posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 03:41 AM
reply to post by Hefficide
What I do wonder is;
If this "movie" was not released, the intent of Islamic organizations would have still largely remained hidden and so called "secular" countries such
as Turkey, would not have shown their not so secular hand.
How much does Jesus get ridiculed? How much do Jewish people get ridiculed? Does that ridicule warrant murder? No, of course it does not. Period, case
However, I do sense that (after reading a bunch), a lot of conspiracy theorists are lost - in the sense that they do not know who stands for what
anymore. Disillusioned by their own government and its ethical, or lack of ethical, conduct - they have grown to distrust themselves even more than
they distrust the enemy. In fact, it would seem that they pick the side of the enemies, thinking that (under the effect of disillusionment) the enemy
tells us the complete truth - not realizing that the enemy keeps its intent hidden and lies more than Western governments.
Those who are of the school of: "There are no enemies." are sadly mistaken and they should read history and memorize the build up to World War 2.
Over the past decade(s) a lot has been done to prevent global turmoil, to prevent history from repeating itself. One possible outcome, one of these
"global turmoils" that needs prevention, is global anarchy. As you can see from the "Arab spring", this turmoil has no intent to distribute freedom
and equality, rather, it is used by Islamic groups to spread and enforce their religious ideology.
I was under the impression that "conspiracy theorists" paid attention to such crucial details. To get the truth out so anyone could see it. But it
would seem that a lot of them let their personal issues and situation cloud their judgement. Deny ignorance.
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