Anyone ever wonder why we (loonies who subscribe to various conspiracy theories) always feel like we end up beating our heads against the wall?
I strongly feel that the majority of these types (myself included) take a wholly wrong approach to the subject.
First I'll give emphasis to two particular conspiracies;
John F. Kennedy, one of the oldest conspiracies that we actually deal with today because there are still quite a few of us (not me) around who lived
during this event. Plus, it was filmed...in its entirety.
Now admitedly, I don't give this one a bunch of thought. I simply chose it because it is EASILY one of the most important ones out there.
Two things strike me...and that is all it took to convince me. The rest matters not to me. 1) His type of car was changed from a hard-top to a
convertable the day before he Paraded through Dallas. 2) The Secret Service were called off the back of his car.
The Government was involved, as they are the only ones capable of these decisions - period.
9-11, I have a personal story about this one that I have posted here before but will not here because it matters not. All of the motives and
possibilities around who may have been behind this matters not, except to say the Government was involved and here is why I feel this way (once again,
1) The towers fell as if in a controlled fall due to a 'fire.'
2) Amazingly there weren't any jets around to intercept during the SIXTY MINUTE interval between knowledge of loss of contact and about face. They
were on a training mission dealing with this exact scenario... To me, this means that the Government at the very least knew about it and at worst,
carried it out.
Now, here is the question. How do they get away with it. I'll tell you... They get away with it because they simply don't hear your side. They
refuse to even address it. "If you tell a lie enough times it will be believed to be true."
It is much easier to do when you don't have an opposing view.
So the premise is simple. We change our approach. We don't approach people. Instead, we wait for people to bring something up. ANYTHING.
Surely it happens to many people here daily. Someone mentions something about the Government.
Do you really want to open their eyes? Here is how. Consider what it is they said as completely unimportant and give them a simple retort about how it
is BS and why, in as few words as possible.
Then you go back to what you were doing.
The point is that it takes something like that. It may be slightly immoral, as you are playing on their psyche, but what you are literally doing is
reprogramming their minds. Remember, this is precisely what the Government does on a massive scale. But if you turn it back on them in large enough
numbers, I think it can work wonders.
When you approach someone with information about these things they feel as if they are being preached to. When they approach you in dialogue and you
disregard it as foolish, they are inclined to want to know why.
I have taken this approach lately and it is amazing the response I have received from it where as before I was simply laughed at.
"If you tell a lie enough times it will be believed as true."
Don't shy away from it, instead wait for the opportunity to insert your lie and deny your opposition.
And always remain gracious otherwise. Nobody wants a guy who preaches to them and makes them feel small. Be friendly, but when the time arises,
pounce. In like manner.
Thanks for the consideration.
PS - An example. The other day at work my boss tells me out of the blue: "I don't understand why people want to fight against Universal Health
Care." I say, because the Government will use it to kill you.
And then went back to filling out my time sheet.
Well then he had to know why I thought that way.
I was actually able to use an argument that he would LISTEN TO!
Food for thought perhaps.
[edit on 10-8-2009 by JayinAR]