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I am not conspiracy minded. I am more of a skeptic at heart, but as I get older, I am more slow to dismiss conspiracy theories. I am still not on board with "the Jews did it", but I like to listen and learn and still be a skeptic if my curiosity hasn't been satisfied.
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Well said. I'd describe myself similarly.
I like the conspiracy users from Saidit versus sites like Poal or Voat because they lay out a rational argument about a group whoa are based on ideals instead of individuals based on genetics.
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Zapped wrote: ↑Tue Jun 22, 2021 1:38 am
I am still not on board with "the Jews did it",
It's not like 'the' Jews did 'it' undiscriminatorily. It's that a lot of Jewish individuals have committed crimes against humanity, and continue to do so without recourse.
I can understand that, even if I am not convinced of a conspiracy. It's like how I think that crime and poverty in black communities in the U.S. are cultural. People tend to stay within their "race" and therefore have children who look like them. They teach their children through their actions and the cycle continues. I know a few Jewish people and they have a strong culture, usually strong family ties and hard work, but also nepotism and always trying to get a "better deal".
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