Hillary Clinton, then the First Lady, referred to a “vast right wing conspiracy” when they were hounding her husband for diddling with an intern at the White House.
Yet, aren’t there lots of people who think the world is plotting against them? It could be the thinking that the moon landing took place on a Hollywood sound stage, there was more than one gunman involved in the JFK assassination or any number of things. After all there are the Masons (no relation to Jackie or Perry), the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group and probably dozens of others that, surely, are plotting to establish a New World Order or, at the very least, make sure they get very rich.
The biggest reason people use to debunk the idea of large conspiracies is that it would be impossible to get large numbers of people to agree to be part of it, keep it a secret and then implement the plans made by the leader of the conspiracy.
Then I saw two videos (I’m sure there are more). The first one is a rather benign commercial for T-Mobile which shows people “spontaneously” dancing to ever changing music.
The other is a video of the Black Eyed Peas doing a number for an Oprah show that took place outside on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. The thing about the Oprah/Black Eyed Peas video is that there are vastly larger numbers of people involved that all had to agree to be a part of the “spontaneous” dance routine. rehearse (i.e., plan), keep it a secret until they got into place and heard the song and, then, implement the plan.
Seems like a conspiracy to me.