The political views of John Kerry never interested me so I did not bother investing any energy into his campaign. Once I learned that he was a member of the "Skull and Bones", a part of the Illuminati, I knew that he was not a man to be trusted, despite his campaign promises; an anti-war Vietnam Veteran who spoke of killing the "terrorists" and sending another 40 thousand troops into Iraq.
The whole political party system - the Democrats and the Republicans - is no doubt one in the same. The whole voting process is a deceptive ploy, a very effective way to give us the illusion that there is democracy in america and that people have the power. People often become irate when they hear that someone does not use their democratic right to vote, but in light of the last two elections, what difference did it make?
Upon learning that Kerry was a member of this elitist secret society it became evident that he and Bush were "brothers" of the "Great White Brotherhood" that go way back, that have an ironclad pact between them, and an agenda to carry out. Knowing this it also became evident that Bush would remain president - despite whether or not he actually received the vote of the people - to continue putting into place the agenda to manipulate and control the world and its resources. I think that Kerry knew all along that he would not win the election.
Post election this all seems more than plausible after witnessing how quickly Kerry conceded and congratulated Bush on his win. Perhaps Kerry was hand picked to play the role of contender against Bush because he would put up a good fight, and graciously bow out right after Bush was declared winner, before all of the ballots had even been counted. Of course, a brother of the Illuminati would do this, as part of the pact, for the Brotherhood.
Already we feel small in the scheme of things, but against the Illuminati we feel even more insignificant. There is no fighting and winning when up against the government despite our continued efforts and failed attempts. People like Michael Moore are allowed to carry on, to again give us the illusion of freedom of speech.
But as a personal opinion re Michael Moore, I think that he has done some brilliant work on educating us about important social issues, but I am not sure which side of the fence he is truly on. I liked elements of his film "Bowling for Columbine" but feel that he missed the boat on the real reason for the school shootings, namely the psychotropic drugs that most of the kids involved in the shootings were or had been medicated with. Was he turning our attention away from the pharmaceutical companies and towards guns as the culprits a way to protect these murderous wealthy corporations? Lets face it, there is a big push to medicate and therefore placate the masses, to keep us dumbed down for fear that we will rise up! And there is a lot of pressure being put on these pharmaceutical giants in a growing awareness of the suicidal and homicidal nature of these drugs.
With re to his film Fahrenheit 9/11, I feel that he left out a lot of very pertinent information as to what really happened. What I find most disturbing and downright dangerous is his endorsement of what our govermentment has told us, that the "Saudis" were the terrorists responsible for the attack on america. Moore is enjoying a pretty big and growing audience. People admire and respect his work and believe what he has to say; he has influence. So his insistence that the Arabs are to blame is a very reckless lie to perpetuate. I cannot help but wonder if he may be allowed to do what he does and even protected in exchange for disseminating this racist propaganda.
I do not claim to know enough about the inner workings of the Illuminati to say what it is really all about, but I do feel that it helps answer a lot of questions re what is going on in the world. I am not suggesting that we lay down and become passive in the belief that we are powerless against such an enormous machine, but neither do I think that we possess the kind of power that it takes to fight something this big and monstrous. Not in the way that we want to anyway such as smashing the system and starting a revolution to create a new government.
What I do think is, despite whatever this secret society does or is, it has but one *true* purpose: to illuminate, enlighten and transcend, to help wake us up!, to help move us towards a personal and planetary rEvolution.
Let's face it, since Bush took office four years ago there has been a slow rousing of the masses. Thanks to him and his administration more people than anytime in history have taken to the streets in protest. It is said that the dreams with the most to teach us are the nightmares, the ones that really get us to sit up and pay attention. This administration and their tactics are quite nightmarish indeed, but it is causing people to sit up, to pay attention, and to question.
More than anytime in history, with rampant hunger, homelessness and violence against nature and the earth's inhabitants, we need a strong jolt to wake us from our slumber, to arouse us from our stupor and call us to the front lines. Perhaps the real task of the Illuminati is nothing more than the catalyst to help illuminate the injustices that keep us prisoners of a corrupt and greedy system. It becomes our goal then to protest in some form as a way to evolve towards unity with all living beings.