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No More Conspiracy Theories, Please!















Are we through with fantasy? Ready to live in a world of reality where, sometimes, things really are as they appear to be?

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  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    Here's another conspiracy fact about the land of the free: Tarantino report on TYT.

  • 20 months ago

    CaptainPike

    No, you did not misread me. I do not believe that the government conspired for 911. But, what can not be refuted is that our government has a history of not telling us everything. Their hiding of facts from the American people is not a conspiracy theory; that part is a conspiracy fact. What else is fact is that the American people are throwing away their freedoms or having them removed and that most are blind that this is happening. The following are not theories, the following are indisputed facts, and if we focus on that instead of manufacturing theories of why Bldg 7 was a controlled demolition or concoct strawman stories, then maybe we can all wake up to what's happening and do something about it:

    • Six year olds charged with major felonies and facing sex offender registration for playing doctor with neighbor girls
    • Seven year olds refused boarding of a plane because their like name appears on some list
    • Removal of constitutional rights stripped from "terrorists" which soon enough included "domestic terrorists" (i.e. you and me, if they want it to be)
    • An "Office of Homeland Security" who needs no warrant to arrest, detain, search and make you disappear to Guantanamo, and do so while being protected by law and with impunity
    • Two teenagers having consensual sex are now registered sex offenders and their lives ruined
    • People questioned, detained and placed on terrorist watch lists at airports for stupid shit like having firecrackers in suitcases or having more than 4 oz of toothpaste in their carryon
    • Wiretapping and internet monitoring powers given to our government that are so broad and sweeping, we have no constitutional rights protecting us from search & siezure there
    • 2 year olds facing sex offender registration for urinating in public
    • Outcries to register this and that and that and this from sex offenders to defunct landlords to gun owners to those convicted of animal cruelty; one state even tried to register victims of sex abuse as they are statistically more likely to become abusers! Even chess.com is on that stupid bandwagon with their "public shaming" cheaters list! What's next; Muslims?

    These aren't theories, these are what are.

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    MK -- Ah good. That's what I thought. :-p

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    u shah? "Misread?" no not u ... never Tongue out lol

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    I'm confused, CaptainPike. The title is "No more conspiracy theories, please!" Did I misread that?

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    i agree COMPLETELY captain! "... don't take someone's word for it just because they have a lot of letters behind their name." & this goes4any1no matter wat side of the debate he/she iz on. w/that sed, sum ppl DO know wat they r talk'n bout .. it's alwayz gd4one2research further & try2find the info b4it gets censored.  i also agree that "We don't know all that there is to know, as it still strikes me as asinine that a flight of over 100 people, including many healthy men on board, could be held hostage by insignificant box knives." not2mention all of the other suspicious circumstances involving 911 (specific VIPs who jus happened2NOT show up4work that day; surveillance video that wuz turned-off; civilian cell phone video that showed the impact contradicting "official statements" etc.)

  • 20 months ago

    CaptainPike

    LoL, okay, MK, you have some valid points, but don't take someone's word for it just because they have a lot of letters behind their name.

    Case in point: Some professor out there with an alphabet soup claiming Bldg 7 was a controlled demolition due to the way that it fell, indicating that the only way Bldg 7 could fall the way that it fell was through a controlled demolition and demonstrates how it appears that there were explosions at its base; in his dissertation, he claims that this is the way controlled demolitions are accomplished; that the explosions are all set off at the exact same time in order to achieve the desired result. He is mistaken on a great many points:

    1. Videos easily obtained on youtube.com show many controlled demolitions indicating that the explosions do not always, and rarely, go off at the exact same time; further research into the matter indicates that they can not all go off at the same time, or else excess pressure is built  up inside the structure, causing it to blow out instead of down, and the demolition would then quickly become uncontrolled.
    2. Bldg 7 was a pancake collapse (one floor collapsing onto the next onto the next), which has occurred to many structures for various reasons outside of controlled demolitions.

    Not to get a discussion about Bldg 7 going, but the point is, he is a "scientist with credentials who has spent a great deal of time investigating the matter", but he still does not know what the hell he's talking about, regardless of his impressive resume.

    This much I will say: We don't know all that there is to know, as it still strikes me as asinine that a flight of over 100 people, including many healthy men on board, could be held hostage by insignificant box knives.

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    ur stereotype'n conspiracy theorists w/the same way they r depicted in the fictional films u watch. hvu personally met so many as to determine ur judgement sound? ther r VERY educated men & women whom spend significant time & energy uncovering the truth & u belittle them. i4one appreciate all of the "underground" news i can get cuz i assure u that the mainstream media rarely duz an adequate job (due2a variety of reasons).

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    @Kaina -- Did you actually bother to read what I wrote? Conspiracy theories are one of those special topics which require careful and deliberate use of language as well as the ability to read/listen carefully in order to avoid talking at cross purposes in order to start making something vaguely resembling intelligent progress in conversation.

    Although context would seem to suggest you're responding to me, the content of your message defies that initial hypothesis since you seem to be responding to a conveniently anaemic antagonist who is a creation of your own mind.

    If you wish to have a conversation with your anaemic imaginary friend then go right ahead but if you want to have a conversation with me then you must do me the courtesy of actually reading what I write to you.

    Happy New Year.

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    actually .. r those movies good? I'v seen Lincoln Zombie Killer & Lincoln Vampire Hunter@the video store but hvn't rented them yet .. r they worth watch'n?

    & if u choose2dismiss ALL of the conspiracy theories then that's ur choice .. but if u choose2believe that ther r NO conspiracies which now or ever existed, then u r sadly mistaken my friend. (jus think of the normal jerk-offs on this site alone whom conspire2sabotage games, purposely time-out, spy on teams, & use engines .. now imagine such ppl in positions of real-life power ..)

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    @Kaina -- Have you been watching Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter without parental guidance. Look, we've talked about this. Not everything on screen is a fly-on-the-wall documentary.

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    point taken shah but the powers that be hv obviously conspired@diff times thru-out history & not all such conspiracies hv been brot2light

    p.s.

    "There IS a secret society of vampires running the world whom keep themselves incognito!" (however unlike u, i do not mean the fictional variety) Tongue out

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    @Pike -- When religious people tell me that they believe this or that on the basis of faith, I ask them if they can give me something to help me distinguish between faith and gullibility because as far as I can tell gullibility is believing things for no good reason and faith is...

    @Kaina -- Powerful people frequently attempt to conspire but if history has taught us anything then it is that conspiracies are hard to keep under wraps. Conspiracy theories imagine enemies who are superhuman criminal masterminds. Outside of Marvel Comics, I'm not sure they exist. Often a conspiracy theorist would argue something equivalent to "The very lack of good evidence proves their ingenuity." If we accept that then we are at the mercy of any and every wild claim we may come across.

    e.g. "There is a secret cabal of vampires running the world but they keep themselves very well hidden."

  • 20 months ago

    downtown65

    did i hear some one mention my name ?

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    perhaps .. so iz it less "stupid" & "ignorant" & less "mentally ill & deficient" & less "gullible" 2believe that the 'powers that be' NEVER conspire? Tongue Out

  • 20 months ago

    CaptainPike

    ROFLMAO

    Oh, and "gullibility" can be added to the list as well ...

  • 20 months ago

    NimzoRoy

    In order to eliminate conspiracy theories you're going to have to eliminate stupidity, ignorance...and various forms of mental illness and deficiencies. I'm not holding my breath here...

  • 20 months ago

    Master_Kaina

    lol ... no grammar needed here ... "text-speak" ... lol ... if u want2c evrythng spelled-out correctly then read the blog descriptions & my 'About Me' section ... otherwise it's shorthand4posts like ths1so get-over-it! lol Tongue out

  • 20 months ago

    shahhussainkcl

    MK -- I once put it very well on a facebook status update:

    "A poverty of evidence leads to an abundance of 'expert' opinions."

    See that you guys? Sometimes I can be wise.

    P.S.: But seriously, dude. Grammar!!

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