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Like I said before, I used to laugh at these "conspiracy theorists" at their wild stories and made fun of them. And I finally experienced that when I confronted my step father about Barack Obama's birth certificate.

What he said shocked me, the way he acted was unnatural for him! He got angry, even said curse words at me in a non-jokingly manner. He told me that only conspiracy theorists, Republicans, and racists believe that. He refused me trying to show him that the birth certificate was bluntly edited.

I realized that by opening myself with such statements, I am doing just as I had laughed at the 9/11 and Bilderberg truthers as doing, scaring people away. making them less willing to listen to what I am saying.
Then I realized, even if he realizes this what this going to change?

What is provable from 9/11, is our out of control foreign policy. People are dying because of us and our soldiers are suffering and opposing to this.

What ties to that is the debt, and how it destroys the economy and enslaves the prosperity. THAT is what people cares for. Misconceptions about the candidates and parties people belong to can also be disillusioned. those are the areas you should focus on when talking to people, NOT just going on youtube and typing "9/11 was an inside job! Ron Paul 2012". Doing so will attract no one actually willing to listen to what you say. and it doesn't help either when people frequently calling the opposition out to be "sheeple" or "wake the fuck up" without addressing them on their faults.

In that sense, Jack Hunter is right.

"Truth is Treason in an Empire that lies" - Ron Paul

Educate the masses, and win in the end.