Conspiracy Theory Part II

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If it were just a conspiracy theory we would not have found out about it.


When the conspiracy card is played for me it is the sine qua non that things need further investigation. It is used many times as a defection to mask the shallow intellectual depth of the user. Many times this is just a cliche to mask the user’s knowledge of complex subjects beyond his grasp. The conspiracy is often times born out by facts rendering it a truth and verifiable by things that were yet to be known.




Here in the dark days of the Kali Yuga I have noticed the term conspiracy is almost standard fare. It doesn’t seem to matter which type social media you engage in at any particular time. Many times people will refer to something they are unfamiliar with as a conspiracy as a reaction to deflect from their own intellectual inertia. To be honest those who have formed their world with values found in high school text books and the electronic media will be found mostly unreachable. If they have not spent decades reading books that were not on the New York Time’s best seller list and gravitated from there to alternative media with the advent of the internet, I have found you will simply be wasting your time attempting any type meaningful discussion. At this point they are like a separate species. It is easier to categorize than explore, much easier to believe than to know. The times we are in remind me of Carlos Castaneda and the separate reality. To be frank our movers and shakers, the corporate web that buys our politicians do not want an informed electorate or citizenry. Semi illiterate masses that believe every foreign war is fought for freedom and the American way no matter who is attacked is much easier to govern. Unfortunately such a citizenry carries the seeds of it’s own destruction. We saw this in Germany but the spin in America varies somewhat as we believe in corporate fascism and a foreign controlled federal reserve as the be all and end all. It is democrat vs republican, conservative vs liberal 24/7 in a never ending ping pong match that goes nowhere while the country is continues to be looted.

The Borderline idiot will always see the world as some sort of gigantic conspiracy. They say the dumber you are the more conspiratorial things may seem, so in many cases the participants may be asked to step outside their intellectual comfort zone. Generally speaking a conspiracy is a theory not substantiated by facts, not to be confused with a concept one disagrees with and worse yet one in which he is too unmotivated to explore for himself. Conspiracy unfortunately is an over used cliche many hide behind to mask their unfamiliarity with sometimes complex subjects or dodge a weighty issue they feel uncomfortable discussing. There are very few conspiracies, simply issues we may not yet be aware of.

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A U.K. study has shown that those who believe everything is a conspiracy suffer from low I.Q. and a certain form of mental illness. Those who question everything have shown to possess a much higher I.Q. and are much more mentally stable.

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A conspiracy is not a complicated issue, simply two or more people joining together in an effort to bring about a desired result. The attempt consciously or unconsciously to avoid and repress intellectual debate on some topics is of and itself a conspiracy in which some are even un-knowlingly engaged in with others, leading to the dumbing down of the top of the mushroom pile. There will always be a certain percentage of the audience who leave the fray when the “conspiracy” canard is tossed out. We have a moral duty not to allow the intellectually inferior to label everything a conspiracy. Civil discourse and the search for truth hang in the balance. Those who would deny you information already consider themselves your master. It is a question of intellectual harmonics.


The old adage that truth is in the eye of the beholder comes to mind here. What seems apparent to one may seem complicated to another. Many times it is simply a case of what we might term intellectual harmonics. As we acquire knowledge and facts somethings appear as intrinsically needless to debate. For others further down the scale they seem perplexing and these intellects often insist upon a Fox News broadcast or link to justify their validity. Others who are forcefully confronted by facts they should have known lash out in in vindictive terms in a very unbecoming manner. In modern day terminology I think it compares with examples of the slow learner holding back the class. Imagine yourself trying to explain to say a spider monkey that two and two equals four. Most of us have already accepted this as reality, however the spider monkey if he could even fathom what you were saying would view this as some gigantic conspiracy being thrust upon him. For instance ‘cognitive dissonance’ is a psychological state where one is so consumed with one’s beliefs that even when faced with overwhelming evidence that not only goes against, but also effectively nullifies their beliefs, they cannot allow it or accept the new reality. Common folks with this kind of disorder usually end up in psychological counseling.


I have heard many use the term well that is just your opinion, everybody has one. It is obvious that such a person has little or no exposure to Logic 101. It is really quite simple, some may hold the view that 1 plus 1 equals 5, some may feel that 2 plus 2 equals 5, etc etc. However one may feel that 2 plus 3 equals 5. In this particular instance it is not an opinion it is a fact. This is what we are looking for. Dangerous Ideas-kenny’s sideshow Apparently Sunstein has never heard of the Buddha

“Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.”

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2 Responses to Conspiracy Theory Part II

  1. cold says:

    Good essay.
    The idea of real communication on serious issues with people still hooked up to corporate media is one that challenges us all………..and pisses us off due to numerous failed attempts.
    The more one tries it with familiar or new people, the more it becomes a groundhog day scenario.

    My ‘approach’ evolved over time, I tried different things with different people. I settled on trying to discuss whichever modern day conspiracy was closest to their relevant life experience. I know this was effective because the reactions became more irrational and emotional. It has reached a point with several where I have backed off because I almost fear they will suffer some sort of break down if any more cracks are exposed.
    Seeing similar coping strategies from different people, it becomes clear how effective the propaganda is. Getting people to self censor, and to ignore their closest loved ones is quite a feat. Funny how they all seem to have the same ‘go to’ safe zones when the facts start to get to big. Sad too. I run hot and cold in my efforts to talk with people. I like your bit on that………

    We have a moral duty not to allow the intellectually inferior to label everything a conspiracy. Civil discourse and the search for truth hang in the balance.

    I deal with many more people who get their poison from NPR, PBS, CBC etc. as opposed to the FoxNews crowd. One thing they have in common is total faith devotion and trust to their media outlet of choice.
    The whole trip is somewhat comparable to the old tower of babel deal. Today we have google translate, but we are not able to communicate in our own language with our own people. We all have whatever talking head we want to give us our news. The more choices our controllers give us, the more fragmented it all gets, and of course each choice is tailor made to appeal to whatever hot buttons we have. God only knows what our youth are turning to for ‘news’ but it would not shock me if they get a chance to vote for Miley some day.


  2. Dublinsmick says:

    Cold that is great essay in itself and I agree with you completely. It is sometimes astounding when we cannot get through to people we have known all of our lives. Sometimes their view of things is so childish it is almost laughable. Those lacking enough drive to look past the status quo, an alternative news quest if you will sound almost like a new species.

    I have had to right off friends I have known ever since college, they sent the old conservative jingoism, hey will have to stop the eyerab thing. It is not the Arabs who issue SSA numbers to Americans, print the money, are in the process of dismantling the constitution. It is a bit unfruitful to be looking out your bed room window worried about someone performing jihad on you. People in the west will believe almost anything they are told. But as with this site, people will find the things they are meant to. It is what it is. I can exit this planet with the knowledge that hey I at least tried to pitch in.

    You can see this phenomenon all across the web in almost any venue. You can see it on sport sites for instance who in themselves do not exactly contain rocket scientists. Almost anything outside their perimeter they will nail as a conspiracy. It is much easier than a logical debate. When you the old “thank you for your service or it is the liberals, the government is too disorganized to plan such a thing, you know immediately that there will be no chance for dialogue. What is frightening is that most of them consider themselves informed. You will also run into those who are informed in many areas and when you present something outside their norm of perspective, you become the dreaded disinfo agent!

    Such things as fluoride, GMO, vaccines etc are definitely taking their toll. This has to be the case. Western man considers himself to be the great light of wisdom … these are people who believed the earth was flat 200 years ago and a British warlord named Constantine wrote divine revelations in the bible, in which if you do not believe and contribute money, you will burn in the fire.

    I hate to say it but the American dream propaganda is a bit like the nazis used but with certain differentiations. The American is taught to believe he is one of the few free people on earth, it is their destiny to take freedom to the world and whatever it takes or who you have to kill is all worth it. You are protecting freedom. This ideal supercedes the master race concept but it is similar. What you cannot explain to these pumpkin heads is when it comes to legality, there is no more America.

    You can look all across the web and I mean on European and Russian sites and you see people attempting to explain U.S.foreign policy as trying to control Europe, yada yada. the EU and the UN are the controllers and it emanates from Rome down to the queen who bows to the pope. America is just the bankrupt entity the handles the mercenary end of things.

    This is a great link for anyone half way trying to make sense out of our world today and it also went unheeded.

    The west thought the Naga was a conspiracy!


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