Alex Jones and Jesse Ventura die and go to heaven.

As they are standing at the pearly gates God informs them both that vaccines don’t cause autism; man has landed on the moon; and chemtrails are simply contrails—a normal emission of water vapor from jet engines at high altitude.

Alex whispers to Jesse, “I told you it goes all the way to the top!”

DHS ‘Constitution Free’ Zones Inside US Ignored By Media

In what should be front page news blasted out nationwide as a breaking news alert, the DHS has openly established extensive ‘Constitution free zones’ in which your Fourth Amendment does not exist.

It’s not ‘conspiracy’ and it’s not fraud, the DHS has literally created an imaginary ‘border’ within the United States that engulfs 100 miles from every single end of the nation. Within this fabricated ‘border’, the DHS can search your electronic belongings for no reason. We’re talking about no suspicion, no reasonable cause, nothing. No reason whatsoever is required under their own regulations. The DHS is now above the Constitution under their own rules, and even Wired magazine authors were amazed at the level of pure tyranny going on here.

…a “Constitution-Free” zone, huh?…

The Conspiracy Theory Community Are Dangerous Enemies to Make

It was a clear day in New York when the poster-boy of British conspiracy theory made a shocking announcement. Times Square buzzed behind Charlie Veitch as he stood there, training a camera on himself and declared something so unthinkable, so upsetting, insulting, ignorant and evil, that it changed his life. To paraphrase, he said: I don’t believe the American government blew up the World Trade Center. He uploaded the video to his YouTube account and then everything went bananas. You see, the conspiracy world, of which Charlie was a central part, doesn’t like it when you question their accepted truths. Charlie’s revelation cut deep. Their champion was about to become their most hated pariah.

Conspiracy theories really depress me. Hours after the bombs went off in Boston, Buzzfeed were able to publish a post called "6 Mind-Blowingly Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories Surrounding the Boston Bombing." Conspiracies are where the libertarian and the hippie meet, and today not a single event of note can pass without being fed through the paranoid grinder of the fantasists. But their stupidity is not the most miserable thing about them. No, the most depressing thing about them is the rate at which they’ve been taking over for the last decade.  

In 2012, the philanthropic Leverhulme Trust, most notable for funding dreary desk-based research, offered a grant for academic investigation into conspiracies. “Conspiracy theories,” their announcement read, “have received remarkably little examination. Though they prompt almost obsessive attention in the public imagination, they have been largely ignored by academic research.” It’s true, encouraged by the internet, fuelled by the global economic crises, championed by popular culture (Dan Brown and The Matrix, specifically), the last ten years have seen a conspiracy boom. Perhaps, while extreme Islam has gained more press, and smug atheism is more sensible, it’s possible to argue that conspiracy theory has become the first dominant philosophy of the internet age. No-doubt, the Leverhulme Trust—with its connections to the multinational corporation Unilever—and its grant, inspired far more paranoia than academic insight.

Earlier this year Public Policy Polling conducted a survey about the public’s trust in some of the more established and outré conspiracy theories. The results are infuriating enough to drive rationalists up a tower with a rifle and start shooting. Apparently, 13 percent of respondents suspect that Barack Obama is the Antichrist, while 37 percent of Americans think that global warming is a hoax, and 28 percent of dickheads believe in a sinister global New World Order conspiracy. I’m told it’s supposed to be consoling that only four percent believed in David Icke’s lizard men, but the way I see it: FOUR PERCENT OF PEOPLE WITH A VOTE BELIEVE IN LIZARD MEN.


The Department of Health and Human Services has ordered 14 million doses of potassium iodide, the compound that protects the body from radioactive poisoning in the aftermath of severe nuclear accidents, to be delivered before the beginning of February.

According to a solicitation posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website, the DHHS asks contractors to supply, “potassium iodide tablet, 65mg, unit dose package of 20s; 700,000 packages (of 20s),” a total of 14 million tablets. The packages must be delivered on or before February 1, 2014.

People need to stop fighting about democrat/republican or liberal/conservative and realize that both sides are working together with the express purpose of turning us against each other. They're smart. And it's all based on money and power. Democrats done give a fuck about you or your rights. Republicans don't give a fuck about your rights. Wake the fuck up.
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"People like you shouldn’t be able to drive a car, much less espouse your opinions in public.” So someone approached the dude who asked Deval Patrick the “false flag" question during a Boston Marathon press conference. And it’s a shouting match for the ages. (Warning: Strong language in clip; ht Raw Story)


Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis unleashes a fountain of truth about the state of our society and the mind control we are under. Davis speaks his mind on the the paradigm shift, the Obama Dictatorship the Police state and how all of it is shaping the future of America.


Your conspiracy theory supercut of the day starring Fox News’ analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Napolitano is just one of the mouthpieces that allow conspiracy theories (often originated by Infowars’ Alex Jones) to get play in the national media—and Congress.

A disclaimer about this video: it might give you chills.