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“No stars are members of the Illuminati because an organized and powerful group such as this cannot, does not, and will never exist. What does exist is normal, otherwise rational human beings with a propensity toward natural brain processes to find patterns and meanings in random events that are not actually connected. This phenomenon is called ‘confirmation bias,’ or, looking for evidence that confirms the theory one wants to be true.”
So 'The Liberty Voice' say that the illuminati doesn't exist...well doesn't the record label 'Roc-a-fella' blatantly promote one of the biggest families names, one of the most richest, and one of the most controlling of the large companies in the USA - "Rockefeller". Ok so none of these artists would belong to an 'Elite group' and they are all promoting Jay-z's record label, I agree. But to think that "Confirmation Bias" is the answer is totally messed up. So the world is random an no direction in sight? Thats even more scary than one that is being controlled.
Im a Marty
the Illuminati because an organized and powerful group such as this cannot, does not, and will never exist.
reply to post by ELectricalApprentice
In addition to you quoting your own post directly above it, what are your random youtube vids supposed to be proving anyway?
To the OP: I remember walking through the grocery store and seeing a Life special issue on secret societies last year. It was the strangest thing and I really have to wonder every time I see one of these articles being churned out by MSM. Are they simply pandering to interest/curiosity and catching a ride on a subject that they feel is growing in interest? Or are they deliberately messing with people? I'm tending towards the former that they are simply profiting off of a growing interest.