Frankly, I think that distrust is the basis of the Traditional church today.
I agree, and I think it's a not the noblest of foundations. I've been searching high and low for other sentiments driving the Traditional movement. I've seen others, but distrust is certainly a strong driver.
That's the problem with conspiracies. They aren't advertised. If they were they wouldn't be conspiracies, now would they? And for some unfathomable reason, people these days seem to think that if they aren't advertised, they are merely theories.
True... I'm not one to think that the narrative as played out in the media is all it. Truely, the world is far more complex then the simple, easy to follow narrative presented.
So what you have here is a jury which has declared these people guilty on the evidence we have before us. It would be stupid to withhold judgment until the mainstream media confess, because they aren't going to. That's like saying no man is guilty unless he confesses. When you look at the film of the FEMA camp and listen to the eyewitness accounts, you are reviewing evidence as good or better than any in a courtroom. When you read the old teachings of the Church and read the latter day writings and see the pictures which stand in contradiction of traditional teaching, you have enough evidence for a "reasonable" man.
So you have come to some understanding and you seek validation of it in some events, reports, films etc... perfectly fine. I do the same to validate my own assumptions.
Problem is, you need, just like I need to be cautious and flexible and learn from mistakes. If your short term outlooks and expections keeps failing you, and are allways playing catchup by seeking anomalies in reported events, it's not looking to good.
If you really nailed it, and you undertand how the world turns, your bang on most of the time, and everything unfolds without much surprises.. Except of course, when a real surprise comes along.. but even then, if your model is right, your able to reconstitute and undertand why it happen. If it don't you need to sit down and re-figure out the whole thing and be willing to consider you might got it wrong. I changed my mind many times, and still do.
So, while I do not claim to know all, It's my hope through better reality model, I can demonstrate the unlikelyness of a shadow governement. That all party actually are motivated by their own geo-political situation and it all makes a perfect integrated sense, once you get it.
Pretty ambitous uh ? Yes. :dancing: