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And why the term ”State Crimes Against Democracy” is a more appropriate, clearer term. (see ch. 6) Also check out this: shortlink 5 Conspiracy Theories.
Jesse Ventura on false flag operations – ”Every war starts with false flag ops.”
.Former Governor Jesse Ventura Picks Fight With Feds Over 9/11 (04.04.11) – YouTube
A conspiracy, also known as a plot, is a secret plan or agreement between persons (called conspirers or conspirators) for an unlawful or harmful purpose, such as murder or treason, especially with political motivation, while keeping their agreement secret from the public or from other people affected by it.
Source: Conspiracy – Wikipedia
This is an image of the Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, by an unknown artist. Conspiracy – Wikipedia
The Gunpowder Plot was a secret plan devised in 1605 to blow up the Parliament of the United Kingdom, but they failed and were punished by death.
2. Origin of the Term ‘Conspiracy Theory’
Conspiracy theory is a term weaponized (i.e. used as a weapon) by the CIA after the JFK assassination in 1964 to discredit any deeper questions and critique (of the Warren investigation) by the public regarding the irregularities of this crime.
However, for the sake of clarity and soundness, we prefer the term ”state crimes against democracy (SCAD).” See below ch. 6.
3. Conspiracy Theory
First of all, a conspiracy theory is just a theory that can be correct or false or partly so. And like other theories, it has to be based on verifiable facts and evidence.
A conspiracy theory is a theory about a plot/ plan, its beneficiaries, and its aims regarding a key event or situation in history by powerful state actors or groups who conspired to bring it about.
Related: State Crimes Against Democracy, see below chapter 6.
4. Dictionary Words
Conspire: to make secret plans jointly to commit an unlawful or harmful act. (English Dictionary: from Latin conspirare ‘agree, plot’, from con- ‘together with’ + spirare ‘breathe’.)
The dictionary word “theory“: a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained.
5. The Common Bias
There is a bias problem with the last part of the definition of conspiracy theory below, bias here understood as an inclination or prejudice for a certain interpretation without more than very superficial information.
This is an example from Wikipedia:
”A conspiracy theory is an explanation for an event or situation that invokes a conspiracy by sinister and powerful groups, often political in motivation when other explanations are more probable.”
Conspiracy theory – Wikipedia
→ Proposing ”when other explanations are more probable” shows the author’s bias, because by this generalization all theories about conspiracies are deemed to be less probable. But how can such generalizations implicitly about >all< conspiracy theories even be made? In reality, no one can seriously make such generalizations, because no one knows what percentage of conspiracy theories were false or correct and to which degree and so make the generalization justified!
So this is just personal conjecture, widely spread in mass media, especially regarding the events of 9/11, where the media is very reluctant to report on facts and fact-based, (even academic) research*, which contradict the official government-sponsored 911 theory.
6. State Crimes Against Democracy
The term SCAD is more appropriate to the issue here.
So there are state crimes against democracy (SCAD), and to keep them hidden they are of course based on a conspiracy (see above ch.3). Lance deHaven-Smith links state crimes against democracy (SCAD) specifically to September 11, 2001, and Bush’s Iraq war.
He defines State Crimes Against Democracy as ”concerted actions or inactions by government insiders (that’s the “Deep State”) intended to manipulate government processes and undermine popular sovereignty.” This means that ”top leaders manipulate the democratic process to achieve an end that they couldn’t achieve by the normal political process.”
7. Example of State Crimes Against Democracy
According to recent polls, 50% of US American don’t trust the government’s explanations about our times most televised event: the attacks on New York and the Pentagon (and the forth) on Sept. 11, 2001 (shortlink Proof WTC7). Many see instead an example of government to some degree, which only a new impartial investigation can clear up.
7. Notes and Links
*Such as University of Alaska Fairbanks scientific report about the inconclusive NIST theory how fire could not have destroyed WTC7 building when it collapsed in nearly 7seconds!
– World Trade Center 7 (WTC 7) University of Alaska Fairbanks
– University Study Finds Fire Did Not Cause Building 7’s Collapse on 9/11
More on 9/11:
– Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth | WTC Twin Towers and Building 7 → 3000 architects have signed in.
– 911 links, Eyewitness-Accounts, Scientific Evidence, OKN
– Book: The New Pearl Harbor
2015-05-21. David Ray Griffin (2013). 9/11 Ten Years Later: When State Crimes against Democracy Succeed. Interlink Books. p. 21. ISBN 978-1623710033.
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