What Upstanding Citizens Believe Vs. What Crazy Conspiracy Theorists Believe

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03-01-20 05:49:00,

Authored by Caitlin Johnstone via Medium.com,

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe a mature worldview requires skepticism toward power.

Smart upstanding citizens believe the government is your friend, and the media are its helpers.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe that powerful people sometimes make immoral plans in secret.

Smart upstanding citizens believe the TV always tells the truth and the CIA exists for no reason.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe that extreme government secrecy makes it necessary to discuss possible theories about what might be going on behind that veil of opacity.

Smart upstanding citizens believe that just because a world-dominating government with the most powerful military in the history of civilization has no transparency and zero accountability to the public, that doesn’t mean you’ve got to get all paranoid about it.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe it’s okay to ask questions about important events that happen in the world, even if their government tells them they shouldn’t.

Smart upstanding citizens believe everything they need to know about reality comes out of Mike Pompeo’s angelic mouth.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe the very rich sometimes engage in nefarious behavior to expand their wealth and power.

Smart upstanding citizens believe billionaires always conduct themselves with the same values that got them their billions in the first place: honesty, morality, and generosity.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe it’s important to remember the lies that led up to the invasion of Iraq, and the disastrous consequences of blind faith in government claims.

Smart upstanding citizens believe “Iraq” is a fictional land similar to Narnia or Middle Earth, from the writings of a fantasy author named George Galloway.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe Syria is fighting to avoid becoming another Libya in a war of defense against extremist proxy armies of the US-centralized empire, who were given billions of dollars in military support with the goal of toppling Damascus.

Smart upstanding citizens believe Bashar al-Assad is a real-life version of a cartoon supervillain who just started murdering civilians willy nilly in 2011 because he loves murdering civilians, then in 2015 his friend Vladimir Putin joined in because he loves murdering civilians also.

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What Upstanding Citizens Believe Vs. What Crazy Conspiracy Theorists Believe – Activist Post

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02-01-20 04:11:00,

By Caitlin Johnstone

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe a mature worldview requires skepticism toward power.

Smart upstanding citizens believe the government is your friend, and the media are its helpers.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe that powerful people sometimes make immoral plans in secret.

Smart upstanding citizens believe the TV always tells the truth and the CIA exists for no reason.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe that extreme government secrecy makes it necessary to discuss possible theories about what might be going on behind that veil of opacity.

Smart upstanding citizens believe that just because a world-dominating government with the most powerful military in the history of civilization has no transparency and zero accountability to the public, that doesn’t mean you’ve got to get all paranoid about it.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe it’s okay to ask questions about important events that happen in the world, even if their government tells them they shouldn’t.

Smart upstanding citizens believe everything they need to know about reality comes out of Mike Pompeo’s angelic mouth.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe the very rich sometimes engage in nefarious behavior to expand their wealth and power.

Smart upstanding citizens believe billionaires always conduct themselves with the same values that got them their billions in the first place: honesty, morality, and generosity.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe it’s important to remember the lies that led up to the invasion of Iraq, and the disastrous consequences of blind faith in government claims.

Smart upstanding citizens believe “Iraq” is a fictional land similar to Narnia or Middle Earth, from the writings of a fantasy author named George Galloway.

Crazy, stupid conspiracy theorists believe Syria is fighting to avoid becoming another Libya in a war of defense against extremist proxy armies of the US-centralized empire, who were given billions of dollars in military support with the goal of toppling Damascus.

Smart upstanding citizens believe Bashar al-Assad is a real-life version of a cartoon supervillain who just started murdering civilians willy nilly in 2011 because he loves murdering civilians, then in 2015 his friend Vladimir Putin joined in because he loves murdering civilians also.

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We Have No Reason to Believe 5G Is Safe – Global Research

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24-10-19 02:05:00,

The telecommunications industry and their experts have accused many scientists who have researched the effects of cell phone radiation of “fear mongering” over the advent of wireless technology’s 5G. Since much of our research is publicly-funded, we believe it is our ethical responsibility to inform the public about what the peer-reviewed scientific literature tells us about the health risks from wireless radiation.

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced through a press release that the commission will soon reaffirm the radio frequency radiation (RFR) exposure limits that the FCC adopted in the late 1990s. These limits are based upon a behavioral change in rats exposed to microwave radiation and were designed to protect us from short-term heating risks due to RFR exposure.

Yet, since the FCC adopted these limits based largely on research from the 1980s, the preponderance of peer-reviewed research, more than 500 studies, have found harmful biologic or health effects from exposure to RFR at intensities too low to cause significant heating.

Citing this large body of research, more than 240 scientists who have published peer-reviewed research on the biologic and health effects of nonionizing electromagnetic fields (EMF) signed the International EMF Scientist Appeal, which calls for stronger exposure limits. The appeal makes the following assertions:

“Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.”

The scientists who signed this appeal arguably constitute the majority of experts on the effects of nonionizing radiation. They have published more than 2,000 papers and letters on EMF in professional journals.

The FCC’s RFR exposure limits regulate the intensity of exposure, taking into account the frequency of the carrier waves, but ignore the signaling properties of the RFR. Along with the patterning and duration of exposures,

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911 voor jou óók: A STORY TOO BIG TO BELIEVE..??

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04-09-19 06:02:00,


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‘Too big to believe..‘

Over menselijk-mentale processen
bij de 911-aanslagen

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Professor Dr. David Griffin (1939) heeft zich vastgebeten om zijn vaderlandslievende rol te vervullen door de Waarheid boven tafel te brengen rondom 9/11.

Een van de meest erudiete onderzoekers van het hele 9/11-fenomeen, is professor dr. David Ray Griffin. Deze gepensioneerde hoogleraar besteedt bijna al zijn tijd aan het oprecht en uiterst grondig bestuderen van de 9/11-feiten en -onderzoeken. En op basis van vele, vele duizenden uren studie, is hij tot de onwrikbare conclusie gekomen, dat de officiële versie van de Amerikaanse regering een complete farce is. Inderdaad, een complot..!
Een vervalsing van datgene dat je als de werkelijke gebeurtenissen kunt benoemen en een camouflage om de agenda áchter deze aanslagen te verbergen. Dr. Griffin is inmiddels de auteur van een hele stapel, goed gefundeerde boeken over de achtergronden van de aanslagen van 9/11.

Het bijzondere is, dat Griffin tijdens het schrijven van die boeken en de presentaties ervan, één essentieel gegeven ontdekte, dat feitelijk van wezenlijk belang is. Een gegeven, waar je zelf ook mee te maken zult hebben. Namelijk het feit, dat de gruwelijke gebeurtenissen van die 11e september 2001, voor velen té groot zijn, om ze (mentaal) te kunnen verteren.. Kun jij je dat voorstellen..?

Dat de aanslagen niet alleen voor een regelrecht trauma hebben gezorgd in het collectieve bewustzijn van de wereldbevolking, maar dat ze ook individueel werden ervaren, als een zeer bedreigende situatie. Stel je voor, dat je leven z’n dagelijkse loop heeft, en dat dan ineens zo’n heftige aanslag op Tv is..! Het dagelijkse leven voelt meteen fundamenteel anders en dingen zullen feitelijk nooit meer zijn wat ze waren. Maar je realiseert je dat eigenlijk niet op dat moment..

Je loopt rond, wazig, zoals na een auto-ongeluk of andere heftige gebeurtenis/nieuwsbericht. Terrorisme werd vanaf toen ervaren als iets, dat zomaar je leven kon binnen stappen en is sindsdien niet meer weg te denken uit onze samenleving. En dan zijn we beland, bij de té vaak onderschatte factor in het hele 911-verhaal:

De mentale component van 911
Mensen zijn bijzondere wezens en één van de bijzondere eigenschappen van het menselijk lichaam is het ‘zelfhelende vermogen’. Denk maar eens aan een wond die vanzelf heelt door een mooi korstje,

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Who Should You Believe About Health Risks from Cell Towers: Firefighters, Insurance Companies, Telecoms, Kevin Costner?

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07-07-19 07:32:00,

By B.N. Frank

Since 2004, the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) has opposed the use of their stations for cell towers and antennas due to health risks to personnel.  Their website includes many pages of research including a study done on firefighters themselves.

Since at least 2014, telecom companies have been warning investors that eventually they may be held liable and have to pay large settlements because of harm caused by their products and transmitters (aka cell towers).  This being the case, it’s not surprising that insurance companies have chosen NOT to cover telecom companies (see 1, 2) for many years.

None of this, however, has stopped telecom companies from trying to convince the public that they have nothing to worry about.  Recently, they have taken this to a whole new level of absurdity regarding hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of 4G and 5G small cell towers being installed throughout the U.S. in front of homes, schools and everywhere else.

It defies logic.  In February telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they could provide NO scientific studies that prove 5G is safe (not harmful). 

Regardless, CTIA (the U.S. trade association representing the wireless communications industry) recently posted a website to combat fears to the growing American opposition to the countless small cell towers being installed throughout the U.S for the “Race for 5G”.

Like the New York Times and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) employees, CTIA blames Russia for causing American anxiety about health risks from 5G and cell tower exposure.  They also cite the FDA as a qualified health expert despite the many times this agency has been accused of contributing – if not causing – huge public health snafus including the gargantuan Opioid Crisis.

An op-ed posted by Wireless Estimator provides more details about the new CTIA website and that actor/businessman Kevin Costner is now promoting 5G. 

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Global 5G WIFI: You Won’t Believe What They Have Planned For Humanity — With David Icke | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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23-03-19 10:08:00,

By Press For Truth

A global 5G system is currently being implemented and no one seems to care. Like guinea pigs in an experiment we are being marched down a road of uncertainty that will not only affect our health and our privacy but more importantly it will change what it means to be human for all those who come into contact with it.

In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with author and presenter David Icke about this global 5G system, what the health and privacy issues are and, more importantly, how they plan to use it to manipulate our very thoughts and emotions as man and machine slowly merge into a toxic soup of transhumanism.

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Don’t Believe Your Lying Eyes : The Corbett Report

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28-02-18 08:50:00,

I must have been looking for a Stanley Cup playoff game one Sunday afternoon in May 2001, only to remember they would never risk ad revenue by conflicting with arguably, the biggest race of the year, the Indy 500. I watched a few laps and it wasn’t the race that caught my attention, but seeing what they had done in terms of virtual reality.

In one turn, when viewed at a high angle (not track-side), you can see a billboard overhanging the warm up lane. You can tell its fake after studying it, but a first glance, it looked decent. They even placed a shadow beneath it. I found no in-car shots with the billboard, only the bird’s eye view (where they can control the stability of the camera, and hence more easily inject, and sell, the fakery). They must have given up, or received feedback of discontent from the real race fans, because only the 2000 and 2001 races had this. By the 2002 race, it was gone again.

2000 Indy 500
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P1TqCAy10Q#t=1h24m10s

2001 Indy 500
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16Iwl4FK720#t=46m30s

I don’t recall when the American NFL broadcasts started with the virtual first down line, or as James mentioned when baseball started with the dynamic billboard behind home plate, but it was likely around the same time. There was also a time when hockey had a “puck tracker” (or some such name), highlighting the path of the puck for those not-so-in-tune with the way hockey works (or physics for that matter).

Many of my non-hockey fan friends liked it, but as a long time hockey fan myself, I found it to be much more of a distraction, and only served to de-humanize the game. Much like instant replay in the NFL is now. If I hear, “but did he make a football move?”, one more time while waiting 5 minutes for the officials to decide, it just might be my last game ever. It seems to me, if he’s playing football, and his body is in motion, well, then its a football move. End of discussion. Seems to me the people making up these rules never were athletes themselves.

And finally, not so much fakery as manipulated ad placement.

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Who to Believe on Washington’s Korea Policy, Tillerson or Trump? | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

Who to Believe on Washington’s Korea Policy, Tillerson or Trump? | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

21-12-17 08:45:00,

President Trump has often said that his foreign policy objective was to keep his enemies guessing. If that’s the goal, you could say that he’s doing a good job. The problem is who does he think his enemies are, because the American people are often left guessing as well.

US policy toward North Korea last week is a good example of how the Trump Administration is wittingly or unwittingly sowing confusion among friend and foe alike. In what looked like a breakthrough, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced last Tuesday that the US would be willing to sit down and talk with North Korea “without preconditions.” Previously the US had demanded that North Korea agree to end its nuclear weapons and missile programs before Washington was willing to sit down to formal talks.

The State Department shift toward actual diplomacy with North Korea was quickly quashed, however, when the White House announced that its position on North Korea had not changed. It seemed that the State Department and White House were each pursuing different foreign policies on the Korea issue.

The White House even appeared to belittle Tillerson’s attempt at diplomacy, releasing a statement on Wednesday that talks with North Korea would be “pointless.” No wonder speculation persists that Tillerson is on his way out as Secretary of State.

Then on Friday Secretary Tillerson seemed to do a u-turn on his own policy, announcing at a UN Security Council meeting that a “sustained cessation of North Korea’s threatening behavior” must precede any negotiations with the US. “North Korea must earn its way back to the table,” he said. So, after just three days the offer of unconditional talks with North Korea had been put on and then removed from the table.

There is more than a little hypocrisy in US demands that North Korea cease its “threatening behavior.” Just this month the US and South Korea launched yet another joint military exercise targeting North Korea. Some 12,000 military personnel and 230 aircraft – including stealth fighters – participated in the massive war games. Does anyone think this is not meant to be threatening to North Korea?

It is a shame that the hawks in the Administration continue to dominate. It seems pretty reasonable to open talks with North Korea after a period of “good faith” gestures between Washington and Pyongyang.

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