With conspiracy theories becoming popular, it’s time to examine their thinking.

On March 25, 2020, researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks issued the final report of a four-year computer modeling study on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7. They concluded fires did not collapse WTC 7 on 11/9/2001.


False Flags aren’t such a crazy theory, history is full of examples, see this link.


All conspiracy theorists are often attacked by media outlets. Conspiracy theorists don’t believe in all conspiracy theories, there is a wide spectrum of people, the intelligent thing to do is keep an open mind and judge each theory separately. See an example of propaganda here: 


See below for proof that the CIA has been using tactics to discredit conspiracy theorists since 1967.


Furthermore, Dr. Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor for the German main daily newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), has first hand knowledge of how the CIA and German Intelligence (BND) bribe journalists to write articles free of truth, facts, and with a decidedly pro-Western, pro-NATO bent or, in other words, propaganda. In his bestselling book. 

The Telegraph has even admitted conspiracy theorists aren’t so crazy. 


The US has spent trillions on wars in the Middle East. Foreign Policy reported: 

The Global War on Terrorism Has Failed. https://foreignpolicy.com/2019/05/11/the-global-war-on-terrorism-has-failed-heres-how-to-win/

So conspiracies don’t seem to be in the best interest of the world. Trillions could have been invested into society. It could have built our defences up or it could have upgraded our society with a new industrial revolution.


When the government and elites are being  dishonest, how do we know they are acting in the best interests of the people? 

By Tyler Durden