Could the Conspiracy Movement be a Conspiracy
an essay by Matthew Bissonnette
When the war on "terror" commenced, it seems that there was an increase of conspiracy gossip in response. Now there is a large following on the net as well as several prominent individuals who all seem to share a basic mistrust for powerful institutions. Such distrust may be well founded, but it seems this movement makes rather extravagant claims towards as to what global powers have towards the populace such as the New World Order plans to murder 90% of the population. Individuals who overly believe in such concepts might become defensive and such behavior can become problematic. So why is this left mostly unchallenged by authorities during a war on terrorism? Perhaps some people in positions of power deduced that historically there has always been people opposed to war, so create a movement led by individuals who knowingly or unknowingly distract people with more heart pounding yet unproven issues instead of certain kind of individuals looking into easily provable facts which would make certain institutions seem unethical in their treatment of some people. Of course, that is just a conspiracy and is one of those things in life you'll never have an answer for.