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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Aliens and Bilderbergs

The 9/11 conspiracy theories do not die. Most believers also think the Kennedy assassination was a CIA plot, the moon landing was faked, Pearl Harbour was purposely rigged, and the sun still orbits the earth. Anyone who believes otherwise is a dupe of Galileo and scientific theory, which was invented by the Illuminati to turn us away from the truth (just kidding).

Many conspiracy buffs believe America and Israel are the true terrorists and that the world is ruled by a mysterious cabal that runs the gamut from A to B: aliens to Bilderbergs. In this, they share a common bond with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Persian Machiavelli.

Extremists on the left and right unite. Nazis and nutbars, anarchists and angry cultural-studies profs.

George Bush couldn't even erase his daughter's arrest on....[underage drinking] charges, but we're supposed to believe he can keep thousands of government workers, scientists and engineers quiet about the true nature of 9/11. But reason is their short suit, paranoia their fetish, just like Bush— "The enemy is everywhere."

Their faith perseveres, their religion persists, like all religions, despite logic and evidence.

taken from the comments section of the Georgia Straight, Sept 30-Oct 7, 2010

10 comments:

  1. interesting stuff, I know a guy who believes every conspiracy theory in existence whole heartedly, i think him quite mad

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  2. I have a friend who similarily believes everything contrary to what "the man" says are the reasons. He's mad as a hatter.

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  3. Fear is what regulates the masses, everyone wants to believe something bigger than them, its hardwired into our brains, look at religion. May it be God or a theory larger than life (is god not a theory?), or demons and goblins and the boogie man, these beliefs will always exist to keep that 90% of the brain we're not using under wraps.

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  4. I personally don't give a shit.

    I can't understand people who do.

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  5. i love me some conspiracy theories, but i feel they're often much deeper than the more obvious truth, fun to read though! fucking lizard people...

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  6. Follown' and Supportn'

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  7. i dont buy any of this conspiracy theory bull-hockey but i do find it entertaining and interesting

    ill keep checkin in

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