Listen up. All those conspiracy theories are just a bunch of hooey

Our government tells us so at

Conspiracy theories exist in the realm of myth, where imaginations run wild, fears trump facts, and evidence is ignored. As a superpower, the United States is often cast as a villain in these dramas.

Among the foolish misconceptions they wish to dispel is that depleted uranium is harmful (they do this by saying the uranium has been mostly depleted, huh?), that economic hit men could ever actually do damage (“Two words: Goldman Sachs.” replies shtfplan), and would everyone please knock off the crazy talk about 9/11, the JFK assassination, Obama’s birth certificate, and look, the Cuban Five are guilty, guilty, guilty.

Their rebuttals are done in a few short paragraphs in a slightly condescending manner, as if that will settle everything now that the adults have spoken.

All in all, an odd bit of attempted counter-propaganda.


  1. “slightly condescending”? slightly condescending!? I’ve never read anything quite so childish. Like something a hundred trained monkeys put tohether. Flipping website probably does more to validate these “conspiracies” than any other.

    Point of clarification: no one ever suggested that the born-again self-hating faggor George AWOL “Lips” Bush “did” 9/11. He’s far to stupid. Cheney and the jews, on the other hand…

    • And since most have never heard of the Cuban Five, it’s interesting they felt the need to say they were Cuban agents on US soil. But that’s not the issue. The Cuban Five infiltrated private anti-Castro groups and many believe they broke no US laws.

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