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The controversy surrounding White House information czar and Harvard Professor Cass Sunsteins blueprint for the government to infiltrate political activist groups has deepened, with the revelation that in the same 2008 dossier he also called for the government to tax or even ban outright political opinions of which it disapproved.
An Obama executive order that creates a council of state governors who will work with the feds to expand military involvement in domestic security has stoked fears that the administration is stepping up preparations for martial law..
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Obama Plans To Sneak Through Carbon Tax By Stealth
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, June 18, 2010
President Obama is planning to sneak through his job-killing, economy wrecking carbon tax by stealth according to the Washington Post, by passing a weakened bill and then adding in cap and trade provisions after the heat is off following the November elections.
Described as the “lame duck climate strategy,” Obama is planning to secure enough votes in the Senate to pass a weakened energy bill and then drag out the conference long enough to ensure the stronger provisions contained in the original House version are added “after lawmakers have faced voters in November, thereby cushioning the vote’s political impact.”
“Several sources familiar with the administration’s thinking confirmed it has started pressing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to bring up a slimmed-down energy and climate bill next month. Such a measure would pass more easily than a comprehensive climate bill, and could still be negotiated with the broader bill the House passed a year ago,” reports the Washington Post.
Knowing that the “energy bill” represents nothing less than another massive plunder of the American taxpayer and is widely unpopular, Senators will only stab their constituents in the back and vote for the more nightmarish aspects of the legislation, including a tax on the very substance they exhale, after they have secured their seats in November.
As we highlighted last week, plans to impose a carbon tax on American citizens appeared to fade after Republican Senator Lindsey Graham shockingly reversed his views on climate change, telling a press conference that the science behind man-made global warming is in question and those pushing it are alarmists who have oversold the problem.
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Conspiracy Theory or Fact? 4, 911 Attacks, The Truth of 2 Conspiracy Theories
The owner of Brave New Books discusses the Sept 11 twin towers attacks and how there are two conspiracy theories about what really happened. He brings up the point that even the official media story is in essence a conspiracy theory.
Was it really as simple as 19 Islamic men upset at the US were able to infiltrate and high jack US airplane to crash them into the world trade center and the pentagon or were these terrorists backed by the CIA and hidden influences inside the US government and industrial military complex?
Were the airplanes alone enough to bring the WTC down or did the building collapse by controlled demolition?
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A conspiracy refers to an act of deception used to disrupt some aspect of society for the personal or ideological gain of the conspirators and their supporters. A conspiracy must always involve more than one person participating in some form of subterfuge. Conspiracies are also discussed as “conspiracy theories.” These plots are claimed to be developed by some influential group or organization to conceal information from the public.
The term “conspiracy theory” was first used in 1909. However, it was not popularized until the 1960s. At that time, historical events encouraged such speculation. For example, there were undoubtedly conspiracies executed by governments and private entities alike during the Cold War. There were also many theories surrounding America’s involvement in Vietnam. Over the last several decades, theories have expanded to encompass almost every major historical event as well as numerous natural disasters and diseases.
Several major historical events are said to be the result of conspiracy theories. Perhaps the most recent event to result in the proliferation of countless conspiracy theories was the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Some have actually suggested the attacks were planned and executed with assistance from the United States government. Others have suggested the attacks were actually planned by Mossad, an Israeli group. Those who believe conspiracies have specifically influenced history are said to be believers in conspiracism. Recently, this term has adopted negative connotations associated with a paranoid psyche. However, many renowned scholars support some conspiracy theories and have evidence supporting their historical impact. Thus, there is a field of academic study devoted to conspiricism.
In addition to historical events, several notable groups have been specifically created for the purpose of planning conspiracies, or accused of participating in devious activities. For example, the dealings of the Mafia fall under the heading of conspiracies. Other historical groups, such as the Illuminati and the Free Masons, have also been repeatedly accused of conspiracy activities. In many countries, such groups can actually be prosecuted under criminal conspiracy statues.
Although the aforementioned theories remain speculative, there are several important confirmed cases of conspiracies occurring in history. Many of these focus on assassinations, such as the murders of Julius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln. Both these conspiracies involved a small group of influential individuals who wished to bring about change by killing their society’s leader. Other conspiracies have been perpetrated by governments to cover-up their acts. For example, Operation Paperclip, in which the United States extracted Nazi scientists from Germany, is considered a conspiracy. The American government also tried to cover up the controversial study of syphilis using human subjects at the Tuskegee Institute. Additionally, the infamous Watergate scandal could also be considered a conspiracy; one in which the U.S. President was directly involved.
Some critics associate conspiracies with paranoia. However, the confirmation of these and other conspiracies has given support to other, unverified conspiracy theories. Some of the most prominent theories are those related to politics. For example, many people disagree with the Warren Commission’s report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Countless books, articles, documentaries, and web pages have been devoted to the array of conspiracies which exist. Some of these are true occurrences where a small group formulated and executed an illegal plot. However, most are unsubstantiated and based upon incomplete information. Thus, these remain “theories” and have not been definitively categorized as true conspiracies. Despite the many improbably claims, though, there have always been, and will always be, deceptive plots planned and executed by inconspicuous conspirators.
John W. Martin
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