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1Conspiracy Theories Empty Conspiracy Theories on Thu 15 Feb 2018, 12:49 pm

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2Conspiracy Theories Empty Re: Conspiracy Theories on Thu 15 Feb 2018, 5:26 pm

There are probably a number of actions involving the state (or their banking and corporate sponsors) that we'll never know about. There are a lot of genuine mysteries which have a stench of corruption and disinformation about them.

To trust those with power and influence implicitly is a mistake. And where there is power there is the ability to operate covertly. Given the powerful's intrinsic susceptibility to unethical self-enrichment, I'd warrant that there are many things that happen behind closed doors which would enrage and disgust the people.

Things which reek:

Diana's death.

Dr. David Kelly's death.

Sean Hoare's death.

Theresa May's missing paedophile dossier.

The evaporation of the Westminster paedophile scandal from the media.

Jill Dando's contract killing.

The murder of Hilda Murrell.

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3Conspiracy Theories Empty Re: Conspiracy Theories on Sat 17 Feb 2018, 2:09 am

How about this one, the Beatles were a Communist plot and Theodore Adorno wrote all their songs LOL

Under the section, Trivia: John, Paul, George, and Marx, here:

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4Conspiracy Theories Empty Re: Conspiracy Theories on Sat 17 Feb 2018, 7:44 am


Given Quincy Jones' recent comments, you could be onto a winner there.

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5Conspiracy Theories Empty Re: Conspiracy Theories on Sat 17 Feb 2018, 10:38 pm

The best one about the Beatles is that Paul's been dead for decades and even in the 1960s was replaced by a doppelgänger. The one on the cover of Abbey Road is the fake as he's got no shoes, is out of step with the others, and his band mates are dressed as a clergyman or angel (John), pallbearer (Ringo) and gravedigger (George). And Paul's apparently got his cigarette in the wrong hand...

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6Conspiracy Theories Empty Re: Conspiracy Theories on Sun 03 Mar 2019, 2:48 pm


I think a lot of conspiracy theories have a grain of truth in them but the waters are deliberately muddied with false and often far fetched information to purposely mislead or discredit those making the claims.

Two undoubted conspiracies in my opinion:

The death of Tory MP Stephen Milligan in 1994.

The spate of "suicides" of Marconi employees in the 1980s.

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