Thursday, November 18, 2010

Conspiracy Theories: Why People Believe In Hoaxes and Myths

Why do people want to believe in conspiracy theories, hoaxes and myths like the 9/11 conspiracy theory and the FEMA Concentration Camp myths? Is a theory a fact? Is a legend the truth? Is mythology reality? Is a myth real or make-believe? The truth is that truthers (those who choose to believe in hoaxes) are as far away from the truth as people can possibly get. American truthers think they have all of the answers. American truthers choose to believe in conspiracy theories against the American government, and against America, especially when conservative Republicans are in the majority of governmental leadership positions. 


Why do some people prefer to believe in ridiculous theories that people who have common sense recognize as being lies? Truthers choose to believe in myths  because they do not have any true respect for truth, but prefer to believe in lies and falsehood. Truthers believe that  a lie (myth, hoax, or conspiracy theory) is the truth. Some truthers have accused me of trying to brainwash the public, but the truth is that if any brainwashing is going on, it is the conspiracy theorists, in whom truthers have put their trust, that are the guilty ones.


If you believe in a conspiracy theory, you may as well also believe in occult teachings. Maybe you already do believe in the supernatural realms of the occult. Legends are legends, and truth is truth. A theory is a theory and a fact is a fact. This is the truth about 9/11 conspiracy theories and the FEMA Concentration Camp Hoax: they are both lies, myths, hoaxes, or conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theorists want to steal your common sense away from you. If you value your own ability to think for yourself, do not believe in conspiracy theories, myths or hoaxes.


*Dig Deeper Into The Truth About Conspiracy Theories, including 9/11 Conspiracy Theories and the FEMA Death Camp Hoax: 


FEMA Concentration Camps in America: Myths, Hoaxes and Lies
FEMA Concentration Camps: One More Conspiracy Theory for Truthers
9/11: NO MORE CONSPIRACY THEORIES PLEASE



2 comments:

  1. That's hilarious. You say: "American truthers think they have all of the answers."

    So do you. You think it's a fact that they're wrong.

    You have no facts either.

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  2. If a certain group of people are told by people in power that the sky is blue, then to them its not true. These people are also likely to believe in area 51, the JFK cover up and that Elvis is alive and well, probably living next door to them. Its an Underdog theory that supports the Underdogs.
    This is a symptom of anxiety from people who feel theyve been betrayed by the people they trusted the most since childhood. Take two guesses who, and youd be right both times....

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