Conspiring to Commit Acts of Mass Conspiratorial Theorizing… Maybe.

April 2, 2008

The conspiracy theorist has almost always been right. (some more than others.) The conspiracy theorist has always been needed. The conspiracy theorist, or CT, is a person willing to invest more time, thought and effort in analyzing seemingly innocuous events. But somehow, fellow CT’s, our efforts go unrewarded. Unrewarded to the point of being laughed at by these government sycophants, sucking flaccid corporate penis while committing the most egregious acts of civil negligence and cultural grand larceny.

Going through life unrewarded for your efforts to acquire truth (as far as that’s a physical or philosophical possibility) is the fate of most great conspiracy theorists. I have learned to deal with scorn and looks of “Who is this guy, with those uncomfortable facts I know so little about”. Luckily I can take comfort in the fact that my logical faculties are *somewhat* more developed than most of my sleepwalking peers and many older, but none the wiser, people around me.

A wise man once said…

In the beginning of a change, the Patriot is a scarce man, brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, however, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a Patriot.

Mark Twain

When certain uncomfortable truths get dismissed by people, who are easily offended by not being more intelligent than me, I silently wish for a fascist global police state, crushing their engineered individuality, and the dreams of big houses – and cars these scum-fucks may have. What (admittedly evil) joys I would feel seeing these people groveling to an authority they said would never rule every aspect of their lives.

Ah well… back to the day job.