(Original post by German Jaime)
What is the point on focussing on one or too my friend? They are all connected and I am not a conspiracy freak that you think. It is up to people to research on whichever subjects listed in my last post; things should be made as simple as possible but not simpler. Good that you made those points about Public enemy and co i was trying to use a very simple example.
Krs one looks quite dodgy to me perhaps someone need to convince me.
maybe TSR is a better place, the comments on here just infuriates me; surely i cant be a teacher.
Never make the mistake of thinking ALL conspiracies are connected. That leads you down to becoming a conspir junkie, so just be aware of that.
I don't think you are a "conspiracy freak" but I do think that you need to kind of...step back a bit and try and build up on this stuff in small steps. Try not to go mad on all of them at once and make sure you start at the bottom and then work your way to the top, making sure evidence and certifiable accounts back up what you've figured out.
Don't be quick to trust conspiracy sites as the point of them is to spread the message and knowledge of the conspiracy-- not really to confirm them or verify them properly.
Chuck D is pretty up on this stuff but his former group member and friend, Professor Griff, is even more up on this stuff, check him out if you want? KRS-One is a decent guy on this stuff, too. He's done off-the-beat interviews with guys like Alex Jones and all that on this stuff and he's done his own research too. You'll find that guys from the political rap/classic hip-hop era are more on the ball about this stuff than any of the new ones-- it just goes with them getting older and wiser, you know?
TSR is a decent place for all this stuff; you have to remember that there is wide variety of people on here and that not all of them will agree with you or will they be open-minded to different viewpoints and angles on the world. Many on here will possibly hear what you have to say but many, many more won't give a whatsit. It's like being a herald, sometimes: you gotta get your voice loud and proud over all others.
You can be a teacher of this stuff, if you want, just remember to explain and not just point people in a direction to do `research`. If you want people to do `research`, then you need to describe what they're looking for and explain terms and theories to them briefly as well as put it in a format that they can understand and that they can identify with. For most, though, you need to present this information to them-- not everyone has the initiative to search on their own. And hey, if you don't think you're up to it, then just let me and others who know how to do it naturally just do it-- no pressure, then.