Is There A Giant Conspiracy Against Conspiracy Theorists?

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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Did you ever notice anytime someone attempts to question a mainstream explanation about a controversial event, which has been handed down from official sources, the individual is immediately attacked by most members of society? It’s true! If you were to suggest there were other gunmen involved in the murder of President John F. Kennedy, the people listening to you would, undoubtedly, dismiss your claim as ridiculous and classify you as a conspiracy theorist. Your audience would almost instantly begin to roll their eyes towards the back of their heads. Offer a new angle on September 11, 2001, that is in opposition to the official government explanation, and the eye tremors will commence again. The same process would apply to many other suspect events that have taken place that were later explained by so called “trusted sources.”

Have the majority of us been systematically hypnotized to reject anything that strays away from officialdom? Have we been programmed, by official media sources, to automatically reject alternative and plausible explanations concerning certain subjects?

Once you become aware of this phenomenon, it’s quite disturbing to see it unfold in front of your eyes. Everyday acquaintances, family members, and close friends all seem to fall under the same spell. It’s as if the people rolling their eyes are trying to switch off their brains so they can go to sleep in order to avoid the truth. Think about it. When you go to sleep, your eyes roll back inside their sockets in a similar fashion. I honestly believe that people have been conditioned to fall asleep when they’re presented with something other than what “the powers that be” have authorized for public consumption.

Most of society’s members don’t seem to have a strong desire to challenge conventionality, even when there is hard evidence suggesting they should. And the vast majority of people regularly police and encourage others to swallow officialdom.

For every person that has the guts to stand alone, in an attempt to set the record straight about something that has been painted in a disingenuous manner, I’ll wager there are ten people looking to suppress the truth.

The suppression of truthful information, by powerful people worldwide, is routinely accomplished on a regular basis. Governments that have been entrusted by the public to honorably represent their countrymen seem to be letting us down big time. Unfortunately, these governing bodies are not completely transparent with their constituents and are more than willing to lie to the public they are supposed to represent. They lie in concert, with other countries, for maximum effect. They suppress the truth and label persons questioning their agendas as conspiracy theorists.

Why do so many people find it difficult to believe in conspiracy theories? By examining human nature and recorded history, one can easily observe that conspiracies do occur.

According to the Random House Dictionary, a conspiracy theory is: “the idea that many important political events or economic and social trends are the products of secret plots that are largely unknown to the general public.” ( Unabridged – Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc.)

After reading that definition, how could anyone deny this is happening worldwide? The truth be told; classifying someone’s position about a certain subject as a conspiracy theory is nothing more than a convenient way to dismiss the truth. People are so heavily vested in the practice of embracing conventional answers/solutions, that they automatically label anything outside the defined borders of conventional thinking as a conspiracy theory.

It’s time for people to wake up, to stop rolling their eyes, and to understand that not everything that challenges conventionality should be routinely dismissed. Sometimes the uncomfortable truth is not a conspiracy theory – it’s just a plain old fashioned conspiracy!

3 thoughts on “Is There A Giant Conspiracy Against Conspiracy Theorists?

  1. thedailycheesenews April 28, 2012 / 12:26 am

    It is simply the info war, disinformation keeps people guessing. Sow a seed of doubt making those with different ideas and views seem crazy stigmatize them and have people fear ridicule for agreeing with their ideas.

    What they should be doing is answering the questions that are raised. If there is a conspiracy show the facts that debunk it, but in some cases this can’t be done as the crazies could be right !

    • Dr. John Reizer April 28, 2012 / 1:00 am

      Thanks for the commentary and for reading

      Dr. John Reizer

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