Thursday, 22 February 2007


So who saw the Conspiracy programme on BBC on Sunday night?

And who has seen the Loose Change film (search Google video) all the way through?

And who thought the BBC did a really poor job of addressing all of the issues?

I still don't trust Bush and his cronies and I'm still not convinced.

But then I always was a bit of an X-files fan....and you can't beat a good conspiracy theory.

1 comment:

Ann said...


I saw it!! It was great!

My brother's been bugging me to see Loose Change, as he's seen it a handful of times and thinks its really well done. I don't doubt it, but I seriously doubt the information presented within it.

Prior to the show, I watched the documentary debate between two of the makers of Loose Change and two of the editors of Popular Mechanics. For me, the makers of Loose Change came across as immature, arrogant, idiots!

If you're interested, the debate can be found in 5 parts starting here and Popular Mechanics' Internet article debunking the information presented in the film is here.

X-Files is still my favourite TV show ever made, but I rarely put much credability behind most conspiracy theories, but it's always good to ask questions...

Posted by Darryl On Friday, February 23, 2007 at 11:23 PM
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But have you watched Loose Change? Because I still don't feel a lot of the issues were addressed, or if they were there was no scientific basis for the counter argument.

Posted by Ann On Saturday, February 24, 2007 at 4:25 PM
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Not yet, but I probably will at some point. My brothers are interested in what I think about it after seeing it.

Posted by Darryl On Sunday, February 25, 2007 at 12:26 PM
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Did you see the programme on David Icke last night?

Apparently he's been forecasting things over the last 15 years that have actually come true. I don't know if that is because he's forecast so many things that eventually some of them are bound to come true, or whether he is on to something.

Either way, I love the fact that we live in a country where weird and wonderful theories can be discussed (relatively) freely.

Posted by Darryl On Saturday, February 24, 2007 at 4:19 PM
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No, didn't see it, but would like to just for the comedy value.

Posted by Ann On Saturday, February 24, 2007 at 4:23 PM
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