President John F. Kennedy ended his speech in Galway on June 29, 1963 by saying, So I must say that though other days may not be so bright as we look toward the future, the brightest days will continue to be those in which we visited you here in Ireland.
Hardcorowi zwolennicy teorii spiskowych obowiązkowo muszą wierzyć, że to Żydzi trzęsą światowymi finansami, a rządzą nami szare ufoludki lub reptiloidy z innego wymiaru. Wiara taka pozwala pieścić cenną iluzję.
There are two truisms, the first being you know you are middle-aged when you look forward to discussing conspiracy theories with your friends. A good conspiracy theory, one that holds water, can be informative and entertaining. They can offer insights into a previously unknown viewpoint and thus help you understand the world a little better.