zoomboogity wrote:Jimbo wrote:It may be a thing, some futurists' plan to reduce the earth's population, but its nefariousness is not so evident, not to me at least.
Why, because you haven't looked into it? Interesting phrase there - "not so evident" - from someone who prides himself in digging below the surface to get to the real story. That's about as lazy as prattling on about 9/11 when you know it leads to nowhere and just spins in the same circles, and you know you're going to get the same response from others, to which you have the same response prepared that "no one understands THE TRUTH" you present to us as a public service.Jimbo wrote:We'd have to stop our wars so there'd be a smoother implementation of the UN's plan. Nah, it may be a plan but it ain't going to work. We'll all be nuked to death before the UN gets us.
How do you know that isn't part of the agenda? Oh yeah - you haven't bothered to look into it, that's how you know.Jimbo wrote:And if this is what keeps you up at night, fine. It doesn't trouble me.
Ignorance is bliss, isn't it? Especially when it probably won't affect you in your lifetime (at least in ways you would notice). And no, it doesn't "keep me up at night," so no need for snarkiness. You just go back to your 9/11 links, and keep wondering why people respond to you the way you just responded to me. I had a feeling you weren't really serious about conspiracies, but simply latched onto 9/11 the way a three-year-old latches onto a rattle and keeps making noise with it until your elders leave the room in exasperation.
By the way, are you still an American citizen? Do you vote in our elections? Just curious.
Jimbo, God bless him, will go from one side of the internet to the other analyzing a plume of 9/11 smoke but can't be troubled to Google Hillary Clinton's stance on the legalisation of reefer.