Comment: Since when did conspiracy become a bad word?

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Since when did conspiracy become a bad word?

DEFINITION: Conspiracy |kənˈspirəsē| noun: a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful:

I have observed some pretty strange uses of the word lately and believe a list of "Key Word Definitions" word be beneficial to increasing our communication effectiveness. That said I submit the following equation to support the probability of conspiracies.

If you accept the 1% elitist theory, then in the US, 1% equates to around 3 million people trying to protect and increase their influence, assets and control. According to Bloomberg the US government spent $3.3 trillion dollars in 2013 trying to protect it's interests. Spread equally that equates to almost $1.1 million per person of protection money.

So yes, I personally believe that there are a lot of conspiracies going on out there.

BTW, I read both None Dare Call It Conspiracy and None Dare Call It Treason, back in 1971 when I was 15. The information is out there if you ware willing to do the research.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.