Not trying to be rude here or anything, I've always believed a person can have whatever opinion they chose. But I would like to respectively disagree
with some of your statements on the list.
1) They are debunkers.
Just because someone debunks something, doesn't mean they're disinfo agents. It just means they share a different view or belief on the subject.
2) They offer no valuable information.
If they debunk or disagree, one should offer their reason why, but sometimes they may not have time to, or just don't know how. In other words, they
believe something may be false but don't know how to properly lay out evidence. Sometimes they just may want to debunk something and just don't feel
like explaining why.
3) They refuse credible information and demand "proof".
Credible information can sometimes be misleading. Words can get misconstrued or taken out of context. Sometimes the person reporting the information
may have gotten it wrong themselves. "Proof" or hard evidence is for more powerful than "information". Information is not solid proof. Solid proof
or evidence is what makes solid information. Can't blame someone for asking for that.
4) They refuse thus said proof.
Proof isn't anything without hard evidence. You have to have hard evidence from every aspect of the subject.
5) They choose to reply with insults and one-liners to de-rail threads.
I don't think anyone should ever insult anyone for any reason. A lot more can be accomplished if the discussion is keep civil and debated positively
or worked out. But we are human and tend to disagree. Some take it harder than others and often loose their temper. Though it's not the way to go,
it doesn't mean their a dis info agent or gov't agent. It just means they don't agree and can't persuade you otherwise to believe what they do,
therefore, they get frustrated and resort to insults. Just human nature, not any kind of agent.
6) They have an unusually high number of people agreeing with them (other agents).
Not necessarily, it' usually people that agree with them. Sometimes you may notice these people have low posts counts. This doesn't mean their
affiliated. A lot of times people are scared to post their beliefs solely because of fear they will be attacked. So they will wait for one person to
discuss it or rebutt something then join in with them. Then the of course more follow. That's all that is.
7) They change the path of information to throw you "off the trail".
I think thats just simply disagreeing and trying to prove their point. Maybe not the best way, but the way they may think is best.
8) Moderators will choose to delete your posts and not their posts.
Mod's usually have their reason's. I can't really comment any further than that.
9) They launch "walls of text" to confuse others and fake scientific/military jargon and slang.
Not sure what this means, guess i'd have to see an example.
10) When all else fails, this thread is hidden under trash threads or deleted.
Once again, I guess this would be up to the Mod's? For whatever reason they choose to do this, it's what they feel is best for the site for whatever
reason they may have. Not my dept. Sorry.
I've been called a dis info agent on youtube and many other sites for simply not agreeing with people and sharing my own opinion just like they have
on whatever subject. I promise you, lol, i'm nothing of the sort.
One thing we have to always remember about Conspiracy Theories, is they're just that...Theories. People will always question and deny. That's being
caution about what they believe in or accept as truth. Doesn't always mean they disinfo agents or debunkers.
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