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baneposting has become real by Soviet Psychonaut - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 21:33:42 EST ID:U82pt13n No.72803 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Jenny Clurringman - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 01:56:03 EST ID:fF8NvJ1x No.72929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is really cool thank you.
The Fool !oj3475yHBQ - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 03:28:57 EST ID:kx3pSabH No.72945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good posts.
Fanny Biggleshit - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 07:29:19 EST ID:3FWtkKYi No.72947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Internet guru's ITT
John Pellyway - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 02:49:42 EST ID:fF8NvJ1x No.72959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not just a meme dude this is real. Why did the plane go down and why didn't they find any remains?
Martin Murdstone - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 12:42:03 EST ID:DQenCWRr No.72960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Anonymous starts as default username
>Ascends to memehood
>Ascends to godlike memehood
>Raids begin, from Habbo to Tylor King
>Anonymous completely fucks Co$

Present Day

>Anonymous is considered a global terror organization and occasionally IS a global terror organization

I'm just sayin

conspiracy theory crowd is into becoming nazi by Charles Ponderdet - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:51:20 EST ID:fK04iTqY No.72520 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm not a conspiracy theorist, I prefer actual analysis and put a lot of stock into leftist analysis as opposed to generally right-wing conspiracy theorists, but I don't want to get tied up on that, just want to state my position.

What I'm here to ask you guys about is if you've noticed like I have a growing anti-semitism in conspiracy theories as of late?
We all know the last time that strain of thought took off ended up with 6 million Jews getting murdered, but it seems like more and more this generation of mouth-breathing conspiracy nuts who eat anything their favorite maymay generating FB page tells them is going after 'the Jews'.

Like, it's really starting to piss me off. I get that conspiracy theories are fun and all, and sometimes it ends up being true (NSA spying for example), but are we still blaming Jewish people for all the worlds woes, in America, in 2015? Fucking really?

I don't know, have you guys noticed it too? It's really unnerving, and really pissing me off. Pic related, some 'omg Illuminati' page posted this bullshit, and one of the dumbest people I know reposted it and got all butthurt when I called him a Nazi. Like, he legitimately didn't know why I would call him a Nazi for saying 'the Jews, but only certain Jews' run the world.
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Alice Pummlestune - Sun, 29 Mar 2015 18:27:35 EST ID:U8amtQaS No.72913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
arguing with someone is only a mistake when your argument is invalid/poorly supported.

Cyril Sonningmick - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 18:29:27 EST ID:0FmWcJi+ No.72950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> 30,000 slave labour camps and the Red Cross failed to notice.
Red Cross and forced labour camps addressed here >>72888 and here >>72907

>Why didn't the allies' spies notice as well, if they were as common as corner shops?

The Polish Armia Krajowa Intelligence service infiltrated Organisation Todt all over the Reich with their agents supplying 43% of all British intelligence reports across Europe from 1939-45. The widespread infiltration by AK of the Reich labour force enabled them to supply information on industrial production, such as synthetic fuels production, rocket development at Peenemunde etc. as well as direct military intelligence such as movements and numbers of troops.
You’ll recall Organisation Todt from here>>72907

>>Why did the Germans have to be "educated" at the end of WW2 on their existance by forcing them to bury bodies
Did the German people really need to be educated on their existence? Perhaps they knew, but chose to ignore it until forced to confront the bare reality of it.

The German students who in 1942 distributed copies all over Southern Germany of the leaflet that the quote below comes from knew. They seemed quite sure it was common knowledge when the distributed this and five other leaflets between 1942-43.

>The German people slumber on in their dull, stupid sleep and encourage these fascist criminals; they give them the opportunity to carry on their depredations; and of course they do so. Is this a sign that the Germans are brutalised in their simplest human feelings, that no chord within them cries out at the sight of such deeds, that they have sunk into a fatal consciencelessness from which they will never, never awake? It seems to be so, and will certainly be so, if the German does not at last start up out of his stupor, if he does not protest wherever and whenever he can against this clique of criminal, if he shows no sympathy for these hundreds of thousands of victims. He must evidence not only sympathy; no, much more: a sense of complicity in guilt. For through his apathetic behaviour he gives these evil men the opportunity to act as they do; he tolerates this "government" which has taken upon itself such an infinitely great burden of guilt; indeed, he himself is to blame for the fact that it came about at all! Each man wants to be exonerated of a guilt of this kind, each one continues on his way with the most placid, the calmest conscience. But he cannot be exonerated; he is guilty, guilty, guilty!
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Esther Billingwell - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 19:07:41 EST ID:A4dp7cHT No.72951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The Polish Armia Krajowa Intelligence service...

But you guys said the reason why Churchill didn't mention the holocaust was because it was only found out at the end of ww2.

Why didn't the allies use the holocaust as propaganda until after Germany was defeated? Was that because if they had've tried that BS while Germany still held power, Germany would simply release the records of all the Jews the emigrated, and those detained and still alive, and show millions couldn't possibly have been executed?

>Did the German people really need to be educated on their existence?

Yes, or else they wouldn't have made them go to the camps and bury bodies of those who died of disease and tell the Germans it was a death camp. Look up "De-nazification". It was psychological warfare done against the Germans, breaking their will by imposing extreme feelings of artificial guilt. That's why for example a US army Psyop department "discovered" the Jew shrunken head which looks suspiciously like an Sth American shrunken head taken from a nearby museum.

>The German students who in 1942 distributed copies all over Southern Germany of the leaflet that the quote below comes from knew.

No specific references are made to 30,000 slave labour camps or death camps in that quote.
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Cedric Gommermine - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 20:53:23 EST ID:Rfz64vwt No.72952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>shrunken heads looks like shrunken heads
Albert Lightgold - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 01:54:29 EST ID:vfgGVujF No.72957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You really think a white person's head shrunk would look like a black person's head shrunk?

>Origin of the "evidence" - Albert G. Rosenberg of the Allied "Psychological Warfare Division"

Albert G. Rosenberg, The American Lieutenant in charge of documenting Buchenwald (where the shrunken heads came from), was from the Psychological Warfare Division of the Allied Forces.

> "Psychological Warfare Division." That's a strange name for a department that's going to document a concentration camp for future generations isn't it? The Lieutenant in the PWD was Albert G. Rosenberg. Even though he was only in his late 20's at the time, he had a rare special pass called a "SHAEF Pass", which gave him the power to confiscate the posh villa belonging to Baldur Von Schirach, who had been the wartime mayor of Vienna and also the leader of the Hitler Youth. Rosenberg lived in the villa with 12-15 former Buchenwald inmates and the team wrote-up a documentation of the camp. Most of the former inmates were communists, led by a non-communist Austrian Catholic named Eugen Kogon. Kogon compiled the report while Albert Rosenberg supervised the overall project. One could say that the documentation of Buchenwald is largely a story of liberated communists working in a posh villa, under the supervision of a Jewish Psychological Warfare Division Lieutenant who had emigrated to the USA from Germany just seven years earlier. Objectivity you can count on. 1

>The two shrunken heads that were submitted in evidence turned out to be of South American origin, and bore the inventory control number of a German anthropological museum.[11] They, too, have disappeared without leaving any traces.

>Perhaps they belonged to the Naturkundliches Museum in Weimar near Buchenwald, which does no longer exist. Its exhibits now belong at least partly to the Naturkundemuseum in Gotha. Personal communication of Peter Lange. Helmut Rehm remembers from the media coverage of those years that it turned out that these heads had an inventory number of the Anthropologisches Museum of Berlin Dahlem, personal communication. It certainly is worth exploring the Koch…
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Congress Passes Bill Giving Police Unlimited Access to Citizens’ Private Communications by James Socklestock - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 17:48:59 EST ID:6uY9qdyJ No.70639 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Have you read about this

“One of the most egregious sections of law I’ve encountered during my time as a representative: It grants the executive branch virtually unlimited access to the communications of every American.”
Washington, D.C. – In a sneak attack on the civil liberties of all Americans, the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2015 was rushed to the House floor with virtually no debate.

The legislation was scheduled for only a “voice vote,” which means that it is simply declared “passed” with voice votes and no record.

This is considered the simplest and quickest voting method, not what one would expect from such an important piece of legislation. For most pieces of major legislation, a roll call vote would be the standard operating procedure.

Thankfully, Representative Justin Amash, when catching wind of what was transpiring, went to the House floor to demand a roll call vote so that everyone would have to have their vote recorded.

The fact that this important piece of legislation was handled in this way indicates that this was done intentionally to sneak it past the public eye. It becomes even more suspicious when you realize that it was done concurrently with the CIA torture report being released and the Gruber hearing.

It seems clear there was an effort made to slip the vote by without having to answer to the American people, as Congress is well aware that Americans do not want to be spied upon by their government after the revelations by Edward Snowden.
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Martha Heddlefut - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 11:24:12 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.72826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good one. 2/10 cuz I almost came up with a responce
Another one for the ignore. All day man. nb
Phineas Govingfod - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 12:42:05 EST ID:RmPgDx9D No.72832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
2/10 just like your mom cuz she's fat

Caroline Mundleman - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 16:10:55 EST ID:aDL3NpSl No.72839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eat shit
William Wesslemat - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 16:38:06 EST ID:pU2fr5hg No.72840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haha your such a whiny bitch! Go back to qq you crybaby
Eugene Seffinghall - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 01:01:43 EST ID:+lOphNYf No.72956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
we just talk and argue about it of course

Anonymous Warns Israel That Cyber Attacks will Happen in April by Anonymous Warns Israel That Cyber Attacks will Happen in April - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 21:08:22 EST ID:esKVBmf8 No.72953 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anonymous threatens Israel with 'electronic Holocaust' in response 'to crimes in the Palestinian territories' Cyber activist group has released a video threatening attacks on Israel Warns there will be an 'electronic Holocaust' on Israeli websites on April 7 Means attack is planned for one week before Holocaust Remembrance Day Video is subtitled in Arabic and appears to have been posted online by a group calling themselves 'Anonymous Arab'

Cedric Gommermine - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 21:55:33 EST ID:Rfz64vwt No.72955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>daily heil as a source
John Pellyway - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 02:47:28 EST ID:fF8NvJ1x No.72958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>taking anonymous seriously

Come on op I know you're smarter than that

-All- of Them Witches by Shitting Sishville - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 05:18:08 EST ID:As76SnbH No.70727 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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“Many people during that time died supposedly natural deaths. Since then it has been determined that the United Mental Force of the whole coven could blind, deafen, paralyze, and ultimately kill the chosen victim. This use of a United Mental Force is sometimes called a coven.”

Witches = human sacrifice, blood drinking worshipers of satan. (Not wiccans though they are deceived. It's luciferian-lite)
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Rebecca Chongerhitch - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 10:50:31 EST ID:Chb69vcO No.70753 Ignore Report Quick Reply

sause on that book OP
Nicholas Cendleridge - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 14:51:00 EST ID:yMyQXSLE No.70755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not a real book, it's from the movie Rosemary's Baby
Wesley Dartford - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 15:42:23 EST ID:jLZOFA8s No.70756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Scary stuff.
Nathaniel Fushson - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 11:48:40 EST ID:CxxIg3cB No.72748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sause on that quote OP
Anonymous Warns Israel That Cyber Attacks will Happen in April - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 21:19:18 EST ID:esKVBmf8 No.72954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Guiley, Rosemary; Zaffis, John (2009). The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology. Infobase Publishing. p. 214. ISBN 0-8160-7314-7.

Censored report into Army corruption by Nicholas Grandham - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 12:46:02 EST ID:0aa7tBzo No.71731 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>The Army War College study released this week tells us nothing new. Several news sites carrying the report have been hacked through Shockwave, disabling browsers and placing malware in computers. When Veterans Today tried to save and publish the document, we were, within 5 minutes, hit with “copyright infringement” charges. The problem, of course, is that this is a public document paid for by the Department of Defense, declassified and in the public domain.

>The hacks included the UK Daily Mail and other news organizations. The Army instigated open cyber warfare against not only Veterans Today but other news organizations around the world, hoping they could somehow control what we expect will be a story they will never be able to contain. They problem is, they tried.

>The information will get out.

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Hugh Goodfoot - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 14:43:05 EST ID:5Jvklli4 No.71735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>VT spammer guy is back
Phoebe Cablingman - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 16:14:23 EST ID:V0ll1H8n No.71741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Almost as bad as YouTube video religious nut shitposter guy.

nb for meta complaining

Also, lol@VT as a source for anything ever
Albert Bittingsire - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 22:33:02 EST ID:MxLStdOR No.71750 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Suck my dick shill
Jack Blollyson - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 06:01:10 EST ID:9xnuUBjx No.72946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
as long as he keeps it on /tinfoil/, why is it a problem?
Whitey Snodville - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 10:12:07 EST ID:Rfz64vwt No.72948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's still an obnoxious cunt even when he's being on topic
He was also permabanned

Anonymous hacks MI5 exposes names and addresses by Anons - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 22:38:37 EST ID:1K/u7xHS No.71751 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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of pedophiles in Jimmy Savilles circle. They torture, rape and kill kids meanwhile the media says they are "child lovers" engaging in "sex".

This hack is massive news which the powers that be are censoring! Videos related have gone down, not to mention when I made a thread on it at proboards support it was moved to a "moderator" folder within 10 minutes. This is the leak that could bring down the UK establishment - media, intelligence services and parliament!

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Martha Heddlefut - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 11:28:41 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.72827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol fucking weird man. I liked that video too.
Caroline Mundleman - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 12:36:40 EST ID:aDL3NpSl No.72829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>believing anonymous does anything

I can make a Fawkes mask with plates and crayon and sit on the Internet all day too but that still doesn't make someone a "hacktivist"
William Wesslemat - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 15:19:47 EST ID:pU2fr5hg No.72838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was telling this guy that anonymous is way better live
Basil Serringmet - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 02:28:11 EST ID:3VDCnLFw No.72858 Ignore Report Quick Reply

This has nothing to do with Satan. Stop getting distracted.
Jenny Clurringman - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 02:11:06 EST ID:fF8NvJ1x No.72940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a very good video everyone should watch it.

just some interestinginfo by U - Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:52:05 EST ID:oJ2R8dGS No.71382 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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  • City of London Corporation symbol is Dragons (which are reptiles) and knight with a bat or dragon wing on his helmet.
  • Batman symbol is bat, bat is "vampire".

V (TV Series 2009–2011)
V (1983)

V symbol in movies:
Terminator resistance
Captain America and SHIELD

Blue Energy (Blue blood?) symbol:
John Carter
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Clara Bazzleputch - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 20:29:44 EST ID:W6pDsdT+ No.71436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>why don't you prove anything in any of your posts
Fine jeez

Hannah Settinghig - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 20:36:56 EST ID:ixuawddb No.71437 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Lol so did literally every other Mayan god. Mayans were into blood man I dunno what to tell you

That was the Aztecs not the Mayans. Common mistake to confuse the two, the Mayans were not a sacrificially motivated culture, they had a more isolationist style of governance and their spiritual devotion was expressed more often in astrologically rooted festivals rather than appeals for favor via blood ritual.

>All of them recent.

Sutinnu, the Sumerian word for bat, is found in multiple cuneiform scripts on blood magic. The animal's blood was used in ritual, it was honored for its association with blood and worshiped in this manner. Sumer is one of the oldest cultures on Earth, but Vedic references to the bat and blood are also in existence.

>There are 1000 species of bat, and ONE species that feeds on the blood of animals.

There are THREE known species of bats which are exclusively hematophagic vampire bats and of mammals in the order Chiroptera there are many which are carnivorous, consuming not only blood but flesh.

>And this species wasn't even discovered until 200 years ago.
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Clara Bazzleputch - Tue, 03 Feb 2015 12:02:44 EST ID:W6pDsdT+ No.71458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>That was the Aztecs not the Mayans
Fair enough, I completely forgot about the differences.

>Sumer is one of the oldest cultures on Earth, but Vedic references to the bat and blood are also in existence.
Alright, this is still tenuous though.

>There are THREE known species of bats which are exclusively hematophagic
Also true, but I was referring to those that feed on mammals.

>All hematophagic bats native to the Americas were known of by most Mesoamerican cultures for as long as record keeping was practiced and by oral tradition it definitely extended further.
But I think it's fair to say that the people of London were unaware of this when they invented the coat of arms?

>This allusion to Bram Stoker being the creator of the vampiric creature is practically a meme
I don't recall making that claim. I just said that I couldn't find an earlier source of vampires being associated with bats. (But no, I'm not going to count bats that ARE vampires, mainly because OP is going by the word "Vampire". The letter V is important apparently)
Hannah Settinghig - Tue, 03 Feb 2015 15:38:17 EST ID:ixuawddb No.71459 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Alright, this is still tenuous though.

Sure, blood magic and bats doesn't exactly mean vampires but the Sumerians did have powerful beings in their lore that were vampiric. They are specifically described as drinking the blood from the veins of their victims. This post on ATS is actually a pretty decent example of what I'm referring to, though it doesn't cover everything (particularly the portion on bats and blood magic); http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread930529/pg1

Enki himself was created out of blood and clay, blood magic and the power of blood was a strong theme in Sumerian lore, so there are many references. Most of Sumerian culture is still undiscovered keep in mind.

>Also true, but I was referring to those that feed on mammals.

Ah, no, more than 3 feed on mammals, they are flesh eating bats often called 'false vampires'. Bats not belonging to that family, especially omnivorous ones will often eat small mammals and other smaller bats as well, so there are many bats that feed on mammals. The 3 hematophagic bats feed only on blood, nothing else. They are the true vampire bats, biologically speaking. There also may be extinct or undiscovered vampire bats in other regions of the world and of course in the Americas.

>But I think it's fair to say that the people of London were unaware of this when they invented the coat of arms?

Of the Mesoamerican ones yes, but if I might indulge in some speculation, it's quite possible a vampiric species of bat existed on the British Isles before being driven to extinction. It's not a stretch, many species of animal were driven extinct on those islands, a notable legendary example being snakes in Ireland. That is of course just speculation and when I have time I'm going to research it, I do wonder if there's anything to it.
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Hannah Settinghig - Tue, 03 Feb 2015 16:10:06 EST ID:ixuawddb No.71460 Ignore Report Quick Reply

If we search V. Machek's work we get this article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubir

The Ubir is a Turkish word with Slavic parallels (V. Machek was a Czech linguist) that describes a vampiric being in legends far older than Stoker's work.

V. Machek's work, Etymologický slovník jazyka českého, 1968. likely has more to say about this, as it references both the Ubir and the word vrepit.

As a linguist and Slav, V. Machek clearly knew quite a bit about the origins of this word, at least in the Slavic region.

Here is V. Machek's biography; http://abicko.avcr.cz/2010/05/12/

V. Machek "succumbed to a serious illness" May 26, 1965. Care to call the Czech Republic for a death record?

Also noteworthy is this line from etymology;
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Here's a "light hearted" palate cleanser by Barnaby Gipperstone - Tue, 10 Mar 2015 22:11:13 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Going on this board and others makes me depressed

here's a cheer up for you all

Beatrice Cenderfield - Tue, 10 Mar 2015 23:37:52 EST ID:jZmwu2gP No.72158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
big kitty shill
i wont stand for this
Nigger Sunkinwell - Wed, 11 Mar 2015 03:00:18 EST ID:7HFWJtXx No.72164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that's pretty good. at first I thought it was gonna be shit, then it got ok then it got good because it actually says the truth

yknow what this reminds me of?
jet fuel cant melt steel beams
David Drecklestone - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 16:05:53 EST ID:Md+dCglJ No.72949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if this isnt a video of a bear in a pool then wtf else is gonna cheer me up?

nb for getting my hopes up

What did he know? by Walter Brerringkire - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 15:31:42 EST ID:98FI2sz3 No.72473 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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He must have had some major Intel on someone.

I'm thinking if it wasn't directly CIA Intel he must have had some dirt on the inner workings of sports entertainment that McMahon DID NOT want releases. Either way you can tell the CIA or maybe some black water subgroup of the CIA because it was way to professionally done... I mean people STILL think it was a "murder-suicide"

Perhaps Eddie was in on it as well or maybe this all started with Eddie and Chris and his family were just collateral kills...
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Henry Hemmerbin - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 00:59:51 EST ID:9GD0U+Q4 No.72617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is that john cena?
xXxTotallyNOTJohnC420xXxD - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 01:20:01 EST ID:/L4ZEhfG No.72621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No it's Hulk Homan
xXxTotallyAMJohnC420xXxD - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 04:44:51 EST ID:98FI2sz3 No.72627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He did it for the shorties.
Henry Hemmerbin - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 04:47:59 EST ID:9GD0U+Q4 No.72629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's not john cena that's kyle Robbins a true family man...
Oliver Huzzletuck - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 01:59:19 EST ID:CxxIg3cB No.72933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He must have been a subject of mind control AR the hands of Vince at least. Maybe remote access. Perhaps Vince made Chris turn his brain to pudding so it would "look" "natural". Where would Vince get that kind of stuff? CIA or one of his investors knows a guy.

Conspiracy theories in general. by Doris Dengerworth - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 15:17:42 EST ID:jSzV9Nwp No.71421 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /tinfoil/

So I realize there are a lot high trollposts on here. But I'm sure there are also some legitimate posts. Legitimate as in, the poster truly beliefs he is revealing some large secret.

My question is: Why would I belief a conspiracy theory? I think this is a fundamental question that a lot of conspiracy theorist spend far too little time on. A conspiracy theory is generally some obscure theory only a handful of people on the internet belief in. I do belief in secret operations of the government etc, seeing as history has shown us that these things do happen(though not to the same extend of some conspiracy theories). But if these happen, you have two possible scenarios: 1. Secret evidence leak out. This evidence can be objectively be evaluated as legitimate and the mainstream media will pick up on it. 2. Evidence does not leak out, and the general public will never acknowledge it.

I've seen people (generally with a lower type of education) post information on facebook/forums/etc on "facts" obtained from websites with names as "www.therealsecretruth.com". Sites filled with subjective articles that make all sorts of wild claims, without any objective evidence whatsoever. And the problem is, is that people genuinely belief these things are real, just because someone wrote it down. Now I am quite a scientific thinker and I think we should always be open to ideas. But at the same time we can not just label any ideas as valid, just because someone has taught of it.

Now of course you might say, "well on some sites is objective evidence". In which case I wonder why mainstream media are not all massively reporting on it. Or why are not social media filled with it? If you have evidence about an important phenomena, and this evidence is legitimate, it should be incredibly easy to report this to the general public.

Pic related. It's Tarik Z. a dutch conspiracy theorist thinking it was a good idea to walk into a national news studio with a fake gun.
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Angus Nodgestone - Sat, 07 Feb 2015 13:40:00 EST ID:6WDR2lJ7 No.71539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What's weird is that I enjoyed this video too, but I felt like this video supported the official story more than anything else.

It was pretty interesting though, I had no idea the reports were so delayed.
Esther Billingshit - Sat, 07 Feb 2015 22:38:25 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.71545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>cannot be effectively studied until 30 to 40 years after
makes sense man, I can see why. Plus I know with the US at least after a certain amount of time classified documents (or at least some of them) have to be released by law to the public. Not sure how well the govt really adheres to that, though

>I felt like this video supported the official story more than anything else
I can see why you might think that, and I don't think you are wrong, but I don't necessarily think that is the case.

The lecturer does a pretty good job staying objective. I think he wants to believe the official story because otherwise that's fucked up on the US govt's part. But throughout the video he points to issues that makes it hard as a researcher, gathering evidence and proof, to believe the story. I think the main premise he goes on is essentially a list of evidence we would need to totally validate the official story.
He also doesn't really go into alternate theories too much, which is why he might seem like a US govt supporter. But since his conclussion comes down to essentially "we don't have enough evidence to believe the official story, and since Bush lied about the Iraq war, we have no reason to simply take it on faith either."
I think the confusion arise from the nature of academics, who attempt to remain as unbias and objective as possible.
Reuben Singerwill - Mon, 09 Feb 2015 09:24:50 EST ID:3gEMpBS4 No.71558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey, this is my post, but I wanted to add something that occurred to me. The 30 to 40 year delay on history study coincides rather well with information about Biblical Patriarchs coinciding with Egyptian Pharaohs, as chronicled in The Ring of Power documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjQgcJZMwt0
Henry Buncocke - Mon, 09 Feb 2015 10:42:33 EST ID:0Qg1OJKI No.71559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeah he's a boss. As per what everyone is saying, imagine being him. I think it's fair to say he didn't grow up smoking weed every day and reading about crazy stuff on the internet, he seems pretty clean cut and, what I'm getting at is, seems to have had a fairly conventional view of history for his whole life. He of all people, someone who studies contemporary history and international peacemaking should be the most skeptical the government had a role in 9/11, it would have insane implications for his field which he seems to be wresting with.

HEY IF ANYONE ENJOYED THAT VIDEO, i have another lecture he did, it is super great, and super relevant to the topic at hand of, why people believe in conspiracy theories. Here it's the same dude discussing secret armies in Europe, I've listened to this talk like 4 times, it's great,

Nell Clidgeman - Wed, 11 Feb 2015 17:12:15 EST ID:PdjnKudh No.71607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
or.. what if you're supposed to be paranoid.. what if they were actors? how can you trust your eyes WHAT IS REAL MANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

Sterilizing the masses because lol its clinical by Edward Sumblefune - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 14:03:31 EST ID:hRflZNeN No.70633 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I think they are trying to make our dicks not work. Ref: Haloperidol

And you know what I always say. Forcibly injecting an individual with a phyco-tropic substance or a non-phycotropic substance against their will is wrong. Its wrong guys you should look into human rights.
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Shit Dicklefoot - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 16:44:48 EST ID:oVjEZtID No.70748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They sterilize political dissenters, anyone who doesn't fit their idea of what the future should hold, and those who are disabled and unlucky enough to fall under a diagnosis (ie. schizophrenia) that is typically pinned on said political dissenters to revoke their credibility. Psychiatry is a business not unacquainted with torture. Why would anyone think drugs that are created by an industry that rakes in money and is entangled with government good for them? Even if you take them voluntarily, you're not warned of side effects and you're told to place all your trust in a system that will exploit you and convince you that it's your only salvation from so called "insanity".
Not to say they don't sterilize people who are genuinely insane, because they definitely do that as well. And sometimes the insane are also political enemies of the state. They silence whoever they want, really. It's so easy to slap a diagnosis on someone. Anything schizo related is a death sentence as far as credibility is concerned, and it opens up bullshit reasons for them to feed you body and mind destroying chemicals. And no one will believe you again because anything you say is just because you're "delusional". Another word they use to gaslight victims of forced druggings.
And so, no one can speak out against this without immediately being labeled crazy, despite all the evidence being there. It doesn't matter how much "treatment" they force you into. You're crazy, it's for your own good. You're not fit to reproduce, it's for your own good.
Keanu - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 17:04:00 EST ID:hRflZNeN No.70893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like you shit dicklefoot.
Keanu - Fri, 02 Jan 2015 00:53:19 EST ID:hRflZNeN No.70909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thomas Sunderwill - Fri, 02 Jan 2015 02:29:08 EST ID:yj5o3uXD No.70911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well, when you put it that way it doesn't sound like a bad idea at all. We could send you out giving speeches like this and finally get the general public behind a 'Kastrate the Kooks' campaign.

I don't think many of us that post on /tinfoil/ were planning on having kids anyway.
Keanu - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 14:09:50 EST ID:hRflZNeN No.70925 Ignore Report Quick Reply

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