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I just had this thought in passing, but I figured it was worth asking.

So we all know that small-scale conspiracies (such as the Manhattan Project) are perfectly reasonable, and probably distressingly common. This question is to those who believe in deeper, older conspiracies.

Strictly out of curiosity, are there any GOOD conspiracies? I just think it's interesting that in all this talk of Bilderberg, and the Illuminati, and the Knights Templar (oddly enough, historically they were pretty decent guys all things considered), and what-have-you, all of them are out to get us. If it is in fact possible to maintain the coherency of ancient organizations over hundreds of years, what's to stop good folk from running conspiracies to fight the conspiracies?

Sorry if it's a stupid question. I'm not into the esoteric conspiracies, myself, but I was just curious.

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of course there are

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein


means to plan to do something unlawful or harmful, so i 'spose a "good" conspiracy would be an oxymoron.
Then again, I'm sure Dick Cheney viewed 9/11 as a "good" conspiracy because he profited from it.