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Online Joe Elliott

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #20 on: November 04, 2021, 04:18:10 PM »

99.9% of the people reading this think you're making up statistics.

Fine. Then let’s have someone other than Dan O’meara at this forum step forth and give a list of:

* All that the conspirators accomplished (planting CE-399, etc.)
* Number of people needed to do each task.

And, what would also be helpful, give an example of a CT book that does this.

The failure of the CT community to do this is a clear indication that the vast majority of CTers envision a large conspiracy, too large to just lay out. Absolute proof that this is so? No. But as big a certainty as one is going to find in this world.

You completely ignored me when I asked you why it would take more than one person with access to the evidence to insert CE399 into it.

That would be fine, if you can find me a CTer who thinks that all the conspirators accomplished was the assassination of JFK and the planting of CE-399. But they seem to have a huge list of tasks the conspirators accomplished to kill JFK and cover it up.

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #21 on: November 04, 2021, 04:31:48 PM »

My biggest disappointment of Tuesday, November 2, is that a JFK Jr. impersonator did not show up, announce that he is JFK Jr., and that he is “Q”, and that he and Donald Trump will be running together in the 2024 Presidential Election.

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #22 on: November 04, 2021, 06:29:24 PM »
Fine. Then let’s have someone other than Dan O’meara at this forum step forth and give a list of:

* All that the conspirators accomplished (planting CE-399, etc.)
* Number of people needed to do each task.

And, what would also be helpful, give an example of a CT book that does this.

The failure of the CT community to do this is a clear indication that the vast majority of CTers envision a large conspiracy, too large to just lay out. Absolute proof that this is so? No. But as big a certainty as one is going to find in this world.

That would be fine, if you can find me a CTer who thinks that all the conspirators accomplished was the assassination of JFK and the planting of CE-399. But they seem to have a huge list of tasks the conspirators accomplished to kill JFK and cover it up.
It's been nearly 60 years. This is the most investigated event in American history. Multiple government investigations, independent news investigations, reporters, historians....

Yet all we hear is "the Warren Commission, the Warren Commission..." They want to attack that and only that and dismiss all of this other work. If we mention, for example, Robert Caro finding - after 25 years of study! - no involvement by LBJ we just get a wave of the hand.

If we went back in time and said to the conspiracists, "Okay, over the next half century we'll have all of these investigations, government and media, millions of pages of documents released, historians and reporters looking into the matter, would you accept that judgment?", they would agree to it.

But here we are and it's still not enough.
« Last Edit: November 04, 2021, 06:32:17 PM by Steve M. Galbraith »

Offline Rick Plant

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #23 on: November 05, 2021, 03:55:19 AM »
This is why America is in trouble with a significant portion of people like this who support Republicans believing in this insanity. These are the same lunatics that stormed the Capitol on 1/6 and who also believe that COVID vaccines contain alien DNA and magnetic trackers. Same loons who all worship Trump and refuse to get vaccinated. They all waited for hours on the streets for JFK Jr. (who has been dead for over 20 years) thinking he was going to appear in front of them and unite with Trump. You can't make this stuff up. I wonder if these same people wake up on Christmas morning expecting to see Santa Claus bringing them a present.       

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #24 on: November 05, 2021, 03:59:29 AM »
Fine. Then let’s have someone other than Dan O’meara at this forum step forth and give a list of:

* All that the conspirators accomplished (planting CE-399, etc.)
* Number of people needed to do each task.

And, what would also be helpful, give an example of a CT book that does this.

The failure of the CT community to do this is a clear indication that the vast majority of CTers envision a large conspiracy, too large to just lay out. Absolute proof that this is so? No. But as big a certainty as one is going to find in this world.

The failure here is your illusion that CTs are a "community" that marches in lockstep.  That would be the WC-faithful.

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That would be fine, if you can find me a CTer who thinks that all the conspirators accomplished was the assassination of JFK and the planting of CE-399. But they seem to have a huge list of tasks the conspirators accomplished to kill JFK and cover it up.

I think the "huge list" is something you dreamed up and just attributed to "CT-ers".  What exactly is this huge list and where did you get it?

Offline Bill Chapman

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #25 on: November 05, 2021, 04:14:44 AM »
Fine. Then let’s have someone other than Dan O’meara at this forum step forth and give a list of:

* All that the conspirators accomplished (planting CE-399, etc.)
* Number of people needed to do each task.

And, what would also be helpful, give an example of a CT book that does this.

The failure of the CT community to do this is a clear indication that the vast majority of CTers envision a large conspiracy, too large to just lay out. Absolute proof that this is so? No. But as big a certainty as one is going to find in this world.

That would be fine, if you can find me a CTer who thinks that all the conspirators accomplished was the assassination of JFK and the planting of CE-399. But they seem to have a huge list of tasks the conspirators accomplished to kill JFK and cover it up.

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« Last Edit: November 05, 2021, 04:23:45 AM by Bill Chapman »

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #26 on: November 05, 2021, 04:48:18 AM »
Yet all we hear is "the Warren Commission, the Warren Commission..." They want to attack that and only that and dismiss all of this other work.

"all of this other works" amounts to people saying "I believe the WC was right".

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If we mention, for example, Robert Caro finding - after 25 years of study! - no involvement by LBJ we just get a wave of the hand.

What "finding"?  True enough he didn't find any solid evidence of involvement, but that doesn't demonstrate no involvement.  Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.  No solid evidence of Oswald's involvement doesn't seem to deter you from forming your conclusions...

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #27 on: November 05, 2021, 04:54:10 AM »
CTers don't walk in lock-step because they lack the mental stability to walk at all.
 

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #28 on: November 05, 2021, 04:59:47 AM »
It's been nearly 60 years. This is the most investigated event in American history. Multiple government investigations, independent news investigations, reporters, historians....

Yet all we hear is "the Warren Commission, the Warren Commission..." They want to attack that and only that and dismiss all of this other work. If we mention, for example, Robert Caro finding - after 25 years of study! - no involvement by LBJ we just get a wave of the hand.

If we went back in time and said to the conspiracists, "Okay, over the next half century we'll have all of these investigations, government and media, millions of pages of documents released, historians and reporters looking into the matter, would you accept that judgment?", they would agree to it.

But here we are and it's still not enough.

If we mention, for example, Robert Caro finding - after 25 years of study! - no involvement by LBJ we just get a wave of the hand.

Here, give 'em the finger

« Last Edit: November 05, 2021, 05:01:48 AM by Bill Chapman »

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Re: Craziest Assembly of CTers in Dealey Plaza of all Time
« Reply #29 on: November 06, 2021, 12:42:15 AM »
I think the "huge list" is something you dreamed up and just attributed to "CT-ers".  What exactly is this huge list and where did you get it?

If you were right, CTers on this forum would step up and say “Here is what I believe”. Her is my small list of what the conspirators did. Their failure (except for Dan O’meara) to do this is best explained if such lists, if explicitly laid out, would be too large to be credible.

 

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