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Originally posted by ThePeopleParty
Lets not ever question anything then eh? Let our govts send us into wars without having to perform false flag operations first to convince the masses that war is the way.edit on 3-5-2011 by ThePeopleParty because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Maslo
Originally posted by ALOSTSOUL
By th logic of the person in the video; So is believing in God.
Believing in god is worse. Conspiracy theorists at least try to provide evidence (even if often misguided)
Originally posted by TheMaverick
Believing In Conspiracy Theories Is A Form Of Psychosis.
here's a video i found from msnBc aired recently talking about a new book out amongthetruthers,which i found disgusting,saying conspiracy theorist are like a religion,we are weird,and we don't watch the mass media,so therefore we live in our own reality,our little self contain internet bubble,and were all living in a cacoon,away from reality,and blaming the internet for making us,act in this way....
so now we will all be labeled as a new religion/cult...if we dare talk out.
the purpose of this thread is to keep you aware we are now being labeled as a fringe group..outcast cult,who have lost leave of our sense's.
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