Conspiracies, who believes in them, only cranks, right? Okay, let's take a look at some recent non-existent conspiracies that have been reported here.
The great cheese conspiracy. Obviously this never existed. So then why did the Office of Fair Trading level fines
totalling £49.51 million on four supermarkets and five dairy processors?
LIBOR and PPI - there were no conspiracies here, right? Perhaps somebody should tell the BBC, the same BBC that has just been laughing at Alex Jones. After all, it has just broadcast a three part TV series
about this conspiracy that never existed.
How about the Hillsborough cover-up? The police didn't really lie through their teeth about that, doctor witness statements, and leak false information
to the press. Did they?
How about former Government Minister Chris Huhne? He didn't conspire with his then wife to pervert the course of justice
. Perhaps someone should tell the judge who sentenced the former couple to eight months apiece. You want more?
The rule of thumb is that people who talk about conspiracies are cranks. It's only when the those in authority talk about them that they become real. Does this mean Alex Jones is to be taken seriously?
Mr Jones has a loud voice and he is a showman. He also does what Antony Sutton warned against
repeatedly, he goes far beyond the evidence. Also, when the evidence is not forthcoming, he invents his own. If you want proof of that, go to YouTube, key in the words ALEX JONES DEBUNKED and check out a few of the many videos that come up.
Alex Jones talks nonsense on a lot of subjects, including 9/11, but he isn't the one who exposed the Bilderberg Group
. The first man
to do that died in 1973, the year before Alex Jones was born.
Since the advent of the Internet, conspiratorial elites like the Bilderberg Group are no longer able to operate in total secrecy. It now has its own website
, but there is the little matter of transparency, and we can get this if we press our politicians hard enough, including Messrs Cameron and Osborne, the two leading British politicians who attended this year. After all, we pay their salaries.