posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 06:24 PM
reply to post by onequestion
We all use internet.
But we don't only use this site, every individual uses this and other sites confirming their intrests for her/his own needs to inform and share. I
think a (to give examples don't pin me down on it) global warming enthusiast (either pro or con) has no relation with an ufologist. Hard to say they
are in the same movement, besides:
Exploring and sharing information.
I said it a couple of years ago, but if we consider a 'we' as a movement we create a 'them' as not part of the movement.
Okok i read the statements about 'we' search for (our) truth, while there a lot of other people searching for their truths too that do not consider
themselves as conspiracy theorist and I wouldn't call them that too.
Besides that there is a big difference between a theorizing and practicing.
Funny thing for me personally is that the forum i read the most is fragile earth, so in short I can say Ivisit a conspiracy site to read and talk
about the weather. Hows the weather Tom?
The concept of conspiracy is imo to broad to unite in one movement hence my firt post in this thread, you realize that when you read topics that do
not concern or intrest you maybe you are even provoked by them.
I dont like people who just follow the information that is handed to them by msm but i dont like the people who with every topic search for a reason
to pinpoint it as conspiracy. Sometimes # just happens. Imo hardcore conspiracy theorist, the latter in orevious stated just give their enemy (if it
is government, religious, prohetic, alien) too much credit for what they are able to do.
We are just like many others exploring information and try to unwind the knot of disinfo or misunderstanding. Would Columbus be considered as a
conspiracy theorist because he dare to sail of a flat earth? Imo he is just an explorer, just like the ones we never heard of.