Toronto Newspaper Reprints The Chronicle's 'Professors of Paranoia?' Article

A theory that just won't die - National Post

Nearly five years have gone by since it happened. The trial of Zacarias Moussaoui is over. Construction of the Freedom Tower just began. Oliver Stone's movie about the attacks is due out in theatres soon. And colleges are offering degrees in homeland-security management. The post-9/11 era is barreling along.

And yet a whole subculture is still stuck at that first morning. They are playing and replaying the footage of the disaster, looking for clues that it was an "inside job." They feel sure the post-9/11 era is built on a lie.

In recent months, interest in Sept. 11-conspiracy theories has surged. Since January, traffic to the major conspiracy Web sites has increased steadily. The number of blogs that mention "9/11" and "conspiracy" each day has climbed from a handful to over a hundred.

Why now?

This is actually a re-printing of Professors of Paranoia? by The Chronicle of Higher Education, but we have been getting submissions of this reprinting by the National Post - which apparently was also a 2 page article in the printed version.

yeah I read that in the post

yeah I read that in the post yesterday...I think its the first long article on the movement in a Canadian paper. Quite the load of slander. The Truth is now in the second stage: Ridicule.

Please watch this video and

Please watch this video and then decide who did 9/11

“Theories about 9-11 (American Perspectives) (7/29/2006)”