Or at the very least plausible theories. If they do not then yes these opinions lose respectability and unfortunately some of that will rub off on others in the Liberty movement who do not support these views.
I personally do think there are questions to be asked about 9/11, not that I think it is an inside job so much as there are inconsistencies with the official version and if frustrates me that any people who want to discuss this issue are shouted down.
But the main problem I have with people constantly talking about conspiricy theories is that it distracts us from the main task of regaining our liberty so that we can use free speech to reveal cover ups.
Once we have liberty then revealing conspiricy theories will be much easier but if we try to reveal them beforehand then our movement will be met with more resistance than it would otherwise by those with the most to lose.
Lord Acton, Lord Chief Justice of England, 1875 - "The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the People v. The Banks."
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