In the 1970s, the illuminati had a problem with a lot of information coming out about things they had been trying
to keep secret - things like JFK's assassination, the existence of alien contact at Roswell, the Catholic Church's war against the descendants of Jesus Christ.
The illuminati couldn't threaten to kill everyone who was talking about these verbotten subjects so they started to
spread the idea of "Conspiracy Theories". They started to pay people to write about these issues but to tell bizarre stories
about them and then they labelled these poorly done investigations "CONSPIRACY THEORIES."
Conspiracy theory is a term that originally was a neutral descriptor for any claim of civil, criminal or political conspiracy.
However, it has come almost exclusively to refer to any fringe theory which explains a historical or current event as the
result of a secret plot by conspirators.
By labelling something like JFK's assassination a CONSPIRACY THEORY it shuts down the whole conversation and makes
it seem like the "Conpiracy theory" is just an insane, poorly researched, paranoid rant. It's pretty clear to anyone who looks at the
evidence that the official story of JFK's death is bullshit. The true story is complicated but does involve an illuminati conspiracy to
get rid of him (masterminded by the Japanese).
The illuminati CIA actually first started using conspiracy theory against the people who trying to expose the illuminati conspiracy
around murdering JFK. The CIA used it as a specific tactic to discredit people who were trying to investigate further into
Kennedy's assassination. The illuminati wanted to shut down the gossip that the Mob or the Catholics killed JFK (really it was the
The entire point of creating the term "conspiracy theory" for the illuminati was to shut down conversations about subjects
they didn't want to talk about. They control the "alt news" just as much as they control the AP Press and Reuters - both of which
the Rothschilds have personally owned for over 100 years.
The illuminati is a CONSPIRACY. The illuminati is a giant conspiracy of people who are creating an illuminati NWO that will benefit only themselves.
Banning conspiracy theories amounts to banning theories about the illuminati. Making conspiracy theories seem paranoid and wildy crazy, only
serves to protect the illuminati.
When did it become “stupid” to investigate? When did we all decide it was crazy to question the official story
when the facts didn’t make sense?
My father used to tell me that Conspiracy Theories were fake because no one can keep a secret that long, but now knowing what I know about
the illuminati I think that was a stupid answer. People keep secrets really well, especially if they die when they tell them.
And now I realize my father is illuminati anyway, he was trying to psychologically bias me against "conspiracy theories."
The reality is that the more you see Conspiracy Theory attached to an issue, the more it proves there is a conspiracy.
The people talking about the conspiracy may be full of shit, they may be paid by the illuminati to mislead people or discredit the issue, but
the fact that there is so much smoke indicates fire. Conspiracy theories are like smoke, they indicate a real fire, a real conspiracy.
And the illuminati is at the
bottom of all the conspiracies.
In order to find out what the problem with conspiracy theories is, I decided to look up the definition of conspiracy.
The definition below is from dictionary.com.
the act of conspiring.
an evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot.
a combination of persons for a secret, unlawful, or evil purpose: He joined the conspiracy to overthrow the government.
Law. An agreement by two or more persons to commit a crime, fraud, or other wrongful act.
That seems pretty straight forward right? A conspiracy is simply a secret plan to do something illegal or bad. If we can agree on that, I want to also look up the definition of conspiracy theory because it is very different at least according to dictionary.com.
A theory that explains an event as being the result of a plot by a covert group or organization; a belief that a particular unexplained event was caused by such a group.
The idea that many important political events or economic and social trends are the products of secret plots that are largely unknown to the general public.
So the not so subtle difference here between conspiracy and conspiracy theory should only be the theory part, correct? The word conspiracy should stay the same and that is an act committed in secrecy and usually that secretive act is illegal or evil. There aren’t too many secretive acts of loving kindness that we get all upset about.
To me, you add theory in there and that should only clarify that there is a belief or hypothetical scenario that someone conspired to keep something illegal a secret. According to dictionary.com however, the addition of theory seems to discount there was ever a conspiracy in the first place and starts moving to “political events”, “economic and social trends” and my personal favorite “secret plots”. The implication to me is that none of these things can be influenced in secret by bad people to do bad things.
The term Conspiracy Theory is used commonly now to imply that detractor’s opinions and in some cases even compelling evidence to the official story they have zero basis in fact. Just the simple act of having a different opinion on what possibly might have happened could be all the cause that some people need to discount you and think you are an idiot. Take Benghazi and the recent news of a House Committee being formed to investigate what happened to 4 Americans in 2012. The White House has said that anyone who believes anything other than their story of that night in September is engaging in Conspiracy Theory. To me, this is the same as saying if you don’t believe what I am telling you, you are a kook. What happened to “Question Everything”? What happened to critical thinking? Why are we stupid if we don’t believe everything we are told?
At least that is how I take it. Let’s take just a few of the big ones. How about the assassination of JFK? If you think for a second that there is something odd with details around this historic event and how it was carried out solely by Lee Harvey Oswald, you are a conspiracy theorist. By calling you a conspiracy theorist, the person talking about you is trying to say that you are completely wrong and may have a mental deficiency or that you are trying to infer something secretive and illegal was planned.
Another juicy one is Building 7 of the World Trade Center. If you wonder how a building that wasn’t even hit by a plane came down on the same day in the same exact fashion as two buildings that were, you aren’t being inquisitive. You are a nut-job that needs to shut-up. Never mind the fact that fire, the stated reason for the building’s collapse doesn’t seem to make any other steel buildings collapse like a pancake in a few hours, you aren’t supposed to ask any questions about that. What is wrong with asking questions and why does the simple act of asking questions elicit such a knee-jerk response from some people. Rather than intelligently debate and discuss, the insults come out and the conversation has to shut down. Nothing to see here, move along weirdo!
So, those two were probably more inflammatory than other things that fall into the realm of Conspiracy Theory. According to the Journal of American Medical Association though if you believe even proven facts you are a Conspiracy Theorist, which you know means you are an idiot.
Just this year, JAMA conducted a study and found that 50% of people are conspiracy theorists. For example, one question on the survey was whether or not you believe the following: “Health officials know that cell phones cause cancer but are doing nothing to stop it because large corporations won’t let them.” This question has several parts though. Do you believe that cell phones cause cancer? Do you believe that if they do, health officials know about it? If they know about it do you think they are doing nothing? If they are doing nothing, why? Does the combination of all these questions or your belief that together they make a conspiracy change any of the individual facts? Why is this a conspiracy when studies have shown a link between cell phones and cancer?
Another question was do you believe that “Doctors and the government still want to vaccinate children even though they know these vaccines cause autism and other psychological disorders”. Again, if you believe this is true you are a Conspiracy Theorist even though the CDC’s own website states that vaccines like DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, and acellular Pertussis) have as a potential side effect “Permanent Brain Damage”. Brain damage is a pretty substantial psychological disorder isn’t it? The CDC is our government by the way and you can clearly read on the inserts with the vaccine what the potential side effects are.
I could go on and on and I bet there are people out there who will refute anything I say with evidence they pose to the contrary and that is perfectly fine. We should debate things like what is causing cancer, why our Ambassador and Navy Seals were killed? We should ask questions about our President being assassinated. What is wrong with asking questions? We are still asking questions to this day about the pyramids. We still investigate the cosmos, other planets and the human gene. Why is it not OK to stop asking questions when it comes to science but in other realms of life continuing to explore, to dig further or not accept the consensus is a sign of a mental issue?
If you are one of those people who are quick to think any alternate explanation to any event is crazy I would just ask you to stop and consider that maybe you don’t have all the facts either. Maybe what you are being told isn’t the truth. Maybe people lie when they don’t want to get in trouble and yes, maybe there are things that people are trying to keep secret. Being curious about a subject isn’t crazy, blindly believing anything you are told without question sure comes close though.