From The Ministry Of Truth

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This afternoon.

Big Auntie deals with the dangerously feeble-minded and their much-lauded ‘critical thinking’ in traditional fashion. She has a special room for them.

My advice? If you have a relative or friend dabbling in fanciful speculation, especially around the ‘rona, try this: cut them out of your life completely and alert the authorities.

Ignorance is strength!

30 thoughts on “From The Ministry Of Truth

  1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    I remember the conspiracy theory about North Korean subs kidnapping Japanese people from beaches, then taking them back to North Korea. Oh wait, it turns out it was true.

    1. dav

      when was that ever considered to be a “conspiracy theory”?
      Is that the game now, assign the phase “conspiracy theory” to any thing that’s has been proved correct?
      effing loon-bags

      1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

        I am old enough to remember when it was reported as a conspiracy theory.

        Wikipedia has this:
        For a long time, these abductions were denied by North Korea and its sympathizers (including Chongryon and the Japan Socialist Party) and were often considered a conspiracy theory. Despite pressure from Japanese parent groups, the Japanese government took no action.

        1. Rob_G

          Any contemporary media reports from western medis?

          To my knowledge, these kidnappings were not widely reported upon, as conspiracy theories or otherwise.

          There are plenty of conspiracy theories that turned out to be true (Iran-Contra, MK Ultra) – I think the event you mentioned was not the best example for this part of the world

          1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

            LOL – sorry it didn’t meet your standards. I said I remember it being a conspiracy theory. That is why I mentioned it. The truth can be labelled as a conspiracy theory, too. You may want to look up ‘fake news’.

      1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

        I never said they were all true. The vast majority are not. This one turned out to be true.

        1. Tony

          ‘The vast majority are not’
          Yeah right. That’s what THEY want you to think. Keep drinking that Kool Aid man…

    1. Commenter #1

      Hang on. Yesterday the BBC medical correspondent’s tweets on mask efficacy were being held up as evidence of the coronavirus hoax. And now the BBC is the “Ministry of Truth”? Confusing!

  2. Daisy Chainsaw

    If you have a relative or friend dabbling in fanciful speculation, especially around the ‘rona, try this: cut them out of your life completely and alert the authorities.

    But a “Stable Genius” bringing down a paedophile ring based out of a pizzeria makes perfect, logical sense, eh?

          1. Commenter #1

            lol Bodger’s getting cranky. the old detached, cynical facade is starting to slip.

      1. Username already in use

        Triggered as per usual.

        Conspiracies are bad apart from the evidence free ones linking bad orange man to Russia.

        1. Nigel

          Did you mobilise against that furniture website that was full of trafficked children last week? Must have been very exciting!

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