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I agree to an extent

Conspiracies do scare people off, but I believe that people need to hear conspiracy theories whether they believe it or not. They can't unlearn what they hear. We have a moral obligation to share the facts with others regardless of consequences, to play small out of fear of ridicule or being discredited is (at least to me) dancing on the graves of the thousands of men who have died for my Rights. I owe it to all the Tennessee Volunteers that laid their lives on the altar of freedom.

We can theorize about who/how JFK and 9/11 happened. We can theorize on details, but we can prove conspiracy. It is proven that The Warren Commission and 9/11 official report can be proven inconsistent with facts and eyewitness accounts. There is no doubt we are being lied to.

However, I do agree that some people aren't worth talking to about JFK or 9/11. I talk to those people mostly about sound money.

I try to align myself for the best chance at successfully sharing the idea in mind. I find it helpful to lead conversations by asking questions, and intently listening to what the target has to say. People usually listen when they can tell I showed them that respect.

Most people do not know how much silver dimes and quarters are worth. Since I can prove the value of silver coins to the dollar, I can prove to them that their money is being manipulated by our Government. Once someone knows that Government manipulates our money it becomes easier to believe conspiracies.

We need 1000 Paul Reveres, with gun confiscation showing itself on the horizon I can no longer stay quiet about the facts of conspiracy. Those that don't believe will one day believe, and they will remember you for telling them the truth.

The individual who refuses to defend his rights when called by his Government, deserves to be a slave, and must be punished as an enemy of his country and friend to her foe. - Andrew Jackson