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Online Joe Elliott

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #10 on: November 03, 2021, 05:38:03 PM »

Just highlights how screwed with the average American really is. USA is a deadly ground of brainwashing. The intel agencies have been playing with the minds of its OWN citizens for decades.

Nah this is just idiot social media addicts.

I agree with Ted on this one. The government cannot solve all our problems. Nor is the government the source of all our problems. The people at Dealey Plaza have themselves to blamed for their acceptance of their crazy beliefs. This was not caused by the government. They did it to themselves.

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #11 on: November 03, 2021, 06:36:13 PM »
1/3 of gullible Americans believe the Warren Report got it right  8)

'1/3 of gullible Americans'

So, only 1/3 of the gullible Americans, huh?
Where does that leave the other gullible 2/3rds?

LOL

Offline Jon Banks

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #12 on: November 03, 2021, 07:25:47 PM »
'1/3 of gullible Americans'

So, only 1/3 of the gullible Americans, huh?
Where does that leave the other gullible 2/3rds?

LOL

Poorly worded  :D

I meant, 1/3 are gullible enough to believe the Warren Report.


Online Joe Elliott

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #13 on: November 03, 2021, 11:13:00 PM »

Poorly worded  :D

I meant, 1/3 are gullible enough to believe the Warren Report.

Only in the topsy-turvy world of CTers is it smart to believe in a Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory, and gullible to disbelieve in a Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory.

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #14 on: November 04, 2021, 01:36:07 AM »
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Here at Dealey Plaza, where hundreds of QAnon supporters have gathered....



"Hundreds"? Maybe one hundred....maybe ::)

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #15 on: November 04, 2021, 02:16:07 AM »
Only in the topsy-turvy world of CTers is it smart to believe in a Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory, and gullible to disbelieve in a Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory.

Have you ever considered the possibility that the entire WC narrative is just a diversion to draw attention away from what really happened?


Online Joe Elliott

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #16 on: November 04, 2021, 04:37:30 AM »

Have you ever considered the possibility that the entire WC narrative is just a diversion to draw attention away from what really happened?

I am not going to seriously consider any Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory. The CTers, or 99.9% of them seem to be pushing just such a theory.

Letís see, the CIA, FBI, Mafia, Dallas Police, various doctors were involved. Faking or suppressing evidence, like:

* Various films of the assassination.
* Autopsy reports, photographs and X-Rays.
* Making and replacing bullet and bullet fragments.
* Intimidating or eliminating witnesses.
* Plus, all the evidence in the murder of Officer Tippit.
* And the ultimate goal of getting American involved in the Vietnam War, which was achieved.

This certainly sounds like a Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy if ever heard of one.

So, the first thing CTers need to accomplish, if they wish to convince a skeptic, if they wish to convince me, is to make a case that they are only suggesting a Small-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy. A small one might work. But a large one is wildly unlikely. It is too likely that someone who is asked to join will blow the whistle instead.

I have asked, in the last week, for CTers to make a case that they only support a small conspiracy. Only one, Dan Oímeara has answered the call, specifying just four (I think itís more like eight) conspirators. In either case, a small conspiracy that just might work. Although I think it would be more likely that one of the eight would say ďThis isnít right. We would be traitors if we do this. Plus, if I alert the authorities, I will be a great heroĒ. But, still, a conspiracy of eight might just work.

But Dan Oímeara theory is not supported by even one tenth of one percent of CTers. The whole appeal of the CT case is to make a compelling story. A story of powerful organizations, with lots of people participating, working in secret within an evil plan. Such a compelling story is not compatible with a small conspiracy of eight nobodies who all work for the TSBD.
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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #17 on: November 04, 2021, 06:29:11 AM »
I am not going to seriously consider any Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory. The CTers, or 99.9% of them seem to be pushing just such a theory.

99.9% of the people reading this think you're making up statistics.

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I have asked, in the last week, for CTers to make a case that they only support a small conspiracy. Only one, Dan Oímeara has answered the call, specifying just four (I think itís more like eight) conspirators.

You completely ignored me when I asked you why it would take more than one person with access to the evidence to insert CE399 into it.

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #18 on: November 04, 2021, 07:39:25 AM »
I am not going to seriously consider any Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy Theory. The CTers, or 99.9% of them seem to be pushing just such a theory.

Letís see, the CIA, FBI, Mafia, Dallas Police, various doctors were involved. Faking or suppressing evidence, like:

* Various films of the assassination.
* Autopsy reports, photographs and X-Rays.
* Making and replacing bullet and bullet fragments.
* Intimidating or eliminating witnesses.
* Plus, all the evidence in the murder of Officer Tippit.
* And the ultimate goal of getting American involved in the Vietnam War, which was achieved.

This certainly sounds like a Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy if ever heard of one.

So, the first thing CTers need to accomplish, if they wish to convince a skeptic, if they wish to convince me, is to make a case that they are only suggesting a Small-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy. A small one might work. But a large one is wildly unlikely. It is too likely that someone who is asked to join will blow the whistle instead.

I have asked, in the last week, for CTers to make a case that they only support a small conspiracy. Only one, Dan Oímeara has answered the call, specifying just four (I think itís more like eight) conspirators. In either case, a small conspiracy that just might work. Although I think it would be more likely that one of the eight would say ďThis isnít right. We would be traitors if we do this. Plus, if I alert the authorities, I will be a great heroĒ. But, still, a conspiracy of eight might just work.

But Dan Oímeara theory is not supported by even one tenth of one percent of CTers. The whole appeal of the CT case is to make a compelling story. A story of powerful organizations, with lots of people participating, working in secret within an evil plan. Such a compelling story is not compatible with a small conspiracy of eight nobodies who all work for the TSBD.

"Dan Oímeara has answered the call, specifying just four (I think itís more like eight) conspirators. In either case, a small conspiracy that just might work."

What do you mean when you write "I think it's more like eight"?

Offline Jon Banks

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #19 on: November 04, 2021, 01:40:08 PM »
This 1/3 of Americans are not gullible, just skeptical. Gullible is readily accepting a proposed Large-Secret-Enduring Conspiracy as the truth.

Large numbers of Americans are prone to accepting Large-Secret-Enduring conspiracy theories. Just look at the tens of millions who accept the 2020-Stolen-Election-from-Trump claims.

Large numbers of American Liberals still believe the 2016 election was stolen and Trump was Putin's manchurian candidate.

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