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"Yes, there is a conspiracy, in fact there are a great number of conspiracies that are all tripping each other up. And all of those conspiracies are run by paranoid fantasists and ham-fisted clowns. If you are on a list targeted by the CIA, you really have nothing to worry about. If however, you have a name similar to somebody on a list targeted by the CIA, then you are dead."


"A lot of conspiracy theorists, they find it comforting, secretly. The idea of the Illuminati and the CIA and whoever controlling our lives and destinies. You know, because that means that at least someone is in control, at least someone is at the steering wheel. And it’s not a runaway train. Paranoia is a security blanket, a massive security blanket. Whereas I think that yes these people do try to have an influence, and they often do have a very big influence, the CIA’s unique method of funding its wars over the last thirty years has contributed to the crippling drug problems of most of the Western world. So, yes they have an effect. Do they control our destinies? No, they don’t. They are nowhere near that powerful or organised. Does anything human control our destinies? No. Does this mean that God does? No, for all I know, God might just be a simple, two-line, iterative equation, with no more awareness of itself than that."


"The main thing that I learned about conspiracy theory is that conspiracy theorists actually believe in a conspiracy because that is more comforting. The truth of the world is that it is chaotic. The truth is, that it is not the Jewish banking conspiracy or the grey aliens or the 12 foot reptiloids from another dimension that are in control. The truth is more frightening, nobody is in control. The world is rudderless."
I've actually read this same exact argument numerous times over the last few weeks.

There's a tiny bit of truth to it but that's it.

It's also telling society not to question the motives of the CIA, politicians, or banking cartels.

Don't hold people with power and influence accountable for their illegal actions because 'the truth' is random and chaotic.

If courts held this same philosophy, ever criminal would go free.

It also makes the ridiculous that 'God' is no more than a two-line, iterative equation with no awareness of itself.

God IS Awareness.

Which is why the Bible describes God as omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient.

This Alan Moore guys sounds like a real tard.

Selling people hopeless and powerless by telling people that everything is random and chaotic and that any incentive to 'do the right thing' is based on paranoia.
^Great post boss. Once again showing why you are the man at the top of the ey.com pyramid.

You're so damn reasonable. Do you ever get upset at anyone or anything?
I think it's as simple as the elites getting more and more out of touch with the people to get more for themselves. They will push it until we the people say enough is enough, realize there are way more of us than there are of them, and the people will clean house, and it might get messy.

It has happened since the beginning of civilization and will probably continue until humanity ends. We start over, the rich and powerful start getting ridiculous, the people say fuck that, and then we do it all over again. Rinse and repeat.

Conspiracy Theorist, spread that term around would you? We don't want people poking too hard into this JFK thing. Thanks.
-J Edgar Hoover
Lol @ relating Jewish Banking to grey aliens and reptoids.

I can't tell if Alan Moore is a shill or merely a willful idiot. Dude is a clown either way.
Not really sure where you fellows are getting some of your angles here. Mr. Moore is pretty clear in stating that there are a great many conspiracies run by bungling idiots (like, say, idiots who can't get a simple website up and running with $500 mill to do it) who are more apt to be dangerous in their incompetence in running their conspiracies then in the completion of them.

Also, to overlook the chaotic nature of our universe, and life in general, is a bit, well, myopic...
(05-26-2014 01:04 PM)Haulport Wrote: [ -> ]Not really sure where you fellows are getting some of your angles here. Mr. Moore is pretty clear in stating that there are a great many conspiracies run by bungling idiots (like, say, idiots who can't get a simple website up and running with $500 mill to do it) who are more apt to be dangerous in their incompetence in running their conspiracies then in the completion of them.

Also, to overlook the chaotic nature of our universe, and life in general, is a bit, well, myopic...

I called Moore a clown because people like him pretend that authors like Carroll Quigley and Antony Sutton never existed.

These authors detailed complex conspiracies that have been committed over the past 150 years. Things far more influential than anything committed by bungling idiots.

Moore pretends that the Bolshevik Revolution was not fomented by both Germany and the US while they were at war with one another.

Moore pretends that Skull and Bones did not hijack Yale, Columbia, the Chicago School of Education, and Johns Hopkins in the late 1800's.

Moore pretends that US corporations (via shell companies) were not subsidizing North Korea during the Korean War, and the Vietcong during the Vietnam war.

These conspiracies were not fomented by bungling idiots.

Moore admits that conspiracies exist, but believes the only ones worth noting are those committed by idiots.

It is a half truth.

There should definitely be concern over idiots who come to high appointments or high office based on ties with family and friends, or simply due to their being biddable.

People such as these can cause a lot of harm ie fucking up the environment to make a profit.

I think he is probably misinformation. He may not even realize it. Says some good things, but also says stuff that shows he is oblivious.

Moore is spot on that we control our own destinies, nobody should blame personal problems on any sort of elite.

Moore then however rejects the steering of the misrulers, and justifies it by mentioning grey aliens and reptoids.
Care to expand on that?
(05-28-2014 04:33 AM)Winnson Wrote: [ -> ]Care to expand on that?

lol!
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