Myanmar Cyclone Kills 22,000 - Truth? ~ Party Political

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Myanmar Cyclone Kills 22,000 - Truth?

I saw the title of an article on Yahoo talking about how a storm killed 22,000 people in Myanmar. I didn't read the article. But I did have a thought.

What if someone nuked a city? And the cyclone story is a cover-up?

The reason my mind went into conspiracy-land was because there was an episode of Smallville on recently showcasing government lies. Clark Kent was experiencing an earth in which he'd never existed, where Lex had become President.

Lex Luthor told America that an enemy was launching nukes at us, so we had to retaliate. But no such enemy action had occurred. It was a sham, a lie in order to justify a preemptive strike by the U.S. against the enemy.

And with other stories like "Wag the Dog," it makes me wonder how much of "the truth" in the news we take for granted.

Honestly though, I figure the cyclone in Myanmar really did occur. I'd rather believe in the news than not. For all I know one of you reading this had firsthand experience with the horrific storm. I don't mean to offend.

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