This thread violates babble's anti-imperialist policy, so I'm closing it. Any future threads which entertain the conspiracy theory that the Arab nations were not responsible for their own insurrections and popular uprisings will be closed as well.
Why are we accusing American dissident Webster Tarpley of being a conspiracy theorist? He's simply expressing an opinion and critical of the empire's long-time imperialist maneuvering in John Foster Dulles' "Middle East".
Tarpley is an anti-imperialist:
Since March, 2006, Tarpley has had a weekly online talk radio show called World Crisis Radio, currently hosted on GCNLive.com. Tarpley is a member of the "world anti-imperialist conference" Axis for Peace, of Scholars for 9/11 Truth and of a research Netzwerk of German 9/11 authors founded in September 2006. He is featured in the film, Zero: an investigation into 9/11 (2007-2008).
Tarpley is a critic of the Dalai Lama; in 2010 he told the state-funded Russia Today that "pre-1959 Tibet ... was probably the closest thing to hell on earth that you had ... social reform was impossible." In the interview he criticizes US funding of pro-Dalai Lama organizations, which he says amounts to US$2 million per year, saying "this is a bad deal for the American taxpayers."
Tarpley guilty of peacemongering?
Scholars for 9/11 Truth dangerous dissidents?
Is it really conspiratorial to post anti-imperialist material on an anti-imperialist social forum?
Or is this just your run o' the mill, thinly veiled crackdown on unAmerican activities? Net nannies to the rescue, or babble minders steering us away from being far too anti-imperialist for someone's liking?
Perhaps babblers should start their own Otpor putsch to remove these dictatorial minders from mini power instructing us on what we will and will not discuss under their watchful eyes.