The American humor website, Cracked.com, makes a mint off of its low-brow mockery of all things it can grasp whether it's video games or B-movies. Very little can escape the simian intellects of its vile writers. Until now, we here at IW have taken little notice of this site's depraved content, but that has recently changed. Cracked.com published an article that states those of us who promote conspiracy theories are "destroying the world".
This is not the first time that the humor site has denigrated those who stand for the truth. Its writers have frequently made fun of anyone who believes in the Illuminati, the truth behind 9/11, and the moon landing hoax. However, this latest article has sparked more outrage on our side than anything previously seen, so much to the point where we feel that a rebuttal is necessary.
"5 Reasons Conspiracy Theories Are Destroying the World" is based on multiple fallacies and Illuminati lies. The first "reason" concerns the amount of knowledge available to us via the internet. The writers assert that more knowledge leads to more theories and thus more ignorance. That cannot be further from the truth. Knowledge is power and will always be so. Only those who want to help usher in the NWO would promote such anti-intellectualism.
The second one is possibly one of the most vicious, and that's the one accusing truth seekers (anti-vaccination advocates) of killing people with our perspectives. We had a hard time stomaching just how low Cracked went on that one. Do not trust the stats on that website. They are most likely manipulated. Besides, there is a preponderance of evidence that America over-vaccinates its children. If you don't believe us, just check how many shots other developed countries recommend in comparison to the U.S. We'll save you the time and give you the answer, it's a lot less.
The remaining garbage items on Cracked's list don't even come close to holding water. The third one indicating that conspiracy theories are a big business is rubbish. Most people who do their homework on pundits such as Alex Jones and Glenn Beck realize that they're just pieces of the Illuminati's gigantic puzzle. And as far as "bringing out the worst in people" (#4) goes, that bit is just poorly connected anecdotes that lack any real numbers.
The fifth and final item that accuses us of making it "impossible to fix the real problems" is way off the mark. For starters, WE ARE TRYING TO FIX THE REAL PROBLEMS!!! The hidden forces that control our world is the most pressing issue, and we are doing everything we can to raise awareness to stop it. How dare Cracked try to insinuate otherwise.
These people who try to debunk us fail miserably. The only ones they convince are those already brainwashed. That's because we do base our findings on evidence, we do consider all possibilities, and we do subject our findings to scrutiny. If you still don't believe, just take an objective look at the state of the world. It's rapidly becoming a morally bankrupt cesspool all set for the beast to take over.
If you're interested in seeing the original Cracked article, here's the link. http://www.cracked.com/article_21341_5-ways-every-conspiracy-theory-makes-world-worse_p2.html