I side with Astyanax on this one.
We all know that conspiracy happens, that's why there is a word for conspiracy. (hint : that word is conspiracy).
However, in most documented cases, none of these "conspiracies" have involved (to our knowledge), anything other than governement, clergy, big
buisiness (or a motley mix of all) playing a game that we can all understand : POWER© (coming soon to a planet near you).
These entities needed to stay in power, because power was their original purpose. Thusly, they allied with other groups, schemed, funded, murdered,
false-flagged etc...whatever they had to do to stay in the game, because, as I have already mentioned, the game was the very nature of said
However, if our history books are correct, no proof indicates that Guy Fawkes was the agent of satanist grey aliens, nor was the gulf of Tonkin a
bohemian grove ritual sacrifice and I am also quite certain that the Boston Tea-Party was not a planet-X alignement plot to destroy the world to
benefit the gay/communist/feminist/jew/homeless/nazi/illuminati agenda.
So... do conspiracies exist : yes.
Is everything a conspiracy : no.
Are many conspiracy theories out there completely bat$hit crazy : yes.
Are some of those true : maybe.
My point ? By affirming that they *know*, most conspiracy theorists *prove* that they don't.
edit on 28-5-2013 by Ismail because: (no reason