Just a Comment.Sat 10:19 am Europe/London, 1 May 2021 2
I noticed this comment on the bottom of a whatsherface video on youtube, and felt it was worth sharing.
If a person needed proof to see how upside down the world has become, then look no further than the world’s treatment of “conspiracy theorists”. Never has a group of people been so right, so often, yet gaslit so hard. Caricatures and stereotypes of conspiracy theorists have created a stigma so deep that even when people agree they say “I’m not a conspiracy theorist but…”. That sounds an awful lot like the people who say they aren’t a racist before saying something racist. Maybe it’s time the title of conspiracy theorist should be embraced. How many times does a person need to be right before they level up to Nostradamus? I mean, conspiracy theorists got more right in the last year than Nostradamus got in four centuries, I think some credit is overdue.
Yes Ian, I openly admit to being a conspiracy theorist, because SOMEBODY has to do the thinking for the masked morons……
Also I admit it because I know that the phrase originated with the CIA and I can PROVE that. So, anyone mindlessly parroting the phrase is directly supporting the CIA! When I say that to a parrot then, if they aren’t bothered by that then, I know that they are beyond hope, and so I don’t care about them anyway
That makes them ‘theorists that believe there are no conspiracies’. Much harder to prove. Let them try and explain events without any reference to conspiracy – wars, fake epidemics, vaccine deaths, depressions, collapse of empires. I could go on! The other possibility is that they have no theories of any kind about events. Empty heads.