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Originally posted by ~Lucidity
Like you all have been saying, the bad news is their molding the definition of conspiracy theorist with the kook connotation. The good news, however, is that they're scared. Otherwise they wouldn't be doing this.
Originally posted by Invariance
Just couldn't resist, this is a really juicy topic
Is one still called a conspiracy theorist when they find information and articles from reliable sources to back up their hypothesis/ideas?
If not, what is it called?
Funny thing is that I get most of the important news right here at ATS, locals still aren't saying anything about the Mississippi here, or the fires in Texas, or Mexico.. Have those hit by the Tornadoes gotten aid yet?
Point is, when it goes from simply a theory to a fact what then?
I find it funny for so many to 'debunk' us and what we do when we harm no one.. and yet REAL issues aren't talked about by 'them'.
Final Note: How many movies have you watched about the SHTF when the people's only hope is the 'tinfoil hat' guy living in his trailer atop a mountain?
The only way for them to ever really end conspiracy theory is for them to act like up and up, honest to God, honorable and truthful human beings who take their duty to their people and the Constitution seriously.
But Mr. Livingston said the pilot told him the plane had run out of fuel.
“I want to thank everyone for their hard work,” he said. “It’s absolutely fantastic
Originally posted by SHABBYCAT
Oh I am noticing personally how angry and rude people have been treating me since last Sunday night.
Is one still called a conspiracy theorist when they find information and articles from reliable sources to back up their hypothesis/ideas? If not, what is it called?