This article is from the Conspiracy Theory Literature FAQ, by Xavier Poez email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
A major CTL theme is that terrorism is used by secret societies for
secret agendas. For example, a secret society might handily murder
many enemies all at once if they are all on the plane at the same
time. Supposedly this is sometimes the case when one secret society
discovers another secret society's secret airline plans of its
members. Another claim of CTL is that terrorism creates a fear that
allows governments to crack down on people and take away their rights,
allowing greater control. See [Skolnickxxx]. Another example would be
the Oklahoma Bombing conspiracy, which supposedly was used to polarize
the public against militias, who were successfully educating them
about their rights and the machinations of the world bankers.