CIA Memo 1967: CIA Coined and Weaponized the Label “Conspiracy Theory”

Calling someone a ‘conspiracy theorist’ to dismiss or discredit is bigotry. Let’s be honest about that.

CIA Dispatch memo on conspiracy theory
CIA Dispatch memo on conspiracy theory-Global

The author does a public service by posting the actual memo so we can see for ourselves that the CIA manipulated public consciousness for the term “conspiracy theory” or “conspiracy theorist.”

The author writes: “In 1967 The CIA released a dispatch that coined the label “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorists” to attack anyone who challenged the official narrative from the Warren Commission. It’s interesting to note that the document is labelled “psych”, for psychological operations or disinformation. It’s also marked “CS copy” at the bottom, meaning “Clandestine Services” Unit.

After the 1960’s the word “conspiracy theory”, “conspiracy theorist”, and “conspiracy” started having a negative connotation and is enough to silence anyone who questions the official narrative. To this day we still view conspiracy theorists as crazy tinfoil hatters.”

For background on the controversy about the JFK assassination and the Warren Commission Report, check out:

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