Conspiracy Theorists have been purposely made to look like crazy morons, in order to discredit their stories, information and evidence of criminal behavior, corruption, greed, warmongering and other wrongful acts by our elite government, media, banking and industrial leadership.
Originally posted on wchildblog:
In our society the term Conspiracy Theory brings out strong negative reaction in most. Visions of nutcases dance across most peoples mind, and several years ago I had the same reaction. That was until, feeling that there was something off in the economy, I started to do my own research. What I found was there were countless undisputed examples throughout American history that if brought up before and even for years after the fact would have been considered what we now call conspiracy theories. Here are a few examples that stuck out to me:
Prior to the United States entering World War One Great Briton’s supply line from the US were being devastated by German submarines, U-boats. The Germans attempted to only attack ships that were carrying munitions. There was a passenger liner, the Lusitania, which was supposed to set sail for the UK from New…
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