Conspiracy Theories 101 Series

Part 1 of 12:

Introduction

Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 1 of 12: Introduction
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 2 of 12: The Deep State
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 3 of 12: Conspiracy Theorists
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 4 of 12: Pedophile Rings
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 5 of 12: The Surveillance State
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 6 of 12: The Banking State
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 7 of 12: The Environmental Movement
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 8 of 12: Breaking Up the Family Unit
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 9 of 12: The Conspiracy Against Women
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 10 of 12: The Conspiracy Against Visible Minorities
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 11 of 12: The Media
Conspiracy Theories 101 Series Part 12 of 12: The Stigma of Being a Conspiracy Theorist

 

By: Shawn Alli
Posted: October 10, 2017

Conspiracy Theories 101 Series

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Once seen as a fringe movement of ridicule and scorn, the conspiracy theory movement is now mainstream and taken seriously by a large amount of people (to the ire of liberal media outlets of course). How did it get this way? Just like any movement, there are trailblazers and pioneers. Comedy would never be what it is today without Charlie Chaplin and Richard Pryor. Science wouldn't be what it is today without Newton and Einstein.

 

The same is true of the conspiracy theory movement. The only difference is that its trailblazers are still living. While much can and will be said about Alex Jones and David Icke, they are the trailblazers that endure all of the ridicule in order for the conspiracy theory movement to enter mainstream consciousnesses.

 

The purpose of the Conspiracy Theories 101 Series is to continue this type of trailblazing.This series is meant for the average person who doesn't understand the conspiracy theory movement, but is open to learning more. And just so you know, these articles are not brief. The Conspiracy Against Visible Minorities article is over 36,000 words (not including references). Including references and the introduction, the entire Conspiracy Theories 101 Series is over 170,000 words. Years in the making.

 

If you think that you know about the conspiracy theory movement because you've watched a YouTube clip on Alex Jones or David Icke, you're fooling yourself. The movement is much bigger and much older than both men. If you think that conspiracy theories or the conspiracy theory movement begins in WWII or 1776, you're way too green. The content of conspiracy theories goes back hundreds and thousands of years.

 

If you know about the deep state but don't understand the conspiracies in the Western-European (WE) healthcare system, you don't understand the conspiracy theory movement.

 

If you know about the deep state and the Bilderberg meetings but ignore the UFO movement, you don't understand the conspiracy movement.

 

If you understand political correctness and censorship but ignore occultism and blood sacrifices, you don't understand the conspiracy theory movement.

 

If you know about false flags but still believe that religions are the path to eternal life and happiness, you don't understand the conspiracy theory movement.

 

If you've read a Conspiracy Theories for Beginners book or article, forget it. It's most likely written by liberals who don't understand the conspiracy theory movement.

 

By the end of this long series you will be aware of almost everything in the conspiracy theory movement. But awareness is not the same thing as understanding. The difference between knowledge and wisdom is a chasm that no ego can fill. Only genuine intentions and actions can bridge that chasm.

 

Again, this series is meant for the average person. It's not a platform for conspiracy theorists. While I may be talking to conspiracy theorists in some of the articles, for the most part, I'm talking to you, the average person that doesn't know much about the conspiracy theory movement, but wants to know more without all the egotistical and bullshit claims from conspiracy theorists lost in their own ideologies.

 

Just as many liberals, conservatives, religious believers, new age believers, and atheists are lost in their bubbled wrapped ideologies, the same is true of conspiracy theorists. Though I'm a conspiracy theorist, I like to think of myself as a more rational one.

 

And no, I'm not trying to build a conspiracy theory platform for myself. Though I'm a conspiracy theorist, I'm also a philosopher, a writer, and a man of comedy. After this massive series is finished I'm moving into comedy via animation (hopefully starting sometime next year).

 

But I still have so many non-fictional articles to write. It's like a never-ending process. Christ. Ah...the plight of a Guyanese-Canadian philosophical conspiracy theorist.

 

My greatest contribution to non-fiction to date is the Philosophy Reborn series. I'm just a conspiracy theorist trying to help you to understand the conspiracy theory movement and question the mainstream facts, your ideologies, and perception of reality.

 

I have no interest in becoming a conspiracy theorist with ardent followers. If you're into that...great. But I find that comedy is one of the best means to find common ground between people of various ideologies.

 

Before we get started, I believe that being transparent about one’s ideologies is important for the reader to know where the writer is coming from. I am:

 

Pro-life 3rd trimester abortion

Pro-same sex marriage

Pro-death penalty

Pro-guns

Anti-free trade agreements

Anti-political correctness

Anti-climate change

Pro-assisted suicide

Pro-real democracy (not false ones)

Anti-religion

Anti-atheism

Pro-spirituality

Pro-life after death

Pro-eternal love (not biological neurochemicals).

 

While there are many causes for most things in life, ideologies are the number one cause. Some ideologies are moderate while others are extreme. The question of how serious you should take the world around you is a genuine question. As a man of comedy, I don't take anything seriously. All of the best and worst of humanity is a big joke. Why? It's just humans creating and implementing unfalsifiable ideologies in a trial and error manner.

 

But as a philosopher and conspiracy theorist, I take everything seriously. Hence the dilemma. I strive for a balance between the two extremes. And I recommend that you do the same. Sure, you can argue your religious beliefs until you’re blue in the face, but regardless, you have a limited time on this planet (one life or multiple life ideology).

 

There's no rule book on what you should be doing and how you should be spending your time. But it would be nice if people engaged in some level of growth for themselves and humanity.

 

While you undoubtedly have many preconceived ideologies prior to reading this series, I recommend reading with an open mind. Even though I maintain the above ideologies, it doesn't mean that it's without question or criticism.

 

Just because I practice organic gardening doesn't mean that I'm not critical of the organic/natural health movement. Just because you believe in your particular ideologies doesn't mean that you can't take a step back and see things from another perspective.

 

Those that don't question their own ideologies, actions, and conditioning are sheep in the eyes of conspiracy theorist (including me). If your government tells you to have more children to increase the birth rate and you do it, you're sheep. Why? Because you're allowing yourself to be conditioned without genuine reflection/inquiry.

 

A few notes. Like most of my writing, there will be many tangents. Why? Why not? Real conversations are not ordered in a structured manner. You talk about X, the next person talks about Y, and then another person tells a story about Z and everyone's good. I prefer a more natural flow in my writing. And my online articles are no exception.

 

Throughout the series, you’ll constantly be inundated with the term that's not accidental. That's intentional. This is meant to convey the fact that many actions/policies may appear to be accidental, but in reality they're intentional. It's not a question of fact vs. falsehood. It's a question of reality vs. the perception of reality.

 

Finally, I can't include every subject or conspiracy theorists in this series. But I do my best to touch on everything and give you (at the very least) a broad view of the conspiracy theory movement.

 

I don't include a health article because each sentence would end with...see Philosophy Reborn Part IV: Naturally Unhealthy Big Pharma & Big Media and Part V: Naturally Unhealthy Big Gov't, Big Ag, Big Industry.

 

I don't include a UFO/extraterrestrial article because I deal with most of the issues in the Conspiracy Theorists article when talking about David Icke and Steven Greer.

 

And with that, I wish you all the best in reading this series. And when you're finished, feel free to email me (support@shawnalli.com) about what you liked, didn't like, how it helped, or how it hindered your growth. Real conspiracy theorists welcome all feedback (even the negative ones as long as they're genuine).