Yeah, we need to consider all options, and from the way the available ones are looking, it's pretty likely that if something works it will be an idea that's not in play at this time.
I'm not convinced the lock down deal is going to work. There's a balance of energies holding this particular kernel of reality in place that may be more unstable than it appears at the surface. It seems safe to assume that if there are hyperdimensional control freaks with the means to create a prison planet, there is a more or less equal balance of hyperdimensionals (or some other balancing force) preventing it's implementation. I'd even go as far as to say that some of those balancing hyperdimensionals are ourselves. I think we're all involved up to our eyelids, which is why we're here and not only experiencing it, but actively looking into it to try to understand what it is.
Interesting points, and I definitely do agree that this could be the likely possibility.
So for now, I'm encouraging everyone to get out and vote in the way that will most irritate the hyperdimensionally based power structure.
This leads us back to the idea that candidates placed before us, no matter how seemingly opposed they appear, playing for their seemingly different teams, have in fact been selected by the higher Powers That Be and placed before us. Which means it wouldn't matter who you chose -none of your choices are going to irritate anybody in power, not when they allowed that candidate to make it to the final voting finish line.
Back to David Icke 101 for you! "Presidents are not E-lected, they're SE-lected." David Icke has his faults, but I'm with him on this one. Nobody is just "allowed" to become a candidate for presidency and make it that far along in the voting process. Nobody. You can be really rich, yet a total nobody,and you're still not going to make it, not unless you're really "in" with TPTB in some way, their puppet/tool/pawn, or bloodline apparently. If it's true that more than 3/4 of the Presidents of the U.S. had interconnected genetics and/or genes that traced back to the Royal family, Charlemagne and the like, then that says it all.
Something to keep in mind is that a lot of these supposed "breath of fresh air" candidates say a lot of things that sound good even to the semi-awake people, but they're still not truly cutting to the meat of the issues going on in this reality. The BIG issues. They can't though. If they did they wouldn't last two seconds on the campaign trail. And I'm thinking that's the case with Ron, although I'll have to go back and track down some of his speeches and listen to more of what he's saying. I've only heard part of one so far. But see, candidates who merely slam Bush or the Repubs, or criticize the Iraq war or whatever, is not going to fly. Even talking about the Federal Reserve, or the issues with the IRS/taxes and Social Security.....It's not enough. That's still surface level issues compared to the really scarey big deal stuff going on in this reality. And no puppet out there is ever going to be allowed to make it even two steps if they were to dare delve into THAT territory. So they can parade around whoever breath of fresh air they want to on those podiums and stages....but until somebody makes it past those two steps talking about the Big Deal Serious Issues of this reality and planet, then I'm not listening. !
(To clarify to people reading this: I'm not trying to tell anybody what to do, and tell people not to vote or anything, in case it comes across that way. If people want to vote, go for it. I'm only piping up because the original post of this thread wanted opinions on what we think of Ron Paul and if he could be a good candidate choice. There's no way to answer that with a "no" opinion without explaining why, and getting into all the "conspiracy" stuff. [although it's not a conspiracy to me....it just is.] )
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