I love a good conspiracy, and I really love one that is based on a little fact…
Often times a GOOD conspiracy theory is based on a little fact, a lot of assumptions, and a whole lot of twisted facts.. That is what would make them fun.
Think how boring life would be if there had not been people who could put mystery into the killing of President Kennedy. Lets thank they guy who, supposedly, found all of the coincidences between the killing of JFK and President Lincoln.
I am sure you know what I am talking about.. It like Lincoln was supposed to have had a secretary named Kennedy who told him not to go to the theater, and Kennedy was supposed to have had a secretary named Lincoln who told him not to go to Dallas. I was even mentioned that Lincoln was killed in a theatre and his killer was killed in a barn, think warehouse, while Kennedy will show from a book depository, think warehouse, and the killer was caught in, or near, a movie theatre. Of course NONE of this connects to John Dillinger getting killed as he was leaving a NY movie theatre but, I wonder if anyone has ever tried to make a connection there.
There have been a number of theories about the reason that Kennedy was killed and they range from the Mafia killing him, because his bother, the Attorney General Robert Kennedy, was trying to break up the mob, to the CIA killed someone they thought was secretly an agent of the U.S.S.R and there was even a book, though I can not remember the name at this time, that suggested that while Oswald fired a number of shots at Kennedy he was really killed when, as the motorcade came to a stop at the sound of the shots, a secret service agent, who was standing in the car to the rear, stumbled and accidentally discharged his weapon hitting President Kennedy in the head.
In recent year there have ben claims that President Bush II was behind the events of 9/11, and that it was so he could eventually invade Iraq to finish what his father failed to do.
An interesting article I just saw, in the last day or so, is The Conspiracy Theory of Ander Breivik. There is a link below to the blog. This killer was supposed to be a Knight of the Templar Knights, and there seems to be an attempt to connect them to the Freemasons, or Masons. You know the guys. When they are not busy plotting how to take over the world they ride around in little motor cars wearing red fezzies.
In the 1980s I attended a couple of Patriot meetings here in Sarasota Fla. They had a lot to say about things like the Bilderberg, the Freemasons, the New World Order, and many other names that have become connected to plots of world domination.
Some of their theories had some fact in them, which is what made them semi-believable, and that is why you could listen to them and think they might be right. At one the the last meetings I attended, the the Veterans Hall, there was a presentation about how they had proof that the U.N. was going to send troops in to take over the country, and that it would happen while President Clinton was in office. The presentor was explaining that the proof was there, and all you had to do was know what to look for. He further said that you could see it locally, just go out to I-75, this was med 1980s, and look at the concrete power polls that ran by or across the interstate. You would see various colored dots painted, or decals, placed on the polls so that the U.N. troops, who might not read English, could tell what route to follow.
I later mentioned this to a friend of mine who worked for Paragon cable, I think the name has been changed, and he laughed at me. He knew what they were. The cable guys had a chart, as did the power company, the phone company and the other utilitiey people, that showed the colors referred to things like Blue for water lines, and other colors to tell where gas and electric lines where. It like if you wander around a residential area and see those little blue reflectors placed off center in the road. They are so that Fire Department will know there is a water hydrant on that side of the road. Any U.N. Troops trying to follow this method would soon become lost.
I quit going to those meetings as I was sure they were a wast of time, and filled with people who had too much time on their hands, though they were indeed interesting.
So. Don’t believe everything you hear but remember the old saying “just because you are paranoid, doesn’t mean they are not out to get you”.