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group think and blind submission.. 87% of the population formulate their belief structure according to other people's ideas.. . only 13% formulate their beliefs on logic and evaluation.. and sadly the two greatest factors that lead to the ignorance of the public are as follows: group think. it is a term to describe a group unwilling to look beyond the overall consensus of the herd. many times it is out of a lack of drive or ambition to ask original questions to arrive at genuine answers but more importantly and dangerously it is also an occurrence that spawns from the fear of looking foolish in front of peers.. both religion and politics are forms of group think.. words such as patriotism and faith are both fancy words that ultimately mean blind submission. is it not considered by many "unpatriotic" to question the words of our leader? so the fear of upsetting the superior higher power has forced the herd to practice group think regardless of what it leads to.. one of the greatest examples of group think is the stigma given to conspiracy theories.. the phrase "conspiracy theory" gives a distinct impression to the average person the jfk assassination, area 51, roswell, government cover~ups, strange disappearances ie. jimmy hoffa . these subjects probably sound too much like fantasy for the average person and it is quite understandable. they are supposed to sound made up throughout the mistranslation of time and embellishment of these stories. facts were added or omitted , some may be true and some may be false, but one thing is for sure, the global secret needed to remain hidden yet began emerging among the public. the best cover~up is to embellish or alter the story until it sounds ludicrous. so what happens when the secret involves the government? and the government has intimate ties to the mainstream media , and the mainstream media has been proven to sway at least 80% of the public's opinion, the logic is undeniable. the media in every form has been put in place to make people feel stupid for even keeping an open mind towards conspiracy theories - movies, books, fairy tales and folklore are all tools to make the average person feel insane for supporting or believing in a conspiracy - why shouldn't they? our leaders have no problems telling us not to investigate or believe in these theories. in one of bush's first speeches on 911 "let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of sept the 11th malicious lies that attempt to shift the blame away from the terrorists themselves.." http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1131942400352901009 33:03 - 36:33 just think about it..

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Star Spangled Banner by Whitney Houston http://youtube.com/watch?v=wupsPg5H6aE

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Ron Paul is what this country needs to save our constitution..

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Ron Paul has the answer..

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