posted on Apr, 19 2015 @ 10:26 PM
I'm not afraid of any of these conspiracies and I've experienced things that would make this little boy-man piss his pants.
Acknowledging uncomfortable aspects of reality obviously isn't about being afraid of the reality of those very same aspects. It doesn't even make
sense, chaos and randomness isn't necessarily scarier just because of a random factor. Finding out that there are sinister connections involved is
scarier simply by virtue of there being sinister plots and machinations involved because it confirms a negative reality. There is nothing scarier
about mundane random acts or incidents of violence, it's just a normal aspect of reality taken for granted by everyone, and if someone finds that
scary I suggest they barricade themselves in their homes and give up life.
I don't cower at the reality of thousands of people dying, maybe this wimp should stop projecting his feebleness on others and realize that ignoring
increasingly untenable gaping holes in the popular narrative of society because of the uncomfortableness of it is the real situation here. Facing
reality hasn't generally been a common human trait and this guy is thinking he's sober because of his ignorance and or denial. The enormous
collusion going on at the highest levels of power in this World should be enough to raise the eyebrows of any truly rational person.
Yeah, I'm real scared of random violence. Even the simple prospect of it renders me delusional and frozen in fear. Again, this lily ass needs to stop
projecting his hilariously sensitive sense of fear. I've heard this tenuous accusation before and I don't buy it because one of the core aspects of
the conspiracy theory community is immersion in fear, in fact, taking it way past reason at times. And that's supposed to be a reaction of fear
before the sinister horror of random mundane violence? Violence that any 10 year old in the World would realize is a common occurrence on our
Pfft... weak. There are far more worse horrors than thousands or millions of people dying in mundane disasters, this guy hasn't even begun sampling
the wider vistas of reality all around him and he wants to talk about fear. It's cute.
He's nothing but a conventional fool and his opinion will only be given credit by the innocent and the naive.