This Week in Conspiracy (29 April 2012)

It was a good week at Casa Blaskiewicz. Unexpected goodness of all types. On the other hand, I also had to watch Ancient Aliens for a guest post at another site. (TBA) Sort of a wash, really.

When I have something official, I’ll mention it here. Heheh.

Anyway, I imagine it was quite another week in the conspiracy-o-sphere. Not a lot going on, but let’s have at it.

“The goal of every person I knew during my formative years with a desire to succeed was to one day hold in their hands an official looking embossed document announcing their ascension to the ranks of the intellectually anointed.  I was never so keen on the idea.” [No shit.]

TWIT OF THE WEEK

Twit of the week is @SheepHunter, who totally lost his sh*t this week:

IM FUCKING BORED SICK REPOSTING STUFF SERUCHING STUFF UP BUSTING MY ASS FOR PEOPLE DONT CARE OR HAVE NO INTREST WHAT HAPPINS TO THEM OR THERE FAM BRING IT ON LETS GET IT OVER WITH WE NEED TO BE FREE ONCE AGAIN NO AGENDA21 OR GMO OR CEM TRAILS FEAR ASPERTINE FLURIED WHATER
Decaf, bro. And a dictionary. The runner up was Adam Kokesh:

I’m a professional fucktard. Cursing is my bread & butter. (@YouTube http://t.co/EYErJVsM) — Adam Kokesh (@adamkokesh)

Well, that’s it. I have not been moved to crown a conspiracy theory of the week. But surely something wacky will pop up next week!

RJB

6 Responses to This Week in Conspiracy (29 April 2012)

  1. Bradley A. Skene says:

    the 2012=Zion website tried to download something unpleasant onto my computer; you might want to kill that link.

  2. Pacal says:

    Mr. Phelps needs a crash course in history. His website is full of idiotic woo. for example:

    “In speaking with an older Russian man just this last weekend, Gregori told me he had known for the last forty years that America and Great Britain aided the Bolsheviks in overthrowing both the Russian Czar and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch.”

    Of course there is no evidence that America which was in the war in March of 1917 was interested in overthrowing the Tsar. I’m wondering how America and Great Britain produced the bread shortages that triggered the food riots that turned into revolution in 1917 in Petrograd? Or for that matter how Britain and America “caused” the incompetence of the Tsarist regime and its very bad conducting of the war?

    Oh and our writter makes several rather elementary errors about the Russian Orthodox church. First the Bolsheviks did not overthrow the Russian Orthodox church. Second the Russian Orthodox church had been under rather tight state control for centuries under the Tsar. Third it wasn’t until after the Bolshevik revolution that the head of the Russian Orthodox church adopted the title of Patriarch. This was a revival of a old title that had been abolished centuries earlier when the Tsarist regime took tight control over the Orthodox church. Oh and the new Partiarch was not overthrown but “reigned” until he died of natural causes much harrassed / persecuted by the Bolsheviks.

    Oh and get a load of this passage:

    “Yes, the pope’s De Facto “Holy Roman” Fourteenth Amendment, Socialist-Communist, Cartel-Capitalist, pro-Socialist-Fascist, pro-Labor Zionist, pro-Wahabbi/Sunni Islam, American Empire has been the hammer of the Jesuit papacy for the last one hundred years. All nations must be submitted to the pope’s Temporal Power or perish. All nationalists must convert to Jesuitical internationalism/cosmopolitanism or die at the hands of either the Order’s communists or the Order’s fascists.”

    I nominate this for unhinged lunatic rant of the week.

    • Ken says:

      I’m wondering how America and Great Britain produced the bread shortages that triggered the food riots that turned into revolution in 1917 in Petrograd?

      Obviously it was when they persuaded their ally Turkey to blockade the Dardanelles to Russian shipping. Oh, wait… hmm, that is a stumper. I guess this is a case of that old proverb, “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to take it again next semester.”

    • Bob says:

      I met Phelps a year ago or so. He was quite concerned about the Jesuits and the little old men who run the world. (shrug)

  3. Bob says:

    I should note that AE911 is being disingenuous about including the Atlanta event. I was there, and it was completely populated by Truthers, not religious outreach at all.

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