ForThePromptless – S. 2, Ep. 2 – Vision Board
That one guy, he stole my hat. I knew I didn’t misplace it!
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Totally makes me think of Bohemian Grove. Go, globalists, go! Woot! Nice entrails, btw.
…it shouldn’t… because I really don’t think the IMF has any vision or master plan at all. I honestly think all those guys are fumbling idiots. Ill-bloomin-blarney! Ha, ha, lol : )
Right on. Basically, I can’t say I’d feel very comfortable openly mocking them if I believed they were in fact so supremely baddass.
So no, I DO NOT tremble in terror at the thought of a malevolent shadow gov’t, NWO, Ill-bloomin-barney, Scottish Rite/York Rite Freemasons, Bilderbergers, Blue Man Group, or any of the countless other nefarious clubs that are up to no good behind closed doors. The conspiracy theories themselves are entertaining at best (though, I can’t say there aren’t a few scenarios I believe are feasible, if not outright obvious, but that’s really beside the point). The balls-to-the-wall ‘conspiracy nuts’ don’t bother me either, unless they’re blaring Alex Jones in my face and telling me that I need to WAKE UP AND ASK OBAMA TO COME CLEAN ABOUT HIS BIRTH CERTIFICATE BLADADABLAABLAAAAAA! sorry ’bout that.. lost control
. But I’ll tell you what I DO find unnerving: it’s that those guys DO exist, and they ARE fumbling idiots, and they ARE in stations of power, and to top it off — they ACTUALLY believe the bizarre things that they believe. Fools in foil hats sitting around together believing that bad old rich men are taking over the world is really of no consequence at all. On the other hand, a bunch of bad old rich men sitting around together believing that Enoch charged them with the responsibility to see to it that 2/3 of the human population is eliminated at 11:11am next Tuesday is a tad disturbing. If they share such a belief, I for one would maybe like to know what kind of secrets they’re whispering to each other while giving each other silly hand shakes until eventually a red button gets pushed inciting a nuclear holocaust across the globe. Dr. Strangelove handles this concept (to some degree) fairly well.
Believe what you will, but belief is intensely powerful. It really can (and does) influence significant change in the world. And if the beliefs are crazy enough, then crazy things are bound to follow.
Not that I believe any of this, though. Wait a minute. I think they’re controlling my mind, man! Or…this is some REALLY killer bud.
What were we talking about, again? Entrails or something, right?
Oh, you beauty! lol : )x
…and that people, is why it’s called a Vision Board! #amiright ?! : )
Ah Mate, it’s official Best Friends Forever… I’ll set ‘em up and you knock down! #URBRILLIANT : )
Well done! 🙂 Although the entrails make me a bit queasy, 😉
Yes, it really is disgusting : ) lol
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