Conspiricys

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Post your favorite conspiricys in this topic. If you
don't have any, make one up. Cheers.

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David Icke. Little more needs to be said.

Also, it is spelled "conspiracies". It is remarkable how little is known about the English language in the countries where it is spoken.

[ Saturday, August 20, 2005 12:52: Message edited by: Aranfoolcaytar ]

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Ditto
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What about the Richard White conspiracy?

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God is a black mathematician named William Thomas Fletcher.

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Hmm...conspiracies...(Edit: Misspelled by one letter, "i" is changed to "a")

1. The Bermuda Triangle, unless that's just a myth and is false...

2. The Devil's Sea near Japan, similar to the Bermuda Triangle, unless that is also false and just a child's myth...

3. Is the United States government really hiding the truth about aliens and the "dark" secrets of Area 51, or is that just a false paradoy?

4. What is the truth behind fluffy turtles and the ferret attack army?

5. Do some video games and television programs send subliminal messages to our heads to brainwash us for some top secret project?

6. Are satellites and meteors really going to fall on top of us and kill us all in this lifetime?

7. Will we ever see a picture of Alorael or will he forever be a nigma, minus his real name in his profile...unless that's not his real name...

8. Do UFOs really exist or just made up to scare people?

9. Hey, at least we know who Deepthroat is. That's no longer a conspiracy...unless there's more to Watergate than meets the eye... :D

10. Was the Manhatten Project really a cover up for something else or was it really what it seemed to be? Well, dropping nukes to kill 80,000+(may be higher or lower, I'm just estimating this statistic) Japanese civilians isn't exactly being conservative, but it sure was an effective method to force the Japanese to surrender...

These are just a few I can think of off the top of my head...

Post Comment on Bermuda Triangle: Though it is true that ships disappear a lot around that area, there is still no scientific proof that makes this area less safe than other areas for ships. The Bermuda Triangle area is used frequently for shipping and trading on a daily basis. Check on encyclopedia sources for more details :)

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1. That the British government knew who Jack the Ripper was and had a vested interest in making sure the case remained "unsolved."

2. That FDR went to great lengths to ensure that the Japanese launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor so that public sentiment would be stirred up to allow him to enter World War II on the side of Great Britain.

I happen to believe these, by the way.

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The word in the title has now been uttered five times by people in this thread, and three out of five times misspelled.

No comment.

Richard White, William Thomas Fletcher, the Fluffy Turtles, the Weather Balloon and other such Spiderweb phenomenons don't count. They're only fronts spun by Polaris to cover up for our secret takeover.

The Bermuda Triangle is real. The ships that have vanished in it were abducted by aliens.

With the kind of messages (KILL KILL KILL!) that most video games send quite openly, who needs subliminal ones?

FDR: It's not unlikely. It's even less unlikely that GWB did the same concerning the World Trade Center.

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I like…

1. "Conspiracies".

2. The Bermuda Triangle.

3. UFOs.

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Emperor Norton of San Francisco was the real emperor of the United States. We are just living in a dream. "Not Dead Just Sleeping".

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—Alorael, who believes that there are many conspiracies to produce evidence of otherwise baseless conspiracies theories.
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A Google image search for "conspiracy" turns up this. I think no more needs to be said.

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Psh. Everyone knows Missouri is just the product of constant brainwashing. That's nothing new.

I agree with your second theory, Icshi, but I'm glad he did it. I'm sure he would have prevented as many American deaths as necessary (otherwise, why would he have taken so long?), but he saw the big picture clearly enough to know that the world would be better off after such an attack.

I have no conspiracy theories to share; I tend to reject most of them. I do find it somewhat odd that Ahmadinejad won the election while Rafsanjani, who clearly had considerably more popular support, lost, but I think it's safer not to go there...

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quote:
Originally written by Aranfoolcaytar:

It's even less unlikely that GWB did the same concerning the World Trade Center.
This pisses me off.

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Is there any evidence either that FDR did that or that GWB did? While GWB ignored warning signs, I've never heard any legitimate argument that he intended for 9/11 to happen, and the same for FDR and Pearl Harbor.

I mean, evidence, not speculation.

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I was talking to my Uncle, who happens to live in Iran. He told me the President's main duty is to keep propaganda circulating about how the Supreme Ayatolah(sp [hell I'm not even sure if that's the title]) is an awesome dude. So conspiracies about the President of Iran really don't matter.

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quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

Is there any evidence either that FDR did that or that GWB did? While GWB ignored warning signs, I've never heard any legitimate argument that he intended for 9/11 to happen, and the same for FDR and Pearl Harbor.

I mean, evidence, not speculation.

I recommend the book World War II: The Rest of the Story by Richard Maybury. He draws attention to little-known facts about the war, and spends an entire chapter on FDR's poking Japan with sharp sticks and his orders regarding the fleet in the Pacific. It's not really a conspiracy theory, it's just viewed that way by some people who haven't been told all the facts.

http://www.chaostan.com/eric.html

I also recommend his World War I book.

EDIT: And regarding Bush and 9-11: I think it's bullocks to think he knew about it in advance. (Unless someone can point me to some facts that I haven't been told.) It was really such a "small" operation, and so few people knew about it, and it was such a brillaint and subtle plan that it's unlikely that even if there were any leaks that anyone in the CIA or whatever would've been able to connect the dots and deduce what they were planning and when it was going to happen.

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I think the Missouri conspiracy was whether or not it got it's name from some little kid who, in the process of trying to spell 'misery' came up with something better.

Spiderweb conspiracies are far and away better than any others, BtW. Where else have you heard of leaving sanities, fearing fluffy turtles, speculating on Alorael's attempts to fend of an army of needle/ferrets with a sniper rifle, and whether a former game programmer known as RW is dead, alive, both, or neither.

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Mr. Icke definately wins. Lizard people ruling the world makes pretty much everything else seem boring.

Second place would be the theory that the jets only contributed to the destruction of the WTC, and that explosives were what really knocked them down.

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A little bit of something outrageous. Lee Harvey Oswald the Musical.

http://www.lhothemusical.com/

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quote:
Originally written by Jeros:

Well, dropping nukes to kill 80,000+(may be higher or lower, I'm just estimating this statistic) Japanese civilians isn't exactly being conservative, but it sure was an effective method to force the Japanese to surrender...
In Hiroshima alone, "Little Boy" ended the lives of 100.000 people. In Nagasaki, another nuclear bomb killed, I believe, 70.000 people.
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