nomagicbullets.org was the company name I created to produce my feature documentary, Conspiracy Theorists Lie (2015). Initially, it was my intention to produce other history-related documentaries under this same label, but I have decided for now to make this blog into a forum for debunking conspiracy nonsense and interpreting history. The material here may one day be incorporated into films, books, or other projects, as time permits. You can think of this as my public notebook, where I am working out the best ways to approach the subject of history, both real and fake. Please, feel free to send me your feedback on any of subjects I cover and how I choose to cover them.
For more about me, visit jamesklambert.com.
For more on the film that spawn this blog, keep reading.
Conspiracy Theorists Lie (2015)
Everyone has heard the story of President Kennedy’s assassination and most have been left feeling very confused. Conspiracy Theorists Lie is the story you haven’t heard; an in depth look at the half-century of lies created and perpetuated by conspiracy theorists to sell merchandise, gain attention, and advance nutty agendas. The film also features some of the funny and disturbing interactions that Director James K. Lambert had with conspiracists in Dealey Plaza during the 50th anniversary of JFK’s murder, in 2013. These conversations were sparked by an anti-conspiracy booklets Mr. Lambert was handing out (copy below).
Professional journalists and well educated people still treat the question of who killed JFK as if it were debatable, but it is not. The kind of paranoid thinking that allows people to believe it is possible to murder a president and cover it up for five decades is no better than believing that the Moon Landing and the Holocaust were faked, and it needs to be exposed as such. Conspiracy Theorists Lie is the first film to speak truth to nonsense and confront the poisonous nature of conspiracy theories head on.