An old salt I normally agree with when it comes to my right wing tendencies falls for all the 9/11 conspiracy theory talking points. Oh well, one less donation for me!
Conspiracy theories hold charm for such as I, who regard them as we might a species of rare insectivorous marsupials who glow in the dark, and for the conspiracy theorists themselves, who seem to derive from their conditions a satisfying sense of esoteric penetration. Yet they become wearisome by constant repetition. Some have. In particular, Nine/Eleven. In the following wew will ignore the more abundantly silly theories, such as that there were no Jews in the Towers on the day of the attacks. Some thoughts::
Simon weighs in on this very meme that seems to be being promoted by our culture creators, ie. those that feed the media (read:intelligence agencies).
THE LAME CONSPIRACY-MOCKING CAMPAIGN
Interesting how “CONSPIRACY THEORIES” seems to be the CORE leit motiv of this farcical Trump/Clinton ‘race’. It should be more than evident that the Nutwork / PTB clowns are trumping up their efforts to implant (into the general public’s psyche) the notion that ‘conspiracy theorists’ are mentally unstable / paranoid /Alex-Jones-type social misfits – i.e. entirely untrustworthy fools who only deserve public contempt and ridicule. Not that this is any news to us – but the sheer scale of this ongoing, pathetic ploy is now reaching unprecedented heights (or should I say ‘lows’) as it appears to be a central / core theme of the current presidential campaign comedy.
Once more, eloquent Simon makes me look up another word.