posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 08:21 AM
Originally posted by RagnarDanniskjold
but I agree that people with negative things to say about our government and have hard evidence to back it up tend to be swept under the rug and made
the fool or killed.
I have yet to see any such evidence.
Can you give any examples of supposed evidence where someone has then been "swept under the rug", "made the fool" or even "killed"?
If there are any, don't you think at least one of them would have worked out how to pass said "evidence" to others over the internet, to have a
back up plan, to get that information out if something did happen?
Come on people, it's not hard to do, even back before the internet was available. There are a thousand journalists just in the USA who would love to
have that kind of break and be part of exposing something like that.
The idea that this evidence existed and suddenly vanishes is a complete nonsense. If I had evidence that the government had carried out the Boston
attack I would send it to everyone in my email address book, set up a domain with a cron job to send out to every journalist on the planet on a
specific date, then duplicate that over ten servers around the world. I would have a friend bury a copy of the evidence in a place chosen by them to
only be uncovered after my death...
There is NO EXCUSE for supposed "evidence" of such things not to make it out. And the fact that there is never any evidence to prove these
conspiracies is just more evidence that it's all BS created by attention whores and people with paranoid over active imaginations.