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another definition of Conspiracy Theory

Discussion in 'Conspiracy Debates' started by Onion Eater, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. Onion Eater

    Onion Eater Member

    Jun 28, 2008
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    USMC the Almighty recently posted a definition of conspiracy theory that is locked for some reason. However, I just want to comment that Victor Aguilar has also defined this term in his Devil's Dictionary of Economics.

    Visit www.axiomaticeconomics.com/devils_dictionary.php and type "conspiracy" into the search engine.
  2. Pickles

    Pickles New Member

    Jul 5, 2008
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    Ha! Ha! Ha! That sounds like a "conspiracy theory" that we can all believe in.

    On a serious note, Aguilar has rebutted two real conspiracy theorists: Mike Montagne (Mathematically Perfected Economy) and Richard Cook (Monetary Reform aka Social Credit).

    The Montagne rebuttal is at www.axiomaticeconomics.com/perfected_economy.php

    The Cook rebuttal is at www.axiomaticeconomics.com/cook.php

    Montagne has been on www.dailypaul.com for months and has gotten a sympathetic hearing. That seems surprising since the Daily Paul is supposed to be libertarian and (at least according to Aguilar) Montagne is a socialist.

    I would be interested in hearing what people on this forum think. I've been on the Daily Paul off-and-on for some time and I get the impression that they lack leadership. A lot of people there are very enthusiastic about Ron Paul, but they don't seem to be too clear about actual policy prescriptions. It would be pretty funny if a socialist took the reins while their so-called leaders were snoozing.

    BTW: Hi! This is my first post here. I am a Paulite, though I've reluctantly come to the conclusion that his chances of overtaking McCain are getting a tad slim. Oh well.

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