or “birds of a feather flock together.”  Is that an outlandish, politically incorrect observation?  Apparently in our society it has become that.  Wonder how the Founding Fathers would feel about this insidious trend reversal….
Laura Knight-Jadczyk writes on FB:
‎”In the United States today, the phrase `conspiracy theory’ functions as
a sort of giant cudgel, used to scare us out of talking openly about a
broad (and ever-growing) range of scandals that the powerful cannot
afford to let the people comprehend. In this new book, David Ray Griffin
takes devastating aim at that repressive tactic, e…xposing it for what
it really is. All those who cherish democracy, and intellectual freedom,
owe it to themselves to read this brave analysis—and owe its author
their sincerest thanks.” — Mark Crispin Miller, Professor of Culture
and Communication, New York UniversitySee More


Amazon.com: Cognitive Infiltration: An Obama Appointee’s Plan to Undermine the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory (9781566568210):
David Ray Griffin: Books
  • You and 13 others like this.

    there’s another similar word used in similar situations: Anti-Semitism. Don’t you dare question Zionism or ”jewish” history, you evil anti-semite
    Željko Gustav Stanić
  • Jake Tassell

    All of a sudden people require a consensus to tell them whether water is wet, fire is hot, night is dark, as if the proper faculties for dealing with these questions have somehow been iceberged.

    This very new idea that any member of the pub…lic that doesn’t like what the government is doing is somehow a “conspiracy theorist” or a “dissident” to me is ridiculous. Was there ever a time in any place on Earth where the public didn’t moan about the government? No there was not.