Best 228 of Conspiracy quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 14 Sep

Patti Davis

I would not call myself a veteran conspiracy theorist. Or an obsessed one. I pretty much peaked on the whole conspiracy theory thing in the '60s, with the grassy knoll, who really killed JFK, and who ordered the hit on Lee Harvey Oswald.

By Anonym 17 Sep

James Morcan

Nine knew from experience it was simply about those powerful few, the secret elite, who manipulated the world’s nations. On his many international assignments over the years, he had discovered the so-called evil countries were all too often controlled by the same people who ran the countries fighting to liberate them.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Culture, religion, and education, are conspiracies to standardize worldviews.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Charles Krauthammer

Whenever you're faced with an explanation of what's going on in Washington, the choice between incompetence and conspiracy, always choose incompetence.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

If you believe the world is conspiring against you it will just do that; you will help on by your pessimism action to prove you are right.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jim Goad

[The militia experts] accuse antigoverment agitants of paranoia, yet they spin around and claim that militias speak in coded phrases, have underground bunkers, and are secretly conspiring to take over the world and enslave minorities. They say it`s lunacy that men at the pentagon can conspire, yet they`re certain that farmers out on the plain are plotting as we speak. They depict the United Nations as weak und ineffectual, yet they portray raggedy-ass backwoodsmen as the world`s biggest organized military threat.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Mitchell

But if you knew about this…conspiracy, why did you cooperate with it? Why did you allow Hae-Joo Im to get so close to you? Why does any martyr cooperate with his judases? Tell me. We see a game beyond the endgame… But to what end? Some future…revolution? It can never succeed. As Seneca warned Nero: No matter how many of us you kill, you will never kill your successor.

By Anonym 13 Sep

George Bernard Shaw

Decency is indecency's conspiracy of silence

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

Beware of conspiracy ‘machine’; it can make you go limping

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 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

Fritz Leiber

Of course, if you assume a big enough conspiracy, you can explain anything, including the cosmos itself.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Anna Kavan

The day was ill-omened from the beginning; one of those unlucky days when every little detail seems to go wrong and one finds oneself engaged in a perpetual and infuriating strife with inanimate objects. How truly fiendish the sub-human world can be on these occasions! How every atom, every cell, every molecule, seems to be leagued in a maddening conspiracy against the unfortunate being who has incurred its obscure displeasure!

By Anonym 13 Sep

John Lennon

A Conspiracy of silence speaks louder than words.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Michael Shermer

Conspiracies are a perennial favorite for television producers because there is always a receptive audience.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jerry Mander

It is no accident that television has been dominated by a handful of corporate powers. Neither is it accidental that television has been used to re-create human beings into a new form that matches the artificial, commercial environment. A conspiracy of technological and economic factors made this inevitable and continue to.

By Anonym 14 Sep

John Haynes Holmes

Society is always engaged in a vast conspiracy to preserve itself - at the expense of the new demands of each new generation.

By Anonym 20 Sep

David Baldacci

Woe be to the wug who forgets that destroying one part of a thing does not equal victory

By Anonym 13 Sep

Marion Cotillard

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

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alexandre Dumas

Commend me to the cardinal,' said Milady. 'Commend me to Satan,' replied Rochefort.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jared Kushner

[Charles ] Kushner engaged in a conspiracy, with co-conspirators, to hire prostitutes to entice witnesses who were cooperating with the federal investigation.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Obiora Embry

Why is it deemed justifiable and appropriate for cops/police officers to kill other cops (friendly–fire) and citizens? Why do cops kill? Are they not taught to maim or slow down someone running or reaching for a weapon? If not, why not? Why do cops kill first and ask questions last? Why are police officers being military trained? What can we as citizens, taxpayers, and voters do to stop these killings and beatings of unarmed people? Why do we let this continue? How many more must die or get beat up before we realize something is wrong and needs to be changed? Will you, a friend, or a family member have to be killed or beaten by a cop before we realize that things have to change? Who's here to protect us from the cops when they decide to use excessive force, shoot multiple shells, and/or murder us?

By Anonym 14 Sep

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Society everywhere is in conspiracy against the manhood of every one of its members.

By Anonym 18 Sep

David J. Schow

The Government set the stage economically by informing everyone that we were in a depression period, with very pointed allusions to the 1930s. The period just prior to our last 'good' war. ... Boiled down, our objective was to make killing and military life seem like adventurous fun, so for our inspiration we went back to the Thirties as well. It was pure serendipity. Inside one of the Scripter offices there was an old copy of Doc Smith's first LENSMAN space opera. It turned out that audiences in the 1970s were more receptive to the sort of things they scoffed at as juvenilia in the 1930s. Our drugs conditioned them to repeat viewings, simultaneously serving the ends of profit and positive reinforcement. The movie we came up with stroked all the correct psychological triggers. The fact that it grossed more money than any film in history at the time proved how on target our approach was.' 'Oh my God... said Jonathan, his mouth stalling the open position. 'Six months afterward we ripped ourselves off and got secondary reinforcement onto television. We pulled a 40 share. The year after that we phased in the video games, experimenting with non-narcotic hypnosis, using electrical pulses, body capacitance, and keying the pleasure centers of the brain with low voltage shocks. Jesus, Jonathan, can you *see* what we've accomplished? In something under half a decade we've programmed an entire generation of warm bodies to go to war for us and love it. They buy what we tell them to buy. Music, movies, whole lifestyles. And they hate who we tell them to. ... It's simple to make our audiences slaver for blood; that past hasn't changed since the days of the Colosseum. We've conditioned a whole population to live on the rim of Apocalypse and love it. They want to kill the enemy, tear his heart out, go to war so their gas bills will go down! They're all primed for just that sort of denouemment, ti satisfy their need for linear storytelling in the fictions that have become their lives! The system perpetuates itself. Our own guinea pigs pay us money to keep the mechanisms grinding away. If you don't believe that, just check out last year's big hit movies... then try to tell me the target demographic audience isn't waiting for marching orders. ("Incident On A Rainy Night In Beverly Hills")

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lindsay Buroker

Sespian opened his mouth, paused, closed it, then shook his head ruefully. "It's very easy to be drawn into what you're saying, and I catch myself wanting to nod and agree. Maybe I should take notes on your technique." Amaranthe blushed and felt like she should stutter an apology, but she hadn't done anything to be embarrassed about, had she? "It's her eyes", Sicarius said, startling her.. Yara glanced over her shoulder at him, apparently, surprised to hear him speak, but soon turned her attention back to the tracks. She seemed to be believe she should remain silent for the discussion. Sespian scratched his jaw. "Yes, maybe so. They're like a doe's. Warm and earnest and..." "Wholesome. Sicarius's eyes glinted, and Amaranthe scowled at him.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Negative people will always be there to stain your pure image with their dirty tongues and brushes, but you'll always remain as white as snow, no matter how high the quality of paint they use.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Umberto Eco

Conspiracies and all the theories of conspiracy are a part of the canon of fakes. And I'm involved, in all of my writings, the theoretical ones as well as the novels, with the production of fakes.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Chris Hayes

It's no accident that there is a nexus between Trump, Roger Stone and Infowars and Alex Jones. It's very much an Infowars presidency in many ways. The President is a conspiracy theorist. He has reliably touted conspiracy theories. It's a core part of how he processes the world epistemically. That is deeply, deeply dangerous, and disturbing.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Gerald Posner

Most conspiracy theorists dont understand this. But if there really were a CIA plot, no documents would exist.

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 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

Vincent Bugliosi

One could safely say that David Lifton took folly to an unprecedented level. And considering the monumental foolishness of his colleagues in the conspiracy community, that's saying something.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John F Kennedy

The very word Secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Angela Mullins

The value of anything is man-made.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Shakespeare

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

By Anonym 18 Sep

Richard B. Spence

So how can we determine what’s real and what’s not? We can’t. We can just pick and choose what we want to believe and rationalize it as best we can. Reality, after all, is basically a movie projected inside our heads. It’s based on the colors our senses permit us to see, the sounds they permit us to hear and whatever else our brains let slip through the gates. But outside our limited senses, surrounding us, there is, unquestionably, a much greater reality, a universe we live in but cannot see. Well, most of us, anyway. Out there, in the dark, All Things Are Possible.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jeff Greenfield

More things in politics happen by accident or exhaustion than happen by conspiracy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Roger Scruton

For a certain kind of temperament, defeat is never defeat by reality, but always defeat by other people, often acting together as members of a class, tribe, conspiracy or clan.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Marty Rubin

We, not religion, not society, are to blame for repression, In a repressive society, everyone connives to repress everyone else.

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 19 Sep

Kambiz Shabankare

The problem arises when a society respects its scholars lesser and lesser and replaces intellectualism with anti-intellectualism. Such society forces the most intellectual members of its, toward alienation and instead develops populism and irrationalism and then calls it anti-elitism. On the other hand, scholars, due to being undermined by the society, find any effort hopeless and isolate themselves into their work. For a scholar, personally, nothing changes because the scholar always is a scholar no matter having someone to share the knowledge with or not, but the true problem forms in the most ordinary sections of the society, which eventually creates an opportunity for propaganda, conspiracy theories, rhetoric, and bogus.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Angela Mullins

Some minds are best not reproduced." Uncle Henry

By Anonym 15 Sep

Wesley Clark

We've never finished the investigation of 9/11 and whether the administration actually misused the intel information it had. The evidence seems pretty clear to me. I've seen that for a long time.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Martin Weitz

It's time the world knew what was really discovered at Delphi." says Dr Moses Frank, in The Elena Text. But who is Moses Frank and what was he referring to? The Elena Text is a controversial and provocative thriller set in the world of antiquities and archaeology, based around the untold story of what was really discovered at Delphi in Greece - but has remained a closely-guarded secret since the 1930s. In Moses Frank we have a character who single-handedly defines the extremities of recent times, the stateless survivor, against all the odds, the refugee turned millionaire, the entrepreneur who creates his own rules, a charming and educated artist with a first class degree from the university of life, a thinker but an unashamed money-maker and pleasure-seeker. Moses Frank is a man who can be forgiven almost anything because he is so hugely admired as a dealer, a canny sleuth who has tracked down the world’s greatest missing antiquities. But despite all his gifts and talents, Moses Frank is also a man bristling with self-doubt - searching endlessly for the finest examples of human art, the sensual peaks of female beauty and some thin slivers of meaning in his terribly successful life. I believe Frank is a rich, unpredictable and multi-facetted lead character who will continue to fascinate readers in volumes 2 and 3 of THE MOSES FRANK TRILOGY.

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

George Orwell

England is not the jewelled isle of Shakespeare's much-quoted message, nor is it the inferno depicted by Dr Goebbels. More than either it resembles a family, a rather stuffy Victorian family, with not many black sheep in it but with all its cupboards bursting with skeletons. It has rich relations who have to be kow-towed to and poor relations who are horribly sat upon, and there is a deep conspiracy of silence about the source of the family income. It is a family in which the young are generally thwarted and most of the power is in the hands of irresponsible uncles and bedridden aunts. Still, it is a family. It has its private language and its common memories, and at the approach of an enemy it closes its ranks. A family with the wrong members in control - that, perhaps is as near as one can come to describing England in a phrase.

By Anonym 20 Sep

David Crossman

When you turn a blind eye to atrocities, you are complicit in them.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Nick Hirst

Would that we could choose the last image we see before death closes our eyes forever to this world.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Peter J. Tanous

Well, they've come a long way. To think that he now could access a secret document held in the Vatican archives, via electronic technology.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jason Ritter

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