Dec 152013
 

Found on the web:  “Conspiracy Theory” – Note the pic following the explanation:

“A conspiracy theory is an explanatory proposition that accuses two or more people, a group, or an organization of having caused or covered up, through deliberate collusion, an event or phenomenon of great social, political, or economic impact. Wiki

One reason why people love discussing them so much is because in recent years many of them have been proven to be true. What was once the realm of the tin-foil hat crowd has gone mainstream with an army of keyboard warriors all over the world reporting in. And it has world governments very uneasy.

In recent years we have watched such conspiracy theories like Obama running guns to Mexico, declaring martial law in Boston, and creating a Muslim Brotherhood Sharia state in Egypt all proven to be true by the relentless onslaught of bloggers and Tweeters the world over.

The information revolution has changed the way we get news, and has forever changed our perception of conspiracy theory.”

ConspiracyTheoryDefinitionPicOfObama

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“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”

“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”

[Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel] 

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Please note 3 important informational links:

Election Projection – The Battle for Capitol Hill – 2012 Senate – electionprojection.com/2012elections/

The Complete List of Email Addresses and Fax Numbers for the U.S. Congress and Governors – conservativeusa.org/

U.S. Constitution Online – usconstitution.net/

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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel

http://www.thechristianmessage.org/

  4 Responses to “Conspiracy Theory: A definition”

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