Entry: secret societies Monday, December 08, 2003

Horrah. CNN is going to have a report tonight at 7 PM ET on secret societies.

Transcript should be available online. Get it.

Their meetings are shrouded in secrecy, and outsiders are strictly prohibited. What are they hiding? Don't miss our special series as we take a glimpse inside "Secret Societies." Tune in all this week at 7 p.m. ET.


Dan Brown

The disinfo site is comprehensive on that topic.

in defense of conspiracy theories An Introduction to the World of Conspiracy Theories
for the Mainstream American

by Craig DiLouie (cdilouie@zinginc.com) - November 29, 2001

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Joseph Farah wrote an article about the Bilderbergs a few months ago.

OK back in May.

World government in action
Posted: May 16, 2003

Do you believe in conspiracies?

Do you believe there are powerful people who conspire together annually to solidify their grip on world domination?

Do you believe all of this happens in secret, with the quiet complicity of the world media?

Well, I've got news for you. There really are conspiracies at work. There really are powerful people plotting world domination. And they really operate in near-total secrecy as the world press sits on its collective duff.

In fact, it's happening right now as you read this column.

Post: More on the Bilderbergs

SUre President Bush we trust you were told by God that your God is everybody's god. The same god.

At today's White House news briefing, WND asked presidential press secretary Scott McClellan about controversy surrounding Bush's recent comment that Christians and Muslims worship the same god, and Sen. John Kerry's profane remark about the president.

WND: Since the president is no doubt aware of the millions of his supporters in the Southern Baptist Convention and the National Evangelical Alliance, and given his statement in London that Christians and Muslims worship the same god, my question, what is his reaction to Richard Land of the Southern Baptist Convention who said the president is simply mistaken, and Merle Haggard of the NEA, who said Muhammad's central message was submission, Jesus' central message was love?

Geesh. http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=36013


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