I know that many people are angry for all the “misinformation” and “conspiracy theories” there are on the Internet. I understand it. If you believe everything that has been predicted or said, you’re certainly disappointed by now. Or maybe you are just disgusted.
Either way, I will make an admission. I go down rabbit holes. I go down the rabbit holes EVERY SINGLE DAY. In fact, I search them out. If someone has a crazy theory, I am there!
You might wonder why.
There are several reasons. One is curiosity. I’m curious about who these people are who create the rabbit holes and how they claim to know what they know. Some of them seem quite credible and others definitely aren’t, but it’s their alleged sources that amaze me. It’s always someone high up the government food chain, a former officer of this, etc. I must say, there are a LOT of high officials who talk a lot. I had no idea. Either that or a lot of middle managers are making themselves feel important.
I think most of the creators truly believe what they are presenting, especially those who don’t ask for money.
I’m also curious about the information presented. Some of it is quite outlandish. Some of it seems to have a base in reality. But, it is all fascinating, especially when they start making all kinds of connections between people and events.
Even if the information is far fetched, it takes a LOT of work to find it, organize it, and then present it. These people work hard. And the production quality of it can be quite good. These videos are actually engrossing!
I also find that I always learn something. It may be the one true fact in the entire video or it could be more. It also presents names, places, history that I can go research. You’d be surprised what I have learned over the past few months.
Some of this information may come in handy someday. In fact, we may find out one day that a few of these theories might actually be more true than we originally thought. Look at what we have learned recently about UFO’s. The Kennedy Assassination. The sinking of the Titanic. Parts of the theories about these have been proven to be true. Sometimes conspiracy theories come true.
There are some cautions one has to take in the rabbit holes. First, never give in completely to the tales. Think while you are watching. Does what they are telling you make any sense? Is it at all possible? Research the creator, the subject etc. Do your homework. And never ever hang your full faith and intellectual credit on any of them. There have been so many rabbit holes about the recent events that just are NOT plausible.
I also suggest you don’t share these tales too much. I laugh about many of them with my husband and friends, but I don’t talk to casual acquaintances or strangers about them. I don’t want to be judged as a nutcase.
To me, it is a diversion, an entertainment, a show. Something that can spark the imagination and keep me thinking. And that’s how I will keep it.
A SPECIAL WORD ABOUT Q ANON: Yes, I followed Q and still do refer back to Q posts. Do I think Q is real? Yeah, probably. Some of the things Q has said seem to fit what has happened. But, I also know that it’s kind of like that Teresa woman in New Jersey who says she communicates with dead relatives. If she studies people enough, does her background research enough, and says enough generic things, she will eventually be right. I think Q is similar.
The one thing Q has taught me about and helped me focus on is the problem of human trafficking and specifically, pedophilia. I now know what a huge problem it is world wide and I applaud those who are fighting against it.
Again, I enjoy the intrigue of all the Q content, the idea of chasing an answer that might be there is challenging and fun. And, as it applies to the exposure and destruction of the deep state and the corruption in D.C. and other parts of the world, I hope it’s right.
So, call me what you want. Conspiracy Theorist. Right wing nut job. Crazy old lady. It doesn’t matter.
I’ll still go down the rabbit holes. It might prepare me for what might come in this crazy world. And it will still be fun.
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Jan I feel like we could be besties…