You have to understand the way mainstream society thinks. They vote. They might be interested in smaller government, lower taxes, better foreign policy, personal freedom...
...and when they stick their toes in the water of the movement and see a bunch toxic seaweed (Building 7 rants, chemtrails, etc.), they think, "Gee, THAT'S why I didn't want to swim in that pool!"
That's what so many of the conspiracy people don't appreciate. It's not about whether we disagree with their ideas. It's not about whether their theories are true or false. It's about the fact that they're just not WINNING ideas, and they're not central to our cause. Maybe, when we get people into the pool and change the environment, we can get more people questioning things the way you want. But we're not there.
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