Yes, I believe in the existence of conspiracies. You'd have to have your head stuck in the dirt not to understand that they are a part of world history, and even American history to an extent. Now whether i think the government is spying on me through my toaster with the help of alien mind control technology stolen from Switzerland bank CEOs? Ehhhhh not so much.
Say what you will about some of the more ludacris conspiracies and 'proofs' for said or 'indications' for that matter but looking at the core ideas behind them all (NWO and what not) and then checking worldly politics you can't help it but look back at them neurotic bastards and still see truth in their core idea.I skimmed through it, I have to say it opened a door for me into the world of conspiracy theories. Illuminati, Bilderburgers, Masons, and all that jazz.
I agree. Theories are also rooted in fact yet unproven as such. Enough facts to have kept me interested for a couple years anyways. I became disconnected when I determined it was a waste of time. Entertaining nonetheless.Also, sorry. Your first function is designed not to take in facts, but, to make judgement and come up with theories. Your second, and third functions are the ones that take in information.
Like I said, I look at things a little differently now since I learned of the conspiracy angles. For instance, I don't believe 9-11 was an inside job as there are too many people who would have first hand knowledge of putting detonators inside the towers. What with the rapid flow of information and access to the media, it is too tempting to blow the lid on the whole thing. But I've found most of the theories put out there are far too fetched. I do believe that the FDR administration had knowledge of an impending attack on Pearl Harbor and chose not to be proactive or dismissed it. But I also don't think that there is a network of secret social engineers pulling the strings behind the scenes either.Say what you will about some of the more ludacris conspiracies and 'proofs' for said or 'indications' for that matter but looking at the core ideas behind them all (NWO and what not) and then checking worldly politics you can't help it but look back at them neurotic bastards and still see truth in their core idea.
Somewhat like not seeing the forest for the trees thing, seems like there is enough going on right in front of us without concerning ourselves about what's happening behind the scenes.I dismiss most conspiracy theories, but only because they very rarely plumb the depths of the depravities that are probably going on.
You've been reading Lies My Teacher Told Me?
- The European settlers in America didn't defeat the Natives, 90+ percent died by the plague through no intention of Europeans, all before the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock.
- The Native Americans weren't anywhere near as primitive as they're portrayed to be, and therefore the pilgrims didn't actually "settle" America, so much as just, moved in.
- Columbus was a joke, his entire existence was clouded with lies, most likely nothing you read about him in any text book is reality.
- Vikings are largely believed by true historians to be the first Europeans to discover America, they had their asses handed to them by the natives, so they promptly left and probably didn't come back.
- A majority of European settlers actually envied the natives for the way they lived and many often left their settlements to join them. Even Ben Franklin believed and wrote that the native culture provided more opportunities to live a free and happy life than any European cultures he had ever known could.