The Hipster Racist expounds on Ranier Von Kook’s new book (I have purchased one, awaiting its delivery) discussing the dichotomy of “conspiracy theories” found in proper forums compared to people like me.
Official stories are conspiracy theories issued by Big Brother which are embraced, but unbelievable, yet conspiracy theories by real conspiracy theorists are shunned while totally believable.
In preparing for an eventual book review, I’ve been reading fellow Aryan Skynet author Ranier Von Kook’s Magnum Opus, “The Protocols of the Elders of Zanuk: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies,” a sprawling and comprehensive history of of the movie business. At 500 plus pages, complete with extensive footnotes, I’ve only been skimming various parts and especially a entire chapter devoted to supposed “predictions” of the 9/11 attacks “hidden” – or not so hidden – in various Hollywood movies going back to the late 1970s.
A textbook example of a “conspiracy theory” the idea has a certain resonance with a couple of recent articles in White Nationalist publication Counter-Currents. First, a review of television mini-series “Waco” about the FBI raid on the Branch Davidian compound in 1993, coincidentally happening at precisely the same time as the first terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The attack on…
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