Conspiracy theorist Kevin Purfield arrested for harassing Aurora victims' families

Mick West

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http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/201...sed-aurora-shooting-victims-families-cops-say

One more reason why debunking is a good thing. You are not going to stop ever incident like this, but by clearly debunking things we can at least hope to reduce it.
 

Trigger Hippie

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It seems he's had some issue with the police in the past...



He was detained on a medical hold while shopping for shoes? He never does say why they detained him. I wonder why?
 

Grieves

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Is there actually a conspiracy theory associated with this guy, or is this thread just a little jig being danced on his arrest warrant, given he's a conspiracy theorist..?
 

Mick West

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Is there actually a conspiracy theory associated with this guy, or is this thread just a little jig being danced on his arrest warrant, given he's a conspiracy theorist..?
I'm sure there will be, however this was just interesting conspiracy-theory related news. No jigs, it's a sad situation all round.
 

lotek

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example of supports going too far without a sound reasoning to do so... quietly waiting to news about a similar incident involving radar operators or pilots. then the wave of posts touting the arrest as proof of a cover up only leading to the mental reinforcement of more unstable supporters causing an upwards push in the instability and danger of all this buggery.
 

Trigger Hippie

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According to this he was trespassing and exhibiting moderate signs of paranoid delusions. http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2013/04/judge_increases_bail_to_100000.html
Thanks M, and welcome to Metabunk.

Ya, I thought as much. I was being sarcastic in my post, trying to point out how quickly he claims police brutality but sheepishly neglects to mention his moon base theories and the fact that he was trespassing. Next we should cue the apologists so they can claim the psych eval violated his basic human rights.:rolleyes:
 

Cairenn

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I find it interesting that we can't control guns, because the real problem is mental illness, but if we try to force help on those that are mentally ill, then it is some sort of a conspiracy/ mind control etc.
 
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It seems he's had some issue with the police in the past...



He was detained on a medical hold while shopping for shoes? He never does say why they detained him. I wonder why?
Trespassing. After several conflicts with police in NorCal he returned to Oregon making daily visits to Cascades Shopping Mall. He spent his days stopping customers and holding up store clerks from doing their job with stories about telportation and moon bases. He was warned many times before being told to never return to the property . Security was called once again after he scared a young girl in YoCream on Oct 17 and the head of security told him never come back. He returned on Oct 19 and was escorted off the property and seen by staff at a local e.r. Mr. Purfield not only has a history of mental problems dating back to his teenage years...he also has a history of harassment / stalking. Including a stay away he vioated in N.J. He lost parental rights to his only child and that daughter advertises "services" via the internet in the SF Bay area . This is not a poor guy just getting beat up on by the system.
 

JRBids

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Is there actually a conspiracy theory associated with this guy, or is this thread just a little jig being danced on his arrest warrant, given he's a conspiracy theorist..?
Do you find nothing wrong with his harassing the families of the dead? I think it's irrelevant that his is a CT, he would have harassed someone else for some other reason, but unfortunately, browsing around FB, I have found MANY examples of people with moderate to what looks like severe mental illness putting their paranoia on parade and having it fed by equally ill folks.
 

JRBids

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3:00 mins. The president and the military using teleportation. He contacts the Director of the Weapons Division at Los Alamos who tells him to fuck off (LOL). He then looks for the directors home phone number and finds it. He talks about emailing and calling a professor of physics, who never gets back to him, even though he's emailed 30 times. ("I talked to his wife" he says).

I guess it's good that people like this are broadcasting their illnesses to the world, but unfortunate that nothing can be done except to wait until they break the law.
 

Oxymoron

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Do you find nothing wrong with his harassing the families of the dead? I think it's irrelevant that his is a CT, he would have harassed someone else for some other reason, but unfortunately, browsing around FB, I have found MANY examples of people with moderate to what looks like severe mental illness putting their paranoia on parade and having it fed by equally ill folks.
But the relevance IS that he is a conspiracy theorist, otherwise he would not be paraded on this site in an effort to tar all with the same brush.

The reason you will have found many examples of such people putting 'their paranoia' on parade is because you LOOK for it. Seek and ye shall find. Combined with the fact that statistically there are bound to be the some percentage of people with mental illness in the virtual world as there is in the real world. The difference being that in the virtual world, there are search engines which enable people to gawp at the rantings of more unhinged people than you could normally uncover by physically searching them out in society
 

MikeC

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If ther is a corelation between being a CT and putting ones paranoia on parade then the only way it will be identified is studying it.
"looking for it" does not make it happen - it just highlights when it does.
 

JRBids

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But the relevance IS that he is a conspiracy theorist, otherwise he would not be paraded on this site in an effort to tar all with the same brush.

The reason you will have found many examples of such people putting 'their paranoia' on parade is because you LOOK for it. Seek and ye shall find. Combined with the fact that statistically there are bound to be the some percentage of people with mental illness in the virtual world as there is in the real world. The difference being that in the virtual world, there are search engines which enable people to gawp at the rantings of more unhinged people than you could normally uncover by physically searching them out in society
Correct, conspiracy theories ATTRACT people who are paranoid, and many who are paranoid are mentally ill. They are no longer one here, one there, isolated, sitting in their rooms thinking dark thoughts. With the internet age these mentally ill paranoid people are able to connect with each other, and bolster each others' delusions. They are now a formidable front, egged on day after day until one cracks and does damage. So yes, we can "gawp" at them, which is harmless. With search engines they can find they are not alone, and rather than seek the help they need, their pathology is solidified and nourished. That makes them dangerous.
 

Grieves

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This thread just keeps getting more and more offensive.
Lets hear some more about these dangerous mentally ill. There's a stigma that definitely needs reinforcement with broad generalizations.

because the real problem is mental illness, but if we try to force help on those that are mentally ill, then it is some sort of a conspiracy/ mind control etc.
No, it's just morally reprehensible on several fundamental levels when not absolutely necessary, especially considering 'help' is an extremely relative term where mental illness is concerned.
 

Cairenn

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Trespassing. After several conflicts with police in NorCal he returned to Oregon making daily visits to Cascades Shopping Mall. He spent his days stopping customers and holding up store clerks from doing their job with stories about telportation and moon bases. He was warned many times before being told to never return to the property . Security was called once again after he scared a young girl in YoCream on Oct 17 and the head of security told him never come back. He returned on Oct 19 and was escorted off the property and seen by staff at a local e.r. Mr. Purfield not only has a history of mental problems dating back to his teenage years...he also has a history of harassment / stalking. Including a stay away he vioated in N.J. He lost parental rights to his only child and that daughter advertises "services" via the internet in the SF Bay area . This is not a poor guy just getting beat up on by the system.

So we should allow folks to harass and to stalk others? To violate others property rights? To interfere and to frighten shoppers including teenagers?

When would say that it is time to stop him? When he turns violent (most don't, but some do)? When he frightens your daughter or wife or mother?

I will agree that we must be careful with forcing folks into treatment, however, a history of years of anti social, frightening behavior should be enough for authorities to act.

We have come a long way in treating mental illness, the medicines today are more effective and have less negative side effects. Many folks are working, contributing members of society, due to these medications.
 

Melbury's Brick

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Hopefully Mr Purfield is an extreme case. It's worth noting, however, that I have seen sceptics, in Sandy Hook and 9/11 rhetoric, use the device...."Why don't you go and confront the families". Perhaps that's not such a good idea!
 

Jay Reynolds

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3:00 mins. The president and the military using teleportation. He contacts the Director of the Weapons Division at Los Alamos who tells him to fuck off (LOL). He then looks for the directors home phone number and finds it. He talks about emailing and calling a professor of physics, who never gets back to him, even though he's emailed 30 times. ("I talked to his wife" he says).

I guess it's good that people like this are broadcasting their illnesses to the world, but unfortunate that nothing can be done except to wait until they break the law.
This guy isn't making this stuff up on his own. He is acting on what he has been told many times by many people whom he trusts and believes.

He is being spoon fed this stuff by others like Alfred Webre, who concocted the Kucinich chemtrails Bill, George Noory, a nationally syndicated CT talk show host, and 'Laura Eisenhower' chemtrails advocate:
http://exopolitics.blogs.com/exopol...-confirm-barack-obama-traveled-to-mars-1.html

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2011/11/10

https://www.facebook.com/groups/RevealingMarsgate/

He is responding to the shills of the CT world who put these thoughts into his mind.
 

JRBids

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This thread just keeps getting more and more offensive.
Lets hear some more about these dangerous mentally ill. There's a stigma that definitely needs reinforcement with broad generalizations.


No, it's just morally reprehensible on several fundamental levels when not absolutely necessary, especially considering 'help' is an extremely relative term where mental illness is concerned.
Many dangerous people ARE mentally ill. How is that offensive? Not all are. I knew a family where the father was manic depressive, which is pretty common and not all that dangerous an illness. He was usually a very friendly, generous man, but he would also occasionally make snap judgements and have red faced temper tantrums. Was he dangerous? I can't say. When he took his medication he was ok but then his illness would convince him that he didn't need to take the medication and eventually there would be another tantrum, then back on the meds. Now here we have some examples of people who have some type of mental illness which makes them paranoid, they stalk people, they imagine maybe they are "targeted individuals", they meet scores of other on the internet who think they are also being "targeted", or also think it's strange that there are lines in the sky that they didn't notice as children, and maybe someone is poisoning us. And maybe there is one or two that go a step further. It is morally reprehensible to point that out? Look at Adam Lanza and the Aurora shooter, they were both mentally ill. A shame there was nothing to be done, and then it was too late.
 

Jay Reynolds

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Is there actually a conspiracy theory associated with this guy, or is this thread just a little jig being danced on his arrest warrant, given he's a conspiracy theorist..?
He is a victim of conspiracy theory induced paranoia. There are many thousands like him, being led around by the nose by hundreds of professional conspiracy shills who do that 24/7/365, with some making their daily bread doing it. The network is there, these shills exist, it cannot be denied. I could make a list quite easily but you could do the same, three examples came up to me with a 2 second google search.
 

JonJson

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Is there actually a conspiracy theory associated with this guy, or is this thread just a little jig being danced on his arrest warrant, given he's a conspiracy theorist..?
I had thought it might have fit better into the category debunking news.
 

Grieves

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He is a victim of conspiracy theory induced paranoia.
Bold diagnosis. How did you come to that conclusion?

There are many thousands like him, being led around by the nose by hundreds of professional conspiracy shills who do that 24/7/365, with some making their daily bread doing it.
And when many millions allow sociopaths to initiate decades of war in the name of their security, war with its foundations in lies and paranoia...? The mentally ill, and those who exploit them, are not limited to conspiracy theorists. There's many examples of 'truthers' enduring harassment, sometimes of an extreme sort, from those who's dispositions have more 'patriotic' leanings, and who's behaviors could be considered equally indicative of mental illness. That this man is in the state that he's in is highly unfortunate.. and that he's harassed others, albeit non-violently so far, shouldn't be tolerated. But to plaster his face and all his videos up, analyzing and defining his illness in ways you have no right to be doing, and making him your poster-boy for conspiracy theorists in general, is rather fucked up.

Now here we have some examples of people who have some type of mental illness which makes them paranoid, they stalk people, they imagine maybe they are "targeted individuals"
This is symptomatic of schizophrenia. Schizophrenics, though sometimes alarming in their behaviors, are typically non-violent.
Look at Adam Lanza and the Aurora shooter, they were both mentally ill. A shame there was nothing to be done, and then it was too late.
Many upon many millions of North Americans suffer or have suffered a mental illness of some description. Some of you are admittedly among them, as am I. To suggest this man, or the mentally ill in general have some sort of inherent inclination toward mass-murder is reprehensible, yes. Its the sort of fear-mongering that has people giving a young bearded man talking to himself on a cold, rainy day a wide berth and a wary glance instead of a couple of bucks/a cup of coffee. The 'mentally ill' aren't some insidious element in our society to be monitored, policed and medicated. They're people, many of whom you talk too every day, and all of whom deserve, if not your help, then at least a modicum of your respect. I'm not seeing that in this generally purposeless thread.
 

Grieves

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We have come a long way in treating mental illness, the medicines today are more effective and have less negative side effects. Many folks are working, contributing members of society, due to these medications.
But someone should have the right to choose their illness over those side-effects, shouldn't they? So long as they're cognitively capable of making the choice, and haven't committed any serious crime? We've talked about fluoride a lot, and I've mentioned that my main problem with it is the 'stepping-stone' it provides for other forms of forced medication. I asked if you thought it would be alright to put lithium in the water in order to treat bi-polarism and other mental illness in the community. I seem to recall you saying such an idea was ludicrous. I don't think either of us were aware at that time of this:

Here's a medical professional espousing the notion of trace Lithium in water to manage mental illness, 'just like fluoride/iodine'.
 

Cairenn

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You are ignoring the Fact that he had repeatably broke the law in order to continue harassing folks.

Just because ONE person suggests something, doesn't mean that others will agree.
 

Pete Tar

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But this thread is not purposeless in that it clearly demonstrates how a man's confrontational and anti-social behaviour is directly linked to conspiracy thinking. If he were able to evaluate his information more discerningly then it is unlikely he would feel the need to act like he did - the unexamined ideas escalated within him. Bunk causes bunk behaviour.
 

Grieves

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But this thread is not purposeless in that it clearly demonstrates how a man's confrontational and anti-social behaviour is directly linked to conspiracy thinking.
The purpose of this forum, and quite specifically this section of it, is to evaluate popular/unpopular conspiracy theories and debunk them. This thread serves absolutely no purpose in that regard, and is instead a sort of 'cautionary tale', critiquing and bringing judgement down upon the behaviors of a real person with a real mental illness.
If he were able to evaluate his information more discerningly then it is unlikely he would feel the need to act like he did - the unexamined ideas escalated within him. Bunk causes bunk behaviour.
How do you make this conclusion? Who are you to say how this mans mental illness might or might not have taken shape in the absence of the bunk you're referring too?

You are ignoring the Fact that he had repeatably broke the law in order to continue harassing folks.
I'm not ignoring that for a moment. The police would be well in their right preventing this man from approaching an individual who's filed a complaint against him for harassment, even to the extent of detaining him and beyond should it be necessary... or to approach him for behaving erratically in a privately owned business. I'm not talking about this one guy. I don't see why anyone else is, either. I think it's generally mean-spirited, and serves little purpose other than appealing to stigmas and stereotypes.
 

JRBids

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.Many upon many millions of North Americans suffer or have suffered a mental illness of some description. Some of you are admittedly among them, as am I. To suggest this man, or the mentally ill in general have some sort of inherent inclination toward mass-murder is reprehensible, yes. Its the sort of fear-mongering that has people giving a young bearded man talking to himself on a cold, rainy day a wide berth and a wary glance instead of a couple of bucks/a cup of coffee. The 'mentally ill' aren't some insidious element in our society to be monitored, policed and medicated. They're people, many of whom you talk too every day, and all of whom deserve, if not your help, then at least a modicum of your respect. I'm not seeing that in this generally purposeless thread.

You, me, and the other posters and our relatives who may have a mental illness of some description are not posting YouTube videos or making Facebook posts indicating we may be violent.
 

Pete Tar

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...I'm not talking about this one guy. I don't see why anyone else is, either. I think it's generally mean-spirited, and serves little purpose other than appealing to stigmas and stereotypes.
I don't quite get your objections - if it's that saying mental illness = dangerous person is wrong, then I agree.
If it's that saying conspiracy theorist = dangerous person is wrong, then I would also agree, though I also think it can act as a 'gateway drug' to more escalated behaviour.

It seems his behaviour was a direct result of the beliefs he held, coupled with an emotional/mental imbalance.

This is certainly not a conspiracy theory in itself, but it is related to the
Aurora/James Holmes false flag conspiracy, and as such is of some relevance.
 

Grieves

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You, me, and the other posters and our relatives who may have a mental illness of some description are not posting YouTube videos or making Facebook posts indicating we may be violent.
Precisely. So why is this one man's behaviors indicative of anything other than this one man's behaviors? Why is it of such significance that conspiracy theories are a prominent feature of the 'pathology' of this man's illness? If it were celebrity, or film, or fantasy, or anything else, would it be productive to examine and ridicule them and their words/acts? Does his immersion in conspiracy theories make this any less distasteful?

Please, be direct in explaining to me what this man's unfortunate story infers, or why it warrants this sort of attention. Lay out for me why this is more than mockery, and serves an actual purpose toward the discussions taking place on this forum, beyond that this man might embrace some of the topics brought up, and happens to be ill.
 

Oxymoron

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If ever there was proof that the conspiracy theorists are right... you 'paranoid debunkers' are it. Living proof. You should look at yourselves seriously.

'Oh what if someone does this or what if someone says that', ' according to you lot, just because you are on medication, everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'. Tanks on every corner and drones and riot police every few yards... but not to worry, you got loads of money to fund it all, those nice bankers will make sure there is enough for that.

What are you proposing next, castration for all males 'in case they rape someone'. You would all apparently love a world where everyone is drugged, chipped, surveilled and 'helped' by being dragged off the streets at the slightest infraction of 'normality'.

You claim to debunk to stop people from being frightened by bunk and then push for the very things that conspiracy theorists are saying is already happening.

Well you can edit away on the grounds of 'politeness' if you will but I find you people the very epitome of what conspiracy theorists are complaining about.

You may be allegedly 'frightened', (lol F4 jock, flying around dealing death is frightened by a facebook page), but your brave new world is what should be frightening the shit out of normal people and yes they should rise up against it if it comes to that.

Keep taking the pills.
 

Cairenn

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If ever there was proof that the conspiracy theorists are right... you 'paranoid debunkers' are it. Living proof. You should look at yourselves seriously.

'Oh what if someone does this or what if someone says that', ' according to you lot, just because you are on medication, everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'. Tanks on every corner and drones and riot police every few yards... but not to worry, you got loads of money to fund it all, those nice bankers will make sure there is enough for that.

What are you proposing next, castration for all males 'in case they rape someone'. You would all apparently love a world where everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'

I challenge you to show where any poster her advocated "everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'...everyone is drugged, chipped, surveilled and 'helped' by being dragged off the streets at the slightest infraction of 'normality'"

No ONE here said that, so WHY are you saying we did?

Do you really think that do one should be 'taken off the streets' until they KILL someone? This guy had violated the law and was showing no indication of stopping that.

Let's compare it to DUI driver. First arrest is normally probation and a hand slap, Re offend and your punishment will be worse. Do it the 3rd time and you will find you ass in jail. By your reasoning, we should just let him keep driving until he kills someone.
 

JRBids

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JrBids: You, me, and the other posters and our relatives who may have a mental illness of some description are not posting YouTube videos or making Facebook posts indicating we may be violent.
Precisely. So why is this one man's behaviors indicative of anything other than this one man's behaviors?
It isn't. It's indicative of his own behavior.

Why is it of such significance that conspiracy theories are a prominent feature of the 'pathology' of this man's illness?
Because, as Jay said, he didn't think what he says up himself.

If it were celebrity, or film, or fantasy, or anything else, would it be productive to examine and ridicule them and their words/acts?
I don't see anyone ridiculing either man.

Does his immersion in conspiracy theories make this any less distasteful?
His immersion in conspiracy theories makes the theories MORE distasteful.

Please, be direct in explaining to me what this man's unfortunate story infers,
It infers that conspiracy theories influence the behavior of people. And the ones who already have a mental illness may be more susceptible to the theories, and more prone to act on the paranoia the theories espouse.

or why it warrants this sort of attention. Lay out for me why this is more than mockery, and serves an actual purpose toward the discussions taking place on this forum, beyond that this man might embrace some of the topics brought up, and happens to be ill.

It's an example the type of people who sop up conspiracy theories.
 

JRBids

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If ever there was proof that the conspiracy theorists are right... you 'paranoid debunkers' are it. Living proof. You should look at yourselves seriously.

'Oh what if someone does this or what if someone says that', ' according to you lot, just because you are on medication, everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'. Tanks on every corner and drones and riot police every few yards... but not to worry, you got loads of money to fund it all, those nice bankers will make sure there is enough for that.

What are you proposing next, castration for all males 'in case they rape someone'. You would all apparently love a world where everyone is drugged, chipped, surveilled and 'helped' by being dragged off the streets at the slightest infraction of 'normality'.

You claim to debunk to stop people from being frightened by bunk and then push for the very things that conspiracy theorists are saying is already happening.

Well you can edit away on the grounds of 'politeness' if you will but I find you people the very epitome of what conspiracy theorists are complaining about.

You may be allegedly 'frightened', (lol F4 jock, flying around dealing death is frightened by a facebook page), but your brave new world is what should be frightening the shit out of normal people and yes they should rise up against it if it comes to that.

Keep taking the pills.
The blue ones or the red ones?
 

Mick West

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Precisely. So why is this one man's behaviors indicative of anything other than this one man's behaviors? Why is it of such significance that conspiracy theories are a prominent feature of the 'pathology' of this man's illness? If it were celebrity, or film, or fantasy, or anything else, would it be productive to examine and ridicule them and their words/acts? Does his immersion in conspiracy theories make this any less distasteful?

Please, be direct in explaining to me what this man's unfortunate story infers, or why it warrants this sort of attention. Lay out for me why this is more than mockery, and serves an actual purpose toward the discussions taking place on this forum, beyond that this man might embrace some of the topics brought up, and happens to be ill.
Because it raises questions on the effects of conspiracy theories on the mentally ill. Did the conspiracy theories cause him to harass people? Could anything have been done about it?
 

Grieves

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It infers that conspiracy theories influence the behavior of people.
When that Norwegian piece of shit who murdered the 70+ kids said World of Warcraft was his training vehicle, which allowed him assume the necessary mindset, did anyone in their right minds blame the game? Of course conspiracy theories can influence people. Advertisements can influence people. A sunny day or a pissy one can influence people. We're bombarded with influences every single waking moment of our lives for the most part.

And the ones who already have a mental illness may be more susceptible to the theories, and more prone to act on the paranoia the theories espouse.
Any idea can be more or less dangerous in the hands of one person or another. Take Christ for example. In some circles, he's the man in who's name hot meals are gifted to the poor. In others, he's the man in who's name bombs are dropped on cities brimming with innocents. This man didn't hurt anybody. He did some crazy things, scared a few people, and that's enough to warrant the law's intervention. You're talking like this poor guy is some sort of brain-washed stooge of evil conspiracy shills, driven to his crime by their insidious lies... as opposed to a man with a serious illness who used conspiracy theories to structure his symptoms. Yes, he believed a lot of nonsense, and maybe even paid into the purveyors of that nonsense, and yes, that makes the purveyors of that nonsense less than respectable people... but ideas are just ideas, and I'm pretty sure it's constitutionally protected in your country that one can have them without being considered responsible for what others do with them.

It's an example the type of people who sop up conspiracy theories.
The root of it. "He's crazy. He's a CT'er. Thus, CT'ers are more likely to be crazy folk. And crazy folk are crazy." That's been the whole object of this thread, with a bit of tap-dancing around it. At least you came right out and said it.

Because it raises questions on the effects of conspiracy theories on the mentally ill. Did the conspiracy theories cause him to harass people? Could anything have been done about it?
and now we get to the really good stuff. Conspiracy theories might have an insidious influence on the mentally ill. What can we do about it...? I'm curious after any suggestions.
 
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If ever there was proof that the conspiracy theorists are right... you 'paranoid debunkers' are it. Living proof. You should look at yourselves seriously.

'Oh what if someone does this or what if someone says that', ' according to you lot, just because you are on medication, everyone must be force medicated in the water, supervised, inquisitioned, inspected and taken out of circulation 'in case they do something'. Tanks on every corner and drones and riot police every few yards... but not to worry, you got loads of money to fund it all, those nice bankers will make sure there is enough for that.

What are you proposing next, castration for all males 'in case they rape someone'. You would all apparently love a world where everyone is drugged, chipped, surveilled and 'helped' by being dragged off the streets at the slightest infraction of 'normality'.

You claim to debunk to stop people from being frightened by bunk and then push for the very things that conspiracy theorists are saying is already happening.

Well you can edit away on the grounds of 'politeness' if you will but I find you people the very epitome of what conspiracy theorists are complaining about.

You may be allegedly 'frightened', (lol F4 jock, flying around dealing death is frightened by a facebook page), but your brave new world is what should be frightening the shit out of normal people and yes they should rise up against it if it comes to that.

Keep taking the pills.
Could you rephrase this, but without the blatant strawmen everywhere? I've found that arguments tend to be stronger when they're based on reality rather than fallacies.
 
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Mick West Dylan Avery - Director of the 9/11 Conspiracy Film "Loose Change" Escaping The Rabbit Hole 2
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Mick West 2016 Berlin Truck Attack Conspiracy Theories Current Events 13
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