Originally posted by denythestatusquo
The real threat to the site I see is the pro-debunkers and agents who are either paid to do this stuff or are in related industry and their employment
depends on maintaining the 'state lies.'
Hows that? The facts speak for themselves, either they are wrong - in which case the facts
will show that so whatever they say will still be
wrong regardless - or they may actually have a point.
When you are presented with facts and cannot find an argument to counteract them then quite often that's because they are correct, if you can
find an argument then use it - problem solved!
I'm not sure that there is a serious threat from disinformationists promoting ideas from the official side anyway (9/11 conspiracies at the forefront
of my mind as I write this) as the majority of people who believe in the more extreme conspiracies are so set in their ways they are never going to be
convinced otherwise anyway.
How many times do you see any of the suspected paid debunkers actually convince someone they are wrong? Never... So that would be a gigantic waste of
time and money that benefits no-one.
It seems hard for some people to accept that just because someone follows elements of an official story does not mean that they go for it hook, line
and sinker, nor are they defending it due to financial/job interests.
Sometimes, just maybe, if they do have involvement in that industry it may be because they know more about it than the rest of us
People are too suspicious these days to fall for the old authoritarian tactics, people know the Government are screwing them over because it's in the
papers and on the news every day, frankly they are not going to sway anyone whose suspicions have been aroused by employing someone to talk to them
like a teacher - even if what they say is right.
The only realistic way to tackle the 'problem' from their perspective these days is to swamp the scene with as much drivel as possible, this serves
to distract people away from any real issues which should be discussed, and also by promoting and making forefront some of the wildest, most
implausible theories it serves in making the whole movement look like a bunch of nutjobs to any tempted onlooker, driving them away before they
A lot of people also seem to make the consistant mistake of looking at everything in black and white, for instance I could say 'I think an airliner
hit the Pentagon', to which I usually get some sort of spouting off along the lines of 'Well if you want to believe your (not mine actually as I'm
English) Government wrap themselves up in the Stars and Stripes and do everything to protect you, and they weren't involved in any way.. blah blah
Hold the phone, I said I thought an airliner hit the Pentagon, not that I said the Government weren't involved, etc.. But so often people seem only
capable of seeing the Black and White, which is a major setback.
You need to have a variety of opinions to learn from all angles, even if there are some paid disinformationists promoting the official line on
anything then they are a huge assett
. No matter what the topic is, UFOs, 9/11, Bigfoot - if there is any chance of the truth
then having to pitch arguments against the official line/opposing views is a huge part of the whole operation.
By having people posting opposing views it forces one to research their point further, and sometimes in doing so you may find out more useful
information and leads - or you may find out you're wrong
That's something else we all have to accept, sometimes the truth
will not always be what we want it to be.