Thursday, April 29, 2010

Conspiracy Analysts

When someone is labeled a conspiracy theorist, what is your first impression? Most people think of a hysterical person who fears that just about everything is a plot, without any proof of his "delusional" or paranoid fears and conclusions.

While this can be the case with certain truly paranoid individuals, for the most part the term "conspiracy theorist" is used to cast doubt as to the sanity of individuals who are trying to expose authentic plots and crimes. "Conspiracy Theorist" has become a derogatory term often used by controlled opposition.Those who want to conceal their criminal actions often place this label on those who are getting uncomfortably close to the truth.Often, those doing the name calling are the ones to be suspicous of. As a friend often tells me "The smeller is the feller"

I propose what I think is a much more appropriate title for those of us who are concerned about the increasing crimes against humanity. I really like the respectable sound of "Conspiracy Analyst". This title represents what concerned citizens are really doing.... analyzing the facts, putting the pieces together,and trying to make sense of them.

It is not wrong, silly or paranoid to question and analyze events that harm others. On the other hand, it is "wrong" and actually very dangerous NOT to question and analyze. Don't be afraid to speak your mind. Don't let propaganda and labels keep you from sharing your doubts and suspicions. Ask for divine guidance when it comes to acquiring wisdom in these matters.

A very wise man once said.... "Ye shall know the Truth and the Truth shall make you Free!


  1. But sometimes speaking the truth can be very lonely, that's the problem.

  2. Excellently put! I agree totally!

  3. I know isn't always an easy thing to do