reply to post by NavyDoc
I really don't get this new trend of conspiracy theorists who think that the government stages disasters with actors and fake blood for some sort of
Let me break it down for you, because I do understand it. Remember 911? Of course you do. Remember the pod people, the no planers, and the ufo /
mininuke crowd? Yeah, exactly, the "theories" are created to marginalize those of us with real questions, and possibly information. They are a
honeypot designed to pull people in and "Alex Jones" them, make them look like raving drooling lunatics.
Lately, the "theory" to everything is "paid actors". This all started because of the fact that when cities and police / emergency response teams
practice for disasters and attacks, they often employ companies to provide "victims", actors and students who play the part of protestors, injured
or dead people, etc. Sometimes they go as far as fake injuries and makeup. It's been going on for years, and really helps the teams experience the
frantic nature of an event.
Going from the response in Boston, I'd say they've probably been very well trained indeed.
But, alas, those who lack the ability to think critically and examine evidence, just call everything a conspiracy. Some for nefarious reasons like I
already mentioned, others because they so desperately want to be part of the crowd that's "awake" and "figured it out" that everything is a
I'm not even saying there wasn't, who knows, but this paid actors BS is ridiculous, they even claim those kids at Sandy Hook were shot by the
government, or didn't exist at all.
Remember that guy who got run over and hacked apart in London? Yeah, that was apparently faked with actors too.
Prediction: Whatever the next big event or story is, paid actors did it.