posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 10:13 PM
In any possible conspiracy, we - conspiracy theorists and none conspiracy theorists - always tend to follow the testimonies from any witnesses that
might come forward. After the evidence of a possible conspiracy is presented and analyzed, such as a video of an event, the views of the witnesses of
the event are analyzed to prove what may or may not have occurred.
We must beware, however, of these testimonies from witnesses because the views of certain people are seen as more credible than others. Why are the
views of people such as policemen, firefighters, and military personnel viewed as more credible than the common guy on the street? When disproving or
proving a possible conspiracy, such credible people are often interviewed in order to disprove or prove something.
Just watch any conspiracy video or any video attempting to disprove a possible conspiracy, and you can see this for yourself. To me, this is
self-evident, so I am leaving this up to you to see the evidence for yourself. I am framing this view, just so you all know, within the context of
9/11 because that, to me, is the best example of this.
Let's see some examples:
How would a policemen know more than the common guy on the street about how high/fast a plane was flying?
How would a policemen know more than the common guy on the street about the sounds of explosions?
These may not be the best examples (I thought about them just now), but I hope you can see what I am getting at.
Let's say I was making a video to prove that a conspiracy occurred. I would want to interview witnesses in such professions as law enforcement,
firefighting, and the military to prove a possible conspiracy, right? The problem with this is that I might use these witnesses to discuss things that
are not related to their professions, such as asking a police officer how high a plane was flying.
Here is the key question:
What would you believe more: a video attempting to prove a possible conspiracy filled with interviews of the common folk on the street, or a video
attempting to disprove a possible conspiracy using such people as policemen, firefighters, and military personnel?
I think many people would choose the latter.