Re: Theos-World Re: Is thought real?
Apr 01, 2002 05:30 PM
by Steve Stubbs
--- bri_mue <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The Frightening Fraud, by Thierry Meyssan, sold out
> its original run of
> 20,000 copies within two hours of going on sale.
> "We've sold 2,500
> copies in 10 days, when a blockbuster novel sells
> maybe 1,500 in a
> month," a spokesman at Fnac Les Halles, one of
> France's biggest
> bookshops, said. "It's a phenomenon."
> Mr Meyssan's conspiracy theory argues that American
> Airlines flight 77,
> which killed 189 people when it smashed into the
> headquarters of the
> US defence department, did not exist, and that the
> whole disaster was a
> dastardly plot dreamed up and implemented by the US
The French claim they are intellectually superior to
everyone else on the planet. Until now we have seen
no evidence of the validity of that claim, but the
fact that this book and others on about the same level
sell so well appears to constitute the missing proof.
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