Conspiracy theorists were not right. (Not the one's shouting "Illuminati, NWO, Aliens ate my doughnut, False Flag @ McDonalds, Nibiru is coming,
The rational minds who don't believe everything they hear, know they way the world works, understand that these kinds of things happen, refuse to make
blanket statements simply because they watched a YouTube video... Those people were right.
This is not a revelation. Plenty of professors, whistleblowers and intelligent minds would be aware of this or the possibility of this for decades.
I refuse to acknowledge people who have pushed nonsensical and detrimental ideology into the 'conspiracy crowd' as they have done more to hurt it than
There is evidence of major problems within Trilateral commission, the UN, the Big Banks, IMF, World Bank, etc, etc. But labelling them all Illuminati,
and saying they want to put you in FEMA camps has only made the people who enjoy conspiracy literature and alternative media look like a bunch of
In any case, interesting article.
I suppose the major spin is about to come in the few months to follow so long as MSM picks it up. But this is a couple months old already and I'm not
sure if it's seen any light...
The gold manipulation doesn't surprise me in the least. After the housing collapse, and the pop up of so many "Cash for Gold" schemes online and
advertised on broadcast TV, hordes of people saying "Buy Gold!" online.. I saw it as a definite scheme, that gold would bubble up and eventually
Fortunes must have been made off that one. Get people to dump their personal items for pennies on the dollar, melt it down, sell it back to
"investors" (See: Anyone with money who visits Alex Jones et al)
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