Well, I’ve done it again. I spent another week in the trenches, occasionally poking my head over the parapet, and taunting the forces of conspiracy theory.
On with the pain!
- So this week we saw the date 11/11/11, which only occurs once a century. Just like every other combination. So, the oddly-minded jumped on it. Take what happened at the pyramids at Giza, which had to be shut down because of lunacy. or the Internet, where finally the Illuminati revealed themselves.
- Vigilan Citizen never gets old. This week, Donatella Versace reveals that she is a Reptillian! Or there’s some mind control in an ad or something. Again, why? Also, the “Tutankhamun curse” was actually ritual murder carried out by Aleister Crowley.
- Former Senator Mike Gravel declared early this year that he wants another investigation. He cites the work of Architects and Engineers for 9/11. I’m not sure why people would think that this is important because he has no expertise.
- Oh, I’m probably on the radio right now in South Dakota. I was interviewed for the show Alive at 5 about 9/11 Trutherism. They identify me as working with the CSI, which is flattering but inaccurate. Oh, well. They let me prattle on for about 30 min. I’ll post a link if one goes up.
- Sharon Hill sent me a link to her Doubtful Newsblog, where she directed us to the interview with Chris French in the Independent.
- Hitler: even more interesting.
- This past week, the White House finally came clean on UFO disclosure: “We have no information about UFOs.” Stanton Friedman disagrees. Apparently, they only want to hear is the truth they want.
- Some guy also thinks that the White House is lying about the alien presence.
- Oh my god! The conspiracy is more widespread than I could possibly imagine. A Sheraton has (allegedly) blocked Alex Jones and other 4th-tier broadcasters.
- Mike Adams. Homeopathy. Conspiracy.
- Bob Lazar (this just came to my attention and is not new): The Space Shuttle program was a front for reverse engineering UFOs.
- Occupy chemtrails.
- Oh, and Ramtha has an opinion about the Occupy movement. Dumbest. Cult. Ever.
- I love David Icke’s book covers. There. I said it.
- Crooks and Liars sent one down their trouser leg on fracking and earthquakes.
- Brannon Howse and Chris Pinto panic over the Jesuits. The freaking Jesuits. Very quaint. (I’m working on an article about ye olde anti-Catholic conspiracy theories for Skeptical Inquirer or CSI website.) The Worldview Weekend Hour feels like it lasts a LOT longer. Also, Eric John Phelps uncovers a Jesuit-Illuminati terror plot at the London 2012 games.
- Could Barack Obama be the next Hermann Cain, only gay?
- Cars fart narcotics.
- Who blew up China’s Area 51?
- Hey! Our sun doubles as a Stargate, like in that Star Trek movie and those TV shows. Only in real life, it’s for moon-sized UFOs.
- Umberto Eco has a novel coming out, Prague Cemetery, that revolves around the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. I look forward to it.
- America is hooked on antipsychotics. Oddly, I got this Al-Jazeera item from Andrew Wakefield’s tweet-stream, who should be institutionalized.
- IAEA report on Iran is ‘False Flag,’ reports Iran.
- Krelnik of What’s the Harm sent me this about L. Ron Hubbard, and I HAVE to read the book. Or I would if Hubbard could write.
Twit of the Week:
It was that crazy-haired spray-on tan nutjobby from Ancient Aliens, after the whole premise of the modern History Channel was lampooned on South Park:
Tsoukalos: Good. Let them. Deep down they know (!) we’re on the right track… No worries. RT @kuhnlevel u inspire me but my history profs hate u! lol
Original Tweet: http://twitter.com/Tsoukalos/status/134686039854948352
Conspiracy Theory of the Week
- There was no question about it this week. Exopolitics.com breaks the news that Obama has travelled to Mars twice.
That’s it folks. Keep it crazy. I’m off next week to do some field work on Saturday, and then I’ll be going to Alabama to give a talk about conspiracy theories to a group of freethinkers there. Yay!
(Did you notice that Anonymous completely dropped off the map this week? It’s now known as Ignominious!)