a reply to: JUhrman
You're very good at achieving the stated aim of the US Cyber Command (not saying you work there, but dang they must like you), and of course similar
services in other Western nations - namely that you participate in online discussions within alternative/conspiracy forums, in order to shape & mould
opinion, suggestive of the following 'truths'...
a) Conspiracy theory is always untrue,
b) That it is immoral to talk about potential conspiracy,
c) That to do so is damaging to the fabric of society,
d) That anyone who does so should bear the blame for any bad stuff that happens in the aftermath of an apparent 'false flag'*
*False flags, which according to your apparent, small spectrum** worldview, don't exist.
**You don't actually talk about much else - you thus seem to have a limited spectrum of interests, despite the vast wonders of the www which are
clearly at your disposal.
Can you actually persist in posting the exact same comments, phrased slightly differently according to the context, in a multitude of threads covering
a multitude of topics over a long period of time, without any concern for the fact that you may be providing a 'get out of jail free' card for
people who actually do perpetrate real & (later) proven false flag attacks of all stripes, in the interests of various closely linked factions within
governments, corporations & NGOs?
All of this under the banner of an avatar that is (on close inspection, having a little knowledge of the groundwork of such things) designed very
carefully to create a mild, subconscious apprehension (or even 'fear') in the mind of any person who simply notices it next to what you write, who
knows nothing about mind programming, flash hypnosis & the use of subliminals...
Every single time you post, it follows the same pattern. Do you not get bored? Is there a hot secretary at your place of work who makes it easier to
get through the day, every time she walks past?