Wednesday, 4 April 2018
Monday, 8 January 2018
Prime Minister Theresa May is facing fresh controversy today following startling claims made by a Chris Spivey, prominent writer in the Alternative Media, that she’s an imposter, installed in Number 10 Downing Street for evil and nefarious ends.
Battered by claims of a shambolic and botched reshuffle, May finds herself at a centre of a new conspiracy theory that claims she does not exist, but is in fact a made up persona, played by at least four different people, one of which is Margaret Thatcher’s son, Dennis Thatcher.
In a world of fake news and computer generated imagery (CGI), Spivey claims that the world’s ‘One Percent,’ controls the world’s population by stealth, fear, corruption, bribery and blackmail.
“Every single one of us could have a better life, if we but knew it. The reason we don’t is because we live in a world that is an illusion… An act.”
All the World’s a Stage
Biting at the heels of the world’s most famous conspiracy theorists such as David Icke and Alex Jones, Spivey has been at the centre of controversy himself when in 2015 he found himself in hot water for claiming the Lee Rigby Woolwich murder was a government sponsored hoax, orchestrated to foster anti-islamic feelings.
Labelled an ‘Internet Troll’ by the mainstream media, he was found guilty of harassing the Rigby family across an 11 month period, but has since continued to publish controversial articles on his blog which boasts an impressive readership in it’s millions.
Convinced the world is not what’s it’s advertised to be, he blames all the world’s ill’s on a secret criminal elite, hell bent on keeping the world’s population in servitude and fear.
“Get rid of this 1% and we can all enjoy life as it should be. Without these evil parasites, living off our misery there would be no wars, no starving and no homelessness.”
While Theresa May may have more pressing things to address today, this conspiracy theory is set to run and run.
Truth is Stranger than Fiction
With more and more people turning to conspiracy theories to explain the world around them, Spivey spearheads a growing number of writers and activists who are disputing the official story being feed to us by the established mainstream media.
Whether the world is flat or round, whether aliens are amongst us or whether man has really been to the moon, the fledgling Truth Movement continues to be lambasted and persecuted as a minority section of society, derided as ‘Tin Foil Hat Wearers’.
Could it really be true that the world’s populace have been lied to on an industrial scale? Only time will tell.