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This is the curse of every person who enjoys conspiracy theories (as opposed to believing in them). You’ll be going on, enjoying the creativity that results when people impose pattern-recognition on patternless situations; watching the steadily-more baroque reasoning used, Ptolemaic-like, to justify a marvelous theory; and grooving to the excellent nonsense, and then – WHAMM! The person you’re reading brings up the Jews. And then you realize that the author has reached the tertiary stage of conspiracy thinking**, and is now useless to you as an intellectual diversion.
It doesn’t always happen, thank God, but it happens too often.
[*See what I did there, Andrew? I made a reference to something Jewish. That’s because I’m a neocon, and thus obligated to honor my Zionist masters. I’m pointing it out because… it’s a fiendishly clever plot! But you know better; oh, yes, you can see right through all those tricksy and sly Jewish schemes.]
**The stages go like this:
Crossposted to Moe Lane.