Daily blog: It’s November 27th, and you are a conspiracy theorist if you do not believe the approved narrative pushed out by the news and social networks.
To question them with a theory void of facts is–well, socialist blasphemy. How dare you lowly Proles think for yourself. To do so makes you a conspiracist. But have no fear; they are working on interventions to help you reduce conspiracy beliefs, including maintaining an open society and improving the general public’s analytical thinking skills.
However, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a theory can be:
a: a hypothesis assumed for the sake of argument or investigation
b: an unproved assumption: CONJECTURE
So why are they afraid of you? Why do forum moderators, social fact-checkers, and the like feel the need to protect the public from your thoughts?
Simple, because all too often, those theories of yours become facts; for example:
The Deep State: was called a conspiracy theory.
An RFID chip in your arm was called a conspiracy theory.
A Social Credit System for individuals: was called a conspiracy theory.
A facial recognition system to track your movements was called a conspiracy theory.
And a cashless society was once called a conspiracy theory.
I could go on, but to do so will get me labeled a conspiracy theorist. And I must not think for myself.
“It is the rare fortune of these days that one may think what one likes and say what one thinks.”
― Tacitus, Histories of Tacitus