Three Bizarre Ideas That Leave Most Scratching Their Heads And Dumbfounded

Have you ever heard something so obscene, so insane, or so dumbfounding that it caused you to think humanity deserves to go down in flames? There are those people that have ideas and beliefs that make me question why there hasn’t been a second great flood.

Jason Morton

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Questioning things is just human nature. We question all that we don’t understand, that we’re curious about, and that is remotely mysterious. Questions are the hallmark of emerging societies, governments, and cultures. Someday, it’ll be our questions that get us further into the stars, and one day, past the moon.

There are those questions that dumfound some, and rightfully so. How could they not leave us scratching our heads and wondering, “what’s that guys’ defect or, are they nuts?” That’s because some questions don’t make sense, and I’m one to question everything. We’re going to look at some of those questions.

Nick Fuentes

People can deny anything, at least that’s the assertion that exists. How, in 2022, can people deny the holocaust of WW2? With the thousands of images, historical reports, mass burial sights, and the still-standing historical landmarks of the internment camps, there's more than ample evidence to believe the holocaust was real. Donald Trump stated after a recent dinner at Mar A Lago that he didn’t know who this guy was or what he was about. Neither did I, and I doubt we’d get along very well.

Revisionist history is a scary proposition. It’s the kind of history that conveniently overlooks facts that don’t paint some types in a good light. It also brings up another very good point. If we successfully change history on paper and aren’t teaching the truth about what happened, both the good and the bad, then aren’t we failing to any longer learn from that history?

“Those who cannot remember history are condemned to repeat it.”

— George Santayana

By revising history, those people that are writing the books, are dooming us to repeat the old acts. That makes sense because looking at…

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Jason Morton

I wore a badge and learned about people, both the good and the bad. I saw every problem imaginable, from cultural to psychological. I learned a lot in that time