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Most unbelievable conspiracy

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posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:08 PM
Could it be that the most unbelievable thing is that there is no conspiracy about anything.

The governments really don't know anything about ET's

There really is no NWO and we are just floundering in an economic mess by accident and not by design. Looking for the reason why, or someone to blame.

Bush really is just trying to fix the mess with this bailout.

All the ufo sightings actually can be explained away by natural causes

Sure there might be a few new tech toys being developed in places like area 51 and perhaps tested in the night sky. But this is really only to keep it safe from prying enemy eyes and not neccessarily from the innocent public masses.

Maybe this internet thing is the sole culprit/explanation for the perceived increase in ufo sightings(not to mention countless conspiracy theories). Its just easier to get your story out there and everyone has one. But back before the internet, where were you supposed to report your sighting to the masses? Or get your opinions out there..... the local cafe?

Any thoughts?

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:15 PM
My friend,

In AA we call that attitude "Denial."

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:18 PM
I wasn't say I believe this, I was merely putting it out there.

There are so many conspiracies it would be impossible for them all or even several of them to be true.

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:21 PM

Originally posted by PowerSlave
I wasn't say I believe this, I was merely putting it out there.

There are so many conspiracies it would be impossible for them all or even several of them to be true.

That's why we have websites like this one. So people can contribute information, knock heads, and try to figure out what's happening.

THere's so much evidence it's impossible that all of them are not true.

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:30 PM
reply to post by PowerSlave

Great go at playing devil's advocate. I'm not saying I believe this but being the conspiracy buff that I am, I've had the same thoughts. But wouldn't it be a conspiracy that people are "making up" conspiracies? I'm sorry but I'm having difficulty getting my exact thoughts out, tough day at work and somewhat fatigued. Cheers!

Edit: I take back the stating I'm a "conspiracy buff", that sounds a bit trite. I actually mean that I am a believer of some conspiracies and still on the fence about many more.

[edit on 8/07/08 by curiositydidnotkillthecat]

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:43 PM
there will always be a debate on conspiracies and their credibility ... but you have to ask yourself will you deny ignorance to the fact that there really are such things as conspiracies?

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:49 PM
Click on the 'What is the Conspiracy?' link at the bottom of the page.


Quite clear. BYOP.

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 10:20 PM
reply to post by PowerSlave

this was a lame attempt at bing the devils advocate, not a good attempt. u should try a little harder at least. indeed as someone said, if there were no conspiraciers, then it would be a conspiracy to get so many americans wondering about conspiracies. so what would their reason be for getting us thinking of conspiracies? well, it would be a conspiracy to do so.
but you make 1 very good point. yes, the huge increase in ufo sightings, the sheer number of new people reporting various anomalys, is a symptom of the internet. It is nearly impossible to know just how much of this is a real increase in occurances, and how much is just an increase in peoples ability to find out about other occurances. that is a good point that doesn't get enough attention, people shoud try to factor it in when saying things like "the aliens are getting braver and will make contact now, because there are more people than ever seeing them!" or "the matrix is getting worse! more people are noticing the glitches when they happen" or "the NWO is closer than we thought, there are more people reporting they see the signs than ever" i am positive that some of this increase is simply our ability to discuss it in real time, or near real time at least. so the post wasn't completely crazy.

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 10:40 PM
"All the ufo sightings actually can be explained away by natural causes"
Buddy, I hate to break this to you but, no, they can not.
There is qualified people scientists, military etc etc.
Who can not explain these things.

posted on Oct, 9 2008 @ 06:17 AM
I think we must always keep an open mind, but not too open. There are a lot of nutcases out there, driven mad by their own imaginations. Head in the clouds, one foot on the ground, thats what I always say.

That being said, I wish the NWO was just a theory.

posted on Oct, 9 2008 @ 11:45 AM
reply to post by PowerSlave

There are some CTs that are totally out there:

1. Reptilian shapeshifters control the world.

2. Jews (the term Zionist is used now) control all the money (my Jewish friends always get a laugh out of that one).

3. Satanists run everything from the Masonic Lodges to the NWO (Masons are descended from the Knights Templar).

4. We never went to the moon/we went to the moon and were greeted by aliens or earlier human visitors (take your pick, can't have both).
Although to be fair, I wouldn't be surprised if the aliens were mining on the moon for raw materials. We aren't using it, so why wouldn't they?

When it comes to some things like UFOs, too many astronauts, pilots (military and civilian) have seen actual crafts that defy anything that is in our arsenal. Too many high ranking personnel have talked to reliable researchers about seeing aliens and ships in our possession. I do believe Area 51 is just a test base for our stuff, and that the extraterrestrial items are at another secret location.

Edited to amend

[edit on 10/9/2008 by kidflash2008]

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