You Are a Secret Conspiracy Theorist

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by Liam Scheff: Five
False Predictions of the AIDSEstablishment

by Liam Scheff



You! Yes, you,
sane and calm, worldly-wise and down-to-earth. You’re not a
conspiracy theorist, are you?

Of course not!
You don’t go along with plots to hatch and scheme and plans
to deceive? Do you?

But do you
ever deceive? Do you personally ever participate in deception? (Well…everybody
fibs now and then, right? No?) But what about a real deception?
You’re not part of one of those…

Would you know
if you were? What if most deception is self-deception? (Is it a
philosophical question? No, it’s a real-world problem).

So, are you
a conspiracy theorist?

But what
is a conspiracy? What is conspiracy but deception between two
or more individuals or parties? In simplest terms, a “conspiracy”
is first and foremost an untruth, or deception – a lie –
told by one person, or by many people, to another person, or to
many people. Have a gander:

arguments for a conspiracy theory are indeed often dismissed on
the grounds that no one conspiracy could possibly control everything.
But that is not what this theory sets out to show. Quigley is
not saying that modern history is the invention of an esoteric
cabal designing events omnipotently to suit its ends. The implicit
claim, on the contrary, is that a multitude of conspiracies contend
in the night. Clandestinism is not the usage of a handful
of rogues, it is a formalized practice of an entire class
in which a thousand hands spontaneously join. Conspiracy is the
normal continuation of normal politics by normal means.u201D ~ Carl Ogelsby
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Oh, but you’re
not a u201CConspiracy Theorist,” are you?

Sure you are!
You’re soaking in it! You’re paying for the privilege.

Name a popular movie, television program or book, whose premise
is not based on the fact that human beings deceive themselves and
each other. Go through the list of top-grossing films, or pieces
of fiction and non-fiction in any media form – and count the
number that are about crime and/or deception, i.e.:

A. Organized
B. State Crime
C. War Crime
D. Civilian Crime
E. Interpersonal Deception

any other kind of lie, propagated as truth; or whose discovery forms
the basis for the drama or comedy.

Some examples?
Let’s get to the heart of it – the greatest author in
the English language, William Shakespeare (or, Edward
de Vere
, perhaps), wrote tragic comedies and comic tragedies,
all based in deception, misheard and misunderstood information,
and secrets shown to the reader but kept from the players till the
end was in sight.

And where are
we to go after Shakespeare? Name a novelist, name a drama, name
a genre. All compelling drama is based on obfuscation. All dramatic
tension is based on deception, all catharsis on revelation of what
has been hidden.

Jump to the
present. During the years of the Bush (Jr) administration, Hollywood
responded to its distaste for the man and his cabinet through an
act of wholesale self-deception and denial, and created, out of
whole cloth, their “real President” fantasy, The
West Wing
. They invented a sane, “liberal”
president to distract themselves from the international war-mongering,
and intrigue-heavy Bush years. (But even in the fictional program,
conspiracies abounded!)

How about movies?
Genre by genre:

Action films:
(drug trafficking, murder, secret societies of ex-Vietnam
soldiers, South African Apartheid money laundering, and more), The
Bourne Redundancies
(secret agent of very average height
and build does impossible gymnastics, while trying to recover his
true identity, en route discovering fake passports, international
intrigue, girls, cars, guns, etc.); Star
(the fascist Empire sets out to murder all dissidents!
Dissidents conspire to overthrow fascist Empire!), Avatar
(sexy blue Rousseauean-fantasy “native” humanoids are
infiltrated by ruthless capitalist land-exploiters!);

Constant Gardner
(deadly drugs for Africans – covered
up by murder!), Blood
(murder and slavery of Africans – covered up
by murder!), Thirteen
(the U.S. teeters on the brink of nuclear war with
Russia – a president is pushed by his war cabinet into conflict,
he resists, and the nation rises!), JFK
(and falls), The
(Senators, businessmen, captains of industry play
dirty, dirty, dirty pool; nice Italian boy consolidates power through
paid assassination of his rivals), The
Da Vinci Code
(Jesus loved Mary Magdalene! No, I mean LOVED

Got Mail
(when will Tom Hanks tell the truth! That he loves
Meg Ryan!), When
Harry Met Sally
(when will Billy Crystal tell the Truth!
That he loves Meg Ryan!!), Titanic
(when will that stupid captain tell the TRUTH! That the ship is
not indestructible, and get away from those icebergs!);

, The
, The Bachelorette – dens of intrigue
and deception! Jersey
– how many betrayals can a bunch of brawling,
drunken morons stand!

What about
comedy? How about Three’s
– every episode was based on the perpetration
and dramatic discovery of a lie, leading to some grand sexual misunderstanding.

All of Oscar
Wilde’s work, all of Jane Austen, all of the Bible, is based
on the discovery of information not previously known, because it
was consciously or unconsciously suppressed by a person, agency
or nation.

How about M*A*S*H,
the situation comedy based on — the Korean War! The comedy
hinged on the fact that a couple doctors – Hawkeye Pierce and
Trapper John McIntyre – recognized that the “police action”
in South Korea was actually an illegal war. And further, that war
– the practice of a few powerful human beings sending thousands
or hundreds of thousands of powerless human beings to fight and
kill and die, for reasons of economy or ego – that war is,
from a strictly logical and humanitarian point-of-view, a lie. A
conspiracy to defraud the masses of their lives and livelihoods.

And how about
you? You, tapping away on your “iDevice,” are part of
an immense, networked conspiracy, whose intent it is to buy and
sell products, manufactured using materials from all over the world,
derived from mining and electronics work done by wage slaves in
Asia and India, to produce little machines for the wealthiest 10
percent, so that they can distance themselves from engaging in reality,
at all times, by tapping on little blinking glass screens –
all the while paying 200 dollars, plus 40 dollars a month for the

You, conspirator,

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