Much more here https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unethical_human_experimentat...
Stop pretending like there's this secret organization or set of organizations that's pulling the strings or setting global agenda on any relevant level. There isn't. Everything is chaos, no one knows what the fuck is going on at any given time, and nobody is in control. Period.
I really enjoyed this book, and found it very convincing. I don't want to start a thread where we argue over conspiracy theories but just thought I'd add the link if you're interested.
We should all only believe what the government fesses up to, they'd obviously tell us if they were doing any wrongdoing. /s
You need there to be someone in control, it's the only way you stay sane, and it bothers you to no end that there simply isn't.
It's the same argument religion gives, but I doubt you fall for that one, do you? Kind of funny, how inconsistent you are.
But they can be doing evil things which are in their interest without it being some situation of perfect control. It's simply that: evil shit they hope they can get away with, which if successful will probably be in their interests.
Throughout history, this has been the norm for any group with power but without sufficient oversight.
"Evil shit" happens. Coordinated disinformation campaigns to misdirect the public over a long period of time by large unknown groups does not.
My "assumption" is not any kind of strawman absurdist extreme (I never said anything about perfection but nice try), it's simply the reality that conspiracy theories are hallmarked by three distinct attributes that make them categorically nonsense: lack of relevant and credible evidence, lack of falsifiability, and lack of predictiveness.
They literally meet none of the criteria of the definition of a theory, which is why they're a joke and have no place in rational conversation.
I don't believe Kennedy's assassination with Oswald acting alone has been explained, so it sounds like that's a conspiracy.
I think this makes more and more sense as you get older. After college and when you're in the work place you start to realize that no one has any idea what is going on, how to run their lives, and what they should do. Everyone is like this.
There is plenty of known history of false flag operations. And they are so common, that it's essentially just a tool all those three letter agencies use.
> Everything is chaos
It only looks like chaos to an uninformed observer. But it's not. Check out things like Mitrokhin Archive, it should give you some ideas of how organizations pull the strings and how much not chaos any of it is.
The truth is elsewhere. There are many people in control, all engaged in various cooperative and competitive activities which may to the casual observer appear to be chaos only because there is too much activity for one person to analyse in real time.
Therefore, whatever level of "control" required is simply not there. There are not many people in control, no one is engaged in any cooperation, and the chaos observed is actually chaos, not orchestrated.
To say otherwise would be require the three criteria above, which does not exist, period.
It's said that there's a wealth of classified / shouldn't-be-public information (particularly on US military projects/technology) on Wikipedia. The government can't just take these pages down because there's a public record - they'd essentially be confirming the info is important.
in 1962, the same year the film "To Kill a Mockingbird" appeared... contrast
...please use the original title, unless it is misleading or linkbait; don't editorialize
It's just the HN guidelines are clear that you're meant to use the original title unless it's clickbait or misleading. It's been part of the guidelines for at least as long as the guidelines have existed in their current form (over 5 years):
There's a very good reason for this: when people construct their own title to highlight some aspect or angle they think is important, they often get it wrong and imply something about the article that isn't actually reflected in the content - much like clickbait headlines themselves often do.
I'm not commenting on whether or not you did that, but there's a simple way to ensure you don't make that mistake: just use the original title!