Of all the names I have been called, and there have been many, conspiracy theorist is one I have come to embrace. Once I jumped down the rabbit hole and became aware of the issues facing us today I started to hear that term more and more. I didn’t understand why I was being called this name when I wasn’t using theories, but rather facts. Quickly I found that this was a way for the elite and globalist to try to discredit us and make us look paranoid or just flat out crazy. I remember the day vividly when I said to myself, “OK globalist, I accept your challenge.” Every since that moment I have welcomed the challenge to put my research to the test. Like I predicted, the research has stood up to time, criticism, attacks, and a wave of emotion that would have brought some down. I remained sturdy and true in the research.
Before we go any farther let’s define the term conspiracy theorist. If we break down the two words we can easily see that the term has no legitimate place among the truth tellers and liberty movement. Take the first word, conspiracy. By definition conspiracy is when more than one person conspire to do something. We can all agree that not one person, but many are in control of the decisions that are taking us deeper into tyranny. Therefore, we have a conspiracy. The second word in the term is theorist. When I am discussing anything about globalism, New World Order, or any issue I use facts, not theories. Often times I use their own words, writings, and objectives. That hardly makes me a theorist.
The term conspiracy theorist was coined by the C.I.A. after the John F. Kennedy assassination as an attempt to diminish the outcry from the public that the Kennedy assassination was an inside job. For many years, really up to the past couple years, the C.I.A. was successful in their attempt. We are now seeing a mass awakening thanks to horrible foreign policy, endless wars, a fiat monetary system, and other “conspiracy theories” that have all been proven true. The “in crowd” is slowly, but surely, joining the conspiracy theorist.
So what constitutes being called a conspiracy theorist. Well I do not have time to go over all of them, but some topics that will get you called conspiracy theorist is wanting to end the Federal Reserve because of their fictitious hold they have over nations. Along with funding both sides of every war, they set policies and control nation’s economies through a hidden tax called artificial inflation. Not open to any audit or congressional oversight, the Federal Reserve, or the Fed, has complete reign over wars, economies, policies, and control our politicians like puppets. Yes, even and especially the Presidency.
Undeclared wars is another topic that brings out the haters of truth and liberty. Just the mention of not supporting these undeclared wars brings out some nasty vibes in people. They act like we are to just blindly support the troops regardless of what they are told to do. Let’s remember they voluntarily swore an oath to defend the Constitution against enemies foreign or domestic. Yet, we are seeing them breach their oath at the beacon call of a corrupt and agenda driven government.
We are seeing countries go after Monsanto and other companies that produce G.M.O. foods and in America we are called conspiracy theorist even though the ones calling us the names does not even know what Monsanto is, let alone what they are doing to the food supply. Demanding a simple act like labeling our food gets us heckled and ridiculed. If one would just take a brief moment to research Monsanto and all the legal actions taken against them then they would quickly join our side. Instead it is easier to just use that term – conspiracy theorist.
One that I am finding out to be a controversial topic is chemtrails. The ignorance or acceptance that this is a fact is overwhelming. Chemtrail pilots have come out and exposed the program. Governments have acknowledged cloud seeding, H.A.A.R.P. program, and other evidence surrounding the program, but the masses still refuse to grasp what chemtrails are all about. Next time you go outside, look up. Theory will move over to facts and the denial will be out of ignorance, not facts.
And let’s touch on the mother load of all conspiracies. The elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about head on – 9/11. How two planes could knock down three buildings, defying all science, physics, engineering, architectural accomplishments, and just flat out common sense is beyond me. With little research one can come to the conclusion that the official report and the investigation that led to the official report is at best an elaborate piece of science fiction. When building 7 enters the equation it is hard to accept the lies that led to war(s) and a lost of freedoms and liberties we have seen since 9/11.
Acting on emotion instead of rational thinking and a conclusive and independent investigation, we started a war with Iraq and Afghanistan. Both countries our own government acknowledges had nothing to do with the events of that day. Did Americans question our involvement in these wars since they had nothing to do with the 9/11 plot? Nope. They just screamed from the top of their lungs to go to war and to put a “boot up their ass” as one country artist proudly sang. The chants of “turn the sand into glass”, “kill ’em all”, and other ignorant statements based solely on fear and not resolve were at the peak during the aftermath of 9/11. Questions like, “why was the steel (evidence) immediately sold off to china”, or “how does a skyscraper like building 7 fall without being hit by an airplane”, or even a discussion about how the twin towers were designed to withstand multiple hits from aircraft were not in the forefront of the discussion. In fact, if you were to bring these questions up you were instantly labeled and no thought given to the questions being asked.
So having said all of this I gladly accept the label. Call me what you will, I will stand by the facts and research. One thing I do ask of you is that before you use that term ask yourself how much time and resources you have on the subject. Chances are that the person you are about to call a conspiracy theorist has hundreds of hours of research on the subjects. Globalist, elitist, banker scum, dirty politicians, and naysayers, checkmate.
Written by: Michael Howell
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