This week saw the beginning of the end. It’s all coming together now. If you can believe it, it’s even more sensational than the previous week, which I misidentified as the climax of history. That’s this current week. Yes. For sure this time. I know this because it was announced on Twitter that today, March 6, is the beginning of the world uprising.
- O noes! De Waffschilds is makkin de revolushinz in de Muswim landz!
- Jones and Beck together in Rolling Stone.
- Former toilet importer almost quotes Shakespeare on chemtrails.
- Birther legislation introduced in Iowa.
- Oh, birther legislation introduced in Georgia too. (It seems that it is losing support.)
- Sovereign Citizen arrests are on the rise in Atlanta. SC’s don’t think that the law applies to them generally.
- Headline of the Week: “Charlie Sheen: Stoned, Crazy, or Jesuit?”
- Was Gaddafi a fall guy for CIA drug running in Locherbie?
- Is the military weaponizing prion diseases to turn us into zombies?
- At minute 4:30, China reports that Earth is now Tatooine. Seriously, you just need to see it. Clearly it is a weather report.
- Silly people! 2012 won’t be caused by Nibaru. Obviously it’s going to be caused by earth expanding.
- Oh, speaking of Nibarunians, “flesh eating sodomite giants” found in Peruvian history.
- Special Ben has clearly not read Brian Mackey’s awesome slapdown of David Ray Griffin. I’m working through it right now, and he makes technical details of the WTC collapses accessible. JPL engineers are rock stars. That is all.
- It occurs to me that the people who think that people cannot possibly be responsible for modern technology, attributing it to aliens (what they came here to give us Teflon?), might as well be saying, “It’s magic. Can’t explain it. Magic.”
- Female cat alien detected on Siberian radar. (My god, I have such a strange blog.)
- Iran decries the 2012 London Olympics logo as “Zionist.” Please visit this link at your own risk: It’s HuffPo.
- Weird-ass Arkansan claims that Obama was raised in Kenya. I’ve seen this described as “Birtherism light.”
- Canada Free Press suggests that Obama will declare the Constitution unconstitutional. I’ll let you think about that for a minute.
- Here’s an interesting insight into how someone who might otherwise be skeptical can start formulating what they do not understand into a conspiracy theory.
- The Conservative Examiner reports that Obama is appointing members of the Muslim Brotherhood to key posts. And they wonder why grade school newspaper editors point at them and call them “doodie-heads.”
Conspiracy Theory of the Week:
I’m not enamored with the judgment of The View’s producers putting Alex Jones on, so I am going to air an oldie but goodie, Alex Jones getting slapped around by…some guy: