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Psychology Today Hit Piece Labels Conspiracy Thinking A Psychotic Illness

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  • Paul Joseph Watson
    Psychology Today Hit Piece Labels Conspiracy Thinking A Psychotic Illness Psychologist Gartner fulfils the very criteria he levels at conspiracy theorists to
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      Psychology Today Hit Piece Labels Conspiracy Thinking A Psychotic Illness
      Psychologist Gartner fulfils the very criteria he levels at "conspiracy theorists" to claim their concerns are a product of mental instability
       
      Paul Joseph Watson
      Prison Planet.com
      Wednesday, September 2, 2009
       
      In an article entitled Dark Minds: When does incredulity become paranoia, Psychology Today writer John Gartner attempts to make the case that the concerns of “conspiracy theorists” are not based in reality but are a product of mental instability, while himself fulfilling every criteria for what he claims classifies such people as psychotics – ignoring evidence that contradicts his preconceptions while embracing the ludicrous “conspiracy theory” that powerful men and governments do not conspire to advance their power.
       
       
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