Conspiracy theory

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  • Moon Landing Conspiracy Theory

    Moon landing conspiracy theories claim that foundations of the Apollo program and the connected Moon landings were complete frauds staged by NASA. The most famous claim is that landings (1969–72) were faked and that 12 Apollo astronauts did not actually walk on the Moon. Numerous groups and individuals have made these accusations since the mid-1970s, that NASA and others intentionally deceived the public into believing the landings happened, by manufacturing or destroying…

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  • 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

    Today the conspiracy theories are prevalent however what conspiracy theories are? Conspiracy theories are statements that make peculiar interpretations of historical or contemporary events, often implying an open analysis of events as deliberate deception. Conspiracy theories usually lack evidence, and absurd logic is the basis of many rumors. So conspiracy theories were created by suspicion. In the mode world, conspiracy theories are everywhere for instance on September 11, 2001, when…

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  • Adolf Hitler's Conspiracy Theory

    II. The article attempts to highlight these issues and the facts behind this well-known conspiracy theory with official documents from the FBI. The anonymous writer tries to employ many rhetorical strategies such as ethos and logos, to convince his audience that Adolf Hitler escaped to Argentina with help from the FBI. In the writer's attempt to use an abundance of evidence to justify his conspiracy theory many inconsistencies and logical faults were created.…

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  • 9/11 Conspiracy Theory

    Part of the theory was a terrorist attack that occurred before 9/11. In 1993, the first attempt to attack the World Trade Center. Reports showed that this was an attempt by the Al Queada which resulted in the death up to 5 and injured thousands. Then the same attempt happened in 2001, which was considered a successful attempt from Al Queada. The paranoid style theory strongly suggests that less legitimate and less regulated media sources…

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  • Earhart Conspiracy Theory

    Secondly, another deeply credited theory is the belief that Earhart and co-pilot Noonan were ‘Nikumaroro Castaway’s.’ It is speculated both pilots touched down on a remote South Pacific Island called Nikumaroro – now commonly known as Gardner Island. The belief stands that the Electra was running low on fuel implementing fear within the pilots as they began searching for a safe destination to refuel (Howland Island.) Unintentionally, the flight path veered towards the Southwest and they landed…

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  • Marilyn Monroe Conspiracy Theories

    from her psychiatrist of substance dependency, severe depression and other health issues bolstered the conclusion. However, despite being flawed or outrageous, conspiracy theories keep suspicion alive that Monroe was murdered or accidentally overdosed. Most are based on and add to preceding assertions. The earliest of conspiracy theories came from anti-communist author Frank Capell, whose 1964 pamphlet accused Robert F. Kennedy of having Monroe killed to prevent her from exposing their…

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  • Jfk Assassination Conspiracy Theory

    contributed in the killing when there were 3 shots fired? “You probably also know there are hundreds of conspiracy theories about who was behind the assassination, and whether Oswald was the lone gunman or if there was another shooter on the infamous grassy knoll” (Escobedo). With that said, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was a conspiracy due to the 3 bullets that have been shot. One theory of Kennedy’s murder is the “Umbrella Man”. During the car ride of President Kennedy,…

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  • Examples Of Kennedy's Conspiracy Theory

    Throughout the history of the United States, there has been no shortage of conspiracy theories. Different events or people can cause these theories such as 9/11, Area 51, Elvis Presley, and Kurt Cobain are just a few. One conspiracy that has withstood the test time and that is the assassination of the 35th President of the United States of America, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK). President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963 while traveling in a…

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  • Conspiracy Theories Of The Vietnam War

    Some examples are MKUltra which was the U.S government 's attempt to control people 's minds, Area 51 and how they are hiding critical information like the existence of aliens, and one of the most known which are the conspiracy theories regarding the September 11th attacks. The September 11th attacks is one of the most tragic events that has occurred in American history, a day where planes were hijacked and flown into the iconic World Trade Center in New York, followed by an…

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  • Malcolm X Conspiracy Theory

    Conspiracy theories have become almost a big trend in American culture. Many of these conspiracy theories relate back to the American government, and usually not in a good way. One of the most well known conspiracies is the Malcolm X assassination. Malcolm X was a prominent civil rights figure during the 1950s and 1960s. He fought for equality amongst White Americans and African Americans, which was seen as a threat by many White Americans. Although many believe Malcolm X was killed by his own…

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