Conspiracy Theory

It’s generally known that the term ‘conspiracy theory’ was cooked-up by the CIA in the 1960s, in order to discredit those who challenged the official narrative of the John F. Kennedy assassination (Kennedy was assassinated on 22nd November 1963). Since 9/11 the term has become red hot with use as an ever growing number of ‘terror attacks’ are unfurled on the public. In recent years this terror has turned into a well-worn routine: the assailant’s identity papers are found at the scene; the assailant is almost always shot dead by the police (dead men can’t talk); there’s no clear CCT or mobile phone footage of the event to show what really happened; the mainstream media question nothing and go into an orgy of fear and grief, blindly accepting the official version of the event, a version that’s backed-up by little or no evidence; we never see death certificates of the victims, or their funerals; it goes on and on.

If you think I’m a crazy conspiracy theorist for saying that these ‘terror attacks’ are false flag events, I suggest you might take a close look at the Boston Marathon bombing, because it was so blatantly a false flag that it’s laughable. In fact, the people who perpetrate these false flag events often take the piss out of the gullibility of the public. For instance, the suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena last May was carried out (so we’re told) by a 22-year-old man, who killed 22 people on the 22nd day of the month. This attack came exactly 2 months after the Westminster Bridge attack, which took place on the 22nd of March. The Westminster Bridge attack took place exactly one year after the suicide bombings in Brussels on 22nd March 2016. Similarly, the murder of Lee Rigby took place on 22nd May 2013. The odds on such numerical coincidences are absolutely astronomical (the number 22 has no meaning in Islam). This numbers game runs through many of these terror attacks, although some researchers do take it a bit too far.

The cognitive dissonance that effects a lot of people nowadays could be traced back to 9/11; ie, if you believe 9/11 was a real event you’re more likely to believe that the terror attacks that have followed 9/11 are also real. An influencing factor in this is the absolute horror of having to realise that the ruling class really do terrorise and murder their own citizens for political gain (and there’s countless examples of this throughout history). It’s much easier for the citizen to stick their head in the sand.

The following is a clip from a RichPlanet show earlier this month, in which Richard Hall interviews Dr. Nick Kollerstrom about state fabricated terror…

The complete programme is one and a half hours long and can be found here (it’s in three parts). The programme goes into detail about some of these terror events, including the Westminster Bridge and Manchester Arena attacks. What I like about it is that Richard Hall challenges Nick Kollerstrom about much of what he says.

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  1. jeeby says:

    The Rude Pundit
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    Yeah, I could rant about how the media and its loyal zombie followers (I’m looking at you, Fox) are dividing us up. I could go on and on about those deplorable Nazi-wannabes we saw in Charlottesville. But I feel I would just be adding fuel to the gigantic flaming shit storm that is America in 2017. No, I’m focusing on the ugly head of the Republican monster that’s been butt fucking us for the past 26 months (since it announced it was running). The creature is most recently responsible for giving those same hateful ideologies national attention.

    On Tuesday night, the creature slithered on stage at the Phoenix Convention Center. It puffed its saggy orange chest out and smiled, knowing that the hordes of brainless morons were packed inside to see it perform. It lifted one of its tiny claws off the podium, opened its mouth, and began to spew bile all over the crowd. The loyal followers soaked up the bile and cheered the creature on. “I want more!” cried an old man with a red hat. “Soak me in your juices!” yelled the obese woman next to him. The creature gave them what they wanted. For 77 minutes, it threw up uncontrollably while the crowd licked the puke off the floor.

    This horrific display of ignorance is what we’ve come to accept from the creature that calls itself president and rhymes with “dump.” This is just another distraction that this administration is creating. They’re putting up roadblock after roadblock trying to deter us from distinguishing reality from fiction. Even the kind and reasonable among us can get sidetracked. Whether it’s breaking news, an angry tirade, or a tweet, Americans are cruelly inundated with the media’s coverage of this administration. We find ourselves being enraged at one thing, and then the next day comes and something else happens. We haven’t even gotten over what happened in the first place, because we’re pissed about something new. These distractions are building up, creating a seemingly impenetrable layer of bullshit.

    One core issue here is the creature’s ties to Russia. Robert Mueller’s special counsel is reportedly making progress, like when they raided former campaign manager and walking cadaver Paul Manafort’s home. Unfortunately, all the distractions created by the orange creature drown out any minimal good news. The attacks on the media the creature keeps shouting are focused on the wrong thing. The mainstream media concentrates on the bullshit show at the White House to the exclusion of so much else going on because they know it will bring up ratings. You wanna say how the media is bad? That’s how it’s bad right now.

    Which gets us back to Mueller. Even though it’s fake news, The New Yorker’s Andy Borowitz made me laugh with his piece titled, “Millions Willing to Work for Mueller for Free If That Would Speed Things Up.” But it gives me an idea for an offer:

    Mr. Mueller, I’ve been looking for a fall internship and I have a psychotic obsession with ending this grotesque creature’s administration. My legal skills are nonexistent, but I can write one hell of an email. I’ll even clean up your office. Please, let me send you my resume. I’ll do anything to help hurry things up and end this clusterfuck of a presidency.”
    Rude One at 11:11 PM


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