A List of Conspiracies.In Harlem,and Beyond

Everyone is a conspiracy theorist.It just depends which conspiracy you choose to believe.According to my understanding you are considered a conspiracy theorist if you don’t believe the governments conspiracy theories,which may actually put you in the majority.

These organizations and programs listed below are not theoretical,they are real.So don’t make excuses.Be a conspiracy theorist and wear the label with pride,there may come a time when you have to hide what you think,but that time has not yet arrived.

The Bilderberg Group , Council on Foreign Relations , The Trilateral Commission,
Skull and Bones, New World Order, Opus Dei, Knights Templar,
Project for a New American Century, Bohemian Grove

MKULTRA , Area51 , Operation Mockingbird, Operation Phoenix , Cointelpro ,
JFK MLK CIA Operation Garden Plot, Iran-Contra, Loose Change 911

9/11truth , Fema, The Military Commissions Act , Martial Law, HJR 192 ,

Trading with the Enemy Act, Internment Camps , Blackwater, The Carlyle Group,

Prison Industial Complex, Government Agents Immune from Prosecution

Livestock, Meat, Meatrix, Poultry, Corn, Monsanto, Cargill,

Orlando Bosch, and Luis Possada, Whitewater,

Reagan,Bush and Clinton and a small place in western Arkansas called Mena,

The Creature of Jekyl Island, The Money Masters, Fractional Reserve Banking,
Peak Oil, Zeitgeist, Passports, RFID, Family Jewels, Marijuana Tax Act,

Here at home in Harlem, GuineaPigKids,

Or just for fun watch this

And remember,you can always fight back
UCC 3-603, People’s Rights, Statute of Limitations, Jurisdictionary, Cracking the Code,

Think on these things:


“As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there’s a twilight where everything remains seemingly unchanged, and it is in such twilight that we must be aware of change in the air, however slight, lest we become victims of the darkness.”

William O. Douglas

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