posted on May, 6 2011 @ 09:29 PM
Looks like the full court press is on:
A few thoughts struck me as I read this article by Fareed Zakaria:
First, there is this subtle sentence.
America was founded as a revolt against centralized power and there has always been a fear of coordinated action taking place in the dark behind
In other words, if you talk about revolting against your government (which seems to be getting more common, even among the "conservatives"), you'll be
labelled a conspiracy theorist/nut job.
Second, conspiracy theorists are tied in with Arab nations:
The Arab world is also full of conspiracy theories and many analysts blame them on the prevalence of dictatorships.
And I have a thought on THIS quote:
If only the people who wrote the alarmist treatises on the Bilderberg Group were allowed in. They would be so utterly disappointed. It’s just a
conference like dozens of others around the world.
Hey Fareed, THIS IS A GREAT IDEA! Why don't you contact your Bilderberg buddies and let us in? Better yet, why not have the conferences broadcast
live on CSPAN, if they're just like other conferences?
And finally, the classic "anti-conspiracy theory/you guys are crazy" statement:
And anyway, the idea that a finance minister or a banker would say something with a group of 150 people that is any different than what he would say
in public is crazy in today's world where everything leaks instantly.
Not necessarily, Mr. Zakaria. If that many people are all working toward the same goal, they will likely all remain quiet. There were probably
around the same number of people with knowledge of the operation against Osama's compound prior to it happening, but nothing "leaked out". No one
knew outside that group knew about it until afterward.
edit on 6-5-2011 by notsofunnyguy because: cleaned up to not sound like a crazy