Entry Submitted Anonymously at 1:03 PM EST on November 14, 2016
"America, shame on you."
Really?! From one who purports to know the real history, this is an extremely narcissistic and discompassionate perspective.
Might as well shame the African tribes for being taken as slaves to the American colonists. They failed their tribes.
Might as well shame the indigenous peoples who were almost eradicated by American colonists. They failed their tribes and their Great Spirit.
What I'm saying is...first of all, shame doesn't solve problems, it only further entrenches them in a dark place...and second of all, Americans have been taken prisoner. Americans have been taken as slaves. If you know the real history, you realize this.
If you know the real history you know that a multi-generational campaign has been waged on the America. It has been conquered. It is in a state of hostage. Furthermore, this campaign has been waged with weapons far more powerful than the average denizen has access to understanding, let alone resisting, Just as tribal people with their bows have been waylaid by the conquistadors with their forged steel arms, so too have Americans been had by means and technology that they can't understand. But shame on them, right?
Shame on them for allowing themselves to be victims of MK Ultra mind control, NLP techniques, and psychological attack broadcast over the television 24/7.
Shame on them for allowing themselves to be exposed to mood altering wave frequencies cast at them from power lines, cell phone towers, and satellites.
Shame on them for trusting leaders who always seemed to have their best interests at heart on the surface -- not unlike yourself, Tough Love. Shame on them for doing their best to honor their parents who had been brainwashed before them.
Shame on them for failing to resist and for falling victim to the law which had been taken out of their hands by the British Crown and the Roman Papacy at the very inception of their country and shame on them for believing all the lies George Washington told them about their independence (I mean they really should've known better, shouldn't they), lies which are still pushed as truth by all their history books even to this day.
Shame on them for allowing themselves to be victims of water fluoridation and the medical/pharmaceutical/agrochemical industries covertly poisoning their bodies and dulling their minds.
Shame on them for allowing an education system to be created which covertly re-enforced all their slave programming and procedurally dumbed down their children generation after generation, eroding all their capacity for resistance.
Shame on them for paying taxes because they didn't want to get locked in a cage, because the majority of that tax money covertly went to killing innocents to further empower the slave keepers, tightening their stranglehold on the world and on the slaves that paid the tax, and allowed the slave keepers to fund huge unacknowledged black projects in the name of National Security as well as to fund the civilly engineered structural violence of an economic system that kept most of them in poverty.
Shame on them for allowing themselves to be convinced that National Security meant security for them instead of their slave masters.
Shame on them for Shame on them for falling victim to forces more powerful than them -- who had guidance, assistance, and technology from offworld species, the depths of whose cruelty they could not imagine, let alone their very existence acknowledge as real.
Shame on them for not allowing themselves to be helped more from the positive offworld beings, whose direct intervention has been stopped cold by the fact that the entire solar system is held hostage with toplet bombs rigged to blow if outside positive forces intercede in the enslavement agenda.
Shame on them for not knowing all of this, especially when it was all done behind the scenes and the information locked away where they would never see it.
Shame on them for not having the TIME to do all the research to find out their entire world is a lie; shame on them for being so naive as to have faith that everyone's not out to get them; shame on them for spending that time instead on trying to have some fun amidst this miserable existence when they're not struggling to survive it.
Might as well shame the kidnapping victim. Should've known not to be in that place at that time.
Might as well shame the rape victim. Shouldn't have dressed or talked or walked that way.