Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by jrr777, Oct 17, 2017.
Sure, where did the ball earth "conspiracy" start? Illuminati? Freemasons? Elders of Zion?
If my wife was always lying to me, I would not believe her. But then, I wouldn't necessarily assume that everything she said was a lie either.
Does that answer your question?
Flat earth lifts the veil on all the false flags, it reveals all that are involved. All their lies branch from the root of the first lie, and they must and will do anything to keep that root watered and growing. That root, is the ball earth lie. Which is why it would reveal all of them, all governments. For they all promote and indoctrinate the lie at a very young age. Keep searching for these false flags or the truth. You will get there.
Wrong, this is NOT about the author of the thread, you or me, it about American false flags so your red herring is just that and is irrelevant.
YOU imply it with your red herring defensive posts. When you decide to stick to the OP, perhaps you can change my mind.
Never mind, I thought this was going to be a serious discussion on false flags. I'm obviously wrong so count me out of this nonsensical discussion.
Not at all. Whether NASA's portrayal of earth being round is a "false flag" is right on point with the author's intent.
I implied no such thing, that doesn't even make sense. You must be one of those who believes the internet wouldn't lie about anything important.
As in Romans? Which one?
But why start there. The ancient Greeks were in on the conspiracy too.
Yes but it took the power of Rome and the Vatican to present it as "truth". At first, the RCC didn't want to present it as truth, because they seen how it contradicts the Bible. Side note: The Vatican doesn't care about the Bible, they just want their riches and power, control of the people.
Yes, I guess I should have phrased the question better. Big lies, not little lies. Even though we shouldn't lie period, I do understand that you took my question the wrong way. Do you know any compulsive liars? Do you trust them? Can they from time to time tell the truth, yes, though very rare. They are called compulsive liars for a reason.
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