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Originally posted by tetra50
reply to post by Helious
No, straight out right, what you have writtenj, I do not see anything wrong with that. But, and this is the essence of conspiracy theory, Identity.... and the other loopholes that exist within what you have written......
Do we agree on this site, or do we not, that certain technologies and outright lies and obfuscations have taken place to hold hostage and unhinge everything you have written, "to be fair?"
What is your definition of Human, or your body, or your enitty, for this is where we begin with you rights, is it not?
And then after that, well, what, really can come after that. nod to what I said about the Scopes trail, did you not see that? or understood what that meant? And in this age where we are debating things like transhumanism and the AI possibilities, probabilities and FUTILITIES, at this late date, what are we really discussing here???
For, everything you descrirbe about our bill of right and the constution, HINGES, literally, upon your view of what I describe above, and God help all those who do not recognize that.....
Originally posted by indigothefish
I have serious doubts that anyone has tracked down people involved with the Aurora shooting or the Sandy Hook shooting and then harrassed them.
Originally posted by indigothefish
Secondly, from the point of understanding the conspiracy and believing it, the person must have the resources to track down names, addresses and phone numbers of people involved. This actually would require the same amount of critical thinking to do that it would require to have the common sense not to call those people just to harrass them.
It would take the same mental capacity to track these people down as it would take to realize that doing so just to harrass them would make the entire conspiracy more easily hidden as you made the entire conspiracy theorist culture look like harrassers.
Originally posted by SilentKoala
I don't see this as a problem with "our community," but rather another pathetic attempt by the mainstream media to bash conspiracy theorists and anyone who questions what they are told.
Spew all the propaganda you want, but I'm going to continue to question what I am told, thank you very much.
edit on 8-2-2013 by SilentKoala because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Superhans
You are only allowed to question victim accounts if you are in the media and getting paid to do it.
Originally posted by Helious
reply to post by tetra50
To be completely fair. Almost everything in our daily lives is regulated by the government. If your grass is too long you get a ticket. If you try to put a garden box in your front yard and it goes against township rules or the homeowners association you will be forced to remove it.
If you have a vehicle that you own and is in your driveway you want to restore but the tags are expired, they can force you to update the tags in many communities even if you don't drive it. You are forced not only to pay for yearly registration for your vehicle but in many communities and states also for a city sticker that serves absolutely no purpose to you as a citizen and is only pure revenue to the county.
You pay federal income tax, state income tax, medicare, social security, property tax, sales tax, tax on licensing your vehicle yearly, city stickers, fees for any licenses including those to hunt and fish which would be important if you choose to live "off the grid" which is impossible because in order to use any land owned by the government you will need to pay fees to do so and also carry the proper hunting and or fishing license less you are committing a crime.
Somebody buys a car brand new, pays an ungodly amount of tax for it, pays it off then sells it too you, now you have to pay tax on it again. A brewer, brews a keg a beer, he pays tax on the hops and barely and malt to make the beer, once he is done, he pays tax when he puts it in a keg for the stamp. He then transports it to the retailer for sale and the retailer pays tax again on the same barrel. The retailer sells it to a restaurant and restaurant is taxed on the sale of that keg, the keg is tapped and for each beer sold the consumer is taxed for there glass of beer.
Do you see anything wrong with this? Rights? Violated? Taxation without representation?
At some point, this community, the conspiracy theory community,