If you’re looking for the best conspiracy-related resources available, screw Google.
Type in “conspiracy” and the top hits are dictionary definitions and articles written by media whores and propagandists (many of them Jews). When I typed “conspiracy science” into Jewgle, I got nearly 60,000 hits. When I waded through them, however, I discovered that only about 100 were actually listed—and they didn’t include my book, Conspiracy Science, or any of my websites.
So what are the best conspiracy resources?
The only book I recommend is What Is Conspiracy? It appears to be virtually the only published book that treats conspiracy like a scientific discipline. (In fact, conspiracies are historical events.) However, Conspiracy Science will become king of the hill when it’s published later this year (2022).
As far as websites go, there are torrents of valuable information scattered across the internet, but I haven’t yet found a single conspiracy website that really commands my respect. Except, of course, for the series of sites I’ve created.
- What Is Conspiracy?
The first two sites listed above are the most important. In fact, conspiracy is a major player on most of my websites. Below are some of the more prominent sites to focus on.