Thoughtcrime - 26 Apr 2013

The most troublesome part of any reactionary dismissal of 'within reason' conspiracy theories (those that are political or regarding events pertaining strictly to humanity) is the insinuation that certain groups of people would not be willing to go to such lengths to deceive others for their own gain.

A proper reading of history reveals thousands of such instances, happening at occurrences so regular that any lack of conspiracy involved in a particular event must be considered an outlier.  And yet, knowing only what they were told at the time, the better part of every generation thought their leaders above it.

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