posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 07:59 PM
Finished your survey. Thanks for adding in Princess Diana. However, your post said that you're researching AMERICAN conspiracy theories, and this
one most definitely isn't American.
IMHO, Princess Diana was killed by MI5, who were after Dodi Fayed. Princess Diana was an unfortunate victim who was caught up in the plot.
If you want pointers on some other conspiracy theories a bit out of the main stream (usually where you find the best ones) do some research into David
Kelly's "suicide" and subsequent cover up (he was the weapons inspector who told Blair / Bush there were NO weapons of mass destruction in Iraq before
Gulf War Two) or the jailing of Dominique Strauss-Khan while the original Greek bailout was being approved by the IMF. Mr Strauss-Khan was a
candidate for President of France and head of the IMF, and was the lone dissenting voice against the Greek bailout that needed a unanimous vote to
Both of these are real, workable conspiracy theories that almost never get discussed on conspiracy theory forums, and are outside of American
conspiracy theories as well.
The Moon Landings, Lee Harvey Oswald, and Illuminati (also not really American theory) are good places to start for fledgling conspiracy theorists,
but true conspiracy theorists stay away from the mainstream theories and go find their own to focus on, by questioning official stories that don't
make sense. If you want a good mainstream American conspiracy theory, look into the circumstances surrounding the creation of the Federal Reserve,
and the reasons that neither the FED nor the Pentagon have ever been audited.
For really advanced stuff, you can start looking into the official version of the story of Edward Snowden, none of which makes any sense at all.
Usually when the official story doesn't make sense, it's a cover up.