Those of you familiar with Common Sense Conspiracy’s mission statement understand why we detest certain conspiracy theory vehicles online. Alex Jones’ Prison Planet has long drawn our ire, but only a few elite sites actually earn our award of a true, emphatic blacklist. Pak Alert Press has come on our radar as of late, and we have never seen a site more enthusiastic to report meaningless news with absolutely no facts to back it up.
Meander on over…we will provide the link. Just today, you will see a fascinating onslaught of articles that entice you to click. A great example of what we are talking about is the article that talks about $9 trillion missing from the Fed. It’s a fascinating headline. Click on it, and you’ll find a mere two-sentence paragraph that restates the title, followed by no factual information whatsoever. A few cartoonish pictures are tossed in for dramatic effect. Just up from that is an article encouraging Americans to rally together and arrest President Barack Obama for “false-flag operations” before another war is started. The resulting article, after you click, consists of two paragraphs that restate the title and refer to World War I and II as something Americans fought to gain the freedoms to guard against this very behavior. And yet, not one shred of factual evidence is given, not even as much as a reference or link.
Another article urges us to “Stop the Money Junkies Before They Start World War III.” A simple click reveals an article of two paragraphs that doesn’t even have anything to do with the title’s subject matter.
Common Sense Conspiracy exists to help people be informed without being subjected to this sort of abuse. We will continue to monitor Pak Alert Press and report stories that have factual evidence to back them up. We hope that our loyal readers will stay tuned to where they know they can get the real dirt without the bullshit.