shellbell #conspiracy cracked.com
[Conspiracy theorist rediculed, another one posts giant text wall in retaliation]
I'll have to agree with you for the most part. In fact, the term "conspiracy theory/theorist" was invented and popularized by the CIA to discount anyone who had any questions about the JFK assassination and discount any alternative ideas regarding his death, because so many people didn't believe that either Oswald was the one who killed him or that he acted alone. More than half of Americans didn't believe the official story at the time and for decades afterward, and even today, many people don't believe it. And there have been many people of importance who have come out since who have said they doubt the official story and tell their experiences, such as medical workers at the hospital he was taken to in Texas after he was shot, a doctor stated that he had a bullet wound in his throat where they apparently placed the trach tube, which he saw before they placed it there, and at least one person on the Warren committee has come out and told how the CIA blocked testimony and other things, like refusing to answer questions and not allowing certain witnesses to testify and such. And the CIA planted hundreds of assets inside major media outlets, and in fact, there are still CIA plants within media outlets to this day (though it's usually not a secret, many are openly on the payroll as "experts"). Now, there are some conspiracy theories that are just a bit too out there for me, like the moon landing one, but there is no reason to totally discount all of them. For instance, it's totally possible that 9/11 was a set up, that they might have allowed it to happen for political reasons to start war, helped plan it, etc. For instance, some of the hijackers were on the CIA payroll. The Iraq War was planned BEFORE 9/11. And they needed a reason to invade Afghanistan too, because prior to 9/11, there was a plan being made with the Taliban to let Americans come in and lay down a country-wide gas pipeline but the Taliban turned around and ended the deal at the last minute not that long before 9/11. Also, bin Laden, during the Soviet war in Afghanistan, was part of the Mujahideen and trained by the CIA. Who is to say he ever left their employment? And he was never on the FBI most wanted list for 9/11, because the FBI said they didn't have any evidence tying him to it. There are too many loose ends and questionable facts to NOT question the events. I don't believe any one conspiracy theory, but I am one to keep an open mind about conspiracies, because, as the past has shown, some conspiracy theories have been known to turn out to be real. One example are the Church hearings where it was proven that mind control experiments existed (which I believe never ended, but were just continued under another name, perhaps under a code project, for example, the new "brain map" project recently begun by the Obama administration. Just look at all the research recently that shows how one person, when connected with electrodes to the brain, can control the physical movements of another person just with thought, or ones where they can read the thoughts of a person by reading their brain waves or something like that. These experiments are done at facilities that receive public funding, and in the past were places where MK Ultra research and experiments were done. There's more proof that it continued under a drug different name and a different cover than there is that it ever ended.), they had an assassination program with exotic weapons, and that the government could read all electronic communications and hear all phone calls and even bug your house and vehicle. There's even a video of Frank Church, in the 70s, basically describing internet technology and that it already existed to a degree and was further in the works. I read a book by a CIA agent who described the early internet in the 70s that was used (and created) by the CIA. There's just too much the general public doesn't know about what various branches of the government do in secret for conspiracies, or what are now considered "conspiracy theories", not to exist to some extent. And going back to 9/11, just reading the Operation Northwoods papers, that proves that it is at least remotely possible for it to be an "inside job", as the same scenario is described as a possible attack on ourselves to convince the American public to go to war with Cuba. Oh, and there was also documents recently released by the FBI that discuss how Hitler didn't commit suicide, but instead fled to Argentina with Eva Braun. There's 200 some odd declassified documents online on the FBI's website you can read for yourselves. So not only did he survive war and fled to Argentina like so many other Nazis, the U.S. government knew it fully, and never told the public or try to catch him or anything.