Post # 1
The snobby geek in me never lets me take seriously any conspiracy theories. I know you can never be sure of anything in this life but my first instinct is to make fun of conspiracy theories. I am not saying that this is correct , I am just saying that this is me. My mom and my sister ( both very educated individuals) really believe that we don’t know the truth about the TWA Flight 800. A lot of people I know (who normally don’t believe those things) really think so too.
What about you? Is there a conspiracy theory you believe is true?
Post # 2
aliens. I think aliens must be real. We keep sending Mars rovers out full of earth bacteria. Some of them are bound to colonize the planet…and then they would be Martians!
Post # 3
Yes – the one where our voting system is rigged.
Post # 4
Aliens, false flag operations, being poisoned by the government, manipulation of the weather. I believe in most things that sound crazy, I mean why not? Literally anything is possible.
Post # 5
I believe that Oswald didn’t act alone and that we shot the down Flight 93 (to limit the number of lives lost, but still sketchy.) I guess I believe in a few conspiracies.
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman
I believe quite a few of them and I don’t think it’s crazy to at all, there are so many government cover ups that have been proven in the past. Sandy Hook is the conspiracy theory I’m most convinced on.
Post # 7
I believe in aliens. I won’t say that I have ever seen one or any real evidence lol but with thousands and thousands of unexplored universes there has to be something out there. Do I think they are big scary things that want to harvest our planet sending the human race into extinction? Not really, but I’m sure we will find out first hand one of these days. Maybe not in my life time, but eventually.
Post # 8
I’m not sure we actually landed on the moon. And I think 9/11 was an inside job.
Post # 9
Well I’m not sure but I’m suspicious about Marilyn Monroe’s death. It appears she was murdered by the Kennedy’s.
Post # 9
Anyone who hasn’t already said so want to offer up an explanation of why they believe certain conspiracy theories?
Post # 10
My uncle (age 67) claims he once stood watch over a dead alien years ago while he was serving in the army. He was forbidden to look at it and it was covered with a sheet and he was to stand by the door. He was never supposed to say anything to anyone. Do I believe him? Eh. He isn’t known for making things up but….idk. If you believe the government has long known about aliens and is covering up their existence I guess this would be an interesting testimony.
Post # 12
- Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa
I know aliens have to exist, but I can’t fathom what the government would benefit from covering it up, you know?
I like conspiracy theories in general because it’s so interesting to look at things in a different way. I’m very suspicious about 9/11 and as PP said, Sandy Hook. Those two things just fit the political agenda of the time too well. School shootings happen, but they are pretty much always the result of bullying. Why he would go into an elementary school is beyond me and it makes zero sense.
Post # 13
I am not entirely sure I understand “the rig” per se, but I am convinced there’s a continuous loop between our government, Big Pharma, and the prevention of disease-curing discoveries.
It makes zero sense to me how, in the last 50 years, with the growth of technology and information we have available in this country, we’ve failed to find cures for cancer, diabetes, parkinsons, MS, Alzheimers, and on and on and on…… our society is getting sicker and sicker, and we always have a plethora of new drugs to treat our ailments, but no CURES. WHY?????
Post # 14
people are entitled to believe whatever they want but the Sandy Hook conspiracy theory, in my opinion, is just horrible.
Most of us are very fortunate- we will never even be able to begin to understand the anguish the victims’ families feel. Particularly the families of the children…little first graders…it’s unimaginable.
The fact that people question that their children/loved ones died, or that they even ever existed, compounds the grief of the survivors and insults the memories of everyone who lost their lives that day. To me it is unconscionable and incredibly cruel.