reply to post by VeritasAequitas
I shouldn't have to spoon feed you the answers....
And there it is, the conspiracy theorist's last, desperate gambit. Bereft of any reply to the criticisms levelled at his theory, he tries to get his
detractors to do his research for him. Won't work, I'm afraid. You're trying to sell us something, so you'd better have answers to our questions, or
we're not buying.
But no, no hard work on your own part.
Why should there be? You want me to believe your conspiracy theory, you do the work.
Iodines are not bad for people; they are good. Fluorides suck Iodine from the body. Fluoride is bad; more particularly the Sodium Fluoride
What has this got to do with proving a conspiracy? Where is your evidence that some 'Wizard'
is trying to turn people into slaves by
Where is the conspiracy?
Should it even need to be said that the US government incorporated members of the German SS into the CIA?
Say it or not, as you please, but why it should surprise anybody, far less be presented as evidence of a conspiracy against American citizens, is a
mystery to me.
You seem to have forgotten about a little thing called the Cold War. Allow me to spell it out for you: high-ranking Nazi intelligence officers would
have spied on both the Western Allies and the USSR during the war. They would be gold-mines of information about the other side for anyone who could
get to them. Of course
the CIA recruited them. Would you rather the Russians had?
So a government that illegally spies on it's own people, commits war crimes, and hired German SS officers in their CIA, is in no way, up to
something wicked, by poisoning the water with toxins?
Two fallacies in a single sentence. First, guilt by association and second, assuming what you are supposed to prove. And no, you didn't prove it in
the other thread.
Enough attempted diversion. Let's return to the point. I ask you again: what previously-existing conspiracy theory
did the revelations of
Manning and Snowden substantiate? They revealed actual conspiracies, but which conspiracy theorist predicted these conspiracies?
YOU are the one living in the fantasy land of sunshines and rainbows where these people give a damn about you. They do not, and likely never
What makes you think I believe the American government, roughly halfway across the world from where I live, gives a damn about me? As for the
government of my own country, I know it does not. Still, this kind of facile, corroboration-free assumption is just what one expects from one who
believes in conspiracy theories. It is why I take such pleasure in puncturing these silly theories; I can do the public a good turn and poke a little
wicked fun at the same time.
And you ask me what I'm doing on Above Top Secret! :shk:
edit on 12/8/13 by Astyanax because: of more smileys!