posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 03:19 PM
So are they going to get the students used to conspiracy theories so they do not follow up on things with an open mind to find if they are true or
not? They will start to think of all conspiracy theories as games, not realizing that they could be real.
How many things start out as conspiracy theories and then materialize as reality. I would say thirty percent. If people are conditioned to think
they are just a part of society that doesn't materialize, they will become part of the system that blows them off. They will have been schooled at
debunking things with allowable practices, discounting any practices that are not allowed to be used in the game.
I think this is a possible good conspiracy on it's own. A conspiracy of raising shills. They will have excellent credentials for a government job
when they graduate.
It's nice being able to visualize a conspiracy with everything, maybe I could get a job teaching a class.