How to respond with facts if some dickhead brands you a “conspiracy theorist”

“Thank you. Please read my comment again. The connotative or weaponised definition of the term “conspiracy theorist” first originated during Watergate and was applied quite wrongly to two Washington Post journalists – Woodward and Bernstein – by Richard Nixon’s secret services goons. These two journalists were actually the proven architects of Nixon’s downfall, history would suggest.

So it does surprise me that you’re employing this mean-spirited, indolent, inapt, Nixonian defence to back yourself up and to criticise far, far more intelligent people such as me, and all those who prefer to question authority sooner than be bullied, gaslit and placed at the mercy of it.

Good day to you, Sir / Madam…”

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Campaigner for open government. Wants senior public servants to be honest and courageous. It IS possible!
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