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Clearly, my tendency notice reality is a condition

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Moreover, many mental health professionals have concluded that the official version of 9/11 is false, and that those who believe the official version suffer from emotional problems or defense mechanisms.

9 Responses to “Clearly, my tendency notice reality is a condition”

  1. emdfl Says:

    “mental health professionals” – now there’s an oxymoron for the ages.

  2. Linoge Says:

    Wow. I wonder what those supposed diagnosers-of-mental-problems themselves believe concerning 9/11…

  3. Nylarthotep Says:

    Definitive proof that just because you have a high level education it doesn’t disqualify you from being a fool.

  4. SPQR Says:

    Still, the idea that this supports Truther nonsense is not a coherent one.

  5. Robb Allen Says:

    I can’t even understand what the post is trying to say.

    I can totally understand the government trying to cover up things that would make them look bad. Maybe they had former intel that they didn’t heed, maybe certain people in the know were too busy humping their secretary to sound the alarm, maybe politician A realized he had been snuggling up with Government B that had direct relationships with the terrorists.

    That kind of cover-up makes sense.

    However, the fact that 19 Muslims hijacked several aircraft and rammed them into buildings / a field is not something that is in dispute. The WTC towers fell because of the damages and resulting fires. Even if you want to believe that fire cannot melt steel (and that biblical sword makers used induction heating to craft their wares), fire at least softens it. That’s all it takes.

    To believe that an American government would go through that much hassle and destroy that much of the economy to simply go to war with another country for… whatever the reason du jour is (is this week Cheap Oil or Kill the Brown People?) is the epitome of bat shit insane. Why not just pop off a small nuke downtown rather than go through all the hassle of wiring up a building with explosives (and having to pay off hundreds of thousands of people who would see you doing it), predrilling supports so they’d collapse properly, creating a remote controlled aircraft, then executing entire planeloads of people and dumping their bodies in the wreckage?

    Occam’s razor isn’t dull, folks.

  6. DirtCrashr Says:

    For “Mental Health Professsionals” it’s just another lever to full-employment. If they had a Union, arguing crazy shit (which is what they’re paid to do) would be in the by-laws.

  7. Andrew Says:

    I’m with Rob.

    WTF is the guy trying to say?

    And I thought I was paranoid!!!

  8. Matt Groom Says:

    I have also argued with Troofers about the sheer nonsense of their insane conspiracy theories. I often point out:

    “If Bush hates black people, as you claim, and 9/11 was an inside job to frame the Muslims and steal their oil, and the CIA is the biggest drug dealer in the world and the original inventors of Crack, why would they blow up valuable property? Wouldn’t they simply hire a bunch of Klansmen to dress up as Muslim terrorists (we all know the KKK LOVES to play dress up) and go around to all the inner city ghettos and kill every single drug dealer they could find? Then they could take control over the entire illicit drug trade, reduce crime, empty the prisons, thereby lowering taxes, AND still be able to blame Islamic Terrorists for murdering innocent American civilians, justifying an invasion of a foreign state, because we all know that evil dictators need to justify their actions to the world.” When you connect the dots for them, the seem to have a light go off like: “Gee, that makes sense. Why didn’t they do that?” Then there’s this “Ohh. Because it really wasn’t an inside job.”

    The belief in conspiracy theories is a way of protecting one’s self from one’s own incompetence and irrational fears. “I can’t do that! The government will come take me away! The JEWS won’t allow it! We never landed on the moon! There were 14 shooters on the Grassy Knoll!” Belief in conspiracy theories is therefore, a sign of significant mental disorders, and if that boob is a mental health expert, I’m Sigmund Freud.

  9. Rabbit Says:

    After reading through that, along with the comments, I can say without any reservation that there are a whole lot of folks out there whose gimp suits are way too tight.

    Regards,
    Rabbit.