Are Holocaust Deniers Prone to Other Conspiracy Theories?

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Are Holocaust Deniers Prone to Other Conspiracy Theories?

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I'm not sure if this belongs in this part of the forum so I'm just going to post this here.

Are Holocaust deniers prone to other types of conspiracy theories? I have in mind 9-11, the moon landing is a fake, the assassination of JFK, etc.? I am curious, I've spent a little time going to different sites, blogs and forums that espouse Holocaust denial. I noticed that many of them also believe in other conspiracy theories.

Is this a common attitude?


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I say yes. I’ve met all sorts of deniers all over the place. Many of them do believe in what you posted. I’ve seen far more extremes. I’ve seen nuke deniers, flat earthers, you name it. I looked into 9-11 conspiracy theories because a denier pointed me in that direction.

Keep in mind that they may cross pollinate they don’t all believe in the same thing. Not all 9-11 CT’ers are deniers or vice versa. I know a fellow on Facebook who is a denier but mocks other CT’ers as whackadoodles.

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Jeffk1970 wrote:
Sat Feb 08, 2020 7:43 pm
I say yes. I’ve met all sorts of deniers all over the place. Many of them do believe in what you posted. I’ve seen far more extremes. I’ve seen nuke deniers, flat earthers, you name it. I looked into 9-11 conspiracy theories because a denier pointed me in that direction.

Keep in mind that they may cross pollinate they don’t all believe in the same thing. Not all 9-11 CT’ers are deniers or vice versa. I know a fellow on Facebook who is a denier but mocks other CT’ers as whackadoodles.
Thanks, that's helpful. I'll be interested in seeing what the others say.

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In any case I'll check back in later, I have some things to do around the house.

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Oh, before I go, I really would like perspective from both deniers and non-deniers.

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9/11 was an inside job? Absolutely.

Moon landing hoax? No.

JFK assassination by the Freemasons? Yes.

Many conspiracy theories are conspiracy facts!

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The Godfather wrote:
Many conspiracy theories are conspiracy facts!
StephenP and Jeff are simply trying to conflate holyhoax revision with the nuttier conspiracy theories floating around.

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TheGodfather wrote:
Sat Feb 08, 2020 8:43 pm

9/11 was an inside job? Absolutely.

JFK assassination by the Freemasons? Yes.
Interesting. I took out some of your comment as unnecessary going forward.

What sort of information exists that convinced you that these events were not as history records them to be?

What other events (besides these and the Holocaust) do you think are conspiracy facts?

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Turnagain wrote:
Sat Feb 08, 2020 8:58 pm
The Godfather wrote:
Many conspiracy theories are conspiracy facts!
StephenP and Jeff are simply trying to conflate holyhoax revision with the nuttier conspiracy theories floating around.
Not at all. I find it interesting to learn about such things, it's a different viewpoint than what I am used to. If you do not wish to participate then feel free to exit the thread.

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StephenP wrote:
Not at all. I find it interesting to learn about such things, it's a different viewpoint than what I am used to.
If that's the case, which conspiracy theories do you equate with holyhoax revisionism?

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