14 Conspiracy Theories That The Media Now Admits Are Conspiracy Facts

One of the ‘must see’ websites for those of you trying to understand the times that we live in is:

The American Dream

Waking People Up And Getting Them To Realize That The American Dream Is Quickly Becoming The American Nightmare

It’s well written by someone who doesn’t want you to know who he is – which I find interesting.

Anyway, whoever the author is, ‘he’ recently wrote an interesting article on conspiracy theories that don’t seem to be theories – even by the Mainstream Media.

Here are the 14 ‘conspiracy theories’ that aren’t ‘theories’ anymore:

#1 Fukushima Uninhabitable

#2 U.S. Military Attack On Libya

#3 Widespread Use Of RFID Chips In Humans

#4 $2000 Gold

#5 Obama Wants To Impose Backdoor Amnesty

#6 U.S. Government Provides Weapons For Mexican Drug Cartels

#7 Fluoride Is Harmful

#8 The Federal Reserve Favors The Big Banks

#9 Cell Phones Linked To Cancer

#10 The Credit Rating Agencies Are Corrupt

#11 Prescription Drugs Kill A Lot Of Americans

#12 Bisphenol-A Is Linked To Infertility

#13 The “Super Congress” Is In The Pocket Of Wall Street Interests

#14 The Targeting Of Christian Groups

The original author actually describes each of he above in some detail, so I highly recommend that you go to the original article itself:

14 Conspiracy Theories That The Media Now Admits Are Conspiracy Facts

He ends his article, this way:

This world is officially going crazy.  So don’t blame “conspiracy theorists” for wanting to dig around and get the facts.  The mainstream media sure doesn’t give us much of the truth.

As the world continues to fall apart and as the propaganda from the mainstream media gets even more blatant, the hunger for the truth is only going to grow.

Who knows?  Perhaps before it is all over you will be a “conspiracy theorist” too.

Indeed.

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