A thought just occurred to me. People like Alex Jones and Jason Bermas, and, David Icke, and other people are all said to be disinfo agents by
certain members of the population within conspiracy theorists. Just how did this come to be? They constantly speak out against the enemy. They
constantly speak out against the new world order so they MUST be one of them.
Alex Jones does lie a little bit on show. But just because he may sensationalize news stories and always impose his own interpretation as to what
they mean all the time doesn't make him really a fraud. It just means that he needs to realize, that, by doing these things he makes himself less
credible. But people don't think he's a disinfo agent for that reason. People think he's a disinfo agent because he always has information on the
bilderberg groups and he has information and they don't criticize him for the things that they need to criticize him on (his reporting style). They
just go on about their fantasy. His detractors think he's one of the CIA because of how vast of a repertoire of information he has.
There's David Icke. David Icke is criticized by his fans and supporters alike. People who criticize David Icke often say that he's only giving you
part of the truth. Other people say he's a nut job. There are people however that will call David Icke a disinfo agent because David Icke simply
believes in reptillians and they think David Icke is hellbent on discrediting all conspiracy theories. Why do people do this? They simply think that
David Icke cannot be trusted. So rather than just be critical of him people decide to smear him and try to slander him.
There are other people out there... like Ron Paul who is criticized by small segments of the conspiracy theorists population for being a free mason.
Regardless of how Ron Paul always stands for freedom and what not... Ron Paul is criticized by his conspiracy theorists detractors for being part of
the secret cult. He is assumed to be one of them regardless of whatever his political affiliations with people who are against the political
establishment may be.
And we see it on ATS. This website is even accused of being a ring for disinfo. There may be a lot of disinfo on this website. But people think
that it has to be disinfo since it's so big and it hasn't been shut down yet.
There are people like William Cooper who were shut down by the elite. But just because he was shut down by the elite doesn't mean that all of these
other people are fakes, and, what not. Most people don't really get attention from the elite unless they go after the CIA, and, they were formally
in the CIA (example)
He insisted that he had disclosed the identities of his former CIA operatives in order to "weaken the instrument for carrying out the policy of
supporting military dictatorships. . . regimes supported by the CIA where the human cost was immense: torture, executions, death squads". Little of
what he revealed shocked Latin Americans who had been through it. It did, however, shock citizens of the United States, who had liked to think their
government agencies held the high moral ground.
Immediately after the success of his book, Agee found himself hounded by the CIA, not least by the man who became its Director in 1976, the future US
President George H.W. Bush. Agee was accused of having a drinking problem and of "vulgar propositioning of embassy wives" during his postings. To
this day, George Bush Snr calls Agee a "traitor" and says he became a Cuban agent after accepting Castro's hospitality – and, allegedly, money.
Bush also blamed him for the assassination of the CIA's station chief in Athens, Richard Welch, shortly after CIA Diary was published, but Welch had
been named not in the book, but in a publication called Counterspy. "For more than 25 years I have been one more American working in solidarity
activities with Cuba and against US hostility, aggression, blockade," Agee replied. "If this makes me a 'Cuban agent', then there are certainly a
lot of us out there."
Having sought refuge in England after the publication of CIA Diary, Agee lived in Cambridge, where he also provided material on CIA activities to
publications such as Time Out. But the Labour government of James Callaghan, under heavy pressure from the US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger,
deported him in June 1977, saying his book's revelations might have led to the deaths of two MI6 agents in Poland.
What is this phenomenon? I think conspiracy theorists in general expect the government to always go after the genuine articles who really go out and
expose them. But... just because the government doesn't go after you it doesn't mean that you're not important, or, that you're one of them. I
think that this attitude among many conspiracy theorists is really negative, and, it gets in the way of truth. All it means when someone doesn't get
attention is that the NWO important enough to really make a big deal out of it. They don't think anyone will take them too seriously. They only
don't like it when they go after their state secrets.
But it doesn't mean that these people are not credible. All this means is that these people are people who are just reporting on the world super
states. These people who are against them are suspicious of them because they just can't honestly believe that a global elite actually exist and
that they must be frauds and that they must be one of them. It's not like they have a global tyranny yet. So there can be people like Ron Paul to
speak out against tyranny.
But... people just feel that if you have spoken out against long enough against them that you must be one of them because of their fantasy.
Those are my thoughts. How do you think we can end this destructive philosophy?