‘The Nuts Are Out There’ (2014)

Doggone conspiracy got us again!

Just listen, just take in the ambient environment… and you’ll hear stuff that’s downright crazy.

The Nuts Are Out There

Why, pray tell, would “the corporations” want to kill off all their customers? Does George W. Bush really perform human sacrifices in… Denver? And how come rich, all-powerful bad guys can’t keep secrets from Joe Blow on the Internet?

Mark Rushdoony says conspiracy theories are out there because a lot of people want them–takes the heat off ourselves, if faceless plotters are to blame. “It’s not my fault! The Illuminati did it!” Totally lets the rest of us off the hook.

3 comments on “‘The Nuts Are Out There’ (2014)

  1. The prevalence of conspiracy theories doesn’t speak well of the collective mental health of our civilization. People believe these because they WANT to believe them. If the “game” is rigged, then you can avoid taking responsibility for the things that go wrong in life.

  2. There is a place for the exposure of those conspiring evil things. Christians are to be the light of the world, because it is light that reveals the darkness and destroys it. Darkness is but the lack of light.

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