Sigh. Even in Aotearoa New Zealand, roughly 5% of the population are convinced (hard core) conspiracy theorists. Up to another 25% believe some level of conspiracy. The audio clip below cites the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior as an example.
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4 Apr, 2019 at 5:32 pm
conspiracy theories are so easy to believe. no wonder many people find them quite convincing. their peddlers know their trade