Tag Archives: Conspiracy Theories

Yet One More Conspiracy Theory

Stop the Steal Democracy is dead! No one can trust the voting system. Republicans are marching in the streets. (If Trump had won, would we even be having this conversation?) “Stop the Steal” was created by Republican political operative Roger … Continue reading

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Was His Death a Suicide, or Murder?

David Kelly (May 14, 1944 – July 17, 2003) At the time of his death, I too wondered why Dr Kelly would take his own life. But little niggles, that I had, got buried along with other issues from that … Continue reading

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Is This Proof of the Deep State?

ShadowGate (2020) I was sent this title by a friend who lives in Europe. I wasn’t expecting it to essentially ‘prove’ what David Wilcock has been saying for all these years, that there IS a shadow government in the US, … Continue reading

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COVID-19: The White House Trojan Horse?

Hope Hicks (October 21, 1988 – Greenwich, Connecticut) I am just speculating. But this thought occurred to me almost immediately hearing that the President and the First Lady had been diagnosed with COVID-19. And yet, she may also be the … Continue reading

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Do You Believe Everything You Read?

Conspiracy Theories are Everywhere It seems to me that we humans are using very little of our brain’s capacity to think. We are programmed into believing that the government and our leaders are telling the truth and that everyone else … Continue reading

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Does One Good Turn Deserve Another?

Ghislaine Maxwell’s Strange Life This Guardian post from last year was written after Jeffrey Epstein was found dead of an apparent suicide. Robert Maxwell (Ghislaine’s father) died in 1991, after falling from his yacht. Was it an accident, suicide, or … Continue reading

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Censorship: Controlling the Narrative

Stopping the Spread of “Harmful” Information? My wife subscribes to coronavirus updates from John Hopkins University. Two days ago, we got into a somewhat heated discussion about something they’d written concerning Facebook not taking down ‘alternative’ points-of-view about the pandemic. … Continue reading

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Paranoia: When is It All Too Much?

The Umbrella Man (2016) This was an accidental find yesterday. I was researching the Zapruder film of Kennedy’s assassination and ran across some YouTube videos discussing the Umbrella Man, as he has become known to the world. Here’s the NY … Continue reading

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When the Wheels of Justice Turn Too Slowly

Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich I don’t like this man. There may be a lot of good reasons for that harsh statement, most of which were discussed (disgust) in this documentary, but it comes down to the fact that he thought … Continue reading

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It All Depends on Your Perspective

The Parallax View (1974) When posting a photo on Facebook of a small bug on my window pane, today, I used the terms perspective and perception, relating the bug’s point-of-view to our limited understanding of what goes on in the … Continue reading

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