Friday, December 10, 2010


I was just watching the morning news and the question was asked...."What would you do if you saw a pregnant woman drinking alcohol in a bar?" I have observed the media questioning the public, in this manner, concerning other issues also. It may sound innocent enough but are we being taught to judge others according to popular views, which the media instills in us.... and then encouraged to tell the authorities?

In this particular news segment there was an actress in a bar that was made to look pregnant and she kept ordering hard drinks.She was going overboard. Women who were watching began to get concerned and told the actress what they thought. While this concern is normal and I feel that it is ok to express concern....there is a deeper concern lurking in the behavior of the media.

The government/media is trying to appear as if it cares about us when we know that they are ultimately manipulating us for their own purposes.For's ok to abort babies but it's not ok to drink while pregnant. It's ok to inject pregnant mothers and babies with toxic poisons, such as with the mercury and formaldehyde in vaccines....but it's not ok to have a couple of drinks while pregnant.

It's ok to dose babies and young children with fluoride through the drinking water, toothpaste and dental treatments. It's ok to feed children sugar and other processed foods...etc....etc.

The social engineers are busy at work. Be wary and be observant and don't let them manipulate you. So...I feel that the main issue here is not that the government/media cares about our children and loves them but that the government is seeking more control over our children while at the same time allowing the parents less input and control.If we don't stand up to this subtle creeping invasion of family privacy, the family will lose its place in society.

1 comment:

  1. For some reason your site loads with difficulty - from where I am, anyway.
    Social Engineering from Hell, very true!
    Soviet Union (Communist State): newborn babies are taken away immediately, brought for breastfeeding only. New mothers stay in the maternity hospital for some 10 days or longer.
    Yet, we were so caring in less important ways, a stranger in street (often a grandma) could rebuke you in a public place if you wear smth. not warm enough: you'll catch cold!
    Medical tests and vaccinations were compulsory. We always thought it was for our good.


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