Saturday, July 10, 2010
We are the world, we are the sheeple...
Sheeple: Signs That You Might Be Part Of The Herd...
Not everyone who is unaware or uneducated on the intricacies of Globalism, Central Banking, and the NWO, is necessarily "sheeple". All of us, at one time or another, were nearly clueless as to the real workings of our government and our economy behind the proverbial curtain. I have found that many people are quite open to the information I make available as long as I make it available in a way that is not immediately overwhelming for them, and as long as I present solid evidence to back every claim that I relate. It is very important to be able to make the distinction between those who are brazenly dim-witted, and those who simply have not been adequately exposed to the facts.
Below, I will list my observations on the various 'types' of sheeple, and how to recognize them. Keep in mind some people might fall into more than one category.
The 'Happy-Go-Lucky' Sheeple:
Also known as the "Yuppie". Life is a party for these folks. As long as they are not affected by the immediate circumstances of the troubles surrounding them, they couldn't care less about politics, economics, war, or governmental deceit. They may even be aware of the terrible facts behind a certain issue, but as long as the routine of their mundane existence remains intact, they will have little motivation to effect changes in their thinking or their world. In fact, some 'Happy-Go-Lucky' Sheeple ENJOY a random catastrophe or two, because it gives them conversational fodder for the small-talk around the water cooler that they love so much. Their primary drives are unchecked consumerism (the accumulation of useless things), and emotionally empty sexual exchanges (the accumulation of false self-confidence). Most of what they know about the world they derive from watching fifteen minutes of mainstream television news a day. They often parrot talking points they overheard on MSNBC or CNN, and rarely have an original thought.
I have found that these men and women are normally from upper middle-class, white collar families. They have likely been coddled and sheltered from the suffering that goes on outside of the affluent bubble they were born into, and have probably never had to truly struggle for anything in their lives, giving them an audacious sense of entitlement. Plenty of these people break out of this one track thinking pattern on their own. I have known quite a few. But others will refuse to see the obvious unless confronted with the prospect that they personally might lose something if they do not take action.