5 Reasons Why Conspiracy Theorists Are More Popular Than You Think
By Saman Mohammadi
From now on, conspiracy theorists should be described as public intelligence analysts. We are part of a public intelligence community whose headquarters is the entire world. Our loyalty is to truth, freedom, and peace. We investigate reality to serve humanity, and bring nations together under the banner of peace and co-existence.
1. Public opinion polls show that the majority of Americans and Westerners agree with the views of “conspiracy theorists” more than those of government officials and media personalities.
Public opinion polls show that public trust in government and the media is at an all time low. Their record of lying to the Western public is difficult to conceal, even with the biggest propaganda machine in history at their disposal. The growth and influence of the global alternative media has broken the magic spell over the public. The “mainstream media” is no longer mainstream. The old fringe is the new mainstream.
Conspiracy theorists have been proven right about so many issues and historical events, with 9/11 being the most important among them. The views of conspiracy theorists are more popular than ever because they are telling the truth.
Jesse Ventura, former Governor of Minnesota, tested this truth with a live CNN audience on Piers Morgan’s show on Monday, September 17, 2012. At the 11:45 mark in this video, Piers Morgan tells Jesse Ventura, “I think you make some very sensible points and you make some crackpot points.” Ventura responds, “That’s your opinion,” and then asks the live audience, “How many people here think I make crackpot points?” One person puts up his hand. He follows up, asking, “How many think I make sensible points?” The audience cheers and claps. Ventura turns to Morgan and says, “You’re in the minority, my good friend.”