Quoting: Cloud Hidden Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19004483 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19004483
So what was the civil rights movement then? Quoting: Cloud Hidden
That was a movement based upon the reasoning if they would not be listened to, they would riot, and the black panthers were their Military arm.
So they were listened to, because White People were afraid of the blank panthers, and rioting, thus destroying all the burbs.
Absolute paranoid bullshit view, civil rights movement worked because of grassroots and Dr. MLK always said, dress your Sundays best while attending marches. It wasn't no weirdo occupy movement.
But who am I kidding, I'm trying to preach to a bunch of racist idiots on GLP.
First off, that's a stupid thing to say. I am not racist. You're playing the race card, which is usually reserved for use by leftists (morons). I've read enough of your posts to know you are not a moron, so I'm kinda wondering where your accusation came from...
Secondly, you sound incapable of believing either of the two theories posted. That's either because you lived through that era and believe you witnessed enough of it to "know" the theories to be false, or you just can't accept it for emotional reasons, or because you don't believe people can be manipulated en masse by the government.
We are on a conspiracy website, so I assume you've considered this question: How far back has there been a roadmap for where we find ourselves, who is it controlling the visible powers that be and implementing the plan, and how long have they been able to implement the plan?
If you think that there has been some concerted effort to implement any grand plan by whoever "they" are in the pre-civil rights era, then you probably want to rethink your kneejerk opposition to the possibility that one of the two theories may be correct.
If you don't think it was possible in the pre-civil rights era to manipulate society, then please explain why you think that.