Oh, things are coming together. NATO in Chicago? Bilderbergers in Virginia? It can’t be a coincidence!
- This week in Ron Paul’s inevitable victorious and triumphant march to the White House, he pulled out, which makes this the saddest op ed I have ever read.
- From the Abbey Road photo-shoot, demonstrating that Paul was not dead and had only kicked off his sandals. Love it!
- Are American high officials issuing cryptic warnings based on Nostradamian predictions to Russia?
- Sheriff outfit owner Joe Arpaio, worst sheriff-outfit owner ever?
- A review of Iron Sky, which is about space Nazis.
- A plot against Hugo Chavez put forward…in a crossword puzzle? (This happens from time to time, that someone thinks that they see special meaning in coincidence. I think it happened a couple of times when codewords relevant to Operation Overlord happened into a cartoon. I’ll look that up when I get a chance and update.)
- Birtherism is alive and well. Also, Arizona is a horrible place run by total nuts. Take the announcement that the secretary of state there is asking for evidence from Hawaii that the President is not a foreigner. You, my friend, are a clown. It was also given new life in a statement by Obama’s literary agent in a 1991 pamphlet, which of course has the legal standing of a birth certificate. The best comment on this came from TV’s Frank:
- 9/11 claimed another victim this week, Donna Summer, who also had a premonition of the attacks.
- Definitive proof of vaccine-autism link or unbacked bald assertions? The standards of what counts as “definitive proof” should be kept high, people.
- Praying to the extraterrestrials to save us from our corrupt Earthling puppet-masters. This was new for me.
- A lot of liberty nuts like to scrutinize the laws governing international waters. Like this liberty nut, who says:
This Creature from the Ocean’s Floor, better known as the Law of the Sea Treaty, has been created and written specifically to undercut America’s sovereignty and move us towards global governance and a New World Order where the constitutional rights of the American people, our national sovereignty and the military power of the United States would be subordinated to the whims of a group of corrupt, unelected, third-world bureaucrats who have no interest in Freedom and Liberty.
- Hate groups are on the rise, reports ABC (and SPLC), as the country becomes more swarthy.
- Alex Jones got his own page on the ever-rational RationalWiki, and to commemorate this event, I’m going to give you an video of Alex screeching like a monkey, courtesy of the /r/conspiratard folks!
- FoxNews is spreading an anti-Soros, democratic-process-confidence-in-destroying conspiracy theory. This is in fact serious stuff that seems to be completely at odds with, you know, civilized life. Put up or shut, Fox. For realzies. And that goes for your multiple assertions that the President dealt drugs.
- How’s the war in Chicago going? You know, the one between NATO protestors (?) and the military? NATO seems a weird thing to protest. But it’s an even weirder thing to think that the overlap of the NATO meeting with the upcoming annular eclipse is deliberate, perhaps using the cover of sort-of-darkness to carry out a false flag attack. Or perhaps people are using the NATO meeting to air…other grievances, like economic grievances, or whatever Luke Rudkowski is mad about. Or whatever these guys were mad about. But at least the protestors can shatter NATO. Also, I should note that “agent provocateurs” has been a buzzword tagged to this story.
- AE911 is having a re-release party (?) for their Experts Speak Out video, and a tour. How’s that happening?
- A “FEMA death camp janitor” trolled Godlike Productions. That was a little amusing. But only a little. Speaking of death camps, it looks like any month now, they aren’t going to open and God will be given all the credit.
- A low-level Republican in Mississippi called for the death of homosexuals (using the Bible) on his facebook page.
- LIGHTNING GUN!
- Orion Talk Radio had a show about the “Raw Milk Freedom Riders,” which in no way shits on the Civil Rights Movement.
- DIA spokesperson (who I spoke to a couple of months ago) has hilarious job.
- Ah, Australia. They figured out the whole psychological warfare agenda behind the 2012 Olympics.
- This week, colleague Rachel Dean-Ruzicka, sent me the worst video ever, “The Kinsey Syndrome,” even though I’ve never done anything to her! It’s more than 2.5 hours of quivering insanity. Enjoy! Because I couldn’t!
- I don’t know what this is. Monsanto’s big secret. Somehow.
- The difference between conspiracy theory and political punditry is…often very slim.
- Vigilant Citizen analyzes the movie 2012. These are always fun. Spoiler: This is insane.
- Nut Cynthia McKinney running for high office again. Emphasis on the “high.”
UPDATE AGAIN! Ken has straightened me out on the “cartoon” I was looking for. This was another crossword puzzle, where words like “Omaha” and “Overlord” appeared. The story is here. In appreciation, I include a thank you specifically tailored to awesome Kens:
LAST UPDATE! I SWEAR: Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III pointed out that the authorities got concerned when Lex Luthor rolled out his own atomic bomb in the Superman series. Unfortunately, I do not have any fun MST3K videos about people named Bodsworth, so I will just have to send him my deep thanks! It’s a fun find from yesteryear!