Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The making of a "conspiracy theorist"

"Conspiracy theorists" -- those of us who do not take government and media narratives, official versions of events, both of the present and historical variety, at face value -- have always been the object of ridicule; originating from both those aforementioned malicious entities and the public at large. We are steadfastly marginalized and painted as an unstable, fringe group, existing among an otherwise "civilized" society. We are portrayed as uninformed, delusional and dangerous. The interesting part, though, is not the lies and slanders told about us to the JMSM-watching public, but characteristics assigned to us which actually hold some degree of truth, and just why that is the case.

We are portrayed as disgruntled -- and we are.

We are portrayed as maladjusted -- and we are.

We are portrayed as believing we have been given an unfair advantage -- and we have.

We are portrayed as depressed and possibly angry -- and why in the hell wouldn't we be?

You see, when viewed through the lens of a society that in itself is inherently backwards and sick, it is understandable why it is us who presents the problem. But as we are now all fully aware, these traits which we have come to possess -- varying to one degree or another from individual to individual -- are a reaction to a societal and global program embodying everything unnatural, counter-intuitive and downright disastrous to our future. This we can all agree on, yes? However, things get a little more gray and uncertain after that. In fact, some of these traits ascribed to us do, in fact, manifest themselves prior to being unplugged and awakened to the sad realities of this world we all must now confront on a daily basis. To illustrate with the utmost clarity, I will briefly use myself as an example:

I had a very troubled early childhood which, although after the first half-dozen or so years of my life became a great degree more stable and "privileged," if you will, carried over into my teenage years and into early adulthood. I was consistently described throughout my teenage years as "extremely bright and gifted, yet defiant, reckless and emotionally troubled." I dealt with "depression," in the most general sense of the word, never actually being given a diagnosis of such, or displaying the "debilitating" effects or behavior commonly associated with "clinical depression." I was frankly just a pissed off kid. I was kicked out of public high school for the type of insubordination a few teachers and staff readily admitted was relatively unprecedented and legendary, in their experience, for that small school. I developed severe substance abuse/addiction problems and got myself into a world of shit in my late teens and early 20's, until, with the help of a few very positive influences in my life at the time, I cleaned up my act. It was then, in my early 20's, that the way I saw the world around me began to change rapidly and dramatically. Finally being of sound mind and body, I began the process of withdrawing myself from the false reality manufactured and imposed upon us. As time went on my understanding and discernment grew -- all the way to the present day, as it still does even now -- and I would briefly stumble a few more times, taking my lumps, but never completely losing my grip. Now, a decade or so later, I lead a very uneventful life -- in a good way. I have a family, a comfortable job, and while I in no way do I live lavishly or care-free, I do not have any real complaints to speak of.

 In stark contrast to how my life has changed dramatically in that respect, what has remained the same, and actually only grown more intense with time, is my understanding of just how fucked up things really are and the demonstrably catastrophic path the world is taking. Having said that, it's reasonable to wonder if there isn't a bit of a chicken-and-egg scenario going on here that underscores and perhaps provides insight into the state-of-mind that leads us to the sort of simultaneous despair and enlightenment I just detailed. Are we "conspiracy theorists" dealing with underlying "issues" that have manifested themselves in the form of fervent distrust of government, media and authority in general? Truthfully, I don't think it an entirely inaccurate or unfair assessment. I also don't see this as a poor reflection on any of us -- quite the opposite, in fact. We are aware there is a problem, that something is off, and it causes us distress. If this foreboding and distress made itself known in ways other than being inclined towards "conspiracy theories," or preceded the moment or process of our gaining a sense of clarity about the world, in no way does it invalidate our concerns or discredit our ideas. If anything, it can be seen -- I believe -- as a sign that, at least a good many of us, were tuned in before we even knew it. It can also be taken as a sign of character and self-awareness our oblivious counterparts are severely lacking, as they willfully pretend all is right in the world and well with themselves, while inwardly they struggle desperately with the very same symptoms of depression, pessimism, defeatism, loathing and anger the establishment and JMSM mouthpieces reserve for us "fringe" personalities. Being conditioned on how not only to think and react, but cope and problem-solve (or rather, avoid doing so), they have built up a defense mechanism which allows them to do nothing but hide.

What genetic, social and environmental factors play a role in bringing us to the point we have now
reached? The answer to that will be different for each individual, but for most, if not many of us, those factors will be used as a weapon to discredit and silence us. In some way, at some stage, our defense mechanism was broken down, and what has been allowed to take root as a result can hardly be seen as anything more than acceptance of a series of fundamental facts about the world: People lie; they cheat; they steal; they kill; they conspire to kill; they seek an advantage at the expense of others. When given the opportunity, the resources and the immunity to do these things on a substantially larger scale and with similar-minded individuals -- especially those who have an innate belief in supernatural chosenness and superiority over all other beings -- the results should be predictable and not at all surprising.

There is a reason we live in a culture and society of mindless distractions. Our "issues" and "disorders" are, in reality, the absence of a comfort zone the gullible, mind-fucked public has been trained like circus animals to live within. How or when this comfort zone was dismantled has no correlation with the credibility of an individual or the "conspiracy theory" he or she subscribes to. To be shielded from the harsh realities of the world can only result in the acceptance of the status quo and a ingrained belief in whatever it is the JMSM, politicians, authority figures and history books have peddled. And although as living conditions for the average American continues to deteriorate at al alarming rate, most remain comfortable enough that asking questions which may disrupt their level of normalcy is simply out of the question. There is no greater builder of character than adversity, and if there exists a connection between those who have experienced tremendous adversity and their tendency to gravitate towards a "conspiracy"-minded approach to what we're witnessing play out at an ever-increasing rate and with unprecedented intensity, it can undoubtedly be attributed to the dynamics I have previously brought to my readers' attention.

The making of a "conspiracy theorist" warrants examination; not by the malicious, pathologically-deceptive, Jewish-controlled establishment & media marionettes -- for their allegations and assumptions lack any semblance of objectivity and serve to further insulate themselves from what would undermine the foundation of the entire fortress of lies they have constructed. This examination must be undertaken with the utmost understanding that once a given individual has experienced, both directly and indirectly, events and realizations that obliterate the sanctity of the notion of relative benevolence at every stage of existence within the manufactured picture painted for us by those who are tasked to uphold it, one cannot simply forget or pretend that things are what they seem. Intelligent people, those who have witnessed the worst, those who have had the misfortune of personally uncovering just how horrific the consequences of this disastrous trajectory our world has taken, and even those who have the "gift" of being burdened by the understanding I speak of -- we all bring a perspective that is both foreign to our detractors and dangerous to our rulers. We are ostracized not because we have nothing to offer, but because what made us the "conspiracy theorists" we have become, represents a threat that absolutely cannot be dismissed by any sort of genuine discourse or sound logic.

This is to say nothing of the intensive and exhausting effort many of us put forth in verifying and proving with sound evidence our claims. The issue of vaccines is perhaps the most glaring example of how those who spend countless hours researching the facts are the individuals who reject vaccination altogether, while JMSM & pharma parrots who slander us and wish our children taken away or dead, largely haven't given the research so much as a passing thought. This is another point in its own right, but nonetheless an appropriate example. The "conspiracy theorist," a derogatory term, holds no weight; this being in large part due to a belligerent unwillingness to understand just how and why those of us who have transcended all the watered-down and downright fictional narratives the permeate, for all intents and purposes, the world over. Our experiences have made us more alert, more discerning, and above all, given us the ability to utilize critical thinking skills. This is indisputable, and I couldn't fucking care less what those particular experiences or predispositions may be, they have given us an advantage. Social or class standing be damned, there are undeniably factors that contribute to our progression and our standing at the "fringes of society," and as we occupy it, there can be no doubt that it is precisely what has gotten us here which should instill the utmost confidence, knowing that citing these troubles we've endured as a weapon against us is as ineffective as it is illogical.

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