Have you ever been called a Conspiracy Theorist? Or told “I don’t believe in Conspiracy Theories!” Did you ever wonder where this term even came from and why it is bandied around so much these days?
According to this article, it is because actual conspiracies really do exist. I know it was used on me, to debunk what I was saying. Has this happened to you too?
(NaturalNews) Everybody’s heard the term “conspiracy theory,” and most of us have heard at least one “conspiracy” in our lifetimes. In fact, conspiracy theories abound, but that’s only because actual conspiracies really do exist.
In more recent times there were a great many conspiracies floating around about the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11, but perhaps the biggest conspiracy theories of the modern era are tied to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963.
Some believe that the CIA did it. Others have said it was a mob hit. Still others believe it could have been in response to Kennedy’s desire to stay out of Vietnam. Some have said that they believe it is a combination of these other theories.
In fact, as noted by the Center for Research on Globalization, a Canada-based think tank, the term was actually born from the Kennedy assassination, and was manipulated intentionally by the CIA, coincidentally, to debunk alternative views about what had happened, based on various accounts and other evidence at the time.
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