posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 11:28 PM
Now, I don't label myself a conspiracy theorist, and neither should any of you. Labels put you in boxes you may only partially fit into, while
leaving out core parts. That being said, I will label one of my many faults as being un-able to trust. Un-able to trust what I am being told is the
truth. Healthy skepticism is good, but what I'm trying to heal is the fact that I can't hardly bring myself to trust anyone or anything outside my
small group of family and close friends. Even then, sometimes I have my doubts.
This is not me whining, complaining, moaning, groaning, belly aching or self pity. This is merely my attempt to look at myself from the outside in
order to gain a different persepctive.
Now onto my point:
I don't feel the need to mention my distrust for world events, world facts, or world issues. That should be immediately obvious. But what happens
when we ARE told the honest to goodness truth? Will we believe it? Even if we scream for un-adulterated facts and get them will it be enough?
My questions are: Does conspiracy theorism create a self-perpetuating machine of self-destructive Miss-trust? And if we won the truth that we so
desire could we learn to trust what were told again? Would we even be able to trust our fellow truth speakers?
My answers are: possibly, hopefully, and if we can't there's probably no point to any of this. In that order.
What are your answers? Thoughts? Hopes? Fears?