5 comments on “Bloated, irrelevant actor expresses dim-witted opinion

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  2. Hi, Shoogle. No disrespect, but you sound like one of the bullies. I agree one hundred percent that there are a lot of ignorant and paranoid people out there. A lot of them will believe anything you tell them. Which is exactly what I accuse you of. While I don’t believe in lizard people, nor do I believe that all mass shootings are staged by our nefarious government. I do believe, however, that at times in the past, our government has lied to us nefariously. “Weapons of mass destruction”Need I say more. I wonder if you can blame people, especially those of the uneducated variety, for becoming increasingly “paranoid” as you put it?

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  3. Hi, I know I was a little harsh on Seagal… For years I’ve had a special kind of loathing for him so that definitely influences my opinion just a wee bit. 🙂 You’re right that our government has lied to us about many things, and the WMD thing is a big one. But what disturbs me is that *every* time we have a mass shooting these days, and there have been many, the accusation that it was set up by the gun-snatching government is spouted by more and more people without any evidence whatsoever. All they have is a bunch of dots connected by Facebook memes and paranoid radio hosts who see invisible hands pulling the strings on everything that happens in the country. Do they really think ALL of them are Black Ops false flag operations? To me it’s unhealthy, uncritical thinking and it’s getting out of hand. They’re just like the anti-vaxxers. And when a Hollywood actor publicly supports such ridiculous ideas it only serves to make things worse.

    However… If Snowden’s NSA files happen to validate any of these as actual false flag operations, I may have to switch sides on the issue. 😀

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