posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 06:23 PM
Originally posted by ProperlyErrant
There's only one thing that bothers me more, than when people assume everything is a conspiracy.
It's when people assume that others assume everything is conspiracy by simply relating and making correlations of strange "coincidences" such as
Most of us, in fact, I don't think anyone in this thread has claimed that these "coincidences" are indicative of a conspiracy or planned event.
You people need to realize that much of the time we are simply observing and objectively observing at that, as well as we can. The abstract mind is
always there, that is a given, but to simply assume that we're always thinking these observations are indicative of conspiracy?
I agree with you on this. Many times I have seen people become interested in particular events or material, with a strange parallel to a seemingly
unassociated event or tragedy, that seems very odd in hind-sight.
Maybe it's a habit, or a way to entertain our brain, by recognizing any correlation between two events that have yet to be uncovered. We do it a lot,
it doesn't have to be world news of a tragedy, war, or political maneuvering.
I also think that, sometimes, people enter the debate and they may not understand the discussion. This could be where some of the most preposterous
theories come from.
There is no doubt that many aspects, included in this type of speculation, could be considered fringe, outrageous, and borderline mental malfunction.
In spite of this, I also believe that many uncovered 'Official Story' lies can be attributed to this type of debate.
Although this type of debate can be seen as vulgar and dis-respectful, it would be a terrible mistake to condemn this type of
communication/investigation. If everyone sat on their hands and never questioned the 'Official Story', avoiding any participation in discussions
that could be considered taboo - as to remain socially accepted - we would truly be screwed. We'd have about as much power as the humans grown in the
energy farms of the Matrix movies.