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Paranoid, angry, or attention seeking wannabe college dropouts who think that by looking at shoddy footage of controversial events and mincing the words of eye witnesses they can piece together their own, delusional version of "The truth" about what REALLY happened that day.

Tin foil hats may or may not be worn.
Everybody should listen to Conspiracy Theorists, they know "The truth" because they haven't been bought out by 'The Man' like those silly scientists. What do they know, what with their PhDs? And their testing? And their research? They obviously don't know shit about what REALLY happened. Just look at this video of the event, see that plane? IT'S A MISSILE.
by CommandoDude August 03, 2010
 
1.
1) Someone with a very open mind... it just happens that they are too open for their own good.

2) A swell way to become an attention whore.

3) A perfect way to waste away years of your life to find no reliable evidence what-so-ever.
Example: A classic 9/11 conspiracy-

Fold a $20 bill in half, then fold one half up perpendicular to the othe half, do the same thing with the other half, *BING*
You found the Pentagon burning down!
Now flip it, you see the twin towers ablazing (which is disturbingly similar though...)
Since the $20 bill's design was concieved in 1928 (over 4 decades when the towers were built), that's nothing more but a coincidence.

>PS, Conspiracy Theorist, haha.
 
2.
A contemptuous term used primarily by the main stream media to slander anyone who questions their monopoly on truth.
Even though he has done his own research and has concluded that the official account of events is either lacking or inaccurate, he is still a conspiracy theorist because he does not believe what the main stream media proclaims to be the truth.
by TruthWaves July 31, 2009
 
3.
A term in which its true meaning has been completely obscured. It is used to attack the credibility of people who seek the truth within crimes committed by the government. It used by those committing the crimes to make those who seek to expose them seem crazy and wrong.
The witnesses who heard a gunshot and saw smoke coming from the grassy knoll during the Kennedy assassination are conspiracy theorists. The witnesses who felt, heard, saw, and where harmed by explosions during the attacks on the World Trade Center towers basement levels on September 11, 2001 are conspiracy theorists. Any who believes the government doesn't love you is a conspiracy theorist.
by TheDeanofGreen85 May 22, 2009
 
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A person who questions known liars
Well, those activists were some crazy conspiracy theorists.
by WeAre1776 dot org June 18, 2012
 
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A way to purposely ruin the reputation of someone who does not blindly follow the mainstream view of something.

Used by pro-establishment entities and political figures to enforce mindless conformity. Could also be used as an extremely useful tool for cover-ups, but this is not currently believed very much.

Many conspiracy theorists commit logical fallacies, but so do 'debunkers'. Some take things way too far. It's important to be logical, but also to have common sense and be open minded.
You think that corporations influence the government? ZOMG CONSPIRACY THEORIST
by Shadow Creator November 22, 2007
 
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Someone who hasn't yet grown out of being an attention seeking psychobabbler. A very mediocre kind of troll.
Conspiracy theorist: "Reptilians control the world's most prominent bloodlines!"

Unfortunate listener: "Zzzz..."

Conspiracy theorist: "You are blind to THEIR lies, person who won't hang on every word I blather! I pour scorn upon you!"

Unfortunate listener: "Yeah, whatever."
by The_Mad_Thinker December 06, 2008
 
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A word used by shills when they are losing an argument. The shill calls their opponent a "conspiracy theorist" in an attempt to discredit them by implying that they are paranoid and delusional. In point of fact, it is the shill using the term "conspiracy theorist that is engaging in an ad hominem attack that can be considered delusional, brainwashed and willfully ignorant of the FACTS.
All those people who think politicians take campaign contributions from corporations and then support legislation that furthers the business interests of said contributors are just conspiracy theorists.
by Smart Guy5 February 07, 2014