Conspiracy Theories

“Conspiracy” Definitions:

  1. An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime.
  2. A secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful.
  3. The act of conspiring together.
  4. An evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot.

“Theory” Definitions:

  1. An idea used to account for a situation or justify a course of action.
  2. A plausible or scientifically acceptable general principle or body of principles offered to explain phenomena.
  3. A hypothesis assumed for the sake of argument or investigation.
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…AND YET, every time you hear the word phrase, “Conspiracy Theory“, we immediately associate that word phrase to a ridiculous, not true story.

The reason is that we have all be conditioned to believe that any sort of story that contradicts the main stream narrative is some crazy conspiracy theory and so we immediately reject it. This is the exact OPPOSITE of SCIENCE or what we should be doing or thinking when we hear that word phrase. We should instead be asking questions to find out IF the “theory” is true or not – not simply reject it based on faith or what we’ve been told.

….I mean if someone says its a crazy theory, and you can simply take someone’s word for it, then you don’t have to think at all right? We’ve become a nation of non-thinkers who simply believe that they’re told.

Over the last 100 years, the American people have been conditioned to believe that anything which contradicts or is contrary to the main stream story MUST BE a crazy conspiracy theory.

As you can clearly see from the definitions above, a conspiracy is simply a plot by two or more people (usually evil or nefarious) to do something.

…and a “theory” means we need to test the idea (conspiracy) with facts, logic and reason.

Instead however, when someone comes along with real news or real facts that shed light on or question the main stream narrative, we have all been programmed to quickly call it a crazy conspiracy theory to belittle, discredit or ridicule the idea (totally contrary to fact, logic and reason).

The reason for this is absurdity is explained quite nicely (click Here)

It’s MASS MADNESS to call everything a conspiracy without checking the facts – almost as if we have all had chemical (or pharmaceutical) lobotomies to remove half our brain – or at least the part for critical thinking skills. It seems utterly impossible to ask the average person to apply some common sense and critical thinking skills these days!

So, if you’re one of those people who think everything you disagree with or don’t believe is a a crazy conspiracy, I would like to invite you to actually look behind the curtain and begin to question things. Facts and truth will stand the test of questioning with logic and reason – UNLIKE emotionally charged ‘knee-jerk’ responses to deny everything you think to be a conspiracy. In fact, I would go one step further and suggest that trying to talk to a brainwashed person with facts, logic and reason is very much like trying to deprogram a cult member.

The years of indoctrination that we all go through is damn difficult to overcome and pull ourselves out of, but for the love of humanity – please do it!

In closing, I ask… No, I beg you to please begin to think for yourself – stop simply believing what you’re told all the time. Please begin to question things and follow the money. And lastly, please begin to look at both sides of a story in earnest.