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It's all true. There is a New World Order conspiracy; they're keeping secrets from you. And we know what the secrets are. Are you curious?

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It's all true. There is a New World Order conspiracy; they're keeping secrets from you. And we know what the secrets are. Are you curious?

80% of us believe in things with no basis in science.*

Conspiracy theories are more popular than ever, and social media is in on it.*

We designed our marketing campaign using conspiracy theory mythology as inspiration. We thought we would try to take advantage of this unique moment in history. Social media has changed our world.* What was once a 20th-century pastime limited to that century's media has now become a constant online cottage industry.* We have a conspiracy theory loving President who can't help himself.* More people are skeptical of official narratives than ever before.* People love trying to solve mysteries. Conspiracy theorizing provides us with endless mental mazes and puzzles to solve. Many of us can't resist this lure.* And we couldn't resist using conspiracy theories to promote Snelgraphix.

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