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Posted: 1/18/2015 1:11:04 PM EST
Just venting. Why is it that someone capable of writing an incredible book like Jekyll Island must also instantly blunt that message with all manner of other conspiracy nonsense? It is so frustrating.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 4:09:17 PM EST
Originally Posted By Gunplay:
Just venting. Why is it that someone capable of writing an incredible book like Jekyll Island must also instantly blunt that message with all manner of other conspiracy nonsense? It is so frustrating.
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So hold on, you think that powerful men would never acted together towards a common self-interest?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 4:37:16 PM EST
I'm saying an excellent book like Jekyll Island is obscured by belief in nonsense like chem-trails, Noah's Ark, 9/11 inside job, cancer cured by vitamin B, AIDS is caused by its treatment, and on and on.

Its a common problem, half the stuff I read that makes sense up in till it has to go off the rails about the Jews, or the devil, or lizard people, or whatever.

If there is a big conspiracy, it's to delegitimize valid arguments by insisting they be articulated by otherwise goofy people.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:12:35 PM EST
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So hold on, you think that powerful men would never acted together towards a common self-interest?
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Originally Posted By nick1983:
Originally Posted By Gunplay:
Just venting. Why is it that someone capable of writing an incredible book like Jekyll Island must also instantly blunt that message with all manner of other conspiracy nonsense? It is so frustrating.


So hold on, you think that powerful men would never acted together towards a common self-interest?





Way to not address the main point there.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:30:12 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Gunplay:
I'm saying an excellent book like Jekyll Island is obscured by belief in nonsense like chem-trails, Noah's Ark, 9/11 inside job, cancer cured by vitamin B, AIDS is caused by its treatment, and on and on.

Its a common problem, half the stuff I read that makes sense up in till it has to go off the rails about the Jews, or the devil, or lizard people, or whatever.

If there is a big conspiracy, it's to delegitimize valid arguments by insisting they be articulated by otherwise goofy people.

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I can't speak to any of the ones you have listed above.

However, once you have deconstructed some of the "manufactured realities" for the pack of lies that they are, you can't help but think, hold on, what else is a lie?

The problem with the "conspiracy" realm of interest is, it induces paranoia for those that have an interest in it and ridicule from those who can't see the forest for the blinders.

What has actually happened is usually a mix of what is coming to be known as "conspiracy reality" and boring mundane events, that paranoid people blow out of proportion. Which in doing so brings down the wrath of the GMAs to dish out the tinfoil comments, in many cases justifiably so.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:50:22 PM EST
Then there is "poisoning the well".......
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:53:06 PM EST
He angered many with his book.

The Halliburton mind control machine was trained on him full time afterwards.
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