Before the now infamous Edward Snowden revealed the NSA “Prism” and the fact that the Federal Government of the United States was indeed spying on every American citizen daily by collecting “metadata” via social media, emails, and even phone calls, anyone who would have claimed our government was that sneaky and evil would have immediately been called one of those paranoid “conspiracy theorists.”
Miguel Crespo died researching cancer cure in New York medical center By: Jay Greenberg
A medical researcher has been found dead after reporting a "breakthrough" discovery in the cure for cancer.40-year-old Dr. Miguel Crespo's body was found in the bathroom of the Weill Cornell Medical Center on the Upper East Side in New York where he worked after going missing for several hours.
Ad companies can even track people's porn habits with spy software
Secret messages embedded in television adverts can direct smartphones to spy on their owners using listening software, according to German researchers. There’s been a huge growth in Android apps using software that’s designed to search for inaudible “ultrasonic” signals, and these signals can contain code which orders apps to begin tracking people’s location, what they’re watching on television and even collect personal information such as political affiliation and pornography habits, the researchers warn.
I was prompted to write this article when a twitter contact of mine wondered whether some of my writings about the corpocracy amounted to a conspiracy theory. Having been a behavioral scientist most of my adult life I know a thing or two about what's theory and what's not. I don't know how anyone, scientist or lay person, could mistake the "corpocracy" for a theory. I doubt if any readers of articles published in the alternative news media would confuse the two. Nevertheless, I want to tell you what I have learned over the years.
Arjun Walia, 15 March 2016
Conspiracy Theory: It’s a term used by many to brush off something that clashes with what they believe in, or have believed in for a long period of time.