Which conspiracy theories do you feel are more credible than others?
I.E. Proof to back them up etc.
I'm personally quite fond of the theory that a number of wealthy british nationals conspired to create an insurrection against the land holdings of
the british empire during the late 1700's. It's quite a popular theory, and I think there's a good deal of evidence for it.
No, you give him a break. This thread wasn't about proving anything to anyone, it's about what you find probable and believable.
You don't find mind control experiments believable?
I do, even though his story(which I haven't heard fully) may not be true or believable.
If you don't believe him that's your problem, he has every right sharing his stories if it's relevant to the topic, he is only telling us why HE
believes in mind control technology.
Now let's get back to topic.
If you read my earlier post you can see that I do believe in it, how ever This kids full of it. Infact there is no denying it's possible, and
practiced. Children using the internet can get difficult to deal with. Sorry to argue something this dumb.
Ah, I must have been tired as I read this thread and posted my reply. I missed the part which asked for proof. I don't want to write extensive on
these topics, but will provide a post on each topic with one or more links, which I find believable. I will make a post for each topic in the next
Media manipulation through the CIA, military and other interests:
The CIA tries to manipulate the web. A link to a BBC article about the declassified strategy paper "Information Operations Roadmap", which outlines
their strategies of media manipulation and propaganda placement. A link to the document (78 pages) can be found on the BBC website. news.bbc.co.uk...
previous manipulations / suppression of important stories
10 page summary with suppressed important stories on wanttoknow.info. I can recommend this website. It contains many tips how to conduct your own
research and provides many fine sources. www.wanttoknow.info...
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