Conspiracy theorists

LGF has devolved into a pathetic Leftist poor man’s version of infowars. Charles complains about rightwing conspiracy theorists on his time line.

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Although Charles is a far left conspiracy theroist, he would fit right in with that crowd. There is not much difference at this point between Charles Johnson or Dennis “Justin” Raimondo or Alex Jones.

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106 Comments on “Conspiracy theorists”

  1. Captain Death says:

    LGF has become nothing but a haven for the wackiest conspiracy theories this side of Alex Jones.

  2. sven10077 says:

    RIP Glenn Frey, b/c evidently heaven doesn’t need shit guitarists….

  3. Minnow says:

    -2

    Crappy usage of the English language Barry.

    (color me surprised!)

  4. kbdabear says:

    Toot, look into those Taco Bell job openings, humor isn’t one of your talents

    • OLT's Prefers to Spell it "Whinging" says:

      Rapefugious delendum!
      /flick and twist
      Bonerificus deflatus!
      /waves wand vigorously
      Penetratum deflectus
      /wand now flailing inches from crowd of cat-meat fans
      Muslimah Acceptum!
      /generous attackers, gratified by her conversion, take turns marrying her before each rape

  5. Octopus says:

    • Octopus says:

      The story is here: http://www.therebel.media/i_came_out_as_a_gay_conservative_in_vancouver

      JANUARY 18, 2016
      I came out as a gay conservative in Vancouver. Here’s what happened.
      JAMES CAMPBELL
      REBEL BLOGGER
      Coming out as gay in rural Scotland wasn’t easy, but it was a walk in Stanley Park compared to coming out as a conservative in Vancouver.

      That’s because Vancouver is liberal — and the Vancouver gay scene is VERY liberal.

      As the flamboyant conservative activist Milo Yiannopoulos tweeted:

      “I had no trouble coming out as gay. I had a lot of trouble coming out as a gay conservative.”

      He wasn’t exaggerating.

      When I first arrived in this beautiful city four years ago, I was eager to find my feet and build a new life. And I did: A very wholesome life, with a job, friends, social activities and even a fiancé.

      I had been through a messy “coming out” in Scotland, so Canada represented a clean slate for me to be myself. What I didn’t realize is that the slate would need cleaning all over again.

      For years, while living in Vancouver, I kept my silence whenever the topic of politics came up. I remained silent while my friends chimed in with the canned laughter as Jon Stewart ridiculed conservatives.

      I remained silent when my friends said, “Isn’t Justin Trudeau’s gender neutral cabinet just awesome?”

      I remained silent as my friends talked about how wonderful they were for starting a petition to let more Syrian migrants in.

      I remained silent when they talked about opposing BC pipeline construction.

      However, little bubbles of resistance inside me gradually coalesced into a foam of frustration.

      I began posting articles to Facebook and making comments, pointing out falsehoods and providing alternative sources (like TheRebel.media.)

      I was particularly critical of band-wagon liberalism, slacktivism, lazy hashtag campaigns and Facebook-profile-picture-tinters. I told people what I really thought about Justin Trudeau. I began openly expressing my opposition to the invasion of Europe by hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East and North Africa.

      Reactions from straight people were fairly hostile. For example, a German friend told me to “be more careful about what I think, let alone what I say” after I posted something about immigration that would have been totally inoffensive to any rational person. A relative told me that the libertarian group I joined on Fcebook was a “cult” and that my family were “concerned for me.” A few friends texted me to say they had removed me from Facebook.

      Reactions from gay people were considerably more hostile.

      I play and coach in a LGBT soccer league. After a game one night I was approached by one of the organizers, who warned me that other members were talking about my comments, “found my views repellent” and that I was “making enemies.” I asked him to specify which particular view was so offensive. Apparently it was an anti-Hillary article I posted. I had attacked the queen bee and the hive was responding.

      My fiancé’s gay friends pressured him over my views and in turn he applied this pressure to me. He was extremely upset after he found out that one of my favourite books was The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. His gay friends had persuaded him that only sociopaths could enjoy such a book.

      Gay men accused me of having “internalized homophobia” for failing to celebrate with gusto the giant publicity stunt which was marriage equality — a teaspoon of distraction in exchange for a bucket of freedom.

      I was called a sociopath, a psychopath, “cisgendered,” right-winger, retard, fascist, arrogant and dangerous. I was even anonymously threatened with violence.

      I became self-doubting, paranoid, depressed and anxious. I left my fiancé and refused to socialize for months. I realized I had been ostracized, and I’m sure some of it was almost willingly on my part.

      Eventually I emerged however, and more confident than before. The people who really loved me stuck around and those bonds are stronger than ever. I learned to trust my own mind and be honest with others. I had begun to attract new and wonderful people into my life.

      Most surprisingly, since I’ve been more vocal about my opinions, I’ve discovered a handful of conservative and libertarian men in the Vancouver gay scene.

      Now I know what you’re thinking, surely this shouldn’t have been such a big deal? And you’re right, it wasn’t exactly Galileo and the Inquisition. I’m sure such pressures would have had little effect on someone more confident like Milo Yiannopoulos.

      But not everyone has learned those skills yet, and as you can see from my experience, the social pressure can be quite significant.

      My advice to anyone in the same position is to remember that any temporary discomfort you experience will be compensated for by a long-term feeling of contentment which you can only get from being yourself.

      Now is not the time for conservatives to be quiet, especially gay conservatives. I believe the gay community has immense influence over the direction of cultural progress and gay conservatives and libertarians like me need to come out of the closet and start fighting to take the reins.

      After all, we’ve done it once before.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Wow- And I bet every single one of the idjits ostracizing him think of themselves as models of tolerance and love.

        • Octopus says:

          The Left is the real deal, when it comes to fascist thought-policing.

        • Ryan says:

          I’m gay, I’m a libertarian, and what James Campbell wrote in that rebelmedia article, is 100% true. Though I live in victoria, I’m sure it’s the same thing as vancouver and the intolerance is the same. In fact I’ll go a step further and say that GLBT culture was seeded and hijacked by marxists. My culture is that of monogamy, not debauchery like the GLBT community in large promotes and supports….

          • rightymouse says:

            It’s so good to know there are folks like you who speak out about being subjected to GLBT intolerance.

  6. ISpeakJive says:

    Here’s a conspiracy theory:

    Now that the Saudi’s have figured out how easy it is for large groups of “refugees” to invade Europe, they are keeping oil prices extremely low in order to cause a whole bunch of countries that are dependent on oil income to break.

    The world bank expects enormous groups of disrupted people to go looking for better options, like Europe.

    Easiest way to get Islam embedded in those societies, in one fell swoop.

  7. Octopus says:

  8. pineapple says:

    You aren’t going to “shuffle off” anywhere Fatso…. you’ll be “hoisted off” that mortal coil by crane.

    • Octopus says:

      You just knew Fatass was going to play such stupid look-at-me card. 🙄

    • kbdabear says:

      Every other bar band in the 70s played Take It Easy and Already Gone, so we’re totally over-fucking-whelmed, Toot.

    • Minnow says:

      yes…. hoisted off…..

      once they separate your flesh from the cheap couch fabric you have been sitting on and shitting into for the past few years…..

      I can understand why you are so sad.

      The end is near.

      Oh – and Barry!?

      Fuck.

      You.

    • Arachne says:

      Uh dumbshit? EVERYBODY. played covers of Eagles songs. And please — “Growing up in Hawaii?” You and I were 20 when the Eagles came along.

      • Arachne says:

        Unless….. Oh shit – you really DO want people to think you’re the guy pictured in your avatar and you’re shaving 10 years off your age.

  9. kbdabear says:

    Octopus, the Tigers have their new left fielder and middle of the order bat

    • Octopus says:

      I’m very happy about this. Bring on summer!

      I love it when Ilitch feels “The Itch.” The old guy needs a World Series win, before he dies. Maybe this is the year.

  10. pineapple says:

    Fatso is an antisemite.

  11. Because olo says:

    Speaking of mentions, my mentions are going off all over the place from this Cristina comment.

    No what am I supposed to do with this boner?

  12. pineapple says:

    Toot thinks loony libtards like himself are “normal people”. LOL Onset of dementia methinks.

    • kbdabear says:

      So what does Toot think are American Values? The NSA Police State? Gestapo tactics of the IRS, DHS, EPA? Unlimited welfare for illegal immigrants? Mob violence (provided they’re leftist mobs)? Servility to a bureaucratic unelected dictatorship?

  13. pineapple says:

    Fuckface hopes for another Waco.

  14. kbdabear says:

    Toot will of course say this video was “heavily edited”

    Shocking video shows Swedish woman being harassed and groped by gang of ‘migrant’ men

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3404602/Shocking-video-shows-Swedish-woman-harassed-groped-gang-migrant-men.html

  15. pineapple says:

    Posted just because.

  16. kbdabear says:

    The Debate Crusher…

    • rightymouse says:

      “And then there are the exaggerated claims. Tyson claims to have been “mentored” by Carl Sagan, for instance. Yet it appears this “mentorship” boils down to little more than a couple of traded letters. If Tyson thinks that qualifies as mentorship, I wonder what he’d call my nocturnal liaisons with other men who share his skin colour. Adoption?”

      LMAO!!!!!!! 😆

      • Because olo says:

        He just ‘did’ Bill Nye.

        https://t.co/5zy1LFHhHv

        • rightymouse says:

          I’m dyin’ here!!

          “Nye is also famous for playing to a number of other pet liberal causes. Surprising no-one, Bill Nye on abortion reads like an engineering undergraduate trying to explain biology. When it comes to abortion, the only thing Nye is qualified to do is manufacture the coat hangers, and even then he’d probably fuck it up by trying to make them out of sustainable “green plastic.””

  17. Because olo says:

    • OLT's Prefers to Spell it "Whinging" says:

      If THIS were the REAL Bernie, I’d consider voting for him.

      The country’s going to Hell in the proverbial handbasket anyway; both parties suck. May as well have a laugh.

  18. KGB says:

    Sorry, but someone’s got to do it….

    • Arachne says:

      Here’s a bit of trivia. Steely Dan and the Eagles had the same manager – Irving Azoff (he was THE manager, believe me!) and both bands gave a nudge to the other in one of their songs. Steely Dan, in the song “Everything You Did” has the line “Turn up the Eagles, the neighbors are listening”; in Hotel California, the line “stab it with their steely knives” was a nudge to the Dan.

      • KGB says:

        One group is one of the best America ever produced, the other is, well, The Eagles.

        You know it just kills Barry that he never even got so much as a look-see from Becker and Fagen. I wonder if his name was ever brought up to them? I can only imagine the look on their faces and the snide dismissals were they to be confronted by his soulless noodling.

        • Steely Dan is one of my all time favorites but I think it can argued or questioned, was that really a group? Or just Fagen and Becker. They typically just brought in the top West Coast studio musicians for their recordings giving a distinctive sound. I remember when they did their little re-boot back in the ’90s in New York I believe, some of the players from their old albums were a little miffed they weren’t invited. Fagen and Becker were riding in a cab chuckling about it. They obviously feel confident they can get the sound they want with any good, studio quality players.

          • Octopus says:

            The Eagles were almost too popular, for their own good. Their music got played to death in the 70’s and early 80’s. I know I was sick of it.

            I liked Steely Dan back then, too, before they started boring me. It’s fine, hearing them now and then on classic radio.

          • Arachne says:

            Initially, there were some more or less “permanent” members that toured – Denny Dias, Jeff Baxter, Jeff Porcaro (when they could get him). I think they even used Russ Kunkel on the road. (My ex always wanted that gig….)

            In the studio oh man, – Michael McDonald, Victor Feldman, Bernard Purdie.

            No, Fats wouldn’t have been given a second look by them. Shit – they had Baxter, Dias and Randall! Why the hell would the look at a poor man’s Dick Dale?

        • Arachne says:

          They hired only the best of the best for their studio work, often having three different musicians perform the same piece.

          I actually called a radio station here in the Bay Area (Brian Sussman) one night because they were playing “Reelin’ in the Years” as the bumper music and in his attempt to show off told his producer “Don’t turn that down! That’s Skunk Baxter on guitar there!” I called in and advised Sussman that it was not Jeff but Elliott Randall. You looked stupid.

    • rightymouse says:

      Weiner is such a prick….

      • Because olo says:

        It hadn’t occurred to me that Hil and Huma have something else in common – horndog hubbies.

        I really think that what happens in a lot of cases is feminists have horrible husbands, who they won’t stand up to, so they project their anger on the rest of the males of the world. Maybe they ought to deal with their own issues and leave the rest of us out of it.

        • rightymouse says:

          I know there’s NO way I’d want to stay married to a serial philanderer. Men like that obviously have deep-rooted mommy issues. Look at JFK. The heartache isn’t worth it, no matter how successful in life they may be.

        • rightymouse says:

          Where is their self-respect??

    • rightymouse says:

  19. Because olo says:

    Ever had this problem, Mr. Toot?

    • OLT's Prefers to Spell it "Whinging" says:

      If “Tweetdeck is pretty much unusable” is equivalent to “I can’t find my penis penis penis LOL under my pannus”, then yes.

  20. Because olo says:

  21. OLT's Prefers to Spell it "Whinging" says:

    In response to the Emma Watson petition, some suggestions for spells:

    Rapefugious delendum!
    /flick and twist
    Bonerificus deflatus!
    /waves wand vigorously
    Penetratum deflectus
    /wand now flailing inches from crowd of cat-meat fans
    Muslimah Acceptum!
    /generous attackers, gratified by her conversion, take turns marrying her before each rape

    • Octopus says:

      There’s a chronic rash imparted to such victims, after being “wanded” by a crowd of filthy savages like this, called “quid-itch.” Female patients have been known to fly off the handle, from the itching spells. Young boys, too.

  22. pineapple says:

    “New York’s Alright If You Like Saxophones”
    New York’s alright,
    New York’s alright,
    New York’s alright,
    if you like saxophones!

    New York’s alright if you wanna be pushed in front of the subway!
    New York’s alright if you like tuberculosis!
    New York’s alright if you like art and jazz!
    New York’s alright if you’re a homosexual!

    New york’s alright,
    New York’s alright,
    New York’s alright,
    if you like saxophones!

    New York’s alright if you like drunks in your doorway!
    New York’s alright if you wanna freeze to death!
    New York’s alright if you wanna get mugged or murdered!
    New York’s alright if you like saxophones!

    New York’s alright,
    New York’s alright,
    New York’s alright,
    if you like saxophones!

  23. Octopus says:

    I read “13 Hours” last night, and I have to say, I’m still not sure about the whole “stand down” thing. There’s more than one “stand down”-possibility in the whole debacle, so there’s inherent confusion in the question. It’s not clear that calling in the nearest Spectre gunship would have saved anyone, as Stevens died early on from smoke-inhalation caused by the first attack and a faulty “safe room” plan. The soldiers on-site did an amazing, heroic job of defending the place from being totally overrun, but the guys killed and wounded by a mortar-attack were on a rooftop that took a direct mortar-hit — you could argue that that attack would have been headed off by air support, but if the mortars came from outside the compound, as is thought, there’s no guarantee of anything.

    One thing that is very clear, is that there was NO demonstration or protest about the stupid Youtube video, anywhere in Libya. There was a protest in Cairo, Egypt — no other protest is documented. This was a planned attack by local jihadists linked to Al Qaeda, and there were warnings aplenty, that were noted by Ambassador Stevens and ignored by the WH and DOD. They knew they were in a very dangerous situation, surrounded by increasing anti-American forces. Their requests for additional security forces were denied. That’s the real crime.

    • pineapple says:

      • Octopus says:

        I do believe she slept through the whole thing. She isn’t mentioned in the book at all, in terms of being in the loop during the shitshow. Completely absent. Probably fell asleep with Huma’s head in a leg-lock.

        • Arachne says:

          I think Obama slept through the whole thing as well. I think they told him what was happening, he said “you deal with it” and went upstairs and didn’t give it a second thought.

  24. Because olo says:

    Your daily Cristina…

    • OLT's Prefers to Spell it "Whinging" says:

      I am no rapist. I have never seen that goat before in my life!

      /Gene L, a nice sitz bath should get the sand out of your mangina. You’re own you’re own as to how many drinks it’ll take to get the taste out of your mouth.

  25. pineapple says:

    This isn’t a “nothingburger” anymore.

    Biden better get ready.

    If an indictment comes down let’s see how the administration handles this….. all eyes are watching.

    “Intel Official Hillary Clinton Emails Had Info More Sensitive Than Top Secret Email Scandal Lives”

  26. pineapple says:

    Flying Pig time.

    “BREAKING: Federal Judge Obama Appointed Strikes Down His Fast and Furious Executive Privilege Claim”

    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2016/01/19/breaking-judge-rejects-obamas-fast-and-furious-executive-privilege-claim-n2106790

  27. pineapple says:

    I want to like Sarah Palin, I really do…….

  28. ISTE Happy says:

    A very long time ago.

    Guess who

    00963727 12575 71 Wurm Sun, Sep 12, 2004 9:20:16pm

    Yes, I know comparing Air Force documents with Navy documents is a waste of time, but as nobody is posting sample documents created by TANG in 1973 so we can really answer the question “Did the TANG have advanced word processing equipment in 1973”

    I refer you to the John Kerry official website.
    [Link: http://www.johnkerry.com…]

    In my humble opinion this was a “Standard Form” last revised in August 1976 and it was not proportionally spaced. So, in 1976 the Naval Reserve Personnel Center in Louisiana didn’t even bother having their pre-printed forms looking all spiffy.

    Now this document [Link: http://www.johnkerry.com…]
    which is also a pre-printed form is looking kinda nice, it was revised March 1977 and is from the head honchos in Washington D.C. so you would think they had all the good toys.

    However, the details were filled in by a typewriter that needs it’s plattern height adjusting as the tops of the characters are missing. (plattern needs moving up for those who need to know…)

    In my humble opinion the documents that John Kerry has made publicly available on his campaign website give us an idea of the technology available to one branch of the armed services in 1978, I REPEAT 1978…

    Are they trying to tell us the USAF was 5+ years more advanced in their memo writing capabilities???

    Also as a side note… I believe the 4th May 1972 pdf is real.

    It was the seed of truth that made the rest believable.

    00963731 12575 75 Wurm Sun, Sep 12, 2004 9:35:17pm

    Aw I mean the TEXT of the 4th May 1972 memo is real. I seem to remember reading it years ago (the text) but when I re-created it as a test I had to use lowercase “L” as a “one” in 1st to defeat the superscripting. lst, 1st, nah, you can tell the difference.

    Look at the “l” in “physical” then look at the 1st again

    00963734 12575 78 Wurm Sun, Sep 12, 2004 9:48:56pm

    tommoon,

    I am with you on that one.

    What I was trying to say is there is the text of a real document in there. That gives the rest of them a base of truth for some people who wish the rest to be true.

    I CAN remember a document from the last election which told Bush to report for a physical, can’t I???

    These fakes seem to have advanced the story from that one factual memo…

    00963742 12575 86 Wurm Sun, Sep 12, 2004 10:15:37pm

    tommoon,

    What this means is the main criteria for electing the President of the United States of America is who had the best service record.

    Is that not what it is comming down to?

    We have Bush who avoided Vietnam by serving in the ANG.

    We have Kerry who got 3 purple hearts and got shipped out of Vietnam in a few months.

    We had Gore who served in Vietnam as a typist.

    We have my buddy who did 3 tours in Nam as an army helicopter pilot flying rescue missions.

    If it comes down to military service my buddy is president.

    If it all hinges on military service then no color blind person will ever be president. No person with spina bifida will ever be president, no person that is 4ft tall will ever be president.

    If 1968-1973 is all that matters then God help us…

    00963745 12575 89 Wurm Sun, Sep 12, 2004 10:29:50pm

    tommoon, That is the way it should be…

    00965949 12591 24 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 3:20:39pm

    I am not convinced by this latest 1968 memo that you show to us. Although this is a form letter as you state and it is monospaced many huge leaps in technology occured in those intervening four years.

    In 1972 equipment did exist to print proportionally spaced documents. I think what you should be looking at is an example of a military document written a few years AFTER the 1972 and you can immediatly see the widespread use of fancy typeriters in the military.

    Take a look at this form letter from 1978.

    The form was created in August 1976.

    [Link: http://www.johnkerry.com…]

    I think this shows the “state of the art” in 1976.

    🙂

    00965957 12591 32 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 3:38:34pm

    Right Wing Animator,

    Nah, what I am saying that 1976 the military was not using proportional spacing for generating forms, let alone casual memos.

    Unless someone knows different…

    00965963 12591 38 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 3:46:28pm

    Nancy,

    Well my english may not be too good. But yes, I am saying that from the 1972 Bush memos to 1976 they went BACKWARDS in technology.

    That is why I put a 🙂 on my first post.

    00965968 12591 43 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 3:53:11pm

    Three 1972 ones are fakes, however the 04 May one I seem to remember seeing a long while ago. (the text that is…)

    My point was, CBS claims that the equipment was around in 1972. It wasn’t in widespread use in 1976 though…

    Go figgure

    00965972 12591 47 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 4:35:10pm

    levi from queens,

    Short for Octavius Wurm, bain of Indymedia and ridiculer of anarchists. (even though I can’t spell too good!)

    Also a loose associate of the Kobe Krew.

    In Continental USA but not American… 🙂

    00965976 12591 51 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 6:55:17pm

    #49, yep I quit.

    The documents are fake and nothing I do or say will change that fact.

    00966617 12596 42 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 5:18:08pm

    Image: doc9.gif

    Yes we know Bush was removed from flight status. That is a fact. An undisputed fact.

    Look at the date…

    Mebby the fancy typewriter broke???

    00966677 12596 102 Wurm Mon, Sep 13, 2004 6:08:28pm

    Well I am getting sick of this.

    I am bored to death looking at memos and forms and invoices and requests for toilet paper from Ellington AFB from 1972 to 1976.

    You know something really interesting?. THEY ALL ARE IN A FIXED FONT!

    Even the $#@%ing FORMS!!!

    The ONLY documents I have seen in a proportionally spaced font are the ones that seem to elaborate on the fact Bush wanted to move out of Texas for a while.

    Now some smart expert is going to show me a proportionally spaced memo from someone to someone complaining about the quality of ass wipe…

    What you guys NEED to do is get access to documents from Ellington in that time frame. Find one that is typed with the machine that typed the Bush documents, but is not related to Bush.

    I can’t…

    Mebby they just used that rinky-dink typewriter to type reports about Bush because it looked nice and Bush had political influence???

  29. Because olo says:

    Now you’re getting it…

  30. Octopus says:

    I wonder if Palin’s endorsement will help or hurt Trump. Here comes another bunch of unfunny Tina Fey-appearances on SNL, and then all the bashing in the self-identified Liberal MSM. Not that Trump would get less of that, if Palin didn’t endorse him.