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un gun control and fema camps | THE UNITED NATIONS WANTS YOU IN FEMA CAMPS | image tagged in united nations,gun control,fema,alex jones,2nd amendment,guns | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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or in graveyards
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More bullshit conspiracy garbage
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Yeah, the US government would never put American citizens in camps. Oh, wait; what about FDR? That could never happen again...
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That was wrong when it happened, but the circumstances were completely different. It was during wartime. Conspiracy nutters today are saying the government will round up millions of Americans and put them into nonexistent concentration camps (or extermination camps, depending on who you ask). Government-run concentration camps don't exist, and the people who say they do exist have never shown any valid proof.
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Yeah, I won't take you down that rabbit hole. It's dark and not a happy place down there. The fact is it happened in the past therefore it is not out of the realm of possibility for mass internment of "dissidents" or "potential security threats" to be an option in the minds of some government officials.
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Is it out of the realm of possibility? No. But what I hear people today saying about it seems extremely far-fetched and paranoid.
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I agree there are some "nutters" out there. There are two extremes to every "conspiracy theory." One says, "That's just another conspiracy theorist..." (using the propagandistic sense of the term) and they dismiss everything said by the person.

The other extreme are the "nutters" who take a little bit of accurate information and distort it until it is extremely far-fetched because they are paranoid.
The "nutters" give a bad name to everyone who questions the "official" or "acceptable" conspiracy theory in regards to any event.

The way to get as close as possible to the truth is to avoid either extreme and to look for that little bit of accurate information on your own and make up your own mind.
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Well said. Have an upvote.

Too many people are too willing to buy into every bizarre idea that comes down the pike. But it also annoys me when people use the label of "conspiracy theorist" toward people who simply find inconsistencies in what they're told. Take me for example. I see some inconsistencies in the "official story" of what happened on 9/11, so some people would call me a conspiracy theorist or truther. But I don't claim to know what really happened. I just see that what I'm told happened doesn't really add up in some places.
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When someone talks about "conspiracy theorists" (in the propagandistic sense) concerning 9/11, I ask them if they believe 19 people "just so happened to hijack three planes and fly them into the same buildings by coincidence. When they say "no," I explain to them that they believe those 19 people got together with each other and the people giving them orders and they "conspired" to do that evil thing. So that person believes the "official conspiracy theory."
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True true
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You're the one claiming that FEMA camps exist, so the burden of proof is on you to demonstrate that.
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If you're open to discussion, then let's have a discussion. What proof do you have that FEMA camps exist?
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You're claiming they exist. I don't accept your claim. You have the burden of proof to show they exist. I don't believe they exist because I've never seen any evidence that they do. Every time I hear someone say they exist, the evidence they provide is completely lousy and doesn't prove their claims at all.

So what evidence do you have that they exist?
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"if you're going to say somebody has no proof you better have proof yourself first"

It doesn't work that way. If someone makes a claim and doesn't back up that claim with any proof, I am totally justified in not accepting their claim as true.

Not accepting their claim as true doesn't mean that I have to present proof that their claim is wrong.

If I say leprechauns exist and you don't accept my claim, can I say that you then have to prove that they don't exist?
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Proving that something *doesn't* exist is nearly impossible. I can't prove they don't exist. But the claim that they do exist is not supported by evidence; certainly not sufficient evidence to lead me to believe they exist.
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)This is a reply to both comments)

You're right, it is freedom of speech to say those things. But if someone did tell you something that sounded very bizarre, you would ask for evidence, right? I hope you wouldn't just take them at their word. And I admit my initial comment was rude.

I do have an open mind, but not so open that I believe things without sufficient evidence. There's a huge difference.

"I'm open to all discussion, but you obviously aren't." I'm open to evidence.

I apologize for my rudeness, but I would strongly urge you to approach all claims with a healthy skepticism. If something sounds bizarre, look into it. Research it. Get more information from reliable sources. There are things I used to believe were true, but don't anymore because I looked into them and realized I was wrong.
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