posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 04:23 AM
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
Well we are at a stalemate. I can't convince you that this was a False Flag. How about 9/11? Was that a False Flag? Yes it was.
It's not you can't convince me it's that there is no evidence. Half the evidence you offered up is trying to prove there was no bombing at all, and
it's all paid actors. I 100% proved that theory dead. Some of your other evidence could be used for either scenario, but was about as inconclusive as
And by the way. I never called you ignorant.
Ignorant is not a personal attack. It in no way suggests inferiority on your part, or stupidity. It means you do not possess knowledge of the facts.
Ignorance is not something to be ashamed of. Everyone is ignorant on some subject. Willful ignorance is shameful. Willful ignorance is when you choose
ignorance. Accepting there is little to no actual evidence to suggest the Boston Bombing was anything except what was advertised, while remaining open
to evidence to the contrary is what my position is, and what yours should be at this point. If you choose the other route, then that is when your
ignorance becomes shameful.
The US has orchestrated a lot of False Flag attacks over the years just to get them into someone else's country to rape it for resources and or
change it's Government so u can understand why I'm dubious about certain things.
I agree. Just because it has happened once does not mean we should assume every attack is a false flag.
I still have questions regarding the Boston Bombing and Sandy Hook which was nothing more than a charade to try to disarm the US population
which obviously is not working very well at the moment.
But please during my questioning do not insult me by calling me ignorant. Unlike a lot of people I don't accept what I'm told to accept!
Questions are fine. Questions are what lead from ignorance to enlightenment. Not only am I ok with questions on the subject, I think it's a good
thing. What is bad is when you only look for answers that support the position you assume to be true.
As I explained, you were ignorant, and ignorance itself is not a bad thing. I pride myself on trying to lose my ignorance on as many subjects as
possible, but there is still more ignorance in me than not. The universe is a large place, and there is more information than any man can hold.
I support you never accepting what you are told. Nor do I. What it seems so far though is that you are more comfortable accepting the conspiracy
angles than other angles. That will get you in trouble. It will cause you to see conspiracy in things there is none in. Just like the reverse is true,
and people are too comfortable accepting the official stories, and as such they fail to see the truth when the conspiracy side is correct.
on 14-9-2013 by OccamsRazor04 because: (no reason given)