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Thus the "Them" always capitalise it — always , reinforces the special nature of the information that the conspiracy theory purports to reveal. The knowledge suppression aspect for example, free energy suppression plays nicely into our thinking about the abhorrence of censorship and the want to do something good in the world.
Meanwhile, the "Them" aspect plays nicely into the distrust and hatred people hold for corporations , governments or any organisation that exists in the abstract rather than personal. It's easy to demonise an institution, a person less so.
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