>You call it a "conspiracy theory". Was it a conspiracy theory in 1927 when
>this is exactly what New Orleans did? Or again in 1965, same thing?
As I understand it, the local authorities announced beforehand that the
levees would be dynamited in 1927 and in 1965. This was no secret. The
victims were poor people, not huge multinational corporations.
>I agree this has not yet been examined fully, but when it turns out to be
>true will you still call it a "conspiracy theory"?
It depends on how you define "true". There are a lot of screwballs out
there who think that it is true that the government had foreknowledge that
hijacked planes would crash into the WTC and the Pentagon on 9/11. I
wouldn't waste time trying to convince them otherwise. This is a field that
is both self-sustaining and not subject to rational debate.