Another Conspiracy Theorist Murderer

I have shown that game and conspiracy theory creates Sodiniesque shooting sprees not virginity.  Here is another example of a conspiracy theorist going on a shooting spree.  In this case a conspiracy theorist murdered three police officers.  I quote from the article.

Richard Andrew Poplawski was a young man convinced the nation was secretly controlled by a cabal that would eradicate freedom of speech, take away his guns and use the military to enslave the citizenry.

He subscribed to conspiracy theories

No longer obscure, the 22-year-old is charged in the worst police shooting in the modern history of Pittsburgh.

he appeared to share a belief that the government was controlled from unseen forces, that troops were being shipped home from the Mideast to police the citizenry here, and that Jews secretly ran the country.

Believing most media were covering up important events, Mr. Poplawski turned to a far-right conspiracy Web site run by Alex Jones, a self-described documentarian with roots going back to the extremist militia movement of the early 1990s.

“For some time now there has been a pretty good connection between being sucked into this conspiracy world and propagating violence,” said Heidi Beirich, director of research at the Southern Poverty Law Center and an expert on political extremists. She called Mr. Poplawski’s act, “a classic example of what happens when you start buying all this conspiracy stuff.”

And before you start thinking this guy had any trouble getting women the article covers that as well.  The conspiracy theorist had at least one girlfriend that he had problems with at least problems sufficient enough for there to be police records about it.

This is just another example of how the morons who say that I’m the next Sodini are wrong.


9 thoughts on “Another Conspiracy Theorist Murderer

  1. While, I agree with you that the people saying you are the next Sodini are wrong. I don’t think saying conspiracy theorists are murderers necessarily proves/disproves that sexually deprived individuals are murderers. In my opinion I think insane people are murderers and whether they are conspiracy theorists or sexually deprived individuals shouldn’t matter.

  2. Amen. Neither are most conspiracy theorists murderers either. There are people who are murderous and there are people who are not. People are/become murderous for various reasons. The only common trait would be a high degree of sociopathy and selfishness.

    And of course Random was right that even proving the nexus between mass shooting and conspiracy theory does nothing to even affect the (if any) causal relationship between being single/lonely and mass shooting. My personal take is that neither leads, on their own, to mass shooting.

  3. You do realize that by questioning “the Patriarchy” and all the rest of feminism’s lies, you yourself are a conspiracy theorist? After all, the feminist propaganda is officially accepted as the truth by the media, academia, and the government.

    Also, the government’s story of what happened on 9/11 is *literally* a conspiracy theory. Those who question it just believe in a different conspiracy.

    To be called a conspiracy theorist in today’s world either means you really are fucking crazy, or you’re on the right track and brave enough to stand up to the abuse that gets you. Just like being called a “misogynist”.

    Game and conspiracy theory have zero correlation, by the way. It’s baffling why you wish to connect them.

    • Conspiracy theorist has a definition and it’s not “person who disagrees with the government”. Many governments throughout history have promoted conspiracy theories. The more totalitarian the government the more likely said government will promote conspiracy theory. The two greatest conspiracy theorist governments in history were Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.

      On this blog we write in common American English so I don’t accept rhetorical tricks like the “official 9/11 conspiracy theory”.

      Game and conspiracy theory are both religions without any of the positive aspects of religion.

      • “Many governments throughout history have promoted conspiracy theories. The more totalitarian the government the more likely said government will promote conspiracy theory.”

        “On this blog we write in common American English so I don’t accept rhetorical tricks like the “official 9/11 conspiracy theory”.”

        Wow. I’m speechless.

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  5. I’m a conspiracy theorist W&N.

    You probably have all sorts of pre-conceived notions about us. Mostly conspiracy theorism is about libertarianism and resisting encroaching globalization and the coming police state, of which feminist policy is a part of.

    I use to be a die hard republican. I was in ROTC and wanted to join the military. Then I went to Alex Jones’ site and had my eyes opened. And no, contrary to what most mainstream sheep think, almost all of his material is material from mainstream news articles buried by CNN, MSNBC and FOX.

    Waking up (as it’s called) and realizing that most of the history, politics and religious/moral beliefs you have been taught is extremely painful mentally. You have to reexamine everything. I was in a deep depression for over a year but I’m a better man for it.

    I didn’t join the army, I eat healthy food, filter my water, and do the exact opposite the government tells me to. As long as I can get away with it I break the law.

    Are the actions of this young man condemnable? Yes. Killing three cops is unjustified. But let’s face it. Our government is out of control, we have millions of laws. You are committing a misdemeanor at all times. We have close to 1% of our population in jail, mostly for smoking pot, a harmless “drug”, but we’re fine with drinking alcohol until we puke.

    We have a ponzi scheme called social security that my generation is suppose to pay for but that we will never see a penny of. The rest of our tax dollars go to blowing up brown people in far away countries we have no business being in. And no matter how much we demand change more of the same keeps happening.

    Some, like me, stop giving a shit and develop an extraction plan. Others lose all hope and take a violent and direct approach to the problem. It happens.

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