In the aftermath of the Arab Spring uprisings, a number of people have come up with an interesting but very popular theory: that the current events in Syria and Egypt were engineered by elements of the United States and the Israeli Government to remove Colonel Gadaffi from power. If this is true, this could mean war between the United States and Israel. Many mainstream social media outlets are pushing this theory as being true, and even the normally hawkish George Bush has stated that he believes Gadaffi should be removed from power immediately. This would certainly cause an international incident, as the United States and its allies would be dealing with Iran, Syria, and Egypt all at once.
However, there is another side to the story, one that could potentially shake the foundations of the Middle East peace process and the security of the entire region. According to the latest report from the Associated Press, the Egyptian military recently conducted a secret operation to kill a high-level al Qaeda operative. The operation reportedly killed nine people, including the alleged al Qaeda leader. The fact that President Obama has already made statements on the attack makes this even more of a potential threat, as he seems intent on picking a fight with Iran and Syria over the escalating crisis in the Middle East.
Qanon Conspiracy Theory
While this may seem like a conspiracy theory, it isn’t the first one that’s been thrown around on the Internet. There are rumors that the September 11th Terrorist attacks were carried out by a group of Muslim Brotherhood supporters using viruses to spread across the Internet. There are also anonymous posters from countries like Tunisia and Libya that warn of impending terrorist attacks and ask their readers to help them find missing bloggers. All these theories are starting to sound a lot like what happened in April of 2021 when terrorists from Pakistan cut off communications to the outside world and began using the Internet to spread their message.
However, there are some real threats that have been issued against bloggers who cover the events of the Middle East. One of the latest is a possible Hezbollah attack on an airplane flying from Dubai to Beirut. This came after a blogger named Rita Katz was arrested for tweeting about an airplane strike on Israel. Apparently, she took part in a Twitter conversation in which she criticized the United States for not bombing Iran. The United States is one of the sponsors of the International Terrorist Organization, and Rita Katz is its spokesperson.
A Much Ado
Another possible Iran conspiracy theory is that the UAE and Qatar have provided training and weapons to Islamic radicals in Egypt. These groups may have used those weapons to attack civilians in civilian areas in Egypt. As a result, there has been a new wave of terror attacks in the area targeting mostly civilians in addition to the regular terrorist attacks that happen throughout Egypt. Some believe that the attack on the bloggers was an attempt to put the blame for these civilian deaths on Iran.
There is also a deep state conspiracy theory going around about how President Obama has tried to create a social media platform to bypass the typical channels of traditional media such as radio and television. The theory goes that he set up a secret chat room on a popular website to conduct government business with his administration’s cronies. It is believed that this is why he avoided reporters during his presidential campaign. One prominent conspiracy theorist states that former President George W. Bush was worried that Barack Obama would use this channel to communicate sensitive information.
There is also a deep state conspiracy theory about how the chemical used in the chlorine bleach that killed swimmers at the Marlin Beach State Beach in Massachusetts was tested on qanon supporters before the deadly chlorine gas spread. There were no signs of illness among the 100+ people who died, and only a small number of them showed symptoms. As a result, many of these victims have gone unnoticed. Others believe that the killers either ran off with the dead bodies or they purposely caused the deadly chlorine gas to disperse. This is the theory being pushed by the mainstream media that there was a massive pandemic of swine flu throughout the US.
Although there are many theories about what really happened at the oca, the truth is that the entire scenario is still under investigation. This is because none of the killers have been arrested or charged. The lone suspect, witnesses say, is a man who owns a carwash that hired the deceased swimmers. The owner of the carwash is being questioned by the authorities. Therefore, we will never really know for sure what took place at Theo ca until Carusone says something.