Conspiracy steretypes

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This very popular youtube site lays out the consensus view of all that we talk about here in a slick, consumable form.

It’s since been added to with wackier ‘spiracies that you may find on their channel.

No sign of : perhaps a new video is coming.

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3 thoughts on “Conspiracy steretypes

  1. Carole Thomas

    Looks like topics such as conspiracy, forgeries and the like were much more in public discourse pre- 19th century than they are now. What topics were being covered in print in those days that are being ignored today?
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  2. Clueseau

    Fakery busting comes in two varieties, real and fake. So a question the diligent fakeologist always asks is: Who’s zoomin’ who?

    Beware, lest the very fakers we’re investigating add their whack fakeology to the mixing bowl and fake your cake.

    Well, I’m pulling in my driveway now, so that’s all the time I have for this comment.

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