Yes, I know the typical sede responses to these claims, but they are not reasonable nor beilevable. I'm truly fascinated that this position could be held by otherwise rational adults. I'm also beginning to see that sede-ism is typically coupled with belief in other conspiracy theories such as Holocaust denial, denial of moon landings, denial Obama is president, the world being controlled by Jewish bankers, etc. It seems there is an underlying cynical, delusional and paranoid worldview that must fuel such perceptions which are so at odds with reality.
Um... you believe in the HoloHoax?
I'd believe in the moon landing if it happened -- but the widely-believed one in the 1960's, unfortunately, did not.
Obama is not a natural-born citizen, so he is disqualified to be president. Of course, everyone accepts him to be such, so it's the same as being president. Just like there's no constitutional or legal force for the act which brought about a national Income Tax -- but if you don't pay it, you'll still have tanks on your front lawn and you'll go to prison just the same.
And I only believe the world is controlled by Jewish bankers because the world IS controlled by Jewish bankers
. "Permit me to issue and control the money of the nation and I care not who makes its laws." — Mayer Amsched Rothchild. And every country in the world has a Central Bank, except for a few "rogue" nations which are are being attacked by the United States or WILL be attacked in the near future.
Stevus, don't you think it odd that EVERY COUNTRY ON EARTH has a huge national debt? Who the hell is that money owed to?
I appreciate your efforts to keep the Sedes honest, but man! If you think reality is at odds with reality, it's YOU that has a big problem in your worldview!