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Mike Sullivan

"Conspiracy Theory"

PostMon Nov 25, 2013 2:45 pm

Conspiracy theory is an epithet invented by Jewish polemicist Karl Popper, from his 1945 work in support of rootless cosmopolitanism entitled The Open Society and Its Enemies.[1] In this context, Popper coined the phrase in a polemic against what he called "totalitarianism" (ie - National Socialism and so-called "Stalinism"). At the same time Popper claimed "I do not wish to imply that conspiracies never happen. On the contrary, they are typical social phenomena." Its principal usage is an operant conditioning buzzword meant as psychological warfare to dissuade genuine investigation and research into important events and activities.

Since that time the phrase has been used most commonly to describe members of the Truth movement and alternative media, or in a more general sense people who hold opinions on historical events disliked by the ruling establishment. What are once described as "conspiracy theories" as an epithet are later admitted to be true history by the "powers that be" when it is political convenient to do so and the lie is no longer useful. For example the Katyn massacre against the Poles was once claimed by the Allied press to have been carried out by the Germans, however it is now known and admitted that is was carried out by the Soviet terror regime.

If somebody is described as a "conspiracy theorist" in the controlled media as an insult then it is probably worth looking into what they have to say, however, there are actual cranks who are deliberately placed under the same epithet as genuine exposers of the truth. Most infamously those who push ideas of reptilians and Ufology, thus due diligence is required.

Mike Sullivan

Re: "Conspiracy Theory"

PostSun Feb 02, 2014 6:27 am

Not all conspiracies are false theories.

Cultural Marxism is often described as a 'conspiracy theory' by those who always attempt to muddy the path of truth on any issue that is being exposed. How many times have you heard the term 'conspiracy theory' in relation to a certain group of people with 'anti-semitism' thrown in for good measure? It is all too easy for those who control the media, and who dominate academia to label something as a conspiracy theory. As soon as the term is attached to anything, automatically the majority of people believe it to be false, just because they are told it is false by a media and academia that most already know is corrupt. Yet when it comes to certain issues they fall hook line and sinker for the propagandistic lies.

The term conspiracy theory is an ambiguous term, it is not exclusive to those who wish to ridicule people for talking about something they consider a conspiracy. For every 'conspiracy theory' there are two schools of thought, one which fully believes that the conspiracy exists; backed up with evidence, and the other which doesn't, and in a derogatory manner calls it a 'conspiracy theory' wanting to make it appear the theory of 'nutjobs.'

The definition of conspiracy is as follows:

1. An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act.

2. A group of conspirators.

3. Law An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action.

4. A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design.

5. A secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful. "A conspiracy to destroy the government" synonyms: plot,scheme, stratagem, plan,machination, cabal.

These definitions in relation to cultural marxism and the Frankfurt school, simply means that the 'conspiracy theory' is the belief that what is happening across the West is the result of such intent on behalf of the Frankfurt school and its members towards the West, and is the real meaning of the term conspiracy theory. Not a theory plucked from thin air, but a theory based on historical evidence along with the visual manifestation of the stated aims of the conspiracy.

Those who use the term as an accusation of insanity or myth, do so disingenuously. They use the term only for propaganda designed to deflect any real unbiased consideration of the theory, and not for it's real meaning which would be to give consideration to both viewpoints. Everybody has heard the term 'there are two sides to every story' and the same is true about 'conspiracy theories' there are two sides, and the side that uses the term as a form of mockery never use it in it's truest meaning. That is a reason to suspect the very people using it in such a way, of not being people of integrity. When you hear both sides of a story, you make up your own mind based on the evidence presented, you don't believe one side of the story just because a third party ridicules the other explanation.

A conspiracy theory does not mean that the theory is wrong, they never 'disprove' the theory, just ridicule it as the ideas of 'racists' 'anti-semites' or tin foil hat wearing lunatics. Regardless of what terms are used, they still don't disprove anything, they simply give their own opinion as to why they would like you to think it is a 'ridiculous' conspiracy theory, and by using the term, are actually engaging in a conspiracy theory themselves, by claiming 'racists' and 'anti-semites' have 'created' a false idea to demonise others.

The difference is that in many cases the evidence of a conspiracy against the West is plain for all to see, if only people understood why and how the term is applied to certain theories to discredit them. It becomes group conformity on the perception of truth, because truth is equated with 'hate' or 'lunacy' by the media and so called academics who have huge influence over the minds of the masses, that truth comes to be seen as myth and false, and subsequently the group conforms to this perception never considering the theory to based on fact, and never knowing enough if anything about the theory to make an informed decision on who is right and who is wrong.

Have a look at the following aims of the Frankfurt school of Jewish transformational marxists and ask yourself the question, which one of these has not happened?

• The creation of racism offences

• Continual change to create confusion

• The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children

• The undermining of schools' and teachers' authority

• Huge immigration to destroy identity

• The promotion of excessive drinking

• Emptying of churches

• An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime

• Dependency on the state or state benefits

• Control and dumbing down of media

• Encouraging the breakdown of the family

You need only look at your society today to see that the goals listed above have happened, and are actually being used to socially, morally, and demographically engineer Western civilisation. Of course you will hear people mockingly call it a conspiracy theory, people engaged in such subversive goals and activities are hardly going to admit it are they? Most don't even know that they are actually being used to achieve these goals, they don't recognise their mindset or worldview as cultural marxism because they have been manipulated through our occupied institutions such as education to believe that what they campaign for is 'tolerance' 'diversity' 'anti-racism' etc. They believe that it is 'righteous' to deconstruct Western civilisation and cultural norms because their tutors told them that Westerners ie whites, are guilty of racism, slavery, anti-semitism, 'homophobia' intolerance, patriotism and patriarchy.

They believe that the white race is a 'social construct' created simply to oppress and plunder the world and to enslave non-Europeans, is that not also a conspiracy theory? Have not all races engaged in slavery, oppression, conquest and brutality throughout history?

'Whiteness studies' you would think, would be about the unique achievements of people who are of white European origin, but no, whiteness studies are an anti-white academic brainwashing tool, 'teaching' whites to hate themselves, their history, culture and ancestors. Whiteness studies are part of what is known as Critical Theory, a cultural marxist method of demonsing the West and whites. Critical Theory basically speaks for itself, the theory is to criticise. And the main target of criticism is the West and white people. Only a liar would deny that academia is not riddled with this. It is no conspiracy theory, it is fact.

The main proponents of these anti-white conspiracy theories (in its truest meaning of course) are Noel Ignatiev a Jewish communist, and Tim Wise another Jew who likes to describe himself as 'white' but is in actual fact Jewish and Jews certainly don't identify as white, they identify as Jewish, unless of course like Tim Wise, he is purposefully misleading you to demonise you. He pushes the myth that whites have some kind of mystical privilege that their white skin gives them. I am yet to discover the super powers my white skin gives me. This is a true conspiracy theory, the idea that whites somehow created their ethnic and cultural identity out of thin air. Yes, apparently the white race is full of magicians.

Critical Theory is applied to anything that is viewed as an obstacle to the leftist agenda, it is applied essentially to all the main elements of Western culture including: Christianity, authority, the family, patriarchy, hierarchy, morality, tradition, sexual restraint, loyalty, patriotism, nationalism, race, heredity, ethnocentrism, convention, and conservatism.' Under Critical Theory, anything emanating from the West is to be libeled and attacked. This leads to Cultural Pessimism' which is when a person grows to loathe the society, it leads to ethnomasochism, which is self hatred on an ethnic basis.

People infected with these ideas (mostly students, leftists, homosexuals, feminists and non-whites) believe that what they have actually been indoctrinated with, is a conspiracy theory, and are the ones who you find on social media calling you a 'racist' 'anti-semite' 'homophobe' etc. These are the products of cultural marxism, these are the ones who have swallowed the Frankfurt school inspired anti-white anti-Western propaganda. They are the readers of Theodore Adorno's 'Authoritarian Personality' who described people as having a pathological mental illness for not supporting the subversion. Herbert Marcuse, a proponent of 'repressive tolerance' and his 'Ero's and civilisation' adored by the hippy generation of the 60's. Gramscis 'Prison notebooks' Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals' a tactical manual of the left, or any of the writings of Eric Fromm, Wilhelm Reich, Sigmund Freud, Max Horkheimer, Willi Munzenberg, Georg Lukacs etc. They could just as easily be called Gramscians, Marcusians etc, it wouldn't matter what label you give them and their ideas, they still have the same negative impact and most would still deny it and call you crackpot conspiracy theorist, again to deflect any real investigation into exactly what it is they are advocating.

All of the propaganda they digested came from members of the Frankfurt school institute of social research which had changed it's name from the Marxist institute to conceal it's true nature, in much the same way supporters of it's ideas call you a conspiracy theorist for speaking about it. And to a man, the most influential members of the Frankfurt school were communists, and they were Jewish, there is no denying this, yet to say this, is to be engaging in a tin foil hat 'conspiracy theory' apparently.

Lets have a look at some of their quotes:

"We will make the West so corrupt it stinks."
- Willi Munzenberg

“I see the revolutionary destruction of society as the one and only solution. A worldwide overturning of values can not take place without the annihilation of the old values and a creation of the new ones by the Revolution.”
- Georg Luckacs

“The West is guilty of genocidal crimes against every civilization and culture it has encountered. American and Western Civilization are the world’s greatest repositories for racism, sexism, xenophobia, Antisemitism, Fascism, and Nazism. American society is oppressive, evil, and undeserving of loyalty.”
- Herbert Marcuse First Generation Jewish Cultural Marxist.

"The civilised world has been thoroughly saturated with Christianity for 2000 years, any country grounded in Christian values cannot be overthrown therefore, until those roots are cut, but to cut the roots, to change culture, a long march through the institutions is necessary. Only then will power fall into our laps like ripened fruit."
- Antonio Gramsci

"Sexual morality is contemptible. I advocate an incomparably freer sexual life. If only Americans knew we are bringing them the plague."
- Sigmund Freud

“Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical … The first Radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”
-Saul Alinsky

Are these quotes a 'conspiracy theory' in the propagandistic sense, which attempts to prevent people from viewing them as an accurate point of reference to what has happened across the West? Is it a 'conspiracy theory' that all of these people had an influence on the direction the Frankfurt school took? Is it a 'conspiracy theory' that everything they strived to achieve has come true?

You can read any leftist blog and identify the cultural marxist nature of their ramblings, they don't see it as cultural marxism of course, they really do believe that they are occupying the moral high ground. Some of these blogs also openly refer to members of the Frankfurt school in relation to social and cultural change, therefore, seeing as the people who they refer to were Marxists who sought to change Western culture to achieve 'revolution', it is more than reasonable to call them Cultural Marxists, and their ideology which has infected the West as Cultural Marxism. They can give it whatever name they want, it is still the poison running through the veins of Western civilisation.

Your eyes do not lie, you see the sky and know it to be the sky, you see your child and know it to be your child, but for some reason when something as obvious as cultural marxism is right in front of people, they fail to see it for what it is believing it to be a 'whacky conspiracy theory' even if they know deep down that 'something isn't right.' And that is the power and real nature of the subversion.

To explain how this works, it is important to try and understand how group conformity works, ie when an individual sees something he knows to be true, but the group disagrees, rather than sticking to what he knows to be true, the individual conforms to the group consensus for fear of being the 'odd one out' or 'the crackpot conspiracy theorist.'

The Asch Experiment - Conformity, Media Smears and Nationalism:

Think back to when you were a child, did you not desire to fit in? Did you not follow popular trends, for example clothes and music? Even if later you rebelled against conformity, was it not just fashionable to do so amongst your peers, or your group of friends? The truth is, human beings are social animals, we are primates who have evolved over millions of years to hunt and live in groups and thus have developed an inherent desire to conform, as isolation could have proved deadly in the wild.

Solomon Asch - Conformity.

If you doubt the ability of human beings to conform, consider the following experiment by Solomom Asch:

Every day we try to fit in. We may like to think we're individual but most of the time we don't actually want to stand out too much. It's this idea of conformity that the social psychologist Solomon Asch studied in the 1950s, using nothing more complex than straight black lines drawn on pieces of card, it's one of the classic experiments in psychology.

Asch believed people wouldn't go along with the crowd; He set up his experiment to prove that people would stand up against group pressure. Unknown to his subjects, the rest of the group were stooges or plants, who'd been instructed to say line A was longer than line B, even though it patently wasn't. Contrary to his expectations Asch discovered that a third of people went along with the group, even when it contradicted the evidence of their own eyes.

Can you believe that? One third of people would say that line A is longer than line B, just because they believed everybody else thought that it was! This implies one third of people will do and say whatever they believe the overwhelming majority say and do, even if there's no real pressure to conform, no real disincentive for dissent.

The Power Of The Media

So if people will metaphorically say black is white in order to conform, when there is no real pressure to do so and will accept the opinions of, and obey, those they believe are more knowledgeable than them, even if they feel uncomfortable doing so, surely the influence of the all-pervasive media and eleven years' state indoctrination is far more potent?

The Portrayal of 'Racists'

Since the 1960s, the media have portrayed 'racists' as either stupid and socially inept, or vicious and evil (usually stupid, too). The former was usually portrayed in sitcoms such as Alf Garnett in Till Death Us Do Part and Rigsby in Rising Damp. Interestingly both programmes were successful in the 1970s, and the motive appears to have been to gently stigmatise 'racist' behaviour.

Another caricature, briefly mentioned above, was the evil, vicious thug. This is usually reserved for those that are politically opposed to multiculturalism ie. nationalists. Of course during the late seventies and throughout the eighties, nationalism embraced the skinhead scene or, more likely, vice versa. As mass-immigration became a real concern many working class skins were drawn to the nationalist movement, something the media were keen to sensationalise.

Essentially, the media will always portray Nationalists in the worst possible light, and that will always make things pretty hard for us. People are easily manipulated as the psychology experiments I highlighted illustrate, and unfortunately the media is a very powerful influence that will make it very hard to win back our countries.

For more on the Asch experiment see the following link: ... m.html?m=1

I found this a very good and detailed explanation of what we commonly know to be sheeple or lemmings. The herd mentality is something which accounts for much of the apathy that we see among our people. Rather than speak out, they would rather just conform to the manipulated group concensus surrounding multiculturalism, 'diversity' and cultural marxism, even though it may be quite apparent to them that it is wrong and they are being deceived, anything for the easy life.

Also the power of the media in influencing public opinion, in regards to anything that they want to demonise or support. In this case demonising nationalism and supporting cultural marxist ideas. The media along with the film industry and education system, in their portrayal of nationalists and nationalism gives the public an image that they find unappealing, therefore they influence and encourage hostility towards one set of ideas whilst portraying a picture book fairy tale image of cultural marxist concepts. This works in exactly the same way as when they label something a conspiracy theory.

Group conformity and thought conformity are nurtured from the very earliest age, and is a form of evil genius. The psychological conditioning of populations can be achieved through this method and similar psychological methods of mind control.

Please take a look at this link too which shows a couple of video examples as to how this works.

Psychology + Brainwashing:

So as you can see, using the human instinct to conform, is what leads people to view something labeled as a conspiracy theory in the manner the media and academia wants them to. For those of us who are on the other side, we are swimming against a strong current that is almost impossible to overcome.

Lastly, those people in academia who are on the left, create unproven scientific theories and present them as scientific fact to further their agenda. And even though these theories are unproven, people accept them as scientific fact because it fits in with their worldview. These psudeo-scientific theories have been used and incorporated into academia to lead people down the cultural marxist path. Any genuine scientist who refutes these false theories and has evidence to back it up, is usually labeled a racist, or an anti-semite etc. The suppression of real scientific findings is done because the false theories of psudeo ideologically driven scientist's and academics, is needed to continue the subversion. To present the findings of real scientists that conflict with the agenda would be to expose the lies of the agenda in an instant, and they do everything to prevent that. ... ories.html

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Re: "Conspiracy Theory"

PostFri Aug 12, 2016 10:41 am

That was an excellent post, Mike. As was the info on the origin of that term.

Not to over simplify, but when someone says that 'buzz word' to me I remind them: A conspiracy simply means that a person or more than one person 'conspired' or 'planned' to do something. Almost every convenience store robbery is by that definition a 'conspiracy.' And 'theory' is an attempt at figuring out the who, what, when, where, and why of the event.
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Re: "Conspiracy Theory"

PostThu Aug 16, 2018 7:57 am

Bump! For those not familiar with the Frankfurt School and other anti-White movements.

Mike Sullivan wrote:Conspiracy theory is an epithet invented by Jewish polemicist Karl Popper

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