reply to post by squiz
Any time the subject of the conspiracy comes up the two main pillars of the argument are the Moshe incident and the Jane Burgerbilder lawsuit.
Both are complete disinfo operations but they have become established fact in the conspiracy community, patriot community and alt media.
It's not just that, however. People claim over and over again that the vaccines all have squalene in them in the US when none of them do.
It just seems like the entire conspiracy is built on lies. Every time I check into something I find bad / dis info behind it.
That kind of thing sets off huge alarms with me, especially when it's these groups doing it. I don't know of another conspiracy so widely reported
on with this much false information behind it.
To me it looks like a set up. The really disturbing part is having all these alt media sources whom I listen to / read and value as sources of
information proving to me absolutely that they will report something that is not true.
I expect that of the mainstream media, not these other folks. Sure they make mistakes but I expect them to check into these things. It hasn't been at
all difficult for me to do it.
Personally, I wasn't aware of the Moshe discovery, I knew it had some bad information in it (people claiming the caller into the show was definitely
Moshe when it wasn't known) but I didn't know anyone had proven the man arrested wasn't the man they claimed he was as well.
The quote I read from Dr Ott stated that he thought the man was a nut case and wasn't paying attention so he couldn't ID the man in the video as the
The alternative media really needs to step up and get right on this. They will have zero credibility even among the community when it's over if they
don't. Sure, some will choose to believe all this stuff forever no matter what happens but IMO, anyone willing to dig for the proof will find the
(Hey, I feel like Jesse Jackson / Tina Turner / OJ's attorney) Dig for proof, find the truth! Two men enter, one man leaves... If the glove fits, you
must stop now and hit submit.
[edit on 17-11-2009 by ecoparity]