Is the U.S. goverment (or any goverment) trying to control our beliefs?
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July 19, 2019 / By Liane Question:
The goverment still wants to deny that Area 51 exist, even though there is plenty of proof.
What they are trying to hide from us only shows that they want to control knowledge and not reveal what developments science offers.
Some people base their beliefs on what science can tell us.
By blocking discoveries that might educate us in certain truths, is the goverment trying to control our beliefs, which might change, if the truths were revealed?
Area 51, also known as Dreamland, The Ranch, The Box, Watertown Strip, and Groom Lake, is a 6 mile by 10 mile tract of desert land, located between two mountain ranges 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas. The name 'Area 51' is a nickname supplied by local researchers (the government has no official name and refuses to acknowledge its existence).
Popular Mechanics suggested in 1997 that Area 51 was a has-been, and that all the really secret stuff had been moved to "Area 6413" in White Sands, Utah. UFO buffs insist there is no Area 6413.
Best Answers: Is the U.S. goverment (or any goverment) trying to control our beliefs?
Julie | 9 days ago
Government, like most any organization you can think of, is trying to shape your opinion all the time, so yes, they are trying to control our beliefs. Let's look at post 9/11 events;
Even though the President himself has said that there is NO connection between Saddam Hussein and 9/11, a December 29 2006 Harris poll found that 41% of Americans believed he did. That's amazing control of what we believe. After being sold on an idea, we hang onto it even in the face of the bare facts...even when the person who sponsored the story recants it.
Government is always involved in crafting thought. Recall the litter commercials of the 1970's...the anti-smoking campaigns of recent years...every aspect of government is some way tied to what you think. It's not all bad, but it is how things work.
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Originally Answered: Ten reason why the goverment should regulate gun control?
I'll try. First--background checks on legit purchases are NOT always done--if so--not correctly.
Second, there are too many accidental murders---especially with children.
Third--THE UNDERGROUND Supply will unfortunately always be a SICK part of the world we live in....Can we change that???
Fourth, Humans tend to react out of anger----it is easy to say what you or I would do---but if one had access to gun---out of anger or fear or???? WHAT if we slipped and killed a person whom we were only REALLY ANGRY AT!!!!!!
5. Yes, there should be a chip implanted to all REGISTERED GUN owners (as well as SEX OFFENDERS) so they can be located anytime, anywhere!
6. Look at demographics, homicides----they are only on the RISE!!!!!!
7. WAR---needed to a degree---but how many sons were sent home to parents n a body bag?????
8. School shootings----NOT believable to many---BUT real---, how can we change this????? Metal detectors in all schools???? Look how long it takes to go to local courthouse. But some of the schools I teach at have them---they need to add extra time to day---to do it properly!!!
9. HONEST government officials needed. They can cover anything----BUT gun control SHOULD BE handled BY THE RIGHT PERSON--also with a microchip!!!!!
10. Lastly, I think that guns SUCK!!!!! If a person wants to really kill a person---because of advances in DNA they will NEVER get away with it. Guns are very, very scary to me. As are knives---anyone can buy--i.e. Swiss Army Knife...
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The government does not deny the existance of a base where Area 51 is. They deny the "proof" of what others say happens or happened there. Contrary to what you might think, not everything that happens at government bases are for the entire world to know about.
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Do you really think our government is capable of hiding much of anything? A president can't even keep secret what he ate for dinner. Clinton's sex life was blabbed all over this country and the world. Nixon couldn't hide his involvement in Watergate. You give our government too much credit.
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Oh, come on...
You're talking about an entity that DOES exist, that DOES try to control our beliefs, on a forum such as "R&S", where intangible and unprovable Religious beliefs run rampant???
(Better watch out, or "crimsonandclover" is gonna get'cha, gonna get'cha now!)
At any rate, it's Hotter in Vegas than it ever will be in the "kitchen", or in "Hell"!!!
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I don’t think so. I think that are government is pretty fair with regard to letting us believe what we want. Are you a member of some kind of militia?
As for countries besides the U.S., I don't know.
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Originally Answered: Is our Goverment being Fair?
Government is inherently unfair.
Abolish welfare and other government aid programs, which are ridiculous, useless, wasteful, and a form of slavery. These types of 'public assistance' are best left to the private sector which can more effectively provide such assistance without ulterior motives.
You could stop paying taxes as a petition for redress, though this subject is still unanswered by the Supreme Court. See: http://www.givemeliberty.org/RTPLawsuit/InfoCenter.htm