Not all of them are kooky tin foil hats, and after the Wikileaks revelations in 2016, it’s hard to see where they were wrong in the main. Still, while they are almost always more accurate than CNN, not all conspiracy websites are equal. I’ve been going through this since 2008, so here is my take. I am not saying I agree with all of them.
Joseph Farrell. People laugh at Farrell, but I always tell them (a) he is a D.Phil from Oxford and (b) his conclusions are always judicious and balanced. And while he does play the Nazi card heavily, he doesn’t see Nazis as the root (and explanation) of every evil event in the world. His writing style combines analytic precision with profound depth.
Jim Marrs. I never bought into the Annuki or Reptilians creating us, but Marrs’s stuff on more recent events is pretty good. I definitely recommend his Rise of the Fourth Reich. And he is one of the most natural speakers I’ve ever listened to.
Henry Makow. I came across his blog in 2008. He does a pretty good job in connecting the dots, though he tends to see the Jews behind everything. He has a brilliant expose of Jeff Rense. I don’t agree with his claim that Putin is working with the New World Order.
Cathy O’Brien. I’m not sure about her specific claims, but her narrative of CIA mind-control is accurate.
Jay’s Analysis. Jay is a friend of mine. I’ve been impressed with how he has come along recently.
Vigilant Citizen. Some of the early stuff was pretty good, but they have a tendency to see MK-Ultra behind everything. I also suspect they plagiarized from Jay Dyer.
Hollywood Subliminals. Mostly good. I think they stretch a lot of images to show the Eye of Horus, but their other stuff is often informative.