History has proven that conspiracy theory often turns out to be conspiracy fact. A “conspiracy” is merely when two or more people secretly plot to carry out some nefarious act, and the U.S. Dept. of Justice has proven that U.S. drug companies, for example, routinely engage in conspiracies against the public.
Always remember that anyone who uses the term “conspiracy theory” in a derogatory context is actually admitting to their own ignorance of history. No chapter of U.S. or world history took place without involving some sort of conspiracy theory-turned-fact. Conspiracies are so real, in fact, that the U.S. government’s official story of what happened on 9/11 describes a classic conspiracy among Saudi operatives.
Turning to Ebola, here are the more popular — and possibly credible — conspiracy theories circulating right now. Ask yourself: Are any of these conspiracies possibly true?