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5 Conspiracy Theories That Are True - drummer - 11-10-2013



Published on Oct 22, 2013
Abby Martin speaks with BTS producer Manuel Rapalo about a few of the most shocking US government conspiracies that turned out to be true.


RE: 5 Conspiracy Theories That Are True - Watchdog - 11-12-2013

These TOOLS in the media are making fun of the following topic (they talk about something that can be true and then ADD INSANE IDEAS to them to laugh at them):

1. Operation North Wood: Reasons for getting into Cuba and a war that "never happened".
2. MK-Ultra. A crazy idea about CIA and acid in the population.
3. Prohibition and poisoning alcohol
4. Giving syphillis to the blacks in USA
5. Operation MockingBird


Nothing to see here in this video. I just lost 8:33 for you all.

Thanks, no problem Smile


RE: 5 Conspiracy Theories That Are True - thokling - 11-13-2013

I downloaded this one a few days ago. Those are just five conspiracies with indisputable evidence backing them up. How many haven't been brought to public knowledge?


RE: 5 Conspiracy Theories That Are True - JFK - 11-13-2013

(11-13-2013, 12:21 PM)thokling Wrote: I downloaded this one a few days ago. Those are just five conspiracies with indisputable evidence backing them up. How many haven't been brought to public knowledge?

You mean like "the creature from Jekyll Island" ?


RE: 5 Conspiracy Theories That Are True - thokling - 11-14-2013

(11-13-2013, 02:59 PM)JFK Wrote:
(11-13-2013, 12:21 PM)thokling Wrote: I downloaded this one a few days ago. Those are just five conspiracies with indisputable evidence backing them up. How many haven't been brought to public knowledge?

You mean like "the creature from Jekyll Island" ?

That's a tough one to swallow right there. Societies are reliant upon the financial system that's been made out to be so complicated as to be manageable only by people who are specially trained to tackle it. So, when the very essence of our lives is attacked, we're set up to fear whatever attacks what we cannot defend against. Thus, in the minds of many, the validity of the notion that the world's money is being manipulated to benefit a handful of individuals while working against the success of our species in general is negated considerably.

It's tough to accept because we've been trained to think it's outside of our power to counter such a conspiracy.

I admit I haven't read that particular work, but I've encountered enough resources to accept the notion that not only has the privately-owned-and-operated Federal Reserve usurped economic control over much (but not all) of the world, but it's also not the first time an economic empire was created and subsequently fell apart, taking civilisation down with it into a dark age.