Okay, here’s how the game works. What game, you may ask? The game to keep you…stupid.
Let’s start with the latest news about what are being called “strange doings” on none other than our life sustaining sun. “Researchers are puzzled,” according to the article.
So, naturally, we can refer to information published by Billy Meier, from his 533rd contact, almost two years ago. Certainly not all of the information in that conversation is new, or previously unknown to scientists. But do notice that Meier seemed to have spelled things out well enough that one would wonder just why we’re told that, “There is no scientist alive who has seen a solar cycle as weak as this one,” in the new report.
In his discussion with Ptaah, Meier said, “The cycle may under certain circumstances even entirely fail to appear. The conspiracy theories regarding the sun, so too the fear and catastrophe scenarios of an up to now unsuspected and enormous activity of the sun in the year 2012 or sometime around this year, could actually turn out to be the opposite.”
What does this have with the game to keep you stupid? The game of the sophists and skeptics is such that not only will they look to criticize any details of Meier’s information, which of course is fair game to a point (and I will give an example of the more than great lengths to which they will go in a moment) but they both miss things of enormous importance and also regard them with much derision. I refer to the regard for both common sense and the concept of means, motive and opportunity that has often been popularized in TV detective shows…but is nonetheless the stuff of serious consideration, especially when Meier himself is so casually accused of outright dishonesty by the various skeptics and naysayers.
So ponder this, when did…you first know about the information that’s apparently “puzzling” the scientists? And not only why didn’t you know, if I am guessing correctly, and why weren’t you publishing information about it almost two years ago, but why was this man, Billy Meier doing so? Really, why? And, of course in so many, many instances…how did Meier gain the foreknowledge of the events and discoveries?
Now the skeptics try to deal with these very real-world questions by basically dismissing them. After all, real “scientists” (such as they presume themselves to be) want just want the hard facts, peer review and all that….right? In their tidy, cynical little worlds, there are no contributing circumstances, extensive paper trails, no previous copyrights, etc., to deal with. A perfect example of course is the hatchet job, on not only the facts but also on all reason,done by the noted pseudoscientist, Stuart Robbins, and his skeptical henchman regarding Meier’s Jupiter information.
Read it for yourself – if you want a perfect example of just how keeping people stupid works. Note the extreme contortions that Robbins and a fellow skeptic went to try to disallow, dismiss and discredit Meier’s use of the word “ring”…despite the fact that it’s used no less than 45 times by a scientist in this paper. Of course Robbins also censored my own post pointing this out.
Earlier, when Robbins had floated another desperate, half-baked explanation for UFO sightings and films, he made certain to prevent people from seeing just how easily Meier’s broad daylight UFO film clip, from 1976, demolished that pathetic attempt to…keep people stupid.
If keeping people stupid wasn’t actually institutionalized, if it wasn’t the standard operating principle of so many levels of our society – and if it wasn’t so demonstrably successful (think about this too) – there’d be no point in carrying on about it. Perhaps you’ll see the point in this article, perhaps not. But if you actually take the time and trouble to dig into the voluminous evidence that shows that one man on Earth is, as astrophysicist David Froning put it, “being cued by some very knowledgeable scientists”, maybe you’ll decide for yourself just who those scientists must be and also take a firm stand against each and every relentless, cynical attempt to sell you…stupidity.