May 182014

(NaturalNews) The phrase “conspiracy theorist” is a derogatory smear phrase thrown at someone in an attempt to paint them as a lunatic. It’s a tactic frequently used by modern-day thought police in a desperate attempt to demand “Don’t go there!”

But let’s step back for a rational moment and ask the commonsense question: Are there really NO conspiracies in our world?

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  2 Responses to “Why NOT believing in conspiracies is a sure sign of mental retardation”

  1. This is a great mini refresher course for how to respond to the CT epithet. I would only add that conspiracies in high places – government and corporations – are merely evidence of corruption. Those who admit that The Powers That Shouldn’t Be limit their corruption to certain areas sanctioned by MSM are attempting to fool themselves. E.g., Donald Rumsfeld engaged in corruption only when he worked in the private sector, not when he was in government, with the same applying to Dick Cheney, etc.

    Yeah, right.

  2. I think it would be useful if the term ‘conspiracy theory’ were to be replaced by ‘theory about a conspiracy’.