Here's a film called "The Theorist" that was made for the "Operation Paul Revere" film contest (infowars.com).
If you have been reading this blog for long you probably know I am not much of a conspiracy theorist, and this is probably the very first time you have ever seen me mention anything connected with Alex Jones- anywhere. The guy just isn't to my taste. However, even a blind pig finds a nut sometimes, so I don't automatically write anyone off.
So I watched the film.
I am SO not the guy in the film. I am not nearly as tweaked. I don't imagine my lone voice will change the world- not sure I'd want that responsibility if I thought it could. My life doesn't revolve around my blog and writings- except when I have nothing else to do (which, I admit, is more often than I'd like). My lack of a "real job" is due more to my parenting responsibilities than to anything else- and I don't fight about it. Or much of anything (you do NOT want to really get me mad, though).
Still, the film is interesting and made me think. I agree with some of the points brought up in this fictional account of the life of this one very vocal conspiracy theorist. I'd rather not end up like him, but I don't think the risk of that happening would be enough to make me shut up. I'm just too stubborn.
So, give it a watch and see what you think.