posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:57 PM
How funny. Thanks for the laugh. On the other topic, cognitive dissonance is really interesting and a very under-discussed aspect of how conspiracies
and false flags can happen relatively in the open and still be allowed to go on. The conspirators take advantage of that for sure.
What's "easier?" (and by that I mean emotionally and cognitively) To believe that 19 hijackers took down the WTC in the most militarily and
technologically advanced country in the world and 3 buildings built to withstand disaster, one of which wasn't even hit, fell neatly into their own
footprints? Or that the buildings were wired for demolition, and 9/11 was an inside job by a shadowy group that controls governments?
That Jerry Sandusky (or Jimmy Saville) is the sole truly guilty party in pedophilic acts that went on for more than a decade? Or that they were a part
of a much larger pedophilic and ritual abuse system that goes far deeper than most people want to think and happen to be the public scapegoats?
That it is always "one lone shooter" that was mentally ill, despite many inconsistencies? Or that those types of things are well organized and are at
least 3 person teams (eyewitness reports of at least 2 shooters in Aurora, 4 in Wisconsin, 3 in Sandy Hook)?
Yes, cognitive dissonance is an interesting thing in these circles.
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