reply to post by OtherSideOfTheCoin
You know, the following is a disgusting perversion of what most people who question the media/ government/ hidden hand manipulation actually think.
Its much more comforting to say that “nobody died they were all actors and this was all a big Government plot to take away our liberties”
than it is to say “our country got hit, 3 of our own died, and for a moment we were week and because we were too week to stop these terrorists the
government is going to have to take some of our liberties”.
You literally are (seemingly) disgraceful. You're (seemingly) suggesting that anyone who believes that in certain incidents an element of conspiracy
exists, that all such people believe that nobody died? That nobody was injured?
You know, that's actually a categorically proven strategy for information control & damage limitation in the troublesome freedom-of-thought-permitted
domain known as the www.
You think we like the fact that we can see things that don't add up? And not just in Boston. People are being hurt/ killed & then we're all lied
to afterwards, losing freedoms & having the economic environment shaped against us, in favor of the elite? You think that all 'conspiracy
theorists', or rather, those who see elements of conspiracy in certain events & then question what it means, are psychologically impaired?
You know, you must not have read up on known and proven, documented facts (despite the convenient 404s) concerning 'forum kontrolle', because WOW
you would otherwise really seem to fit a much worse category than those amongst the populace who don't necessarily trust the people in power, whom
you (seemingly) endearingly refer to as 'conspiracy theorists who are unable to cope with reality, mentally impaired' and so forth. Wasn't there
some government shill (sorry, 'academic') a while back who did a propaganda piece (sorry 'academic study') on the means by which to negate the
damaging political/ popular opinion impact of conspiracy theorists (or their sympathisers.)
In fact, that press release was timed to coincide with announcements concerning the expansion of a cyber-warfare unit? And statements concerning the
need to flood conspiracy forums with mainstream-approved opinion, in order to 'help the conspiracy theorists to get a better grip on reality'..?
Your comment almost reads as a cut & paste job from the press release.
You know, they actually exported that whole thing to the UK, and we had a while of hearing about it on the BBC news. Funny how they do these things.
It actually means that if ever there were a real conspiracy (because of course, rich and powerful men and women have never ever actually conspired to
do anything that suits their interests) - well, nobody would believe the 'conspiracy nutter/ loon/ [insert favourite derogatory insult here]'.
How very feckin convenient.