Although I am a steadfast believer in a young, spherical, six-day created earth, I am convinced of the truth of geocentricism, and I have tolerated your stand against it. After reading this article, however, and the implication that ALL at CMI reject conspiracy theorising, it is with regret that I will unsubscribe to CMI.
My almost 50 years’ experience of world travel and living and working in various countries has brought me into contact with people who have had first-hand knowledge of the Illuminati and its global control, the reality of many media hoaxes, such as the fake moon landing, the duping of hundreds in the employ of NASA, the US’ hand in the World Trade centre bombing, bogus diseases (along with the sometimes-lethal dangers of vaccinations) and climate change scares. Some of these your article debunks and seems to regard those who are aware or suspect of them as gullible, uninformed conspiracy theorists’.
I thought it odd that in your issue about the typically suspect National Geographic article The War on Science’, you only took exception to its stand on evolution, when the fact that they targeted some of these other issues should have called their very stand regarding them into question.
While I have tolerated your apparent scepticism regarding N. D. E.’s, the dangers of vaccinations, reducing the portent of comets to superstition and dirty snowballs’, etc, this article seals my unsubscribing and, to paraphrase the Apostle Paul, henceforth I go to the gentiles!’