The Conspiracy theory conspiracy addresses the attaching of the word “theory” to every conspiracy.

“I am not a conspiracy theorist.
I deal with real facts, not theory.”—Fritz Springmeier[1]

Conspiracy[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia, RationalWiki.org, and conspiriologists (those who study the behavior of “conspiracy theorists”, a term they applied to conspiracy researchers) are proponents of this clause to make out virtually all conspiracies into theories. By blanketing conspiracies under the umbrella term theory dumbs down the valid and historically factual conspiracies.

Not all conspiracy researchers consider themselves “conspiracy theorists”. Thus, the “conspiracy theorist” does not call them-self a conspiracy theorist, unless they are drinking the coolaid of Conspiriologists who have coined such phrase to identify ‘researchers of conspiracy’.

Just more labels to fit in their academic box, so it can be in bold in their textbooks.

As leading researcher of the 13 Illuminati Bloodlines Fritz Springmeier has said: “I am not a conspiracy theorist. I deal with real facts, not theory.”[1]


All of us legitimate conspiracy researchers just want to do —is question Big Brother... it’s no conspiracy. ;)

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 CIA.gov, Bloodlines of Illuminati, by Fritz Springmeier, 1995
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