to infiltrate "groups" who are attempting to disseminate the truth about the status quo. In the old days they would just arrange for a waterskiing accident, a sudden illness or some drunk to jump lanes on the freeway.

Of late, their fear of creating a martyr has resulted in steady flow of disinformation. Disinfo is great because a majority of it can be true. One of the people assigned to control opinion here, or, at Fox News can go on for quite awhile spouting truth until the necessary lie is inserted to assure the proper result.

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Your analysis of "their" techniques is quite complete. The best slave is a man who thinks he is free. "I think Hillary is great!" Is a victory for the "man in charge." "Obama is for change!" Is an even greater success, simply because five minutes on the net will yield that Obama could never be for change. "McCain would be a good president" is a tribute to propagandists everywhere. Find that man and give him a medal! Anyone who can convince another human being that McCain would be a good president really should get some sparkling trophy. After reading that the founder of the Mormon religion found golden tablets in the ground in upstate New York allowed me to let go of anything that comes out of Mr. Romney's mouth. I am bald, thus, will not vote for him out of "hair jealousy."



Aside from the presidential campaign, you have the anti war and environmental groups of today. They are so fully infiltrated and discredited they can't even agree on what day it is, let alone try and help the kids that are getting killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Think about it, Mr. Hirschhorn, weeks ago the Veteran's Administration released statistics for veterans of the two Iraq wars and Afghanistan. 24% of the human beings in that group have committed suicide. Does the anti war movement use this? Is there any effort on their part to help these young people? Of course not. They have nothing to do with ending wars.

The leadership of the 9/11 people are mostly infiltrated, this explains why they have achieved only one thing in almost 7 years. They have managed to fully discredit and marginalize the movement. Genius! Another medal to the men who took care of that "potential problem."

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Honestly, I spent some time researching that fiasco. If my dog studied WTC 7 while eating his kibble he would demand an investigation and my dog can't even read.

I will challenge you on the use of the "rich against the poor" argument. It turns the focus away from the actual perpetrators and onto a host of lackeys. "All rich people are evil" and "all poor people (and now the middle class too) are victims of the rich people" is the primary argument used by "them" to turn the attention away from the men in control to some impossible enemy. This is the same approach employed with terrorism. "They are everywhere and are impossible to eliminate, but, we must try.." really is brilliant. "Rich people are bad = terrorists are coming to get you."

 



The goal is to eliminate hope. As you said yourself, people eventually, give up. "They" have figured this out and will do what needs to be done to foist as much "hopelessness" as possible onto us folks. The "victory of evil" line has been trotted out many times and we aren't all dead, yet..OK...OK, we are fully enslaved but, we don't think we are enslaved, so, I am going to stick with hope.


On your last point. Yes, Article V should be invoked, we should hold a constitutional convention and I will sign up or donate money to whomever chooses to lead the charge.

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I will suggest that whomever does lead the effort for an article V convention will be one of "them." I will offer this conclusion based on 40 years of research. "They" simply won't be able to resist having one of "their" guys running the show. Why stop now? They already have all of the "movements" in hand, why not throw the "article V movement" in there with the rest of them. They will surely get a convention underway some time in the next 375 years or so. Hopeless? Not a bit. Just pick the man "who does not want to anything to do with" leading this group...I have little trust in self appointed 'leaders.'

I do not know why Ron Paul hasn't discussed this important issue. You have printed many articles challenging Dr. Paul on this point without asking him for a statement. Why? I can assume he has a view on the subject. Lord knows, the man is a constitutional scholar. He is so small and meaningless, he rides around in a van with no security wandering from one rally to the next. Seems approachable to me. He has spent the last 12 months begging for the opportunity to be heard, give him a shout.

The thought of voting for Hillary, Obama, McCain or Romney because Ron Paul has not addressed his thoughts on Article V to me, is confusing. Mr. Obama is a wholly owned subsidiary of AIPAC with Zbigniew Bzezinski, the trilateralist, as his foreign policy advisor. Ms. Clinton and Mr. McCain have been endorsed by Mr. Sulzberger. All of these "choices" have been "chosen" by the folks you so eloquently rail against. I will heartily agree that the Ron Paul movement ishas it's share of idiots, but, that isn't enough to justify the death of innocents in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr. Hirschhorn, I have to stick with the person who "they" all hate, discredit and marginalize simply because that means he is closest to the truth.

If Rupert Murdoch really hates Ron Paul as much as his actions demonstrate? The Doctor from Texas is my man.

 

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Tom Storey is a father of two with 5 unproduced feature film screenplays to his credit. At age 17, he canvassed the precincts of Newport, Rhode Island on behalf of presidential candidate George McGovern. Tom Has been known to blog supportively for (more...)
 

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