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Anti-Conspiracy-Theorists = Thought Police

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.

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Michael Nystrom's picture

The suit was dismissed

I knew nothing about this...

If the case was dismissed you should consider filing a claim to make sure the next potential opponents think twice about going after you.

If you don't kick them in the teeth brother they will keep coming back until they have depleted you financially or have incapacitated you otherwise.

If you'd like to hear of some simple claim notices you can do give me a buzz. Right now you already have them for filing a frivolous claim.

Thank you for putting up with

Thank you for putting up with the lawsuit, all of us, and still finding it within you to provide this site. Your contributions do not go unnoticed.

That is wonderful! I am very happy to know it has been dismissed.

Maybe method police... But

Maybe method police... But not thought police.


“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.

A liberal attack with anyone who disagrees with you

will not advance your agenda, diversity of opinion is a good thing. I personally don't believe the fertilizer plant was destroyed by a missile. Does that make me a bad person?

Begin your ad hominem attacks now...


anti conspiracy-theorists are just coincidence-theorists

like it was a coincidence that the passport of a hijacker was found in rubble at ground zero.

a coincidence that a bullet entered JFK's head, bounced around in his body, and then exited his side.


these are the people that need therapy.

My name is dducks

and I am a conspiracy theorist.

My last conspiracy that I was ignorant of was global warming.

Name calling

I'm not someone who goes around debunking conspiracy theories, so I hope you listen to me when I say, I feel ill-at-ease with such collective name-calling.

Yes, there are thought police. Some anti-conspiracy people are, but so are some conspiracy theorists. It depends on the individual.

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine

So True About Thought Police

I am sure many of you as well as myself have notice, not on this site but others sites where comments are allow. You do see a pattern of those who question the "official" government conspiracy stories that is push heavily by the MSM, are quickly demonized and called names. The Thought Police rarely put their own opinions to the evidence or stories supporting the "official" government statements. Those who enjoy attacking Alex Jones, rarely point us to other alternative news website, that gives a better thought provoking analysis of the "official" government conspiracy stories push by the MSM talking heads.

i'm a conspiracy theorist

i'm a conspiracy theorist


I'd bump this thread

but I'm afraid I'll be put on a list.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Claims of proof and knowing the real truth

Are often greatly exaggerated by the conspiracy crowd. I have no problem with anybody with an alternative theory. Just stop exaggerating the so called 'proof'.

Again, I have no problem with anybody talking about alternative theories ect. I just want people to know that I do not regard flimsy evidence as proof.

Btw, the burden of proof is on the accuser, not the accused.

Ron Paul - Intellectual hero

"burden of proof is on the accuser, not the accused"

Exactly. And rather than prove anything, the government picks a patsy, the media pimps the story, and they murder the accused rather than prove their theory. You seem to forget this all started when the media and government started accusing people, locking them up, then denying them a trial. They are making actual LEGAL accusations and destroying lives without ever proving anything.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Shame has...

Shame has forever been a weapon of control, whether the scarlet letter or Nixon's label of "Conspiracy Theorists."

While it is my opinion that band-wagoning regardless which side one prefers, i.e. "official story" or "conspiracy theory" is a poor state from which to find truth.

Waco, Ruby Ridge, Rainbow Farms, Operation AJAX (overthrow of Iran 1953, were all once "conspiracy theories" that turned out to be true.

Nevertheless, some are just a crazy kid manipulated into waging a religious war.

Either way, much can be directly tied to American interventionist foreign policy, which is by no stretch a conspiracy as the militarists love to chest-thump and throw red-meat to their pandered People-Groups.