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The end of the conspiracy movement
Dr. Woo

User ID: 53145
01-15-2018 09:31 AM

Posts: 522

Post: #16
RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Nevereververerr  Wrote: (01-15-2018 06:38 AM)
I think you're right. Conspiracies of the past relied on some degree of trust. But in this information age, trust is not an issue as everything is readily verified. So things cannot go long without scrutiny from the public.

So, if there were conspiracies, they would be of a psychological/spiritual nature. That's why the mass media and politics are the way they are - they are making everything chaotic so that there is no verity. And they'll keep everything as is, because everyone expects leaders to change things, but they will only create desperation until the people are ready to do whatever the rulers want, because of the degenerate condition of men. That is always their aim - to empower the degenerate, and then exalt them as though they were examples to be followed.
Bingo! As a side note television programming is one of the biggest conspiracies to ever appear on earth.

Every time it appeared. If you think this is the first time, you are without clue
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