Wednesday, January 20, 2010
DON'T CONFUSE CONSPIRACY THEORY WITH TRUTHSEEKING
There is a world of difference between conspiracy theorists and those seeking out facts and truth. The very first line of defense that is used to derail the pursuit of valid information (the type of subject matter I am trying to promote on this blog) is to discredit such an endeavor by classifying it with ghost-chasers, UFO enthusiasts and other such campaigns when, in fact, the two couldn't be more fundamentally different. THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY to discredit the validity of a truth is to lace it with just enough of a lie that the rational thinker dismisses the truth entirely. Throwing the baby out with the bathwater, so to speak. Beware of such strategy as it is the primary tactic of propaganda.