The man admits when he's wrong, I'll give him that
If there’s a con then where’s the financial benefit of this con? I asked a flat earthed that a work and he didn’t have an answer.
@Spider4x, agreed, always thought what is the advantage?
@fitizen, I believe it’s less of a con (like scientology) and more of a collective of self perpetuating idiocy, and I mean that in the nicest way possible. Flat earthers don’t want to believe the earth is flat, they want to believe that the government is lying about the earth being round. The world we live in is super complicated and scary; it’s more comfortable to believe that all the world’s problems are caused by one thing that can be “defeated” rather than a variety of circumstances that cannot be helped. Conspiracy theorists seek simple answers for complicated problems. Tbh I can kind of relate to that. They’re still complete dipsticks, though.
@dandyhandy, yea 100% respect to your knowledge
@Spider4x, the other type of con man. A confidence man. Basically the guy who acts so confident you just naturally believe them. They are very persuasive.
Who is this guy so I can give him support?
@Desiderata, SeekTruth SpeakTruth on YouTube
@Nekozombie, thanks! I subscribed to his channel.
Plot-twist: the videos are in reverse order
Notice as he starts to look older then get's younger after acceptance.