a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful.
a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something.
a crazy explanation of events propounded by a group of wackos.
The Government’s Story on 911:
a conspiracy theory
Why do we need a conspiracy theory definition? The term “conspiracy theory” has come to mean something other than what it originally meant.
Emotions and brainwashing aside, all it means is someone has a theory that an incident involves at least two people plotting to do something. Usually something of a destructive nature. But thanks to our friends in the MSM (Mainstream Media – owned and controlled by the International Banksters), conspiracy theory has become a derogatory word for someone who’s a bit paranoid and has a tendency to favor tinfoil hats.
What a great way to divert attention away from real conspiracies! Nobody wants to be seen as a nut job. So good people avoid conspiracy talk, conspiracy books, conspiracy documentaries like the plague. To quote a comedy skit from Rowan and Martin’s “Laugh In”, “that’s what they want you to believe!”
The problem is, conspiracies are real. Open any history book (that hasn’t been completely rewritten for someone’s agenda) and you’ll find wall to wall conspiracies. That’s right. History is full of them.
So why has it become a dirty word? Could it be that that’s part of the BIG CONSPIRACY? Keep their plans out of sight by making the subject too crazy to look at. Why, they might even create fake conspiracies just so they can disprove it in the press and show how really ridiculous conspiracy theorists are. How devious!