AboveTopSecret.com - Disinfo Stooges?
A while ago I posted about an interesting encounter between the signs-of-the-times.org and abovetopsecret.com websites, as reported by Laura
Knight-Jadczyk in her blog. Now it appears that a lawyer acting on behalf of ATS tried to get the Signs of the Times server shut down by using strong
arm intimidation tactics. And this from a so-called "conspiracy site" with the motto of "Deny Ignorance"!
I've been an interested reader of SOTT for some time, but this latest episode really has me wondering if they're on to something here. Why is a site
that claims to be the "#1 conspiracy discussion portal on the 'net" getting so upset over a piece of 9-11 analysis done by another website? To the
point of getting lawyers to harrass their webhost with stories of "death threats"? Seriously, what is the big deal?
In my opinion, it's starting to look like ATS have something to hide, and it could well be government connections. If that's the case, then what are
the implications regarding what SOTT have been saying about 9-11? Could they be one of the few sites on the 'net with a good idea of what really
happened on that day - thus requiring they be silenced in as covert a manner as possible? "Plausible Deniability" and all that?
Ironically, the lawyer involved works for a firm that can be found on the 'net at mofo.com. Appropriate, or what?
If you're interested in reading the whole saga, SOTT have just published a synopsis on the ATS attack on their latest daily news page. It's well
worth reading all the posts regarding the subject on LJK's blog, too.
It's probably just coincidence, but it's interesting that this seems to have happened just after actor Charlie Sheen spoke out in support of the
9-11 truth movement, too. Are the American people starting to realise that Bush and Co are giving them the proverbial "mushroom treatment"?