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Monday, August 29, 2011

I just heard one of the weirdest conspiracy...

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I just heard one of the weirdest conspiracy theories of all time (and I've heard a lot of them):

It holds that 9/11 was the result of a war between the CIA and the US Military...and the east coast earthquake was caused by the detonation of a nuclear device in a secret tunnel network that was an attempt to stop the CIA from transporting something from Langley, Virginia to their new secret headquarters in Denver, Colorado.

Where do these people come up with this stuff? Why do they?

It is useless to try to argue with these people because they seem to have no firm grasp on reality. I've always thought these people were either mentally disturbed or had a way of making money off selling merchandise related to their conspiracies to the gullible.

Here is a link that several people shared on Twitter that got me started on this rant...
Russia reports Nuclear explosions hit vast US military tunnel network | Pakistan | News | Newspaper | Daily | English | Online
A frightening foreign military intelligence directorate (GRU) report circulating in the Kremlin states that over the past nearly 48 hours the vast intercontinental military tunnel complex constructed ...
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