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 Earlier, you said: "It’s a descriptive term for someone who supposes a coverup has occurred" - ie conspiracy theorist.  However, since the 1963 assassination of JFK, the term "conspiracy theorist" has been broadly cultivated to imply, in mainstream understanding, that anyone who postulates an alternative to what is promoted officially, to be crazy, wacko or tinfoil hatter. In other words "conspiracy theorist” ≣ imply “tin foil hatter” or “wacko”.  And, as I said in a...
 A little more specific please?  What "garbage" are you referring to? 
 So, in your definition, the greater majority of the 9/11 Commissioners, including its two co-chairs, are worthy of being name called as "tin foil hatters" and "wacko conspiracy nuts"? Here is a sampling of what these Commissioners and panelists have said about their own "inquiry": *******(1) "The greater part of the Commission's findings "are untrue"...“The Commission's co-chairs said that the CIA the White House "obstructed our investigation". Indeed, they said that the...
 Looking up that phrase "preach peace when weak; preach war when strong" - only three references come up in a search engine: 1. ME Forum - Daniel Pipes. Pipes is a known Islamophobe who amongst a number of his cohorts in the pro-Israeli neoconservative movement, praised and sympathized with Norway terrorist Anders Breivik for his Oslo bombing outrage and the shooting rampage of 69 kids a few years back.  2. PJ Tatler - On its list of contributors is Michael Ledeen -...
 There is no HARD evidence with a verifiable chain of custody or certified time stamp, that *any* religious extremists successfully boarded those 4 airliners. No ticket purchase records, no cash or credit card transactions, no seat assignments with Arab names, no *verifiable* photographic or film/video evidence of any of the alleged 19 going through security on that morning at the two airports in question. Everything we were told about that was single sourced or hearsay....
As in "factually wrong" or "correct but morally wrong"? Discrimination against Muslims in the United States has a long history dating back to the early 1900s. Although successive Washington administrations flirted with Islamists overseas from the 1950s to the 1970s as a counterweight to communists and nationalists, Muslims within the US continued to be viewed with suspicion, which ramped up in 1972 when US President Richard Nixon inaugurated “Operation Boulder,” giving law...
The original question: "Should the 9/11 museum drop all mention of Islamic terrorism"?   Americans have been taught/indoctrinated since the late 1940s that "all terrorists are Muslim and all Muslims are terrorists". To include the term "Islamic" is therefore redundant.   Regarding the attacks of 9/11, quite the most amazing thing happened, and nobody has ever commented on it publicly. If we are to believe the official conspiracy theory of 9/11 - this is what is...
 Not necessarily.
I support this person's right to freedom of speech (while we still have it)... even though the content - imho - is obnoxious and hate-inspired.  One thing that stands out re. the religious "Christian" right - is why are they so freaking obsessed with gays? They quote one arbitrary verse out of Leviticus until purple in the face and frothing at the bit -  even though the original wording suggests that it was 'pedophilia', not homosexuality, that was being referred to....
"Americans had better watch what they are saying". Ari Fleischer, former White House press secretary, September 2001.
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