How to Respond to an Anti-Conspiracy Theorist

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How to Respond to an Anti-Conspiracy Theorist

By Mike King

“You sound like a conspiracy theorist.”

RESPONSE: “Conspiracy Theorist?” Now tell me the truth, where did you hear that term…on TV? (Laugh) … The label of “Conspiracy Theorist” is tactic used to discredit those of us who can see through the government/media-bullshit that you, evidently, cannot. Let me get this straight. Are you saying that men in high positions of power are not capable of criminal activity and telling lies to the general public to cover that up? Don’t you believe in the famous proverb: “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely?” Are you really that naive?” (Laugh as you say this.)

“I’m not saying that powerful people don’t lie, but a conspiracy like that would have to involve 100’s of people. You can’t hide something like that.”

RESPONSE: “You’re absolutely right. I agree with you 100%. It is impossible to totally cover up a conspiracy so massive. That’s why I know about it! What you must understand is that they don’t have to cover it up totally. First of all, most major scams are compartmentalized. Not everyone understands the “big picture.” And even a bucket that has a few leaks can still do the job of carrying water from here to there. They only need to fool 80% of the public, which isn’t hard to do when only a few well-connected elites — themselves united by either self-interest or fear

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