posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 06:29 AM
Guess I'm a conspiracy nut, but I really enjoy this site. After reading infowars for a couple of years, intelligent conversation is a very welcome
For me, I have first hand experience with government tyranny and lies so I tend to be more interested than most, but you're right, without at least
some critical thinking, you're doomed.
For example, I did four years in the U.S. Army, traveled the world and worked with the military from all over the world on many different exercises
and one thing was common. Orders don't come with detailed instructions or explanations.
Pilots may be ordered to fly an "exercise" somewhere not knowing they're spraying through the jet fuel itself (chem trail conspiracy theory). I
wonder how many pilots were told Agent Orange was dangerous years ago, I'll tell you, zero. Yet they were called paranoid conspiracy nuts too.
Most of the (unpaid) commentators or commenter that call entire groups of people "conspiracy nuts" usually are naive and ignorant to the subject and
haven't researched the topic one iota and just knee jerk scoff because at first many things sound crazy. Despite countless examples of the
government admitting to or getting caught in lies, most people still believe almost everything their told.