Conspiracy Theory is that enigmatic concept in which an urban legend or a conclusion arrived by a series facts and fictions occurs.
I love Conspiracy Theory not as an avid believer in the conspiracy but in the intriguing mysteries that often read as good fiction.
However sometimes when a Conspiracy Theory is derived from verifiable facts, something may ring true or partially true. Even so the verifiable facts might be arranged to form a conclusion based on expectations rather than a realistic conclusion arrived by line upon line leading to a legitimate educated guess.
I am a man of faith so definitely I may fall prey to a conclusion based on expectations rather a true educated guess.
I wrote all that because I found an article I found on Prophecy Update. If you are unfamiliar with Prophecy Update, it is an InJesus Group that publishes a daily dose of news from various non-MSM outlets that point to the website’s view of Biblical prophetic writing.
So check this article out by Bill Wilson which I will post below. Is it a Conspiracy Theory or an educated guess?
Connecting the Dots — Prophecy of Jeremiah in Play as Islam Uses Terror, Instability to Buy Control of Worldwide Babylon
By Bill Wilson, KIN Senior Analyst
Posted at Prophecy Update
January 6, 2008
The War of Islamic Aggression is planning a surprise attack on all non-Islamic nations. In fact, the strategy is already in play, and the West has taken the bait. The surprise will be when the West wakes up to the fact that Islam has taken over the world by controlling the oil, the finances, the debt and the economic power of non-suspecting nations like the United States.
Islam has used terrorism to increase world instability, which has raised oil prices. The windfall from the oil price increases has been used to buy financial institutions, bail out major credit institutions, and increase holdings over government debt in enemy nations — the United States being the prime target.
The year 2007 saw some mighty obvious signs of this strategy. The purchase of a controlling interest in the London Stock Exchange by Islamic governments in Dubai and Qatar was just one leg in the strategy. But the purchase of the NASDAQ by Dubai was even more clever. When Dubai bought roughly 20 percent of the NASDAQ exchange, it sweetened the deal by affording NASDAQ a piece of ownership in the Sweden stock exchange, OMX.
The United Arab Emirates seized an opportunity to bail out Citigroup to the tune of $7.5 billion, and Citigroup will pay junk bond rates of 11 percent interest for the privilege. You see, Islam doesn’t charge interest on its own people, but the infidels get charged usury.
Moreover, the price of oil has hit record highs of over $100 per barrel — not because of supply limitations (experts say there is more oil on the market than ever), but because of world instability. And world instability is caused by Islam’s terrorist operations. The Bhutto assassination plus terrorist attacks in Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries all add up to major world unrest.
As world instability increases, prices of precious commodities increase. In the first trading day of the New Year, oil, platinum and gold reached record highs on international exchanges. Gold is often considered a hedge against instability because it is the basis of financial instruments.
Instability directly attributed to Islam benefits Islam. As oil prices rise, Islam has windfalls to buy assets. For example, the U.S. Treasury Department reports that OPEC members increased their holdings of U.S. Treasuries 12 percent through July to $123.8 billion. The U.S. Department of Energy estimated in October that OPEC’s share of U.S. debt is growing is based on the 31 percent rise in oil since December 2006, which raised OPEC revenue about 4 percent to $630 billion in 2007 and 9 percent to $688 billion in 2008.
Jeremiah 51:14 (NKJV) says, "Surely I will fill you with men as with locusts; and they shall lift up a battle cry against you." Don’t be surprised: The prophecy of Jeremiah may be unfolding before our very eyes.