Conspiracy theorists

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  • Debunking The 9/11 Myths Summary

    Report” and “The Conspiracy Industry: Afterword to PM Expanded Investigation” are two articles both written for the Popular Mechanics magazine by James B. Meigs, the latter being written in 2006, one year after the former. “Debunking the 9/11 Myths: Special Report” is an in-depth analysis of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks and the factual evidence that refutes these theories. “The Afterword” is a reflective piece that describes the uprising of the conspiracy theory community after the first article was published, and then poses the argument as to why conspiracy theorists have an “illusion of coherence”. The first article published by Meigs garnered a lot of attention from the conspiracy theory…

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  • The Bilderberg Group Conspiracy Theories

    group is suspicious. Because of thI think everyone should know and understand what is the Bilderberg Group, their biggest conspiracy theories, and what they have planned for our future. The Bilderberg Group is one of the most exclusive organizations made up the world's best and most powerful bankers, businessmen, and politicians in the world. They meet once a year to discuss and make decisions about the formal issues around the world. The group was created by Denis Healey,…

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  • Conspiracy Theory

    circumstance or event is known as a conspiracy theory. (Oxford Dictionary) In other words, conspiracy theories try to deny facts that many believe are the truth. To understand more about conspiracy theories, it is necessary to get familiar with five of the most widely believed conspiracy theories, which include the Iraq War conspiracy, the Princess Diana conspiracy, the 9/11 conspiracy, the Pearl Harbor conspiracy, and the Moon Landing conspiracy. In the 21st century, many happenings can be…

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  • Why People Believe In Conspiracy Theories

    People who believe in conspiracy theories convince themselves that a group is trying to plot a devious act, or has executed a devious act, mainly aiming towards influencing mass media and politics. But how do people come up with these theories and why are some conspiracy theories so believable? Psychology gives a deeper explanation of these theories and the reasons why people believe in them. According to psychologists, people who believe in conspiracies feel like they don’t have a control in…

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  • David Ickes And Brilderberg Analysis

    take these assumptions and ideas seriously? Paranoia can be very debilitating, when minor and , believing that there are people or a species that is ruling us and has so much power in our insignificant actions can do more harm than good. A. Rothschild’s & Bilderberg 1. Bankers, entrepreneurs, artists, yes even a few socialites. That’s what these people are. Do they happen to have money? Yes. But they are the same as all of us here today; they did not choose their bloodline. As they have been a…

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  • Conspiracy Theories Of The Illuminati Conspiracy

    enticing, yet fearful conspiracy theory around the world. I am going to discuss one of the most popular conspiracy theories of the 21st century regarding The Illuminati, or The New World Order, which is that globally known musician Beyoncé is a member of the Illuminati. This conspiracy theory is illogical because it incorporates conformation bias of conspiracy theorist, as well as lacks sound proof that Beyoncé’s career and family are influenced…

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  • Conspiracy Essay On Moon Landing Conspiracy

    Robert Reed Kelly Franklin 5 Feb. 2016 Composition II Conspiracy Theories and the Moon landing The definition of conspiracy is a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful. Conspiracy theories have been around for a very long time. Theories range from the faking of 9/11 to the world is run by a group of reptilian Illuminati. Somehow there are always people believing in them. Why do people believe in conspiracies? There is actually a lot more to it than the average person would…

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  • Leo Tanguma's In Peace And Harmony With Nature

    all of these children (“Children of the World Dream of Peace”) In a panel alongside this mural, it depicts a terrifying war soldier holding a gun in one hand and a sword in the other, the sword is stabbing a dove. Next to the soldier, there is a line of children that appears to be sleeping, while other people looking distraught while lining up for their certain doom. At the bottom of this panel, there is a quote from a fourteen-year-old child who died at Auschwitz (Blaskiewicz). These murals…

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  • Donald Trump Conspiracy Theory

    The first Donald Trump conspiracy theory Ben and Matt proposed was that Trump ran for president as a false flag candidate. The main theory is that Trump ran for president to help Hillary Clinton and The Democrats win the election. The theoretical plan being that Donald Trump would gain the Republican nomination and then basically embarrass the party. Matt starts the base of the theory when he said: “A few weeks before he announces his candidacy he has an off the record phone call with former…

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  • Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory

    By: Jaylen Majors The Denver airport is drowning in a conspiracy theory. The theory is that the Denver airport is hell on earth. Its blue mustang Blucifer is the devil’s horse. Its head fell on its creator and killed him instantly. The horse’s glowing red eyes have said to, “watch you wherever you go. The murals at the airport are to , “show where a man kills the environment and the people. Other evidence is that the underground is a bunker for Armageddon. Nobody in that airport except…

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