Comment: Who is that?

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Who is that?

I have no idea what's Miyamoto Musashi's relevance, I looked him up a bit, but didn't really comprehend your response.

And yes. Maybe this is a small fraction of Alex Jones' followers, but their conduct has been extremely collectivist. Most, if not all, anti-Jones posts and threads that criticize him immediately gets thumbs downs in massive numbers, by this site's standards. What they say may have merit, but its the fact that most of them act so collectively and emotionally, that it causes the following effects:

1. scare away the normal people
2. ineffectively communicates a message
3. causes people to see them as a "cult"

I am not trying to cause a "Split", but certain posters need to be more rational, and less emotional. I hope the truthers will get that 9/11 being an inside job, and Boston Bombing being one, matters nothing compared to the loss of freedom that follows them. Hope none of the conspiracy camp further fuels the stereotype of Conspiracy theorists; every time that I see a poster being called a "paid troll" or "did the Rothschilds/NWO send you here" I start to cringe, because those statements are made with no support, and only serves as a provocation to the poster, couldn't it be that the poster really disagreed with them?

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

Educate the masses, and win in the end.