Invesrorzoo: I hope that you do not think that I was posting directly to you. You and I have always been great friends. Sometimes I am just a philosophical nut.
In the hospital, very few knew who Ron Paul was. Also I am into one of those moods about fairness in this world. I will leave it at that - to keep this post short.
Investorzoo: Your link is excellent. Good stuff. I would just add this:
Mind control is the process by which individual or collective freedom of choice and action is compromised by an agent that modify or distort perception, motivation, affect, cognition and/or behavioral outcomes. It is neither magical nor mystical, but a process that involves a set of basic social psychological principles. It seems to me that at the very heart of the controversy over the existence of mind control is a bias toward believing in the power of people to resist the power of situational forces. Joe Smith a (nut case) could post on a message board that John Smith is bi and some would believe that. Even in true reality that John Smith is a caring considerate being.
Because of mind control, a decent honest person such as Ron Paul may never be elected President. It is easy to tear down a good person with intelligent meaningful caring thoughts and have others follow. The only thing that I like about Cramer's fast money show is where at the beginning it is announced "they know nothing."
Either people let their minds be controlled or their minds are completely closed due to a million factors, in which all of them is " me first."
A good study of this is compared to the way people drive their cars and drive thru red lights. Driving on the streets is no different than a message board. You don't know the other person unless you care to notice their driving skills and considerate driving manners.
The commentary at the end was equally of merit. Not a sufficient number of Americans yet understand their plight. The media has done a wondrous job of lulling the people into complacency built atop extremely fragile lies.