You don’t have to fall very far down the rabbit hole before you start encountering all manner of government conspiracies.
All in the name of “the national interest.”
So with all the craziness happening in the world today, and the fact that some conspiracy theories have later proved to be true, such as Project Sunshine, MK-Ultra just to name a few, there comes a point in every critical thinker’s life where you have to wonder,“what else are they hiding?”
Sometimes I get asked what conspiracy theories I actually believe in. Well, listen up, I’m about to tell you seven conspiracy theories that I actually believe are true.
Who hasn’t wondered how much of the news they see is even real? “Fake news” has become the favorite term for news that does little more than spew lies and spin.
For decades the press enjoyed an outsized share of the public’s trust, so what happened?
Mass media is certainly capable of manipulating audiences in order to alter ‘global perception’ about people and events. We know that the media has been used to both cover up the existence of UFOs as well as to gaslight audiences. But the influence of the intelligence community doesn’t stop at mere errors of omission.
Not only has the government lied about unexplained (yet readily-observed) phenomena, but they’ve gone so far as to bribe or intimidate journalists into revealing their sources, spreading propaganda for them, or putting a lid on a story.
Project Mockingbird, which was admitted to in the 1970s, was never officially shut down – we believe that some form of it exists today and continues to ensnare the American public in a web of lies.
This theory would seem to be supported by the fact that, in 2012, under Obama’s presidency and Hillary’s State Department, the government prohibitions against domestic use of propaganda were “conveniently” allowed to expire.
Click here if you want to read more about the US government’s propaganda efforts.Conspiracy #2
In fact, many important figures in our own government have called for more transparency surrounding the topic of UFOs.
Former Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid says“The US government has been covering up evidence of UFO encounters for years.”
Harry Reid made this astonishing claim in the documentary 'The Phenomenon.’ In it, the director proceeds to ask “Are you saying that there’s some evidence that still hasn’t seen the light of day?”
“I’m saying most of it hasn’t seen the light of day,” Reid replies.
And that’s not all.
Senator Marco Rubio says, regarding the recently released Pentagon UFO report“[the] worry is that the stuff is flying over our facilities and we don’t know what they are.”
He goes on to say“I don’t know if there are aliens. I don’t know if they visited here. I’m not, you know, when you talk about that stuff, everyone gets, you know, stigmatized about it. My thing is very simple, we don’t know what that stuff is that’s flying over the top of our installations. Let’s find out.”
It sounds like members of our own government are full-on believers. Like our contemporary politicians, so am I. What do you believe?
There’s too many examples to list right here, so if you want to look into some of the more well known one, click here.
During World War II, there were reports that the Germans built an operational flying saucer, known as the Hanebu, which was said to use mythical technology found in ancient Indian texts.
Another craft was rumored to have been constructed with the help of psychics and mediums who claimed to have received detailed blueprints from extraterrestrial beings. I know, right!
And nothing in Nazi Germany’s arsenal can explain the “foo-fighter” description. One airman’s observation from that time—that the foo fighters follow the fighters so closely as to seem almost magnetized to them—is particularly confounding, given that “there just wasn’t the propulsion or metallurgical technology that could enable something like that.”
Could aliens have given us advanced technology, passed down through history? Could this technology have helped the Third Reich build mysterious weapons and crafts far beyond the limits of 20th century science?
Click here if you want to read more about technology recovered from the Nazis.Conspiracy #4
Operation Paperclip was the recruiting of Nazi Scientists (most notably Wernher Von Braun) into NASA and to play key roles in advancing the United States to win the Space Race. More than 1,600 German scientists, engineers, and technicians were brought from Germany to the United States after WWII as part of a secret program.
The program was controversial from the start, even among the intelligence communities. How would they explain that nearly all the sought-after scientists and engineers had connections to the Nazi party, the German war effort, or even, in some instances, to war crimes? Several of the Paperclip scientists were later investigated because of their links with the Nazi Party during the war. However, despite a universal reluctance to deal with anyone connected to the Nazi regime, necessity forced the military authorities to skirt the rules prohibiting their employment.
Project Paperclip is most famous for bringing top German rocket scientists and technologies to the US, but the seizure of war technology led to other important advances…. the German intellectual capital was formidable and priceless. German achievements extended beyond mere advances in weapons. They included developments in wind tunnels, materials, and other disciplines necessary to build an advanced scientific infrastructure in the USA and around the world.
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Hey, we believe this because it’s cool. The question whether aliens exists and have contact with earth has intrigued the global scientific community for many decades, if not hundreds of years! Time and again, certain phenomenon occur which are simply beyond the explanation of any known scientific principle on earth.
What if I told you that a growing segment of the scientific community firmly believes that there are alien bases on moon and that members of NASA count themselves amongst the “believers”
And what if I told you that NASA itself has even photographed an alien building on the surface of the Moon!
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Ever looked out the window and seen the streaks criss-crossing the sky? No list of believable conspiracy theories would be complete without mentioning chemtrails. And I am not the only American who believes that various global powers, including the US government, are running these chemtrail programs.
Versions of the chemtrails theory abound and ours is this:
Mysterious airplanes are spraying chemicals into the atmosphere to form sun-blocking artificial cloud cover and control the weather.
This is done in secret for a lot of reasons – not the least of which is these chemicals wreak havoc on environment and human health. Believers of this theory claim that Alzheimers, other neurological disorders, breathing problems and cancer are just a few of the complications that can develop from this chemical cocktail.
It would make sense that the government doesn’t want word of this reaching the public: because public knowledge would tend to expose them to massive liability. And we all know the government’s track record on being accountable to its citizens.
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By no means is this list complete, but it's a good start.
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