posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 09:19 AM
"conspiracy theorists" is a durogatory title to give those who basically question something to the point of it being taboo to the average person.
I think one should consider the movie the Matrix, the trilogy actualy not just the first movie. In the Matrix, it is found out that zion was actually
created by the machines as another system of control. The machines failed many times to try and harness 100percent of all human minds and eventually
realized that there would always be a small percent of human minds that for whatever reason reject the Matrix, and for that reason they created zion
as a controlled system that would in the end be harnessed just the same.
What is known as 'conspiracy theorist culture' I see as the exact same. You have people like Alex Jones and major websites that gather conspiracy
theorists. Common people discussing common topics tend to learn from one another, without knowing, and generally grow together and adapt similiar
states of mind. For example if you watch Alex Jones too much you'll end up developing a similiar 'exuberant attitude' towards things
. I don't
mean that in a negative way, I just mean to present that the idea of gathering and centralizing all conspiracy theorists is a genuine tool to end up
making all conspiracy theorists thinking and acting in the same direction - controlled opposition.
Going further on that thought, there are many conspiracy sites. One thing I have noticed is that all have different levels of censorship for their
members. Because of this, each conspiracy site caters to a select conspiracy theorist archtype. Now, with control over all centralized archtypes of
the conspiracy theorist culture, all one has to do is begin to tamper with the avaliability to share and post information. A 'site down' for a day
or two, a couple times a year.. Once or twice a month the site being unreliable. The rules and regulations for posting being vague at best so that
sometimes you say something that doesn't get you banned, and sometimes you say something less and do get banned.
Once the common conspiracy theorist has developed his state of mind in this circumstance long enough they will be a drastically different person than
if they had spent a number of years in a more reliable setting. A reliable setting would be a site that caters to members professing knowledge and
wisdom on subjects and willing to adjust the rules and regulations according to the sharing of information and interest in new topics, truth and
denial of ignorance. A setting much like what 'college schools' are suppose to be, a place to develope a sound open mind and learn new things in
the correct ways.
This is negated when the archtypes are separated, censored, posts and moderation abused as well as the sites being nonfunctional.