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The end of the conspiracy movement
Pyle Gomar
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01-13-2018 03:25 PM

 



Post: #1
The end of the conspiracy movement
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All good things come to an end.
How do stupid things ever start?
Think tanks

It has run it coarse. wrap it up guys.
I think you can still get immunity from prosecution in some countries
But that hast stopped the nuremberg witch hunt for the nazi
Still today, they are finding these guys hyding
If you leave the country now, you mite have a chance mods
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Monk
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01-13-2018 03:29 PM

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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
lol
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01-13-2018 03:33 PM

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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
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01-13-2018 03:37 PM

 



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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
You would have had to be 16 to fight during the war. So the last year to be born for most of the soldiers in the WW2 generation would be 1926.

We are 8 years from 2028. Why is that significant? Because most WW2 vets alive today were the really young draftees drafted in their teens. They're 92+ years old today.

In 2028 there will be a very small handful of 100+ year old WW2 vets left alive.

By 2040 we are looking at the last people to witness WW2 left alive and dying away.

By 2050 we likely won't have any first hand witnesses of WW2, in any country, anywhere.

They still look for nazi officers, they just don't find many of them anymore.
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Monk
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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:37 PM)
You would have had to be 16 to fight during the war. So the last year to be born for most of the soldiers in the WW2 generation would be 1926.

We are 8 years from 2028. Why is that significant? Because most WW2 vets alive today were the really young draftees drafted in their teens. They're 92+ years old today.

In 2028 there will be a very small handful of 100+ year old WW2 vets left alive.

By 2040 we are looking at the last people to witness WW2 left alive and dying away.

By 2050 we likely won't have any first hand witnesses of WW2, in any country, anywhere.

They still look for nazi officers, they just don't find many of them anymore.

I don`t think the last ones got much training. It became just another war culture they exploited.
It was the first wave that was really dangerous. They meant what they did and can`t blame it on brainwashing.
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blarny rabble
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01-15-2018 05:11 AM

 



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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Bump
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Skeletor
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01-15-2018 05:36 AM

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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Pyle Gomar  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:25 PM)
All good things come to an end.
How do stupid things ever start?
Think tanks

It has run it coarse. wrap it up guys.
I think you can still get immunity from prosecution in some countries
But that hast stopped the nuremberg witch hunt for the nazi
Still today, they are finding these guys hyding
If you leave the country now, you mite have a chance mods

LOL .. you wish! Nobody knows what the truth is anymore!
Oh and you'd be more credible if you'd use the spell checker.
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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Pyle Gomar  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:25 PM)
All good things come to an end.
How do stupid things ever start?
Think tanks

It has run it coarse. wrap it up guys.
I think you can still get immunity from prosecution in some countries
But that hast stopped the nuremberg witch hunt for the nazi
Still today, they are finding these guys hyding
If you leave the country now, you mite have a chance mods

we are going to have the truth movement.

Nature is returning to equilibrium, the only thing being destroyed was never real to begin with - an artifice that has inevitably lost its hold on the hearts and minds of men. Some wait for the end, others give birth to the new.


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JohnPrewett
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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Rapidly heading toward polarization. That is toward a state where everyone either sees through the grand conspiracy
... or is permanently deceived by the grand conspiracy.

Where the 'undecided' and subject to changing camps group has shrunk to insignificance.
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Nevereververerr
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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
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.

"For heaven ghostly is as nigh down as up, and up as down: behind as before, before as behind, on one side as other.
Insomuch, that whoso had a true desire for to be at heaven, then at the same time he were in heaven ghostly."
- CoU

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01-15-2018 06:41 AM

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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
"The end of conspiracy is the beginning of conspiracy ..."
— Shìthole Dictator (somewhere)


chuckle

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01-15-2018 07:07 AM

 



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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.

verified by what? more hearsay? trust will always be the 'issue'

bank on it.


Nevereververerr  Wrote: (01-15-2018 06:38 AM)
So things cannot go long without scrutiny from the public.

a public trust?


Nevereververerr  Wrote: (01-15-2018 06:38 AM)
So, if there were conspiracies, they would be of a psychological/spiritual nature.

is there anything that is not "of a psychological/spiritual nature"?


Nevereververerr  Wrote: (01-15-2018 06:38 AM)
That's why the mass media and politics are the way they are - they are making everything chaotic so that there is no verity.

that is actually what the goal is for the agents of central intelligence. they formed a trust long ago to centralize your intelligence.

Nevereververerr  Wrote: (01-15-2018 06:38 AM)
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.

something like that. dumb down the 'public' to the point of absolute double ignorance so that they think they 'know' everything already. and then use them like robots (biobots)
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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Pyle Gomar  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:25 PM)
All good things come to an end.
How do stupid things ever start?
Think tanks

It has run it coarse. wrap it up guys.
I think you can still get immunity from prosecution in some countries
But that hast stopped the nuremberg witch hunt for the nazi
Still today, they are finding these guys hyding
If you leave the country now, you mite have a chance mods

the only 'conspiracy theories' with any traction now are 'fake news' and 'lock her up' related shite , its contravening rebuttals and whatever daily controversys drumpfs shouthole hole can generate . MAGA indeed.

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Nevereververerr
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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
I think - since everything is quickly disputable, the tact is to sustain the chaos and then persist - to always have the last word. And who has the resources to persist? People who are in the business of persuasion - the mass media, politicians, PR and advertising, ect. This is what they do.

So it is all about persuasion, it is power for those who persevere in the arena of perception. But it is lies and most people know it. So there is nothing sacred in it. And while TPTB shamelessly undermine government, they expect that their power is sacred, but it is a sham for all to see.

"For heaven ghostly is as nigh down as up, and up as down: behind as before, before as behind, on one side as other.
Insomuch, that whoso had a true desire for to be at heaven, then at the same time he were in heaven ghostly."
- CoU

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blind prophet
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01-15-2018 07:41 AM

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RE: The end of the conspiracy movement
Well every good thing eventually sleeps.

Oh welllll

Oh fking wellll

Come get me, or don't.

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