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Conspiracy Theory = crazy people paranoid ideas?

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posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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People work together, preferably with them we have nothing in common with. Workers organize themselves, as do employers.

What is being discussed around the dinner table with the richest? It is reasonable to argue that economics and politics are topics of current interest in such circles, and perhaps with a focus on "how we maintain our wealth and influence?"

My point:
There are conspiracies, and the concept has been with mankind for long. Maybe since we began organized agriculture for 9-10000 years ago.

To believe that there is no villain lines behind the scenes, it is dangerous naive. The term "conspiracy theory" has been so abused and burdened with negative connotations that the word can be used as a weapon. Calling someone a conspiracy theorist, and one has sown doubts about both mental health and logical ability with his opponent.

At the same time we see a country being taken over by powerful industrialists, with so much influence that their companies have now gained status as individuals, with freedom of speech ... Yes, you read correctly: companies such as Microsoft's statements are now regarded as personal statements. They obviously can "speak louder" than Joe Average.

Who has served on the 911 and the hunt for Bin Laden / Al Qaeda? It is NOT the aforementioned Joe Average, the dam is now even middle class in crisis (no one buys their goods and services). Those who have earned money are those with the most from before, the richest and most powerful. Smells not this a bit of a conspiracy?

I'm not saying that the wealthiest were behind 9 / 11, but they got "their" politicians to act in the best possible way when things happened, so that the "regular" people lost even more freedom (Patriot Act etc.). And must pay for it as well (government debt).

No matter how you look at things, it's unanswered questions of 9 / 11. Intelligence Service should have known better, they were warned not only by Mossad but also by including British MI6 and their own employees. And what really happened to building 7?

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posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 01:37 PM
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Correction:

Conspiracy Theory = Threath to mainstream establishment (especially on the issues of 9/11).



posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 01:47 PM
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since you bring up 9/11 its important to point out that believing a terrorist "kingpin" in an afghan cave had some other terrorists fly planes into our buildings, is in fact, a conspiracy theory.

no matter what your opinion on 9/11 you are a conspiracy theorist. me typing this is part of a conspiracy by my ISP to trade access to internet data for money. if i tell people that, then give them a receipt does it make me a conspiracy theorist?

the new word is teabagger
next it will probably be terrorist...



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