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Name the most important CONSPIRACY in American history
#1
...and name the chief mastermind conspirators or facilitators. I will award 100 points
for the first correct answer.

Jack
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#2
The one we don't know about yet and have no idea who is facilitating it.
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
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#3
Jack White Wrote:...and name the chief mastermind conspirators or facilitators. I will award 100 points
for the first correct answer.

Jack

I am stunned that I got no answer to this simple question regarding
American History. I thought we had some serious historians in this
group.

Jack
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#4
The creation of the Federal Reserve, which is not Federal and has no reserves ?
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#5
Jack White Wrote:...and name the chief mastermind conspirators or facilitators. I will award 100 points
for the first correct answer.

Jack

This may not be THE most important but the JFK assassination remains the key conspiracy. It is the most studied and the key to understanding what came later, like 9-11.
Everyone will differ on part two of your question. I don't think it can be known and further believe the way it happened is the key, and why it matters.
Dawn

I'd also put Operation Mockingbird at the forefront, given that the sheeple believe we do have a "free press".
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#6
Nobody really understood the gist of my question, when it
really should have been quite conspicuous.

The answer, of course, to any historian, should have been

...THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, in which the colonists conspired
to overthrow the rule of King George.

Here is a little essay I wrote regarding those who DENY the
existence of conspiracies:


Do only kooks believe in these famous conspiracies?

I am often accused of being a conspiracy theorist. I admit that I believe
that conspiracies do exist. But I limit my beliefs to known or provable
conspiracies.

When told that only kooks believe in conspiracies, I ask the questioner
about the most famous conspiracies in history to test his beliefs.

I start with the most famed conspiracy in world history. It is in the Bible,
for instance in the Gospel of John. According to the account in the
Gospel of John, Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus for a bribe of 30 pieces
of silver by identifying him with a kiss to arresting soldiers of the high priest,
who then turned Jesus over to Pontius Pilate's soldiers. So
Judas conspired with the soldiers of the high priest to betray Jesus.
Regardless of one's religious beliefs, one must admit that this is the
most famous of conspiracies. Judas did NOT act alone.

Next I ask about the most famous conspiracy in American history.
I ask if the questioner knows anything about the revolt of the
Colonists against King George. British subjects Washington,
Jefferson, Franklin, and friends conspired to overthrow the rule
of the English...certainly a treasonous act of conspiracy. Yes,
by definition Washington, Jefferson and Franklin were conspirators.

Then I ask about the Texas Revolution for Independence. Mexico
claimed the vast territory north of the Rio Grande River. The
American settlers there wanted independence from Mexico, so
Sam Houston, Stephen F. Austin, Jim Bowie and friends conspired
to raise a citizen army to fight for independence at the Alamo.
This grand conspiracy created the Republic of Texas. Austin and Bowie
died in the conspiracy, but Houston became president of the new
republic...born of conspiracy.

Yes, my friend. I believe in conspiracies. Why don't you?

Jack
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#7
Bravo, Jack, excellent!

(I have it on fairly good authority Judas was acting on Jesus's strict instructions, btw Smile )
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Helen Reyes Wrote:Bravo, Jack, excellent!

(I have it on fairly good authority Judas was acting on Jesus's strict instructions, btw Smile )

Thanks, Helen.

Jack
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#9
Come off it, everyone knows Judas was a Manchurian Candidate Smile
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