But seriously, folks. I like this way of journaling. In this age of massive information exchange, the only way to hide is in plain sight. As Tom Clancy is so fond of saying in his phonebook-sized "books," the CIA's main problem is not acquiring information but collating it. Thus it follows that the thicker your file the less likely it is that you can be successfully identified. Right? Right?
The two things wrong with conspiracy theories is that
- they assume that everyone is organized
- they assume that there is a plan in the first place.
I mean, what more could the corporate oligarchy want than the mass-enslavement of most of the world's population, total control of its wishes, dreams and avenues of expression and the subsequent dearth of any leader of consequence?
Oh, I do go on.