I truly believe that most of mankind is fully stark raving bonkers even if only collectively, and the ones far less so ironically are commonly labelled and regarded as crazy. Lol
Now that surely IS a little direct jab. I don't ever attempt to make my points this way personally.I think the ones commonly regarded as crazy are usually crazy, too, just like the hardline normies. It's a cry for attention. It's a breakdown and abandonment of logic for a desperate attempt at getting any response whatsoever. It's a tacit concession to the dominant narrative. It's suppressed truth distorted by polarization. In short, it is what They want.
The least crazy people are usually quite low key, silenced, marginalized. And suppressed truth leaks out with a slow, laborious process of doubt and the nurturing of uncertainty, not with headlines of alien overlords and flat earth.
Now that surely IS a little direct jab. I don't ever attempt to make my points this way personally.
I never actually ever once said or implied either ftr that we live on a flat Earth.
It shows how people don't pay attention. Because I never postulated this at all.
Alien overlords. Who knows? Us? Dumbed down miseducated easy control through money, energy, war, food, law etc going "downhill" (an old English phrase for past 40) before we can really in honesty deduce much, let alone act upon it, patching up life's errors in many cases paying bills.
So how likely are we to know anyway?
Regardless I don't think about that. Nanotech is utterly real though. That no way came from man every man is comprised of it.
I've seen the evidence in myself, recorded it clearly. Freaky stuff. We are part technological inherently but not by nature.
That's fully fair.It wasn't a direct jab. I would've responded the same to that comment regardless of who wrote it and the post history. I used flat earth as an example and i haven't seen you post about that subject.
"Who knows?" is my point.