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I do not spread conspiracy theories I report on actual news.  I published a few recent posts that could, at first sight, seem like I am inventing or spreading farfetched conspiracy theories.  If you think so, I am extremely offended because I do nothing of the sort!


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By Igor Chudov

Consider this absurd and baseless right-wing conspiracy theory about blocking the sun, which I never reported on:

Blocking the sun? How nonsensical! The idea that our authorities would try to block the sun is obviously completely crazy.

Fact-checker Snopes explains why this ridiculous theory is false:

As previously detailed by Snopes, a fact-checking organisation, the assertion is largely based on sensationalist reports about the scope and ability of the SCoPEx project.

That makes sense, right? Except… I was so surprised yesterday, when I read this news, two years after the Snopes debunking:

Okay, so now, blocking the Sun is good for you and is no longer a crazy right-wing conspiracy theory.

What I Do and Don’t

I never report on futuristic and speculative conspiracy theories. It is just not my schtick. I am perfectly fine with other people doing so. I enjoy reading about, and thinking about, such futuristic predictions like “they will try to block the sun”. I think about them when investing my money. I also remember them.

I find such speculation interesting — and I think a lot about the future also — but I prefer not to write about speculative conspiracy ideas online because some of them might not prove true and then I would be embarrassed.

What I do report is actual news about things that have already happened

When Dr. Mike Yeadon and others sounded alarms in 2020 and 2021 that Covid vaccines would destroy fertility, I stayed out of that discussion. The reason was that their concerns seemed very interesting and plausible, but they were based on predictions that might or might not pan out. I did not report on such allegations, but I remembered them.

What I do instead, involves reporting on recent news or analysing data representing events that already happened. When fertility dropped and deaths soared as predicted in heavily vaccinated countries this year, I reported on the facts that actually transpired — that happened to validate the earlier theory that Covid vaccine can cause depopulation.

I am very aware that “conspiracy theories”, that is, speculation about the future based on uncertain, but interesting thoughts, often prove true and sometimes prove false. When they prove true, or false, I write about them accurately. It makes for interesting, engaging, informative content — that is no longer a conspiracy “theory”, but instead merely a report on facts and recent news.

“Conspiracy Theory” is a False Label Used for Suppression

A typical person usually does not want to appear crazy or insane in the eyes of others. So, if a newspaper tells someone that “blocking out the sun” is a conspiracy theory, it instantly makes this topic uncomfortable for the average layperson. If that layperson happens to have liberal leanings, calling such theories “right-wing conspiracy theories” makes them especially unappealing. The press and fact-checkers are very aware of that and intentionally use such terminology to prevent people from looking into such things deeper.

Here’s a good example:

To anyone with at least five functioning brain cells, this is absurd. How can a question of fact and science — whether Sars-Cov-2 was engineered before originating near a Chinese bio lab — be a “right-wing conspiracy theory”?

Sars-Cov-2 is either lab-engineered, or it is of natural origin and came from cave bats who somehow inserted a Moderna-patented sequence into a virus in their cave and then flew 1,000 miles to Wuhan to spread it in the vicinity of Wuhan’s biolab. There is nothing right-wing about considering either possibility carefully.

Well, obviously many people who are told that only right-wing, Asian-phobic crazies would think about this question, react in an illogical way, and refuse to even consider this possibility — out of fear of being labelled “right-wing conspiracists”. That is the reason why the term “conspiracy theory” is so abused by the media.

The takeaway here is that if you see a well-orchestrated media and fact-checker campaign that the “theory of XXX is a right-wing conspiracy” — it is a good time to take note, take a look with an open mind, and remember that theory for the future.

Examples of Conspiracy Theories Proven True — Suggest Your Own!

(Below is courtesy of El Gato that I underlined.)

Footnote:

Igor Chudov’s article was getting near email limits, so he suggested …

Feel free to suggest your own examples in the comments (fact check vs confirmation via actual news later). I plan to grow this article.  Please post:

  • link to fact check or news article saying XXX is a conspiracy theory
  • link to later news article proving it true (NO substack or social media posts!)

Looking forward to your comments!

I Do Not Spread Conspiracy Theories – I Report on Actual News, Igor Chudov, 16 October 2022

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1 month ago

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Viddal Baboon
Viddal Baboon
1 month ago

Letter to Klaus Schwab Oct 19https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/letter-to-klaus-schwab

This letter was originally published as a guest post at Coffee & COVID, a hysterical, informative, and action-oriented daily news roundup that is on my top-ten list of must-follow Substacks. I was deeply honored when attorney Jeff Childers told me he was reaching out to Substackers he admired to guest-blog for him while he was kicking tyrannical butt in trial, and I proudly joined Tessa Lena in stepping into Jeff’s unfillable shoes. He gave me a choice of three topics, one of which was “A Letter to Klaus Schwab,” so how could I resist an opportunity to add this enticing entry to my Letters series? Thank you for the invitation and inspiration, Jeff! https://s.w.org/images/core/emoji/14.0.0/svg/1f64f.svg

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
1 month ago

From you article “The Reality Behind Conspiracy Theories”, dated 13th June = https://expose-news.com/2022/06/13/the-reality-behind-conspiracy-theories/

Rather than seeing conspiracies as solely a negative term as is so often the case, we evaluate both evil as well as positive expressions of this fundamentally human process which literally means “two or more people acting together in accord with an agreed-upon idea and intention”.

If we have not learnt anything from the past 2-3 years, there is no hope. Listen to everyone, sort the wheat from the chaff out with facts, because as you state – A theory is a rational type of abstract thinking about a phenomenon, or the results of such thinking. .

bluearea
bluearea
1 month ago

The only Conspiracy is from government and the paid media, paid from the corrupted, incompetent governments as independent news is true. Independent news are not paid and the people will tell if it’s conspiracy by lack of viewers that watch them where government news media tell stories and still get paid for nothing but their agenda It’s dick heads that say things that about conspiracy and without any common sense, I’d believe nothing that comes from the gov’t or paid live media as their sick and should be either put out to pasture and removed from their positions of warm dry offices because their brains stopped functioning and can’t make a good decision if they tried and be put out to manual labor, whether it’s behind bars or on the shovel and pay for their stupidity or better yet arrogance

Augustus
Augustus
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1 month ago

Agree. I only take issue with the word “brains” when describing these people.

desireestokkel
desireestokkel
1 month ago

https://twitter.com/d66republieknl/status/1583085868331696133

NL Defense – Police – Courts of Law assist International Criminal court with murder on NL people.

Thus they also murder Foreigners to NL… in Darkworld.

You need to look into British Army – Int.Crim.Court training for un peace Travels.

= evidence that ICc kills Simple UK – Scotland – Ireland People.

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Mark Deacon
Mark Deacon
1 month ago

First they learn how too block the sun – then they will charge you for the sunlight. Time to get rid of these people.

As for conspiracy fact becoming true … notice how all conspiracies theories are actually not good for people? So really the conspiracy proof is those pushing an agenda that only has malevolence for people.

Frankly I just want too be left alone but that would mean seriously eradicating and killing all those pushing agendas that would destroy any quality of life I may have.

hi inseel
hi inseel
1 month ago

It takes no courage to say “I told you so”. True men take a stand with the Truth before the crowd of weaklings follow.

bangbangsilverhammer
bangbangsilverhammer
1 month ago

Rhoda Wilson does a great job interpretating statistics to tell us the truth of the matter. Usually from public data which is released quietly and never mentioned in the legacy media. The legacy media which is bought and owned by the big pharmaceutical companies. There’s no conspiracy theory about it.

Frank S.
Frank S.
1 month ago

I’m almost afraid to mention it because I don’t want the “opposition” to see where they failed, and then go hone their skills. But, the thing that struck me most odd, early on, was how coercive they were, and how hard they were pushing (name-calling, shaming, drowning out discussion with narrative, etc.). This behavior seemed way over the top, especially for such a ‘wimpy’ virus. Globalists ALWAYS overplay their hand. After praying about it, God’s guidance was “No Jab, No Test”. Thanks God!

Demeter
Demeter
1 month ago

Given it a 5* but it’s a very rare article from you Rhoda i have strong reservations about.

Cant’t disagree with you saying question everything but the evidence is so strong for so much of what you question. However, think your aim is to make people think about the worth of what they’re questioning.

Conspiracy theories are much more often true the majority of the time, think that was an unfortunate point to draw attention to. So many historical people of renown were conspiracy theorists as there truly is a conspiracy/conspiracies to destroy humans as we know they should be.

Son of the king
Son of the king
1 month ago

Tooth fairy exists…… DONT BE STUPID, NO ONE HAS SEEN HER?
Good point

Viruses Don’t exist……. OFCOARSE THEY DO
no one has ever seen one
WHATS YOUR POINT!

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GundelP
GundelP
1 month ago

The point is (one of the points? – military purposes?) to reflect back sunshine that it causes droughts. I read this when read after the meaning of nuclear winter.
They are targeting the basics, food and water.

desiree stokkel
desiree stokkel
1 month ago

https://www.d66republiek.nl/resource/file/normal/cda6a663c01fc4987203219a24ec6312a3be595a_Defensie-Politie-Rechtbank-100Jaar-Biowapenoorlog-Int-Strafhof-Nato-Dodenlijst-Rijksoverheid-D66-republiek-NL.pdf

All UN – defense systems have Deathlists at International Criminal Court

= they call it ‘training for Peace Missions’.
= all Legal Obligations they refuse to conduct, prove WHO they want to murder.