History is a conspiracy

History IS conspiracy. 

Anyone who denies that you really shouldn’t bother with quite frankly.

When people ask me if I’m a conspiracy theorist I always reply “I deal in facts not theory.”

There are many ways to deal with people on the attack against truthseekers. You can effectively destroy their argument very quickly. The following link is a good way of dealing with an anti conspiracy theorist:


Finally, we will see an even greater concerted effort by the establishment to control the populous yet more.
Endgame is so very close for ‘God’s chosen’. There are only two Islamic countries left that oppose Israel. Syria is being attacked and Iran is, at the moment, at peace. Jews control nations through control of governments, msm, judiciary and academia. They’ve subverted all culture bringing in their political correctness. They have indoctrinated people to accept mass immigration, homosexuality and soon paedophilia. They do have a clear run left to the finishing line.

The very fact, muppets like the man in the video are on mainstream proves my final point. As Tomato Bubble says (anti conspiracy theorist link):

“I’m not saying that governments don’t lie, but a conspiracy like that would have to involve 100’s of people. You can’t hide something like that.”

RESPONSE: “You’re absolutely right. I agree with you 100%. It is impossible to totally cover up a conspiracy so massive. That’s why I know about it! What you must understand is that they don’t have to cover it up totally. Even a bucket that has a few  leaks can still do the job of carrying water from here to there! They only need to fool 80% of the public, which isn’t hard to do when you control the major networks and newspapers. The 10-20% that do figure it out (and the fewer still who will dare to speak their minds about it) can be very easily marginalized with the propaganda label “conspiracy theorist.” The 80% +  never take us critical thinkers seriously because they want to be part of the majority. This is known as groupthink.



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