Sheeple and Underdog Psychology
Some of the people who read my book or watched my DVD were
initially excited to learn about the September 11 attack. They enthusiastically
began showing it to the friends and relatives under the assumption that
by exposing the corruption, they would educate people and help make a better
world. Some people bought more than one copy of my book or DVD and gave
it to their friends as a present. They thought they were doing their friends
I heard from some of those people after they became frustrated, angry,
depressed, and/or disgusted with their relatives and friends. Some had
been in such unpleasant arguments with their own family members over the
issue of conspiracy theories and corruption that they no longer speak much
to one another. Only a few people had cheerful stories of how their friends
appreciated the information.
The refusal of the typical person to deal with 9-11 is shocking.
When a citizen tries to mobilize his friends or neighbors into standing
up to corruption, he will usually be given excuses, not assistance.
This creates frustration, anger, and disappointment. It also causes some
people to give up on their fight against crime.
Some people try to cheer us up by telling us that Jesus said:
|"Do not cast your pearls before
swine, because they will trample them under their feet, and then turn and
tear you into pieces." Matt 7:6
Jesus is telling us that the majority of people are not much
better than animals, so when we spend our time and money providing people
with a book or DVD about 9-11, they will discard it, and then they will
turn to us and attack us. They will not appreciate our attempts to help
them, nor will they discuss the issues with us.
This attitude can make us feel better because we don't have to wonder
why nobody listens to us. However, this attitude creates a disgust
Lots of people are disgusted
The people who gave us the September 11 attack are sometimes
referred to as "The Elite". It is assumed that they are arrogant,
conceited people who think they are superior to the rest of us. It is assumed
that they look down on us as:
However, the people who gave us the 9-11 attack are not the
only people to consider the common people to be "useful idiots". Some of
the people who showed my book to their relatives developed a similar attitude.
I have heard some of them complain that "the masses are asses". One person
who was so upset after being ridiculed by his family members that he told
me that they all deserve to die in the next fake terrorist attack.
People are encouraged and inspired by citizens who try to make life
better, but we are disillusioned, disappointed, and disgusted by
people who refuse to deal with the problems we face.
All nation are victims of their citizens
The widespread belief in America is that all of our problems
are due to a group of evil people, such as the Bush administration, the
Liberals, the Rothschilds, the Zionists, the Mexicans, or the Christian
We love these type of theories because they allow each of us to blame
somebody else for our problems. We don't have to take any responsibility
However, the idea that a small group of people can control a gigantic
nation is as idiotic as the idea that a teenage gang can control a neighborhood,
or that Al Capone had control of Chicago. A small number of people can
control a large number of people only if that large number of people allow
themselves to be controlled.
Unfortunately, the majority of people in every nation are allowing small
groups of criminals to have free access to their government, their schools,
and their businesses. Every nation is allowing itself to be abused.
I don't expect people to agree with everything I say. In fact, I don't
agree with some of my own opinions from a few years ago. However, I expect
adults to be capable of discussing the problems we face. If an adult
does not want to deal with our problems, that is acceptable to me, but
then he should not be voting, telling me how to live my life, or passing
judgment on which nation deserves a bombing.
Most people complain when they are referred to as "mindless masses"
or "animals". But what should we call an adult human who runs away in fear
when the issue of Building 7 is discussed?
Marie Antoinette would probably have a good response to this issue.
||"Marie, the common
people don't like it when you refer to them as animals."
Then perhaps they
should behave like humans!"