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Monday, May 18, 2020

Why Some Of Us Aspire To Conspiracy Theories
By Dorraine Fisher

When you have a large population of people in the world as we do right now, it’s impossible to control them all physically. But they DO have to find a way to control us because they’re afraid of us. Because we have power beyond measure and they know it. So what do they have to do? They have to find ways to control our minds.

The term “conspiracy theorist” has often been used as a derogatory term to objectify a certain group of people and make them look crazy. But this is only another means of mind control. It’s an attempt to make one group of people who aren’t grounded in who they really are and who feel safer running with the herd believe that thinking for themselves isn’t acceptable.  And it’s also an attempt to try and make the conspiracy theorists doubt themselves or suffer too much ridicule so that they give up their original ideas and give in to the mindset of the status quo.

Conspiracy theorists don’t run with the herd. They may be alone in their views quite often, but they don’t care. It doesn’t keep them from entertaining ideas that aren’t popular. Because they know that popular ideas are often lies designed to control the masses. And conspiracy theorists don’t like being controlled with lies and deceptions. And they know they may turn out to be wrong in what they believe, and they’re okay with that. They accept this because they’re not afraid to be wrong. But they also know that those that follow the herd and run with the popular narrative that’s been handed to them by the powers-that-be in government, those that try to control the government, or any other authority figures that tell us what to think have just as much chance of being wrong. So they choose their own possibly wrong idea rather than accepting one that’s been given to them by others. It’s as simple as that. They choose their own ideas over others.

Conspiracy theorists are critical thinkers. They are out-of-the-box thinkers. They don’t let anyone tell them what they need to see in the world. They look at the world themselves and they decide what they see. In a world that would try to ridicule them, they stand in their convictions, right or wrong.

But this subject is much deeper than this. And no one describes this any better than my favorite conspiracy theorist, David Icke. In the following video, he explains EXACTLY why conspiracy theorists believe the way they do. And why conspiracy theorists are the freethinkers of the world.  Because nothing in this world is exactly the way someone else says it is. We are all being programmed every day to do exactly what they tell us to do and to think what they want us to think. Don’t believe it? Watch the video and then ask yourself again.


This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, photographer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Bigfoot Research Journal

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