|baleen - 2014-05-21 |
This is how successful conspiracy theorists work:
1 Introduce a concept likely unfamiliar to your audience. Describe it truthfully.
2. Seamlessly draw a false connection between the introduced truth and new variables.
As in Zeitgeist... The Cult of Mithras had a son of God walking on Earth before Jesus, which means everything you may think you know is wrong.
As in this video clip... Gaslighting was a thing and this is what it means and here's some facts about it. Oh here are some examples of gaslighting by the way.
Establish yourself as an "authority" that "knows something" and people suddenly lower their guard. It's cheap debate tactics but man does it work.
|STABFACE - 2014-05-21 |
Skip to 4:30 to hear this goober accidentally offer up a truly sublime example of cognitive dissonance.
|Hooker - 2014-05-21 |
Shine on, crazy right-winger!
|Xenocide - 2014-05-21 |
Holy shit, he made it two whole minutes before descending into typical wingnut BENGHAZI BENGHAZI BENGHAZI hysteria.
This guy constantly sounds like he's on the verge of tears.
I've referenced it before, but in the 2012 mea cupla video him and his crazy neotard friends made about how they massively got the federal election results wrong, he literally seemed like he was one small nudge away from full-on bawling.
I can't wait for the video following Hillary's election, where Bill will deliver his entire monologue while pointing a gun to his temple and insisting that he is just fine.
|memedumpster - 2014-05-21 |
Hey, I've seen Gaslighting. I think I saw that on here.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-05-21 |
This website makes me so fucking tired sometimes. I worry about my mind after I spend too long on it.
One should not observe a train wreck from inside the dining car, or from the tracks.
|Cherry Pop Culture - 2014-05-22 |
Whoa, this guy uses Wikipedia as a reference! WATCH OUT, THIS MAN IS A LIBERAL-DESTROYING MACHINE
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