Conspiracy Theories That Are Proved To Be True – As we know conspiracy theory is one of the meanings of myths that are told excessively so that it makes us seem to believe. But in fact some of these conspiracy theories actually happen
1. The FBI is spying on Beatles vocalist John Lennon!
The 60-70s were turbulent times for the United States. Not only the Cold War (1947-1991) with the Soviet Union, various cultural movements emerged. Led by artists and musicians, the US government saw the emergence of this movement as a signal of danger!
In 2000, in his book Gimme Some Truth, historian Jon Wiener exposed the truth that the US government does spy on its citizens! Most notably, the US government watched musicians and artists on stage and called for a radical anti-war message.
One of the frontman is the vocalist of The Beatles, John Lennon. When he released the song Imagine in 1971, the whole world was mesmerized by his message calling for a world without division (and without religion). However, to the 37th President of the United States, Richard Nixon, the song Imagine sounded like a threat.
2. The SUNSHINE Project sacrifices children’s bodies for nuclear radiation tests
The world changed rapidly when the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ending World War II (PD2). The atomic bomb became one part of military operations around the world. Of course, at that time, the impact of the atomic bomb was still not understood, especially the radiation effect.
Therefore, in 1953, the US government carried out the SUNSHINE Project to examine the impact of nuclear on humans. Need human subjects to carry out this research. So, a conspiracy theory emerged that the government stole the bodies of children and babies as “guinea pigs”.
3. The United States’ slander against Cuba!
The Bay of Pigs incident was a political and strategic US failure to prevent Fidel Castro’s rise to power. However, it did not end there, various conspiracy theories circulated about the US government, the Bay of Pigs, and Cuba.
One theory claims that it was the US military that carried out various operations to malign Cuba. This proved to be true with Operation Northwoods. Drafted by the US Department of Defense (DoD) and the US Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), the Operation Northwoods proposal was rejected by the US 35th President, John F. Kennedy.