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I don't like the overuse of

I don't like the overuse of Occam's Razor by "skeptics"(of which I generally include myself). Occam's Razor or the principle of parsimony IS not a law in science, but rather used to determine the simplest explanation given all the available facts. Not every event is brought about by the most likely causes, some are caused by highly unlikely causes - especially as it relates to human activities.

Conspiracy is such a loaded term. Why not revisionist history? Why not alternate theory? The term conspiracy ends the dialogue.

And believe me, if you read this series of books you'll definitely gain a new perspective on things.

-The Best Enemies Money Can Buy - Antony Sutton
-Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution - Antony Sutton
-Wall Street and FDR - Antony Sutton
-Wall Street and The Rise of the Third Reich - Antony Sutton
-Tragedy and Hope - Carrol Quigley
-Anglo-American Establishment - Carrol Quigley
-America's Secret Establishment - Antony Sutton
-The Grand Chessboard - Zbigniew Brzezinski

and so on...

"My theories explain, but cannot slow the decline of a great civilization. I set out to be a reformer, but only became the historian of decline."
- Ludwig Von Mises