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Arab conspiracy complex refuses to die

Reader comment on item: Princess Diana and Arab Conspiracy

Submitted by Vijay (Switzerland), Apr 7, 2008 at 18:59


In spite of 6 months of evidence of excrutiating details, and even more excrutiating allegations from Mohammed Al Fayed, that the British government and escpecially Price Phillip caused Diana's death by secret means, the jury has reached a verdict which most people of a common sense already knew - it was a case of a drunken driver without seat belts going at 120 mph.

But Al Fayed , after spending millions of ££££ is propping up his idiotic conspiracy theory, still continues to believe in his conspiracy theory.

From all this , it looks as though Arabs as a culture are ready for outlandish conspiracy theory - the purpose of these conspiracies is supposed to be the downfall of Islam amd Arabs. This is not merely due to the efforts of the dictatatorial middle-east governments in diverting the poeple's attention. If the father of a dead man can sincerely believe in a conspiracy theory contrarary to all evidence, it is no wonder Arab masses easily fall for such idiocies.


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