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by Fred Snider
Monday, May. 21, 2007 at 1:46 PM
They say that one man can change the world, but no one really believes that. Still, every once in a while, one pops up & does just that, & I could prove to be the next.
I can prove to be able to perceive extremely vital concepts that can profoundly affect nearly every aspect of life on our planet.
I know full well that this sounds absolutely preposterous, so I do not ask anyone to take my word for any of it. I only seek a full & fair examination & proper evalution of the evidence that I can prove able to present, before any judgments are passed.
If you automatically deem me to be mentally unsound, then arrange for me to take the MMPI-2, a complex mental evaluation, before deciding.
If anyone can somehow get this message to the rest of the world, the simple & quick solutions can begin to take effect. No one must conform, accept, or even believe to benefit, just to hear about it.
It's more a matter of what they call "infowars", than what most believe the uphill battle to stop our obviosly out-of-control military to be, as evidenced by the length of time that the efforts of the many 911-Truth organizers have been rendered fruitless.
As with the many forms of protest & prayers that went totally unheeded for over 10 years during the Viet Nam era, it's just getting worse.
Is checking out my offer really so much worse than allowing the travesties to continue unchecked, while persuing actions that appear to be more reasonable, but are failing miserably?
Alex Jones of www.infowars.com lists people expressing similar concerns as this website, but none of them seem able to truly do very much to actually put a stop to it.
Is it really asking so much, to have a fair trial, based solely on the facts, & completely devoid of any & all personal opinions, prejudgments, & preconceived notions?
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