I am relatively new to posting on this site but I have been reading posts here for a few years now. I really like the website alot despite the fact
that I really do not but into conspiracy theory. I have seen many bizzar things on this site along with some things that are very interesting. But my
question, to anyone who cares to answer, is:
Why are you a conspiracy theorist?
Since I do enjoy this site I would really like to understand better why some people believe the things they do.
Conspiracy theory and research all boils down to one thing. People want to know the truth. People find holes in the stories that are being spoon fed
to everyone and want to know the real deal. Conspiracy theories are all about just that, trying to find the truth about the things that have gone on
and are going on in the world around us. You have many different theories ranging from conservative and well thought with evidence to support it when
availible, to some that are completely out there. For me it's all about uncovering the truth. The governments of the world have lied and covered up
so much over the course of history that people don't trust what they say and want to find out and expose the real truth. In all honesty I'm
surprised that there aren't more conspiracy theorists in the world when history has shown time and time again that those in power lie to and
manipulate the people under them to further their agenda. Sorry for the long rant but basically it's all about finding the truth, and I'm sure
everyone here will say about the same thing. The search for truth is definately my driving force.
I find that the truth of things often lie in the middle of what many different people say. By comparing what the official word on an event is and what
angle a conspiracy theory takes, I can often get new insights on people, events, organizations, etc.
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