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What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?

 
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What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
"Conspiracy theorists have known much of the truth behind the illuminati for over 200 years and yet these evil people have only become more and more powerful with no end in sight. Well if you believe in God and the Bible as I do he spells much of it out in the book of revelation. It tells of the rise of the antichrist and also of the two witnesses who bring the world the truth and help bring about the destruction of the nwo and the antichrist.
Godless people have been trying to bring about the death of the illuminati for a long time with no success. And believe me that if you are trying today to do the same you are only accomplishing one thing- you are being tracked and labeled as a troublemaker, and one day it will either lead to your death or capitulation.
If you are an atheist tell me what is your plan to defeat TPTB. If you believe in God I'm asking you to pray for the arrival of the two witnesses and the many heroes that will assist them.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
What's the purpose of having a mind if you're just going to ruin it with belief in suprestitous nonsense?
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
"Conspiracy theorists have known much of the truth behind the illuminati for over 200 years and yet these evil people have only become more and more powerful with no end in sight. Well if you believe in God and the Bible as I do he spells much of it out in the book of revelation. It tells of the rise of the antichrist and also of the two witnesses who bring the world the truth and help bring about the destruction of the nwo and the antichrist.
Godless people have been trying to bring about the death of the illuminati for a long time with no success. And believe me that if you are trying today to do the same you are only accomplishing one thing- you are being tracked and labeled as a troublemaker, and one day it will either lead to your death or capitulation.
If you are an atheist tell me what is your plan to defeat TPTB. If you believe in God I'm asking you to pray for the arrival of the two witnesses and the many heroes that will assist them.
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Kids also call their parents evil for not letting them stay out late. Idol1
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
No offense OP, but there's no actual evidence that what the bible states is true. i'm not flat out saying it's word-for-word bullshit, but i can't believe in something on blind faith alone. the bible could have included the story of hansel and gretel, and i'd be expected to believe it. i'd be dishonouring myself by accepting something which is merely conjecture, not to mention being bullied into believing it. believing in one tale conditions the mind into magical thinking, and there's no place for that in the real world.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
No one has answered my question.
What is your scenario that defeats the NWO?
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
No offense OP, but there's no actual evidence that what the bible states is true. i'm not flat out saying it's word-for-word bullshit, but i can't believe in something on blind faith alone. the bible could have included the story of hansel and gretel, and i'd be expected to believe it. i'd be dishonouring myself by accepting something which is merely conjecture, not to mention being bullied into believing it. believing in one tale conditions the mind into magical thinking, and there's no place for that in the real world.
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Without faith or unless you see something for yourself
how do know anything is the truth?
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
Christ returns.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
OP, conspiracy theorists aren't conspiracy theorists. They're seekers of truth who believe others are and have been lying about various things. Some are correct. Some are not. But to use the label at all acknowledges that the label wasn't donned by the people themselves but that by those who seek to discredit their attempts to find truth.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
No one has answered my question.
What is your scenario that defeats the NWO?
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same as yours, the big bearded daddy in the sky comes down off his throne and makes things all better for his little sheep.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
OP, conspiracy theorists aren't conspiracy theorists. They're seekers of truth who believe others are and have been lying about various things. Some are correct. Some are not. But to use the label at all acknowledges that the label wasn't donned by the people themselves but that by those who seek to discredit their attempts to find truth.
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I agree we are seekers of truth. But as such you should not be afraid of labels. By the way did you read the top of the page your reading, at least I didn't call us the lunatic fringe.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
I agree we are seekers of truth. But as such you should not be afraid of labels. By the way did you read the top of the page your reading, at least I didn't call us the lunatic fringe.
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Noted.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
this thread.
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
No one has answered my question.
What is your scenario that defeats the NWO?
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As far as I know, having a master plan to defeat the NWO is not a prerequisite for being a conspiracy theorist.
Wouldn't it be great to heal the world, with only a song?
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Re: What's the purpose of being a conspiracy theorist if you don't believe in a God that can solve the issue once and for all?
Well god isn't going to come down and save us. Truth seekers know how to fix things but you need the cooperation of many people. Since the majority are brainwashed and stupid from tv and church there is no cure. Just gotta let the idiots suffer then rebuild when the dust settles. Over and over again. Wash rinse repeat. Humans are stupid.

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