Wednesday, 12 September 2007

Now I Wear the Tinfoil Proudly

Yes. Now I wear the Tinfoil proudly, but that wasn't always the case. A few years ago I wouldn't have considered myself a conspiracy theorist. But this Bush administration is just so sick and so sinister that vast numbers of new people have joined the ranks of the conspiracy theorists. We're now seeing totally mainstream guys talking or hinting about "false-flag operations". Look at Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's former National Security adviser, here talking to the Senate Foreign Relations committee, warning of the Bushies using a new terrorist act on American soil as an excuse to attack Iran by "blaming it on the Iranians".

Or Michael Meacher, the government minister in the UK, who came out and said, or rather intimated, that 9/11 was an inside job; Paul Craig Roberts, a minister in the Reagan government; or Ray McGovern, a former CIA analyst (lol).

The Bushies are like something out of a dystopian sci-fi novel. No one thought anything this sinister could emerge in the Western world again. But it has. And now half the world is wearing tinfoil as a result. What's interesting, though, is that once you start wearing tinfoil, it's not just the Bushies who look different. No. You have to re-interpret all of previous history too. Nothing is the same any more.

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