I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce to you a new series of articles being written by a fellow blogger. His name is Muertos and he’s one of the most rational thinkers i have come across.
When you get a chance, click the link (below) to his blog and feed your brain some great information!
Mason I. Bilderberg
Posted on July 3, 2012 by muertos:
This story is going to be a history of my experiences with conspiracy theories, including the time when I used to believe them myself. I’ll explain what got me into them, why they fascinated me, and eventually why I became a debunker. I have a very strange and complicated relationship with debunking. Sometimes I love it and look forward to it; at other times it’s something I hate and want to be finished with forever. Therefore, this piece is a very personal journey.
Keep Reading: Confessions of a Disinformation Agent: Introduction and Chapter I. | Muertos’s Blog.
I’ll be adding this site to my links section. What a treasure trove of information at this website!! This will help arm your debunking skills:
JFK, Oliver Stone’s controversial movie on the murder of President John F. Kennedy, championed the assassination probe of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, and accused elements of the federal government of conspiracy in JFK’s death.
But whether one believes that a conspiracy took the President’s life or not, how trustworthy and accurate is the information presented in Stone’s film?
The JFK 100 details one hundred of the most egregious errors in Stone’s film, presented roughly in order of appearance: 100 Errors of Fact and Judgment in Oliver Stone’s JFK.
From the same website: JFK Assassination Resources Online