A conspiracy theory is an explanation of an event or situation that invokes a conspiracy—generally one involving an illegal or harmful act supposedly carried out by government or other powerful actors—without credible evidence.
Here are some conspiracies, events where people conspired and schemed to produce a certain result, that ended up being true.
1. The FBI was Tasked With Destroying the Black Revolutionaries, the Anti-War crowd, and Others.
Most people are aware of the secret program COINTELPRO, but for those who have never heard of it, here it is. To sum it up in the most understandable way, the anti-war activists of the 1960’s, and black revolutionaries were severely harassed, and targeted by the FBI and other entities. Then, the leaders of these movements passed away.
From Martin Luther King Jr., to Malcolm X, shady dealings seem to be behind a lot of tragic things that happened to the people fighting for freedom in that era. King was harassed and followed, his hotel rooms were bugged, people tried to break up his marriage, and agents even tried to get him to commit suicide. This was only revealed because 8 heroic anti-war activists broke into an FBI office in 1971, discovering the documents. If you want to read more on that: https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-burglary-and-cointelpro-how-citizen-action-exposed-fbis-covert-illegal-program-to-crush-dissent/5364987
It’s a fact that the FBI COINTELPRO program was a tool that was used against the activists of that era, from the anti-war activists who would flood university campuses, to the black revolutionaries demanding their right to bear arms such as with the Black Panthers from Oakland.
A lot of strange things happened to these people in the years after COINTELPRO, to make it worse. Black Panther co-founder Huey P. Newton, a prolific figure, was shot and his life was taken in a dangerous area of West Oakland during the peak of the violence in August, 1989.
2. US Military Leaders Planned to Take the Lives of Innocents and Blame Cuba
This is another commonly understood event about the era mentioned above: this is a staple example of a “false flag.”
Operation Northwoods was a plan created and approved by the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US military, and it was a plan to allow terror acts on US soil to drum up support for war against Cuba.
President Kennedy rejected the plan, which would have seen innocent Americans being shot and taken out on the streets, boats carrying refugees fleeing Cuba being sunk, and violent terrorism occurring in Miami, Washington, D.C., and more.
3. Hitler Probably Didn’t Die in WWII
Remember that rumor that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler didn’t actually commit suicide in 1945, but he escaped to South America?
Well, some evidence has come forward. There were the FBI documents that illustrate how they believed he was in South America. The document outlines how they believe Hitler escaped by boat and went to Argentina. A book titled “Grey Wolf: The Escape Of Adolf Hitler” purports that Hitler lived in Argentina for 17 years before passing away in 1962.
4. The CIA conducted Mind Control Experiments on Americans for Over 20 Years.
From the 1950’s until 1973, and probably beyond that to be realistic, the CIA program MK Ultra took place. They wanted biological and chemical weapons, and they wanted the ability to control the very mind of a human being. Recently a documentary called "The Minds Of Men" was made on this topic. It's a four hour long video:
5. US Military Shot 300 Shells at Northern Vietnamese Torpedo Boats: they Weren’t Even There.
A lot of people know about what happened during the Vietnam War, such as the Gulf of Tonkin incident. The destroyer USS Maddox shot at North Vietnamese Navy torpedo boats, over 300 shells, so then President Lyndon B. Johnson was able to draft a resolution to invade Vietnam.
Only problem is, that’s not what happened.
Just in 2005, a declassified internal National Security Agency study showed that no North Vietnamese naval vessels were present at all. In 1965, President Johnson admitted “For all I know, our Navy was shooting at whales out there.”
A Navy pilot named James Stockdale added: “I had the best seat in the house to watch that event, and our destroyers were just shooting at phantom targets — there were no PT boats there … There was nothing there but black water and American fire power.”
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