posted on Nov, 16 2013 @ 10:45 AM
You're right. Most definitely. At least I think so, and in many ways. The most obvious way is by mocking and deriding any and all conspiracy
theorists (and therefore anyone who questions the official story) and giving them a bad name. This alone keeps many people from doing their own
research, finding their own answers, and thinking outside the box. But I think the lies and propaganda have reached the point that everyone has
personally experienced that moment when they knew the govt was lying about something, so more and more people are looking beyond the traditional
mainstream news sources for the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Consequently, the PTB have had to expand their efforts, including
on the internet and within the internet discussion communities, and especially on the conspiracy websites. There is no doubt a coordinated effort to
control the message.
Including posters with an agenda, many probably paid one way or another, but all intent on trying to misinform and dis-inform the public, steering the
conversation away from the ugly truth in various ways, some very seemingly very reasonable and logical and some starting fights and pitting the people
against each other, or otherwise disrupting the national dialogue. Apparently, sometimes it even requires introducing a theory so vile and repulsive
to most people, and to run with it in the ugliest way possible, that the mainstream media can use it to totally discredit ANY questioning of the
official story and even forums will declare a subject taboo or a hoax, thus shutting down any reasonable and necessary examination of the issue.
The problem (for the PTB) is that the longer you follow conspiracy theories, the more you often you see a few that are ultimately proven to be true,
and the better we become at connecting the dots -- as well as learning which trails are worth following. We're winning the war on information, and
this has to be scaring the bejeezus out of the PTB. I think our next step is to declare a whistleblower's holiday -- stop all persecution of those
who would dare tell us the truth about the atrocities being committed by our government, in our name, with tax dollars paid by the sweat of our labor
-- and let the chips fall where they may.