I was noticing in another thread the bad rap that conspiracy theorist usually get. I wanted to give you a different perspective on them... To clear the crazy bad vibes they give you... hopefully. First of all, I wouldn't go so far as to call them crazy. They are something I'm actually very glad we have. We shouldn't trust our government at all. Not even a little bit. Being suspicious of them all of the time should not only be reasonable, but widely encouraged. Why, their are even people who think the massacres and large scale shootings in recent years were government operations. Something that would only be possible if the government had ways to manipulate people from a distance, without any close contact. As ludicrous as it sounds, and far fetch'd as it sounds, wouldn't such a thing be extremely dangerous to us as a species? If something like that existed in the shadows of our deep state government, would you be okay with no one doing anything about it? Here... let me give you an example to make it clear: There is no proof aliens exist. Therefor my stance should be that aliens don't exist. But then is it wrong for me to search for, believe in aliens, because I want to really see one, because I think the possibility they exist is very likely, when considering the size of the universe? Is it not admirable to seek out the unknown, even when it is believed to be a lie, based on only conjecture and reasoning? So... is it wrong, condemn-able in any way, to search for, believe in, unproven false flag operations and/or possible hidden technologies that can control and change a person's behavior/thoughts without any physical contact? Just because the government hides technologies from us... Just because they've done false flag operations before... Just because i'm scared of someone doing that... Comparing them to your average bigot isn't fair. They have a far more righteous goal in mind, and they aren't scared to turn the world against them to get there. You might not be concerned with unproven 'What if's" but, that is the source of new knowledge, the exposure to new information. It's not enough to say 'What if" either. It takes a deep amount of commitment and resources to even begin to challenge the unknown... especially on your own. That is why they should be encouraged, rather than discriminated against, to improve their odds of success... as their discoveries and stubbornness may one day save our respective countries.