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Which conspiracy theory is actually true (if any)

Which conspiracy theory is actually true (if any)  

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  1. 1. Which (if any) of these conspiracy theories are true

    • The world is actually flat
      2
    • Diana was killed on the orders of the Royal Family
      15
    • JFK was killed by the CIA
      20
    • 9/11 was engineered by the CIA/Mossad
      12
    • The moon landings were fake
      2
    • Covid is fake
      1
    • The Covid vaccine contains a microchip
      1
    • 5g masts cause cancer
      2
    • QAnon actually exists
      3
    • None of the above
      22


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12 minutes ago, skaro said:

 

Yep.

And the "private cinema screening" of Bin Laden getting snuffed made me realise that - far from being about hope and peace - Obama was just like the rest of them.

 

 

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Obama or Osama?

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7 minutes ago, Dave D said:

Obama or Osama?

 

Osama was pretty handy when the CIA were trying to get the USSR out of Afghanistan.

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20 minutes ago, skaro said:

 

Yep.

And the "private cinema screening" of Bin Laden getting snuffed made me realise that - far from being about hope and peace - Obama was just like the rest of them.

 

 

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Why is Donnie Wahlberg there, standing next to John Lithgow?

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Just now, Total Longo said:

Why is Donnie Wahlberg there, standing next to John Lithgow?

And is that a pixelated porn printout on Hillary's keyboard?

 

 

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45 minutes ago, skaro said:

 

Yep.

And the "private cinema screening" of Bin Laden getting snuffed made me realise that - far from being about hope and peace - Obama was just like the rest of them.

 

 

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I think if someone orchestrates the flying of 3 planes into buildings and another into the ground killing almost 3000 thousand people he probably deserves what he got. 

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4 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I think if someone orchestrates the flying of 3 planes into buildings and another into the ground killing almost 3000 thousand people he probably deserves what he got. 

Sure.

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Im sat here in fucking bits. Just seen a BBC News reports about Yemen and famine.

 

A beautiful, innocent little baby girl, 12 months old and her life ended, just like that. Yet another famine in a world where we pay farmers to produce nothing. And, what they do produce, the excess, we throw away because it's the wrong fucking shape, past a 'best before date' or just to maintain its price in the shops

 

The conspiracy theory that the world isnt starving and there's no wars is still as strong as ever.

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I think the JFK, as a few have said, just a lone nut is not feasible.

Remember reading somewhere, relating to Timothy McVeigh (sp), another lone nut, that Americans go for this as it is easier to say an idiot as opposed to an organised group of Americans. I suppose lone nut is the old mental health issues.

 

9/11 for me, was once the incident took place the state went immediately into arse covering mode as opposed to anything major before hand. Intelligence told them certain things before but in hindsight the link is more obvious. Rather than own this mistake and try to learn from it they shouted conspiracy to try to discredit legitimate criticism.

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I think one of the things that’s clouds judgement is most of us forget the pre-911 or JFK assassination world.  So going to an airport now when there’s queues, enhanced security and armed guards everywhere you think ‘there’s no way that could have happened’. But before 9/11 it was more like getting on a bus. The no fly lists weren’t there, the cooperation with all the agencies wasn’t there, the pilots weren’t sitting behind a safe like door. 
 

On JFK he was sitting on the back of an open topped car.  The route was published weeks before, there weren’t snipers everywhere. Look at Reagan, he nearly got whacked but I don’t see any conspiracy theories for that.  If Oswald didn’t get a shot that day, he’d have just waited for another opportunity as it was easy.  

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There are just way too many unanswered questions in regards to the Kennedy assassination, to make me think it is a cut and dried "Oswald did it alone" scenario. The main one that will always leave me unconvinced is the "back and to the left" movement of Kennedy's head when the fatal shot hits him. I'm sure that the same physics experts who can "prove" that you can tie an elephants tail to a daisy on the edge of a cliff and it wont fall will be the same ones who tell you that this is a natural body movement when hit by a high velocity bullet from behind, but i've never bought it. And if there is a shot from the front then you have a conspiracy.

 

There are plenty of other questions that i have, in regards to suppressed eye witness testimony, the magic bullet theory, Ruby's role and subsequent death from an astoundingly virulent form of cancer, the quite astonishing number of people who were either witnesses or investigated it that met with untimely deaths every time they were due to testify in front of either the 69 Garrison trial or the 70's led HSCA investigation,  confiscated photos and films, Oswald's apparent inability to fire three straight shots, let alone do them in the time he was supposed to have fired them in, why so many documents and evidence  either disappeared or was held back from public viewings full stop. Probably loads more too if i delve further. 

 

Oh this has opened up a can of worms now and i will be revisiting the books i have on this subject. Curse you Kurtz for this thread. Just when i thought i was out, they pull me back in...    

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17 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

Look at Reagan, he nearly got whacked but I don’t see any conspiracy theories for that.

 

I tried to start one, I really did.

 

On 23/11/2016 at 16:13, Strontium Dog™ said:

How come George HW Bush doesn't get more attention from conspiracy theorists? This guy seems to have been connected to more dodgy goings on than Jimmy Savile.

 

- Roomed with the nephew of Lee Oswald's CIA contact George de Mohrenschildt at school

- Father of Reagan's would be assassin John Hinckley Jr was a major donor to Bush Sr and a friend of the family; Bush Sr was Vice President at the time and would have been catapulted into the top job if Hinckley Jr was a better shot

- Meeting with Osama's brother on the day Osama's acolytes flew planes into the twin towers

- Director of the CIA right around the time the CIA's brainwashing programme was exposed

 

Is it all too obvious for your average conspiracy theorist, who tends towards the outlandish?

 

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1 hour ago, dockers_strike said:

Im sat here in fucking bits. Just seen a BBC News reports about Yemen and famine.

 

A beautiful, innocent little baby girl, 12 months old and her life ended, just like that. Yet another famine in a world where we pay farmers to produce nothing. And, what they do produce, the excess, we throw away because it's the wrong fucking shape, past a 'best before date' or just to maintain its price in the shops

 

The conspiracy theory that the world isnt starving and there's no wars is still as strong as ever.

I seen it. Fucking shocking.

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1 hour ago, Scooby Dudek said:

I think the JFK, as a few have said, just a lone nut is not feasible.

Remember reading somewhere, relating to Timothy McVeigh (sp), another lone nut, that Americans go for this as it is easier to say an idiot as opposed to an organised group of Americans. I suppose lone nut is the old mental health issues.

 

9/11 for me, was once the incident took place the state went immediately into arse covering mode as opposed to anything major before hand. Intelligence told them certain things before but in hindsight the link is more obvious. Rather than own this mistake and try to learn from it they shouted conspiracy to try to discredit legitimate criticism.

Who shouted conspiracy?

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11 minutes ago, Rick Sanchez C-137 said:

 

You'd need at least 300 ham and cheese sandwiches

 

Just now, AngryofTuebrook said:

120 Capri-Suns.

Factor 50. It's hot in Nevada. 

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