Oh no – don’t look now, but Joe Connector has been labeled a Conspiracy Theorist! Actually, I’ve called myself a conspiracy theorist – or at least repeating what a couple of my friends have said about me for years. Now […]
Oh no – don’t look now, but Joe Connector has been labeled a Conspiracy Theorist! Actually, I’ve called myself a conspiracy theorist – or at least repeating what a couple of my friends have said about me for years.
Now that I have turned my “business” blog JoeKennedy.biz into a site that is examining conspiracy theories, I’ve decided to embrace a whole new identity. If you are interested in conspiracy theories, you are welcome to join the thousands of readers who have been visiting my Great Awakening Conspiracy Theory blog.
Examining The Next Great Awakening – and Other Conspiracy Theories #WWG1WGA
Some of the conspiracy theories that I’ve been writing about over the last week include:
I’ll be writing more about other conspiracy theories in the coming days, weeks and months – although I am thinking about migrating my writing about conspiracy theories to another domain very soon. Some subjects that may be of interest include:
- more about the people who flew on Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express to his private island of Little Saint James, aka Orgy Island or Pedo Island.
- Obama Gate / Spy Gate
- Child Trafficking
- Wayfair Scandal
- Covid-19 Global Pandemic Scam
- Saudi Arabia
- NESARA / GESARA
- Russian Collusion Hoax
- The Clinton Foundation
- Clinton Body Bag List – why do people close to the Clinton’s continue to commit ‘suicide’?
- MSM – or Main Stream Media – who is controlling them to do horrible things to Americans and our great country? Just exactly why do they continue to spread lies, hate and divisiveness? Who owns these companies – what countries are they from and what is their ultimate agenda?
There’s definitely a new conspiracy theory all the time – but some don’t believe in coincidences. If you are a skeptic like Michael Shermer, you totally and blanketly dismiss all conspiracy theories as crazy ideas from whacked out extremists. That’s ok, but is it really wrong to think for yourself, consider possibilities outside of what is being fed to you by the media and realize that we are not always (and maybe rarely) told the truth.
While you read Shermer’s latest article https://www.skeptic.com/reading_room/michael-shermer-on-why-people-believe-conspiracy-theories/, you might want to consider who funds him and why his ‘science’ is better than anyone else’s.