Fallacious thinking and paranoid ramblings are examples of the kinds of behavior "Conspiracy Theorist" role-players seem to try to propagate.
These minds ignore logical discourse and are not actually interested in honest discussion and clear communication, whether they know it or not. The "Conspiracy Theorist" role requires one have an inflated egotistical view of one's own ideas and accomplishments and that one must truly believe that they are some kind of threat to the system. One must identify as their own conspiracy theories, One must cling to these ideas like medieval religious plantation bound peasants are supposed to have clung to their dogmatic catechisms they were indoctrinated into having faith in.
"The sinister attribution error: Paranoid cognition and collective distrust in groups and organizations"
"Recent social psychological research on paranoid cognition has shown that when individuals are self-conscious or feel under evaluative scrutiny, they tend to overestimate the extent to which they are the target of others’ attention. As a result, they make overly personalistic attributions about others’ behavior. These personalistic attributions, in turn, foster a pattern of heightened distrust and suspicion regarding others’ motives and intentions. Drawing on this research, the present work investigates antecedents and consequences of paranoid cognition in groups and organizations. Results of two studies are presented. Study 1 investigates how tenure in a group or organization affects individuals’ self-consciousness and susceptibility to paranoid cognition. Study 2 replicates and extends the results of the first study using a new laboratory analog for studying paranoid cognition in small groups. Implications of the findings are discussed in terms of their contribution to theory regarding the origins and dynamics of collective distrust and suspicion."