Buzzfeed: How Conspiracy Theories Are Easily Dismissed
It’s really easy to manipulate the population. The internet has allowed the powers of this world to have a perfect venue for misinformation, disinformation, and debunking. This is, of course, a good thing and a bad thing. It’s a good thing because it also serves as a way to spread the truth. It’s a bad thing because the majority of mainstream and even some popular alternative news publications can take attention away from the facts and theories very easily.
Case in point: Buzzfeed and the US dollar bill. Conspiracy theories have been proposed about it for decades, even centuries, but for the most part nearly all Americans take for granted the evil symbolism associated with it. At times, it seems as if there are more people starting to pay attention, as can be seen by the likes and views of videos discussing it, but then popular publications like Buzzfeed can easily dismiss it and blow it off, thus swaying the minds of those looking for a “reasonable doubt” about it all.
That’s fine. It’s their job. We just have to be willing to continue to expose the truth and reach as many people as we can.
Here’s their video. Currently, it’s at a modest 382K views, over 1000 comments, and nearly 10k likes compared to just 200 dislikes. Of course, it’s only a few days old, so expect those numbers to go up. We’re not sharing this to say that we believe in what it’s saying. We’re sharing this so those of you out there seeking the truth can get an understanding of what we’re up against.