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    Default CONSPIRACY THEORIES: Mental exercise, or plain ol' paranoia

    Discuss. And share.

    Oh, and feel free to theorize your theories while discussing. And sharing.
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    Default re: CONSPIRACY THEORIES: Mental exercise, or plain ol' paranoia

    Finally a use for my tin foil hat!

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    Default re: CONSPIRACY THEORIES: Mental exercise, or plain ol' paranoia

    lol lol, go for it
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    Default Re: CONSPIRACY THEORIES: Mental exercise, or plain ol' paranoia

    *clears throat...

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    At one time many of the experiments were considered conspiracy theories, and or the government tried to deny they ever happened. After years of pressure and the passage of time the truth finally came out.

    So is it really paranoia to be concerned about what our government may be up to without our knowledge or consent today?

    The 13 Most Evil U.S. Government Experiments on Humans (Page 2)
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    Great start. Thank you!
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    I really can't (or maybe it's don't want to) believe those horrible articles. Truly, unbelievably horrific.

    .... if they're true. I wouldn't be surprised if they are.

    The link brings you to page two. Make sure you go back to pg1, then pg3.
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    Yep.

    REALLY horrible experiments.

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    mmm hmm

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    Default Re: CONSPIRACY THEORIES: Mental exercise, or plain ol' paranoia

    Bit of both, some start it from a bit of knowledge, others just jump to conclusions without knowledge

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    Yes yes, hmmm... so how does the knowledge of this make us feel about the conclusions?





    REALLY trying here guys, lol.

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    Makes us feel more confident in our beliefs. I'll give you an example - the black box recording of the 9/11 fighter pilots asking if its a training run -> its just a tiny fact someone's know was mentioned and expanded it to think that the whole air force had rehearsed a fake response to 9/11 prior to, making it believe it was all a set up. Which could be true or not - im leaning to not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairclough View Post
    Makes us feel more confident in our beliefs. I'll give you an example - the black box recording of the 9/11 fighter pilots asking if its a training run -> its just a tiny fact someone's know was mentioned and expanded it to think that the whole air force had rehearsed a fake response to 9/11 prior to, making it believe it was all a set up. Which could be true or not - im leaning to not.
    Please elaborate. I haven't heard this one.

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    Apparently fighter pilots were launched at the time of 9/11 when they then an impact was imminent just in case there were other planes. One of the fighter pilots asked whether this was training run or a serious attack. One creative person heard this recording and claimed that its a sign that they had rehearsed the 9/11 attack response before and it was a government set up. I doubt this theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairclough View Post
    Apparently fighter pilots were launched at the time of 9/11 when they then an impact was imminent just in case there were other planes. One of the fighter pilots asked whether this was training run or a serious attack. One creative person heard this recording and claimed that its a sign that they had rehearsed the 9/11 attack response before and it was a government set up. I doubt this theory.
    There were two separate sets of drills going on the same day that included the twin towers scenario as a possibility. That scenario has been used regularly since 1977 (I don't have the exact info with me, still at work, I might be a year or two off). One of the issues that made tracking the aircraft difficult was that there were false electronic ones programmed to show up on radar, etc. for the pilots and ground operatives to interact with. The conspiracy theory here isn't about the existence of the drills, that part is conspiracy fact. The theory is about whether or not the planners of the attack knew about the drills or if it was coincidence, and if they did know about them, how did they find out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Live2ride883 View Post
    At one time many of the experiments were considered conspiracy theories, and or the government tried to deny they ever happened. After years of pressure and the passage of time the truth finally came out.

    So is it really paranoia to be concerned about what our government may be up to without our knowledge or consent today?

    The 13 Most Evil U.S. Government Experiments on Humans (Page 2)
    These are just a few, there are so many more conspiracy theories out there and besides there is no smoke without fire. From using of psychics to get information, remote viewing training to get information from other countries, human experiments and mind control offcourse is another favourite among the conspiracy theorists.There is a lot that happens beneath.


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    There's probably more truth in this than any of us realize.
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    I agree. I'd hate to know what's really going on.

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    Anybody else?

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    I believe cats are actually running the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall Mike 2145 View Post
    I believe cats are actually running the world.
    I agree.
    I think I found a pic of the leader, quite frightening looking, if you ask me:
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    I miss my friend Matt McQuinn he touched so many lives, and in the end gave his life to protect someone that he loved. I am proud to have known him, and of the choices he made when it mattered. You were a true hero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Live2ride883 View Post
    JFK was my inroad to interest in history/politics, etc.

    If you're interested in the subject, one of the best books ever written on the subject is, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy: Jim Marrs: 9780881846485: Amazon.com: Books

    In my opinion, it's nearly impossible that LBJ didn't know about it in advance, but right now I don't believe he arranged it. Maybe this new book will change my mind?
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    Something to consider...
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