Psychology Today Hit Piece Labels Conspiracy Thinking A Psychotic Illness

It always strikes me as funny how people call people who are open to the fact that rich and powerful people would not do anything to hold on their power and wealth with whatever means available. To deny the fact that conspiring is one of the most normal activities of these people is dangerous and naive. They have always done so and always will.

Is 911 an inside job? if you can still believe that 19 alcohol drinking, coke snorting idiots who were not even able to fly a frigging Cessna let alone a Boeing 747 were able to fly for 1.5 hours in the most protected airspaces in the world and that two of these planes could actually collapse three steel framed buildings into a pyroclastic flow into their own foot print I can tell you you have a long way to go.

Psychology Today Hit Piece Labels Conspiracy Thinking A Psychotic Illness 020909top2

In an article entitled Dark Minds: When does incredulity become paranoia, Psychology Today writer John Gartner attempts to make the case that the concerns of “conspiracy theorists” are not based in reality but are a product of mental instability, while himself fulfilling every criteria for what he claims classifies such people as psychotics – ignoring evidence that contradicts his preconceptions while embracing the ludicrous “conspiracy theory” that powerful men and governments do not conspire to advance their power.

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