19 to “Which conspiracy theory do you believe in?”
hehehe… i agree.
I believe that they actually went to the moon but pretended that they didn’t so no one would know about the advancements in science and technology that endeavor brought about.
I believe in all of them but I am paranoid.
The single-bullet theory.
I never believed we landed on the moon because it would have been so easy to fake. The video was grainy, the jumps could have been played in slo-mo, and the whole thing looked like a B movie.
Four – cover ups at Roswell, we didn’t land on the moon, more than one person shot JFK, and Bush and Cheney orchestrated 9/11 to get America on board against Osama Bin Laden. Was he really killed?
I have never really been one into the whole Conspiracy Theory thing. However, recently a friend of mine showed me a video of the “Sandy Hook” Conspiracy. While I am not convinced of that one it did get me digging a little deeper. Agree definitely with AIDS and the LGBT community. And most days I question the Democratic Process!
The theory that Cheney wanted to get democracy into the Middle East to gain control of the oil and felt Iraq was the easiest one to start that process. I guess that didn’t work…
They are not theories; they are conspiracy realities. Pretty much all of them!!! History is distorted, religion is a control system, money is a hoax, debt is a fiction, media is manipulation, government is a corporation, the system is a lie! Wake up!
Well, I don’t believe in ANY conspiracy theories because there’s really no such thing as secrets, and many well-intentioned individuals cannot even pull off what they are supposed to do in the clear light of day. The idea of conspiracies involving many people over long periods of time just does not square with the human condition, except for our paranoid inclinations. Plus, think about it, some of the people in power were in your high school graduating class. They could not even get gum out their hair.
The latest & greatest is that the meteor that hit Russia was caused by outer-space warming!
How about the theory ( that the NRA loves) that we need machine guns to defend ourselves from the government. Btw, ask that former California cop Dorner how that worked out…