the main way in which 'THEY' have dominated societies is by DENYING that they were doing what they did and then of course, going on with doing it. like Nixon saying he wasn't a crook -- or the founding fathers' audacity in revolting in the name of religious freedom while denying the indigeonous citizens that exact rights.
in particular i am the four of cups from the waite tarot.
many rich men are foolish,
decieved by their worldly attainments
into DELUSIONS of superiority or merit.
OBVIOUSLY those who have benefitted from people not knowing will step up to put down the basic fundamental understanding about what they do.
i don't deny or accept david icke as gospel truth. i don't know one way or the other.
the denier above was the first to mention him in this thread though.
xeno, disciple of parminides, whom i love as a philosopher, used it. it was called 'reductio ad absurdem' - basically the very fact that people show up to say 'this is all bunk' makes it seem more believable --
as if certain people had a really hard time with the idea of people learning things.
are you: some sort of heroes of fact, determined to make sure that people aren't decieved by
about 'conspiracies'? wow, you should get a Nobel prize.
that guy invented dynamite.
i am pretty sure that is true.
really: denying is just too easy to beat.
it's like people who say there's no god. there's a god as soon as the denier opens their snack hole and utters the word "God". there it is. making you look dumb -- and in denial.
i mean there's no WHAT again?
what were we talking about?
lots of people want a peaceful world with no military industrial complex, no threat of war or RELIGIOUS TYRANNY CREATING JUSTIFICATION FOR WAR, ever again.
some people even think humanity is evolving in that direction at a (to some) frightening pace.