What are the New World Order, Illuminati, and Donald Trump conspiracy theories? Conspiracy theories are quite popular and they are very interesting. This is especially true when the theory is based on some kind of logic, which admittedly is not the case for most of them. The point is that conspiracy theories feed our paranoia and our prejudices and hence we find them comfortable and want them to be true. Well, not really, but only so that we can be proved right.
The most popular conspiracy theories are the ones related to politics and world dominance. Since the election of Donald Trump in the US and a spate of right-wing governments across the world being elected, many people have begun to panic. Rightly so, but one still needs to be aware of the difference between fact and fantasy. Even Donald Trump believes in conspiracy theories but it is both ironic and hilarious since he is the subject of several ones on our list! There are many kook theories being spun out there. One of my favorites is that Australia doesn’t exist.
Some interesting New World Order, Illuminati, and Donald Trump conspiracy theories are Donald Trump being replaced by a clone in the 80s, Trump being a member of the Illuminati, and NASA creating a New World Order. Where Trump is concerned, it certainly might be true! Could his crazy behavior just be influenced by the Illuminati? The clone theory claims that not just Trump, but all his family members are clones. The proof cited is that they have robotic gestures. Hmmm … it’s a bit hard to argue against even though common sense says no. Another theory claims that Donald Trump himself is a member of the Illuminati. Well, only one of these theories could be true! The ‘proof’ consists of the hand gestures he often makes. And to think we thought that he was only misogynist and racist!
NASA is used by everyone when making up conspiracy theories. This one involves NASA in Project Blue Beam, aimed at making people accept the New World Order after destroying everything we have now. For more on New World Order, Illuminati, and Donald Trump conspiracy theories, check out our list. Death and Taxes Mag and Express provided the recommendations.