Q. From where did the damaging term ‘Conspiracy Theorist’ originate? A. Here

This is a CIA memo from 1967 to all bureau chiefs around the world. This memo is the origin of the term “conspiracy theorist.”

After the Warren Commission published its conclusions about Kennedy’s assassination, books began appearing that challenged the report’s conclusions. The CIA instructed its agents to suppress any debate by labeling anyone who asked questions a ‘conspiracy theorist’.

What was the CIA so afraid of? What is wrong with questions and debate? What were they trying to hide?

Why is anyone who questions the nature of COVID-19, possible treatments, and concerns about vaccines labeled a conspiracy theorist?

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