Conspiracy Theory Generator. What follows are two conspiracy theory generators. They are
instructional devices used to explore how conspiracism as a genre is
The Panic of 1819: A Central Bank Conspiracy? ©1997 by Gerry Rough. In the eyes of many
conspiracy theorists, the Panic of 1819 is our nation’s first experience
Myth #1: The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was crafted by Wall Street bankers and a few senators
in a secret meeting. On , the conspiracy theorists say.
The silliest of the Federal Reserve conspiracy theories is that the Federal Reserve Act of
December 23, 1913 passed illegally.
The truth about conspiracy theories and extremist groups. The First Bank of the United States
©1997 by Gerry Rough. When Alexander Hamilton entered
The Lyndon LaRouche network, They developed an idiosyncratic, coded variation on the
Illuminati Freemason and Jewish banker conspiracy theories.
Conspiracism Remains Unabated . Conspiracy theories about the causes and culprits of the 9/11
attacks continue to spread. In July of 2004 the official 9-11 Commission
Presidential Executive Order 11,110 is quite infamous among conspiracy buffs "Money and
the Federal Reserve System: Myth and Reality," Congressional Research
The Public Eye web page from Political Research Associates provides in-depth information,
analysis, and news about threats to democracy and diversity.