Post # 272
It’s easy to spread a conspiracy theory because people already hate the government and people already think the government is built on lies and deceit and cover ups etc etc etc etc. it makes it easier for people to believe these theories. Alot of people don’t trust their government so they look for the “truth” somewhere else
Like someone said already, all governments have blood in their hands, and stuff like this just helps society create more hate Towards their government.
I do not believe its a hoax. Regardless of who is supposedly involved, people are people, and I don’t think THAT many people would be involved in such a thing. I mean what’s in it for them?? They get to live in protective custody for the rest of their lives? Wow! Sign me up, sounds fun!
Post # 273
@LoggerHead91207: Something I’ve learned is that you cannot change someone’s mind if they aren’t open to their mind being changed. Just trying to offer a helpful tip! It’s saved me a LOT of wasted breath over the years lol
Post # 274
@soontobemrsm11: Lol! It’s true. I’ve always been stubborn though (I like to think that’s the Irish in me), so when I feel like someone is out of line I can’t help but say something.
Post # 275
@Scc6a: You can tell people you dont agree with their opinion without calling them sick, crazy, insane, or telling them that they’re going to be the next person to go into a school and kill kids. THATS what I have a problem with. You can disagree with people without being insulting.
Post # 276
For those of you who remain convinced about a conspiracy, here is an article debunking all the “evidence” of it.
Post # 277
@dragonlover: I dont think Sandy Hook was, but 9/11 have you seen the video of the building falling? Do you know anything about the actual construction and free fall times of a building
Post # 278
@dragonlover: 9/11 obviously isn’t a hoax it did happen but the real question is WHO was behind it, it wasn’t some foreigner who had no idea on the setup of the building….hmmmmm
Post # 280
hmmmm… i prooooobably shouldn’t have started this thread.
Post # 281
I would have to agree that children were murdered on that sad sad day. I believe their was a person who made the concious decision to do this act. I am not a true believer in conspiracy theories. However, I do believe with every huge loss of life there is a story behind it. Two stories actually. One, the media portrays to the public and the other, is what actually happened. With ANY act of violence you can find something which could lead you to believe something else. Of course or else we wouldnt need to have trials, judges etc. The media is and always will be the main cause of misinformation. Some people will only believe what they hear and what they read. I feel if this was any way a hoax, the entire community would have to be ‘in on it’ which does seem rediculous. I am however a believer that things dont always seem the way they are. And I AM not dismissing the fact that innocent people lost their life that day AND everyday around the world.