Originally posted by The_Phantom
Research Cass Sunstein and conspiracy theories. Here is his suggestion in a written paper on how to deal with them:
"Government agents (and their allies) might enter chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups and attempt to undermine percolating
conspiracy theories by raising doubts about their factual premises, causal logic or implications for political action."
edit on 29-7-2012 by
The_Phantom because: (no reason given)
The agent provocateur is an old and well known phenomenon.
After you watch things like "manufacturing consent" you realize most of the media
is part of the series of cover ups and disinfo.
After you watch "hacking democracy" you realize voting is a sad joke.
After you watch "Fishead are our leaders psychopaths" you realize they are.
There are a lot of other well put together material out there that shows lying is the way
of this world and as Sun Tzu said ... All war is deception...And some have been at
war with the rest of us for a long time.
We have got warning decades ago from Orwell, Huxley, Samuel Zane Battens, HG Wells,
Quigley, and many others even former KGB agents such as Yuri Bezmenov.
Most are in deep denial, the truth is too scary for them to consider.
We are living thru what Huxley and Orwell warned about and its getting worse slowly
via incrementalism because that method works.
The 5 stages of grief are well known by those in that circle, and I say
most of the world is in one of those stages.
Their grief is 2 fold, the known for the tragedy being woven around them by the NWO,
and the less known reason is they are starting to realize the ppl are the top are
the cause of democide.
His research shows that the death toll from democide is far greater than the death toll from war. After studying over 8,000 reports of
government-caused deaths, Rummel estimates that there have been 262 million victims of democide in the last century. According to his figures, six
times as many people have died from the inflictions of people working for governments than have died in battle.