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Everyday 'conspiracies' that annoy the heck out of you? Share!

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posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:31 AM
So we all know about famous comspiracy theories often discussed on this site, but what are some (possible) conspiracy theories that you think about on an everyday basis? Little things that may or may not be sinister, but that just annoy the heck out of you? Feel free to share. The less scientifically sound, the better.
Serious/proveable ones also appreciated. Heck, they don't have to be conspiracies, just whatever feels wrong to you.

1. Termites are a big problem (in the U.S., anyway...) and homeowners have to pay (possibly quite a lot depending on the extent of the damage) for termite treatment. This wouldn't happen if homes were still made from BRICK and not cheap wood which is prime for major termite damage.

2. Chemtrail doubters gonna doubt, but I have the worst allergy symptoms not seasonally, but whenever the sky is streaked and overcast with trails. 'Contrails'? I think not....

3. Chips Ahoy! cookies....are twice as thin as they used to be, smaller, dry, and taste like cardboard.

4. I bought some gum the other day that wasn't 'sugar-free', just regular Wrigley's, and it STILL had aspartame in it. Last time I make that mistake.

5. On the local buses there is an ad that basically says something along the lines of 'keep your eyes open for suspicious-looking people.' The ad shows three Hispanics and a Black guy.

6. Do people not realize that by 'checking in' to a location with Foursquare online, they are giving possible psychopaths/thieves/stalkers (1) their location, and (2) the knowledge that they are NOT at home right now...?

7. Not a conspiracy, just weird, I've seen ads for a kid's preschool which had the Masonic 'square and compass' in the corner. They also advertised that the curriculum is in English and German. I'm not prejudiced, lol, just thought it was a random advertisement!

So that's all I've got.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:37 AM
reply to post by Replikant

Yes: The conspiracy to make students of conspiracy look like weirdos. I could really do without that one.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:50 AM
Tasteless food.
And having the feeling that average citizen is today uglier, sadder and unhealthier than 10 years ago.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:50 AM
I'll just say that nothing gets under my skin more than Birthers. How many birth certificates does the guy have to release? I just think they're usually either 1) Crybabies who the guy they voted for didn't win or 2) Racists. I'm sure I'm not the first guy to say that, I'm just saying, that's the biggest conspiracy that gets under my skin.

I believe in alot of conspiracy theories, but the shapeshifting reptilians I can't really wrap my mind around either. I just don't understand it biologically. Although those videos of slit-eyed bigwigs are pretty cool...

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:53 AM
Mine would have to be the getting pooped on by a bird is good luck, my ass if someone poops on my head is that good luck too? That's bull's balls to me, speaking of that Mountain oysters are good for the who's your daddy, again my ass they are a bunch of bulls testicles and all I think about is some poor bull that is just hanging out getting his thing on and the next thing he knows, he's thrown to the ground and some durango cut's his balls off. No thank you to both, poop is poop and balls are balls period.
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posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:55 AM
Aspartame in most of the drinks and nearly all the gum in my local shop pisses me off to a different extent... All I drink now is 100% pure juice not from concentrate, it gets boring!!!

I also keep wondering if sodium flouride is in the bottles of water, thanks to Jesse Ventura...

The fact they neglect to legalise weed, when alcohol and ciggerettes among other things are far more dangerous...

Pretty much the mind set of the elite and the liberty they continue to take, while the real workers of this world are made to suffer...

One more thing I am sick of... Is I keep reading this Sh*t wondering, they have all these implementations apparently in place, i.e, FEMA camps, steralization processes, global police forces, one world currencys, chemtrials, etc. etc. But, what are they waiting for? They've wanted it for so long, they're so in control, why dont they just take it all?

Another thing... Lool, If they took people like Kennedy, Tupac, Lennon, Jackson etc. why do people like Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura etc. not get it too...

I dunno, I'm not hating, I'm just curious...

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:57 AM
1: The racial division, seeing people do it themselves because they have been decieved into believing they're different, superior, inferior because of their "race". Talks of "race wars" media constantly bombarding the public with racially charged stories. What are you? What am I? Who cares and how does this effect my being outside the societies forced expectations? Not that I think of it every day, it's just a topic that irks me

2: Flu shots, time's gonna be coming around again and who knows what that's all about. I'm personally not ever going to take a flu shot, never have and never had a problem. What twists me up is when the common man tells me im some crazy paranoid conspiricy idiot for not trusting them.

3: Mainstream media's attempt (or indirect doing) of sexualizing the younger generations, especially through music and now almost every tv show people watch these days. I'm sure this has been said for decades but I think I see a standing trend here...

4: Undeserved, overzelous Obama love / worship. Is there any "racial guilt / pride" going on here? I don't know but I see something I shouldn't between the lines. Going back to number one, "race" is nothing.

5: Politics in general, you see the most apparent, shifty tactics being done now a days and you are powerless to stop it. All you can do is recognize it and move on, maybe sharing your findings with the next guy.

I can't really think of any more at the moment, I'll update if I think of one

edit on 20-6-2011 by Artanis667 because: spelling

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:58 AM
One more thing that gets to me, is the fact that most of the conspiracy theories are so easily arguable.. More time the evidence is never concrete enough... like Chemtrials for example

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 12:59 AM
1. Chemtrailers- because my job as a meteorologist involves me analysing real time upper air data, and since I know about the upper air environment, I can see the many inconsistencies with the whole chemtrail argument

2. All the racists, fundamentalist, homophobes, anti-semites here...its the reason i avoid the boards for the most part

3. Nibiru- Nobody's ever seen it, the only people that believe it seem to have no common sense

4. Cop Haters

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 01:01 AM
politicians with no common sense.

politicians who don't what a budget is.

pharmaceutical companies who are always pushing their miracle drugs on us.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 01:22 AM
Reply to post by Forteana

Ha! I was going to say the same things. Birthers and reptilians. Many have demanded to see a birthcertificate, they get one and without fail, proclaim it is fake. They will never be satisfied. And reptilians? Like you, I can't wrap my brain around that one. Oh, I am also sick of hearing about this, that, and everything else under the sun causing cancer. Soon you will see reports reading: "Scientists have found that opening your refrigerator door cause cancer."

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posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 01:26 AM
Obama's birth certificate/college record/etc.

There is no bigger distraction than this.

TPTB thanks those that go along with the distraction while Rome burns.

Enjoy, Suckers!

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 02:26 AM
where I live the local governemt PAYS the local bus company to run a monopoly and yet the bus company still over charges by massive amounts.

Also I live on an island an the ferrys are rediculously expensive.

People were I live make less money because commuting off the island is to expensive to be worthwhile so local buisnesses can pay people less as they lack competition.

My local government is even more in debt than most local governments were I live beacause they had to spend extra on incompetance.

I have been trying to find a chemistry set to teach my cousin basic chemistry but unfortunatly chemistry sets no longer contain chemicals...

Talking of my cousin she has a high IQ (recently tested, as part of her dyslexia assesment) but she is badly dyslexic, so she is treated like an idiot in school, because they seem unable to cope with the concept of someone with a high IQ and learning difficulties

In the UK there is the apprenticeship schemes which most companies now use as a con to hire workers to do bottom rung jobs at £2.30ish an hour.

These are the issue I can think of off the top of my head

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 02:34 AM
reply to post by Shawny2222

Oh you apparently don't realize the dangers of freeon. Open your fridge, one gulp, and it's cancer for sure. Reptilians have the cure but won't release it to Obama because he's Kenyan.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 02:44 AM

Originally posted by OzWeatherman

4. Cop Haters

Lol Chad, you sure you live in WA?


Is it different out of the metropolitan area?

It's not here... Get searched walking to the bottleshop if I walk with a swagger.

Or I'm just bloody ugly enough that it warrants constant attention by the cops here who think I deserve to be treated like crap.

Oh well, who'd be me eh..

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 02:54 AM

Originally posted by Forteana
I'll just say that nothing gets under my skin more than Birthers. How many birth certificates does the guy have to release? I just think they're usually either 1) Crybabies who the guy they voted for didn't win or 2) Racists. I'm sure I'm not the first guy to say that, I'm just saying, that's the biggest conspiracy that gets under my skin.

Quite honestly I rooted for Obama in the Democratic Primaries only because Hillary was a Senator in a state I used to live in. After he won the primary and I did more research on the man I discovered (1.) Not only the birth certificate issue but (2.) Why are his college and school records all sealed?

If I ran for the President of the United States I would release and disclose everything, my birth certificate, my baptism certificate, my school records, my arrest records, everything! I'm not some elite above the law, I'm just a common citizen who has a plan for the future glory of the country.

DWI? Hell yeah I got one. I was stupid one night and drank too much. Case closed. Marijuana possession, yep, I was 18 once too and I purposely inhaled. The point was to expand your mind. Did I get straight As? Hell no! I was too busy trying to get into little miss Mary Jane Rottencrotch's panties to do homework but I passed the exam with a 94% does that count?

Bottom line is we've been indoctrinated to elect the squeaky clean candidates who have no dirt. My point is who better to lead than someone who knows what dirt to avoid?

Sorry, but why does everyone get down on seeing proof that Obama was born in America and actually had a history other than a squeaky clean image that the CIA (NSA, FBI, Soros,etc) provided?

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 02:59 AM
reply to post by Replikant

#4 Sugar free gum - Amen brother for bringing that up, been a thorn in my side for a few years now.

Walked into a 7-11 knowing I needed gum to get through a non smoking meeting and spent like 30 minutes looking at every possible piece of gum. THEY ALL HAVE ASPARTAME!!! I finally ended up asking the clerk for the cheapest bubble gum the have for kids and Yes, it was made with sugar. Cost like 69 cents compared to the $2.19 all the other gum costs.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 03:09 AM
Everytime there is a small earthquake or a tornado somewhere I know I will check in that night to ATS and see multiple threads about how HAARP is blasting the earth creating all this in their main goal of.....well nobody ever answers that part of it.

Everytime Obama makes a speech or signs a bill how his only goal in life is to make sure he strips every single American right and Liberty away from people to make sure that the NWO can come about as easily as possible.
It's not plausible that he's just a bad President.

Fuzzy pictures of bright lights in the sky as "Proof" that aliens exists.

People constantly focusing in on details of 9/11 and claiming that it's a government conspiracy because there is something unexplainable yet they ignore every piece of evidence that corraberates the official story. They also never ask why the government would go to such great lengths to stage an event when something far easier with less risk of exposure to pull off would have had the same results. If you have a mouse in your house you don't set off a nuclear bomb you use a small trap and achieve the same results.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 03:12 AM
reply to post by Replikant

Absolutely wonderful platform for me to share. Thanks for the opportunity OP.

I'd like to say that those people who constantly live in fear of X Y and Z need to realize that by fearing those things, they are manifesting those fears into reality. Something harmless can become a fear if it is repeatedly feared over and over. It's often self-perpetuating, and that's the sad part for some people. Then, those people then spread it, and it wreaks havoc. And, if there is something actually harmful, any fear of it will only amplify its effects. As already said, a fear can be completely fabricated yet still have real effects.

I think it's awful that people make their lives worse by constantly seeking out reasons to believe they are being affected by things that everyday "normal" people are ignorant of, and in my opinion, much better off without being introduced to. Most of these things are out of the control of the individual to avoid completely, and so they end up tormenting themselves with hidden threats. It really is better to say that it does not exist or that if it does, who cares, because it is nearly or is completely out of your control.

Example: fluoride in water.
Please just drop it unless you're going to start a local campaign to get it removed from water supplies. And think of all the brilliant people in the world who drink fluoridated water, and you see it's really laughable to think that our water could have such disastrous effects.

A negative, fearful view on life is much much worse than the actual things people are subject to in day-to-day life.

Believe what you need to believe to live a happy life. Be your own friend and not your worst you-know-what.

posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 03:28 AM
Well I have a problem with the nerves in my head & face so I don't go out as much as I should but when I do the things I notice are amazing. Such as::

The post office here which is where the old dears and people get their money from is wedged in between a betting shop and a pub. So get your money off the government then drink it away or bet it away.

A kebab house which is next to an animal shelter... hmmm they never seem to run out of meat come to think of it.

I also laugh my ass off whenever someone puts REEDIN IZ STOOPID INNIT?? on facebook, which coincidentally has the same color scheme as The Jeremy Kyle show (another product of Eff'ed up relationships)

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