Chapter 23

Conspiracy Theories Conclusion

Some people find conspiracy theories to be fun to research and to talk about. Others are quite passionate about a particular topic, and they will go to great lengths to prove or disprove it. As better technology is offered, it does give us the chance to further examine clues and information in a new manner.

However, there are those that will never be satisfied with those outcomes. They don’t care about the technology or the given proof. They feel that the government leaders control the media, the banks, and so much else that whatever they want to get out is what will get out.

The fact that so many people in various jobs, including military positions, are sworn to secrecy is also examined. They may know a great deal of information but there is too much of a risk that they would be put into prison or that they may even be killed if they shared that information. Those that have seen it work from the inside out know all too well the reality of breaking the silence.

There are so many conspiracy theories out there, and you can look at the from one side and then the next all day long. There aren’t any clear answers in many of them. Only puzzle pieces that don’t always fit together well. It can be hard to separate the fact from the fiction.

So what does the general public have to say about conspiracy theories? Here are some statistics that you may find to be very interesting about the topics! The answers are based on a Public Polling System that was conducted anonymously and randomly in the US in 2011.

  • 51% believe JFK was assassinated as part of a conspiracy.

  • 44% believe President George W. Bush lied about Iraq having weapons of mass destruction to promote the war against Saddam Hussein.

  • 37% feel that global warming is nothing but a hoax.

  • 29% believe aliens do exist and that leaders around the world are aware of it.

  • 28% believe that there are secret elite powers out there around the globe. They believe they have an agenda to rule the world through the New World Order.

  • 28% believe Saddam Hussein was part of the conspiracy for the 09/11 attacks.

  • 21% believe the government has been covering up the UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico.

  • 20% believe there is a link between vaccines and Autism that the US government is hiding.

  • 15% believe the government has mind controlling technology in TV signals.

  • 14% believe the CIA played a huge role in getting crack cocaine flowing in the US in the early 1980s.

  • 13% believe President Obama is the antichrist.

  • 17% believe the landing on the moon was fake.

  • 6% believe Osama bin Laden is still alive.

  • 4% believe there are aliens in our society that look like ordinary people that will one day take over the world.

It only takes a few people to believe in a conspiracy theory to make it interesting. With the outlets we have today for books, movies, and social media, it doesn’t take long for the word to spread. There are entire websites dedicated to passionate conspiracy theories that people have.

Some of these conspiracy theories are decades old and others are very new. The world never seems to get tired of discussing religion, politics, and even death and how everything isn’t what it may seem at face value. You have to give a hand to the independent thinkers that aren’t willing to just go along with the mainstream.

They question the how and they question the way. They look for inconsistencies. They don’t think that just because a government entity or a religious entity shared information with them that it is accurate. They encourage people to find out the truth and to continue holding those with power accountable.

There is no doubt that most conspiracy theories do have some inconsistencies in them. They do have some room for the “what if” thoughts to manifest. As mentioned in one of the chapters, there have been some conspiracy theories that were fully credited when all was said and done.

Perhaps some of them here that you read about will one day be proven or they will be fully disproven. You never know what the next big story is going to be or what new evidence may appear. Sometimes, it is in the form of someone sharing details. Other times, it is hidden messages or transcripts that are found and then shared.

There is nothing wrong with exploring both sides of the coin before you make up your mind about any conspiracy theory or cast it aside. Don’t assume everyone that takes part in them is a loon or that everyone that shares information or writes a book about one is credible. Look closely at the resources and focus on the facts. It can be fun to come to your own conclusions and even to ask your own questions.

Resources for you:

1) The Truth Behind UFO’s – The truth behind UFO’s is jam-packed with tales of conspiracy and cover-up, with radical theories of the ‘hows’ and ‘whys’, and with insights into what might really be going on.

2) Mary, Fatima and the Immaculate Heart – Make sure you download the report today but remember some of the content in this report is of a sensitive nature and may not be suitable for all audiences so please be careful with whom you share this with.

3) 21st Century Illuminati

4) Ghost Hunting Software

Faith Sloan

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