Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Conspiracy 101 Introduction

Conspiracy 101
            Have you ever wondered what the world might be like if we did not have to work for a living, or maybe just work if we WANT to? What about ponder over how our monetary system works, as far as who makes the money and who gets to decide how much is produced in order to dispense it among the people of the US? Religion, as always, it can be a touchy subject for everyone, but haven’t you ever thought about why there are so many religions and how is it possible that with all the different types of religion, every individual believes wholeheartedly that their religious beliefs are right and others are wrong…how is this possible & what makes them think this? Finally, what about our privacy? When it comes to privacy how far is any government willing to go?
            These are all questions that I started to wonder about since the 9/11 event occurred in 2001. After the towers collapsed I began to hear teachers and friends throw the idea around of how it could be possible that this was no act of terrorism or accident. It was around that time that I thought I’d start to poke around and do my own digging to disprove them. Not too long after that I began to cross lines with other theories related to government, religion, science, etc. As I was researching and clicking away, I found myself asking questions left and right about what I had just watched and read. There seemed to be an abundance of facts that followed as well, which made my search much more intense. It’s taken quite a long time, 14 years actually, for me personally to fully feel as passionate about looking into all the possible alternatives to life as we know it. It is simply amazing what you can find out with a little detective work. The best part of looking into conspiracy theories is when all the questions you once had about the “what if’s” take a turn and actually start to connect and bring to light that central idea that you once asked yourself when researching you’re topic of internet. See, when you’re looking into theories concerning money, and then let’s say you jump to theories on vaccines, but then switch to looking into population conspiracy, it becomes easy to get lost. I know I would get lost and its only recently within the past few years that I remember to consolidate, so to speak, all of what I’ve researched and put it into one single perspective. However, it is important to sort out what is actually fact and fiction when doing your conspiracy hunts. The good news is that if you simply think logically about what ideas are being presented to you then you’ll be in good shape.
            So you must be asking yourself, what is the point of conspiracy 101? Simple, how to start a journey to alternative perspectives on conspiracy such as government, privacy, religion, global warming, and many others. However, these topics are only topics of interest to me; you can use these ideas to help generate thoughts for your own theories and ideas. Remember, knowledge is always a great power to have, a little curiosity never hurts. So let’s dive in!


Annica Bankster