I'm slightly worried about a friend of mine, he seems to believe a shadowy criminal group is out to get him. And I say Him, because he his not
ordinarily a conspiracy theorist, he is normally one to balk at conspiracy theories.
He keeps refering to 'them', saying 'they sent him a message'. When you enquire, and pry the 'evidence' from him, it turns out to be his own meaning
given to some ambiguous gesture or uttering of someone.
He thinks people are going to kill him. When I ask him what for, he just goes quiet, and mutters something about all the bad things hes done. He says
he cant tell me whats going on because it would put me in danger. But every little bit of information you pry from him, it seems to be more and more
It has been going on for a while now (a few months). I just worry that there may be a grain of truth, like all things, reality and fiction often
clash sometimes. Where do you draw the line with bull #? It is seriously affecting his life, I was at the pub with him a month or so ago, and he
receently asked me if I remembered that day.
I said what about it?
He said don't you remember the people listening to us? - as if there were spies planted in the pub.
I don't want to listen any more as I feel like I'm encouraging it. Of course he gets quite defensive when you suggest it sounds like he may be mis
omg. Anyone had any similiar scenarios? I'm seriously 95% sure that 95% of what he is saying is completely imaginary.
I just want to be clear, he doesn't read NWO conspiracies or anything, he thinks his employer is a mafia godfather. There is no evidence to support
this belief except his interpretations of things people have said which would not to a reasonable person induce such a belief.
Am I judging him too much? I really just call BS now, it seems so outrageous, but there is a tiny little bit of doubt that he may absolutely correct,
but only like a very small doubt :/ ..
Any thoughts appreciated.
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