Curmudgeon on 9/11 leitmotiv

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An old salt I normally agree with when it comes to my right wing tendencies falls for all the 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::

Source: Legion of the Tinfoil Hat: Fred Reveals His Martian Loyalties | Fred On Everything

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 0;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.

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