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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2015, 02:50:16 PM »
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  • Yes. Believing in conspiracies is not the faith. Even though I believe in many conspiracies myself. But I must say I have less trust in those who deny conspiracies than in those who believe in them.
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    « Reply #2 on: September 12, 2015, 03:16:35 PM »
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  • Quote from: Matto
    Yes. Believing in conspiracies is not the faith. Even though I believe in many conspiracies myself. But I must say I have less trust in those who deny conspiracies than in those who believe in them.


    Good response.

    I do see a correlation between people who obstinately refuse to believe True Conspiracies and Catholics' and Non-Catholics who deny infallible teachings of The catholic Church.
    "I Think it is Time Cathinfo Has a Public Profession of Belief." "Thank you for publicly affirming the necessity of believing, without innovations, all Infallibly Defined Dogmas of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church."

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    « Reply #3 on: September 12, 2015, 08:23:05 PM »
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  • People have been brainwashed by constant propaganda from the
    media allied with the agendas of the government.
    Many of the news anchors that you thought you trusted were
    actually CIA agents. Walter Cronkite, the so called most trusted man
    in America was one.
    The first time I heard "conspiracy theory" was used against those
    whom rejected the conclusions of the Warren Commission
    report of the assassination of JFK.

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    « Reply #4 on: September 13, 2015, 04:53:45 PM »
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  • This might fit in to this discussion. this is Truth and conspiracy.

    Life site News gave news of Bishop Robert Deeley of Portland Maine, "decries Barbaric practises and calls for defunding....you know who.  Well, go to Portland Maine's website for Catholic Charities.  Sept. 21 a Golf classic.  Money for Childrens First and there is a logo for United Way.  Just another way to "Give" that money into the hands of, who? maybe Planned Parenthood or Margaret E. Burnham Trust who gives to United Way and to PP.

    Now, how Barbaric is that!?!  Dioceses Bishops who say all these words of, OH, I am Pro-life and those news people who keep that Idea going.  How about those pro-life groups like Fr Frank Pavone, who claims to be pro-life and knows that ALL dioceses with Catholic Charities are just one of those groups under the Umbrella of United Way.  Why does not these news people give the truth about the monies going for Planned Parenthood.  Why does not anyone speak of defunding Planned Parenthood right at home in their dioceses?!

    Oh, it might be a conspiracy.  NO, IT IS TRUTH!!!


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    « Reply #5 on: September 14, 2015, 06:26:24 PM »
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  • Quote from: Leila
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    Yes. Believing in conspiracies is not the faith. Even though I believe in many conspiracies myself. But I must say I have less trust in those who deny conspiracies than in those who believe in them.


    Good response.

    I do see a correlation between people who obstinately refuse to believe True Conspiracies and Catholics' and Non-Catholics who deny infallible teachings of The catholic Church.
    . What's a conspiracy?  Simply 2 or more parties working an agenda for a result in their favor in covert fashion.  In these days truth is stranger than fiction. We were warned and had many prophets. They themselves killed Our Lord.  That is their power collectively.  What bigger conspiracy is there?  He chased them from their temple practicing usury and the hit on his life was made.  And people still don't believe in conspiracies?  


    Great post. Thank you. What many people call "conspiracies" are facts that make them uncomfortable.
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    He chased them from their temple practicing usury and the hit on his life was made.


    This is true, but the sin being committed was much deeper than usury per se. The greater sin was the act of sacrilege and desecration, maybe even blasphemy, in the House of the Lord - the Temple, which is reserved only for worship of the Most High, when they were money changing and trading there.

    Notice how the anti-Federal Reserve and libertarian crowd usually leave that most important part out whenever they reference Jesus Christ taking the whip to the money changers, probably because this same libertarian crowd are generally a bunch of faithless heathens, themselves, who suck down the freemasonic, man-centered notion of "liberty".

    Don't get me wrong, I'm anti-Federal Reserve, too, but abolishing The Fed won't save my soul.
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    « Reply #7 on: September 17, 2015, 12:03:44 PM »
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  • I did not believe in conspiracies until I became a traditional Catholic.

    For me, I had to come to understand how the devil works.

    Once I understood Satan and how he works, the veil was lifted.

    While God is the root of all Truth, the devil is the root of all lies.  Conspiracies are simply lies built upon lies to keep hidden the truth.

    The Devil was the first conspirator.  He conspired with Eve to bring about Adam's destruction.  Why would anyone believe he would stop at that?


     

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