Lead With Liberty, Not ConspiracySubmitted by Robert Timsah on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 14:08
(READ COMPLETELY BEFORE YOU JUST ARBITRARILY VOTE DOWN)
I've been as frustrated and outraged with the Sandy Hook conspiracy angle as most of you have been. The supposed grieving parents, all seem to be following a script involving fake crying. Then you see Obama do the exact same damn thing - wipe away a tear that's not there. I see a woman pretending to be a mother of a kid at the school who we later see with a different name and appears to be an actress. It's all so ugly and frightening with it's implications about the criminal elements in our government and outside of it.
The problem with conspiracy in the liberty movement is we simply lack the funds, resources and talent necessary to actually and properly investigate them. As a result numerous, probably false, conspiracies dominate the movement. None of us agree on every conspiracy. Some think the moon landing was fake, I think that's bull. Some think 9/11 was staged, I think that's bull, but then some believe 9/11 was REAL but done by our government and then others believe... See what I'm saying? It leads to a make-believe world where there are no "Facts" and instead there's just conspiracy. There's no grounding to our movement.
I just now spent an hour looking over Sandy Hook "actors". I could not figure it out. Too many names, too many people and too many pictures. The people did not all look exactly alike to me as was being suggested. But some did look alike. But the real question is, so what? Until the mainstream media is dead or revolutionized, they will never report on any of it. The funny part is, if you remember the law enforcement of New Town said they were tired of people "impersonating family members" online and in social media. In a sense we're saying the same thing - We're tired of ACTORS impersonating family members on TV! But my ONLY point in all of this is not to say there are no conspiracies, of course there are. JFK's murder was def a conspiracy, among other events.
All I'm saying is we should not make it the cornerstone or foundation of our movement. The foundation of our movement should be liberty and the support of non-aggression against peaceful individuals.