posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 10:00 PM
That one was new, ReadilyUnavailable :-) Usually, conspiracy theorists are accused of a monocausal world view: you make one claim (the
CIA/Bilderbergers/Opus Dei/Jews/Aliens are responsible) and see to it that all facts fit into your world view - if they don't, just ignore them!
Indeed, many of the theories out there would require schizophrenic behaviour by the respective perpetrators - and that's exactly why the
official conspiracy theory the White House came up with is one of the possibilities I have discarded so far. You can't be a devout muslim, yet
snort coc aine regularily and frequent night clubs. You don't leave your instructions in your car when you have prepared your suicide attack for
years. Plus: it's monocausal: "those evil islamofascists conspired because they hate our freedom!" Sure, George! You almost had me convinced.
And to be honest: some of the conspiracy theories I like best aren't complex at all. It's just that you have to know more than just: there is a
desert, far, far away where long-bearded camel-lovers dance around their fireplace, chant a tune and conceive plans to attack the core of the
Emperor's Death Star, McGuyver style.
That's why some of the stuff you read here sounds so complex. Because nobody told your average John Doe how the Neoconservatives and Mujahideen
started in the early 50ies, what the Cold War has to do with Osama bin Laden, why the alleged CIA drug trading from the Middle East to the USA might
play a role in that whole picture, how private banks and oil corporations profit from the post-9/11 world order, how there were huge amounts of gold
stored away under the WTC complex, that the towers were ugly, many offices vacant, the whole building filled to the roof with poisonous asbestos and
often swayed so much that pencils went rolling off the desks when winds blew a little harder than usual. You have to explain why the main stream media
refuse to investige how lease owner Silverstein profited from the insurance on the buildings, you have to wave those "Operation Northwoods" papers
under Mr. Doe's nose before he believes that his government is capable of conceiving a scam like that. You have to dig the internet and other sources
to validate claims that security firms like Kroll or demolition firms like Controlled Demolitions, Inc. have close ties to the government and members
of the government. You have to question the official explanations about why there were no flight data recorders/black boxes found and why the whole
site was cleaned up in a few months, thus destroying all clues in the vilest attack on a western nation since, errrm, let me think... Pearl Harbour?
You have to dig through all those theories, facts, allegations, denials, proofs, evidences, testimonies and corrections to get a clear picture of what
happened. Your John Doe will either end up mad and paranoid, or will cling to that what everybody believes to be the truth, choosing the way of the
three ape's blissful ignorance - or he just has to accept that there is a conspiracy so deep and so well designed that all puppets obey their
strings without even getting a glimpse of their masters, that this conspiracy dates back to the beginning of the 20th century at least (doesn't hurt
to mention Ford, Morgan, Rockefeller, Kissinger, Murdoch or some other glorious names here, or even the pyramids, if you're really serious about it),
that the MSM are not likely to change their minds and tell the truth and therefor action must be taken if we don't want the ultimate goal of that
cabal to succeed - total enslavement of all living beings on this planet.
I think that's why some of the theories sound so complex.