Conspiracy theories are dumb.
First of all, they're not "theories." Because you need a set of facts to establish a theory. Theories themselves are not facts; they are possible conclusions drawn from disparate facts.
There are no facts when it comes to conspiracy theories. In fact, they should be called conspiracy "crazy thoughts."
I don't believe in conspiracies because I do not think their are enough powerful, competent people in the world to pull off any kind of complex scheme in secret. Humans are just too dumb and loud and greedy and easily distracted to form and maintain a cabal that could pull the strings of history in their favor.
But it's still fun to read the "crazy thoughts" of people who wear tinfoil diapers. Which is why we read our brother blog, which is all about conspiracies. This particular article is composed of nothing but conspiracy plots sent in and dreamed up by highly-entertaining readers who are that right mix of narcissist and paranoid.
Seriously, read these all-new bizarre conspiracy theories from acutal, totally real nutters. Did you know that JFK is alive and well and living in Italy? Or how the government doesn't want us to know that there are mole people living beneath the surface of the Earth?
This stuff is so dumb, and so good. There's really nothing funnier than conspiracy "make-believe stories."