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Re: 2012
April 11, 2012, 06:37:32 AM
Read your question and statement again back to yourself. If the same issues continue to perpetuate no matter what side is in office, wouldn't that be suggestive of a system failure?

Yes, it would, but what system? The political system? Short-sighted. The problem is much more fundamental.

It goes much deeper than that.

Re: 2012
April 11, 2012, 06:44:58 AM
Conspiracy theories seem to me to be entertainment for those with good minds and good imaginations.  Many of them are incredibly interesting (though I, personally, am convinced of none).  I find that the world becomes a far easier place in which to exist when I exclude peripheral worries about secret Jewish organisations and their plans to dominate the world through Lady Gaga, anti-Islam, and capitalism.  Only the latter interests me, and it was rampant before the Jews took up the flag.  Cut off the hydra's head, and two more will grow: surely the first half of the 20th century should teach us that?

Re: 2012
April 11, 2012, 07:10:00 AM
Conspiracy theories are fairy tales that make us feel that the solution is easier than it is.

Re: 2012
May 13, 2012, 08:44:15 AM
  • popular appeal
  • mercantilist dominion
  • scholastic fraud
  • mutual self-deception
  • cultural relativism