No, the chemtrails They are not used to control the population, the US Secret Service has no records of contact with aliens, and the moon trip was not a montage.
This is all defended by Edward Snowden in his book "Permanent Record," and the most famous whistleblower from the planet talked about these and other topics during the podcast The Joe Rogan Experience (via CNN). You can see the episode below:
"I know Joe, I know you want aliens to exist. I know Neil deGrasse Tyson fervently wants aliens to exist. And probably they do, you know?"
But the idea that we are hiding them – if we are hiding them – I have extensive access to NSA, CIA, Army channels, all these groups. I could never find anything. If they are hidden, and may be, they are very well hidden, including from those who work in those places. "
Snowden is practically a messiah for many supporters of conspiracy theories. Having worked for agencies like the NSA, he decided to go out and make public some of America's most dangerous secrets.
"Everyone wants to believe in conspiracy theories, because it gives some meaning to their lives. They help us think that someone has control, that someone is responsible for all this."
Abílio Rodrigues (of Rivia) is the technology editor of IGN Portugal, a confessed music lover and PC gaming enthusiast. You can follow him on @KaikaneTR