Friday, October 25, 2013
Why Do People Resist Conspiracy Concept?
by Mike Parker
It is the human tendency to deny the reality of "conspiracy", even though all of human interaction is by definition a "conspiracy". Conspirators rely on this habit of denial, because it makes their conspiracies possible. As long as people are denying that conspiring is possible, then conspiring is guaranteed to be successful.
"Nobody would do that. Nobody would even think of doing that."
Men - intelligent men - who set forth to commit "crimes", or to accomplish things that other people would not approve of, are committed to finding the means of doing such things, in ways that "normal" people would not normally be ready to anticipate.
"Motive" is easy to suppose. A man steals from a bank. Motive: He wanted the money.
"Means", if it is done right, is not necessarily so easy to uncover. A man who points a gun at a bank teller has a straightforward means.
The most brilliant conspirators set their aims towards unusual thinking. The further that a plan is removed from normal thinking, the more valuable the proposition will be. Scads of crime films have been successful, working from the basis that surprising the audience with new and unexpected means of committing crimes will get their attention. Yet coming up with the most incredible means of committing crimes is in truth the foundation for the success of the deepest conspiracies that "normal" people think could never be possible.
The credo of the most successful conspirators is this: "Make what you do so far removed from normal thinking that normal thinkers would never even consider it possible."
The most powerful and successful conspirators refuse to acknowledge that anything is impossible, and this is why they have been successful. They ride on the human tendency to accept everyday explanations for even the most deranged events.
Imagine a planet of free thinkers. People whose minds are capable of exploring every possible direction of human action, both great and "depraved". That is not Humanity, in general. That is better a description of the highest heights of the Illuminati. They ask themselves, "What would people NOT expect?" And they use that, to generate social change from unexpected directions.
Then they ask: "How can we prevent others from thinking the same way?"
It's simple: give them new toys, and create "world-ending" crises to worry about. Meanwhile actual world-killing crises unfold - and that means Japan.
People in general do not feel happy about intrigue and conspiracy. They want to live their lives in peace, without worry. They want to be able to put their bag down, and attend to other business, without worrying that someone will steal their bag while they are otherwise involved.
The true Conspirators are by now so far ahead of commonplace thinking that what they are aiming at is not stealing the bag, but replacing it with their own bag, and telling you it's the one you just set down.
People are too easy to control.
"No one would ever do that. It's not possible. We can't do that. No one would ever want to do that. No one would think of that."
Maybe you wouldn't. And that's exactly why THEY did.
Why are people so resistant against truth? Or even fact?
I have spent much of my life trying to understand the blindness of normal humans.
For example, this very day I attempted to inform my colleagues that one or more of the nuclear reactors in Fukushima has been admitted to be in a meltdown state. This is a likely catastrophic development.
I might as well have been telling them the schedule for the #260 bus. They didn't know; they didn't care; and they didn't care to know.
Is it indifference? It is inertia? Is it lack of mental ability?
What is wrong? What is wrong with people? Why do they refuse to see?
Whatever it is, it is the means by which the conspirators have managed to succeed.
About the author: Mike Parker is a book editor who was raised in Central California but is currently living and working in the Orient