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33 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True, What Every Person Should Know

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#1 Robert Morrow

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    I would bet my house, my car, and my bank account that the Clintons & Buddy Young sent 3 Arkansas state trooper goons to beat the living hell out of and nearly murder Gary Johnson (the lawyer for Larry Nichols & neighbor of Gennifer Flowers) on June 26, 1992. They did this because Gary Johnson had security camera videotapes of Bill Clinton often entering Gennifer's condo. The Clintons were denying the Bill/Gennifer affair at that time. The Clinton thugs then stole the tapes. Watch the "New Clinton Chronicles" and go to minute 48 for the Gary Johnson interview.

Posted 17 February 2012 - 04:46 AM

Check out this link: http://newworldorder...d-Extended.aspx

What really chaps my hide is when someone in the media lumps the JFK assassination in with (what I consider) false theories that we never sent a man to the moon or the aliens at Roswell. Often this is done intentionally as a sneaky way of lengthening what remains of the cover up of JFK's death.

The JFK assassination was an elite domestic American conspiracy to murder John Kennedy: that is a FACT. We are way, way, way beyond the question of whether the JFK assassination was conspiracy. I think the debate has shifted to whether Lyndon Johnson was one of the key plotters (I think LBJ was at the epicenter of the JFK assassination) or did LBJ and Hoover "just cover it up," being accessories after the fact.

Or the argument might be precisely WHICH CIA officers were invovled in the JFK assassination: Did Angleton and Lansdale run it? Was Richard Helms a plotter, or did he merely cover it up? Ditto David Atlee Phillips, who I think was a plotter and cover up artist.

With that in mind, here is a fine article by Jonathan Elinoff entitled: "33 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True, What Every Person Should Know"

This is a fine article and I agree with most, if not all, of it:


Edited by Robert Morrow, 19 February 2012 - 07:49 PM.

#2 Scott Kaiser

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 07:43 PM


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