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reply to post by AccessDenied
I don't want to give them info overload or make them paranoid.
Every single one of us call 911 and claim there is a gunman in our office/school. If you work, do it when you're at work. If you go to school (high school or college), do it while at school.
Call the cops and claim that there is a gunman wandering around the campus. The cops will come and when they don't find him/her, they will arrest you. Before (while) they arrest you, I want to you to talk to them calmly. Show them the hypocrisy in this country.
They are arresting you for making a false claim (while not under oath), that put no one's life in danger .
When one dares to dig beneath the surface of governmental programs to reveal undisclosed purposes, he or she is usually met with charges of being a "paranoid" defender of "conspiracy theories." More often than not, such an accusation silences the questioner, as it is designed to do. I long ago came to the conclusion that those who chastise others for spouting "conspiracy theories" tend to do so because they don’t want the implications of their own schemes revealed to the public. "Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!," intoned the Wizard of Oz, an admonition designed to intimidate the inquisitive into silence.
"...why the masses have little choice but to interpret their clarity as insanity..."
I'd say that it has always been that way, however. Some of my earliest memories of spending time in a library was stacking a table full of books on UFO's and the Loch Ness Monster (this was before the internet). I'd read the books cover to cover and multiple times. I must have only been in second or third grade then.
Originally posted by Justin Oldham
The "Conspiracy Theorist" label doesn't have the same meaning today that it used to. It's more of a postive than it used to be. I am not ashamed of it.
Originally posted by conxposer
oh....you're one of those coincidence theorists...?