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Empirical Validation of “Conspiracy Theories”

by David Sims

IF YOU WANT TO see an example of leftoid/Jewish propaganda, then examine the Wikipedia article on the Kalergi Plan.

Wikipedia says:

The Kalergi Plan (Italian: Piano Kalergi), sometimes called the Coudenhove-Kalergi Conspiracy, is a far-right, anti-semitic, white genocide conspiracy theory which claims that Austrian-Japanese politician Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi concocted a plot to mix white Europeans with other races via immigration. It was promoted in aristocratic European social circles. The conspiracy theory is most often associated with European groups and parties, but it has also spread to North American politics.

The far right is usually quite right. It’s the end of the political spectrum where honest conjecture most often appears. The political left is where you find most of the lies. The moderate middle ground is where you find people who temporize, accepting some of the truth and some of the lies and professing not to be able to tell which is which.

“Anti-Semitic” does not mean false. “Anti-Semitism” does not entail falsehood. Most seriously intended, carefully worded “anti-Semitic” statements are true. When a statement is labeled “anti-Semitic,” it only means that the Jews don’t approve of it being spoken. When an idea is labeled “anti-Semitic,” it only means that the Jews are trying to suppress it.

A conspiracy theory is someone’s attempt to infer the motives and the goals of other people by watching what they do. We all do this, and we are as often right as we are wrong. When someone calls an inferred motive or goal on the part of a group of people “a conspiracy theory,” he’s asserting that the inference is stupid and that only stupid people will believe it. That’s an obvious propaganda tactic. In fact, many inferences that have been called conspiracy theories have turned out to be correct.

So this entire first paragraph of the Wikipedia article on the Kalergi Plan is an attempt to invalidate it without really giving reasons for why it is invalid — to put a bad smell on it without actually saying why it deserves the stink.

Furthermore, we can see that the White people of Europe (and America) are indeed being racially mixed with Africans and with Middle Easterners, precisely as the Kalergi Plan said would occur.

The Jews/Marxists have done this before with a work entitled The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, which was written probably by a Russian professor named Sergei Nilus as a fictional parody of what he believed the international Jews were really up to. Although he presented it as a translation of a document authored by someone else, this was probably squid ink employed to keep Sergei Nilus safe from retaliation by the Jews whose goals he was describing.

For the past century, history has been moving along in the manner described in The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.

For the past forty years, history has been moving along in the manner described by conspiracy theorists regarding the Kalergi Plan.

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Art Thief
Art Thief
13 July, 2022 8:29 am

The poisoning of the well tactic they use should indeed be perfectly obvious. Yet it is unsurprising it goes unnoticed and even parroted, as the social programming around terms like “anti-Semitic” and “conspiracy theory” is quite thorough. This article hints at the logic which can crack through the shell: it actually doesn’t matter if the Kalergi Plan or the Protocols are genuine Jewish Super Secret Squirrel Plans or not. What matters is that they are being executed. Let’s look at three possibilities: first that they are complete fabrication, second that they are genuine and third that they are quasi-genuine – the result of one, lone, deranged Jew with an individual hatred of gentiles so intense he just had to get it out on paper. An even cursory examination of the… Read more »

Reply to  Art Thief
23 July, 2022 5:29 pm

As well as the Cloward Piven Strategy

13 July, 2022 10:01 am

What’s the difference between conspiracy theory and conspiracy fact? About 4 months. Probably about half all crimes committed involve more than one person, some degree of planning with unannounced intent. In other words, conspiracies. For all of government’s dismissal of conspiracy theories, government prosecutors sure do love to toss in the charge of conspiracy. Finally, for those that dismiss conspiracy theories on the basis that “someone would have talked”, consider the 2010 Israeli assassination of Mahmoud Al-Mabhoub. The killing took place in a hotel in Dubai. The plot involved at least 2 dozen of which only two did the actual killing. Most of the conspirators were lookouts or handled logistics and communications. Each was recorded on security cameras. Dubai police investigators were able to match the faces to stolen/altered passports… Read more »

Joe Lowsac
Joe Lowsac
14 July, 2022 6:07 am

Conspiracy is more than a theory, it’s a crime.