Finally, Some Decent Conspiracy Theory for a Change
No, the conference was not a meeting by World Health Organization officials bent on taking over the world; and the brochure, which is presented below, does not convey nearly as much ominous threat as some of the rather strange conspiracy theorists like Jesse Woodrow claimed in a YouTube video that's working the rounds at conspiracy theory Websites.
However, the brochure is not without its disconcerting perhaps even downright disturbing passages, particularly with regard to the themes of some of the Friday workshops.
Read the brochure by clicking here, and note the titles of all the different workshops being provided for attendees.
Regular visitors here at The Dark Wraith Forums are not wild-eyed conspiracy theorists, at least not for the most part. In fact, I dare say that I am probably more of a conspiracy theorist than most of you who read my articles, although as I've mentioned before I long for a return to the days before the Right-wing crazies ruined good conspiracy theory management practices with their bizarre stuff about Obama's birth certificate and the health care reform bill "death panels." It's just not much fun anymore trying to be a moderate of any kind, even a moderate conspiracy theorist.
Anyway, enough nostalgia.
Read the brochure for yourselves. See what you think. Do aspects of the conference bother you, or are the topics that were covered nothing other than comprehensive, responsible planning and training?
Speak your peace. If things about the conference bother you, let everyone know; if not, say so.
The Dark Wraith awaits your judgment.