posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 02:09 AM
World Agenda: To tell you the truth, these conspiracists scare me
Journalist are often sent to places — a war zone, a natural disaster, or a crime-ridden slum — that are physically scary. Those assignments
routinely win prizes. Sometimes they may be asked to cover a story that is intellectually scary. Those assignments are less dramatic but can reveal
more about human nature. Perhaps the most intellectually scary assignment I have had in recent years was to cover a meeting of the so-called "9/11
Truth Movement" in the East Village, New York.
Here's another quote from the article:
America is now again witnessing the advent of a crackpot movement in the so-called "Birthers".
The article goes on to say some pretty harsh things about people who would be considered conspiracy theorists. If your on ATS, that would mean you. If
you challenge the truth, that is "truth" according to the media, you are compared to Nazis.
What is even scarier though, is a so called journalist with a biased opinion who is afraid to challenge the "truth". Maybe the writer of this
article finds it fine to have a possibly ineligible President as the leader of a World power; I for one find it unacceptable! If even the remote
possibility exists that the President is not eligible for office than there needs to be a thorough investigation and let the chips fall where they
may. The same for 9/11. The truth needs to be told.
If your going to report the facts, then do that and keep your personal opinions to yourself. If you have to call people names to discredit them, then
find another line of work. Don't call yourself a reporter, because you are not!!
Obviously, the world must be afraid of the American Conspiracy Theorist because we are getting wise to what the "power players" are doing.
I say good job ATS! Keep it up!!
[edit on 17-8-2009 by paxnatus]