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How do we know this isn't an effort to discredit the Bilderbergers --- by the Bilderbergers themselves?Now that they are internationally suspect (in the eyes of the Illuminati-fearing tinfoil-wearing "intelligentsia"), isn't it reasonable they'd want to downplay their importance by having palpably-suspect people try to discredit them?As long as you're looking at THEM, you're not looking at the REAL conspiracy, see. And the one after that, and after that.
So...I assume you have a point?
Of course not. Why bandy words with a fool who's incapable of seeing the plain truth that's so apparent to you?If anyone's gotten to the second sentence of this post, my theory is that conspiratorialism is a self-administered intelligence test that proves the insightfullness of the test-taker. Msbobbie's no exception. A little bit of challenge to the various pronouncements proves I'm too stupid to see the oh-so-obvious truth, truth that's obvious to msbobbie, which leaves two options - elevate the nose so as not to be troubled by the stupid unbeliever or redouble efforts to try to beat the challenger into submission with a tsunami of text, but not of facts.
I was responding to your reply #6. Did you have a point?
Watch those fingers, arpad; when you start pointing one, you have three pointing back at yourself.
Anybody else want to advance a hypothesis for conspiratorialism? I think it's pretty clear that "stupid" isn't a viable hypothesis so if anyone else is reading this care to pick at my "self-administered intelligence test" explanation? msbobbie's has no worthwhile response to make to the idea so is responding as if it were a personal attack.
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The worst enemy the United States has is it’s people who are too self absorbed to pay attention to what is going on around them; in their communities, their State or our Federal government, much less world events and how it affects our Republic.
Probably why Ben Franklin wasn't to optimistic about the survival of the republic;
My assertion is that we do deal with them.
Ah, yes. “A Republic if you can keep it”. The day after tomorrow we (well, some of us) will celebrate the 224th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. Only 39 of the 55 delegates who attended that convention did sign it, but it was a majority.Efforts continue today for another Constitutional Convention, where the whole document will be layed open for revision, word for word.
In the past we have dealt with them but it is becoming more difficult. The U.N. and the Bilderbergs are promoting stuff like “sustainable development” and a one world order. They support legislators who agree with that concept, but in order to get elected and keep getting elected; those same legislators support the welfare programs and tax the evil rich to pay for them.Our Republic was founded on a principle of equal opportunity and personal responsibility, but in the last generation too many people have come to rely on a nanny state government to provide everything for them. They not only do not want to lose what they have, they want even more from others that have earned what they have.Taxpayers are already outnumbered. My fear is that gimme generation, raising another gimme generation is going to drive us over the cliff and we won’t have the Constitution to protect us.
You've just got to have a little faith that, given an opportunity and some time to consider, we the people will do the right thing.
msbobbie, even if there was some post-crash conspiracy, it doesn't matter because we have our hands full anyway with our current government and economical issues...
I will soon be 70 years old. I have seen too many changes and there have been more bad (for our Republic) than good in my opinion.If we could rewind to the 1950s the only thing I would miss is air conditioning.