Top 10 Youtube Conspiracy Theorists

Script written by Sean Harris Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we count down the very best that YouTube has to offer! Today we're making you rethink what you believe to be true, as we look at our picks for the top 10 YouTube conspiracy theorists. For this list, we're featuring channels that cover real life social, historical and political conspiracies. Special thanks to our user CallofDutyGamer014 for submitting the idea using our interactive suggestion tool at WatchMojo.comsuggest

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Topx – Top 10 Youtube Conspiracy Theorists

Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we count down the very best that YouTube has to offer! Today we’re making you rethink what you believe to be true, as we look at our picks for the top 10 YouTube conspiracy theorists.

For this list, we’re featuring channels that cover real life social, historical and political conspiracies. While we greatly enjoy theorists that delve into the debatable worlds of film, TV, cartoons and video games, their channels are not in contention today.

#10: TruthLoader

A one-time leader for “alternative” news, TruthLoader has provided fuel for many conspiracy debates since the channel was launched in 2012. Primarily tackling the international political landscape, its most popular uploads all carry at least an element of shock factor, and are all designed to make you question how mass media is presented. While we’re being fed celebrity drama, TruthLoader keeps tabs on the news stories that matter. Or at least they did. The channel has gone quiet since May 2015, but over 600,000 subscribers eagerly await their return.

#9: Corbett Report

Operating on an open-source intelligence principle, the Corbett Report is built around sources that are publically accessible, and which we could research for ourselves if so inclined. The 9-part “9/11 Truth” series focuses on a modern day standard for conspiracy theorists, but Corbett delivers his interpretations with a clarity and confidence that’s difficult to ignore. The “New World Next Week” playlist is the most heavily populated; with over 225 videos focusing on exactly how the society of tomorrow is being shaped. From weaponizing outer space to governmental pedophiles, it can make for uncomfortable, but essential viewing.

#8: Lyn Leahz

Doomsday predictions aren’t exactly rare in modern society. There aren’t many years, or even months, of the 21st century that pass without at least one section of society bracing themselves for an imminent apocalypse. And when it comes to Armageddon, Lyn Leahz has got you covered. Even though her previous asteroid predictions haven’t quite played out as she’d suggested, her videos are still widely watched. The cynics say its simple fear mongering, but if a Biblically inspired narrative of political paranoia is your thing, then there are few channels better on YouTube.

#7: thirdeaglebooks

Hosted by William Tapley, who’s also known as the “Third Eagle of the Apocalypse,” or the “Co Prophet of the End Times,” this channel has religious interpretations at its core. Big titles to live up to, Tapley talks us through his Bible-inspired take on life by uploading at least once a week. His videos, which are usually set against a seemingly random backdrop, carry a simple presentation style in which the self-proclaimed prophet preaches directly to the camera. He believes in God, he doesn’t like Obama, and he really likes Mitt Romney. Tapley’s a man of many ‘talents’.

#6: Paul Joseph Watson

A social critic confident enough in his own views and abilities to build conspiracy theories about other conspiracy theorists, Paul Joseph Watson is one of the toughest talking, most controversial alternative news anchors on YouTube. A second in command on InfoWars, he tackles race, religion, culture, and both extremes of the political spectrum. Wherever a rant is possible, he’s there. And he’s usually coming at the issue from a purposefully provocative angle. With titles like ‘Why Are Feminists Fat & Ugly?’ and ‘F** the Pope’, it’s no wonder Joseph Watson has his critics.

#5: The Vigilant Christian

There’s one thing that really gets a conspiracy theorist excited. It starts with ‘’I’, ends in ‘I’, it features heavily on the Vigilant Christian, and if you haven’t guessed it already then you’re probably one of them. The Illuminati are everywhere – especially, and ironically, when it comes to this channel. Pitching it as an international underground association designed to influence our every move, The Vigilant Christian consistently reminds us of the Illuminati threat. The channel seems to see Satan in literally everything, so lock up your windows and bolt down your doors because the world just isn’t safe!

#4 Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know

In terms of size, scope, and suitable channel names, there are few YouTube conspiracy theorists bigger, broader or more blatant than this one. Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know is exactly that; the eponymous “stuff” is anything from “things you didn’t know about Satan” to everyday “propaganda techniques”; the titular “they” ranges from corrupt governments to far-out religious groups. Hosted by Ben Bowlin and Matt Frederick, these videos are shorter than mostconspiracy shows, more concise, and a little less dependent upon controversial opinions. They’re bite-size films for the budding conspiracy theorist in all of us.

#3: Mark Dice

Another Illuminati-centric channel, Mark Dice works on decoding celebrity culture, and he’s amassed over 400,000 subscribers and 100 million video views in doing so. Jay Z is perhaps his most famous target, who, according to Dice, is a sort of devil-worshiping, Illuminati leader with Kanye West running as his disciple. Beyoncé, Drake, Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry have all felt Dice’s accusatory stare when it comes to the not-so-secret cult. His list of likely members is so long it seems like anyone who’s anyone is on it. Basically, if Dice doesn’t think you’re Illuminati, then you’re just not A-list enough.

#2: AllTime Conspiracies

Focusing in on all corners of society, the factual tone of AllTime Conspiracies is similar to Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know and the Corbett Report – but AllTime is especially convincing. It can be difficult to argue with the evidence provided in these clips, which are usually short but stocked with provocative information. All the classic conspiracies are here – Fake moon landings, alien existence, and Bermuda Triangle ideas – but there are other less mainstream arguments as well. For example, had you ever considered whether Jesus was an alien? Because these guys have given it a lot of thought.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions.

- Backtoconstitution

- NancyLieder

- Disclosure TruthTV

#1: Alex Jones

The most subscribed channel to make today’s list, Alex Jones is a well-known personality outside of YouTube as well. The man in charge of InfoWars, on which sixth-placed Paul Joseph Watson reports, the Alex Jones Channel describes itself as a “beacon of truth in a maelstrom of lies and deception.” Jones heads “the front line of truth journalism,” which is built with over 1000 videos, with more clips being added every day. No other conspiracy theorist or alternative news producer can match Jones for volume of material, or scope of coverage. He takes the anti-establishment movement to another level.

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