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Desc:Here come the Right Wing conspiracy theories about Jared and Amanda Miller, right on schedule.
Category:Crime, Educational
Tags:Revolution, Gun Nuts, jared miller, amanda miller, MSM
Submitted:John Holmes Motherfucker
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SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-06-10
I've been waiting to post this link, but we haven't had any good gangstalking vids for a while, so here goes. A lot of these conspiracy nuts eventually come down to mind-control rays or something similar. Check this out:


This is from 1797.

As for this video, don'cha love how she says "this is insane" in a completely non-ironic fashion?
Nikon - 2014-06-11
>make them look as crazy as possible

But they were nuttier than a Cornetto and strung out on meth ...
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-06-11
They killed three people, and then themselves.

countvelcro - 2014-06-11
yet there still is no Wonder Woman false flag operation.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-06-11
What the fuck is dressing up as the joker and Harley Quinn for Halloween supposed to prove? If they had dressed up as Bane and the Catwoman, would that have made a difference?
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-06-11
Still waiting for a response.

Felix Ray
13 hours ago

I don't get it. The joker costume proves something? I don't see how.
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13 hours ago

Yes. You'd have to go back to aurora, sandy hook etc
Felix Ray
12 hours ago

So you're NOT going to explain it? Well that's a shock. 
12 hours ago

+Felix Ray "that's a shock" What the fuck is that supposed to mean? 
Felix Ray
9 hours ago

It means that it's a lot easier to sort of imply that a popular halloween character is evidence of a media hoax than it is for you to weigh the evidence and make a real argument. It's all nudge wink "isn't that convenient?" innuendo, because if you were to actually EXPLAIN how a joker costume is evidence that five people faked their death and the mainstream media is covering it up, you would sound like an idiot.

I can show you footage on the internet of a guy wearing a joker costume at comic convention maybe 6 weeks ago. It's just coincidence.

I'm sorry if these people look like such horrible stereotypes of right wing nutcases. I'm sure that's frustrating for you, but weak pathetic attempts at denial aren't really going to make this less embarassing for you. They were murderers, and if you're not a murderer, that makes you not like them in the most impoprtant way, and you don't have to take it personally. Suck it up and move on.
Ghoul - 2014-06-11
Thepoliticalport responded, calling you an asshole because you need to research what the Joker costume meant for yourself, presumably from some other conspiracy nut website.

Good luck diving into that cesspool of crazy.

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
JHM: I don't know if I admire your quixotic nature. On the one hand, you're making an impassioned plea for rational discourse and all that it entails. On the other hand, you're attempting to do so with a person who is able to live with (and actually thrive on) cognitive dissonance of the highest caliber.

Are you sure your time wouldn't be better spent spitting into the wind? It's faster, and the clean-up is actually less embarrassing.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-06-11
>>>JHM: I don't know if I admire your quixotic nature. On the one hand, you're making an impassioned plea for rational discourse and all that it entails. On the other hand, you're attempting to do so with a person who is able to live with (and actually thrive on) cognitive dissonance of the highest caliber.

I'm just trolling.

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
Oh, I see. I generally troll the loonies by trying to out-loony them so they come to the point where they're trying to talk ME down.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-06-11
+Felix Ray No, it didn't meant that. You were being an asshole. That's what it meant. Not all the malarkey you just typed here. Just say "I was being a fucking asshole when I said that" don't try and put some lame ass spin on it now. You obviously didn't go research what the joker image meant....you expect shit to be handed to you because you're too lazy to go out on your own and do it I gave you examples of what you'd have to go back to so you could start your research. You didn't care enough to do it. Instead you bitched because I didn't hand it to you on a silver platter.
Felix Ray
1 second ago

+Thepoliticalport I expect you to make an argument or not make an argument. This is basic rules of rhetoric. How did your teachers respond when you wanted them to research your term paper?

I understand that in your little group of like minded freinds, having evidence and making a case aren't important, but if you really expect anyone outside to pay any attention to you, this is how it's done. I'm sorry that you think telling you this makes me an asshole.

They say that extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof, and you're making extraordinary claims with no proof at all, just a refusal to accept information sources that don't agree with you, which is the primary characteristic of a cult.

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
Geraldo Riviera 4 hours ago

At 00:18, so-called "Dr." Phil (Or should I say??? SHILL!> McGraw attempts to intimidate this poor man using a classic trigger phrase (I won't type it out of respect for fellow victims) related to the Greek DOG-GOD Cerberus; Project Cerberus was a CIA plot to demonize so-called 'furries' and put them under DIRECT SURVEILLANCE as their ability to commune with spirit-animals on the FIFTH-DIMENSIONAL plane is seen as a THREAT to NWO REPTILIANS.

When the RAPTURE comes, you gang-stalking DUPE SHEEPLE HAS-BEENS will cry at the feet of Jesus while GREAT JUSTICE is dealt to you from UPON HIGH.

This is from http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=130461 , but this is how I troll the crazies. To each his own, I guess. XD

spikestoyiu - 2014-06-11
I'm really in love with the idea of people who believe everything is a false flag attack becoming alleged false flags themselves. It's just a shame three innocent people had to die as a result.
chumbucket - 2014-06-11
phew, now I don't feel so manipulated anymore!
BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
Four years ago I was more-or-less as crazy as these two people (three if you count the videographer), and in much the same way.

Ahh, memories..
Oscar Wildcat - 2014-06-11
So what changed, and how did it come about?

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
I eventually realized that at the crux of all of these 'arguments' is an attempt on the part of the whackjob to elicit an emotional response from their target audience. Eventually most CT documentaries devolve into accusations of Satanism or Reptilian overlords, blah blah, I don't need to enumerate all of them here, suffice it to say that it comes down to a bunch of magical hooey that has never jived well with me. Once I saw that it was all pinned on a foundation of emotional resonance, I started to wonder if there wasn't a better way to acquire knowledge than whether or not it 'feels right' to me.

So I started taking their hallowed advice to "do your own research", which worked about as well as my Christian family members giving me a bible to read at a young age. That led me to find tons of blatant lies in all of this CT bullshit, and also into philosophy, critical thinking and having an emotional breakdown when I shone my new-found mental acuity onto my own cherished opinions and beliefs.

It was an interesting time.

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
...Hanging out at poetv helped a lot, too.

Oscar Wildcat - 2014-06-11
Yes, you had mentioned to us in the past that you had family that were like this. Somehow, you seemed to have escaped. Sort of like Charlton Heston in The Omega Man. If we could somehow distill your blood and inject it into the other mutants, perhaps they'll change back into humans?

All kidding aside, thanks for sharing that. As to this forum, I have often wondered what if any effect the strange goings-on here have on the participants.

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
My parents are more firmly in the 'sovereign citizen' category, they aren't especially militant about conspiracy theories, other than taking most of the big ones for granted because, you know, government BAD! And this is Canada, so the 'resort to violence to fix the delusions' instinct is fairly nonexistent in general.

They actually seem to be slowly thinking their way out of it, I've noticed. I think interacting with me after I've done such an abrupt and total about-face on all of this garbage is having some effect. I sure fucking hope so, anyways: they're kind of boring at the moment.

memedumpster - 2014-06-11
I am ticked that Canadians have the luxury to fear their own government. Why does America even share a continent with you guys!? Get back to fearing only US immediately or so help us Under God we will launch the UFO fleet and skip right over Phases V - IX straight to the Eschaton.

Azmo23 - 2014-06-11
borrowedsolution's story of redemption gives me hope for you too memedumpster

BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
Oh, I should have mentioned that staring directly into the sun until Lucifer's Black Cube 666 Matrix departed from my body helped a whole lot.

Oddly enough, it excreted through my nipples. Huh.

"Science, y'know? It's like.. magic! What we used to call magic, now we call it science!"

-A paraphrased but more or less accurate quote from my new roommate. We're going to have fun. I can feel it, you know?

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-06-11
I sometimes cite my first girlfriend, a graduate student in cultural anthropology who believed back in the early eighties that the government had framed Sid Viscous. Conspiratorial thinking isn't usually a mental illness, it's just an unscientific frame of mind. Most of my life I believed that a conspiracy had killed JFK, now I think the most credible evidence indicates that Lee Harvey Oswald did it, acting alone. A majority of people believe otherwise, and they're not crazy. They're not necessarily stupid, or even wrong. They just don't believe what I think the evidence shows.

People get something out these beliefs. Read the comments to get a sense of how much fun it is to be one of the few who know what's going on. Even if you think these people are crazy racists, the average anti Vaccine person is educated and liberal,
BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-11
You're right, their predicament is better described as "not even wrong"; they lack the intellectual framework to be able to critically assess information. This is exacerbated by a species that prizes emotional appeals and finds facts to be dry and boring. It's all fairly intelligible, the trick is doing anything at all with the information we can glean from all of this.

ashtar. - 2014-06-11
That probably explains why it's virtually impossible to productively engage with most of these people on this stuff. You're not really having the same discussion.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-06-12
This is the second time I've read someone saying anti-vaxxers are largely liberal. Why, then, is an opt-out for vaccines being put into the Texas GOP party platform? Remember the Terri Copeland megachurch that was ground zero for a huge measles outbreak? A bunch of leftists they were not...

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