Benjamin is wrong about the war in GAZA and a guide for defeating good debaters

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Maybe.

But that is also conspiracy theory.

And how does this tie in with RM's compulsive support for Gaza?
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But that is also conspiracy theory
It's not actually.

And how does this tie in with RM's compulsive support for Gaza?
I dont think I mentioned it but he actually formulates his opinion by looking at what sensible right wing people think and then just deciding to randomly do the opposite. For example sensible right-wing people support free speech so of course RM opposes it.
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So explain how you know that it's not actually theory of a conspiracy.

Which isn't to suggest that at a base level certain Iranians do not relate to, sympathise with and support Palestinians.


And for sure, manipulators easily manipulate those of a certain disposition.

Though I would suggest that this phenomenon doesn't all fall into just one camp, and result in one ideological outcome.


Nonetheless, would you say that ultimately, human behaviour is somewhat more or less random?

Or a part of a greater evolutionary strategy?

Or both maybe?