Conspiracy theory is a phrase used to refer to any putative conspiracy. Today, it is used by some – over and over – to discredit those who claim that there is an Anglo-American power elite intent on taking over the world. There very obviously is a New World Order taking shape today. But the more people try to mention it, the more the words "Conspiracy Theory" are used to denigrate their perceptions.
The main criticism of those who try to explain today's world events is that they have "no proof." Of course, there is rarely hard proof because the powers-that-be run the intelligence agencies that would provide the proof and own the mainstream media that would tend to investigate but instead ignore patterns that are clearly globalist.
In fact, the conspiracy actually lies with those who continually suppress evidence about what is going on. The patterns are unmistakable even if the proof is not immediately at hand. Ironically, when the proof does surface, as with global warming emails that showed clearly there was a cover-up underway – to suppress evidence that did not support global warming – such evidence is not examined by the mainstream press but in a sense suppressed.
Despite the best efforts of the Anglo-American power elite to suppress evidence of their New World Order conspiracy the Internet has virtually blown up the secrecy with which they have operated. This has put the elite into the odd position of denying what is clearly evident on the Internet itself – thousands of blogs and alternative news services now track the unfolding globalization of money power.
Today there is a world court, an international political body (the UN) and the International Monetary Fund is attempting to set up a world currency. Still, the powers-that-be deny that the world is centralizing or that the goal is one-world government. There is a European Union, an African Union, Union of South American Nations, Association of South East Nations, and many believe that a Union of the Americas is on its way shortly. The power elite denies such plans and claims that those who are presenting such arguments have no proof and are merely indulging in fanciful flights of fancy.
In fact, these arguments might have obfuscated the issue several decades ago but today people are beginning to get angry about their financial and political situation versus money power. As problems deepen more and more people will turn to the Internet and alternative media to find out what is actually occurring in the world. Protestations that such information constitutes a conspiracy will likely be less and less effective. Conspiracy Theory may come into its own.