It used to take a few years for conspiracy theories to take hold. Now it barely takes a week:
First we have the very obvious problems with the mainstream narrative. How is it that Ted Kennedy can’t get on an airplane but a Nigerian national can get an multiple entry visa to the United States? What are we to make of reports that a well-dressed man helped Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab board the plane without a passport? Finally, what of the fact that Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab’s father reported that he was becoming more interested in Islamic terrorist groups, and that he had been placed on a federal watch list for such people?
Further, the idea that “the system failed” seems to be a weak argument for why this terror plot “just happened.”
The government would have gotten away with that New World Order plot, too, if it wasn't for that meddling hottie Dutchman.
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