Earths Forbidden Secrets By Maxwell Igan

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conspiracies unless we’re talking about Al Qaeda, or perhaps some other terrorist splinter cell
either real or invented, and the scientific community considers itself to be reasonably impregnable
behind the walls of Academia it has created for itself and they simply hate people who attempt to
tunnel in underneath and undermine their Doctorates..
We have been deeply conditioned to immediately associate the word ‘conspiracy’ with the
word ‘theory’ yet if one is to analyze the nature of what a conspiracy really is it suddenly
becomes easy to see a number of them happening all around us, almost every day.
All a conspiracy actually consists of is two or more people, maybe even a committee, deciding
to do something in order to achieve a mutually desirable outcome for themselves – and not really
telling anyone else about it. One person just needs to say “Hey if I do this and you do that, then
this should happen and we’ll be better off!” and Bang! You have a conspiracy. Just look at insider
trading, there’s a nice little conspiracy for you.
A conspiracy can take many forms, some more complex than others. Look at price fixing; and
what do you think our World Leaders are doing when they’re meeting behind closed doors?
Socializing? Playing darts over a couple of beers and talking about the garden? No of course
they’re not. They’re planning moves for the future - ‘negotiating’; saying, ‘If you do this, I’ll do
that’. Well gee, sounds like - (you’ve got it) a ‘conspiracy.’ Even in tandem if you want get
finicky about it because they are doing it all behind closed doors – our Publicly elected ‘Leaders
of the Public’ have privately ‘conspired’ to discuss things that concern the public out of public
earshot. They’ve ‘conspired to further conspire’ if you like. You know how it goes...
Lets be realistic about it, criminals are charged with conspiracy regularly, in fact two persons
with criminal records need only converse with each other to be charged with conspiracy. Yet
when someone mentions the word conspiracy in regards to the government or especially the
Academia Community there is invariably a huge media storm whipped up around them and they
are publicly ridiculed.
So are we then to assume that no one but criminals or terrorists ever plan things together in
private in order to achieve an outcome that is mutually favorable for them? I mean in reality, isn’t
that what politics is actually all about? That’s why parliaments have closed sessions: to plan
things, ‘to conspire’ so they all know what the next move will be, entire economies can either
flourish or flounder from the outcome of such meetings, its called politics, if done on a corporate
level we call it insider trading and you go to jail. It’s a bit obvious really but in actual fact, in the
real world, conspiracies happen virtually all the time.
Blatant double standards constantly flown in full public view while being cunningly denied can
always be a fascinating topic but, when used by powerful governments who don’t even bother to
disguise them any more, they can also become a little scary too. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t like
to think the worst of anyone, but looking at it logically and realistically; what, after all, was the
blatant invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq by the ‘Coalition of the willing’ (or was that a coalition
of the economically coerced?) if not a conspiracy to deceive the peoples of at least three nations,
if not the world.
Of course, when initiating any such mass deception, the best way is to prevent any real
conspiracy from being exposed is to create an unending air of ridicule around anyone making the
claims purporting to it. This is because if you can make the person look stupid enough in public –
whether they are or not, even by dropping snide little comments here and there at the correct
moments, then other people won’t want to listen to what the person is saying either – even if its
very important and concerns them greatly. You get the ‘Ooh but some people say...’ syndrome; it
sort of goes like this:
“Some people say the theory is stupid! ...What, you believe it? You’re kidding! But wait...
you’re not stupid too are you?”’s a tried and true formula.
No-one wants to feel that they might be thought of as stupid or weird, now do they? Politicians
and media tend to use this method frequently, while the Fox (Fix) news network seems to have
refined it down to an art form. They do it to promote the party line but just always seem to

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