Fake Skeptics & The "Conspiracy Theorist" Slur Published on Jan 23, 2013

Fake Skeptics & The "Conspiracy Theorist" Slur


Published on Jan 23, 2013

State sponsored history, the version touted in public schools, and preached over the mainstream media is the mythology of the state, and it is as essential to its existence as creation stories are to any religion.
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An exceptionalist attitude,

An exceptionalist attitude, the very idea and practice of American exceptionalism, and any and all exceptionalist thinking or belief anywhere is not healthy, neither for the individual or collective society, and is nearly opposite to the essential healthy characteristic of humility

Calling someone a conspiracy theorist or other related label (and becoming shy or afraid to respond to a label of this sort) shows lack of critical thinking. Rather what happens is emotional and prejudicial areas of our nervous sympathetic system tend to exert control, both side of dialogue must learn to be observant of these, and start training our mind with objective weighing and critique

When people try to demean or marginalize or shift focus of argument, we must hold these people accountable for display these behavior
This isn't judging them, this is standing up and speaking out for what is right and what is error.
Only God will judge, not us, but it is our obligation and responsibility to point out when brother or sister makes mistake, just as Jesus teaches in Gospel

Nice one Joe!

More attacks and propaganda...

Tyranny of the majority revisited

Re the attitudes of Americans compared with people in other countries: I'm reminded of some passages from Tocqueville on the subject of the tyranny of the majority that I posted in another thread a couple of years ago. I think they're pertinent here as well: