I think anyone who does NOT realize that there are conspiracies EVERYWHERE, in almost every facet of your life, is an idiot. A conspiracy just means
that more than one person is involved, and it IMPLIES that they are up to no good. The word has been twisted around by corporate NewSpeak to become
associated with craziness in everyone's mind. To even think that there might be such a thing as conspiracies is crazy! You must be insane!
Every corporation is, in effect, a conspiracy. A supermarket, for example, is loaded with conspiracies. For example, the fact that dozens, even
hundreds of "competing" brands are all owned by the same company, who TRICK you into thinking you have freedom of choice. Do you think there are not
more than two people, say the executives of said corporation, that KNOW about this trickery, and in fact spend all day colluding with each other to
advance said trickery though marketing and advertising? Wouldn't you call that a conspiracy?
Bought sunglasses lately? Did you compare Bvlgari to Prada to RayBan to Oakley to Maui Jim to Dolce Gabbana? Compare prices at Sunglass Hut,
Sunglass Island, and even Lens Crafters, before you shrewdly determined which was the best pair, at the best price? Ain't it great to have such
freedom of choice? And you can use your superior intellect to determine the best. Yeah. All the same company. Would you call that a conspiracy?
I used to work selling timeshares. We would outright lie to people, and we were all in on it together, putting on a total act. We always said,
"Everyone has to be on the same page", in other words, as long as we all tell the SAME lie, the idiots will believe it is true. We would play off
each other, and pretend to be each others' boss in order to approve special deals, etc. and we all could play any role at the drop of a hat, since we
were all CONSPIRING TOGETHER to swindle people. That's how we could convince you that a piece of paper was somehow worth fifty grand. This is a
fact, and that is exactly how the corporate govt treats YOU. I finally quit because it was disgusting. I did it for a long time because it's hard to
say no to huge piles of money. But I finally had lost every shred of self respect and I couldn't do it anymore. And it seemed to attract a very
certain type of scumbag.
If this kind of thing will happen on a small scale, forty or fifty slick talking sleazebags working together to swindle people, why would you think it
wouldn't happen on a larger scale? A FAR larger scale, with VASTLY larger amounts of money. Much slicker sleazebags gravitate directly to it. And
screw their customers, but hundreds of billions at a time.
Conspiracies are everywhere.
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