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Why are most conspiracy quotes and references from decades ago?

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posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 11:41 AM
Unless I miss alot of stuff, it seems to me that most of the specific quotes regarding the NWO's goals, if not the NWO by name (not GW Sr. brief mention of the term), and gov. records of UFOs, etc. all come from 30-60 years ago.

This included references to secret government programs that have been declasified (all the mind/hypnosis experiments, etc.) from the 50s-70s, UFO docs, quotes from Ike, Albert Pike, Von Braun, Rockefeller, etc...all these references that seem to fuel speculation (and are thereby linked with current events) seem to be from years gone by.

Are there similar quotes, speeches, etc. references from people supposedly INSIDE the conspiracy from modern times? Or is the conspiracy circle mostly inbred and feeding off itself?

I don't mean to discredit anyone or any one theory, it's just a thought thats occured to me recently. How does one make sense of it all?

On top of that, how does one verify ANYTHING? There's a famous JFK quote that gets tossed around these circles about the NWO that no one can verify he ever said. Warner Von Braun's deathbed predictions seem to only exist on conspiracy oriented websites.

How can we be sure any of this stuff every happened?

I'm confused.

EDIT: Not to mention that most of the theories surrounding aliens, reptilians, ETs and all that which is circulated as 'evidence' is evidence supposedly channeled by psychics. And I'm tired of people pushing the Hindu texts talking about nuclear weapons (Vaimanika Shastra) as if they were written thousands of years ago. How many people who believe it know that they were channeled just 50 or so years ago?

Sorry for the rant. I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed.

[edit on 12-8-2009 by El Davicho]

posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 11:54 AM
Star and flag for a most insightful question and observation.

History should be protected by law. They change it all the time.

I would suspect that one of the reasons many of the quotes you refer to are old is because of the increased control that a tiny handful of interests have over the popular media.

There is no more competition in the 'free press'. It is now a cooperative effort to maintain a commercial 'status quo' for those who consider themselves the 'winners.'

Couple that with the increase in order of magnitude to the information that is available to a common person and you'll see the very reason why the demise of the 'journalist' and 'investigative reporter' is such a tragedy for a Republic based on democracy.

Get out there and investigate! It won't be easy, and the more important and immediate the issue, the less cooperation you will get from the current 'free press-like industry.'


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