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"Conspiracy Theory" An Epithet Invented by Jew Karl Popper
Conspiracy theory is an epithet invented by Jewish polemicist Karl Popper, from his 1945 work in support of rootless cosmopolitanism entitled The Open Society and Its Enemies. In this context, Popper coined the phrase in a polemic against what he called "totalitarianism" (ie - National Socialism and so-called "Stalinism"). At the same time Popper claimed "I do not wish to imply that conspiracies never happen. On the contrary, they are typical social phenomena." Its principal usage is an operant conditioning buzzword meant as psychological warfare to dissuade genuine investigation and research into important events and activities.
Since that time the phrase has been used most commonly to describe members of the Truth movement and alternative media, or in a more general sense people who hold opinions on historical events disliked by the ruling establishment. What are once described as "conspiracy theories" as an epithet are later admitted to be true history by the "powers that be" when it is political convenient to do so and the lie is no longer useful. For example the Katyn massacre against the Poles was once claimed by the Allied press to have been carried out by the Germans, however it is now known and admitted that is was carried out by the Soviet terror regime.
If somebody is described as a "conspiracy theorist" in the controlled media as an insult then it is probably worth looking into what they have to say, however, there are actual cranks who are deliberately placed under the same epithet as genuine exposers of the truth. Most infamously those who push ideas of reptilians and Ufology, thus due diligence is required.
↑ The Vancouver Sun (16 September 2006). "Attempting to make sense of senseless acts by Peter McKnight".
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