Isn't it against the Logan Act? (Buildyburgers).
Anyway as I live in the UK I apparently in a democracy and I dont want my elected officials going to this. Plus why would they even be invited? Just because they work in government? Most of them do not even hold relevant qualifications. They have little knowledge of the fields they essentially rule over. The only value they would have there is as authoritarians.
Like I said I was happy with the answer I got to the original thread question. What I am still a little upset about is how people use it as a derogotry term. Some things that seem debunked are not. Just because some of the facts are doesnt disprove the entire claim. Just some of the finer details. For example The Sandy Hook school may of been a real school after all but it does still seem strange that Adam Lanza killed, what like, 26 smaller targets often with several shots in like 10 minutes? No crime scene pictures of much CCTV. And then we are expected to believe the entire story just because some of the conspiracy theories details have been "debunked"?
A forum like this is needed and a good thing but claiming deeper Police investigations are not needed just because some conspiracy theory elements are wrong doesn't seem right.
Saying something "Seems strange" is one of the "tells" of a conspiracy theorist. As in "seems strange" no cameras captured the plane hitting the pentagon. Therefore must be a missile. Cameras did capture planes hitting the WTC, but it "seems strange" they did all that damage. Therefore we have the "dustification," "hologram," and "controlled demolition" "theories". Where do you stop? Seems strange my car had a flat tire this morning, it must be those gang stalkers "they" have on my tail? That can be the extreme, I've seen it.