Heed these words if they ring true for you, or better yet, just add them to the ol' brain list, because there's a non-zero chance that I may be off my bloody rocker. I am unable to provide an objective reckoning about which side of my sanity coin has landed face up, because the magnet that used to hold my reverse side to the fridge we call our so-called modern society has become a slightly disoriented Koala and is subsequently far more attracted to tree branches.
Even if the aforementioned coin has landed with its "good" side up, whether that side is actually the side most "well adjusted" to our world is up for a fractal debate. In the most optimal of cases, my research is spotted with guesstimates to make up for a lack of time, and my reasoning stained with gut feelings in case of an even split in cognitive dissonance.
It would seem, from the point of view of someone who has been accused of wearing tin foil hats, that now is a kind of prime time, top of the show opportunity for another false flag. This episode, the role of Osama will be played by no one, and those lovable characters invented to strike utter fear into the hearts of Christians everywhere have to, for real, be pissed off about that. I have been quite taken aback by the apparent approval some Internetians have shown to a theoretical future invasion of Pakistan, owing to the fact that, in the least, it's accepted that they have nuclear weapons. I checked, they weren't kidding that invading another country seemed reasonable. Then again, that's more than it's taken in the past, and maybe this time we'll be spared the wrath of Rumsfeld the reptile's vector art department.
No, this time much of the painting might indeed be left to the theatre of the mind, guided by a heavy helping of that crowd favourite, fear, laced with all manner of preservatives, artificial sweeteners, compounds more toxic than lead, and other things they'd otherwise need a hazardous materials permit and a man dressed like Darth Vader to dispose of properly.
Since I started paying attention in 2009, I've been constantly surprised and re-surprised at how much closer the global economy, resting in large part on that of the U.S. and the Eurozone, can come to collapsing, and at how many more holes can be blown by reality in the "debt as viable economy" lie before people take a step back and go, "hang on...". This week, courtesy once again of the excellent disobfuscated financial commentary at Zero Hedge, we have plunged industrial production and auto assembly numbers and the absurdity of the housing bubble up by another order of magnitude. Remember when politicians and all other manner of con-men and -women used to bother at least talking about a recovery, and the possibility of double dip was something only discussed by the "weirdos"?
With the royal parasite wedding now over, with it's impossibly long hype-up and assumed blatant flaunting of what was once your money, "they" need the next best ill-advised scheme to rekindle their once tight grip of illusory control on the general population. Options are rather limited when you are filled with hate and fear, so my bet would be on all-out war. The way I see it though, the chances of a false flag happening as described here are significantly decreased because of me writing this. Interestingly, I first saw a billboard in early May that said clearly "21 May - Judgement Day", and now there's a dessicated old chap with the job title of "Doomsday Leader" saying that'll be the actual end of the world. Whatever it ends up being, you can be sure that it will be someone trying to make or maintain a profit.