posted on May, 14 2010 @ 01:22 AM
Hello. I am what is called a "new member." Frankly, I do not intend to post too much. I might not post after this. Rather, I prefer to use this
site for research on power elites and the nature of secrecy. So many conspiracy sites get bogged down in to racial theories or strange occult
concepts, and if this one does I will simply leave.
Conspiracy is not theory. It is a fact of life. All we have to do is to look how war criminals like Von Braun became lionized as heroes to know that
something is not right. In any case, my one probable comment (I may make more, but probably not) will be about the Kennedy assassination. We do not
even have to dig too far in order to know that the Warren Commission was an unconstitutional body. The Executive Branch cannot act as a Judicial
Body. Even the presence of Earl Warren was unconstitutional because he was, in effect, working under the President and that violated the separation
of powers. We do not even have to go to the Grassy Knoll to know that an actual legal conspiracy existed---the Warren Commission itself.
The House Select Committee on Assassinations, however, was the real deal. And, it concluded that a conspiracy happened, even if I do not believe that
it plumbed the full dimension of that conspiracy. The House Committee was much more of a judicial body than anything out of the Executive Branch.
Yet, the media continues as though the Warren Commission could render judgement when it could not, and had no Constitutional authority. Meanwhile,
the House Select Committee gets no coverage. The same type of cover-ups exist around the King, Bobby and Malcolm X assassinations. Oh, and yes, Paul
Wellstone, Gary Webb, Iris Chang...etc.
The same could be said for "case closed" positions on UFO's, or any number of subjects. That does not mean that I go for the stranger theories,
that can only act as disinformation. My focus is on the sociology of elites, and the philosophical questions around liberty and power. I hope that
this forum will be useful.
Alright, folks, carry on.