I am talking about upper class, middle aged White people. They have their own mythology that is equally flawed. They hold conspiracy theories about GMOs, and rape statistics and indigenous cultures.
The hypocrisy of the politically correct White Middle class complaining about the conspiracy thinking of other people is frustrating.
What I really don't understand is why you people need to be so nasty on a thread that really doesn't matter."
You mean well and thank you for that, but here I disagree.
The whole thing matters because people have been lied to all their lives, including this.
Now, when they read about this, they feel they have kind of defending it, because once they see it was one Big Lie, which it was, then the domino's start to fall. People start wondering that if they lied about this one, then how about this, and how about that? For lots of people too scary to even contemplate. I understand that. So they are not only defending this one Big Lie, but everything that is connected with this.
Hence I always write it is a process. People always forget that at first I also had trouble seeing this. I couldn't believe it. But I thought it wasn't fair to judge something I didn't know anything about.
Now, the last year more and more people are waking up to all of this.
And, people won't believe this here I think, but I feel for the people here that are still in the programming. I don't take the ridicule and insults personally, because it is the same everywhere. It depends on my mood wheter I like it or not, but I certainly don't take it personally, because , in actualitty, it is the program (software) speaking, not the person.
Do you have your own beliefs? Perhaps your ideas that 'upper class middle aged White people' having their own sets of ideas that you belief should be labelled as conspiracy theories, is in itself a conspiracy theory?
I am suggesting that these psychological dispositions play a role in the conspiracy phenomenon.
funny thing is that they never do research into if the conspiracy is true or not.
Of course they don't dare too. They might have to change their minds.