New U.S. Taxpayer Funded Website: "There is No Conspiracy"
In a move that shows just how stupid our government thinks we really are, a new website, America.Gov, loudly proclaims that "there are no conspiracies". We have their word on it.
"Conspiracy theories exist in the realm of myth, where imaginations run wild, fears trump facts, and evidence is ignored. As a superpower, the United States is often cast as a villain in these dramas."
Translation, it is unpatriotic to question the "official story" on anything. Its too bad that the Founders wrote in that "Freedom of the Press" and "Freedom of Speech" provisions to the Constitution. Otherwise, there would be no need for a taxpayer funded website to debunk "Conspiracy Theorists".
In a move sure to lower the credibility of Snopes.com even further, the urban myth site is now America.gov's official source of information about the validity of conspiracies. Now, for those of you that had any doubt about Snope's links to the American intelligence services, all doubts can be laid to rest.
Its a pretty sparse website, considering all of the documents in our government's possession that will never see the light of day. The section on 911 is laughable at best. Here we are told that 4,000 Jews did not miss work at the World Trade Center (perhaps it was 40 or 400?) when the tower's collapsed. We are also told that "Al Qaida has admitted many times that they carried out the 9/11 attacks.". Why anyone would not believe Osama bin CIAdin is a mystery to these folks. Especially after they went through so much trouble to create this illusion.
The government website also breaks new ground by insisting that burning jet fuel brought down the towers. What they fail to address is, how that jet fuel ended up in bringing down Building 7 into its own footprint. They also insist that glass, concrete and steel structures "caught fire" and burned to the ground. And people wonder why the government is being questioned by anyone with an IQ higher than a rock.
On Health we can learn:
"Health is a critically important issue for everyone. When new, life-threatening diseases emerge, such as AIDS, the H1N1 flu, and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), people are alarmed and can seize on conspiracy theories to explain their sudden appearance."
Maybe the biological weapons division of our military was busy "making love and not war". We have the power to biologically engineer plants and animals, but simple celled virus's and bacteria are way beyond our grasp. For those of you that have never experienced Orwellian Doublespeak I quote the following:
"When new, immune-suppression drugs made life-saving organ transplants much more feasible in the 1980s, false organ theft rumors began to appear, reflecting deep-seated fears about body integrity. Illegal organ transplants for payment do occur, however, and coercion can happen in this black market."
After denying that the United States was involved in manufacturing viruses the site then proclaims:
"Biological weapons evoke the nightmare fear of uncontrolled, deadly mass epidemics. 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."
It gets more ridiculous. If you have bad dreams involving depleted uranium, a few words of comfort from Uncle Sam:
"Uranium evokes very powerful fears. It is associated with atomic weapons, mass annihilation, radiation sickness, cancer and birth defects. Depleted uranium evokes these same fears, despite the fact that it has been depleted of much of its radioactivity. Even if you accept this fact, your fear-based associations can be more powerful than logic and facts. Compare how you feel about tungsten to how you feel about depleted uranium. Both are heavy metals, but “depleted uranium” might sound scarier to you."
Maybe they should store the stuff in the White House basement, along with the other files that don't exist. Obama could have the first "Three-headed" dog in U.S. history.
For those of you watching your life savings evaporate, America.Gov has these words of sage advice:
"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.)"
Powerful individuals are not motivated by power or wealth. The Federal Reserve Bank is not a private corporation that is owned by foreign bankers. They don't charge us 6% interest on every dollar bill in circulation. They did not just bring the stock market down 1,000 points in a day to end any attempts to have them audited. We are not in a currency crisis and real unemployment is not over 20%. I know that this is true because America.gov tells me that our country is not run by powerfull individuals motivated by their desire for wealth.
May I propose a few slogans for America.gov? I was going to wait for the contest, but, what the heck:
1. We are the Government: If you don't like Our Lies make up your own!
2. Jet fuel melts everything but passports.
3. If I had a dollar for every lie the Government tells me, I would be the Federal Reserve
4. Just because I am rich and powerful doesn't mean I am motivated by money.
5. Thanks to Depleted Uranium my dog now has three heads.