America may be swimming in delusional fever swamps, but we're not doomed yet
Some conspiracy are true and some are not, You mentioned Watergate and vaccines. How do we know what is true when the facts are hidden. Drug companies have been caught hiding data, so when do we trust and when do we challenge the "common knowledge"?
Not sure why people who support the official narrative would come to substack, you people can promote it anywhere.
Common sense, history, a general understanding of human nature, and lived experience tells me that when something seems fishy there is something wrong. I'd think that skepticism is a valued human characteristic. In fact, if it benefits a given group and is demonstrably possible then people will try do whatever "it" happens to be, almost without exception. Sorry if this is cherry picking, but "Big Foot" is a case of a bad and unlikely conspiracy theory. Who and what would be gained if "BG" does or does not exist? We conspire for surprise parties? People want power, money and control to no end. We don't know whom is conspiring and what for, but it is constant where ever people gather. All wars are started with a conspiracy, fought using many and ended using another. Honestly, I'd think it far more important to dig into a conspiracy rather than dismissing it in just the way the government program intended, as a "conspiracy theory".
I think a lot of it boils down to poor research. Many people discount UFOs despite the overwhelming evidence that unknown craft are flying in and out of our atmosphere & have for many years.
this will be fun to follow. You're hardly the only voice writing on this phenomenon, but you have a unique perspective and seasoned insight. Write on!
Thanks, somebody finally said it! 👍