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Maybe the surveillance state is the way to awaken the sleeping masses?

Billy Corgan said that AJ needed to reach people in other ways that "hit home" to them (the example BC used was someone seeing a news story involving someone they actually knew in real life).

I agree w/ him and my feeling is that once people start waking up to ANY facet of what has been going on (e.g. in the economy, politics, etc) that if they follow that lead, they'll eventually fall all the way down the rabbit hole. For me, it was economics that led me to learning about politics, history, etc.

I know a lot of people feel overwhelmed by economics so they can't really be convinced any economic arguments (since they don't feel they understand any of it). But I think surveillance probably would "hit home" with almost everyone.

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Everyone has their pet issue,

Everyone has their pet issue, and TPTB are attacking on all fronts. I think for most people it is just a matter of time before their bubble is breached.

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Time to INVESTIGATE the investigators of 9/11. PROSECUTE the prosecutors. EXPOSE the cover-up.

Maybe, maybe not

" But I think surveillance probably would "hit home" with almost everyone."

Not so sure about that, since a lot of people seem to have the "only people with something to hide care about being watched" mindset, often coupled with the "everything changed after 9/11 blah blah blah" mindset.

Although, sometimes that can be countered by asking them; why it is that the ones who want to watch everyone else never want to be watched? (cops, "transparent" government, etc.)

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