9/11 Conspiracy Theories

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Today the conspiracy theories are prevalent however what conspiracy theories are? Conspiracy theories are statements that make peculiar interpretations of historical or contemporary events, often implying an open analysis of events as deliberate deception. Conspiracy theories usually lack evidence, and absurd logic is the basis of many rumors. So conspiracy theories were created by suspicion. In the mode world, conspiracy theories are everywhere for instance on September 11, 2001, when terrorists hijacked planes to hit the world trade center. From that moment on, the whole of the twenty-first Century was rewritten. Many American scholars in opposition to the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq at the same time, put forward a new point of view, the 9.11 event is directed by Bush administration. A poll conducted in the United States in 2003 showed that more than 70% of people did not believe that a gunman killed President Kennedy. Some of them think the moon landing never happened but performed in a Hollywood studio. However, the conspiracy theories always caught in the media. In the world of celebrities, from talented actors, singers, directors, and even the country’s princess the conspiracy still make …show more content…
Princess Diana died on August 31, 1997, after a car accident in Paris. After she left the Ritz Hotel, she was driving at high speed. The vehicle hit the tunnel on the Alma bridge under the pillar. However, her bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones was survived. Many people don't believe it's an accident. It is hard to believe that such an extraordinary woman could die from such an ordinary woman. Millions of people believe that the crash was a conspiracy. One of the conspiracy theories is her family ordered Diane's death. The theory comes from Diana's pregnant, and that’s Dodi child. The royal family cannot afford the inevitable scandal, so her family order to kill her. Until today still, have many people are talking about her

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