I have my own opinions about the government and internal politics, but I have never actively pursued information about “conspiracies” of the government.
I have always had a few opinions that I would like to share tonight in the face of some fishy, yet possibly completely understandable, evidence of tampering by the government.
My first policy has always been to plead ignorance:
I have no idea what it means to run a country. there is no reason to think that I should know, or that I will ever have the means to know. in my opinion everything is over complicated. if we were to simplify policies, strategies, and communication methods things would be much better. It would be easier to reach the masses and explain certain protocols, methods, and laws because they would be a.) simpler and thus b.) easier to explain and distributed c.) by efficient forms of mass communication.
but it is my understanding that things sort of turn out to be complicated to matter which way you spin them. when you’re organizing something— like a desk or your room or even your entire house— there always seems to be a junk drawer for the things that are just too complicated to place, do you know what i’m talking about?
so, even if I have my opinions about the way this country should be run I make no claims that it would actually work. The constitution is a convoluted system in itself, making so many different categories, checks, balances, rules, and departments that it becomes difficult to see the truth of leadership behind the web of channels. and all of that was placed in order to keep order. our founding fathers had the right idea, but…
a separate issue arises when we factor in the human element.
Humans are a lot of things, good and bad. in a group of people every human characteristic is present. an individual may not be cunning, or dishonest, or greedy but when you get a group together— particularly one made up of million of people— there is inevitable bound to be, at the very least, one person who has those qualities.
we’re talking about a nation here, of millions of people. and a government of hundreds. there will be corruption no matter which way you turn because all of us together share some things:
greed and lust for: information, for power, for money, for love, for acceptance, for understanding, for attention, for unwonted desires, for pride, for honor, for press, for recognition.
each one of these characteristics leads to a thought, and thoughts lead to words, and words lead to actions.
groups of people can never be entirely trusted— that’s why we have a president! a man who is not any of those traits to give a final say, to yell out to congress “you guys are fools! you know what you’re doing is wrong!” checks and balances at its finest. but, if the man we elect isn’t honest then all the efforts of our constitution will go to waste. THIS I know for certain.
so, now we have a man in the hot seat— like everyone knows— Mr. Obama.
he brings me to a second point of opinion: I have no idea who he is but I have been a little suspicious.
I think the timing of his presidency is suspicious
I think that the timing of Osama’s assassination was suspicious: you can read this, then read this. It seems to me that news should have received equal press. we killed the son and grandchildren of a major current threat. justice is great news, I could not be happier to know that the hearts and minds of american families are at rest. however, publicizing current threats is the news’ main priority, but it was overshadowed by Bin Laden events. additionally, re-election is coming up and Obama is now being flooded with good cheer, honors, and congratulations— a sure fire way to get voters. credit is due to everyone who did it, but yes it is true that our president is the face of our nation so it makes sense to attribute the news to him. a picture of thousands of lives, men, women, former presidents, cabinet members, and congressmen would be painstaking to take and even harder to publish. it would look a lot like your high school class picture:
not exactly riveting.
what is more suspicious is the birth certificate issue. I know this has gotten a TON of press and yes Obama has released his long form and the “birthers” are eating their words but they were not wrong to be suspicious.
Maybe Obama is the anti-christ. with his fantastic presentation, impeccable delivery, and facial features that I have never seen on either a black man or a white man. re-election is looming and the 2012 conspiracy conveniently around the corner while two political seas are at war with each other (if you’re wondering why any of this matters, you can look up some bible theories) but maybe he’s just a good speaker. (which is something I do admire. my greatest ambition is to be a good communicator and speaker— I think it’s the single most reliable evidence of education and a trait that is taken for granted the most) and a relatable guy which is something we have asked for from our presidents from years past.
and finally I reach my final point of concern, Osama Bin Laden’s assassination.
along with the celebrations and serious overshadowing of more severe news which tipped me off that something was strange I found a few other things.
the sea burial and spread of fake death photos seems irresponsible.
to top it all off: here
I understand that there will be internal politics that I will never be able to comprehend, and explanations behind actions that I will never be privy to just as a child does not know why his mother does what she does.
but, this is a little strange.