Beware Of Growing Internet Fear Mongering
It seemed to be time something is said, to warn the unwary. Several years ago, the government said they would engage in counter-intelligence using the internet. And clearly they kept their word.
Lately, many of us have been receiving unbelievable, unrealistic-BS fear-mongering emails in our in-boxes. Who are the unwary people? For many, the closest to the government they ever have been was taking their tax return to the post office or visiting a historic site in WA, DC. We must take the time to turn a light on and get out a big magnifying glass before believing anything emailed to us. And at the same time, apply a hefty dose of common sense.
Below is an example of a recent email I received. This is one of many utterly unbelievable emails which quickly made the rounds to others who soon after sent to me again:
“Largest Russian Air Cargo Plane lands at secret Mexican Air Base at night. Each plane capable of carrying 500 Chinese troops. Chinese have six (6) bases under construction in Mexico and have at least one super cargo carrier converted for carrying troops.
Bases capable of supporting 600,000 Chinese troops.
China cut a deal with Mexico that they can have Texas, California up in the air, Arizona not mentioned, but Mexico drug cartel now controls a good portion of Arizona.”
(I have left out the name of the radio show also referred to in the email.) ++++++++++++
1. Are we to believe that China needs a Russian transport plane to carry their troops around? Is there suddenly a loving relationship between China and Russia the world doesn’t know about? For China to do this is equivalent to the US military asking the Australians to borrow one of their planes to move US troops.
2. Where are real photos of these converted super cargo carrier? If they have the ability to do these conversions, WHY would they be using Russian transport planes?
3. Bases supporting 600,000 Chinese troops? Apparently the creator of this piece failed to consider that a base of this size requires building a large city about the size of Detroit, MI – population 706,000 as of 2011.
4. China cut a deal? With who? Giving states away like Texas? And no one would notice this? Are millions of Texas residents sworn to silence, refusing to tell the world they have to mail their property tax payments each year to another country? Is another country going to pay BILLIONS of dollars to buy Texas – and not even change a road sign? I think not.
At first glance it all sounds alarming. But the BS alarm should go off inside the head of anyone with an IQ greater than the number of balls on a billiard table.
Someone, somewhere is cranking out much of this material. Some of this originates from alarmist, sensationalist civilians trying to pedal their radio show or Tyranny-B-Gone soap. But others may be created by more serious government personnel who’s sole purpose is to cluster-screw the civilian population.