Does the conspiracy theory reveal America's light and darkness?
In fact, Koreans see American conspiracy theories mainly in American movies, dramas, and YouTube. The most famous conspiracy theories in Korea are Kennedy assassination and reptilian.
For Koreans, the conspiracy theory is perceived as American show business and yellow press.
By the way, if you quote @valued-customer
Because JFK was assassinated, and it was done by conspirators. I have not mentioned it, but understanding the crimes politicians and their ilk commit, what you refer to as conspiracy theory, is not merely a mechanism to create a shared culture in America.
It is necessary to save our lives from murderous criminals that seek power at any cost, including the lives and treasure of civilians, like us. Genocide and crimes against humanity aren't fantasies. Massive drug smuggling operations, organ trafficking, and child sex slavery are ongoing today, along with wars and other vile crimes, and threaten the peace, freedom, and prosperity of all people, including Americans.
@valued-customer claims that conspiracy theories have emerged to uncover numerous corruptions, illegalities and immoralities in American society.
@anomaly insisted that conspiracy theories emerged to uncover corruption in American politicians and businessmen.
I love conspiracy theories because they can expose people who actually conspired to do wrong. Especially in America where there's so much corruption and conspiring done by politicians. It's easy for Americans to say things like "9/11 was an inside job", because our politicians are so corrupt.
Americans acted as owners of their own country. So, they are always watching politicians and businessmen.
Americans are well aware that power is created through the domination and censorship of information.
Powers rule the public through the control and censorship of information.
The reason why @valued-customer argues with his friend, the Chinese prince, is because of the information war.
Is the conspiracy theory created in the United States from the confrontation between the power and the people?
Anyway, looking at @valued-customer's article, I felt that if I don't have the freedom of information, I'm a slave.
In order to gain freedom, I thought that individuals must be free from state control and censorship.