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PatrickNeville
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06 Feb 2011, 11:36 am

"So why do you believe many of their lies?"

There are truths amongst the lies. That is how a good false flag created to divide, discredit and confuse works.

Seems to work quite well since you made a second stereotype.

You assumed that i took the entire loose change thing at its for for a start because "i am just another truther, we are all the same"

secondly you assumed i thought the entire thing was bogus because i said it was misleading to start with.

"There's no conclusive evidence. That's how you should look at it."

That is how i look at it.

"How do you know. This is just another of your many baseless claims. Always be sure to backup any claim you make that needs to be backed up with facts so we can start to take you seriously."

Well he uses fear to motivate people, people who study the occult say he leaves out facts and he avoids speaking about specific things and gives attention to things which are based on less or little evidence.

"You need to start to learn to look at the evidence in front of you and judge for yourself. Don't believe every lie that people tell you."

I don't.

And I have a ten minute video which describes quite well how fake theories are mixed amongst the truth. As i am sure you will say, it is just me buying into more propaganda.

it does seems to sum up false 9/11 conspiracies well.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awy8cmcuBlk[/youtube]

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07 Feb 2011, 1:33 am

PatrickNeville wrote:
Well he uses fear to motivate people, people who study the occult say he leaves out facts and he avoids speaking about specific things and gives attention to things which are based on less or little evidence.


That's not evidence for the idea that he's on the CIA payroll or something. Face it: you don't have evidence so you have to talk out of your ass.

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And I have a ten minute video which describes quite well how fake theories are mixed amongst the truth. As i am sure you will say, it is just me buying into more propaganda.


You remind me of the Christian that criticizes other religions but doesn't see how flawed his own religion is.

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07 Feb 2011, 2:15 pm

nobody said he was on the pay roll of any specific organisation, but he does serve that organisations interests.

i care very little for what you think really. alex jones and a lot of "truthers" out there are really out there to cause confusion. i learnt that over time.

i am still watching those debunk videos and taking them into careful consideration. i do agree with a lot that they are pointing out.


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08 Feb 2011, 2:19 am

PatrickNeville wrote:
nobody said he was on the pay roll of any specific organisation, but he does serve that organisations interests.


Did you forget what you said previously? Below is what you said.

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Alex Jones is not even a real truther. He works for the CIA. Gives out most of the truth and lies on purpose to discredit the truth movement.


So where's the evidence.

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i care very little for what you think really. alex jones and a lot of "truthers" out there are really out there to cause confusion. i learnt that over time.


I'm trying to encourage you to use critical thinking not just make baseless claims whenever you feel like it.

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i am still watching those debunk videos and taking them into careful consideration. i do agree with a lot that they are pointing out.


That's a good step. Maybe with time, you'll see why it's ridiculous to believe there's an Illuminati secretly controlling the world.



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08 Feb 2011, 4:03 am

I do think critically and learnt enough to realise there is a huge amount of truth to the illuminati.

it is from spending a lot of time learning about i am able to judge what amongst is it BS theories.

i cant give any direct evidence about alex jones. the best i can give you is that from studying conspiracies myself and gaining a better idea of which ones are credible, i believe that alex jones is intentionally misleading and exaggerates things.

"That's a good step. Maybe with time, you'll see why it's ridiculous to believe there's an Illuminati secretly controlling the world."

I have known for quite a while there is BS amongst the conspiracy theories. there is an agenda being carried out by a shadow government. i am highly sure of that.


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08 Feb 2011, 4:36 am

Alex Jones is at best an entertainer. At worst a comedian


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08 Feb 2011, 8:36 am

Conspiracy Theory: Jesse Ventura has to be one of the most biased shows ever... the show used a Scientologist to testify that the American healthcare system is about to begin a massive holocaust...

UFO Hunters I like though, the show provides an excellent combination of extra-terrestrial conspiracies balanced with actual science, and testimony is actually verifiable. Having a scientific background, I love the balance.



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08 Feb 2011, 3:03 pm

Jesse Ventura. agree with you.

"I was a navy seal" wow, give a crap haha.


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09 Feb 2011, 3:46 am

PatrickNeville wrote:
i cant give any direct evidence about alex jones. the best i can give you is that from studying conspiracies myself and gaining a better idea of which ones are credible, i believe that alex jones is intentionally misleading and exaggerates things.


So no evidence that he works for the CIA. Why are you making stuff up then?

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I have known for quite a while there is BS amongst the conspiracy theories. there is an agenda being carried out by a shadow government. i am highly sure of that.


What shadow government?



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09 Feb 2011, 7:10 am

MCalavera wrote:
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I have known for quite a while there is BS amongst the conspiracy theories. there is an agenda being carried out by a shadow government. i am highly sure of that.


What shadow government?


The one whose officials are carried about in Black Helicopters.

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09 Feb 2011, 7:35 am

ruveyn wrote:
MCalavera wrote:
PatrickNeville wrote:
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I have known for quite a while there is BS amongst the conspiracy theories. there is an agenda being carried out by a shadow government. i am highly sure of that.


What shadow government?


The one whose officials are carried about in Black Helicopters.

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Yea I don't really believe things like the popular conspiracy that the US government is working with Greys at a base called Dulce and things like that... although it is really wierd that when people get too close to this mountain or are on the mountain, black helicopters pop out of nowhere. One person who hiked the mountain even said that the black helicopters would hover above him in order to sort of "push" or "scare" him away. Perhaps the US government is operating an installation under the mountain in order to evade enemy satellites?