posted on Jun, 21 2008 @ 09:40 AM
I'm sure many here have been called crazy conspiracy nuts, however i've found something really interesting recently. Well it's interesting to me at
I found that non conspiracies, meaning conspiracies which have been admitted or shown to be true, are still not believed by many people. To give some
examples read below.
Skull and Bones
This one isn't a conspiracy, the current president of the USA has stated it's real. Yet when you mention this to anyone, when you say about the fact
that many of the leading figures in politics have been in this group, you are told it doesn't exist. Does anyone else find this strange, has anyone
else had this happen to them?
The famed CIA mind control experiment. It has been admitted through freedom of information acts that this program existed. When you mention to people
that it involved mind control experiments they really just wave you off as a nut. Many people think this program did not exist, i've found it often.
As many here will know, operation paperclip was instigated during world war 2. It bought german scientists over to the USA, some also went to the UK
under another program. Basically the german scientists were very advanced in many areas and countries grabbed what they could. Some of these
scientists were forced to work but others were true nazis, supporters of Hitler and horrible people. To this day, when i have mentioned this to people
i've been called a conspiracy theorist.
So why do people deny official truth? These are conspiracies that governments have admitted under freedom of information act requests. They are no
lnger untrue, unverified accounts, they are absolutely true things that happened.
If anyone wants to add other conspiracies which have been officially admitted then please do, and maybe try and answer why today, many people still
think these are conspiracies, and anyone who mentions them is a nut.