by David Sims
THERE’S A push from the corporate Left to classify all conspiracy theories as dangerous false news. Nothing could be more mendacious.
A conspiracy theory is someone’s guess about what sort of purpose a group of other people are pursuing. That guess can be either right or wrong.
A conspiracy theory can be entirely speculative, or it can be supported by evidence.
In regard to conspiracy theories, the loudest voice is not always correct.
In regard to conspiracy theories, authorities and experts are not always honest.
In regard to conspiracy theories, the first people you ought to suspect of trickery are the people who want to limit discussion about themselves to alleged authorities and to so-called experts.
For example, the Pizzagate conspiracy theory was a subset of the larger conspiracy about pedophilia being used as a means to suborn and to blackmail US officials. The Pizzagate part of the pedophilia conspiracy theory is probably false. But the larger conspiracy of which it was only a small part is probably true, as recent events regarding Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell have shown.
Furthermore, the pedophilia conspiracy theory itself is a subset of the larger conspiracy theory about international Jewish power and Zionism, in which Israel [and the Jewish power structure generally, which is much larger than just Israel — Ed.] uses all manner of dishonest subterfuges and sneaky tactics to control the political and cultural life of other countries, most especially the United States of America. That’s why you continually find Jews popping out of nearly every pedophile scandal.
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