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Old 24th October 2011, 08:05 PM   #121
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Perhaps because I'm a law-school dropout, I have a deep and abiding love for pseudolaw in general and tax denialists and FOTL in particular. FOTL also interests me in that, I mean, I'm not entirely unsympathetic to the non-racist parts of the underlying philosophy, just, they've clearly (to me) taken a wrong turn somewhere. Coincidentally, I was bopping around RationalWiki this afternoon and I happened across the FOTL entry, right before I saw this thread.

I also have a soft spot for any claim -- for any CT -- that They (whoever They are) hide clues plain sight. The Denver airport, Masonic symbols on money, that sort of thing.

Medieval denialism also amuses me by its sheer not-even-wrongitude.

Originally Posted by cwalner View Post
I will slightly disagree with that. While I don't find it amusing when person y suffers because of person x believing in a CT, I think the most hilarious CT is so because its adherents keep harming themselves (legally) because of their asinine CT.

In other words, I vote for FOTL.
Yeah, that could be some of it for me too. Believing it is its own punishment.

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I'm with the vote for Icke's Jewish Shape Shifting Lizard Overlords.
As I understand it, you really don't have a choice.

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What about the claim that Kentucky Fried Chicken had to change its name to KFC when the government learned that the chicken meat was actually cell cultures grown in big vats and pressed into lumps. The claim was that there was no chicken in KFC.
I thought that was propagated by Snopes?

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Old 24th October 2011, 08:44 PM   #122
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Just when I was getting used to the artificial lumps they have to go and ruin it by using real chickens again.
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Old 27th October 2011, 02:43 AM   #123
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Originally Posted by Checkmite View Post
Well after faked the moon landing, and then boasted about it using the shining

http://store.sacredmysteriesmarketpl...art-1-dvd.html
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Old 25th January 2012, 12:40 AM   #124
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i very much like the conspiracy theory that an alien race from nibiru created humans. and they have now infiltrated the human governments around the world bent on world domination.that one always cheers me up when im sad.

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Old 25th January 2012, 10:07 AM   #125
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Originally Posted by ComfySlippers View Post
FOTL-Waffle is a good example of a con/myth which, for the most part, is so ludicrously rubbish that it is hilarious. However FOTL-Waffle has also had dire consequences for some of its deluded followers, either them being conned out of money to "learn the magic words", by having relatively small Court fines increased or being sent to Prison / Psychiatric units.
You make that sound like it is a bad thing.

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The funniest? Nibiru, especially considering how often it was supposed to be visible already.
2008: It will be visible in 2009
2009: It will be visible in 2010
2010: It will be visible in 2011
2011: It will be visible in 2012

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Old 25th January 2012, 12:47 PM   #126
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Originally Posted by rambaldi View Post
You make that sound like it is a bad thing.

P.S.:
The funniest? Nibiru, especially considering how often it was supposed to be visible already.
2008: It will be visible in 2009
2009: It will be visible in 2010
2010: It will be visible in 2011
2011: It will be visible in 2012

Wasn't Nibiru originally supposed to come around in 2003?
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Old 27th January 2012, 11:33 AM   #127
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Hi guys-long time reader,first time poster from Australia.

For me,the most entertainly absurd one is David Icke's Reptilian Shapeshifter theory.
Now,with a lot of conspiracy theories,you can see how they had their basis in a few reasonable ideas and emotions,even if the leaps they make are wayyyyyyyy off.9/11 Truthers start with the reasonable premise that governments often lie-(think Nixon and Watergate)-then it all goes pear-shaped when they believe the most documented day of modern times was somehow covered up.Anti-vaxers start with the reasonable fear of sharp needles,viruses and poisons and then,ignoring how vaccination uses the way they work for good, decide doctors and Big Pharma are out to get us with them.
But Reptilian people???? WTF? How would a mammal transform to a reptile? Why are all the supposed 'shapeshifting' videos shot on damaged,muddy film? Why would Kermit want to rule our lives anyway? How educated thinking people can believe this is a t0tal mystery.How can somebody honestly think the Queen is a LIZARD????? If anybody here can explain how they make these inane mental sins against biology and anthropology and not feel like clowns,I'd love to know.
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Old 27th January 2012, 01:32 PM   #128
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Old 29th January 2012, 11:58 PM   #129
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Originally Posted by Checkmite View Post
Just as Charles Manson could find a race war prophecy in any Beatles song, it is impossible to make a film or, really, any art whatsoever that does not validate Illuminati CTs.
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Old 30th January 2012, 04:41 PM   #130
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Just as Charles Manson could find a race war prophecy in any Beatles song, it is impossible to make a film or, really, any art whatsoever that does not validate Illuminati CTs.
Very much like the long thread on Icke about "Illuminati Symbolism in Album Covers";

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=6366

which appears to include anything with an eye, a triangle or pyramid, and anything "satanic" (ie just about every heavy metal album cover) - and strangely enough the Osmonds.

I think I might start a thread over there on Illuminati references in song lyrics and kick off with "Long Haired Lover From Liverpool"
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Old 31st January 2012, 02:18 AM   #131
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When I was a young lad in the 1980s, the father of one of my friends was sort of an antisemitic CTist. He must have been on the mailing list of lots of paranoid hate groups, because there was always a lot of wingnut literature lying around their house from the John Birch Society and various "survivalist" and Neo-Nazi organizations. My friend's dad was one of those guys who had a home office that he called his "den," with bookshelves, a couch, and a huge wooden desk in the middle of the room that was always covered with papers. He also had a liquor cabinet in there, so us teenagers would often duck in there to gank some of his booze.

Hanging behind his desk, he used to have an "org chart"-style map of the One-World Government Conspiracy, not unlike this one:

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But his was like 4' x 3' in size, had better production values, and was mounted in a cheap metal frame. It had little drawings and symbols depicting the various groups. The Illuminati of course were represented by the pyramid-eye symbol, and the Freemasons by their square-and-compass. The Federal Reserve System was prominently featured near the center, with branches extending to many of the other groups. The Trilateral Commission, I recall, had the American, British, and Israeli flags all bound together on a single platform. Most of the organizations in the above drawing (the UN, the Rockefellers, the Bilderberg Group, etc.) were represented, along with probably a few more, and the thing was just a tangled mess of lines and arrows connecting each organization to the others.

That drawing used to confuse and amaze me. On one occasion, his dad walked by in the hallway while I was in the den staring at it. He entered the room and asked me, "So, what do you think of that?" I told him I was trying to figure it out, and he replied, "Well when you do, you let me know, because that's the mess we're in right now."

Back then, I always thought my friend's dad was kind of nutty and a little scary. But now when I think back, I just remember him as a paunchy middle-aged guy who spent a lot of time drinking cheap beer in front of the TV.
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Old 31st January 2012, 05:34 PM   #132
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Originally Posted by John Albert View Post
When I was a young lad in the 1980s, the father of one of my friends was sort of an antisemitic CTist. He must have been on the mailing list of lots of paranoid hate groups, because there was always a lot of wingnut literature lying around their house from the John Birch Society and various "survivalist" and Neo-Nazi organizations. My friend's dad was one of those guys who had a home office that he called his "den," with bookshelves, a couch, and a huge wooden desk in the middle of the room that was always covered with papers. He also had a liquor cabinet in there, so us teenagers would often duck in there to gank some of his booze.

Hanging behind his desk, he used to have an "org chart"-style map of the One-World Government Conspiracy, not unlike this one:




But his was like 4' x 3' in size, had better production values, and was mounted in a cheap metal frame. It had little drawings and symbols depicting the various groups. The Illuminati of course were represented by the pyramid-eye symbol, and the Freemasons by their square-and-compass. The Federal Reserve System was prominently featured near the center, with branches extending to many of the other groups. The Trilateral Commission, I recall, had the American, British, and Israeli flags all bound together on a single platform. Most of the organizations in the above drawing (the UN, the Rockefellers, the Bilderberg Group, etc.) were represented, along with probably a few more, and the thing was just a tangled mess of lines and arrows connecting each organization to the others.

That drawing used to confuse and amaze me. On one occasion, his dad walked by in the hallway while I was in the den staring at it. He entered the room and asked me, "So, what do you think of that?" I told him I was trying to figure it out, and he replied, "Well when you do, you let me know, because that's the mess we're in right now."

Back then, I always thought my friend's dad was kind of nutty and a little scary. But now when I think back, I just remember him as a paunchy middle-aged guy who spent a lot of time drinking cheap beer in front of the TV.
Wait. UNICEF ?!

Also, if the arrow between the Mafia and the CIA points in both directions, does that mean the Mafia has some influence over the CIA?

More also, where is the FBI? How can you have a conspiracy involving the Mafia and four dozen other entities without mentioning the FBI?

Even more also: the NEA? Really?

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Even more also: the NEA? Really?
Mapplethorpe was obviously an Illuminatus.
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Even more also: the NEA? Really?
That's listed with a bunch of non-governmental groups (in the lower right corner) so it is probably the National Education Association, which is unabashedly left-wing or was the last time I read its newsletter.
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Mapplethorpe was obviously an Illuminatus.


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Old 3rd February 2012, 10:43 AM   #135
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Originally Posted by Ladewig View Post
Wait. UNICEF ?!
It's part of the U.N. And it helps people,which is clearly un-American.
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Originally Posted by John Albert View Post
Hanging behind his desk, he used to have an "org chart"-style map of the One-World Government Conspiracy, not unlike this one:
This chart is much simpler, cleaner, and have fewer connections and thus less susceptible to error (and more accurate too), updated for current times:



ETA: Apologies to my non-US readers, maybe I'm a wee biased here...
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I always find humour in the fact that crop circles were very basic when they first came into the public domain and now are more intricate. Were we really expected to believe that beings coming from light years away were a little more remedial in the seventies?
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Didn't see truthism in here.
Also it was apparently updated today.
I don't think I could read it again to find out what though.
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Didn't see truthism in here.
Also it was apparently updated today.
I don't think I could read it again to find out what though.
" The sun is a cube, not a sphere".

I was going to call Poe on that site but it's spelling is too good for it to be insincere...,
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Speaking of Philidelphia, what about the theory that the U.S. Navy tested an "invisibilty cloak" / time travel device on the deck of a destroyer there.
http://www.history.navy.mil/faqs/faq21-1.htm

The ship supposedly was the USS Eldridge

However looks like woo

http://www.history.navy.mil/faqs/faq21-1.htm

Some researchers have erroneously concluded that degaussing has a connection with making an object invisible. Degaussing is a process in which a system of electrical cables are installed around the circumference of ship's hull, running from bow to stern on both sides. A measured electrical current is passed through these cables to cancel out the ship's magnetic field. Degaussing equipment was installed in the hull of Navy ships and could be turned on whenever the ship was in waters that might contain magnetic mines, usually shallow waters in combat areas. It could be said that degaussing, correctly done, makes a ship "invisible" to the sensors of magnetic mines, but the ship remains visible to the human eye, radar, and underwater listening devices.


After many years of searching, the staff of the Operational Archives and independent researchers have not located any official documents that support the assertion that an invisibility or teleportation experiment involving a Navy ship occurred at Philadelphia or any other location.
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When I've looked at web sites that promote the chemtrail nonsense, I've been impressed by how much wrong they can pack into so little space. If you have even rudimentary knowledge of meteorology, you will have to look hard to find a single sentence that doesn't contain a ridiculous error.

Also, for more hilarity, google or search on youtube for "cottage cheese clouds". For some reason, the chemtrail nutters are absolutely convinced that altocumulus and cirrocumulus clouds are "not natural" and are part of the whole chemtrail conspiracy
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...Also, for more hilarity, google or search on youtube for "cottage cheese clouds"....
I'd never heard of this before and, in a way, wish I still hadn't.

That people stand around videoing clouds and contrails baffles the heck out of me. Clouds have been around an awfully long time. They are not a new thing

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The Chem trails thing.....is everybody ON DOPE?????? dear lord people will believe ANYTHING!
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I've always found the conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Kurt Cobain to be quite amusing.
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The world was a much better place before the internet gave crazies a forum.
Harlan Ellison called it: "God----it! The world is just filling up with more and more idiots! And the computer is giving them access to the world! They're spreading their stupidity! At least they were contained before—now they're on the loose everywhere!"
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Unhappy Funny / Entertaining ?

I dunno if the conspiracy theories about Anders Behring Breivik, Israel behind 22.July and cluesforum's "proof" of false video from Breiviks court can classify as funny or entertaining.

But they are sure wild...
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I'd never heard of this before and, in a way, wish I still hadn't.

That people stand around videoing clouds and contrails baffles the heck out of me. Clouds have been around an awfully long time. They are not a new thing

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I think a lot of the chemtrailers never really looked at the sky until they heard about the chemtrail CT. I often see claims that things I have seen all my life (persistent contrails, cirrocumulus clouds, etc.) are new phenomena. It's probably true that there are more contrails now than there were when I was a kid, but that's because there's more air traffic.
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The Census is a conspiracy!
http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=164778

And it just happens to intersect with Freemen.
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