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Originally posted by Chilled Zen
I can see the Arabs + Israelis going to war over things like this, propaganda by both sides leading to yet a another conflict.
I don't think most ordinary people of different countries hate each other,
Why is it treated sympathetically? I think they like it. It's diverting enormous amounts of energy away from real crimes of the administration, which are far more serious even that what they are accused of at 9/11. Suppose they blew up the world trade center, by their standards that's a minor crime.
Couple of years ago, I came across a document, a pentagon document, which was about declassification procedures, and among the things it proposed that the pentagon should periodically declassify information about the Kennedy assassination, because that'll keep people focused on, keep activists focused on that, and they'll go off on some wild goose chase instead of perusing real problems.
Originally posted by Skyfloating
Originally posted by nickspm
In fact, we could just as easily feature
Tyrants who hate "conspiracy theories"
Originally posted by seb2882
About the jewish thing:
I really HATE that the jewish topic is so sensitive. Wish we could all talk with more freedom about this (and other) topics.
Originally posted by Nirgal
Some of it does boil down to the semantics of which side of the fence from which you happen to be viewing. Freedom Fighter/Terrorist. Propaganda/Publicity. Some of this can be construed as a relative viewpoint.
This demonstrates that North Korea is possibly the only country that meets UN carbon emissions levels. Shape of things to come..?
Originally posted by rickyrrr
For example, the US Went to invade iraq under the theory that Sadam was helping Al Qaeda and that he had a prolific WMD program.
Those statements were conspiracy theories because, like all conspiracy theories, they were based on suspicion rather than evidence.
Originally posted by -Thom-
My question is: do you really think an airplane in the Pentagon was an airplane, and that the TT's collapsed because of the planes? Not to start a discussion, but I've seen a lot of evidence really pleading for the 'inside-job' CT. And I feel myself really really able to objectively judge information (which I am required to be able of, actually).