Top 10 Conspiracy Theories

Fancy a bit of a conspiracy? Come on man just for the hell of it. You can conspire to do anything. Anything! Or invent one. You only have to say it aloud and it may catch on. Something like the French revolution never happened. France had been a republic for a thousand years. Marie Antoinette never existed. Can it be?

Too far fetched? Then listen to the top ten conspiracy theories.

Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone (or possibly not at all).

A number of conspiracy theories exist with regard to the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. Such theories began to be generated soon after his death, and continue to be proposed today. Many of these theories propose a criminal conspiracy involving parties such as the Federal Reserve, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the KGB, the Mafia, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director J. Edgar Hoover, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Fidel Castro, George H. W. Bush, Cuban exile groups opposed to the Castro government and the military and/or government interests of the United States.

Princess Diana was killed on purpose.

In 1997, Princess Diana (Princess of Wales) and Dodi Fayed (son of Mohamed Fayed, owner of the Ritz Hotel and Harrods) were killed in a car accident while trying to get away from press photographers in Paris. The scandal surrounding their relationship (Dodi was Muslim whilst Diana was the mother of the future head of the Church of England) has led many people to speculate that they were actually killed in order to prevent further scandal to the throne of England.

AIDS is a man-made disease.

Since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first reported the HIV/AIDS epidemic in 1981, rumors have persisted that the deadly virus was created by the CIA to wipe out homosexuals and African Americans. Even today, the conspiracy theory has a number of high-profile believers. South African President Thabo Mbeki once touted the theory, disputing scientific claims that the virus originated in Africa and accusing the U.S. government of manufacturing the disease in military labs. When she won the Nobel Peace Prize, Kenyan ecologist Wangari Maathai used the international spotlight to support that theory as well.

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The government was involved in 911.

Many conspiracy theories have been presented concerning the September 11, 2001 attacks, many of them claiming that President George W. Bush and/or individuals in his administration knew about the attacks beforehand and purposefully allowed them to occur because the attacks would generate public support for militarization, expansion of the police state, and other intrusive foreign and domestic policies by which they would benefit.

An 1990 report from the group stated that “some catastrophic and catalyzing event — like a new Pearl Harbor” would be needed to budge public opinion in their favor.

Elvis is not really dead.

Many fans persist in claiming he is still alive, that he went into hiding for various reasons. This claim is allegedly backed up by thousands of so-called sightings. The main reason given in support of the belief that Presley faked his death is that, on his grave, his middle name Aron is spelt as Aaron.

The 1969 Apollo moon landing didn't happen.

It's now more than four decades since Neil Armstrong took his "giant leap for mankind" — if, that is, he ever set foot off this planet. Doubters say the U.S. government, desperate to beat the Russians in the space race, faked the lunar landings, with Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin acting out their mission on a secret film set, located (depending on the theory) either high in the Hollywood Hills or deep within Area 51. With the photos and videos of the Apollo missions only available through NASA, there's no independent verification that the lunar landings were anything but a hoax.

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A UFO crashed in Roswell, New Mexico.

By the early 1990s, UFO researchers such as Friedman, William Moore, Karl Pflock, and the team of Kevin Randle and Don Schmitt had interviewed several hundred people who had, or claimed to have had, a connection with the events at Roswell in 1947. Additionally, hundreds of documents were obtained via Freedom of Information Act requests, as were some apparently leaked by insiders, such as the disputed “Majestic 12? documents. Their conclusions were that at least one alien craft had crashed in the Roswell vicinity, that aliens, some possibly still alive, were recovered, and that a massive cover-up of any knowledge of the incident was put in place.

Global warming is a hoax.

The suggestion of a conspiracy to promote the theory of global warming was put forward in a 1990 documentary The Greenhouse Conspiracy broadcast by Channel Four in the United Kingdom on 12 August 1990, as part of the Equinox series, which asserted that scientists critical of global warming theory were denied funding.

Shakespeare didn't write all those plays.

That there is so little known about the real William Shakespeare has prompted plenty of theories about our most famous bard to pop up. Here are the most widely known.

Various authors
In 1848 the American Joseph C Hart wrote a book putting forward the argument that the plays were written by several different authors. In 1856 Delia Bacon, another American, wrote an article to support this theory and attributed the authorship to a group of people who were overseen by Sir Francis Bacon and Sir Walter Raleigh.

Edward de Vere
Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford was also the Lord Great Chamberlain of England and a courtier poet. There is little evidence that suggests he did write them, but some believe there are references in the plays to de Vere's life and that there are a series of codes in the writing that implicate the Earl as the author. This is the theory put forward in the new film Anonymous.

Reptilian humanoids control all of us.

The conspiracy theorist and New Age philosopher, who wore only turquoise for a time and insisted on being called Son of God-Head, says these "Annunaki" (the reptiles) have controlled humankind since ancient times; they count among their number Queen Elizabeth, George W. Bush, Henry Kissinger, Bill and Hillary Clinton and Bob Hope. Encroaching on other conspiracy theorists' territory, Icke even claims that the lizards are behind secret societies like the Freemasons and the Illuminati.

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Do you still think it is too far fetched? The world is full of conspiracies. This is just the tip of the iceberg. Don’t relax, they are out to get us!

Comments (8)

jesus-christ was a cyborg !tinfoil hat
5 and 6 don't hold water,

number 1 and the rest do hold,

conspriracy is a funny word, usually means anyone
believing such topics can be labeled as such
allowing the perp to operate in the open in plain view

good post
And there are many more , there are some conspiracy theories and there are many conspiracy facts
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Conspiracies are paranoid delusions!!
Not one proven yet!!
Illuminati theory been round forever!! Woulda been a leak by now!!
UFO theories are ludicrous!!
Just my opinion
Ya'll entitled to yours!!
Interesting? With the exception of a few ... most could be linked to one element. Neat thing with conspiracies, there is usually "some" element of truth somewhere or it wouldn't exist. Interesting topic.
Exactly my sentiment. Great minds think alike!
10 9 an 5 are bull rest in my opinion are right usa is hiding plenty from the rest of world .WHOS GETTING NUKED FIRST
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