a reply to: Argentbenign
"I remember the times when my friends called me with joking names, when I was sharing what interesting topics I've read about in conspiracy books, or
occult papers. This was maybe twenty years ago.
At the TV the mainstream was also joking every time with similar ideas. That counts for my area - eastern EU at the time.
Yet around 2000-2005, things started rapidly to change. American shows like "to outer limit" "x-files" and other supernatural propaganda became
something accepted by mainstream media.
Even it was on TV in prime time. I was not realizing this sudden change back then, but as I look back now, it was too quick, too determined to be on
chance. And yes - an answer came to me, at the time the owners of most biggest TV channels got changed.
Rupert Murdoch bought most of them with his octopus companies. That explains why we got this sudden input change.
But today I got really laughing with the news on my windows phone. The beta AI there(Cortana) asks you when firstly activated, what news you like. I
chose history and science topics.
So the AI daily suggest me some news from the field.
Yet today the first suggestion was This. I am asking myself when it happened that conspiracies, so much controversial, unproved, speculative became a
topics of science news sites. Even the god da#n windows phone suggests to read them. Isn't this supposed to be a thing for which a friend would call
you with funny names, like the numerous times in the past I had.
Isn't this something that should be looked with suspicious eye, by at least the science news sites. When conspiracies, especially the modern ones
became so viral that ANYONE whit science interests can see them on the front page on his phone feed?
What's next... Cortana introducing me the flat earth theory? Or MSN with collaboration of History channel does a Mandela Effect show, based on
connection between CERN and Stichin's Annunaki?
Every second time I go visit my parents, there is some ETs show at the TV, and nevermind people watch it mostly for the fun, it becomes so much
regular, that it is at the border with danger.
What about the next generation!? Who is gonna be there for them to explain them the difference between a real conspiracy and the helium filed mumbo
jumbo going viral.
Who would tell them that both fascism and socialism were money scam, who would tell them how eight snipers were needed to execute JFK. Who would put
on their table valuable read, like Solaris, instead of that Star Trek brainwash. Who would explain them the laws of nature. Who would distinguish for
them the real occult knowledge from the various mystic cults, sects, new-age brainlesness called esotericism and modern magic of computer games, fully
swallowed by flimsy figures sending fireballs from their palms. Who would be the shaman of this new age? The gray alien, or the mantis one? For sure
it won't be the rightful one - reason.
edit on 3-10-2016 by Hecate666 because: (no reason given)
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