Stupidity doesn’t explain everything. And, in our culture, it seems like too many sensible people deny evidence that points to malice in favor of the stupidity explanation.
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“Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity”–Hanlon’s razor
I try to look at things in a charitable light and not assign motives. That said, eventually when evidence stacks up high enough, it’s time to admit that what may appear accidental wasn’t. And, to not allow people to simply ask questions, but insist that they’re conspiracy theorists if they do, is wrong. That’s why today we’re going to take a look at real conspiracies that are known world-wide as well as weird occurrences that you aren’t allowed to attribute malice to- or even ask about.
A few examples of verified conspiracies:
- The 9/11 Attacks
- Lincoln assassination
- Crucifixion of Jesus
Now, there are often events that are attributed to stupidity before even being evaluated:
- The Mandalay Bay shooting
- Explosion in Beirut
- The Epstein and Ghislane connections
- The new controversy over a Trolls doll
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