9/11 Conspiracy

From JFK to 9/11: Why People Believe in Conspiracies

Source: http://www.townhall.com/Columnists/DennisPrager/2007/06/12/from_jfk_to_911_why_people_believe_in_conspiracies

From JFK to 9/11: Why People Believe in Conspiracies

By Dennis Prager

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Vincent Bugliosi's remarkable 20-year work on who killed John F. Kennedy has just been published. Containing about a million and a half words and thousands of footnotes, "Reclaiming History" is probably the most detailed examination of one moment in time ever written. It reconfirms that a man named Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the American president.

As one who never doubted the original U.S. government report that Oswald acted alone, I am deeply grateful to Bugliosi for the service he has rendered our country. But I also regret that he had to.

Why did he have to? Because it was necessary to definitively refute all those who believe, despite bipartisan government reports and excellent books such as Gerald Posner's "Case Closed," that there was some conspiracy to kill President Kennedy and that Oswald was not the only shooter.

OK, the 911 issue is settled - by a complete idiot

This is a good piece, worth sending to friends who are still dubbing around trying to be "balanced," or whatever the excuse. Alvin

(original: http://americanjourney.blogspot.com/)

June 09, 2007

I just came across this article 'debunking' the 911 Truth movement- amazingly dimissive, uninformed, and evident of conclusions written inside the bubble of the United States propaganda machine.

Conspiracy theories on the Internet and on the loose

Source: http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=5946

ON LINE opinion - Australia's e-journal of social and political debate

Conspiracy theories on the Internet and on the loose

By Steve Clarke

Posted Thursday, 7 June 2007

In the days before the Internet (remember back then?) a jobbing conspiracy theorist would release the occasional book, appear in this or that public forum and maybe get a segment on a television documentary or two. All of this could be expected to generate a reasonable amount of publicity. But if our conspiracy theorist was after mass publicity and a global audience then things were going to be tough. The best bet would be to suck up to Oliver Stone, in the hope of persuading him to make a Hollywood blockbuster based on their favoured conspiracy theory.

Reporter arrested after Republican debate

Source: http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Reporter_arrested_after_Republican_debate_0606.html

Reporter arrested after Republican debate

Nick Juliano

Published: Wednesday June 6, 2007

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A reporter advancing 9/11 conspiracy theories in a heated exchange with advisers to Rudy Giuliani was arrested following Tuesday night's Republican debate.

Police in Goffstown, N.H., confirmed to RAW STORY that freelance reporter Matt Lepacek was arrested for trespassing following the debate at St. Anselm College in Goffstown. Lepacek was asking a Giuliani adviser about comments the former mayor made on ABC News on Sept. 11 that some say show he had foreknowledge that the World Trade Center would collapse.

Police refused to release more information about Lepacek's case prior to his first scheduled court appearance July 3.

Information War

I consider myself as some what of a whistleblower.

I wrote two documented articles, relating to 911 and no major alternative news sites (that I am aware of) has even picked up on them, even though they have been on the web for months. Case in point
Another 911 - Another Israeli Spy Ring

That above article is also on 911blogger.

Or this article
Clinton - Bush Connection To Warrantless Wiretapping And The CIA Exposed

I have called into your talk radio shows in the past (when I can) and some host act like they get the high speed wobbles, Warrantless Spy Program Monitoring Peoples Thoughts, From President Richard M. Nixon To George W. Bush, ya sure, we'll check that out, CLICK.

On August 2, 2006 8 0r 9 days before Alex Jones warned of another possible false flag event, I had already put out a similar warning.

I tried to warn you months before they passed The Military Commission Act where that was heading, months before others even saw it coming.

American Revolution

Keep in mind that only one third of the colonial population wanted the American Revolution. One third wanted independence, another third did not, and the remaining third were indifferent.

It may turn out that only a third of our country passionately fights for the truth of 911, but we should remind ourselves of history and remember that the truth is never going to be easy. It never has been. It has always been a struggle to get to the truth, but it is possible. Freedom happens. Truth happens. Keep sending emails and posting comments and writing in blogs because at the very least when people are touched by the truth they will not support policies that take away our liberty. Even if the truth of 911 is not at critical mass, the more information people come into contact with the less they will support draconian policies. If the fascists dismantle the political process because they are unable to manipulate it then they will also dismantle people's denial of 911. They know this, so changing people's minds through writing and other media IS EFFECTIVE. It destroys the fascist's ability to manipulate the political process.


Another Physicist Speaks out on 9/11

I'm an aging physicist who had his eyes opened to the likelihood of 9/11 being an inside job 4 years and 36 days late. But "Better late than never!"
Being less than youthful, I haven't been much of a blogger, and that might not change with my joining 911 Blogger.com. Still, to my surprise and delight I finally put together a real web site, which I emailed to my friends with the subject line: "Geezer Builds Own Website!" So here it is: http://www.impactglassresearchinternational.com

Society's conspiracy against conspiracy theorists

Source: http://media.www.thepinelog.com/media/storage/paper954/news/2007/04/02/Opinion/Societys.Conspiracy.Against.Conspiracy.Theo...

Society's conspiracy against conspiracy theorists

By: Brian Feltch

Posted: 4/2/07

Last week, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban thrust himself in the public's crosshairs when he announced that his production company, Magnolia Pictures, will distribute Loose Change, an incendiary documentary claiming 9/11 was an inside job. While the public loathing and countless gallons of op-ed ink dedicated to crucifying Mr. Cuban does not come as a surprise, it illuminates an important and pervasive trend in our modern global society. When issues that make people squirm are brought to the fore, debate is hastily labeled conspiracy theorizing and those engaging in that debate are considered foolish fanatics. This is poisonous to the free flow of ideas and, ultimately, the quest for a truthful and complete account of history. For scholars to come to any sound conclusion surrounding important historical events, any reasonable debate should be addressed fairly.

The Skeptinazi Credo: "Conspiracies Don't Exist"

This is one of what I call a "Skeptinazi / skeptifascist" fallacy. This is a sort of get out of jail free card that the fascist demeanored self-described "Skeptics" (note the capitol S) typically pull out when it's time to actually think (about the unthinkable). Usually they'll resort to pulling this card out after all else fails, but sometimes they even go the extra mile to actually pull this out from the onset of the debate or discussion to frame you as being a 'nutjob' pick-your-word to go for total victory by destroying you.

Fallacy: a misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning

This argument destroys that claim / mindset, and can effectively make them wish they never tried framing you as being the "fantasy world" (this is Popular Mechanics terminology for anyone who's skeptical of the official 911 narrative) tinfoil hat wearing pick your word.

A Non-Ontological Status of Conspiracy Theory

Taken from a reply to the blog post "The Ontological Status of Conspiracy Theory", here:


Where the author takes a "highfalutin" stab at the concept of "conspiracy theory". (my interpretation)

Like so many, if not most, of these types of writings, this is really just so much intellectual masturbation.

Which can be fun. (and interesting)

But, also somewhat usual (imo), it is lacking.

People so easily forget, or perhaps simply do not understand, that so-called "conspiracy theories" are not whimsical, fantastical, illusory, fictions or pseudo-fictions, and the like. They are a real and true part of society and culture, and the human experience itself, really.

From the benign (surprise party) to the legal and criminal (Conspiracy to Commit Murder) and every level in between. (and "larger") They happen every day, all day long, all around the world. (by an untold number of people, possibly numbering in the millions, all told)

Help knarlyknight, the guy is surrounded!

Some discussions at www.lies.com have involved one blogger (knarlyknight) defending 911 skepticism against a group of intelligent, misinformed believers of the official conspiracy theory. I think he's done a great job, but maybe he could use some help or expressions of support from experienced 911bloggers?

Anyone willing to drop by www.lies.com, read the comments, and make a few comments of their own in the spirit of 911 truth?

I realize this is a low gain approach to activism, but it seems that knarlyknight is making some inroads there. Getting the folks from Lies.com onto the 911 truth side would be good. Go to the comment section under the most recent blog: How Bad Is It?

At the least it is entertaining to observe how he takes the discussion from war and deception and relates it back to 911 truth and then holds his own against all the others who do not agree. Some of the older entries are also good that way, especially the one titled Dyer On Loose Change.

The Ontological Status of Conspiracy Theory

The Ontological Status of Conspiracy Theory

Another anarchist intellectual takes a rational approach to so-called “conspiracy theory”.

Hakim Bey, best known for his concept of T.A.Z. or the “Temporary Autonomous Zone”, dissects both the irrational “all-powerful” conspiracy theories of the populist right, as well as the equally irrational “conspiracy phobia” of the current left. In doing so he comes to a conclusion which is actually fairly obvious (despite the [at times irritating] post-modernist jargon), namely that “although human beings are carried along or moved by class interests, economic forces, etc., we can also accept the possibility of a feedback mechanism, whereby the ideologies and actions of both individuals and groups can modify the very "forces" which produce them.”


Source: http://www.nypost.com/seven/03192007/news/regionalnews/anti_war_rally_jams_midtown_regionalnews_daniel_friedman.htm



March 19, 2007 -- Thousands of protestors marched through Midtown yesterday to call for the immediate withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.

A hodgepodge of organizations and individuals - ranging from local unions to 9/11 conspiracy theorists - joined members of United for Peace and Justice to walk from Bryant Park to the United Nations, two days before the fourth anniversary of the U.S. invasion.

They took an indirect route that included portions of Second and Third avenues.

"If there hadn't been a strong anti-war movement, where else would we be right now? Syria? Iran?" said actor-activist Tim Robbins, who participated in the march.

"This isn't a fringe lefty movement. This is the voice of the people."

The march was peaceful and there were no arrests.