Sports fans, it appears we are moving back to the good old days when Rome ruled and anyone with any ideas who were not sanctioned by the state has committed heresy and worthy of government attention, perhaps incarceration. Perhaps the age of reason was entirely a chimera after all. Stoke up the fires, it is witch burning time. For your own good, don’t come up with any crazy ideas. If you have any questions concerning … well most anything just turn on the zootube and have your reality remodeled. I wish this were some kind of joke, but I am afraid it is not. I have a suggestion, when anyone throws the term “conspiracy” at you, consider it an invitation to enter their own personal mental asylum and turn it down, keep moving. This well used phrase has worked, for a short period of time anyway, to keep the natives from becoming restless and actually realizing what a mushroom pile they actually live in. If you need any new ideas, they will be issued to you by the state.
You don’t need a conspiracy when most everyone is educated to believe the same thing and consider themselves knowledgeable.
There are many who do not know they are fascists
but will find it out when the time comes.”
Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls
“Political elites and super-bureaucrats are worried. It’s becoming harder to control their fragile, constructed consensus reality. This is intellectual terrorism, perpetrated by the state.
A history stitched together by lies and cover-ups, political assassinations, slight-of-hand false flag deceptions, secret societies, dual loyalties and stolen fortunes – this has been the exclusive privilege of organized crime and the ruling elite for centuries.
Putting aside history’s ‘big ticket’ items though, the real reason for this authoritarian trend is much more fundamental. By knocking out their intellectual competition, political elites and their media moguls hope to minimalize, and thus eliminate any alternative analysis and opinion by applying the completely open-ended and arbitrary label of “extremist” to everyday speech and public discourse. They want to wind back the clock, where a pre-internet, monolithic corporate media cartel held a monopoly on ideas.”
In other words your own thoughts, idealism and research to form a coherent vision of reality is not sanctioned. You will need official authority to verify it. The vision of Sitting Bull at the Sundance ceremony in which he predicted the arrival of Custer would never receive government sanctions. The random use of this term conspiracy theory by satanic perverts and brain dead scum on the internet are an insult to the human mind. Unfortunately midgets like Sarkozy now some wish to make it government policy
“Many millions of people hold conspiracy theories. . . .”
“According to William Garner, the mere act of elevating one’s personal belief to a “theory” is preposterous at best, dangerous and sinister at worst. In any sound study of science, one comes up with a question about a particular subject. He then proceeds to formulate a hypothesis that seeks not only to understand but to provide a definitive answer to his original question. After sufficient and careful study, the researcher comes to a conclusion that either supports or refutes his hypothesis. And after more and more study and examination, perhaps this original hypothesis is further proven to be so robust that he elevates his hypothesis to the lofty and important position of “theory.”
This new theory is now seen as highly significant in, and important to, that particular field of study. Proponents may not only support it openly and publicly, they may venerate it because of its extreme rank and gravity. This new theory is then published, its contents widely disseminated for all to see, admire and study further.
William Garner contends that, what makes the Sunstein/Vermeule paper so dangerous to ordinary American citizens is the fact the Jesuits have immediately elevated what should be called and universally accepted as a personal opinion or even hypothesis to the lofty and important rank of theory, artificially placing huge importance on, and calling undue attention to, that so-called “theory,” and even calling it a potential danger or imminent threat to the government. This practice is also dangerous to ordinary Americans because it immediately labels that “theorist” as a threat to the Jesuits, providing them swift recourse to pursue legal (or unlawful lethal) action against the “conspiracy theorist.”