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Are we right to question the "Official Narative"

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posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 09:26 PM
There are things about the S/H incident that do not add up for many of us and I truly believe we will never know the full true story. Let’s face it, it is nearly 50 years since the JFK assassination and we do not know the full story of what happened on that day, despite the implications of the event & what has happened to the world since.

Yes there will be an inquiry and the report that will be put out will be full of inconsistencies in the same way the as Warren Commission report, Iraq Inquiry & the 9/11 report, amongst others, were full of inconsistencies. Despite this, it will be accepted by the majority of people as being “the truth” because that is what they are told.

Many of us are asking questions and are now being labelled as “conspiracy nuts” by the main stream media for not going along with the official narrative, in the same way people were labelled after JFK & 9/11. Well in my experience, I have learnt not to trust what I am told by TPTB or the media as being the story verbatim.

Over the years there are many official stories of events that my Government (the U.K.) has been complicit with that have been proven in time to be false & conspiratorial. For example, the Birmingham 6, the Hillsborough tragedy, Bloody Sunday, Iraq’s W.M.D.’s, the Bologna train station bombing + the many other “terrorist” atrocities that took place under Operation Gladio (a multi-national, multi- agency conspiracy) and this list could go on and on.

So, am I right not to believe an official narrative and ask questions? Well, as history tells me that the official narrative is usually a crock of cr@p, yes I am right and so are you.

One of the other the other things history tells us is all Governments will use propaganda to achieve set goals. The Reichstag fire did it for Adolf, W.M.D.’s did it for the Iraq war and 9/11 did it for Terrorism, Osama & Afghanistan and so you got “the Patriot Act”, the T.S.A; dozens of Executive orders and much more. And when there were questions that were being asked you got more “official narrative propaganda” from movies such as “United 93” & more recently, “Zero Dark Thirty”. “Here, watch this, shut up, this just how it happened beyond question” and you know it must true because your Government wouldn’t tell you it was if it wasn’t, Right?

Now we have another set of events that look like they are being pushed to achieve a set goal, and that goal is the disarmament of U.S. citizens and where ever that leads. The S/H story doesn’t add up, the Aurora story doesn’t add up & every shooting possible is being hyped by the MSM & the Government.

So, are you going to believe the “official narrative” or are you going to keep asking the questions?

posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 09:28 PM
In soviet america government tells you the story and you believe comrad.

posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 09:40 PM
'Conspiracy nuts?'
sure... but this a conspiracy website.

the sailors who came back from the gulf of tonkin incident and who said the incident that justified the Viet Nam war never happened were branded "conspiracy nutz".
and now look...
the US government has admitted the incident never happened

airamerica got all that poppy bush back to the US just the same

happy daze are here again
lather rinse repeat

posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 09:41 PM

Originally posted by commencalrider
So, are you going to believe the “official narrative” or are you going to keep asking the questions?

The "official" stories are just that STORIES...

Most of us have grown out of those just like diapers.

Am I going to keep asking questions?


Not here on ATS though, seems rather pointless since the threads are just going to be locked.

"Closed for review..... "

Getting VERY tired of it...

posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 02:44 PM
I agree. The term 'conspiracy theory' or 'conspiracy theorist' is used with negative connotation. Anybody peddling any BS cover story simply has to use one of those two terms to dismiss any question of it.

posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 03:37 PM
Of course we ( and everyone) should question the official narrative. What we shouldnt do is behave as if we are delusional stalkers and go off on unfounded tangents. I was one of the first to call down people for demanding every person react to the SH tragedy like they did.. with uncontrollable crying and wallowing.. and trying to conrtol and dissuade theorists from discussion. This is a conspiracy board and we SHOULD look into things , question and realize that not everyone will react the same to any given tragedy or story. The problem came when people went off the wall with nonsense and stalking behaviors. Im not talking about hard questions.. those are great. The new generation of conspiracy theorist has convinced themselves they know things they DO NOT and have NO experience with... and that everything and everyone is fair game when they smear " looking for the truth" or " looking for justice"all over themselves when applying flawed logic and methods that would make a tabloid writer blush.

Question all you want and explore theories.. but DONT call a bunch of ego driven nonsense a theory.

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