Poem: Trolling the Troll (haiku in 9 variations) & 6 Conspiracy Theories that turned out to be true

To the Troll, “Nan M”, who condescendingly tried to stigmatize me with the “conspiracy theorist” label—I say, turn off the MSM propaganda and wake up while you can, “Nan M”. If you don’t like my posts then simply unfollow my blog, no need to try to shame me with your subjective judgement.

1)

Coward’s sucker punch.

Trolls will troll, haters will hate

I’m immune to their—

2)

Couch potato hate

in safe digital debate

Online Arena.

3)

They think that they’re right

while brainwashed and deluded.

They don’t have a clue.

4)

Their eyes are sealed shut—

smug, content in ignorance.

Their ears are sealed tombs.

5)

Too afraid to know

passively ingesting lies

They’re in for a shock.

6)

There’s no teaching fools

Who worship the mainstream news

There’s no hope for them.

7)

They make fun of you

because you make them afraid.

They can’t hear the truth.

8)

Rude awakening

but can they handle the truth?

They’d be horrified.

9)

Will they ever know?

The emperor wears no clothes—

(Sigh), “I told you so”.

The “conspiracy theory” label was promoted by the CIA when the American public questioned the official explanation of JFK’s assassination. Discrediting independent research is an obvious disinformation tactic of the government and mainstream media.

Relying on “debunking” sites like Snopes is a propaganda trap. Snopes is affiliated and sponsored by MSM which is owned by corporate elites. The truth will come out eventually. Here are 6 “conspiracy theories” that turned out to be true (or partially true):

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/587232/conspiracy-theories-that-were-true

27 Comments

      1. I think social media tends to depress people, it reminds me of high school/popularity contest. I guess WP blogs are also social media but much more depth of content than just taking photos of your lunch. I quit FB awhile ago it was a time waster.

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  1. Brilliant series of haiku.

    I heard that speech on conspiracy that JFK delivered. It’s available on YouTube.

    He also delivered a speech in which he mentioned secret societies – also available on YouTube.

    Love those photos that define the term “conspiracy theorist”.

    It’s always been amazing to me that the mainstream media will blast many critical thinkers as being “conspiracy theorists” and yet at the same time they’ll pay homage and tribute to a woman who came up with the stupidest excuse for denying her husband’s marital infidelity that I’ve ever heard- his “alleged” affair (that turned out to be true in the end) was the result of a “vast right-wing conspiracy”.

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  2. Sometimes the truth is in plain sight and some people choose to keep the blinders on. It’s your blog and like you said, if they don’t like then unfollow. Nice poetic jabs you delivered!

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      1. Great point, Sylvester 🙂, denial is often used for a false sense of safety. I’d rather question (and take the risk of being wrong) than blindly follow! I’m not too proud to admit when I’m wrong, I think mistakes are part of learning but I guess some people will never step out of what they view as safe thinking.

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      2. Thank you, Judy. Yes, it’s better to be wrong than to be another mouse following the Pied Piper. We all make mistakes and have to learn from them but to continue to live in that Matrix comfort zone isn’t really living.

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    1. Thank you. It’s difficult to get to what’s true online, I think the algorithms are set so that controversial topics trigger the fake debunking sites immediately. Much collusion going on in MSM and politics. I think it’s a good sign if you get trolls, although it’s annoying 🤗

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