Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

The weirdest, most confusing website I've seen in a looong time: Lika Diplomat (AKA Lika Valentino, AKA the Queen of Iraq). Badly mangled English + conspiranoid rants + incoherent woman who seems to think she deserves a place on the world stage = WTF?. (Please, don't visit if you're epileptic - those flashing clowns will... Continue Reading →

Benjamin Fulford Update

As if he isn't busy enough saving the world alongside Freemasonic ninjas, former financial journalist Benjamin Fulford also had to have spinal surgery on January 22. But don't worry about him. He was well enough to be a guest on Jeff Rense's radio show the very next day, and he finally understood why he had... Continue Reading →

This month’s Pants Afire Award goes to… Benjamin Fulford!

How did one Canadian journalist become the peace broker betweeen 10,000 rich white dudes and 6 million pissed-off Asians? Well, it involves Japanese finance, Nikola Tesla, and liver pills... Until 2005 Benjamin Fulford was a Tokyo-based correspondent with Forbes magazine, writing articles on Asian finance. Then, he says, he quit in protest after the magazine... Continue Reading →

The World of Dr. Deagle

Dr. William Deagle is a physician, a prophet, a government insider/whistleblower, and one of the two witnesses described in the Book of Revelation. He knows what really happened at Columbine, the World Trade Center, and Oklahoma City. He could be the ruler of the world, but he has chosen to enlighten the masses instead. Thanks... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster by David Icke

This one definitely wasn't on my winter reading list, but my Signif Other brought it home from a kooky New Age bookstore and I just couldn't resist, even though it reeks of incense.For those not familiar with Mr. David Icke (pronounced "Ike"), a crash course: He's a former UK football player and sports presenter who... Continue Reading →

Holy Blood, Holy Crap: The Da Vinci Code Lawsuit and Michael Baigent’s The Jesus Papers

"You stole my ideas! Even though they're not mine!" The Da Vinci Code lawsuit was a prime example of wanton, greedy litigiousness. Two of the three "historians" who wrote Holy Blood, Holy Grail (1982) sued Dan Brown over alleged theft of intellectual property, even though Brown's book is a work of fiction and theirs was... Continue Reading →

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