I love a good conspiracy theory. I think they’re all so fascinating. It’s not a bad idea to question what the mainstream media tells us. Sometimes they sugar coat things and us as consumers need to question what we’re being told.
The term “Conspiracy Theory” is given a bad reputation by a lot of people. Yes, I understand that there are a few ones that can be a little bit out there such as the one about the government being Lizard people or PizzaGate, but on the flip side, there’s many that can possibly be true. Also, the fact that some conspiracies have turned out true just goes to show that it’s not always an insane thing to think.
The US government had a mind control program called MK Ultra that was swept under the rug and considered a conspiracy theory until it was revealed that it did happen from the ’50s to the late 60s.
The death of Princess Diana also has a lot of odd inconsistencies around it. No video or photo surveillance, multiple people reporting seeing different things, the quick clean-up of the sight just to name a few.
But on the other side of the spectrum, conspiracies like Avril Lavigne being replaced by a look-alike just fuel the idea that conspiracies are crazy.
It’s not a bad idea to look into things for yourself and come up with your own conclusions. Don’t believe everything and anything you hear and read. You’re the final decision maker.