Anti-Conspiracy-Theorists = Thought PoliceSubmitted by vinceableworld on Wed, 04/24/2013 - 07:38
I don't think it can be stated any clearer than that.
Those of us here who are not scared to death of peer pressure should chime in on this subject. I'm concerned there are possibly some conspiracy theorists who are beginning to self-regulate what they say... such as disclaimers before saying it like "now I'm normally not a conspiracy theorist BUT this part really doesn't add up for me...."
Then instantly they are chastised by someone else for even suggesting an alternative theory to the "official story."
If the "official story" is true then GovCorp Inc has NOTHING TO HIDE and shouldn't have any problem answering all of our questions and DIS-PROVING all of our "conspiracy theories."
God forbid someone should construct a theory that better fits the evidence presented.
Constructing a theory about the possible truth when facts don't add up is not something "crackpots" do. It's something intelligent people who think for themselves - do. Thinking is not against the law but you could swear by the reactions of some people here that "thinking improperly" should be a crime.