The Term "Conspiracy Theory" Is Not The Same As A Conspiracy.

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posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 05:38 AM
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This I believe deserves a thread, too mamy people are linking the word conspiracy with the term "conspiracy theory". When in fact the two are not the same. The recent article headline by RT posted on ATS says "its not a conspiracy" when in actual fact it is.

Conspiracy theory:
This term is used to describe a series of unanswered events that have taken place, suggesting that two or more people "may" have got together to conspire against others.

Conspiracy:
This means that two or more people actually did indeed get together and conspire against others to achieve thier own goals.

The two terms are different and making the two terms the same is a very dangerous thing for obvious reasons!
edit on 23-10-2011 by TheMindWar because: Typo




posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 05:41 AM
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So a conspiracy is a conspiracy theory that has been proven correct..

Doesn't sound like breaking news to me.



posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 05:45 AM
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Indeed, a theory is just that, a theory. A conspiracy can be a crime of huge magnitude. The RT article says about the bankers "its not a conspiracy" and then goes on the prove it is a conspiracy!! Cant post link, I am on my Iphone and have trouble with selecting text. If someone could post a link to the article it would be appreciated



posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 05:47 AM
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I thought that was a given :/ at least now other people should be clear on it now



posted on Oct, 23 2011 @ 08:02 AM
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Originally posted by TheMindWar
This I believe deserves a thread, too mamy people are linking the word conspiracy with the term "conspiracy theory". When in fact the two are not the same. The recent article headline by RT posted on ATS says "its not a conspiracy" when in actual fact it is.

Conspiracy theory:
This term is used to describe a series of unanswered events that have taken place, suggesting that two or more people "may" have got together to conspire against others.

Conspiracy:
This means that two or more people actually did indeed get together and conspire against others to achieve thier own goals.

The two terms are different and making the two terms the same is a very dangerous thing for obvious reasons!
edit on 23-10-2011 by TheMindWar because: Typo



Yes, conspiracy is real. It is even punished in law "conspiring to pervert the cause of justice" as they say in the UK.

Very important this to remember. Like with the Kennedy assassination; there was a real conspiracy to murder him, and there are conspiracy theories as to the events and perpetrators involved. The theories abound whenever we are given answers that we cannot accept because we suspect something isn't right about the version we are being expected to believe. So say the 9/11 events involved a definite conspiracy. Yet, because we find such great holes in the official version we have been given, we are trying to theorise and piece together a more accurate picture. It is healthy and wise to entertain other possibilities in this world of illusion.





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