'Conspiracy theory' (Name Calling)
Name Calling

Fascism is inherently conspiratorial, and the study of it is often maligned as 'conspiracy theory.' ---Alex Constantine

[Using Matrix terminology blue pills are called Pyjama people, red pills Conspiracy theorists.  A 'conspiracy theorist' is a Rationalization (pejorative) term created by the medical industry (also the Elite) for a Truth seeker.Wink  This suppresses allopathic criticism, knowledge of the medical conspiracy, and the beliefs of alternative medicine, not to mention the other conspiracies/cartels. Helped by the fact they have become internal forbidden beliefs to avoid waking up and facing the real reality (See: Slavery and the eight veils by Don Harkins, Ego denial).   The favourite 'Name Calling' term, a word that has, what the CIA call, a slide attached to it (as in Snakes and Ladders), where you are conditioned to go down the (invisible) slide to the belief package they have waiting for you at the bottom, way back on the road to truth---that 'there-are-no-conspiracies' (people will believe anything!), and that the person labelled such is a mentally ill--a 'nut', 'paranoid', 'kook', or a charlatan, quack, crank (that covers non-allopaths).  They have conveniently written down what they want you to think in this classic what-to-think article in Wikipedia (how helpful of them), what they called 'Conspiracism,' similar to another what-to-think page called Crank.  They attached a similar slide to the word anti-vaccine (which is why it fell out of use--who wants to be labelled a nut?)--they even made a page to it on Wikipedia called Anti-vaccinationist, where they put a link in to the crank page, but the whale editor has thrown a few spanners into that page--have a laugh at the Anti-vaccinationist assertions page, they have managed to cut the assertions in half!  An Allopathic editor even banned anyone calling him an Allopath!--he didn't want anyone (and probably himself as well) from seeing that he had a pecuniary and professional interest in vaccination.  This is all propaganda in action.]

See: Terminology   Paranoid  Anti-vaccine  'Pseudoscience' & 'anti-science'  Quacks & quackery

Over Half of Americans Don’t Trust Government & Doctors On Vaccination

[2013 Jan] “Conspiracy Theory”: Foundations of a Weaponized Term By Prof. James F. Tracy

[2011 June] 9/11 and the Orwellian Redefinition of "Conspiracy Theory" By Paul Craig Roberts  it now means any explanation, or even a fact, that is out of step with the government’s explanation and that of its media pimps..  

[1992] How the Washington Post Censors the News. A Letter to the Washington Post by Julian C. Holmes

REFUTING POPULAR MYTHS ABOUT CONSPIRACY THEORIES

Quotes
"The real meaning of the word paranoia is--- a man or person who has the ability to link events that seemingly are not connected."---John Coleman

"No matter how paranoid or conspiracy-minded you are, what the government is actually doing is worse than you imagine."--William Blum

And of all the taboos - obviously for a long time the North network was just a 'crazy conspiracy theory', and then the idea that Bush was involved was a 'crazy conspiracy theory', and the idea that there was a cover-up was a 'crazy conspiracy theory', and I'd seen all these conspiracy theories actually turn out to be true[1993] Fooling America. A talk by Robert Parry

   Though the Washington Post does not over-extend itself in the pursuit    of hard news, just let drop the faintest rumor of a government  "conspiracy", and a klaxon horn goes off in the news room. Aroused from apathy in the daily routine of reporting assignations and various other political and social sports events, editors and reporters scramble to the phones. The klaxon screams its warning: the greatest single threat to herd-journalism, corporate profits, and government stability -- the dreaded "CONSPIRACY THEORY"!!  It is not known whether anyone has actually been hassled or accosted  by any of these frightful spectres, but their presence is announced to Post readers with a salvo of warnings to avoid the tricky, sticky webs spun by the wacko "CONSPIRACY THEORISTS". [1992] How the Washington Post Censors the News. A Letter to the Washington Post by Julian C. Holmes

The destruction of the American mind and American institutions is now so far advanced that the demonic cabal has been able to establish a police state without the people rising up against them.  The cabal has taken great pains to avoid publicity and recognition, to the point that most people are blind to its existence. It requires advanced powers of discernment to even see its presence, so hidden has been its subversive activity. Anyone who speaks of a cabal is immediately dismissed as a paranoid conspiracy theorist,  lumped with extremists of all stripes, and made persona non grata in any professional field. The Demonic Cabal by Dr. Norman D. Livergood

"Conspiracy theory" is usually used as a pejorative label, meaning paranoid, nutty, marginal, and certainly untrue. The power of this pejorative is that it discounts a theory by attacking the motivations and mental competence of those who advocate the theory. By labeling an explanation of events "conspiracy theory," evidence and argument are dismissed because they come from a mentally or morally deficient personality, not because they have been shown to be incorrect. Calling an explanation of events "conspiracy theory" means, in effect, "We don't like you, and no one should listen to your explanation."
    In earlier eras other pejorative labels, such as "heresy," "witchery," and "communism" also worked like this. The charge of "conspiracy theory" is not so severe as these other labels, but in its way is many times worse. Heresy, witchcraft, and communism at least retain some sense of potency. They designate ideas to be feared. "Conspiracy theory" implies that the ideas and their advocates are simple-minded or insane.
    All such labels implicitly define a community of orthodox believers and try to banish or shun people who challenge orthodox beliefs. Members of the community who are sympathetic to new thoughts might shy away from the new thoughts and join in the shunning due to fear of being tainted by the pejorative label. CONSPIRACY THEORY AS NAIVE DECONSTRUCTIVE HISTORY by Floyd Rudmin

"Misinformation detours are called "slides" by the CIA, to prevent people from looking and thinking in the right directions."--Fritz Springmeier  The Illuminati Formula 12. External Controls

"Whenever I hear the words "conspiracy theory" it usually means someone is getting too close to the truth."----- former CIA employee, Michael Hasty:----Ref

"A good conspiracy is an unprovable one.  If you can prove it, somebody has screwed up."----Mel Gibson character in  Conspiracy Theory'

"Sidetrack opponents with name calling and ridicule.  This is also known as the primary 'attack the messenger'  ploy, though other methods qualify as variants of that approach. Associate opponents with unpopular titles such as 'kooks', 'right-wing', 'liberal', 'left-wing', 'terrorists', 'conspiracy buffs',  'radicals', 'militia', 'racists', 'religious fanatics',  'sexual deviates', and so forth. This makes others  shrink from support out of fear of gaining the same label, and you avoid dealing with issues."--H. Michael Sweeney

A Jewish acquaintance once criticized me for my views, adding "there are no conspiracies." "May I quote you on that?," I asked. He could not understand my purpose in wanting to do so, so I told him: "because it’s not often one hears Jewish people denying the Nazi holocaust the way you just did." After advising him that the "Nazi holocaust" requires a conspiracy of German government officials, he was prepared to modify his statement to allow for the kinds of conspiracies that he believed in.
    One of my colleagues, who teaches antitrust law, attacked me for defending even the idea of "conspiracies," until I asked him if he intended to reduce his course from three units to one. "Since so much of antitrust law consists of ‘conspiracies’ to restrain trade, or fix prices, or divide up markets, or monopolize an industry, or engage in such more subtle ‘conspiracies’ as ‘conscious parallelism,’ I assume that, since you do not believe in conspiracies, you will take the lead in condemning such specious theories."
---Will the Real Paranoids Please Raise Their Hands? by Butler Shaffer

Do we need further proof that the world is one-horse company town, and J.D. and his cabal own the company? They decide which politicians, universities and academics get funding, which books get published and reviewed, which movies get made. We are condemned to look into mirrors that don't reflect reality. That's why we are so skeptical of conspiracy. The Devil's Work: Feminism and the Elite Depopulation Agenda By Henry Makow Ph.D

"The New York Times is for us what Pravda was for the Soviets....America is a country full of conspiracy, and yet when you mention the word on television the interviewer giggles, so that people will think only nuts who believe in abduction by aliens believe in conspiracies.  But don't they know they are being had?  They are being lied to every day."--Gore Vidal (Observer magazine 12 Aug 2001)

"Apparently, 'conspiracy stuff' is now shorthand for unspeakable truth."— Gore Vidal, from "The Enemy Within", 27 Oct 2002

Because there is so much disinformation out about the people who run this country, it must sometimes seem rather bizarre that people like me come along and say there is a satanic conspiracy of great magnitude. If Americans were as a whole critical thinkers and would challenge the propaganda that the controlled media gives them, then the false fronts and false public images of their leaders might not get written up so easily as history. There are not many critical thinkers in this nation. There are a great many intelligent people, but not a great many critical thinkers. A conspiracy of great magnitude has had this nation in its grips since the nation was founded, and the controlled press has managed to prevent the general population from finding this conspiracy out. Bloodlines of the Illuminati 6. Kennedy

"Definition---Conspiracy Theory: any conclusion in the context of any topic that 60 Minutes doesn't want mentioned, discussed, or researched."--J Orlin Grabbe http://www.aci.net/kalliste/60attack.htm

Examples:
"In the future, please don't waste the energy it takes to alert us to such nonsense. If any of our people are interested, they can hear these subjects discussed breathlessly at "Conspiracy Theory" weekend workshops that feature a lot of these same speakers. It's bad enough that we have to deal with denialists, like Duesberg. The last thing we need is another conspiracy faction pounding on our door."--Martin Delaney

Or in other words, it is all a conspiracy!  All of us scientists are out to get you - evolution, vaccines, relativity, heliocentricity - it's all a myth promoted by "the man" to protect the profits of corporations. After all, the people who work in universities, government organizations, NGO's, biotech companies, etc, couldn't possibly INDIVIDUALS, each with their own ideas and opinions.  No, they must all follow the thoughts transmitted to them from the master biotech overmind (patent pending).--Usenet May 2006

Ohh dear lord, the conspiracy angle again.  Quick everyone, tighten your foil hats!  The biotech/alien/doctors/central computer cartel are out to get you (did I miss anyone?).