Posted by andreas from dtm2-t9-1.mcbone.net (126.96.36.199) on Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 12:52PM :
In Reply to: clarification posted by Lilly from D006137.N1.Vanderbilt.Edu (188.8.131.52) on Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 12:23PM :
: : You know, just b/c someone says that something is a conspiracy theory does not mean that [the theory is] not at least partially right.
: Make sense?
The "conspiracy theory" accusations are nothing else but simple self-protective claims and disinformation campaigns to fend off anything which is not dragging along the official and mainstream line.
+++ Those accusations are meant as utter damnations but de facto they are appealing only to the average citizen's primitive instincts, lack of courage and fear of independent self-thinking.
+++ Given the government and media records of well-proven and exposed lies - it's rather the official version which is the real "conspiracy".
+++ E.g. 9-11:
There is still not 1 (!) single real proof for Bin Laden's or Saddam's etc involvement.
Nothing of the official propaganda could ever be substantiated and would never stand the test before any court.
+++ Just therefore all 9-11 investigations were stopped, stifled and dodged.
+++ Means: The REAL perpetrators are still free.
+++ BTW: Here in Europe nobody seriously believes the American version of Bin Laden behind that massacre.
+++ While critical voices are still deemed to be political incorrect, the population is increasingly coming out in sharp protest and is not willing anymore to swallow everything.
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