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He's either nutty or being "out there" to garner attention.
Wed Dec 6, 2017 12:39pm

Nothing says a guy can't be intelligent and somewhat nutty. People have behaved in a bizarre manner to attract attention. Attention to promote their own celebrity.

No I'm not saying he's an Alex Jones. He does seem to share some similar "conspiracy theorist" traits.

From Wikipedia:

Promotion of conspiracy theories[edit]

September 11, 2001 attacks[edit]

Of the 9/11 Commission Report, he wrote in 2006, "One would think that if the report could stand analysis, there would not be a taboo against calling attention to the inadequacy of its explanations."[53] (See Criticisms of the 9/11 Commission Report.) He has asserted there is a large "energy deficit" in the official account of the collapse of the three WTC buildings, and this deficit remains unexplained.[54]

In November 2012 Roberts referred to al Qaeda's role in the attack as "unsubstantiated."[55]

Roberts has also stated:[56]

"Anyone who believes the official 9/11 story, like anyone who believes Oswald killed JFK, like anyone who still believes that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and Al-Qaeda connections, that Assad used chemical weapons, who believes the Gulf of Tonkin lie, who believes that Sirhan Sirhan killed RFK, that Russia invaded Ukraine, etc., is too far gone to ever be rescued from The Matrix in which they live."

2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School attack[edit]

In March, 2016, Roberts published an article claiming that many pictures associated with the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting were "doctored." He further claimed that he was unable to determine if the shootings had actually taken place or not.[57]

2013 Boston Marathon bombings[edit]

Following the Boston Marathon bombing, Roberts stated that the law enforcement response to the bombing, which locked down a portion of a city, was a prelude to the imposition of martial law.[58]

In 2015 and 2016, Roberts revisited the topic, claiming Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was given a show trial.[59][60]

Roberts repeated the conspiracy theory in a column published four years after the bombing.[61]

2015 Charlie Hebdo attack[edit]

In a column for the Ron Paul Institute, Roberts said that the U.S. government executed the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris to punish France for its independent foreign policy. In particular, Roberts cited France's vote to recognize Palestine as a state at the United Nations and French President Hollande’s call to ease sanctions on Russia.[45][62][62]

2016 Orlando attack[edit]
Roberts has questioned the official account of the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting, stating that "the visual evidence does not match the verbal reports".[63]

He has said that the lack of body bags, security footage, and general primary sources, should warrant suspicion in regards to the authenticity of the official account for the attack.[64]

He suggested that this attack might be a false flag operation, conducted for increased public approval for–and eventually, the implementation of–gun control.[65][66]

  • Is your unhinged inference ~ PH😳😳EY, Wed Dec 6 10:41am
    to Alex Jones' meltdown some kind of metaphor for Paul Craig Roberts? Do you have some special salacious knowledge that seeks to denigrate one simple article he wrote and I posted here? Get real. And ... more
    • He's either nutty or being "out there" to garner attention. ~ TW, Wed Dec 6 12:39pm
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