Other Conspiricists In This Forum

Discussion in 'Conspiracy' started by Fyrenza, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. Fyrenza

    Fyrenza Queen of the Ians

    Do you think the other Conspiricists that use this forum are going to get bummed out by us invading it with Political conspiracy stuff?

    i mean, they actually use this place, to post up warnings and predictions.

    i do have to wonder what happens when they're completely, totally wrong? Like the spontaneous-combusting and/or spot-missile-targeted (ONLY he blew up) Prez Bush, whom we would never see alive, again? And then we all saw him alive, again.

    Because some of this stuff is absolutely ludicrous to me, there's a tendency to try to have some fun with it. Unfortunately, "having fun" walks an extremely thin line between itself and "Making fun," and i do not intend to do the latter.

    Well, maybe just a little bit... ;)

    but not to the point of hurting someone's feelers (feelings). Please forgive me, in advance, for any and/or all offense i just know i'm going to cause... :eek:

    Oh. And just tell me to back off ~ i will!
  2. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    There are always going to be bogus conspiracy theories that make the legitimate conspiracy facts look ridiculous. Perhaps the biggest "conspiracy" of all is that the culture of conspiracy itself it a government creation, designed to mix irrefutable truths with nonsense about reptilians, anunnaki and Planet X. By taking information that can be proven and mixing it in with nonsense, you marginalize the discredit that legitimate information under the title of "conspiracy theory."

    The term "conspiracy theorist" is itself a government label designed to marginalize anyone who discusses alternative information as a tin foil hat wearing nutcase.

    Most of the legitimate conspiracies go hand-in-hand with politics, as the REAL world (not the fake stuff you hear on TV) of politics is itself a conspiracy.

    Mainstream politics is based around media talking points. The real world of politics is all about conspiracy, and is based on what really goes on beneath all the empty rhetoric designed to keep the public in a sleep state and divided according to the left/right paradigm.
  3. zihger

    zihger Senior Member

    So back in the day the radio came out it is proven fact the CIA spent mass amounts of money to control radio waves all over the world.

    Then the T.V. came out it is proven fact the CIA spent mass amounts of money to control T.V. all over the world.

    So now the Internet is out..

    Usually it takes a decade or 2 until CIA stories filter out but you can bet they are all over the Internet.

    My guess is a very large amount of conspiracy theories on the Internet originate from government sources as a way to confuse and control people.

    There will always be people looking behind the scenes in the shadows, it would be easy to fill the shadows with what they want them to see and believe.
  4. Aristartle

    Aristartle Snow Falling on Cedars Lifetime Supporter

  5. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Funny, considering Reagan spoke out of both sides of his mouth, tripling the size of government, increasing spending and taxation drastically, while putting the country further into debt. The man was far from the conservative his fans believed him to be.

    They didn't call him Red Ronnie in Hollywood for nothing.

    Reagan was a lot like Bush. He used rhetoric to make people think he was a small government conservative, when in fact he was to the left of many of his Democratic predecessors, especially when it came to size of government and fiscal spending.

    Ronald Reagan was a joke.
  6. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Look up Operation Mockingbird.


    Hahaha... you guys don't have a clue.

  7. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Exactly. That's why it takes someone who has done the research to separate the facts from the nonsense. If you want to discredit information that can potentially hurt you, it's much easier to mix the information in with ridiculous nonsense than attempting to get rid of it and censoring everyone.
  8. Fyrenza

    Fyrenza Queen of the Ians

    You are absolutely correct ~>

    i didn't have a clue!!! :eek:

    And all the controversy just, ...


    blew over???

    That is just amazing, in the most horrible sort of ways... :(
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  10. Aristartle

    Aristartle Snow Falling on Cedars Lifetime Supporter

    And Paul McCartney is dead.
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    every time I hear this I look for it online.. damn.. :mad:
  12. zihger

    zihger Senior Member

    ^Wow that guy was something else.
    Ronald Ragan was an idiot I guess all you have to be is an actor (puppet) to be the prez. lol

    So government health care would be so Bad/communist/socialist..

    But it’s not bad to all Have to pay the gov/taxes?

    But it would be Communist to ask for services in return?

    Reagan was kind of like Bush except he used “Communist” instead of “Terrorist” to fear monger the public.

    Squirrels have saturated everywhere they know everything they watch everything and know all that goes on.
    Only the chosen ones can understand them.:D
  13. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Hmmm... I don't think Paul is dead. Last I checked he is alive and cheesy as ever.
  14. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Well, we just had a president in office for eight years who could barely speak his own language, so you tell me. Obviously you don't have to have much going on upstairs to be president. You just need to have the right charisma and be charming enough to convince the people (which isn't hard) that you're in control. Teleprompter reading skills are an added bonus.
  15. Fyrenza

    Fyrenza Queen of the Ians

    And GOOD reading and/or acting skills


    an ADDITIONAL added bonus! :rofl:

    Aren't we the lucky ones? ... :rolleyes:

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