Tales of Conspiracy
Area 51 Snitch on Art Bell (Audio)A frantic caller from Area 51 to Art Bell on his “Live Radio Show” in which Bell has dedicated a line strictly for those employees of Area 51 brave enough to call. This employee is on the run and someone else was obviously listening before pulling the plug on the rest of the message.
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Dulce Underground Base EscapeeIn 1938 US Engineers built an underground base in Dulce.
Since then it is speculatecd that there are many entities living within mainly Reptilian creatures and American personell that work mainly doing advanced research and for Human and Cattle Food Processing.
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What is a Conspiracy
A conspiracy theory is a fringe theory which explains a historical or current event as the result of a secret plot by exceptionally powerful and cunning conspirators to achieve a malevolent end.
According to political scientist Michael Barkun, the appeal of conspiracism is threefold: First, conspiracy theories claim to explain what mainstream narratives cannot. They appear to make sense out of a world that is otherwise confusing. Second, they do so in an appealingly simple way, by dividing the world sharply between the forces of light and the forces of darkness. They trace all evil back to a single source, the conspirators and their agents. Third, conspiracy theories are often presented as special, secret knowledge unknown or unappreciated by others. For conspiracy theorists, the masses are a brainwashed herd, while the conspiracy theorists in the know can congratulate themselves on penetrating the plotters' deceptions.
Some scholars argue that conspiracy theories once limited to fringe audiences have become commonplace in mass media, contributing to conspiracism emerging as a cultural phenomenon in the United States of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, and the possible replacement of democracy by conspiracy as the dominant paradigm of political action in the public mind. According to anthropologists Todd Sanders and Harry G. West, evidence suggests that a broad cross section of Americans today gives credence to at least some conspiracy theories. Belief in conspiracy theories has therefore become a topic of interest for sociologists, psychologists and experts in folklore.