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re: Why are all "conspiracy theories" viewed as impossible or far fetched?


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Governments commit false flag attacks. This is documented.

And yet, if you accuse them of doing it, people will make you look like a looney toon.

Why?



Agree. I wonder about even Pearl Harbor. Not only in that we didn't respond to the radar, bur how the Japs just left the island after the beat us so that we could rebuild and use it against them?. Why not occupy it?
911 does not sit well with me either. Won't get into why.






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mograyback
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Too many people to keep heinous secrets that long...someone always talks.


Except people have talked. A lot of people have talked.

And a lot of people have been killed.

You live in a tiny and controlled information bubble.

And people like yourself immediately think we are talking about some grand scale conspiracy that most of the government knew about, when in fact it was a tiny faction in the CIA working with similar groups from other countries.



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cwill
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Specifically what? 9/11 - bull shite. JFK - bull shite.





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Paluka
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re: Why are all "conspiracy theories" viewed as impossible or far fetched?


For example???





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WikiTiger
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re: Why are all "conspiracy theories" viewed as impossible or far fetched?


Hey, y'all remember that time some a-hole communists set the Riechstag on fire???

We should totally give unlimited power to the chancellor in response!!!







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Gmorgan4982
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Think about the official 911 Story. It couldn't sound more histerical.

19 hijackers who could barely drive cars outsmarted a 40 billion dollar defense system and flew planes into buildings, one of them being the most secure building on earth (pentagon). All the while avoiding our air defense (because they were in the middle of multiple war games). That story is the one that sounds crazy, the truth is just long-deep and difficult to grasp because it requires a total shake up of your programmed reality.

People that refuse to believe any of the 911 truth are in denial, they don't want to have the floor pulled from under them, which is exactly what happens when you go down that rabbit hole.

Not everything on the 911 truth side is correct, for example loose change is a joke. Alex Jones is a joke.






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Gmorgan4982
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Hey, y'all remember that time some a-hole communists set the Riechstag on fire???

We should totally give unlimited power to the chancellor in response!!!
Oh, and, uh ... kill all the Jews, too.






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WikiTiger
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re: Why are all "conspiracy theories" viewed as impossible or far fetched?


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Gmorgan4982


Dude, I think I just fulfilled Godwin's law.






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Gmorgan4982
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No doubt.





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Bunk Moreland
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This quote is ironic because I think Noam Chomsky is a prime example of a left gatekeeper, but he nailed this.

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The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum - even encourage the more critical and dissident views. That gives people the sense that there's free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of the debate.


Or, as a writer I used to really like named Mike Ruppert said.

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The entire system is corrupt. Those who participate in it rationalize-in order to protect their seat at a crap table that when one player gets out of line the primary objective is to protect the crap game.





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Gmorgan4982
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I should try to do it on the Saints game thread.





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WikiTiger
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Hey, y'all remember that time a bunch of rich fricks met at Jeckyll Island and decided to wrest control of the nation?







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Robin Masters
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Conspiracy theorists are like modern-day polytheists, seeking to explain the unexplainable, not with fact or observation but by use of their imagination.

Also, why do most conspiracy theories contradict the 1st rule of power which is to pacify and restrain the masses? The last thing the existing power base would want is a massive 9/11 type occurance which would set of a chain reaction that would be difficult or impossible to forsee and control.



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nobodytooimportant
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Here is the thing about conspiracy theorist they can come up with these over complicated plots that I guess could happen, but they never come up with the answer of why. Why is the plot so complicated? Why do the conspirators want to do whatever the plot is? Why did so many low level functionaries not spill the beans?







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nobodytooimportant
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19 hijackers who could barely drive cars outsmarted a 40 billion dollar defense system and flew planes into buildings, one of them being the most secure building on earth (pentagon). All the while avoiding our air defense (because they were in the middle of multiple war games). That story is the one that sounds crazy, the truth is just long-deep and difficult to grasp because it requires a total shake up of your programmed reality.


Before 9/11 the rule was get hijacked planes on the ground and then negotiate, literally no one wold have even considered shooting down a passenger jet.

US air defense are really quite minimal because it makes no sense to waste the money on extensive air defenses when there isn't a country out there that could mount a major air attack on the US. I seem to recall there was something like two fighters to cover the entire eastern US on that day, and those were alert fighters which meant they weren't even in the air.

The pentagon being secure from the ground is completely irrelevant to whether it offers any protection from the air. Even if there were missiles it could have shot at a plane, what good does that do, you kill the people on the plane and in which ever building the plane lands on in the crowded suburbs of DC.

As there were only 4 pilots and planes aren't cars, your point about 19 hijackers barely being able to drive serves no purpose.






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cwill
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re: Why are all "conspiracy theories" viewed as impossible or far fetched?


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19 hijackers who could barely drive cars outsmarted a 40 billion dollar defense system and flew planes into buildings, one of them being the most secure building on earth (pentagon). All the while avoiding our air defense (because they were in the middle of multiple war games). That story is the one that sounds crazy, the truth is just long-deep and difficult to grasp because it requires a total shake up of your programmed reality.


What's funny is you believe that a "40 billion dollar defense system" is infallible. In my view grand conspiracy theorists are simple minded people who fear randomness and need to imagine structure to explain it so they invent it.






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WikiTiger
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 In my view grand conspiracy theorists are simple minded people who fear randomness and need to imagine structure to explain it so they invent it. 


Why are y'all ignoring all the true "conspiracy theories" I've posted?






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Gmorgan4982
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I think it has something to do with you fearing randomness or something.


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C
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wiki from your link:

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So in light of the truth about the Tonkin incident, is it really so crazy to think that 9/11 was an inside job? Yes. Still crazy. In fact, the Gulf of Tonkin conspiracy makes such elaborate conspiracy theories seem even more unlikely (to the sane).








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Gmorgan4982
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Personally, I get all of my conspiracy theory breakdowns from cracked.com.





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