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This thread is for conspiracy geeks. It's also about comparing notes, getting updates, and discussing "possible conspiracies" that thousands have found extremely fascinating. Please don't come in here to judge. We'll follow the evidence where it takes us and if that includes debunking a theory altogether then so be it.
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Why were JFK's men told to leave his blindside minutes before he was assassinated?
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Sandy Hook Debunked? Check out CMXI's post on page five and decide for yourself.
This post has been edited 21 times, most recently by Red Goodman 18 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
This will end well.. I must admit that it is interesting.
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
My main goal is to have a platform for discussion on conspiracies in general. Hopefully people will check their egos at the door and simply come hang out for good discussion in various topics.
As for now though, this Sandy Cook thing isn't going away...so it's the topic at hand.
I'm beginning to think the internet was a bad idea.
It amazes me how many people get mad about conspiracies. People act like our government is always honest and flip when you say the word conspiracy. Makes no sense, people will believe everything the media and government tells them which is ridiculous.
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So do believe some of the witnesses were hired actors?
Nothing that brings you porn is a bad idea. Moving on...
I've seen the comparisons on this as well. Some are a stretch, but others look exactly like the people portrayed as being victims family members. Just crazy really...
Conspiracy theories are used by stupid people to make themselves seem special. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to log off before the CIA tracks my location and tries to poison me with fluoride toothpaste.
Lol, people like you who believe everything the government says are the stupid ones
I think about lots of stuff. But when I am introduced to an obviously ridiculous idea, I usually dismiss it fairly quickly, rather than obsessing about it and buying into it because somebody on the internet made a video.
There's a big difference between "being suspicious of the government" and "being suspicious of the government because they're being controlled by an elite group of international bankers who killed JFK and have a secret Sasquatch ranch on a highly militarized continent only they know about."
You're one strange dude
Hey man ill get back to your PM in a little while
I don't think we landed on the Moon. The flag was moving like wind was blowing on it and that's impossible in space.
I don't "dismiss it fairly quickly" which is the only difference between us. I'm researching the video I posted myself instead of blindly taking every word as gospel. The guy presents quite a few "indisputable facts" and has the footage and research to back it up, you should check it out for yourself.
Also, what about the female reporter clearly and enthusiastically saying that the school nurse knew the teacher and her son and she was a saint yet guess what, the shooters mom isn't a teacher for the school at all. Is the nurse lying and if so WTH?
I feel u on this one.
Two shooters? No one shooter! Four guns? No one gun! Long gun? No short gun! How did the old man see the deceased list two days before it was released? How could he tell a mom minutes after the shooting if her child was alive?
However, the pic of the girl sitting with the president was spooky crazy. What are your thoughts on that one???
This post was edited by Red Goodman 18 months ago
Watched 21 minutes of the video. Couple of notes:
-I never heard the AR was in the trunk. Also question the video of a gun being pulled from the trunk at night. Doubt it took that long to locate Lanza's car and open it.
-I don't read much into the reactions of victims' families. I'm sure all were given something to relax. I also question the timing of the Anderson Cooper interview with one of the families. I watched this thing unfold for days and don't believe that interview occurred when the "video maker" says it occurred.
-Not sure how you can use the child's description of gunshots as evidence of a conspiracy. He's 5.
-The video from above was shot long after the massacre. It shouldn't surprise anyone no kids or ambulances are visible - although I did see an ambulance.
Got busy at work and forgot the rest of my observations, but suffice to say this conspiracy theory seems to have more holes than the actual story. As a gone toting Southerner I feel comfortable asking "who has something to gain from this conspiracy theory"?
Ahh, that was something else I caught. The mom in fact volunteered at the school. Very easy to intertwine those two things given the circumstances.
In every single non sports related thread you have the most arrogant sounding posts. Like no one else besides you can make intelligent points, instead of bashing the thread in the people in it why don't you actually just not be a sick for once and stay out of it if you don't have anything good to add to it. Lord, for all of the tolerance and intelligence you seem to possess you are completely dismiss all other opinions that don't agree with yours, and that is the opposite of intelligent
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Thank you greatly for the feedback and thanks for watching the vid. Definitely not a flame, but I'd like to note that you instilled quite of bit of your own "opinions and assumptions" into your reply therefore making it difficult to debunk anything in the makers video. You did seem confident about the time in which the overhead vid was shot, which may be accurate, but doesn't explain much in the end other than reasoning for no ambulances. Like yourself I too will keep digging and follow the "evidence" where it takes me. Thanks again.
I completely understand what you mean. I do enjoy the lulz from pointing out what I think are ridiculous or extreme positions. There are plenty of issues that I'd be able to discuss in a reasonable and rational manner. But those issues don't come up on this board nearly as often as strange conspiracy theories and angry political rants. That's when I go for the lulz.
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