Monday, July 24, 2006


A theory about the 9/11 conspiracy theory

Maybe that guy Barrett is in earnest. But maybe he's not.

While very few people believe the nonsense about the Bush administration conspiring to take down the Towers, I ask you: who is best served by the controversy now swirling around Barrett and his ilk?

Next to the crimes alleged by the grotesque circus of the "9/11 Truth" movement, the stuff Bush has actually done -- invading Iraq based on lies, illegal electronic surveillance, presiding over and justifying the use of torture and illegal detentions -- doesn't seem nearly so bad.

So here's a conspiracy theory: how much of the "9/11 Truth" movement is actually being fueled by agents provacateurs sponsored by the Bush administration to distract the public?

It does appear that on 9/11/2001 Bush gained the most by the attack. Up until then he was a void shy-like president with no direction and no great approving rating... approval of what? He wasn't doing anything.
Then after 9/11 his popularity soared.
Now, his rating has fell and is at an all time low, so watch out!
Wag the tail of the dog? Or wag the elephant?
To: Mr. Oscar Madison
From: The NSA
Re: Your Blog

Message: We are monitoring.

(This message has code word clearance "rzhbbah")
As if he weren't already under government surveillance . . .
Please read the book "The New Pearl Harbor" by David Ray Griffin. While it doesn't put forth an ironclad case, it is at the very least a very interesting - and distrubing - read. One must concede that at the very least, we owe it to ourselves to check out and test the official story from every possible angle.
And of course Barrett works as a great decoy attracting students to the course who can then be tracked by the CIA. Brilliant!

oowtlzpp -- Well, maybe next time you'll be more careful zipping up.
As amusing as that is, it doesn't take many conspiracy nuts to make a big stink on the internet. And if you dig further, you'll note that most of the same people who are so vocal about their 9/11 conspiracy also believe in the moon landing hoax conspiracy, the second gunman conspiracy, etc.
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