a reply to: Peeple
That is what the history tells us. That is what the documents tell us. That is what the whistle blowers tell us.
Conspiracy Theory: belief that some covert organization is responsible for an event
The CIA are the ones who invented the term “Conspiracy Theorist” to try and cover up their involvement in the JFK murder. They tried to taint it
that if you believe in conspiracies then you are crazy.
How many lies can you find in the following Urban Dictionary quote?
A person who believes that he holds the "absolute truth" and all those around who disagree with him are either naive, oblivious to the "truth" or just
bought off by the clandestine organizations who pull the "strings of humanity" and manipulate events in order to achieve word domination. Such beliefs
along with the feeling of persecutions could be linked to paranoia and various forms of delusion. Critical thinking should not be confused with
conspiracy theorism since the supreme majority of the conspiracists believe many things that are pure fiction and are more than willing to eat up
everything that fits their story, even when that's debunked.
- A typical conspiracy theorist is characterized by belief in chemtrails, New World Order domination, Illuminati, zionists, freemasons and other
"secret" organizations, denial of the 9/11 attacks, moonlanding, climate change and many a more.
by CorruptedSoul February 28, 2016
There are at least 4.
1 If you believe in conspiracies then you may be paranoid.
2 If you believe in conspiracies then you may be delusional.
3 If you believe in conspiracies then you are not a critical thinker.
4 Saying that something is debunked means it is not true.
Now the moron that wrote the quote was at least truthful in naming himself “Corrupted Soul”, because he sure as hell is. He is also the one
covering up the conspiracy.
And of course he makes it sound like if you believe in one conspiracy you must believe in them all.
The worst part is the “debunked” statement. Anyone can say anything is debunked, but it does not mean that it is debunked; it just means that
those involved in the cover-up want it to go away.
The funny part is where he says that they are in “denial” when it is obviously him who is in denial, since he will not accept that the people who
build planes and building for a living say that it did not happen the way the government tells us it did.
And there it is, that magic word *Government*.
They are the cover-up artist. They are the liars, they are the deceivers, they are the problem.
Conspiracies are a fact of life. There is nothing odd, degrading or impossible about it. It is nothing more than at least two people secretly
conspiring to do something wrong.