What are THE MOST ABSURB conspiracy theories you have heard about the future of the
The fact that you call it conspiracy theory already determines the answer. Liberals and the US government use Conspiracy Theories as if it automatically removes it from being considered.
Conspiracy Theories exist when the answer given to the questions don't make sense. 911 for example has several so called conspiracy theories. Many are based on the failure of the 911 report. That report BTW didn't explain or even mention the free fall of WTC 7.
There was a lack of forensic testing or even material to test. All the steel went to China?
Anyway, the point is that the reports didn't answer or do a good job of explaining the events, and the cause of their results.
This differs from the root of your question here. This question is really an opinion about opinions because the events haven't occurred.
del if u wish
Memo, meant ABSURD, typo there. I was typing too fast and saved it without checking, so sorry. Continue responding.
I have not heard any conspiracy theories about "The Future of the United States". Do you have examples?
I've heard a lot of conspiracy theories in the past, most of them absurd, and tend to read them only because, like bad jokes, they have a tendency to clue you in on who people have been talking to.
When it comes to most (if not all) conspires I think of one theory and one man.
"when you have two competing theories that make exactly the same predictions, the simpler one is the better." When you have a choice between an elaborate conspiracy or a simple explanation the simple one is usually correct.
In 1735 in Poor Richard’s Almanac Benjamin Franklin penned "Three May Keep a Secret if Two are Dead." People can’t keep secrets for long just ask the Watergate people, Iran/Contra, Monica Lewinski and others.
Now if you will excuse me the UN are waiting for me in my black helicopter to take me to my secret layer and the Monthly Illuminati meeting where we plan everything for oh wait I have said too much
The most absurd I've heard actually originated in England, but has caught on with a few in the states. It states that there are lizard people in hiding ready to take over world governments, including the USA.
The guy, David Icke is certifiable. And, he has a bunch of conspiracy theories, too.
Anyway, the woman that organized the failed truckers against Obama protest (or coup?) was a devote follower of him. And if I'm correct, she made the list on Encyclopedia of American Loons. So, yeah, they're here.
Its true... I am a lizard person myself. Or I was, before I decided to become a human. We have a technology that allows us to transform genetically into just about any type of being you can imagine.
Sorry ken that makes you an illegal alien. Trump and ICE are on the way.
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