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Written by The Informed Aussie
Published on Sunday, July 29th, 2012
All conspiracy theories are derived from someone who believes that a fact that others considers true and take for granted as false.
Like all theories, some are true and some are yet to be proven. However, the following five conspiracy theories, as explored by Eric Lageson from the Guardian Express, highlights that even the most accepted institutions and events on the surface may seem legitimate, but if you dive a little deeper, a different story can be told.
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) has come under careful scrutiny after Hurricane Katrina. Have FEMA camps been created to house dissenters of the forthcoming “New World Order” – a worldwide dictatorship? These camps (depending on the rumour) are either “indoctrination centres” or “death camps”, similar to the concentration camps built during Hitler’s “Third Reich”. (If you look inside the new “VeriChip”, there is a swastika-shaped design.)
Presently, the RFID chip is being used to identify animals, merchandise, driver’s licenses, cars and soldiers going overseas. Prince Harry and William are chipped. Will the “VeriChip” aka “SmartChip” be used in the future to identify “world citizens” within a One-World Government currently in the works?
Are RFID Chips directly linked to ObamaCare? In the not too distant future, the ObamaCare health-care program will eclipse all others.
Afterward, everyone will be chipped as a means for identification, to keep track of everything you’ve done and to replace the dollar. This chip will be connected to a gov’t database which can monitor you at all times.
Some have compared it to the “Mark of the Beast/Antichrist – 666” mentioned in the Bible.
Revelation 13:16-17. And he causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their forehead: And that no one might buy or sell, unless they had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Verse 18b. “…for it is a number of a man; and his number is 666.”
Of these five interesting conspiracy theories, this one beats them all. Rumors about Obama being the Antichrist surfaced during the 2008 campaign when fanatics began referring to him as “the chosen one” and the “new messiah”.
Talk show host Oprah Winfrey helped start the “Is he a God?” bandwagon, giving untold millions to the fledging candidate. Obama has only fuelled the rumour by saying “we are no longer a Christian nation” and ordered crosses to be covered with black shrouds at Notre Dame before he spoke. (BHO said he didn’t want to offend his Muslim friends).
Obama has made light of the “messiah” rumors by saying that he wasn’t born in a manger, he was born on the planet Krypton (Superman.) What would happen if Bush had said this?
“My individual salvation is not gonna come about without a collective salvation for the country. Unfortunately, I think that recognition requires that we make sacrifices in this country and this country has not always been willing to make the sacrifices necessary to bring about a new day and a new age.”
What did he mean by that?
Christians are divided on the subject, some calling Obama “an antichrist” (i.e., against Jesus Christ) but not “the antichrist” in the book of Revelation. Some say he is paving the way for the antichrist.
A number of movies made in the pre-9/11 day’s hint (or more than hint) at what would happen on September 11, 2001.
Most notably are: “The Medusa Touch” – (the main character causes a passenger plane to crash into a tower by the power of his mind), “The X-Files” TV series concocted a plot similar to 9/11, “Rugrats in Paris” – (a mouse burbles out the numbers “9-11”, while their plane goes by buildings shaped like the WTC), “Terminator 2 – Judgment Day” (a truck crashes into a bridge overpass reading “WARNING 9’ 11”.) Others clues are contained in “The Simpson’s” TV cartoon, the “Super Mario Bros.” film, “Godzilla” (1998) and “Gremlins 2”.
This conspiracy theory holds for those who are unhappy with the outcome of an election, that is, the “disenfranchised”.
In Election 2000, George W. Bush had the Florida recounts stopped by the Supreme Court when only 537 votes separated him and then Vice-President Al Gore. Thus, began the opinion that the presidency was stolen from Gore. It’s worth noting that every vote was counted – just some were not manually recounted by Democratic poll workers.
In 2004, it was theorized by Democrats that Bush would again steal the election by the use of a new computerized voting system. As it turned out, candidate Sen. John Kerry lost, probably due to the “Swift Boat” ads and there were few complaints.
In 2008, there were no complaints from Democrats when their hero, suspected foreigner Barack Obama won. Even Dems would admit fake votes came from ACORN, but since the election wasn’t close, it didn’t matter. Right?