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Originally posted by HowardRoark
Interesting how the different conspiracy sects are starting to squable amongst them selves.
Note that the author of that site also has some pet theories to promote, and he seems to be upset that no one is paying any attention.
Posted Aug 3, 2004 08:41 AM PST
To counter the growing number of websites exposing government lies and deception, the government has resorted to creating their own websites with nonsensical and easily disproved fanciful claims in an effort to make the entire issue of questioning the official story look silly. This is an old tactic dressed up in new technology. Claims that a plane did not really hit the Pentagon, or that the planes aimed at the WTC had strange "pods" that fired missiles, are just two examples of the nonsense government agents plant on the net to try to create confusion, delay the formation of concensus as to what did happen, and to give the media easy handles with which to hold the real critics up to ridicule