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    http://www.america.gov/conspiracy_theories.html

    I don't know, but it seems kind of weird that our government would actually make a website like this. Pretty fishy if you ask me.



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    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...ill+inside+job

    I'll kill the "inside job" and "bioweapons don't exist" birds with one stone...

    From the website:
    The United States eliminated all of its biological weapons in the early 1970s. Those who falsely claim otherwise rely on the extraordinary power of this fear to overwhelm facts
    The weaponized anthrax spores used in the Sept./Oct. 2001 anthrax attacks came from government labs at Ft. Dietrich MD.
    Anthrax attack bug "identical" to Army strain report

    On May 9, 2002, New Scientist published an article that reported:

    'The DNA sequence of the anthrax sent through the US mail in 2001 has been revealed and confirms suspicions that the bacteria originally came from a US military laboratory. The data released uses codenames for the reference strains against which the attack strain was compared. The two reference strains that appear identical to the attack strain most likely originated at the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick (USAMRIID), Maryland
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    If their such "mindless fantasies that only the paranoid and delusional partake in", why would they even bother to disregard them?
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    I'm so glad the government made this website. You can always trust the government.
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    Before going to the government anti-conspiracy theory website, I just assumed that we did indeed go to the moon. But since they are debunking the moon landing conspiracy... hummmm... now I wonder.. wtf?
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    I love how in the economic section, they compare us to Marxists

    "Economic conspiracy theories are often based on the false, but popular, idea that powerful individuals are motivated overwhelmingly by their desire for wealth, rather than the wide variety of human motivations we all experience. (This one-dimensional, cartoonish view of human nature is at the heart of Marxist ideology, which once held hundreds of millions under its sway.)"
    "Resolve to serve no more, and you are at once freed. I do not ask that you place hands upon the tyrant to topple him over, but simply that you support him no longer; then you will behold him, like a great Colossus whose pedestal has been pulled away, fall of his own weight and break in pieces."-Étienne de La Boétie

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    Cass Sunstein must be beaming about this site. I did love the blurb on Lee Harvey Oswald though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TC95 View Post
    I'm so glad the government made this website. You can always trust the government.
    Oh, I know. I mean, if it weren't for the government, how would we ever know what to believe? It's good to know someone's looking out for us.
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    The use of force to impose morality is itself immoral, and generosity with others' money is still theft.

    If our society were a forum, congress would be the illiterate troll that somehow got a hold of the only ban hammer.

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    This is outrageous.

    I love the debunking the "war on Islam" by citing an Obama speech. Well there's all the proof you need! As long as someone says something isn't true then it is isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Whoops, didn't realize someone made a thread about this already. Guess I didn't do a good enough search. :P

    But yeah, it's just really weird they would make such a website. Vessol is right. Why even acknowledge the conspiracies if they're just stupid and crazy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vessol View Post
    I love how in the economic section, they compare us to Marxists

    "Economic conspiracy theories are often based on the false, but popular, idea that powerful individuals are motivated overwhelmingly by their desire for wealth, rather than the wide variety of human motivations we all experience. (This one-dimensional, cartoonish view of human nature is at the heart of Marxist ideology, which once held hundreds of millions under its sway.)"
    So we are the Marxists, eh?

    Personally, I reject all Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto that our government is adopting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vessol View Post
    I love how in the economic section, they compare us to Marxists

    "Economic conspiracy theories are often based on the false, but popular, idea that powerful individuals are motivated overwhelmingly by their desire for wealth, rather than the wide variety of human motivations we all experience. (This one-dimensional, cartoonish view of human nature is at the heart of Marxist ideology, which once held hundreds of millions under its sway.)"
    LOL!!! What's really funny about this is that the arguments they demonize here as "conspiracy theory" are the very same ones that have been used by politicians to smear capitalism and get people behind central economic planning. The irony here is just mind-blowing!!!

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    I love how they say under the military section that depleted uranium isn't harmful. And we never used biological weapons during North Korea.

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    reminds of a time when i was a kid. A friend and me were breaking windows at an abandoned warehouse.

    someone then called the cops. Cop pulls up and the first thing my idiot pal says to the cop: "We werent breaking any windows."

    The cop took that as a confession and drove us home, where our parents whooped us. By denying something that had not been witnessed by the cop, he actually convinced the cop of our guilt!

    kinds like this website

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    First rule: Everything the establishment tells you is a lie.

    If they tell you that conspiracy theories are fake, they're real.

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    I wonder if they will try to debunk AIPAC buying elections? Nawww, doubt if they want to handle that one - best to let sleeping dogs lie.
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    Scary and encouraging at the same time..

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    I know whenever someone is accused of conspiring, and they deny it, I believe them! People don't lie about this kind of thing, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikem317 View Post
    First rule: Everything the establishment tells you is a lie.

    If they tell you that conspiracy theories are fake, they're real.
    Exactly. All this site does is make me even more suspicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevin View Post
    Exactly. All this site does is make me even more suspicious.


    I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again: The government does not lie. We never told anybody to lie, not a single time; never. These allegations are false. And we need to go back to work for the American people. Thank you
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    If our society were a forum, congress would be the illiterate troll that somehow got a hold of the only ban hammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deinonychus View Post
    http://www.america.gov/conspiracy_theories.html

    I don't know, but it seems kind of weird that our government would actually make a website like this. Pretty fishy if you ask me.
    Holy crap. With all the in-our-face problems we have on the national plate, they are bothering with this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tremendoustie View Post


    I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again: The government does not lie. We never told anybody to lie, not a single time; never. These allegations are false. And we need to go back to work for the American people. Thank you
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    When the fox is in the hen house with a mouth full of feathers -- ask him if he ate the missing chicken. My guess is that he would say "no".



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