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    14 Conspiracy Theories That the Media Now Admits Are Conspir

    14 Conspiracy Theories That the Media Now Admits Are Conspiracy Facts
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    By pollywog
    8/26/11 01:01 PM

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    How many times have you heard the mainstream media dismiss certain points of view as "conspiracy theories"? It seems as though one of the easiest ways to brush something off is to label it as something that only "conspiracy theorists" would believe. Well, you know what? A whole lot of the time the "conspiracy theorists" are right and the mainstream media is wrong. In fact, we owe a great debt to "conspiracy theorists" because they will go places and investigate things that the mainstream media would never even touch. The reality is that the mainstream media only tells us what the government and the big corporations want us to hear, and much of the time it is those in the alternative media that are left with the task of trying to figure out what the real truth is. So don't look down on conspiracy theories or conspiracy theorists. In a world where almost everything we are told is a lie, the truth can be very difficult to find.

    The following are 14 conspiracy theories that the media now admits are conspiracy facts....

    #1 Fukushima Uninhabitable

    Back in April, I published an article entitled "Much Of Northern Japan Uninhabitable Due To Nuclear Radiation?" At the time, almost everyone in the mainstream media was insisting that Fukushima was nothing like Chernobyl and that those that lived near Fukushima would be able to return to their homes fairly soon.

    Well, it turns out that those of us that feared the worst were right after all. Just consider the following quote from the New York Times....

    Broad areas around the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant could soon be declared uninhabitable, perhaps for decades, after a government survey found radioactive contamination that far exceeded safe levels, several major media outlets said Monday.

    #2 U.S. Military Attack On Libya

    At the beginning of this year, nobody would have dreamed that the U.S. military would have attacked Libya this year.

    But it happened. At first those that tried to warn about an upcoming conflict with Libya were called kooks, and even up until recently many in the media were still trying to deny that NATO was arming and training the rebels.

    Well, the truth is that NATO had special forces on the ground even before the conflict began.

    The "rebel groups" (which include large numbers of al-Qaeda fighters) would have been soundly defeated by Gaddafi if not for relentless air strikes by the U.S. military and NATO.

    Instead of a straightforward invasion like we saw in Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S. military and NATO systematically developed, trained and equipped "rebel groups" within the country and have used them as the ground forces for this campaign.

    That way the goals of the U.S. and EU could still be achieved, but in the end they would have less blood on their hands.

    As the conflict winds down, now even the New York Times is admitting that we have trained and equipped the rebels....

    “We always knew there would be a point where the effectiveness of the government forces would decline to the point where they could not effectively command and control their forces,
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    I'd add #15 Illegal Aliens are voting in large numbers.
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