6 "Conspiracy Theories" That Are Now Proven Facts

The only difference between a conspiracy theorist and an appreciated whistle blower is what happens after the accusation is made.

If things just continue as they have been the person looks foolish and the idea becomes laughable, even if it is completely reasonable. This is a sad truth.

There is a rising concern among American citizens that the government is working against us or is a tool of a larger more powerful organization.

There are so many people that retire from the armed services or the political arena and say something to the effect of 'the population is clueless as to what is really going on' and 'we should All be very worried'.

Below we've compiled a list of theories and ideas on the government's actions.

Black Budget World

Claims of a secret layer of the government, involving extremely classified technologies and information, have been investigated before with little success. Edward Snowden's Leaks were the first time the existence of clandestine black budget influence could be seen by the general public.

In 1997, a US Senate report described them as so sensitive that they are exempt from standard reporting requirements to the Congress. Since then the American Classified world has become so large secretive and unwieldy that no one knows how much money is being spent, how many people it employs, what programs are inside of it, and how many committee or agency redundancies there are.

The consensus is the government is spending too much. I can agree, citing Rumsfeld's declaration to the house appropriations committee, in 2001. The Secretary of defense said that they could not account for approximately 2.6 trillion dollars in transactions.

It scary to think about how far away this runaway train of misplaced idealism and trillions in cash. Senator Daniel K. Inouye scared all of us when he stated,

"There exists a shadowy government with its own Air Force, its own Navy, its own fund-raising mechanism, and the ability to pursue its own ideas of the national interest, free from all checks and balances, and free from the law itself."

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