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Len Colby

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  1. But I don't entirely disagree with Jim https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/facebook-censor-alex-jones-705766/
  2. LOL Stop spilling the beans [That was NOT a request. Disobedience can be fatal]
  3. Gee folks, lighten up, it was a joke. And no it didn't inspire the antagonism the naysayers feared. And a good way to improve the forum's tone would be to lay off the Twilight Zoney topics like the ones I cited and "two Oswald's" etc. "Fetter is no longer here to defend himself" because of his trollish behavior.
  4. The last 10 days or so have been quite "interesting". I'm not sure exactly how much time it's been, everything's a blur but I went on a bender for several days drinking copious amounts of Mescal and stayed awake the whole time by gulping down speed. I then spent several days in an isolation tank under the influence of peyote. This eventually led to an epiphany. FETZER & WHITE WERE RIGHT ABOUT EVERYTHING! - The Zapruder Film and all other images of the assassination were faked! - Greer shot JFK. -Madelne Brown is highly credible - The Moon landings were faked - Wellstone's plane was shotdown with a deathray -No planes struck the WTC or Pentagon. Those buildings were destroyed by space beams - WTC6 was gray - The Holocaust was a hoax - Paul McCartney died in a automobile accident in 1966
  5. LOL - Once again we see that no CT is too outlandish, stupid or impossible for the 'distinguished' professor. To the contrary the more outlandish, stupid or impossible the 'theory' the more likely he is to champion it.
  6. My month with chemtrails conspiracy theorists Standing between beds of golden beets and elephant garlic in the garden of Lincoln Hills, a small organic farm in Placer County, California, Tammi Riedl looks up and points to a stripe of white haze running across a cloudless blue sky. “See that?” she asks, raising her eyebrows. “What do you think that is?” I look up. The white stripe looks like a normal contrail of jet engine exhaust to me. But to Tammi, a 54 year-old organic farmer, it’s a “chemtrail”: a toxic cocktail of aluminum, strontium and barium sprayed from planes in a plot to control the weather, the population and our food supply. “See how it dissipates and becomes cloud cover?” she says. “That’s not normal.” I nod, unsure how to respond to this unexpected declaration, and Tammi resumes demonstrating how to cover crop rows with frost blankets. [...] https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/may/22/california-conspiracy-theorist-farmers-chemtrails
  7. Fetzer sez da Joooz did Sandy Hook https://www.thejc.com/comment/columnists/from-nonsense-to-indecency-1.40149
  8. Northfield pub puts free speech limits to the test January 21, 2015 — 9:10am [...] But when word got out that Butler invited conspiracy theorist Jim Fetzer to do a series of talks on historical events on which he holds controversial opinions, some customers revolted. They say that Fetzer is an anti-Semite because he also denies aspects of the Holocaust. Several residents sent notes to Butler saying they would stop frequenting his pub unless he canceled the talks. [...] http://www.startribune.com/tevlin-northfield-pub-puts-free-speech-limits-to-the-test/289227381/
  9. OK not exactly news, this is almost two years-old, or a surprise, but last timed I checked - a few years earlier - he was 'only' questioning the numbers but he finally went all the way to essentially denying the Holocaust ever happened. http://jamesfetzer.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-holocaust-narrative-politics-trumps.html
  10. I haven't the slightest. IIRC he was real world friends with Terry Mauro and Dawn Meredith, ask them
  11. Haha a fate far worse than death! False modesty aside sitting next to me is an enormous privilege. A PRIVILEGE I tell ya! (except when I'm excessively flatulent or fatuous)
  12. Brazilian Supreme Court justice leading a high level corruption investigation dies in a King Air C90 crash. A model very similar to the A100 Wellstone was flying in. Uga booga!! http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2017-01-23/king-air-crash-kills-brazils-car-wash-judge
  13. Only made it through the first minute or so the "dustructuon of the steel", "dancing Israelis" and Odigo nonsense have all been extensively discussed here . As I said Bollyn is a xxxx.
  14. Bollyn was fired by his fellow neo-Nazis for "filing false stories" and indeed there are numerous examples of lies in his articles about the Wellstone crash and 9/11. He also lied under oath at his trial. He isn't credible.
  15. Hahaha Doug! You posted this as a joke, right? Or did you really think this evidenceless collection of crazy nonsense from a Holocaust denying Fetzer sidekick was somehow worthy of consideration? PS - You posted this in the wrong forum
  16. So what exactly do the PTB what people distracted from now that they caused this topic to "rise to the surface" now, John?
  17. Apr 2, 2013 2:47PM ET 12 Million Americans Believe Lizard People Run Our Country Philip Bump Reuters / Atlantic Wire About 90 million Americans believe aliens exist. Some 66 million of us think aliens landed at Roswell in 1948. These are the things you learn when there's a lull in political news and pollsters get to ask whatever questions they want. Update, October 31: We've figured out who the government reptilians are, using science. Public Policy Polling has raised weird polls to an art form. During last year's presidential campaign, the firm earned a bit of a reputation for its unorthodox questions; for example, "If God exists, do you approve of its handling of natural disasters?" Today PPP released the results of a national survey looking at common conspiracy theories. Broken down by topic and cross-referenced by political preference, the results will not inspire a lot of patriotism. If you need to defend your fellow countrymen, be sure to note that the margin of error is 2.8 percent. We took the findings and arranged them from most- to least-believed. And, just to inspire additional shame, figured out how many actual Americans that meant must believe in things like the danger of fluoride in water. (28 million, if you're wondering.) [...] http://www.thewire.com/national/2013/04/12-million-americans-believe-lizard-people-run-our-country/63799/
  18. The obvious implication being there are different levels of classified. Geez! Was that too hard to figure out?
  19. I agree Madsen is a total crank but LOL, Ruppert calling someone else careless with the facts! How hilariously ironic.
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