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Conspiracy theories Anonymous 386

Which ones do you believe in?

Anonymous 387

Did you get inspiration from my post? lol tysm for the thread, I hope it grows. I love reading people's thoughts on the topic.

God, i wish I would believe in reptillians and things like that, it'd make my life a lot more fun.
I don't exactly believe in "the Illuminati", but I don't doubt powerful families all around the world are linked and still controlling the world. Tbh when you stop to think and pay attention to the eye thing it really is everywhere. It's most likely just a coincidence, but still, it's something to observe.

Anonymous 390

>>387
I agree with you about powerful families, but not about reptilians so much.
There's clear evidence for the powerful families theory, but it's more like that it's companies that are powerful, and men get around the monopoly laws by owning one big company but sitting on the board of a bunch of others, or stacking the board with relatives: just sitting on the board isn't ownership, but it does allow them control. Like the reason you won't see Apple products for sale at Costco is because Bill Gates' dad is on the board of directors. That's control but not ownership, so monopoly laws aren't applicable, which sucks.

It's like that with other companies too. A lot of Putin's friends own or are on the board of directors for several large companies. Putin's bff even supposedly co-owns a sports team with Beyonce and her husband.

The only upside is that control is slowly sliding into the hands of Silicon Valley. Emotionally and personality-wise the computer literate hipster crowd is more likely to not get along and get into a slap-fight over a Trilby, meaning less uniform control of the populace as power-couples crumble.

Anonymous 395

Conspiracy theories are so interesting. I love hearing about them, especially if it's weird stuff.
However I dislike how the term conspiracy theory is used to discredit people sometimes. Something that used to be called a conspiracy theory is that companies and government organizations collect as much data as possible about everyone.

I also believe that powerful groups have a lot of control over things like the other anons mentioned.

>>387
>Tbh when you stop to think and pay attention to the eye thing it really is everywhere. It's most likely just a coincidence, but still, it's something to observe.
If I was a celebrity I would make some hidden references from time to time just to mess with people. I wonder if some of them do that.

Anonymous 400

The only one I really, truly believe in is Apollo 11 and Apollo 12 were fake.

Anonymous 401

Putting ice in drinks was invented by greedy corporates/da j00s as a way for businesses to be cheap and serve less beverage for the same amount of money. And yes I order all of my drinks with no ice I want to drink my raspberry coke not my raspberry coke diluted with slightly cooler water damn it.

Anonymous 403

Matrix glitch theory. I know its a movie, but sometimes I experience things and think it has to NOT be a coincidence.

Also, I don't know if lucid dreaming is still a "conspiracy" but I do think people can control realms in their sleep despite people disproving this as a legitimate skill.

Anonymous 406

>>403
>despite people disproving this as a legitimate skill.
Since when has lucid dreaming been refuted? I've seen that a lot of studies back it up as a real phenomenon. That being said, I've gotten sporadic lucid dreams every few months or so since childhood, and for the past year I've built on that skill a bit. There's nothing really mysterious about it, a lot of people will experience it at least once in their lifetime.

Anonymous 426

Freemasons did the french revolution

Anonymous 427

>>401
So true. I always ask for two cups, one for my beverage and one filled with ice so I can add it with I want to.

Anonymous 477

A guy I work with believes that the moon is an ancient watch tower left behind by aliens. He says that the Egyptian pyramids as well as the pyramids in South America were some sort of weapon that was used to damage said watch tower, giving the moon the appearance it has today. There are entire YouTube channels dedicated to this nonsense.

Anonymous 570

Throughout my entire childhood, my favourite was that Area 51 houses some secret alien technology after a UFO crash in Roswell. Even to this day, I still want to visit Roswell one day like some kind of pilgrimage and get the whole dorky, touristy experience by talking to bar owners about UFO sightings lol.

Anonymous 619

>>386
I believe pretty strongly that Kurt Cobain was killed by an assassin hired by Courtney Love and his death was framed as a suicide.

https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Kurt_Cobain_murder_conspiracy_theories

Anonymous 620

>>619
This conspiracy was pretty wide-spread at the time

I believe that there is a group of people that methodically and knowingly are pushing immigration of able-bodied, fighting-aged men from the Islamic fundamentalist middle-east into Europe and the mass terrorist attacks and mass rapes are merely a preview of what's to come and the media's push for acceptance and the governments' cognitive dissonance is conditioning.

Anonymous 621

During Hurricane Katrina, the Murphy Oil refinery in St. Bernard parish, just outside of New Orleans, had a container rupture and leak oil on a lot of the surrounding neighborhood, including my grandparents and aunt/uncle's houses. After the clean up the land was deemed uninhabitable and the oil company was able to purchase all the land for very, very cheap. Many people that were affected and in the area believe that the oil company did it on purpose, and I tend to believe them.

Disney's frozen is only titled like that so when you Google "Disney frozen" the movie comes up instead of conspiracy theories

Swiper and The Map are in cahoots! Think about it… Swiper always seems to know exactly where Dora is going to be. And who is always telling her exactly where to go? Wake up sheeple!

Anonymous 624

>>619
El Duce right? Did you see that video of him being interviewed and then you can hear a woman screaming "help me" in the background or something like that? Pretty chilling

Anonymous 625

>>401
>And yes I order all of my drinks with no ice I want to drink my raspberry coke not my raspberry coke diluted with slightly cooler water damn it

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Although I curse internally when the dude filling the cup doesnt fill it to the top and leave a space of like 2 inches ("because you dont want ice lol"). Fuck u.

Anonymous 658

>>624
El Duce claims that Courtney offered him the gig, but that he turned it down and Allen Wrench (another shitty musician) did the deed. Duce died not long after, hit by a train in suspicious circumstances.

In Kurt and Courtney it is also suggested that Courtney had something to do with the overdose death of Kristen Pfaff, her old bassist who Kurt admired greatly. Perhaps too greatly.

I think Kurt killed himself, though. Long story.

Anonymous 659

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I wouldn't say I believe in it but I can see the posibility being totally reasonable – in that the moon landing could be fake.
They had reason to (russian space race) and the means, and the weird stuff like the original, clear footage being deleted/tapes reused for other footage. Like what??? Possibly the greatest historical achievement of our people but they taped over the originals? Okay.

But I also think they could have gone and done it, for realsies, too.


Also here's some footage I hadn't seen before of the plane hitting the Pentagon. Spicy.

Anonymous 993

Just found this one, The New Order of the Barbarians

https://pastebin.com/cFa6x8M8

Spoopy…

Anonymous 1004

I like reallygraceful's conspiracy channel on YouTube but I wish she would post sources for where she gets her info

Anonymous 1005


Anonymous 1019

>>386
Pizza Gate. There is something fishy going on in there, im not sure about children being stored in pizza shops, but those emails obviously have some sort of code in them. I mean, many of the people who were associated with it were called out for being pedophiles before it was confirmed, so there is some sort of legitimacy in the theory.

Anonymous 1020

A guide to the tru…

>SkyBeef

Anonymous 1031

>>1004
I enjoy her channel too! I also like Kendall Rae and embarrassingly, Shane Dawson lol. Apparently he's going back to the conspiracy videos soon.

Anonymous 1043

>>1020
YouTube monkey torture is so far down this list but that one isn't even a conspiracy, the worst vids get deleted but you can go watch playlists full of videos right now that look like reuploads from Chinese streaming services right now of people holding monkeys by the neck and filming their terrified reactions and animal on monkey violence filmed for human entertainment

Anonymous 1064

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Don't you think it's kinda suspicious how there's so few conspiracy theories about the church of scientology? They have their fingers in every pie from Hollywood to Neopets and yet nobody bats an eye…

Anonymous 1065

>>1019
Look up the Franklin Coverup and watch Conspiracy of Silence on youtube.

Anonymous 1066

>>1064
It's because we don't need any conspiracy theories about it, we know it's fucked and they're not even subtle about their abuse.

Anonymous 1068

>>1064
That's exactly why. NGL I really want to attend a meeting or take one of their tests.

Anonymous 1070

>>1068
I used to work next to one of their branches (a highly-expensive building in a really exclusive area, just showed me how powerful they are) and they opened another huge branch close to where I live recently (in a building that belonged to another cult). Apparently it was a big deal and the founder's son attended. So many times I've been tempted to drop in when I pass them to see how crazy their test is or to see if I can get any funny leaflets but every time I chicken out. They're actually very intimidating. The buildings are high security and guards will ask you what your business is there. They turn people away who seem like they're just there out of curiosity and aren't genuinely serious about joining. I think they're afraid of being filmed.

In the lead up to them building the new branch they had people working for them for free and charging them for courses just to do translations. They were distributing leaflets in the area and going around to businesses and questioning things that didn't align with their beliefs (modern medicine, alcohol etc). They've set up all of these shady charities and companies so that they can target students, addicts, people with mental health problems and low-income families under the guise that they're helping. There's even allegations of them spying on people who aren't even members in public areas. I've seen what happened to Clearwater and I'm terrified that the same will happen here.

Anonymous 1076

Has anyone seen this tv interview of this 11yr old ""drag queen""? The whole video is like one long, bad gut feeling.
>audience act like total shills, applauding everything the kid says
>kid seems either mentally challenged or subdued in some way and is also emaciated
>kid's father looks fucking creepy
I don't know, something seems off.

Anonymous 1077

>>1064

Because they're so out there? Maybe it's an area/interest thing but most people I know who give a rat's ass about scientology think they're creepy as Fuck. I have a few secondhand stories of my own from friends who weren't just having a lark but were genuinely interested in Scientology. Scary stuff. Major intimidation tactics.

Anonymous 1078

>>1077
Tell your stories?

Anonymous 1079

Gerald Bill was assassinated by the CIA because he was on the verge of undercutting the space shuttle before the NRO could get all their satellites in orbit.

Anonymous 1080

>>1079
Gerald Bull, darn it

Anonymous 1092

>>1076
It’s super off. I’ve thought this for a while. Children shouldn’t be allowed to be this sexualised, the parents are complete enablers and it’s disgusting. He will be such a damaged adult, I’m calling it now. He’ll end up dead by drugs or an hero.

Anonymous 1113

>>1092

Ntayrt but I feel the same way about young kids who look about 7-8 (boys and girls) who do mua YouTube videos with really adult, sexually looks. They have really nice looking production so the parents are obviously encouraging it. It just creeps me out because I feel like they're going to become damaged in the future. Maybe I'm just a creep.

Anonymous 1130

Just found this video about gangstalking techniques being conducted on low level private security guards, I used to be a private security guard in a remote area on government-owned property and some of the things discussed in this video are eerily familiar to some things I experienced. A loud as hell and scary sounding metallic frequency blasted for hours (there was a military-owned radio tower on the property), cars that would follow me to and from the gate outside my workplace with freemason bumper stickers, military looking guys showing up and asking me things like "do you work here?" and when I said yes they'd say something cryptic like "good" and leave, groups of people sneaking up behind my workstation and leaving silently when I heard their footsteps and shined my flashlight on them, and I was also very isolated and working 80+ hour a week overnight shifts alone. The Navy Seals were also doing some kind of training there. Could all be coincidences of course and this is just an unsubstantiated conspiracy YouTube video with no conclusive proof of anything, and of course I have no way to prove what I'm saying is true either, but I did quit that job because it was making me go nuts lol.

Anonymous 1247

Spoiled because I'm going into ideas of child sexual abuse - While there is sexual abuse in Hollywood and it's heavily implied
that kids are involved, but as of recent there have been more underaged and sexual e-celberties as of late i.e danielle bregoli, malu trevejo and danielle cohn just to name a few, I believe since all these girls are sexual and still being signed to record deals and being on ads. I think their managers, producer's or some other system must be all working together or at least have a common cause to normalize sexual behavior in children and sexualize them til adults seeing kids as sex objects if not already, and if these young girls come out as being sexually abused in their youth, it would be dismissed in a i.e. she was asking for it through her clothes and makeup. I mean a year or two ago Musical.ly still had ads on YouTube there was one of Malu who is now 16 so back then she was younger twerking to a song about sex, I mean why would a app show that in an ad. It's disgusting and disturbing that that ad may be seen to thousands if not a million people when Musical.ly was popping off.


Sorry for the long rant.



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