Best 228 of Conspiracy quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Charleston Parker

An Ego Mind is a destructive mind and a rational mind is a peaceful mind.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Questlove

I don't think crack happened by accident. I'm part conspiracy theorist, because you can't develop something that dangerous and have it not be planned.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angela Mullins

I’m telling you the government is up to some wicked stuff. Of course, they’ve been at it for over a century now, so…

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hari Parameshwar

It is an inherent nature of life: Whenever success is in your reach, it tosses either an unexpected obstacle or an alluring offer, straight on your path. That unexpected manifestation, obstacle or offer, would either prompt you to press the panic button or distract your focus from your target. As you become busy dealing with the fresh situation, time, with its own flair, flies miles away from your reach, with the reward in offer. Those who endure, without getting disturbed by the obstacle or decoyed by the illusive offer, will reap the fruit. Others will flop, falling as victims to life’s conspiracy.

By Anonym 17 Sep

James Morcan

Nine had heard whisperings that the secretive Bilderberg Group was effectively the World Government, undermining democracy by influencing everything from nations' political leaders to the venue for the next war. He recalled persistent rumors and confirmed media reports that the Bilderberg Group had such luminaries as Barack Obama, Prince Charles, Bill Gates, Rupert Murdoch, Tony Blair, Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Bush Sr. and George W. Bush. Other Bilderberg members sprung forth from Nine’s memory bank. They included the founders and CEOs of various multinational corporations like Facebook, BP, Google, Shell and Amazon, as well as almost every major financial institution on the planet.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Periyar E. V. Ramasamy

Any opposition not based on rationalism or science or experience will one day or other, reveal the fraud, selfishness, lies and conspiracies.

By Anonym 15 Sep

George Voinovich

To say that the vote fraud conspiracy theorists are tilting at windmills is an understatement. They're using a legitimate public process to pursue an agenda that is, at best, grasping at straws and, at worse, partisan.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rajib Mukherjee

Well, typically the state of hypnosis is perfected at the right combination of light and sound frequency when the mind completely relaxes. At this state, the mind also becomes highly suggestible, which means the word of the hypnotist becomes the new reality of the subconscious mind.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Auliq Ice

The world hates the truth and all that share it, and so if you share truth eventually you will be hated by the world if you are not ready.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Donald Jeffries

George W. Bush’s legacy will always be defined by the events of September 11, 2001, which provided him with something of a delayed mandate. Without 9/11, there would have been no unconstitutional Patriot Act, no Homeland Security Department, no decade-long occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan, and no open-ended “war on terror.” As such, it is important to look closely at exactly what really happened on 9/11/2001.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Oswald

It's all one big conspiracy. Just there's naebody pulling all the strings.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Robert Shea

A Mason? Bejesus, no - I've been a Catholic all my life, I'll have you know!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Colin A. Ross

The major goal of the Cold War mind control programs was to create dissociative symptoms and disorders, including full multiple personality disorder. The Manchurian Candidate is fact, not fiction, and was created by the CIA in the 1950’s under BLUEBIRD and ARTICHOKE mind control programs. Experiments with LSD, sensory deprivation, electro-convulsive treatment, brain electrode implants and hypnosis were designed to create amnesia, depersonalization, changes in identity and altered states of consciousness. (p. iii) “Denial of the reality of multiple personality by these doctors [See page 114 for names] in the mind control network, who are also on the FMSF [False Memory Syndrome Foundation] Scientific and Professional Advisory Board, could be disinformation. The disinformation could be amplified by attacks on specialists in multiple personality as CIA conspiracy lunatics” (P.10) “If clinical multiple personality is buried and forgotten, then the Manchurian Candidate Programs will be safe from public scrutiny. (p.141)

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jason Ritter

There’s a few conspiracy theories that I believe in, but not too many.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Moby

One simple word: ugh. Is something still considered a conspiracy if it's played out right under our noses?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Henry Mosquera

Out in the field, any connection with home just makes you weaker. It reminds you that you were once civilized, soft; and that can get you killed faster than a bullet through the head.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Bernard Lown

Some of life's biggest and most positive changes are propelled by mini conspiracies of a few well-meaning folks.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Robert J. Sawyer

Secrecy was the problem; transparency the obvious cure.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Marion Cotillard

I have a tendency to often share the point of view of the conspiracy theory.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Santosh Kalwar

The world is big conspiracy to make you happy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

George Friedman

... common sense is the one thing that will certainly be wrong.

By Anonym 13 Sep

George Bernard Shaw

Decency is indecency's conspiracy of silence

By Anonym 13 Sep

Roger Cohen

Conspiracy theory is the ultimate refuge of the powerless. If you cannot change your own life, it must be that some greater force controls the world.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Donald Jeffries

I can remember when believing in conspiracies wasn’t cool. Now, in the second decade of the twenty-first century, more people are starting to sense that things may not be as they appear to be. The truth in Lord Acton’s classic axiom that “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” becomes more self-evident every day. Politicians from the only two parties we have to choose from break promises, are unresponsive to the will of the people, and opt for war, austerity measures, and state control over and over again. Gary Allen, author of the book None Dare Call It Conspiracy, defined things perfectly when he wrote, “It must be remembered that the first job of any conspiracy, whether it be in politics, crime or within a business office, is to convince everyone else that no conspiracy exists.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

Why look for conspiracy when stupidity can explain so much

By Anonym 18 Sep

Oliver Markus Malloy

Sometimes conspiracy theories are true. Most of the time they're not.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens... Henceforth, I shall never serve any government anywhere.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Stewart Udall

Society as we know it is almost a conspiracy against human health. One of the main forces working to counteract that is the trailsman.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Mahatma Gandhi

Armed conspiracies against something satanic is like matching Satans against Satan.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Thorstein Veblen

A protective tariff is a typical conspiracy in restraint of trade.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jean Francois Revel

Democracy tends to ignore, even deny, threats to its existence because it loathes doing what is needed to counter them," explained Revel. "It awakens only when the danger becomes deadly, imminent, and evident. By then, either there is too little time left for it to save itself, or the price of survival has become crushingly high.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Douglas Rushkoff

Meanwhile, people are busy using fractals to explain any system that has defied other, more reductionist approaches. Since they were successfully applied by IBM's Benoit Mandlebrot to the problem of seemingly random, intermittent interference on the phone lines, fractals have been used to identify underlying patterns in weather systems, computer files, and bacteria cultures. Sometimes fractal enthusiasts go a bit too far, however, using these nonlinear equations to mine for patterns in systems where none exist. Applied to the stock market to consumer behavior, fractals may tell less about those systems than about the people searching for patterns within them. There is a dual nature to fractals: They orient us while at the same time challenging our sense of scale and appropriateness. They offer us access to the underlying patterns of complex systems while at the same time tempting us to look for patterns where none exist. This makes them a terrific icon for the sort of pattern recognition associated with present shock—a syndrome we'll call factalnoia. Like the robots on Mystery Science Theater 3000, we engage by relating one thing to another, even when the relationship is forced or imagined. The tsunami makes sense once it is connected to chemtrails, which make sense when they are connected to HAARP. It's not just conspiracy theorists drawing fractalnoid connections between things. In a world without time, any and all sense making must occur on the fly. Simultaneity often seems like all we have. That's why anyone contending with present shock will have a propensity to make connections between things happening in the same moment—as if there had to be an underlying logic.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Shakespeare

Be lion-mettled, proud, and take no care Who chafes, who frets, or where conspirers are!

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Harvey Kellogg

The tobacco business is a conspiracy against womanhood and manhood. It owes its origin to that scoundrel Sir Walter Raleigh, who was likewise the founder of American slavery.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James Bovard

The more government dependents, the more likely that democracy will become a conspiracy against self-reliance.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Murray Rothbard

Money is the general medium of exchange. It is the thing for which all other goods are traded, the means of final payment for such goods on the market.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Anna Biller

I feel like that's how women feel in a way. You can get paranoid because everyone actually is a conspiracy to diminish your power.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angela Mullins

It’s who’s controlling the Illuminati that I’m more concerned about.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ana Claudia Antunes

If you are having private thoughts and ask an intimate friend to listen to them in privacy or on a date will that be considered too intimi-dating? And if the thoughts are proved to be untrue, but your friend still insists on believing in them anyway, would that be considered a cons-piracy?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Eoin Colfer

The only other scenario that could explain everything, up to and including your own bizarre apperance, is a convoluted conspiracy theory involving the Russian Mafia and a crack team of plastic surgeons.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Orit Badouk Epstein

In 1953, Allen Dulles, then director of the USA Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), named Dr Sidney Gottlieb to direct the CIA's MKULTRA programme, which included experiments conducted by psychiatrists to create amnesia, new dissociated identities, new memories, and responses to hypnotic access codes. In 1972, then-CIA director Richard Helms and Gottlieb ordered the destruction of all MKULTRA records. A clerical error spared seven boxes, containing 1738 documents, over 17,000 pages. This archive was declassified through a Freedom of Information Act Request in 1977, though the names of most people, universities, and hospitals are redacted. The CIA assigned each document a number preceded by "MORI", for "Managament of Officially Released Information", the CIA's automated electronic system at the time of document release. These documents, to be referenced throughout this chapter, are accessible on the Internet (see: abuse-of-power (dot) org/modules/content/index.php?id=31). The United States Senate held a hearing exposing the abuses of MKULTRA, entitled "Project MKULTRA, the CIA's program of research into behavioral modification" (1977).

By Anonym 15 Sep

Robert Anton Wilson

But they can rule by fraud, and by fraud eventually acquire access to the tools they need to finish the job of killing off the Constitution.' 'What sort of tools?' 'More stringent security measures. Universal electronic surveillance. No-knock laws. Stop and frisk laws. Government inspection of first-class mail. Automatic fingerprinting, photographing, blood tests, and urinalysis of any person arrested before he is charged with a crime. A law making it unlawful to resist even unlawful arrest. Laws establishing detention camps for potential subversives. Gun control laws. Restrictions on travel. The assassinations, you see, establish the need for such laws in the public mind. Instead of realizing that there is a conspiracy, conducted by a handful of men, the people reason—or are manipulated into reasoning—that the entire population must have its freedom restricted in order to protect the leaders. The people agree that they themselves can't be trusted.

By Anonym 13 Sep

John Lennon

A Conspiracy of silence speaks louder than words.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Donald Jeffries

As we know, Clay Shaw was acquitted, and the establishment celebrated another victory over the truth. In my view, Ferrie, Banister, Shaw, and Jack Ruby would have been the conspirators Oswald worked with personally, on the ground level, while far more powerful forces manipulated everything behind the scenes. I share Jim Garrison’s theory that Oswald was some kind of intelligence operative who was assigned to infiltrate what he was told was a plot to kill the president, shortly before the actual assassination. At least that’s where I think the evidence logically leads.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christopher Hitchens

I got hold of a copy of the video that showed how Saddam Hussein had actually confirmed himself in power. This snuff-movie opens with a plenary session of the Ba'ath Party central committee: perhaps a hundred men. Suddenly the doors are locked and Saddam, in the chair, announces a special session. Into the room is dragged an obviously broken man, who begins to emit a robotic confession of treason and subversion, that he sobs has been instigated by Syrian and other agents. As the (literally) extorted confession unfolds, names begin to be named. Once a fellow-conspirator is identified, guards come to his seat and haul him from the room. The reclining Saddam, meanwhile, lights a large cigar and contentedly scans his dossiers. The sickness of fear in the room is such that men begin to crack up and weep, rising to their feet to shout hysterical praise, even love, for the leader. Inexorably, though, the cull continues, and faces and bodies go slack as their owners are pinioned and led away. When it is over, about half the committee members are left, moaning with relief and heaving with ardent love for the boss. (In an accompanying sequel, which I have not seen, they were apparently required to go into the yard outside and shoot the other half, thus sealing the pact with Saddam. I am not sure that even Beria or Himmler would have had the nerve and ingenuity and cruelty to come up with that.)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Henry Mosquera

I think all artists struggle to represent the geometry of life in their own way, just like writers deal with archetypes. There are only so many stories that you can tell, but an infinite number of storytellers.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Husain Haqqani

In popular sentiment, just as conspiracies have made Pakistan weak and vulnerable, its destined economic greatness has been thwarted by corruption, not poor policy choices.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bryant Mcgill

In spiritual moments we nearly perceive a grand, divine conspiracy of interconnectedness between us and everything.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Garth Ennis

I hear you're a conspiracy nut. Well, this is the conspiracy, kid. It ain't ancient gods an' aliens an' coded shit on the dollar bill. It ain't even a secret, it's somthin' ordinary folks do for a livin' every day of the week. It's business.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Rutherford B. Hayes

It is a government by the corporations, for the corporations.