posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 12:47 PM
The biggest, most long-lasting 'conspiracy theory' of all time is 'Jesus died for your sins', a fully ridiculous convoluted fantasy. And yeah,
about 1/3 of the world's population vehemently supports that idea, and wants everyone else to believe it also, if only to increase the population of
one imaginary place (heaven) and decrease the population in another imaginary place (hell). I've always found it strange that they're more worried
about what happens to people after they die, than while they're living, and meanwhile wave their flags and support wars so gladly.
The words 'conspiracy theorist' are thrown around like monkeys slinging poo, and by about the same level of thoughtful minds. If ridicule against
someone for merely trying to understand the world is all you've got, you ain't got much.
I proudly consider myself a conspiracy theorist, or perhaps I'm more of a puzzle solver. I like to read voraciously from all sources and put the
pieces together. A lot of times you end up going down a rabbit hole but it's fascinating what connections you can make once you're down there.
While some theories don't pan out in time, you can never know where they're going to lead you unless you pursue it.
The debunking, ridiculing crowd has always seemed to me to be dimwitted and wholly lacking in curiosity. How many of them on any given site are paid
trolls and shills, we have no way of knowing, but people are coming forward and testifying now that they had jobs such as this, and had dozens of fake
identities they would post under. You can always tell them by the short, usually vile responses, totally lacking in true content.
It's time to stop worshiping money and consumption and start worshiping the truth, because if we don't know what's really going on, and what's
being done in our name and with our money, we're complicit.