You remember last time when I said that global events were coming to a head in the coming week? Boy, I sure was wrong because this week– THIS WEEK– represents the culmination of vast clandestine machinations.
- A deadly time vortex is reported to have opened up in the Antarctic. Some speculate that is is caused by the American government, and somehow manned drilling machines are involved, possible leading to the unearthing of an ancient lost technology…. Wait, wasn’t this an episode of Stargate?
- From Blitz: “World-wide revolution or new world order enslavement?” (Decisions, decisions.)
- My favorite paranoiac, VC from Vigilant Citizen, who apparently spends WAY more time watching Lady Gaga and Rihanna videos than can possibly be healthy, has started a new website, Secret Arcana.
- Remember how conspiracy theorists fapped themselves blind over the Japanese earthquake, tsunami and resulting Fukashima disaster? Well, they’re still at it. It’s not so much a news report as it is a list.
- Yes, Donald Trump is still beating his credibility against the Obama birth certificate conspiracy. That puts him up here with these…people. Of course, there is the forgotten Trig Palin conspiracy theory (warning, irritating advertising may provoke berserker rage).
- The FBI released files on UFOs in the last week, revealing a vast set of almost completely worthless second-hand anecdotal evidence.
- Salon did a little piece on World Net Daily, “The biggest dumbest wingnut site on the Web.” I happen to agree.
- By the way, Arizona, the world is watching you and you are making the other US states look bad. Luckily, the governor is not an unhinged whackjobbie.
- I have always been a fan of dadaism, complete with its sweeping gestures of questionable significance. This is probably why I like the following headline: “Cops Conspire With Baby-Killing Satanists, Claims Newt Gingrich Ally Pastor John Hagee“. Lovely quote from Matt Taibbi to start you off.
- In related news, hell froze over this week. (My CNN interview.)
Conspiracy Theory of the Week (or so):
- While not a conspiracy theory per se, Glenn Beck has lost his show on FOX. Jon Stewart delivers an epic send-off.