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Op-Ed: Why you should not dismiss every conspiracy theory you hear

America has always been the land of conspiracies, after all the nation was founded by a giant conspiracy hatched in taverns across the colonies. Today the term “conspiracy theory” has a dismissive air surrounding it, and maybe it shouldn't.

Declassified: Joint Chiefs approved false flag attack on America

A Department of Defense document declassified in 1997 shows that the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Armed Forces had drafted and approved a plan to attack and kill Americans and to blame it on Cuba.

Op-Ed: 9/11 'Truth' — The Triumph of Lunacy over Reason

New York - The 9/11 Truth Movement is surely one of the most bizarre phenomena to have appeared in the 21st Century, a cult of high ignorance presided over by men and women of learning.

Nuclear attack at the Olympics? Mathaba descends into silliness

London - If you are planning to attend the London Olympics, be careful, you may be targeted by a nuclear bomb. Then again, you may not.

Op-Ed: False Flags — In fiction and fact

The recent horror in Aurora, Colorado, has led to an outpouring of rubbish by woolly-minded so-called conspiracy theorists that it was some sort of false flag operation.

Op-Ed: Seven big lies of the 9/11 Truth Movement

The 9/11 Truth Movement is one of the most remarkable such movements of our age; sadly, it has a hard core of people who refuse to accept prosaic facts and continue to postulate outrageous nonsense.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff on 10 February 1960. From left to right: General Lyman L. Lemnitzer  Chief...
The Joint Chiefs of Staff on 10 February 1960. From left to right: General Lyman L. Lemnitzer, Chief of Staff, US Army; Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, US Navy; General Nathan Twining, US Air Force, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; General Thomas D. White, Chief of Staff, US Air Force; and General David M. Shoup, Commandant, US Marine Corps.
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