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How do we move from conspiracy to proven fact?

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posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 12:26 PM
There are numerous conspiracies about, from the existence of aliens to food additives, from JFK to illegal wars, and beyond.

Yet all we have is conspiracy theories, how do we move beyond the point we are at to established fact? How can we start to hold those accountable, what we term TPTB, to be held up in a court of law.

We are powerless, we're effectively disenfranchised, we have no ability to shape or make events happen. TPTB have the entire business sewn up tight and clean.

Anyone who knows the truth is removed, Dr David Kelly was killed, and Julian Assange is living in fear of his life. Anyone who might be able to shed light on a subject is ridiculed and/or removed from their position to shut them up and discredit their information. The rest of us float around in a sea of information, disinformation, lies, and obfuscation.

There are truths out there, there are what were previously conspiracies but are now proven facts, cigarette smoke, the Tuskagee experiment, but nobody ever carries the can, nobody ever gets held to account, and the ordinary person continues to suffer at the hands of TPTB.

In my own locality one of the countries leading lifelong socialists, a great party member of the Labour party (someone I never voted for) has just accepted a peerage to the House of Lords. What does that tell you about those who lead, what does that say about the contempt in which we are held by TPTB?

Why do we put up with it? Why do we let them continue to keep us in the dark and in effective slavery? Why do we let them continue their conspiracy of rule by fear?

What do we do to make things change? That said have things ever being different? Is the difference that we can now talk to one another with a degree of freedom via the internet, and is that why they want a kill switch just in case the truth does start to emerge?

I am sick of being lied to, sick of being over taxed to pay to kill people in foreign countries, sick of living in fear of my job, health, home, perverts, terrorists, burglars, bird flu, other medical scares, and so on.

I am sick of being tracked everywhere I go, by my phone, by the money in my pocket, by CCTV, traffic cameras, ANPR cameras, spending habits, computer usage, and so on. I am sick of being a number and not being a free Man.

I'd go somewhere else, but there is nowhere else to go, even if I wanted to go I'd be held back by red tape, lack of money, and so on. Everywhere is as bad as everywhere else anyway.

I couldn't even die in peace, there are taxes, bureaucracy and more to stop my family getting my estates without the state raking over what was left to ensure they stole a share to which they are not entitled.

You may guess I am somewhat hacked off at the moment!

posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 01:43 PM
con·spir·a·cy   [kuhn-spir-uh-see]
–noun, plural -cies.
the act of conspiring.
an evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot.
a combination of persons for a secret, unlawful, or evil purpose: He joined the conspiracy to overthrow the government.
Law . an agreement by two or more persons to commit a crime, fraud, or other wrongful act.
any concurrence in action; combination in bringing about a given result.

What I think you mean is "How do we move from Conspiracy theory to Conspiracy Fact". The way I would suggest that could be accomplished is provide or assimilate evidence, mountains of it. Where you go from there is totally personal choice / Free will (some of the only real freedoms left) That's my two cents.

[edit on 8-7-2010 by Solar.Absolution]

posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 02:51 PM
The bad news is that nothing will ever move from "conspiracy theory to conspiracy fact".

You've seen it already. The generally accepted fact is that Oswald killed Kennedy and acted alone to do so. Does everyone believe that? Not even close.

Even if someone stepped forward and said that they killed JFK some would believe them and some wouldn't. People tend to believe in their own little pet "theories" and consider anything that doesn't agree with their world view a lie.

The closest you can come to having something become "fact" is to convince the majority that something is true.

Everything in the world is mob rule.

posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 04:20 PM
I agree with the compiling evidence suggestion. Start a thread on a specific theory and if many people work to gather evidence than a select few can organize it and connect the dots.


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