Rhetoric. It is a curious thing. For someone, like Suzanne, to continue alluding to very old-world consciousness with things such as money and war, it makes me wonder where her head is at. Of course, using such rhetoric is a call to arms for her followers to shake their heads, tut-tut and send me abusive emails. Whatever. I have broad shoulders. But what really concerns me is that Suzanne, Nancy and the latest Robbert fanatic – Janet Ossenbard – judge mine and others protestations as an act of ‘war’. How dare we question! How dare we not bow down to the High Priestesses of Crop Circledom! Because according to Suzanne, if she reports it, then we are not to question it. If she reports it, it must be true!
‘Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence’ – sadly Suzanne et al do not think that this applies to them, they also believe that to question them renders you an enemy combatant. Yet they are all for questioning when it suits them. They want you to question what is going on in the world. They want you to question why the media ‘ignores’ crop circles. They want you to question ‘reality’. But please do not question the answers they provide. As for evidence, a report on the BLT site is hardly scientific evidence.
History is littered with people who questioned the beliefs of the time. That is what myself and others are doing. I have always believed in questioning the answers. But, Suzanne, avoiding issues through pointless rhetoric is a tad pathetic. So call it war if you want and I will play along with your childish rhetoric for now…
Coming soon: A Stealth bomber about to carpet bomb the bejesus out of yours and Robberts claims. Also, a laser guided missile detailing the man-made circles on ‘Thrive’. Then ending the conflict with a special forces ground assault on the man-made circles within Suzanne’s film.
Like all good wars, it will be all over by Christmas….