BAM! Finished another article and sent it off tonight. What next? I could watch Puppy Bowl reruns….Aw shucks, let’s do a conspiracy theory round-up!
- Orly Taitz gets smacked down–again–this time in Georgia. Here’s the judge’s decision. What was it that Intel Hub said two weeks ago? “POTUS Gets a Failure to Appear – 100 Times Bigger than Watergate,” I think it was. *facepalm* I know I’d get tired of being wrong after a while. If that ever happened. HA!
- Lizard-sniffer-outer David Icke is making friends with the Zionist Rothchilds.
- Is Barrak Obama really the clone of Akhnaten? (Conspiracy theory of the week contender for sure.)
- Remember that tsunami that knocked out the Fukushima reactor? Turns out actually it was Israeli nukes. Or possibly Jews using Stuxnet, the virus that was designed to apparently take out specific hardware in Iran. Not that tsunami that drowned the plant. Jews.
- The case for the alien agenda. If we are being controlled by aliens, rest assured that I have already betrayed the human race.
- Chris Pinto, who you may remember is scared of Jesuits, says, “[...] conspiracy theories have little or no value unless they glorify God, and demonstrate the fulfillment of Bible prophecy.”
- GET OFF MY LAWN, DAGNABBED ILLUMINATI!:
- ATS finally clears things up: the ancient aliens were actually time travelers.
- Wow. 8 hours of 9/11 with Bill Cooper, as it happened. I mean, I’m not going to sit through all of it, but, it’s a moment in conspiracy theory history.
- You know how the gummint has it out to crush unpasteurized milk with FASCISM?! [sic]. There are numerous reasons that food products are regulated, and one of them is Campylobacter, which has made 37 people sick in 4 states. Campyobacter can kill people with compromised immune systems. Or you can embrace the crazy and invoke the Bible in your defense of raw milk, which, of course kills immunodeficient Christians too.
- Man, the Jesuits bomb a lot of boats, it seems. This time it is going to be the USS Enterprise and be done to provoke war with Iran.
- Girls sucked kicking and screaming into alternate universe.
- Alex Jones’s site reports that “Big Evidence” forms a lobby group to keep atl med from being taught in universities. Good.
- What do Warren Buffet, Dakota Fanning and Lady Gaga have in common?
- On the heels of last week’s announcement that conspiracy theorists can embrace multiple, mutually exclusive conspiracy scenarios at once come three different JFK conspiracy theories at the Intel Hub. Was it LBJ? Was it the monkey-polio-cancer-virus people? Was it…some guy’s dad? It doesn’t matter, as long as it’s not the official story.
- An evangelist says that this is the year that endtimes prophecy will be fulfilled. It sounds like the type of thing a “Clontz” would write.
- Joe and Rosie, talking about things they don’t understand.
- The FDA is mercilessly regulating medical treatments. Or as Blacklisted News and the Alliance for Natural Health report it: “FDA’s New Claim: Your Body is a Drug and We Have the Authority to Regulate it!“
- Who is stopping Ron Paul from winning. I know, I thought it was Ron Paul and his crazy ideas, but apparently it is the Zionists.
- Fluoride, the weirdest, most durable conspiracy theory, still weird, seems enduringly durable.
- Amy Winehouse’s coroner resigns; is news for some reason.
- Salon wonders if we need a sort of Ministry of Truth for the Internet to counter brain-and society- damaging misinformation like anti-vax and climate change denialism. I will happily be Big Brother.
- Tapes of conversations between Air Force One and Washington on date of Kennedy’s assassination released.
- Why does the government want you to keep you from eating horse meat? Also, why has the ban on horse meat been lifted (as of Nov. 2011)? EXPLAIN THAT!
- Mysterious Crop Circle Code Finally Cracked: “Be Sure to Drink Your Ovaltine.” There was another post related to reading crop circles titled, “Did Carl Sagan know something?” To which the answers is, yes, he knew a lot of things, I think you’ll find.
- Some of Ron Paul’s supporters in Georgia have started a new MeetUp, but all I see is that Paul is allowing that baby to desecrate an American flag.
Conspiracy Theory of the Week: Ron Paul Edition
First, an irony of epic proportions. It turns out Ron Paul’s biggest donor is a Bilderberger.
Also, and I know I posted this earlier, but I love, freaking LOVE, this video at the Georgia Guidestones by a Ron Paul supporter/conspiracy theorist. Make sure you watch until after the wind dies down, because, wow, there is some profound linguistic analysis.
Conspiracy is so much fun!
Anyway, I have a couple of reviews in the pipeline, so stay tuned. Keep it classy, Internet!