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Comment: I don't buy it.

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I don't buy it.

That conversation involves both a conspiracy theorist who doesn't deal in facts, and an anti-conspiracy theorist who doesn't deal in facts. Nowhere in that conversation does either side even mention that they want logical, factual evidence. Both sides just keep talking in generalizations. That is what gets me when debating a conspiracy. Someone will just keep talking about "what the government is capable of", or "how shadow governments work", but they never have the evidence needed to prove it. You want to know how to respond to an anti-conspiray theorist? Give him evidence, not fallacy.

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