May 30, 2006
— Ace 1. 9/11 Conspiracy Theories.
In a you've got your chocolate in my peanut butter sort of genius synthesis, a delicious confection of crazy is invented.
several months ago i was doing some reading on a possible alliance that has been in exsistance with the military government and an alien race. i call this race the Anunnaki. (i could talk hours about who the Anunnaki are, but i'll just say they're an alien race believed to have visited earth thousands of years ago, and still mildly remain here today.) the alliance is thought to be this. the aliens agree only to abduct a number of humans for their experiments. in exchange the aliens give those in the know technology. this has sed to have been going on since shortly after the roswell crash. to make a long story short ... i'm under the impression that its possible that all the passengers on the planes were offered up as payment to the Anunnaki in exchange for some greatly advanced technology. what technology ... i dont know, but something big, something that would be considered a valueable asset to those wanting to control the masses.
That's from the threads at a goofball site called "Loose Change," a nutroots sort of blog with a heavy emphasis on insanity.
If that sounds crazy, then you'll have to check out the "debunking" of that theory, by someone who proposes something... well, equally as crazy, if not more crazy.
Some freaks say that some Vietnam casualties were a cover up for the higher quota to make up for 1961-63
Posted by: Hobbie at May 30, 2006 08:55 AM (qzOby)
"you seem well educated on the matter."
That's some funny shit.
Posted by: Dave S at May 30, 2006 08:57 AM (m/5FH)
Think I'm gonna have to give Rove a ringy-dingy.
By the way, Ace of Spades is our favorite blog.
Posted by: Alien Lizard Leader at May 30, 2006 08:57 AM (zn1Sk)
Long live Jeff Gannon!
Posted by: Birkel at May 30, 2006 09:05 AM (DSGrX)
Posted by: Evil Chihuahua at May 30, 2006 09:07 AM (mAhn3)
And of course, we'd all be living under the Pax Palestinia.
Posted by: Roy at May 30, 2006 09:09 AM (2XXia)
Been there, done that: http://rigorousintuition.blogspot.com
I haven't seen anything on MacBeth there, but theres lots on how Rove and Rummy and the others are all part of a vague alien/demonic dog's-lunch...
Posted by: Glen Richards at May 30, 2006 10:28 AM (7vc4Z)
Posted by: Glen at May 30, 2006 10:28 AM (PmiCb)
Posted by: Glen Richards, not that other Glen at May 30, 2006 10:32 AM (7vc4Z)
Posted by: Glen Richards, not that other Glen at May 30, 2006 10:38 AM (7vc4Z)
Posted by: Justin at May 30, 2006 10:53 AM (yJ/68)
DAMN YOU FOR LEAKING THAT! Madonna is one of our Lizard People operatives. She needs new skin grafts soon.
Don't show these links to the warmbloods:
The Anunnaki Remnants Are Still on Earth
Reptilian Agenda (!!!)
And my personal favorite, The Reptilian Overlords Live Under the Denver Airport.
Posted by: Sue Dohnim at May 30, 2006 11:28 AM (rE+jU)
"If he is right, the Queen is a shapeshifter, Prince Charles is the anti-christ, Bush has to drink childrens blood in order to hold a human form and we are all indeed f****d."
He's makin' a lot of sense. Even if one of those things are true, it'd be game over for us. This one time on Fox, I noticed Bush get kinda wavy around the edges. Then I took another hit off of that Val-U-Rite, and he steadied up again. *passes out*
Posted by: tubealloy at May 30, 2006 11:34 AM (ffmrc)
Must have been television. Or, failing that, at least American Idol.
There was once a guest on the Art Bell show who claimed that Ken Olsen (of Digital Equipment) had been handed the design for the PDP-1 by the military, who had reverse-engineered it from the Roswell crash.
Posted by: Anachronda at May 30, 2006 11:42 AM (Y7t14)
Posted by: PJ-Comix at May 30, 2006 12:07 PM (Y/iEc)
Posted by: brainy435 at May 30, 2006 12:17 PM (4JhFz)
BTW, the lizard people include famous people like George Bush (oddly not Tony Blair), The Queen of England and Kris Kristopherson (country singer).
Posted by: Mike S. at May 30, 2006 02:25 PM (hI/OI)
Posted by: Mike S. at May 30, 2006 02:26 PM (hI/OI)
Posted by: Purple Avenger at May 30, 2006 03:08 PM (gf5iT)
It's like a train wreck, you can't look away.
I know a few of these guys - otherwise reasonable, fairly well educated and not loony in the least (although, past excessive cocaine use seems to be a common thread now that I think of it), until it comes to talking about 9/11.
They're just completely unmoved by evidence or critical thought. every rebuttal of every idea is met with an empassioned "yeah, but...."
Posted by: moflicky at May 30, 2006 03:11 PM (1zLWs)
Interesting how when the brain begins dying, grammar and spelling are the first things to go.
Posted by: Tungsten Monk at May 30, 2006 04:33 PM (JwJhN)
And awk, of course.
O - M - G
Unix is an alien-based OS!!! I should have known! But, how can it have fewer bugs!??? No, wait, that's how Bell Labs did it, they traded ... Jimmy Hoffa for the tech!!! That's why the FBI never found the body!!! And the 'source' must be a cryptic reference to those ancient Sumerian cunieform tablets!!!! Hammurabi was a hax0r!!!!
Ho-o-o-o-oly goddess on a ziggurat, Batman!
Posted by: a guy in pajamas at May 30, 2006 05:41 PM (hVPHZ)
Posted by: Denise at May 31, 2006 02:22 AM (DngOs)
Posted by: Purple Avenger at May 31, 2006 10:02 AM (gf5iT)
Posted by: Mike S. at May 31, 2006 04:45 PM (hI/OI)
Seriously, do P&T believe the "magic bullet" (or the Warren Comission Report?) Lmao!
Why question any "official" government report? Um, because they lie? Almost constantly? It's even worse here in Canada BTW.
The American government would never load up a civilian passenger liner with explosives & use unwitting civilians as a human shield to illegally export war-munitions, right? I mean aside from the Lusitania, eh?
C'mon, there's plenty of lies out there, why do we assume 9/11 is any different? Yes MOST of the conspiracy theories are loonie, and isn't it interesting how the MSM gives only those nut-jobs any attention? Any films comming out about Flight 77? no? Wonder why?
Keep in mind: for it to be a government conspiracy, it'd be Clinton who's to blame! After all these guys started training in early 2000, eh?
enough ranting... is "thanks for listening" abbreviated TFL or perhaps TYFL? It should be
Posted by: 5Cats at June 01, 2006 06:32 AM (cVijR)
This makes me laugh! The "explainations" offered are horrible! Worse than any wacko-conspiracy theory I've ever heard!
Examples?#1 In one 'rebuttal' he questions the source of LC's assertion that Flight 77 'skipped' along the ground (which it clearly didn't, BUT that is the official story of why the engines made no marks on the Pentagon, fyi) THEN a few paragraphs later, he quotes a source which includes the 'skipping' part.
#2 He makes great mention of the clipped-off light posts, but fails to explain any of LC's questions: how did the aircraft fly 2 more miles scant feet above the ground? How did it miss the trees? (unless it's wings were shorter than a 757s, like Skyhawk wings for example) & etc.
#3 he repeatedly questions why "dozens" of eye-witnesses say they saw a 757 & why this isn't enough 'proof' for LC? How about those witnesses who saw a 4-engined aircraft? an all-silver aircraft? an aircraft with no windows? & etc?
You can't have it both ways, you can't just quote only those eye-witnesses who agree with you.
LC quotes both groups, but notes that those whoe say they saw a 757 ALL worked for the Govt or military, while those who say otherwise were mostly civilians...
Who is more believable? Those who edit their 'evidence' or those who present all the evidence and let you decide?
I'm NOT saying LC is 100% right (it isn't) BUT that the 'official' explaination isn't believable, and this "debunker" is full of shit.
Posted by: 5Cats at June 01, 2006 07:15 AM (cVijR)
Most are dead (despite being only 1 month old) but some actually lead to virus-infected pages!
So if you try to check up on the debunker's sources, you reach dead-ends or get virus infected. Hummmm...
Posted by: 5Cats at June 01, 2006 07:44 AM (cVijR)
So the "debunker" is in reality a hacker trolling for gullible moonbats machines to infect?
Actually, as a programmer of 20+ years, this sounds like a reasonable and clever approach for infecting a very targeted audience.
I wonder what the guy has in store for the moonbats?
Posted by: Purple Avenger at June 01, 2006 11:08 AM (gf5iT)
62 queries taking 1.5166 seconds, 265 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.