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One of the worst things about conspiracy theories is the fact they are almost airtight. Every debunking or piece of evidence against it will be viewed as an attempt to "misinform the public", and the lack of evidence for it is viewed as a government cover-up.

The flood of conspiracy theories results in possibly-rational conspiracy theories getting lost in the midst of the noise of newsworthy but disingenuous ideas such as New World Order or the Moon landing hoax.

Not everyone involved in a conspiracy necessarily knows all the details; in fact, sometimes none do.


  • Infowars(link): Banned from all Wikimedia projects in 2018, because a majority of people who use them do so in an attempt to shut down debate.[1]
  • All News Pipeline(link): A Christian Conspiracy site who is so paranoid that they believe their site host has it in for them. Slowly becoming more popular as another "go-to" site for Conspiracies.
  • Anonymous ART of Revolution(link): One of the more popular Anonymous Facebook pages due to their posting up of inspirational art, it is nevertheless a hot-bed of virtually every tin-hat theory under the roof. Basically Infowars with Guy Fawkes masks.
  • Banned.video(link): Home to Alex Jones, Infowars, and other unsavory people after they were banished from YouTube for violating the site's Terms of Use. It's chock-full of videos with conspiracy theories.
  • Anders Björkman(link): Also goes by Heiwa. Apollo hoax and 9/11 conspiracy theorist. Has no idea how to do energy balances or compute propellant requirements for orbital maneuvers (has notably claimed that the Tsiolkovsky rocket equation is unrelated to this). Offers million-Euro prizes to anyone who shows him to be wrong, and either ignores people who proceed to do so or makes silent corrections to his site in response.
  • Kerry Cassidy(link): Paranoid nutcase conspiracy theorist who makes long self-worshipping videos about all kinds of woo.
  • Concienciaradio.com(link) (in Spanish): If you don't feel compassion for a delusional man and you can't help but laughing your ass off at almost every sentence the man says, you may enjoy this.
  • Conscience48(link) (in French): If you just thought that American conspiracy theorists were lunatics, listen to these French people.
  • Contraperiodismomatrix.com(link) (in Spanish): The shrine of Spanish conspiracy-mongers. Take a look just for the lulz!
  • James Corbett(link): A conspiracy crank who describes every crisis, and every form of media as part of a top secret deep state with a New World Order agenda.
  • Mark Dice(link): Conservative Christian Trump supporter. Known for making videos involving conspiracy theories, science denial, and arrogant conservatism.
  • Dont Speak News(link): Christian End Times conspiracy site.
  • Eliitin Esoteeriset Symbolit(link) (in Finnish): An attempt at cataloging alleged esoteric symbolism used by The Elites™ both in the blog's native Finland and abroad, coupled with a Schopenhauer quote so naive you can't help but laugh.
  • Eveil-delaconscience.com(link) and their YouTube channel(link) (in French):
  • Fake Pandemic(link): Calls the COVID-19 pandemic a "hoax". Spreads batshit theories about it.
  • The Forerunner Chronicles(link): Christopher Hudson is a "guerrilla filmmaker" and self proclaimed Seventh-day Adventist "pastor" (despite having no ministerial credentials whatsoever) based out of New York. Clearly influenced by fellow SDA conspiracy theorist/creationist Walter Veith (although with a much bigger emphasis on the conspiracy theory part). Some of Hudson’s greatest hits: accusing rapper Jay-Z of being a devil-worshipping Freemason, denouncing Oprah Winfrey as a disciple of Satan, accusing Obama of attempting to turn America gay, declaring masturbation a sin that causes mental illness and calling superstorm Sandy a harbinger of cannibalism. Notorious for blocking any and all remotely critical comments, stifling honest questions and debates among viewers in his video threads and for his highly aggressive, loud, authoritative manner of speaking. Routinely begs for money from his subscribers and unfortunately has plenty of churches willing to support his "ministry". Made national news as the creepy, predatory "spiritual advisor" to young actor Angus Jones, who converted to Adventism after watching his videos.
  • FullSpectrumSurvival(link): A survivalist how-to guide for the apocalypse.
  • Gaia (or Gaia.com)(link): Not to be confused with health woo site Gaia Health. Gaia.com is a hub for all kinds of conspiracies dressed up to look respectable via the usual schlockumentary tricks of style over substance. It’s About blurb pretty much bends the site’s woo and pseudoscientific conspiracist approach in neon by proclaiming: ”Answer life’s deeper questions and go beyond the mainstream narrative with Gaia— a member-supported media network of truth seekers and believers empowering an evolution of consciousness. Explore over 8,000 ad-free, streaming titles that challenge modern paradigms and allow you to manifest the reality that defines your being.”[2]
  • Gang stalking Suomessa(link) (in Finnish): A likely schizophrenic believes himself to be a victim of gang stalking – and somehow this nets him over a hundred thousand views. Inactive as of July 2021.
  • Gorilla199(link): A British conspiracy theorist and Christian. He claims that the world is controlled by shape-shifting aliens and Freemasons. He is known to block anybody who posts comments that criticize his videos, claiming that they worship "The Beast." He is basically NephilimFree and David Icke combined into one person. Also engaged in anti-relativity bullshitery.[3]
  • Havaintoja uudesta maailmanjärjestyksestä (“NWO-havaintoja”)(link) (in Finnish): Run by Teemu Vehkala, quite easily the most prominent (and insane) conspiracy theorist in Finland, this piece of trash has over 13 million views as of May 2020. Claims to fame include depicting a street lamp in Russia as an UFO. The site has such notoriety that even Ylilauta,Wikipedia otherwise an important den of alt-right activity in Finland, has blacklisted the URL to it.
  • Henry Makow.com(link): Official website of men rights activist, batshit crazy NWO/Illuminati conspiracy theorist, and anti-Semite Henry Makow.
  • Michelle Hopkins(link): Makes a lot of videos ranting about HAARP and Chemtrails. Thinks chemtrails have blood and can land on cars. Oh and, in some videos, her description for those videos are LONG and full of YouTube links to other Conspiracy Themed videos. Of course, to some people she's a govt. paid shill. Not even Conspiracy Theorists can trust each other.
  • David Icke.com(link): Wake up, sheeple! The world is being controlled by shape-shifting alien jews lizards from the 4th dimension! The moon is a hollowed-out planetoid from which reality is being projected! Secret passages in Masonic lodges lead to the Hollow Earth! WOOOOOOOH!
  • IllumiCorp(link): Website which advertises itself as "always hiring for new Illuminati members". You know, because an alleged organisation hellbent on secretly taking over the world would surely have a site where you can "join" them and, in turn, give them more money. At least you get a cool and hip card which verifies your scam Illuminati membership.[note 1]
  • Illuminati Symbols(link): If you have a fetish for symbols, objects, and hand gestures, this is the site for you. In all other areas it is the typical website for Illuminati-obsessed freaks, with a lot of the typical celebrity and media fear mongering.
  • Information Clearing House(link): A typical conspiracy theory claiming to be "a clearing house" for information. Deals with your typical right-wing conspiracy paranoia as well.
  • MoonlightOwl70(link): "I don't follow conspiracy "theories" I only use [sic] facts. People need to wake up." These "facts" are just hand signs, symbols and long-refuted "evidence", turns out.
  • Muscle Missions(link): claims that bodybuilding is a huge Satanic conspiracy. The site includes various articles and videos with content resembling paranoid schizophrenia (such as a claim that bodybuilder Jay Cutler was caught on video making a Satanic hand symbol), and even offers a subscription to a weird magazine with a beach-buff Satan on the front page.
  • Odysee(link): A "free-speech" platform for sharing videos that runs on LBRYWikipedia blockchain. As with every webshite of this type, it's full of conspiracy videos.
  • Paranoia - The Conspiracy Reader(link): Started as a 'zine in 1992 as a general clearing house for all things conspiracy.
  • The Phora(link): A message board for conspiracy theorists.
  • Pravda.ru(link): Russian nationalist conspiracy theorist tabloid.
  • Steve Quayle(link): An all-around conspiracy theorist, prepper, pseudoscience promoter, and author of several pseudohistory books. He is known to pop up on trustworthy radio shows such as Coast to Coast AM and Alex Jones. Warning: his web site will make your eyes bleed.
  • Rense(link): Jeff Rense's webshite. It's like a slightly (huge emphasis on slightly) saner version of Whale.to.[4] Mostly concentrates on conspiracy theories of the Illuminati/NWO/Jewish type, but also a big source of alt-woo, and just woo in general.
  • Saints Against Tyranny(link): Same as always. Masonic symbolism in corporate logos, Bohemian Club, Baphomet, depopulation... *yawn*.
  • SGTReport(link): A channel with every conspiracy theory you could think of.
  • Stop the Crime(link): Massively incoherent crank site and home of Deborah Taveres, who is convinced that smart meters, WiFi, and cellular telephone technology are part of a worldwide depopulation and mind control conspiracy wrapped up with the Rothchilds, Rockefellers, and international bankers; and that this conspiracy has overtaken all government and military entities and is enforced by the nefarious use of directed energy weapons, microwave frequencies, chemical warfare, and government-engineered climate change.
  • StormCloudsGathering(link): A channel about what you aren't being told and how global financial collapse and the start of WW3 are imminent.
  • RICK THORNE(link): Yeah... Your brain will melt when you go on his channel. Speeches out of context, "CAPS LOCK BECAUSE I AM A [sic] DISABLED VIETNAM WAR VET" and hundreds of videos of crazy. Pretty funny actually.
  • TruthNeverTold(link): Wake up sheeple, the financial market is going to crash any moment now so buy gold now before the NWO ban it!
  • Truth and Action(link): "Learn the Truth... Then Take Action" - they rarely cite their sources and when they do, it frequently ends in circular references.
  • Truthstream Media(link): Hosted by Aaron and Melissa Dykes, a married couple of ex-InfoWars employees who promote every conspiracy under the sun, from GMO skepticism to the New World Order.
  • TruthUnveiled777(link): Black Hebrew Israelite who goes into Flat Earth and Holocaust denial.
  • UFO entral(link): Known for their crank documentaries.[5]
  • The Vigilant Christian(link): Conspiracy theorist who thinks that everything is satanic illuminati. Everything that is wrong is the illuminati according to The Vigilant Christian. He is anti-Semitic, thinks the Marvel superheroes are evil when he completely disregards the villains such as Mephisto, thinks Batman and Superman are Marvel when they are in fact DC, and he hates women as proved by the video Vigilant Manhood 101 - The Satanic Feminist Movement EXPOSED.[6] Has not been active since 2021.
  • Alan Watt(link): Conspiracy theorist loon, believes everything other than what he teaches is being used to distract us all from the great truth he possesses. Also a climate change denier.
  • The Web of Slime(link): Wingnut who claims to be apolitical and non-religious despite heaps of anticatholicism. Frequently throws tantrums on his subreddit, r/topconspiracy.
  • WhatDoesItMean.com(link): The conspiracy site to end all conspiracy sites, "highlighted" by the "reporting" of Sorcha Faal.
  • Whale.to(link): Best known as a site promoting various alt-med conspiracy theories, this is more of a maelstrom of lunacy.

Survivalists and doomsday-preppers[edit]

  • The Economic Collapse Blog(link): Survivalist wingnuttery, constant predictions of impending doom, failing at basic economics, paranoia, gold buggery, it's all here.
  • Finca Bayano(link): As featured on German broadcaster NDR in October 2016, Finca Bayano is an enterprise of German survivalist expat Stefan Mudry, that entices people to "emigrate while they can" to Panama, and uses economic collapse, civil war and travel restriction fearmongering to entice them. He claims to want to build a survivalist community of 150 people, but according to NDR the ambition is far from getting anywhere.[7]
  • Martial Law Survival(link): A plug for a book by a purported former soldier and political advisor "revealing" how the US government is soon going to institute martial law and lock tax protestors and abortion opponents up in FEMA concentration camps, as well as what said persons can do to prepare.
  • MrMBB333(link): Although he has some reasonable commentary in some of his videos talking about recent natural disasters, he has embraced some conspiracy theories[8] and has overhyped certain events before they happen. For instance, hurricanes and other cyclonic storms, in which he used computer models that can change over the course of days. All to prepare for the end times.
  • Northeast PA Polar Shift Preparedness Site(link): The world as we know it will end next year with the shifting of the magnetic poles and only a few people in Pennsylvania know. The N.E.P.A. website may help you prepare and will also explain crop circles.
  • Stansberry and Associates(link): A painfully transparent mix of economic doomsaying and pump-and-dump financial fraud. Proudly shilled for by Ron Paul and a number of far-right "news" sites.
  • StormCloudsGathering(link): A sleekly designed website layered over a survivalist and crank-laden mess that makes the average Tea Party look sane. Where World War III and the impending collapse of the economy/nation/global civilization/etc. is just around the corner, with a good helping of NWO, 9/11 trutherism, and a kitchen sink of conspiracy propaganda. Warning: clicking the link may cause one to lose hope in humanity. That said, they don't mince words when it comes to racists and neo-Nazis,[9] so there's at least one thing going for them. Also, hear all about what you're "not being told" by the "corporate media", like: The DHS has bought 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition, the US is preparing for a coming economic crash ... by planning to put people in slave camps, and the Sarin gas in Syria in August 2013 was orchestrated by Obama in order to blame Assad so he could go to war with Syria's allies (which, of course, the site talked about before the attack even took place).
  • THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE(link): You NEED TO VIEW THIS CHANNEL and fall into a world of conspiracy crankery.



  1. Please, don't waste your money on anything on this website.