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In Defence of Conspiracy Theories

with examples from Irish and International History and Politics

A book by Brian Nugent ISBN 9780955681226
October 2008

Contents

1. In Defence of Conspiracy Theories..................................5
Modern Mé Féin Culture.................................................................5
Media response to Whistleblowers................................................20
Police response to Whistleblowers................................................29
Technology...................................................................................36
Secret Societies.............................................................................40
Underestimating the Complexity of Politics...................................44
The pervasive influence of the modern mass media.......................56
2. The 1641 Rebellion........................................................81
Conspiratorial Pattern of the Confederate Wars in Ireland. ...........90
Deliberate Manipulation of the Historical Record..........................92
Glossary.......................................................................................95
3. Were most of the Irish leaders of the 1919-21 War really
British agents? A different perspective.........................116
4. Secret Societies in Ireland............................................161
5. Satanic Ritual Abuse and the Case of Sarah Bland.......175
6. Did Wayne O'Donoghue really kill Robert Holohan?...199
Hypnosis and Trauma, Mind Manipulation Technology...............206
7. Russia in the crosshairs................................................217
8. Is Martin McGuinness a British Agent?.......................236
Further thoughts in the light of more intelligence leaks................241
9. Crisis and Corruption in the Catholic Church...............251
10.Irish Immigration, a state or EU conspiracy?...............274
11.How to create a Value System in a population to make
Political Control easier.................................................285
Hospitality as one example of an element in a Value System.......285
Stripping out Traditional Values..................................................286
Implanting Subservient Values....................................................293
Necessity to crush the sense of history ........................................301
The Open War of Ideas...............................................................303
Public Policy set by a small clique worldwide.............................307

Preface

This is a book compiled from various articles, most of them hosted at indymedia.ie whom I'd like to thank, on the general subject of conspiracy theories. In some ways its probably not a particularly useful categorisation but it seems to be applied to virtually every case of involved or complicated state corruption in modern times and hence seems to apply to all these articles. I apologise that I use an internet writing style that is a lot different to normal academic styles but hopefully the points raised are clear enough. Similarly I hope too that I will be forgiven for using standard internet abbreviations like afaik – as far as I know, lol and :-) – lots of laughter, and imho – in my humble opinion.

I'd like to thank my family and all the research institutions and libraries that I used, which I list in the book 'Shakespeare is Irish', and many many thanks also to the many commentators that contributed to indymedia. This would get like the Oscars if I was to list them all :-), but I beg forgiveness from those that I have left out and plead lack of space, memory, sheer exhaustion after proof reading this book (and yes I know there are no doubt still piles of errors, they'll just have to do!lol) etc etc. I hope too that the many victims of the groups listed in these pages will take heart and one day see better days.

Brian Nugent B.A.(Hons)
Co.Meath
26 March 2008

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