conspiracy theory

How Conspiracy Theories Really Work

In the United States conspiracy theory is the name given to explanations that differ from those that serve the ruling oligarchy, the establishment or whatever we want to call those who set and control the agendas and the explanations that support the agendas. The explanations imposed on us by the ruling class are themselves conspiracy…

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An Author From the 1800s May Have Predicted Trump and America’s Downfall

Did a 19th-century author really predict Trump’s election, Russiagate, and the potential collapse of the country? It’s impossible to say for sure, but the ever-resourceful and endlessly curious users of Reddit and 4chan have unearthed some fascinating evidence to give some substance to the fantasy. In the late 1800s, an American lawyer, political writer, and novelist named Ingersoll Lockwood penned…

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The Global Political/Economic State Feels Precarious for a Good Reason: It Is Precarious

The global political/economic state feels precarious for a good reason: it is precarious. That the global economy is in a precarious state seems self-evident.Take your pick of the systemic risks: debt bubble and slowdown in China, banking/political crisis in Europe, negative interest rates and stagnation in Japan, ongoing meltdown in emerging markets and currencies, oil…

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4 Pieces of the Orlando Shooting Narrative that Don’t Add Up

by Isaac Davis The truth does indeed matter in a time of universal deceit. When events as tragic and momentous as public massacre and terrorism occur in our open societies, we are immediately expected to acquiesce to public policy changes and new laws. To base such important decisions on phony, incomplete or biased interpretations of events is…

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