March 13, 2012
My friends all think I'm crazy when I talk about everything I hear about from Alex Jones, so I'm looking for someone else to talk to about all these new ideas that pulse through my mind, instead of paying my assistant at the office to hear my rants, or driving my wife crazy. I'm preparing for bad times, transferring investments into gold, telling people about the coming bad times, planning to put my kids in a Sudbury Model school. I'm convinced. I trust the information I am researching on Infowars and Prison Planet. I do get a bit depressed sometimes absorbing all these negative ideas. It's important because one day if things keep going the way they are, we will all end up living life in a 1984 Orwellian nightmare. Tired of the wool being pulled over my eyes. I've woken up but I feel like Neo in the Matrix. I took the red pill and just found out what the world really looks like. It ain't pretty.
New World Order, Illuminati, the dumbing down of society through the education system, Federal reserve and the slaves it has made of us all, the police state, Fema camps, arrest without habeas corpus, Patriot Act, false flag events, SOPA, NDAA, with all the equivalent Canadian legislation that is taking our rights away - bit by bit. We've glimpsed how it affects Toronto at the G20 protests. If the US economy collapses, how will Toronto not be affected. I want to oppose the tyranny. Call everyone on their ignorance; call those that are responsible on their corruption; educate those that are interested in seeing the truth. Upset how the New World Order has hijacked the environmental movement. I want to help usher in a new era with "free" energy available to all. Watched the movie Thrive last night. I would like to think the movie's vision for change is possible but I have my doubts. Is it possible to change the course that the New World Order has planned for us?
Started out many years ago exploring meditation, then added enviromentalism, discovered Daniel Quinn, and now: Alex Jones, Gerald Celente, John Taylor Gatto, Sudbury Model Schools, David Icke . . . Alex Jones has certainly altered many of my ideas.