Conspiracy theorists believe that there is a secret plan to implement a totalitarian surveillance state. They also believe that there is a secret plan to force people into concentration camps. (Although, they refer to those concentration camps as “FEMA camps” since they think that FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, runs them.) Conspiracy theorists talk about these things over and over again. You can see that within the manuresphere or outside of it. Conspiracy theorists would have you believe that they are against a totalitarian surveillance state and concentration camps. To show just how much he was against the latter, Alex Jones once attacked Michelle Malkin for defending the internment of Japanese-Americans.
Yet, conspiracy theorists want a totalitarian surveillance state and concentration camps. This became clear when Donald Trump went on the Alex Jones show and spoke about the “need” for state surveillance.
After Jones assured Trump that his memory was correct and that there were “thousands and thousands” of Muslims celebrating in the streets of New Jersey on 9/11, the front-runner explained why this fact was so important. Trump said that we know many of “these people” are “evil” and “we need proper surveillance, whether it’s a mosque or anywhere else. Because we’re not going to have a country anymore.”
Trump said that not only do we need surveillance on Mosques, but pretty much everywhere. Since Alex Jones has been a vocal opponent of the state engaging in surveillance in the past (although he has been more of an opponent of his fantasies about state surveillance than actual reality), one would expect him to strongly disagree with Trump and call him a fascist. That did not happen, and Alex Jones still supports Trump. Similarly, we have not seen any reaction from the manuresphere, and they are still sucking Trump’s dick.
In fact, there are plenty of examples of conspiracy theorists supporting what Trump wanted to do not opposing it.
Conspiracy theorists are fine with the surveillance state and concentration/FEMA camps provided their man is in charge of it. Psychological research has shown that conspiracy theorists believe in conspiracy theories because they want to do what the conspiracy theories say. They want a surveillance state and concentration camps. Their “opposition” to them is only because they believe that their enemies were in charge of those things. It is a massive case of projection on the part of conspiracy theorists to believe that their enemies are even interested in a surveillance state and concentration camps.
This also answers the question of why conspiracy theorists never do anything to stop the alleged conspiracies they believe in. While it is still true that conspiracy theorists don’t do anything because conspiracy theory is a scam and conspiracy theorists are incapable of accomplishing anything, there is a darker reason why conspiracy theorists do nothing to stop the alleged conspirators. It is because they want everything they accuse their alleged enemies of doing. They want the surveillance state and the concentration camps. However, conspiracy theorists don’t want to stop them because they want to take them over when their alleged enemies are finished building them. Since there is no secret plan for FEMA camps or anything else in conspiracy theory, conspiracy theorists will be the ultimate layabouts forever.
Who do conspiracy theorists want to put in their concentration camps? Clearly, the answer is non-mangina men. We know this because Alex Jones said that men aren’t the “full species of humanity” but that women are. He also said that men were meant to die for women. In other words, men are only half human (which is the same as saying not human) according to Alex Jones. It is clear from his words that Alex Jones (along with other conspiracy theorists) would have no problem putting men in concentration camps. That means that conspiracy theorists want to put you and me in concentration camps since we refuse to die for women.