Conspiracy fears at fever pitch
A minority of iews people with extremest views flew some plains into some buildings. the only conspiracy has been the way some individuals in and outside of government have used this to promote their own agenda’s
Ken – December 21, 2010, 7:18AM
Beware of stirring up the Loonies Tanveer, too much more of that Leakywiki Hav-a-Chat stuff is likely to see the Deputy Sheriff’s True Believers jumping out of windows in their haste to avoid another series of Great big Imminent Attacks.
Bob Lansdowne | A to Zee – December 21, 2010, 7:33AM
"There is no doubt WikiLeaks and Assange are worth celebrating. their computing brilliance has resulted in some of the era’s best journalism exposeÂ´s."
Where’s the "computing brilliance" – isn’t Wikileaks totally reliant on third parties to supply "the leaks", such as Bradley Manning and his 250,000 documents.
And BTW, what level of IT security does the US have if one lone IT person (ie Bradley Manning) can access so many confidential documents.
There are some theories that may be Wikileaks is not really what it appears to be – that these so called 250,000 documents are just a smoke screen.
Who knows what’s true these days? (can you really trust the web)
Albers | Sydney – December 21, 2010, 7:49AM
There had been some speculations that the rich families such as Rockefeller and Rothschild somehow, have an involvement with the 9/11 attacks, and apparently has control over the American government, even Barrack Obama himself. I was watching an interview with Aaron Russo who apparently died of bladder cancer after revealing the truth behind Sept 11. You guys can watch it yourselves. It seems that there’s so much truth from the interview about the 9/11 attacks. I can’t explain anymore because Aaron will explain everything. if the video gets deleted, then you know what happened. watch?v=7nD7dbkkBIA
Pat | Sydney – December 21, 2010, 8:01AM
On one side of the fence you have the conspiracy theorists and on the other stand the psychologists who write books explaining and debunking.
Both cling to their staffs of reason – Both call to the crowds to be herd. two peas in a pod searching for their 15 mins.
Nicolas – December 21, 2010, 8:08AM
I take exception to the presumption that the west seeks to dominate Muslims it is simply that the west categoricaly and emphatically rejects the Islamisation of our cultures we are happy for Islam to be practised but not for it to take over all other non islamic faiths upon pain of persecution or death let Islam show the same tolerance as christianity is expected to as is seen in the case of the $11 million Christmas Tree said to be a sign of tolerance and freedom and that in an Islamic country
19Binda | Sydney – December 21, 2010, 8:09AM
I remain optimistic for the human race. to paraphrase Abe Lincoln, we can fool some of our senses all of the time, and all of our senses some of the time, but we cannot fool all of our senses all of the time… not unless we go insane. While spectacular events on the world stage seem to indicate that insanity is on the rise, so is truth in its own quiet way. the accessibility of information in the global village also allows the reasoned expression of different viewpoints to form an antidote to the poison that finds its way to our screens,
Tim Lee | Sydney – December 21, 2010, 8:14AM
Every honest wo/man can recognise at least one or two social/money classes directly below and above them. Only a foolish wo/man would believe that it stops just two rungs up!
Read "4th Reich of the Rich" by Des Griffin
research Globalists, Illuminati | Brisi – December 21, 2010, 8:24AM
tanveer, mate, what the hell is article supposed to be about? i know its early,8.30am, but i couldn’t make much sense at all out of any of this. ideally english is supposed to be clear and to the point. i read the 2nd para’ 4 times and when it finally did make sense it was just waffle. i suggest you use your advanced english skills to strive for simplicity. no one will think your smart if they cant understand a word your saying. no wonder no one has commented yet- they are still trying to figure out what it is your saying. all of this should be clear enough! i’ll try it again later in the day but i don’t think it will help.
harry the heretic | sydney – December 21, 2010, 8:33AM
If everything on TV and in the newspapers is true and factual then there are no conspiracy theories. People are gullible.
street professor | sydney – December 21, 2010, 8:33AM
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