Sorry this is a little late. Class and other projects are impinging on my alone time with wackjobbies. Also, I was hypnotized by a certain item on eBay. Yum. Nonetheless, there was some noteworthy craziness this week, so let’s get to it.
- The militia movement is not what it used to be, says one deeply unfunny opinionator.
- Any article that begins, “We’re all aware that Princess Diana was murdered in an occult ritual performed on the gullible world’s stage,” is going to end up in my weekly list of weird, but this one also happens to have the craziest photo caption I’ve ever seen. Someone has been getting into Vigilant Citizen’s catnip, I see.
- UFOlogy: No provenance? No problem! Guy analyzes stuff, makes Roswell claim.
- Who said that feminism has no place in religion? “Satanist Insider: The Antichrist will be a Woman.”
- Thanks a fuck-ton, CIA, for faking a vaccine drive to get near bin Laden. The only possible upshot is that they are operating in parts of the world where the people already believe that vaccines are a Western conspiracy designed to sterilize Muslims.
- Tea Party: “Jesus Hates Manatees.”
- Andy Couson, the original whistleblower for the current incarnation for the News of the World scandal is dead. No need to link to anything. It’s going to be all sorts of crazy, you just know, because there are no coincidences.
- Obama is going to fagify the chillin, says David Noebel.
- Russia Today has reported that Libya is the first step toward the conquest of Africa. Really. Wanna see some scary shit? Read the comments on the youtube page.
- 7/7 was a government conspiracy, says former police guy. Of course it was. He lost his job after he refused to have a psychiatric evaluation. Yes, if you believe this stuff, you are that weird.
- Some people in Pakistan actually believe that Google+ is not a Jewish plot. That’s the news really, not what you read here.
- When UFO Digest thinks you are way out there, you should be sized for a straitjacket immediately. Not “disinfo,” pal. “Sensationalist twaddle.”
- Birthers still exist.
- I heard that Jesse Ventura had “threatened” to leave the country over TSA scanners and pat downs at this press conference. “Promised and signed a legally binding document” would have been better.
- Why is time speeding up? Yep. That’s not a typo. Answer? Pulses. Also, how would you know? Think about it…
- Is Rupert Murdoch really the one in control? He must be. He’s on the TV this week! BTW, I was on the BBC World Service alongside Gordon Duff a few months ago.
- A military plane and controlled demolition. At this point, sure. Why not?
- “911Truth Hard Choices: Do I want to be an Ignorant, an Idiot, Criminal or a Fascist? Or just Blind?” Clearly the author has chosen “idiot.”
- Arrests, controversy in Dealey Plaza.
- The UFO connection to the Federal Reserve. How did Blue Gal end up on this guy’s banner? Fraaaaaaaaaan!
- “Meteotsunami! Warning From Space: British Tsunami Caused by Meteor Suspect Scientists.” That’s the headline. But the root of “meteo” in the word meteotsunami is not related to meteors, rather to meteorology, atmospheric disturbances such as air pressure. And the article makes that clear! Reading comprehension people! Such an important skill! Jeez.
Conspiracy Theory of the Week:
- Not knowing how irony works, 9/11 Truth parodist portrays movement as a bunch of Nazis: