New PDF release: Conspiracy!: 49 Reasons to Doubt, 50 Reasons to Believe

By Ian Shircore

ISBN-10: 1843583771

ISBN-13: 9781843583776

Yesterday's secrets and techniques make brand new headlines. Conspiracies and cover-ups, actual or imagined, have formed our international. Now leaked cables and declassified papers are rewriting the heritage of our times. 

The rush of latest proof - from WikiLeaks, Freedom of knowledge inquiries and declassified information - has solved a few vintage mysteries. but it increases extra questions than ever in regards to the assassinations of the Sixties, the soiled little secrets and techniques of the past due twentieth century and the earth-shaking occasions of contemporary years. 

Once you have visible what WikiLeaks has published in regards to the risk of a fifth Sep 11 hijack squad, on a BA flight heading to London, you will ask yourself what else they have did not inform you about. 

Once you could have visible the main points of Operation Northwoods, the insane plan to faux a fear bombing crusade in Washington and different US towns dreamed up by way of America's most sensible 4-star generals as a pretext to invade Cuba, you will ask yourself what different 'false flag' plots were placed into operation.

And when you understand the true tales at the back of the loss of life of Jim Morrison of the doorways, the enterprise hyperlinks among Google and the CIA, and the infamous 'Clinton physique count number' rumors, you will discover your self wondering every thing you spot within the media.

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REASONS TO BELIEVE Many Poles, inevitably, found it hard to believe the Smolensk crash was a random, arbitrary accident. It seemed too cruel, too savage and too painfully ironic that it should have happened on the way to the cursed forest of Katyn. In Warsaw and around the world, people reacted to the shock of the Smolensk tragedy with fear and suspicion. There is too much history between Poland and Russia for everyone to accept uncritically that the crash was a spontaneous accident, and many Poles wondered out loud if the Russian authorities could be trusted to carry out a thorough and objective crash investigation.

This had caused embarrassment to many former friends of Russia – and even to Poland’s first non-Communist president, Lech Walesa. There was certainly no love lost between Kaczynski and the Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. The Polish prime minister, Donald Tusk, Kaczynski’s political rival, had been invited to Putin’s official memorial ceremony for the Katyn massacre victims on 7 April 2010, flying to Smolensk with the same plane and crew. The president’s party on the crashed plane was heading for a second ceremony, three days later, which was carefully framed as an unofficial event.

Some counts make that thirteen or even fourteen bullets, and the Los Angeles Free Press, which reported this, backed up its claim with a photograph of the doorframe, showing several holes. There were simply too many bullets for the official story to be true. The coroner, Thomas Noguchi, who performed the post mortem and saw the crucial evidence of the doorframe before it was inexplicably destroyed, later wrote in his autobiography, ‘Until more is precisely known, the existence of the second gunman remains a possibility.

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