Conspiracy theories

(can be true or false or a mix of both. So we need good common sence to discern them)

True or False ?

God told Noah that a big flood will come and asked him to build the ark on the top of a mountain.

  Noah needed 120 years to build the ark. In this time he also warned the people. But nobody believed him.
  Only Noah and his family were saved.

God ask the prophet Jonah to go to the city of Nineveh and tell the people there, that the city will be destroyed.

  Jonah finally goes to Nineveh and tells the people, that God will destroy their city.
  But the king and the people   of   Nineveh repent and God doesn’t destroy them.
  God scolds Jonah, because Jonah didn’t feel mercy for the people.

Armageddon – Final battle between God’s forces and evil forces at end of history according „Book of Revelation“

  Spiritual and physical battles in 20th and 21st century still going on, on a worldwide level between religious,              democratic nations and communistic, dictaturship nations.


Since the Middle Ages, antisemitism has featured elements of conspiracy theory. The 19th century saw the           emergence of notions that Jews and/or Freemasons were plotting to establish control over the world. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (1903), outlines a supposed plot by Jews to control the world. Such conspiracy theories became central to the worldview of Adolf Hitler. Antisemitic theories persist today in notions concerning for example a purported Zionist Occupation Government.


Theories concerning the Illuminati, a short-lived 18th-century Enlightenment-era secret society, appear to have originated in the late 19th century, when some conservatives in Europe came to believe that the group had been responsible for the French Revolution of 1789–1799. Hoaxes about the Illuminati were later spread in the 1960s by a group of American practical jokers known as the Discordians, who wrote a series of fake letters about the Illuminati to Playboy.

COVID-19 pandemic

Several theories have been promoted about the origin and purported motive behind the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its spread. Some claimed that the virus was engineered, that it may have been a Chinese or United States bioweapon, a population control scheme or related to 5G mobile phone networks. The origins of SARS-CoV-2 are still uncertain. In 2020, there was consensus that it reached humans through zoonotic transmission from bats. However, in 2021, the possibility that the virus spread to humans via a lab leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology began to be seriously investigated and from many scientists approved.

The Great Reset                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

The Great Reset Initiative is an economic recovery plan drawn up by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The project was launched in June 2020, with a video featuring the then Prince of Wales Charles released to mark its launch. The initiative's stated aim is to facilitate rebuilding from the global COVID-19 crisis in a way that prioritizes sustainable development.

WEF chief executive officer Klaus Schwab described three core components of the Great Reset: creating conditions for a "stakeholder economy"; building in a more "resilient, equitable, and sustainable" way, utilising environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics; and "harness[ing] the innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution." In a speech introducing the initiative, International Monetary Fund director Kristalina Georgieva listed three key aspects of a sustainable response to COVID-19: green growth, smarter growth, and fairer growth.

"The Great Reset" was to be the theme of the 2021 World Economic Forum annual summit in Davos, Switzerland, scheduled for January 2021. Due to disruption from COVID-19, the summit was postponed to May 2021, and again to 2022. The Davos 2022 theme was "History at a Turning Point", and the summit was dominated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The Great Reset Initiative, and the World Economic Forum more generally, have been criticised by some commentators for promoting economic deregulation and a greater role in policy for unrepresentative private businesses, particularly large multinational corporations, at the expense of government institutions. Other commentators attacked the scheme for fixating on the concept of health and vastly overestimating the ability of a group of decision makers to bring about global change, or for promoting crony capitalism.

The initiative triggered a range of diverse theories spread by conservative commentators on social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Such theories include that the COVID-19 pandemic was created by a secret group in order to seize control of the global economy, that lockdown restrictions were deliberately designed to induce economic meltdown, or that a global elite was attempting to abolish private property while using COVID-19 to enslave humanity with vaccines. Great Reset theories increased in intensity when leaders such as U.S. president Joe Biden, New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau incorporated ideas of a post-COVID-19 "reset" in their speeches.

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