Official story= The uncomplete story?
I have wondered about the phrase "official story" and think the phrase itself is a statement that in fact it is another story which, for various
reasons, can not be told. I think there are lots of different reasons for this behavior, and depending on what has happened there is the possibility
that the so-called conspiracy theories are born.
But the other part is this phrase "official story" a way to "create" conspiracy theories, and ensuring that the exact release as much information
as necessary to keep the "conspiracy story" alive.
There are lots of examples and every time I hear the phrase "official story" in connection with the reporting of different events, I get the feeling
that it is the same so to say, "the false story" or "Truth is the secret".
I'm not saying this is the case every time the phrase is used, but it can also be used initially before you really know what happened. But however I
think the phrase is so fit it into some context other than the cover-up of a sequence of events as authorities for various reasons do not want the
public to know. I think that phrase is an acknowledgment that there is a different story than that told me about this phrase is not supplemented by
more information as time goes on in connection with the reporting of the incident.
So what do you think the phrase "official story" really tell you? think about it...