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  • M.I.A. on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#13) M.I.A.

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    The rapper has not been a fan of social media, not because it can isolate us and amplify our insecurities, but because Facebook and Twitter were supposedly invented by the government to track us. In a 2010 interview with Nylon magazine, she said, "And you know, all governments are connected to Google, and all governments can shift their search engines so only what they want you to see comes up. I want kids to be aware of this digital circumstance."

    She added:

    Everyone on the Internet is like, ‘Oh my God, come and join Facebook!’ They’re all so optimistic…and really, everyone is f*cking you up behind the screens. And I don’t like that. It makes it difficult for me to interact with my fans knowing that. Google and Facebook were developed by the CIA, and when you’re on there, you have to know that.

  • Martin Sheen on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#18) Martin Sheen

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    Former The West Wing star Martin Sheen, father of fellow conspiracy theorist Charlie Sheen, has talked about his feelings on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7. "There are obviously a lot of unanswered questions, let me leave it that way, that are very, very disturbing," he said. "The key to that is Building 7 and how that came down under very, very suspicious circumstances.”

    The elder Sheen acknowledged that his son Charlie "got [him] interested" in the theory.

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    (#21) Spike Lee

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    Lee is among a number of African American celebrities who have publicly espoused the theory that the US government created AIDS to limit the Black population in inner city areas. He's also entertained the notion that the government purposefully allowed the levees in New Orleans's Ninth Ward to breach, ensuring more African Americans would perish.

    “I don't find it too far-fetched that they try to displace all the Black people out of New Orleans,” he said.

  • Charlie Sheen on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#6) Charlie Sheen

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    A vocal and prolific conspiracy theorist, Sheen has spent years questioning the circumstances of the September 11th attacks. While conducting an interview with President Barack Obama in 2009, he urged the president to launch an investigation: 

    Mr. President, I implore you based on the evidence you now possess, to use your Executive Power. Prove to us all Sir, that you do, in fact, care. Create a truly comprehensive and open Congressional investigation of 9/11 and its aftermath. The families deserve the truth, the American people and the rest of the free world deserve the truth.

  • Janeane Garofalo on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#22) Janeane Garofalo

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    In 2004, comedian Janeane Garofalo signed a petition that called for "immediate public attention to unanswered questions that suggest that people within the current (presidential) administration may indeed have deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen, perhaps as a pretext for war."

    She also said "I think 9/11 was an inside job" as part of a joke during an interview with Conan O'Brien.

  • Courtney Love on Random Celebrities Who Believe in Conspiracy Theories

    (#7) Courtney Love

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    Love put her plane tracking skills to work in 2014, suggesting she may have found the disappeared Malasyia Air Flight MH370. She wasn't adamant that she'd found it, however, finishing a Facebook post with "But what do I know?"

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In the past, due to the limited period of information dissemination, the spread of rumors was not so widespread. However, with the rise of the Internet, the spread of conspiracy theories is accelerating. Although people can easily deny the credibility of most conspiracy theories through Internet searches, many people are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories than to find ways to verify them, especially when they are recognized by some celebrities.

The power of the celebrity effect is greater than we thought. The random tool lists 27 celebrities who believe in ridiculous conspiracy theories, they even openly discuss and support these crazy views.

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