posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 09:38 PM
I was just thinking about two major conspiracies over the last 10 years. One of them being the 9-11 truth movement. I would wager that a lot of the
people that were involved in 9-11 truth eventually became Democrats or registered in some leftist party(I still question the official story of 9-11,
and, at the time of the 2008 election I registered as a Democrat).
Right now with the global warming movement we're seeing a similar conspiracy which followers are mostly part of the Republican party or the
conservative movement. Of course, there are the exceptions with people who are don't believe in the true story of 9-11 or don't believe in global
warming-- these people just will believe any conspiracy along partisan line, or so it seems). I predict that many of these people will be voting
Republican or for a conservative party in the 2010 and 2012 elections.
I just wanted to propose this idea... because this is one of the reasons I've stopped taking the conspiracy approach to reality. I have my own
views... but I am not a sheep. I look for what's real, and, if it's a conspiracy I'll analyze the truth about it, and believe what I believe to be
the truth. But I think that there are conspiracy theorists that can be far too easily manipulated among partisan lines-- for instance, I think the
death panel people were probably the same people as the birthers, and, maybe the same people who hijacked the 9-11 truth movement. Essentially, I
think that a lot of these conspiracy theories may start out as genuine conspiracies, but they become hijacked, or they become directed by the people
That's what I think. It's true that Alex Jones is right about Anti-global warming theories not being perpetrated by the oil companies-- that's
still what a lot of the people in the Republican parties believe, so, this is another situation where I think that conspiracy theorists are directed.
Yes, we're going to be experiencing ecotyranny if these environmentalists get even more power-- that's true, but, it doesn't mean that global
warming is a conspiracy theory, it's just a theory, but conservatives want you to believe it's a fraud so we can just pollute more.
I think that people are really easily directed, and, want to just believe any thing that might be anti-establishment even if it's false or partisan.
It's best to keep an open mind-- and look for the truth yourself, and be weary of conspiracy theories, and those who perpetrate them. The truth is
hidden beneath many conspiracy theories... and it's in there... but I just think that sometimes the truth gets meddled with and distorted. Like for
instance, Al Gore may be an NWO front man, but, he probably honestly believes what he's saying. He was talking about global warming way back in the
70s before he became one of the elites. I think that should prove that his theory isn't necessarily a fraud... it's just a theory.
What do you think? Do you disagree? I'd like to hear what people here on this site have to say about my ideas.