I’ve always been interested in good conspiracies. A great conspiracy is believable, but generally speaking cannot be proven or disproven. That’s what makes it so great. I wanted to make this one post, but realized that with the amount of reading I’ll need to get through, it’s darn near impossible. So check out what I figure to be the 10 greatest conspiracies, over the next (more than) 10 days:
I like Wikipedia’s description of a conspiracy theory: attributes the ultimate cause of an event or chain of events (usually political, social or historical events), or the concealment of such causes from public knowledge, to a secret, and often deceptive plot by a group of powerful or influential people or organizations. Many conspiracy theories state that major events in history have been dominated by conspirators who manipulate political happenings from behind the scenes
There are many theories out there that subscribe to the idea that a small group of very wealthy, powerful people control wealth, power, governments, etc. in order to keep people subjugated and keep themselves rich and in control. This would include among other things: control of energy, communications, banking, information, elections, etc., etc. Last night I heard a fellow saying that Bush is a 13 cousin once removed from the Queen of England, and they’re both working for the black pope. Oh no, they’re obviously in cahoots.
An interesting section about how WWIII will start by Myron Fagan:
The Third World War is to be fomented by using the so-called controversy agents of the Illuminati would stir up between political Zionists and the leaders of the Moslem world. That war is to be directed in such a manner that all of Islam and political Zionism, Israel, will destroy each other while, at the same time, the remaining nations, once more divided on this issue, will be forced to fight themselves into a state of complete exhaustion – physically, mentally, spiritually, and economically. The stage will then be set to put the one world government into operation.