When I was a child, I really thought there was a tooth fairy. I would show my parents the coins that were left under my pillow, not knowing that my parents were themselves tooth fairies! When I realized that my parents were the people behind my belief system the world did not change; only my perception and understanding of the world changed.
When I was a child, I thought that a man named Lee Harvey Oswald, for some reason, took it upon himself to kill President John F. Kennedy. When I found out that there was more to the story than what I had read in the book on my parentsâ€™ shelf (Four Days), the world did not change; only my perception and understanding of the world changed.
When I was told that Saddam Hussein sent his troops into Kuwait for what appeared to be no other reason than to start his plan to rule the world, I cheered for George H. W. Bush. When I later learned that the U.S. had screwed Saddam in the past by selling weapons to his enemy while we proclaimed our support for him by selling weapons to him, the world did not change. And when I found out that the reason that Saddam invaded Kuwait was because they were stealing Iraqâ€™s oil with the help of the British and that the US officially took a neutral position when Saddam asked for help, the world did not change. When I found out that the stories told to Congress and the American people about the atrocities being committed by Saddamâ€™s troops in Iraq were a set of lies created by a P.R. firm that was hired by George H. W. Bush to sell the war to Congress, the world did not change. Only my perception and understanding of the world changed.
So when our nation underwent two fraudulent presidential elections and three fraudulent midterm elections, and when the events of September 11th took place, my perception of the world did not need to change much for me to realize that there was probably more to the story than we were told. As time passed and information became available about those events, I realized that I was correct. There was more to the story, only this time my perception did not have to change. The only thing that changed was that this time I did not foolishly believe the first thing that I was told.
So I ask youâ€¦what is your perception of the world? Do you still believe that the US is a democratic republic? Do you still believe that the Federal Reserve is part of our government and that the United States is not in fact fully owned by that private group of international bankers? Do you still believe that Congress represents the people of the U.S.? Do you still believe that there is no power beyond the faÃ§ade of the U.S. government with an agenda designed to create one world government where the ruling elite control everything?
Just keep this in mind: when you finally realize that the world is not what it appears to be, nothing will change. Only your understanding of reality will change. The only way that we can indeed change the world is if everyone quickly changed his or her perception and understanding of the world! We are running out of time. Would you rather be in a position to say, â€œThey tried to warn me and I didnâ€™t listen,â€ or would you rather be in a position to say, â€œWe did it; we woke up our fellow citizens!â€ Think about it!