Friday, April 21, 2017

Why I Ignore InfoWars

While mentioning a FEMA exercise for how to respond to a nuclear detonation over New York City (a unlikely, but not impossible event), InfoWars goes on:
The potential for a more explosive false flag to spin out of control, by hijacking and ‘converting’ the simulated actions, is all too real.

This is closely related to the mechanism that many researchers believe was at work on the day of 9/11, nesting a false flag attack inside of a series of large-scale training operations which invoked emergency powers and simulated attacks in locations that were actually hit.
Can someone tell me what that means?  It seems to say that 9/11 was a training exercise that was actually a false flag operation.  This is the sort of "9/11 didn't happen" stuff that the Left insisted on for some time.

One of the comments captures well the lunacy of their followers:
all nuclear tests are fake because the weapons dont and cant exist.


  1. These things are their own parody.

    Thanks for the post.

    I'm writing it off to click bait.

    Go there and all kinds of junk gets downloaded.

    Thanks again.

  2. Last year the publisher of my book on the US Nuclear Arsenal asked me to begin work on a 2nd edition (at present sales they have only some 2 years worth left in stock). Anyway, one of my plans for the update is to add a section on nuclear mythos to cover all these stories people have been promoting since the early 80s regarding US Nuclear arms. One such story comes from the Federation of American Scientists (run by a German) that literally states the hydrogen bomb is impossible. A couple of years ago an old man sent me a list of corrections to do to my book based on his experience as a "seaman" on a Navy Destroyer in 1962. The major change was he wanted me to put my book in-line with the writing of Richard Rhodes who's book on the Manhattan project is so loved by the Liberal left. All references to Implosion arms was to be dropped in favor of his salami bombs (and no Hydrogen weapons).

  3. Infowars editor-at-large Paul Joseph Watson: "About to check out Prague's vibrant gay scene! Excited!"

    With allies like these...