YEAR IN REVIEW: Our Top Ten Conspiracies of 2014

With the year drawing to a close, it’s important to take inventory of some of the larger, more impactful conspiratorial stories and events in 2014. It was a year which saw an unprecedented assault on reality, and our imaginations. Make no mistake, this is apsychic war being waged on our senses, as a media-driven synthetic reality is being advanced to consume reason and logic. There were a number of other notable events which could have easily made this list, but we had to economize in order to bring this incredible omnibus to you before the New Year. We hope you’ll agree, that this is the best ‘conspiracy countdown’ on the web this holiday season.
In the count down to number one, here’s our top ten of 2014…
10. Scottish Independence – Was the vote for Scotland’s independence rigged? It’s no secret that Westminster didn’t want Scottish self-determination to prevail north of the border. The Glasgow City Council confirmed that there were at least ten cases of suspected electoral fraud occurring at polling stations following the Scottish referendum vote on the September 18th. There were a number of reports indicating voter fraud, including the Sky News camerascapturing proof that ‘Yes’ votes were being placed in ‘No’ piles on the day of the referendum. The BBC wase also caught using its state-sponsored platform to effectively smear the ‘Yes’ campaign. There are plenty of financial and geopolitical reasons to ensure that Scotland would stay in the UK, and according to some, an independent Scotland could have seen as much as a90 percent boost in income from profits derived from gas and oil reserves due to the UK’s borders being redrawn. North Sea oil appears to have been front and center when examining this seemingly fraudulent referendum vote in 2014…
9. Hollywood’s The Interview and ‘Sony Hack’ scandal – Despite being hyped and spun to high heaven, and getting a ton of free publicity from the President himself, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s release of The Interview failed to impress the critics, before it proceeded to flop it’s way into Hollywood’s dustbin of perennial mediocre films. While the FBI and the entire US media blamed the infamous ‘Sony Hack’ on a fictitious secret North Korean hacking unit called’Bureau 121′ 21WIRE called it from the onset for what it truly was – a ‘false flag’ hack. We also revealed how this film was actually an expensive piece of Rand Corportion and US State Department propaganda designed to weaken morale in North Korea and hopefully pave the way for regime change. That didn’t stop mindless US politicians and media charlatans from claiming that it was our ‘patriotic duty as Americans’ to go and see this movie on Christmas Day. Another classic example of consensus reality gone Pete Tong…

This post was published at 21st Century Wire on DECEMBER 31, 2014.

 

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