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The subculture of Conspiracy Theory: The logic behind the thinking and its social operation

Excerpt from the book, Who rules the World? An Analysis of Conspiracy Theory By Tony Sobrado   Conspiracy theory is like any other world view. It takes the ontology of the social-political world, and often metaphysical world, and postulates theories with … Continue reading

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The schema and ideological belief system of Meta conspiracy theorists

Excerpt from the book, Who rules the world? An analysis of Conspiracy Theory By Tony Sobrado   Meta conspiracy theories are a form of ideology. They posit alternative political and social explanations to Governmental and social theory akin to the political … Continue reading

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Why Trutherism Lives On! The 9/11 conspiracy movement has faded, but the conspiracy theory will never die By Jeremy Stahl

http://www.slate.com/id/2302853/ When Navy SEALs killed Osama Bin Laden in a nighttime raid on May 2, many in the media wondered whether a new conspiracy group of “deathers” would rise up to replace the recently deflated bubble of “birthers.” The number … Continue reading

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