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We have questions and we need answers.

In particular, we need an answer to this question:

Are Walmarts all secret military bases that are linked by hundreds of miles of underground tunnels?

Some people say so.

Here’s a video of a bunch of different clips of Walmarts which suggest this is the case.

Here’s more proof.

Here’s various information about these tunnels.

Many people have been asking the Walmart Question.

That includes this woman from QAnon, who posted this video in April proving that Walmart is a part of the conspiracy. All these Walmarts that are getting shut down everywhere will be turned into FEMA camps, she says.

The Walmart Question is one almost everyone is afraid to ask, for fear of the Walmart Lobby accusing them of anti-Walmartism.

It’s time to ask it.

Seriously Tho

I don’t usually post this QAnon stuff.

I’ve known about the Walmart conspiracy for years. It’s actually pre-QAnon. If you search “Walmart underground tunnels” or “Walmart FEMA camps,” you’ll get blogs going back to at least 2013.

The obvious explanation for this is that a lot of the people that get into various conspiracy theories are working class people. Walmart is a big part of their lives, so it makes reasonable sense that they would start coming up with conspiracy theories about it.

All the way back before the internet got popular, I would listen to Coast to Coast AM and other conspiracy-oriented talk radio shows, and many of the callers were truck drivers. Some of the hosts were themselves truck drivers or former truck drivers. If you haven’t been in academia, and been completely shamed for ever thinking something different than what you’re told, you are more likely to come up with variant explanations for things. That’s what people mean when they say “these people are uneducated.”

Conspiracy theories are kind of like pre-scientific mythology, in that people form explanations for things based on the information they have. They fill in the blank spaces with whatever can’t be disproved. So, if you have a bunch of people who have weird experiences with Walmart, or experiences that they believe to be weird, which they do not have a satisfactory explanation of, they might start coming up with theories.

I’m pretty well-educated, in terms of being informed on various issues. I’m not like, Ultra Mr. Well-Read, but I can carry a conversation about most topics. Based on what I know, I can tell you that a lot of what gets classified as a “conspiracy theory” is just factual information that the media and government don’t want people talking about. This has gotten crazy in the last few years, with the media going so far as to claim that talking about “white replacement” is a conspiracy theory – even as the Democrats/Jews themselves openly talk about how they are replacing white people. Now they’re even saying that it’s a “conspiracy theory” that the coronavirus vaccine is gene therapy, and that it’s a conspiracy theory that people are dying from taking it.

But there are also real “conspiracy theories” that really are what the term sounds like – a theory about a conspiracy. It’s confusing to a lot of people, for good reason. The media is constantly talking about “fake news” and “conspiracy theories,” but they only have themselves to blame. The people have zero trust in them, because they just lie all the time, and accuse people of being “conspiracy theorists” for simply stating facts.

The media “fact-checkers” purposefully try to blur the lines between “does Joe Biden have dementia?” and “does McDonald’s use human meat?”

What happens is that people find out that something they were told is a “conspiracy theory” is actually just a fact the media doesn’t want people to know. They then start believing everything that is called a “conspiracy theory” must be true, because they’re being lied to so systematically by the media, and don’t have any other point of reference.

At this point, it is pretty safe to say that basically anything the mainstream media is pushing as a narrative is a lie. I don’t know of any narrative I’ve seen on the media recently that wasn’t some kind of hoax. But just because something is different than what the media says does not mean it is automatically true, and a lot of what gets labeled a “false conspiracy theory” actually is that.

A more useful tool is to look at what they censor. For a while, everything they were censoring was true. Despite the fact that they claimed to be “fighting disinformation,” they wouldn’t really bother to censor dumb conspiracy theories, which they actually often seem to be trying to direct people towards. However, censorship is so massive at this point, that I don’t think you can assume that just because something is censored it is true.

I was big into conspiracy theories early on in my life. So I have a better handle on this issue than most, and a way to approach it. You firstly have to be able to differentiate between the two types of things that are referred to by this term. If something is just a fact that you can confirm – such as that there is no proven link between HIV and the condition called AIDS – then you can just classify that as accurate facts.

However, if something really is a real “theory about a conspiracy,” then you need to learn how to analyze it and draw your own conclusions.

“Pizzagate” is a good example. People put together a bunch of facts about the Podestas, Comet Ping Ping, and so on (as well as previous information), and then came up with the theory that the elite are involved in a satanic pedophile cult. This is a “conspiracy theory” that is obviously true, but we don’t know the details, so it’s still technically a “theory” based on the facts we have.

There are other theories that are almost certainly not true, such as that all famous women are secretly trannies.

Or that the Wayfair furniture website is involved in trafficking kidnapped children for satanic rituals.

There are also ones that you can almost kind of understand, but just aren’t totally sure about, such as Sandy Hoax.

Jim Fetzer is the big Sandy Hoax guy – he was sued along with Alex Jones.

He does a lot of these sort of iffy conspiracy theories. I agree with him on probably 60% of what he says, but some of it I’m just kinda on the fence about.

I follow all of these theories, because I think that if nothing else, they’re interesting mind exercises. I don’t post about them very often, because:

  • I don’t want people to get the impression that I promote theories, and
  • Because I’ve seen too many people end up basically inducing schizophrenia by believing every conspiracy theory

People can get really, really wacky when they start believing all of this stuff. It actually happened to me personally, as I’ve written about. It took me years to go through everything, and come to the conclusions that I share here every day. So, I generally like to run the site with a policy of “just the facts.”

I like Andrew Kaufmann and Tom Cowen, and I think they have really good information about the coronavirus, but they also go into “viruses don’t exist” and maybe even “germs don’t exist.” I don’t think this really helps their arguments.

Some of these videos arguing for things that I know are wrong can be very convincing. I knew several people who, after Pizzagate happened, ended up moving into “full QAnon” territory, after they had been largely normal nationalist types. This is probably influenced by a certain personality profile. A lot of people who get super into these theories develop this strange condescending haughtiness, acting as if they are more intelligent than everyone on earth because they’ve discovered secret information. You see this a lot with the flat earth people, but also sometimes with the crisis actors people.

DallasGoldbug/Wellaware1 was a good example of this personality type. He was always condescending and acting like he was better than everyone because he figured out that all famous people were actually actors. He would act like people were stupid for not immediately accepting this rather outrageous claim.

For whatever reason however, I thought I should post this one about Walmart’s underground military concentration camp tunnels. Maybe it’s just because I wanted to pontificate on the nature of conspiracy theories.

I don’t know where “Walmarts are all military bases connected by underground tunnels to be used as shipping lanes for concentration camps” fits into the spectrum of likelihood. It doesn’t seem all that likely, but then again, it wouldn’t surprise me.

What I can say is this: they are already building concentration camps in Australia to supposedly “quarantine” those supposedly “infected” with the alleged “virus.” Anything they do in Australia is coming to America. As we know, anyone can test positive, so they can very easily start dragging whoever they want off to camps. What’s more, they’re ratcheting up all of this lunacy about “white supremacy terrorism,” and there is no way they would be doing that for no reason. Clearly, they are planning on causing some type of event, and blaming white people, and using it as an excuse for a really hardcore political crackdown.

They will not need Walmarts or tunnels to make this happen.


Walmarts do have big parking lots, and it would be easy to throw up barbed wire. The military has done all kinds of secret stuff, including underground bases.

So, if it turned out that we got drone footage of people being unloaded at a Walmart and disappearing, I wouldn’t be totally surprised.

But the main thing I would say about the Walmart conspiracy is that telling people about something like this would just make you look insane – and you can’t prove it.

You can on the other hand show them news reporting on coronavirus quarantine concentration camps being built across Australia.

You might still sound insane saying it, but you do better when you have documentation.

(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
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  1. During the Jade Helm summer of 2015, when Jim Fetzer was my co-host at False Flag Weekly News Jim insisted that all American dissidents would be locked up in Wal-Mart by mid-September. I scoffed. He doubled down. I bet him lunch that we would NOT be locked up in Wal-Mart by September 15. To Jim’s surprise, when September 15 rolled around and the Wal-Mart internment squads never kicked down our doors, he ended up having to buy me lunch.

    It was one of those bets you can’t lose, since if we had gotten locked up in Wal-Mart, buying Jim lunch would have been the least of my problems.

  2. revealing pix of the arch-conspirators @

  3. El Dato says:

    If something is just a fact that you can confirm – such as that there is no proven link between HIV and the condition called AIDS

    That’s a new one.

    There is also no proven link between Ebola and bleeding out of all orifices. It’s just that

    p(bleeding|Ebola) = high
    p(Ebola|bleeding) = also high

    It’s probably not the bleeding that generates the filovirus.

  4. Clyde says:

    Thanks for putting the time and effort into a fun post. I like the Wally World/underground bases and tunnels. My theory is that Walmart has stashed a few billion cubic yards of old dated merchandise in them, like George Foreman grills, Nordic-Tracks, elliptical exercisers, hula-hoops and yo-yos. Waiting for the day the ChiComs cut us off completely from trade.

    I always tried to ignore Q material as best I could. (Trump voter)

  5. @Kevin Barrett

    Anyone at all familiar with Special Forces training, including those that live in communities near them, would know that those kinds of things are fairly routine and relevant to their mission. I did not have any luck changing minds, though. But it didn’t seem as many people bit on that one.

    Still, there are plenty of conspiracies and hoaxes that happen every day.

  6. raga10 says:

    Anyone who thinks Walmarts are linked by hundreds of miles of secret underground tunnels should look at costs and resources required to build any civilian tunnel.

    Eurotunnel (31 miles long) ended up costing 21 billion dollars.

    Much more modest undertaking of building a tunnel across Sydney Harbour, 1.3km or less than a mile long took over half a billion.

    If you really think someone is building tunnels across the whole continent, please see a psychiatrist, now.

  7. Donny says:

    Walmart’s aren’t the FEMA camps. Hotels are. It’s why they build these things all over. They all are set up the same. Usually only 3 ways in. Main entrance and a door on each end. Easily staffed with guards. Etc. It’s why you see 7 million dollar hotels in some no name town. They can’t possibly even at \$100 a night justify it or make their money back. I get these days places are set up to lose money for tax reasons, but it’s not the whole story.

    If the government doesn’t have a plan to use hotels to quarantine people I would be really surprised. A FEMA camp could be anything. Why use a Walmart when that’s basically warehouse you could use for supplies. It’s also a great place to distribute whatever. Everyone in a community knows it and goes to it. You wouldn’t take over that big of a target and make it a camp. What happens when Joe Patriot drives to his local Walmart and it’s suddenly a FEMA camp? You don’t want the traffic or the attention. You bus people off to the middle of nowhere if a camp style place was your thing. Last thing you want is a camp surrounded by potential unfriendly’s in the middle of some town.

    Or you use hotels.

    • Agree: DaveE
    • Replies: @Briggs
    , @Alfred
    , @DaveE
    , @TitusAlone
  8. Donny says:

    The US is officially 34 TRILLION in debt. Do you really think all that money went to the pentagon? Roads? Whatever? I’m not saying they built tunnels with the money. I am saying someone is walking off with our money. Do you see any evidence for example anywhere of 7 TRILLION having been spent on covid? My 34 number doesn’t even include that 7. Some say the real debt number is closer to 60 trillion. Point is someone spent a lot of money and most likely it went to something very secret.

    • Agree: GMC, R.C.
  9. gay troll says:

    I for one am shocked to discover that Nelson Mandela and Morgan Freeman both have ears.

    • LOL: Barbarossa
    • Replies: @Badger Down
  10. NC says:

    My theory is that Walmart has stashed a few billion cubic yards of old dated merchandise in them, like George Foreman grills, Nordic-Tracks, elliptical exercisers, hula-hoops and yo-yos. Waiting for the day the ChiComs cut us off completely from trade.

    That’s the simplest explanation but it’s not necessarily the only true one. I’m thinking about this for the first time, but wouldn’t it be surprising if one of the largest logistics, shipping and supply networks in the world wasn’t in some way collaborating with the military? For that matter why is the walmart garden/outdoor center so huge and massively overbuilt with steel bars and high stone walls? I’d put the odds that some element of the military/government is making use of or has plans for walmart’s infrastructure for non-commercial purposes at >90%.

    Also, I’d hardly call George Foreman grills dated. It’s an essential product that I use almost everyday that saves time and keeps me from heating up the house with the oven in the summer. The finished grilled meat product is a far superior result to what you get with a conventual oven. They’ve also kept the product current by making the new grilling plates out of nonstick ceramic and inventing new add ons like panini presses and waffle makers. If you’re reading this and you’ve never tried a George Foreman grill, you don’t know what you are missing out on.

    • Thanks: Magic Dirt
    • Replies: @Drew
    , @Simon Tugmutton
  11. Don’t know about Walmart but the Mother of all DUMBs really is located beneath Denver International. It’s true, I swear.

    QAnon was brilliant. Even after realizing early on that a person with such a high clearance would be quickly fired/stopped/apprehended, it still fascinated me. I wonder if we will ever find out exactly who dreamed that up.

  12. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    “Apparently this guy Fetzer is on to us, so our best plan of action will be to stand down.”

  13. Anon[411] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jefferson Temple

    The murals at Denver airport are quite chilling too and defy any rational explanation.

    • Agree: Montefrío, R.C.
  14. Anon[807] • Disclaimer says:

    Dug by whom? Their underpaid and overworked employees? Lol.

    Besides, their underpaid workers would be the first to tell us with hundreds of cell phone shots. Walmart has so much employee turnover that they have no loyalty to the company.

    It’s a conspiracy theory, nothing more.

  15. Biff says:

    Politics is the art of the possible. As much as the dumbed down moronic public is so easily manipulated by the ruling elite, at the end of the day the rulers are still afraid of the masses. At such a point where the ruling elite has completely turned against the public and they start to gather them into concentration camps; their political clout could get entirely expended and a French like revolution could happen in a political instant – heads could roll.

    On the other hand, if the ruling elite were planning such an endeavor, they would have to divide the public into various ideological camps such as “the deplorables vs the serious people” or “white male terrorists vs the rainbow coalition” “Trump supporters vs the better half”.

    Any such signs of any of it happening?

  16. raga10 says:

    Dug by whom? Their underpaid and overworked employees?

    Don’t you know – Walmart employees are all in on it! In fact, their being underpaid and overworked is all just a cover, in reality they all draw huge salaries to the tune of trillions of dollars. In return they are so dedicated to the cause not only do they keep quiet, they also remove untold thousands of tons of materials dug up in the process by carrying it out in their pockets and then… I don’t know? Hiding it all at home in their basements, I guess?

    • LOL: Bro43rd, Dnought
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  17. According to Thomas Pynchon in Vineland, there is an underground military/intelligence facility running up and down the San Francisco Peninsula.

  18. “Andrew Anglin” is the pseudonym of General Mark Milley.

  19. There’s a Walmart near here built on the site of a Ford transmission plant built in the early 50s on land that had been the boyhood farm of an old deacon (RIP) at my parish. And it is known that there were underground facilities there. Supposedly to continue industrial production there underground in the event of war. The overwhelming majority of people would never know this, nor suspect it. The same goes for the potential existence of underground tunnel networks. The Chunnel is real, the undergrounds in cities like DC are real (and deep in places) What would really prevent these people from burrowing massive networks into the ground, and who would really care about it, know about it, or believe it?

    Walmart undoubtedly has a very sophisticated logistical system. I understand they have an underground storage facility near Jane, Missouri, a little town not too far from Bentonville but very rural, at least it was 10 years ago.

    There really is no reason to doubt that the public is kept almost completely in the dark about many things, as they were about the Manhattan project.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  20. The problem with forming tunnels linking Walmart stores is the small problem of cuttings disposal involving, based on the map above, trillions of tonnes of machined rocks, let alone dealing with underground water deposits, faults, active or not. It is essentially a mining operation and if you dig holes then where do you put the excavated dirt? Into local black holes?

    If you know nothing about mining and logistics, then this scenario would be a plausible movie theme in the Martrix Movie theaters for the gullible among us.

  21. Tesla says:
    @El Dato

    There are plenty of electromagnetic frequencies that will cause you to bleed out of your orifices. If someone is on the ground bleeding from their eyeballs, think EMF first.

    Oh, and Nobel prize winner Kary Mullis spent some time trying to find scientific peer-reviewed research that HIV causes AIDS. To no avail.

  22. “Ray Kroc, who bought McDonald’s from Mac and Dick McDonald in 1955, added his own assurances: “We couldn’t afford to grind worms into our meat,” he countered. “Hamburger costs a dollar and a half a pound, and night crawlers six dollars.”

    (Is) Worm Meat Used in McDonald’s Hamburgers?

    • Replies: @Resartus
    , @JM
  23. It is times like this that it pays to remember that both intelligence and psychological stability are relative. This reminds me that many people are simply incapable of understanding complex subjects in this life.

  24. Good work Agent Anglin.

    • LOL: Jack McArthur
  25. @raga10

    How many miles of tunnels has Elon Musk bored?

    He really does have the War Department financiers backing him. says he has a couple in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. You have to be some kind of a masochist to do construction in California. Also when he finished his first tunnel did he have a Satanic celebration with virgin sacrifice?

    The way to escape this is Vienna School Logical Positivism. Ignore all metaphysical objects. If you can’t put it into evidence in a legal case just don’t worry about it. The only problem with this is if some James Bond villain really means to depopulate the planet with a poisonous injection and has shanghai’d the system to administer it to you.

    My favorite recent internet conspiracy experience was Uyghur concentration camps. There was this fellow on medium who had like a dozen google earth photos before/after claiming they had hundreds thousands already locked up with plans for millions, like all the Uyghur males age 14-44. It was about as convincing as an internet post could possibly be. I posted links to it a couple times on reddit and on unz and on naked capitalism and every time within 30 minutes some person whose user id was almost virgin was calling it out as fake news which I am almost positive was real time Chinese info wars. I felt like I needed a shower after that.

    • Replies: @Antiwar7
  26. Now they’re even saying that it’s a “conspiracy theory” that the coronavirus vaccine is gene therapy, and that it’s a conspiracy theory that people are dying from taking it.

    China jumped on the bandwagon, which proves that they too are under control of the reptilians:

    China’s mRNA Covid Shot-Maker Expects Efficacy Data by Year End

    Nowhere to run now, better submit.

  27. My brother used to send me links from articles in the ‘Daily Stormer’ years ago. Initially I thought Andrew Anglin was a weird guy with weird ideas. Not any more. I look forward to Anglin’s articles and always read them enthusiastically.

    The point of this post is to note that some of us just don’t see what’s going on … often for years on end. It’s people like my brother and Anglin that saw the rot 20 years ago, and started to write and talk about it, Hat tip to you both.

    • Agree: Irish Savant
    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    , @anon
  28. @El Dato

    Of course, the \$1 million question – what actually does cause AIDS?

  29. Resartus says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    (Is) Worm Meat Used in McDonald’s Hamburgers?

    That question survived well into the ’80s, if not the early ’90s….

  30. Sure I can believe the Walmart tunnel conspiracy. Cost wouldn’t even be all that much. They stole the tunnels that Harriet Tubman dug for the underground railroad more than a century and a half ago.

    • LOL: raga10
  31. gottlieb says:

    I love the smell of conspiracy theories in the morning. Or cocktail hour. And it is interesting which we choose to accept or reject based upon our own biases and investigative instincts. JFK, Malcolm X, RFK, MLK, George Wallace, 911 are pretty easy to entertain as the work of public/private partnership conspiracy.

    The (Fake) Moon Landing? Some interesting anomalies, but I don’t want to believe it’s ‘fake.’ Too many science fiction stories read as a child.

    QAnon? It’s easy to believe the ‘elites’ are sexually perverted bloodsucking baby killers. But that Donald Trump is a caped crusader for good? It’s easier to believe the Earth was created in six days.

    Pandemic 2020? Is it a conspiracy of ‘bio-warfare’ or to ‘never let a crisis go to waste’ or a bumbling reaction by pervasive mediocrity in ‘leadership’ who like its constituency has lost the ability for common sense and critical thinking? Can anyone say the reactions to Pandemic 2020 were for the good of pubic health?

    Secret tunnel systems connecting military bases? Or Fema Camps? Or Walmarts? Or McDonalds? Well all those missing trillions from the Pentagon had to go somewhere. Did the Secret Space Program suck up all of it? Stranger things.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @Anonymike
  32. Jim H says:

    ‘Are Walmarts Secret Military Bases Linked by Hundreds of Miles of Underground Tunnels?’ — Andrew Anglin

    ‘Do Jews Contain Microchips?’ — this is just comment whoring, Blind Fred Reed style.

    • Replies: @mocissepvis
  33. My question is.

    Where are all the intake vents needed to supply fresh air for these tunnels?

    Find the intake vents and you have your proof.

    Next. Where are all the entrances to the tunnels?

    Look at all the tunnels you know about and travel through with vehicles.

    You’d think if these tunnels existed those entrances would stand out even to the dumbest of Walmart shoppers.

    NYC has the subway system and they are able to provide entrances for pedestrian traffic.

    Do all the connected Walmarts have these stairwells like that hidden in the back somewhere?

    You’d think someone that worked at Walmart would have spilled the beans by now and provided proof.

    You think the worker’s at Walmart sign blood oaths and Non-Disclosure Agreements?

    Provide evidence of vehicular tunnel entrances, air vents, and stairwells down to the tunnels and I’ll accept the premise.

    Even better yet provide video evidence from start to finish of going down into a tunnel.

    Kinda like people that believe in the flat Earth theory. Well, go to the edge of the flat Earth, take some pictures and report back with what you’ve seen.

    How hard can it get?

    That way we can see whether Atlas is holding up the world or Earth is riding on the back of a turtle.

  34. @Kevin Barrett

    I remember winning a modest bet with a co-worker in 1999 that the world won’t be destroyed on 1-1-2000; he did not pause to think how he would collect if he wins.

    • LOL: Jack McArthur
  35. @GazaPlanet

    The Chunnel is real, the undergrounds in cities like DC are real (and deep in places) What would really prevent these people from burrowing massive networks into the ground, and who would really care about it, know about it, or believe it?

    Tunneling takes a lot of specialized equipment, expertise and planning.

    You can’t just bring in a giant drilling machine at go to work.

    Even tunneling a quarter mile for an underpass is extremely expensive and only done if there are no other options.

    Every single major tunneling project has had massive cost overruns.

    So not a conspiracy that makes sense and it wouldn’t be possible to keep it a secret.

    The real conspiracy is Democrat/media/government collusion.

    • Agree: Alfred
    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  36. Virtually every family in America has a microwave and every microwave has a lighted digital time display and inside of every lighted digital time display is a tiny camera and microphone so it you are engaged in coitus in your kitchen any person – from Jeffrey Toobin to that Gutfield guy on Fox – can watch and hear what you are doing.

  37. Conspiracy theories, lovely stuff. I lived long enough to learn that conspiracies are everywhere. From the very simple, telling my girl, really, I dont like to go to your friends party, as you know, I hated the last two. Ill give her a call telling I am not well, send her a card. Can you confirm to her I am really am in no shape to come to her party? Sure, will do if you come to the next one again. Simple conspiracy and she will believe it.

    The friend will utmost likely believe that conspiracy and considers it fact. After all, Ill be coming to her next party. Even if she doesnt believe it, the friend has all the incentives to play along.

    That is how I approach most conspircacy theories that are more complex then that example. My favorite conspiracy theory turned fact is the Manhattan project. A couple of hunderd thousand were involved and almost non knew the whole picture before they died (and I am sure some parts of it are still unknown).

    That there are government based conspiracies is a fact. I seen many exposed eventually. Even ones I considered to be quite unlikely. That made me doubt in the ”conspiracy theory likelyhood model” I developed. To super summarise it;

    – Most likely a conspiracy since all or most alleged participants in it have the means and motive to keep it hidden. The countours of it are quite visible as well if you connect the dots.
    – Medium likely, some of the alledged participants have opposite interests but the rest of the above is there. After all, the bennefits could more then offset their losses (or good old blackmail)
    – Very unlikely but not totally dismissable. Example of that one. Here in Holland for 15! years it was alledged that our IRS was targeting so called subsidy frauds and destroying their lives in tens of thousands of cases. Turned out there were ”hidden” incentives. So after 15 years, destroying tens of thousands of families it all turned out to be true. For the ones wanting to know what they were, the politicians wanted to test AI and subsidy frauds prevented would be a good cover (I fell for that one). Also turned out that there were hidden incentives at the IRS for workers that held their ground against people that claimed they were wrongly treated. If you read between the lines, a case can be made the media was told, ignore this or you wont get new ”leaks” and other juicy stories.
    – Last are conspiracy theories that are so far out that I wont look at all. Like the earth is flat or we are ruled by alien reptillians or there is planet X that will destroy us.

    Well, that is my 2 cents. Thanks for reading and wonder what your thoughts are on this controversial topic dear reader of this comment.


    • Thanks: Malla
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  38. The Walmart angle is immaterial. The U.S. has been building DUMBs

    Deep Underground Military Bases.

    It got started with the MX missile program back in the 1980s, where they snookered the Soviets by limiting the number of missiles and warheads per missile. The trick was that they built many more missile silos than missiles so that the Soviets couldn’t tell which silos had missiles inside.

    The silos were connected with underground rail. The Tunnels were built using nuclear powered subterrenes. They melt the rock creating a glass like water proof lining. The tunnels are big enough in diameter for two semi trucks to pass each other easily.

    The nuclear subterrene (rhymes with submarine) was designed at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, in New Mexico. A number of patents were filed by scientists at Los Alamos, a few federal technical documents were written — and then the whole thing just sort of faded away.Or did it?Nuclear subterrenes work by melting their way through the rock and soil, actually vitrifying it as they go, and leaving a neat, solidly glass-lined tunnel behind them.

  39. If you are into Grand Unified Conspiracy theories then the Devil’s Advocate movie rather than the Matrix seems the least worst.

  40. anon[160] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    Of course, the \$1 million question – what actually does cause AIDS?

    Exposure to WalMart tunnel dust while eating a McD’s human-flesh burger.

  41. @Hapalong Cassidy

    Of course, the \$1 million question – what actually does cause AIDS?

    Being gay sure helps.

    • Replies: @HbutnotG
  42. fnn says:

    Welcome to Post-America.

  43. ricpic says:

    I may not believe every part of any conspiracy theory but I believe no part of The Establishment line on anything.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  44. If there is a Wal-Mart tunnel network, you can bet that it’s probably for China or Mexico.

    Be careful not to scoff at such things. Why? Because all the media, cops and even the FBI said there were no underground tunnels under the McMartin Preschool. The tunnels were discovered when the school was torn down…

    Media accused kids of making up the tunnels and the abuse.

    • Thanks: GazaPlanet
    • Replies: @American Reader
  45. Truth says:

    The vaccine is a lethal injection that was created to kill you, in a few year’s time, after they have injected as many people as possible with it.

    Your slavemasters have built a new, technologically-dominated world which does not require so many brainwashed slaves, especially those who will be collecting government benefits without paying taxes.

    In two years or so, those of you are vaccinated and sick, but have not died yet, will be offered a miracle cure for all that ails you. One small downside; you will have to pledge allegiance to the anti-Christ. There is no running from it or avoiding it, as it is called not a One (region, city, county, state, country) Government, but a One WORLD Goverment. Most of you reading this and have taken the lethal injection, will be somehwere between unmoved, confused and angry, because there is nothing that can be said to counteract 50-or-so-years of televised propaganda.

    Anyway, who is Alabama opening the season against? I’m looking forward to watching that freshman QB.

    • Agree: John Wear
    • Replies: @raga10
    , @jsm
  46. @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque

    Gee, I wonder if they can hear me ripping farts or burping the alphabet?

    If anything they probably have some good footage of me scratching my ass. You know, really digging in there deep to scratch that itch from a little bit of shit left over after using that Made in China toilet paper.

    You’ll probably also see me on youtube digging for diamonds from my hook nose in the near future.

    And, I wonder if people with foot fetishes like the Pope will enjoy watching me clean out the smegma between my toes.

    Oh well, to each his own.

  47. anon[220] • Disclaimer says:

    Now I’m getting nostalgic for all the Y2K hysteria.

    Where is WalMart storing their electric-powered guillotines imported from France?

  48. @Tesla

    It was all a scam to direct research dollars to Tony Fauci and his cronies.

    AZT was created in the ’60s and repurposed to sell to degenerate homosexuals under the guise it would cure them of HIV. Instead it ended up killing the colon punchers just like Remdesivir kills COVID diagnosed patients in hospitals today.

    In the old days they used to say degenerate sexual libertines died of “The Comsumption.” The gay homosexual lifestyle involves multiple risky sexual partners. Meaning your chances of catching all types of sexually transmitted diseases is guaranteed. Not all of which can be cured with a shot of antibiotics. The lifestyle also involves use of various illegal drugs such as cocaine, crystal meth and steroids. With the vast majority being injected. Along with that comes a lousy diet devoid of essential nutrients and endless empty calories.

    So, in reality they’re burning themselves out and die at a young age.

    What they’re really dying of is what they used to call beri-beri. Beri-beri is actually a lack of the essential vitamin B1. Beri-beri can be mis-diagnosed as a virus infection. And, before the discovery of vitamin B1 symptoms of beri-beri were diagnosed as a virus.

    • Replies: @aj54
  49. Anonymous[246] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    AIDS is a moral disease

  50. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    If a teenager can burn the alphabet and run the forty yard dash under five seconds, has a vertical leap of more than 38 inches and can bench press 250 pounds nine times, he will qualify for a full athletic scholarship to any HBC in America – including Texas Southern.

    If he can swim, they pay hm a \$200 weekly stipend and make him the President of the College.

  51. cassandra says:

    Trying to suppress “conspiracy theory” ideas amounts to trying to stamp out intelligence. A human with a working brain, when confronted by a curious event, will immediately try to come up up with an explanation that makes sense of the phenomenon, even before checking out veracity. This isn’t “nutty”; it’s the way our minds are wired.

    In fact, the use of science, and more broadly, the invention of critical thinking, were historical developments that transformed these tendencies from wellsprings of folklore and mythology, into directed channels for finding reliable truth.


    The inclination toward inventing explanations was channeled into the activity of constructing hypotheses. A sensitivity to notice discordant phenomena, and the ability to conjure not just one but a multiplicity of explanations, are certainly scientific talents, even though they may share features with mental imbalance. The entry of critical thinking resolves this ambiguity

    That contribution is (1) the realization that we can’t tell whether our ideas are true or false based on how marvelously imaginative they may be, but (2) discipline and effort are necessary to decide which if any have actual merit. Deductive examination is appropriate, in situations where the rationale for believing something can be traced back to firmer foundations; otherwise direct investigation, called experimentation in science, may be necessary.

    In contrast, politics generally attempts to persuade people to adopt attitudes using consensual (i.e., tribal) thinking. Popular belief in “scientific” evidence originates more from Ash Conformity than science proper, and many find agreeing with proclamations of “experts”preferable to having independent opinions.

    You wouldn’t want people to think you’re wearing a tinfoil, “anti-vaxxer” hat, would you?

    The final point is that to shut down any idea as a “conspiracy theory”, without understanding why adherents hold the belief, prioritizes tribal judgment over reason, and presages a return to the Dark Ages. How many of the Trump-deranged actually understand why deplorables support Trump?

    Oligarchs find it much more convenient for their subjects’ opinions to be guided by elite consensus than their own critical thinking, and discourage the latter whenever possible. Consider the examples of Socrates, Galileo, or Giordano Bruno.

    • Agree: dimples
  52. Franz says:

    A bit of history helps.

    Hitler’s special ops had entire underground FACTORIES in the final days of the war, in what is now the Czech Republic. Started with natural caverns, cleared by machinery a bit more, plenty of room.

    Looking at an ancient US highway map, one of the advantages of collecting old books, there used to be TONS of wayside money-makers offering to show you the local Deep Underground for a small fee. All over the country but mostly out in the sticks.

    That was about the middle of the 20th century. Where did they all go? All you’d really have to do is buy them up as the old timers died off and build connector routes here and there.

    Where the deep installation at Raven Rock Mountain Complex, Pennsylvania, lots of kids can recall hiking and playing in the 1920s, like my grandmother. All sealed off now. Lots of played out mines all over the world are perfect bunkers and underground bases. Most of the work is already done.

    Some are really amazing: The old salt mines in Cleveland, Ohio now stretch miles out under Lake Erie. A base under there wouldn’t be noticed, the mines have been worked for generations. But in close proximity is a Naval research station and a NASA facility. Maybe a connection?

    Underground caverns with tunnels to cities is no problem; the US deep state has had decades and unlimited funds to do anything. Whether they did or not I would not know.

    • Agree: SteveRogers42
    • Replies: @GMC
  53. raga10 says:

    The vaccine is a lethal injection that was created to kill you, in a few year’s time, after they have injected as many people as possible with it.

    Speaking for myself, if I wanted to depopulate the world I would just develop a virus to kill as many as quickly as possible (having also developed a vaccine for myself, of course).

    But that’s not how a Super Villain mind works: what they do is first create a bogus (or possibly real, there seems to be no agreement on that) virus that might or might not kill anyone, and *then* they create a bogus vaccine they will trick you into taking, or maybe force you to take, so they can kill you a few years later.

    And why would they do it this way? So they have more time to rub their hands while laughing diabolically, of course!

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @dimples
    , @Truth
  54. If the Walmart’s are secret military bases, I think they must’ve filled in the tunnel to my local one. Most of the employees at my local Wal Mart are borderline retarded individuals who would have difficulty walking and chewing gum at the same time. If there’s any plans to use them as shock troops, they would have a hard time overcoming the local shopping center’s mall cop.

  55. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    Isn’t it obvious?

    The tunnels are vented by other tunnels, through which the debris was also removed. The ones through the crust that lead to the hollow earth. Duh.

  56. dimples says:

    “Expert conspiracy analyst” A. Anglin takes on the Walmart Tunnels, previous efforts include the Covid-19 hoax and the Pentagon’s fake alien agenda.


    “What I can say is this: they are already building concentration camps in Australia to supposedly “quarantine” those supposedly “infected” with the alleged “virus.” Anything they do in Australia is coming to America.”

    No. No. Its the other way around. Anything they do in America sadly eventually comes to Australia. Australian quarantine camps cost billions to pay for all the mod-cons. Frankly I’d be quite happy to interned in one, my standard of living would increase substantially. But probably they will eventually copy America and just use shopping mall car parks and barbed wire.

  57. dimples says:

    No, they are following the plot of the TV series Utopia, where a fake virus scare allows the plotters to inject the sheep with a sterility inducing “vaccine”. The plan is to depopulate the herd as humanely as possible.

  58. “I get these days places are set up to lose money for tax reasons”

    I have been hearing this sh*t forever.

    It makes no sense.

  59. Truth says:

    A scientist explained to me, that as a rule, airborne viruses are severly compromised as weapons because they are too weak, and too inconsistent (the body’s natural defense systems are highly underrated). In order to cause mass destruction, you have to get it into the bloodstream. And the point (for all of you atheists) to understand, is that they want you to die, but to be damned to eternal hell first. This takes a sick population begging for a cure.

    • Replies: @raga10
    , @GMC
    , @DaveE
  60. Briggs says:

    >There are other theories that are almost certainly not true, such as that all famous women are secretly trannies.

    Oh sweet child.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  61. Briggs says:

    I don’t believe in any of this stuff because I just feel like it’s utterly pointless. America is a rapidly mutting, rapidly latin-americanizing, fattening, negrified shithole where the average IQ drops significantly and millions of third world brown people flood in every single year. The country will be brazil 2.0 soon. Having these sophisticated advanced camps and shit would be pointless lmao.

    • Replies: @InnerCynic
    , @Maddaugh
  62. raga10 says:

    A scientist explained to me, that as a rule, airborne viruses are severly compromised as weapons because they are too weak, and too inconsistent

    It sounds to me like a problem that could be overcome in a lab. Flu for example can be pretty deadly (you’ve heard of Spanish Flu, I take it?) and as to whether flu is technically airborne or not, I am not going to argue – it doesn’t have to be injected directly into bloodstream, that’s the point.

    • Replies: @Truth
  63. “…A lot of people who get super into these theories develop this strange condescending haughtiness, acting as if they are more intelligent than everyone on earth because they’ve discovered secret information. You see this a lot with the flat earth people…”

    Thank you! Yep, flat earth people…geocentrists as well (who buy into the notion that Kepler was wrong about Earth’s positioning because his mother was a “witch”….–from the book called “The Earth is Not Moving”, which also uses “Joshua’s Long Day” and some NASA data to “prove” the sun revolves around the Earth as well as the rest of the universe…). I’d say Magellan who circumnavigated the globe proved the Earth was round, and I’d say that since parallel lines never meet then the Earth cannot be mathematically flat…but they’ll use the Book of Enoch (“4 corners of the Earth..”) to “prove” the earth is flat, among other misinterpretations….

  64. You missed my favorite conspiracy theory: every group-level inequity is caused by systemic racism. Racism makes Blacks bad at school and Asians good at school. Racism makes Blacks good at basketball and Asians bad at basketball. Blacks beat up Asians – systemic White racism and White Supremacy.

    But more importantly, where’s my mother-f-cking Jew gold? What did I do to piss you off, Elders of Zion? If there’s a Jew conspiracy to rule the world how did I get left out? WTF!

    Shutting down the world for a virus with an IFR well below 1% (that’s killing primarily the weak and elderly). Right wing conspiracy theories and spineless Republicans. The Democrats and the greater left have just gone f-cking insane with their woke Negrolatry and Globo-homo nation wrecking agenda.

    I blame humans. All of them. I thought I was right wing but maybe I’m just anti-human.

    Giant Meteor 2024. Just end it already.

    • Agree: fish
  65. Schuetze says:

    Catherine Austin Fitts has been talking about the \$21 Trillion black budget for years. She asserts that there are complete portfolio’s of hidden technology. I find many of her ideas, which most normies would claim are “conspiracy theories”, to be highly credible.

    One thing is certain, there are massive underground complexes, and there is a black budget to finance it. Area 21 would be one example. Whether one, many, or most Walmarts are somehow connected to some kind of grid I cannot say for certain. I am very skeptical that these bunkers can be connected by massive tunnels going hundreds of miles simply because the maintenance costs, and effort, would be prohibitive.

    • Replies: @dimples
  66. Why would the gubmint need to dig trillions of dollars worth of tunnels plus which deal with the most likely unsolvable problem of the astonishing amount of plumbing and wiring they’d encounter when you can already go from one Walmart to the next by driving to it?

    • Replies: @raga10
  67. @Donny

    someone is walking off with our money

    Epstein, Silverstein, Zakheim, Adelson? Any other suspects?

    • Replies: @A Half Naked Fakir
  68. @gay troll

    Custom crafted ones at that. None of your \$2.97 mass-produced Walmart rubbish!

  69. @Louis Hissink

    Why, for God’s sake would anyone bother with “tunnels” here.
    Assuming Walmart’s were turned into “camps” how or why would the government bother with hiding the transfer of detainees (& other matters) between camps, when 100 of K’s of people are being arrested/disappeared etc, etc . By that point the need for secrecy should have well & truly passed. (the millions of miles of razor wire around d all these “shops”, search lights, armed guards, might be a bit of a hint.)

  70. @ricpic

    “What happens is that people find out that something they were told is a “conspiracy theory” is actually just a fact the media doesn’t want people to know. They then start believing everything that is called a “conspiracy theory” must be true, because they’re being lied to so systematically by the media, and don’t have any other point of reference.”
    I think AA is on to something here. Since the internet (at least) people have come realise just how much the Gov’ & Elites have been LYING to us.
    They are congenital LIARS. Given that, people will naturally try to make sense of the world on the basis of the essential, indisputable fact that
    they lie

  71. GMC says:

    Good point Franz. There is new survey imagery technology that can see beneath the ground. The US Gov/Military has the system and uses it all over the world, most likely for devious reasons. I would presume that it was designed with tax dollars, but the public or private sector will never get their hands on it. lol However , this technology would certainly answer any conspiracy theories about vast tunnel systems, underground rail ways, camps etc. etc. etc.

    • Replies: @Resartus
  72. Dumbo says:

    Ok, I’ll bite.

    Walmart tunnels.

    No idea about that one. Seems far-fetched.

    No link between Hiv and AIDS.

    That was, I think, mostly proven years ago. Kary Mullis talked about that a lot. But what’s the cause? Well, there was a theory years ago that too much anal sex causes changes in the intestinal flora (besides other problems) that make gays more prone to catch all kinds of diseases.

    but they also go into “viruses don’t exist”

    I think viruses exist, but perhaps they don’t work exactly in the way we are told. As we know, they are not living organism, but substances reproduced by our own cells. I think we still don’t know a lot about their actual functioning. The “virus causes all diseases” is a convenient explanation, but I don’t think it’s as straightforward. There’s a lot of mystery about why some people get infected and some not.

    such as that all famous women are secretly trannies.

    There was a YouTube channel, “Slave New World”, which was very entertaining, and promoted that crazy theory. Unfortunately it was deleted by YouTube on the grounds that it “promoted hate”. Anyway, I don’t think it’s mostly true, but it’s true that there are a lot of transgenders among celebrities and politicians, some open, some that we don’t know about.

    moon landing

    I’m kinda divided on that one. It seems to be mostly a propaganda operation in the context of the Cold War. On the other hand, it seems it would be a very hard thing to pull. Still, I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a big fake thing, like 9/11, but, like 9/11, we’ll never know.

    mRNA therapy that kills people

    I don’t think it’s mostly about killing people. I think the main objective of the vaccines and vaccine passport stuff is simpler: money and power. Sell billions of vaccines every six months, and increase government power and bureaucracy, collect a huge amount of data from people, from their point of view, what’s not to like?

    Plus, if you look at the “swine flu scare” of 1976, and the problems caused by mass vaccination on that one (the vaxx killed or paralyzed way more people than died of the “swine flu”), Covid seems just a more successful attempt of the same operation.

    • Replies: @Ann K.
    , @David B
  73. GMC says:

    All they have to do is mix a heavily diluted amount of sain in the atmosphere , along with a weak virus and this will eventually take out your lungs or brain. I’m sure the NWO death squads have used many different techniques – Recently, to quiet the ” non believers”.

    • Replies: @Alfred
  74. For many many months one of the Two Walmart super centers in town was closed. I actually lost track of how many months it had been because it went on for so long. They said it had something to do with the plumbing or such thing but that just seemed stupid. You mean to tell me that you shut down a very profitable and busy store to do plumbing work? Thats absurd! When they reopened it was as if nothing had happened and there was only superficial remodeling that every other store would have done on the fly.

  75. @Briggs

    The country IS the “camp”.

    • Agree: Briggs
  76. We had an urban legend at my college that the dorms and the classroom buildings were linked by tunnels, but they were closed off because a girl got raped there.

    The story was told and retold, and nobody really believed it… until my 3rd or 4th year when they opened the tunnels back up.

  77. @Hapalong Cassidy

    A recreational drug called: amyl nitrite a.k.a “poppers”.

    AIDS: Nitrite inhalants called “poppers” are receiving renewed attention by researchers regarding the drug’s role in the gay community, its contribution to risky sexual behavior, and its ability to fuel the AIDS epidemic. Research shows the effects of poppers cause a euphoria that can reduce inhibitions, increase sexual drive, and intensify the sensations of orgasm. Poppers have been associated with a decrease in condom use. In addition, research has found that popper use suppresses natural killer (NK) cell function, which increases vulnerability to infectious agents, produces sustained alterations in the immune system, and may be a Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS) cofactor. The combined data implicate that the use of poppers may well pose as a significant risk factor for seroconversion.

    There’s plenty more to read online about that drug as it relates to AIDS.

  78. JM says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Yeah, but that implies he actually did the costing…hmmmmm…

  79. Alfred says:
    @El Dato

    That’s a new one.

    Many virus experts agree that HIV might be a passenger virus – something that comes along with the real cause of AIDS. There are other diseases that seem to lead to conditions similar to AIDS – but with the patient not showing HIV in their blood.

    Duesberg hypothesis

    The fact that the scientist Peter Duesberg was so prominent until he made this hypothesis – and was demonised afterwards – is all you need to know. Too many other scientists had financial interests in the HIV/AIDS hypothesis.

    “They can’t pooh-pooh me now, because of who I am,” he (Kary Mullis) says with a chuckle – and by all accounts, he’s using that power effectively.

    Actually, Mullis very conveniently “died” in August 2019 – he was very effectively silenced.

    Covid-19 Nobel Prize Winner Pcr Test Inventor, Kary Mullis Exposes Myth Of Aids/covid-19 (video)

    • Thanks: GMC
  80. Alfred says:

    They can’t possibly even at \$100 a night justify it or make their money back. I get these days places are set up to lose money for tax reasons, but it’s not the whole story.

    Many of these hotels pretend to have lots of clients to the tax authorities so as to whitewash drug money. The drug dealers are propping up these hotels.

    Here is a book written on this subject many years ago. I really enjoyed reading it. Similar schemes operate for small banks that go bust.

    Black Money

    • Thanks: Polemos
  81. @Briggs

    I’m surprised Truth didn’t counter that as that is a conspiracy he most definitely believes in.

    • Replies: @Truth
  82. DaveE says:

    Point is someone spent a lot of money and most likely it went to something very secret.

    Well put, thanks. The loot sure as hell did NOT go to our manufacturing sector, that’s for sure. Since we don’t make anything anymore, maybe Walmarts serve double duty: 1.) Getting us fat on easy stuff made in elsewhere and 2.) slaughterhouses when the herd needs to be culled.

  83. DaveE says:

    I have some personal evidence that hotels are used to house convicts convicted of lower-level offenses, to introduce crime and decadence into once respectable rural (read: white) towns.

    “OK, Dynno, you got two choices. Two weeks in the joint or six-months paid “rehab” in Montana. What’s your choice?”

  84. DaveE says:

    Yes. Oxygen is the most reactive component of our atmosphere and reacts with most viruses quickly and renders them inert or severely compromised. Direct-injection into the bloodstream is an ENTIRELY different ballgame. Viruses induce panic and panic induces the jab and the jab does the dirty-work.

    That’s what they mean by a three-part “vaccination”.

    • Replies: @Truth
  85. Meh. The best use of Walmarts would be for pre-positioning weapons, ammunition, and WRSK caches. As the Author correctly notes, one can quickly put up fencing from the overstocked garden centre and unroll a bit of barbed or concertina wire (lovingly called NATO-Draht in some corners of Europe), and voilà you quickly have Fire Base “Your Town” to support the Blue Helmets and Black Helicopters sent in to suppress your feeble local resistance.

    Whether or not a conspiracy theory is true, the one certain fact is that they are almost always more entertaining than the reality of a situation. It is far more entertaining to attribute to evil that which is merely the result of mere cupidity or stupidity.

    If John Q. Citizen believes something wrong is afoot, it it a Conspiracy Theory, but when it becomes incontrovertible that something wrong is indeed afoot, TPTB turn all Coincidence Theory on us, to wit:

    Conspiracy Theory: John Q. Citizen believes COVID vaxxes are part of a binary bio-weapon cocktail that will begin to slowly depopulate the Earth; or, less jaded John Q. Public is hesitant to take said vaxxes because they are based on relatively untested novel genetic technology.

    Coincidence: More than 13,000 deaths have been recorded in CDC VAERS over ten month for persons who have one or more doses of COVID vaxxes, which is 98 times the deaths recorded annually for flu vaxxes, and approximately the death total for all prior vaxxes since VAERS was set up thirty+ years ago. And VAERS reports have been found by Harvard researchers to only account for one to ten percent of the total vaccine adverse events actually occurring.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  86. Drew says:

    “For that matter why is the walmart garden/outdoor center so huge and massively overbuilt with steel bars and high stone walls?”

    The garden center is huge because it has to accommodate a widely variable inventory, a large portion of which is moved by forklift. Stuff gets moved the pallet load, so there has to be plenty of space for maneuvering.

    The reason it has steel bars and stone walls is the same reason the rest of the store is built with steel bars and stone walls: structural integrity. If you pay attention to the ceiling next time you’re Walmart, you’ll note there are similarities in how the ceiling supports are laid inside versus the garden center. Essentially, the garden center is built like the interior, except it doesn’t have stucco walls and a metal roof.

  87. Antiwar7 says:
    @Morton's toes

    The Uyghur allegations are made up, by American regime change forces. Just read some of these articles debunking it And dude, I’m an American.

  88. SafeNow says:

    “Invisible Squids in Your Commode Cause those Flabby Thighs”

    “250,000 die every year in US from Medical Negligence.”

    One of the above is a fictitious tabloid headline; a contest-winner to invent a fake tabloid headline. The other is a true Johns Hopkins study.

    • Replies: @Simon Tugmutton
  89. The only way to end the “delta” variant, and any new variants, is to end the administration of the fake vaccines.

  90. @Hugo de Groot

    The way the government of the Netherlands are acting lately, you’d think they are the Dutch Mafia.

  91. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    We are well on the way to having laws passed against anything the left designates ‘a conspiracy theory’ with prison time for those who express a banned theory. Want to cite hard evidence that runs contrary to the holohoax narrative? Head to prison for a hate crime. Did you say Israel was involved in 9/11? Off you go.

    • Agree: Peripatetic Itch
  92. @NC

    +1 for the grill.

    The videos are odd, to say the least.

  93. Andreas says:

    I like Walmart. Walmart gives back. I was just there. They greeted me with enthusiasm. They sprayed down my cart killing all the covid germs. Then they wiped it dry. No one persecuted me for not wearing a mask. I got an entire bin of UNZ’s pretzels from their clearance rack for \$1. The big guy in the electronics department knew what he was taking about. They let people stay overnight in their massive parking lots. Parking lots that are large enough for military aircraft. Wealthy RVer’s and homeless alike. That’s social justice and equity. People with no other place to go die in their cars at Walmart. It happens all the time. I would like to think that Walmart covers the cremation costs. Isn’t that nice? When I’m at Walmart I feel like a real American. I’m going to retire early from all the money I’ve saved there. Let’s get real. How could such an altruistically driven company be complicit in a sinister conspiracy to operate a huge network of underground concentration camps? I just don’t buy it.

    • LOL: Realist
    • Replies: @Ray P
    , @Barbarossa
  94. Alfred says:

    heavily diluted amount of sain

    Hello mate, Did you mean rain?

  95. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Where there’s smoke there’s fire. Almost all of these CT’s have at least a grain of truth to them. Gulf of Tonkin, 9/11, etc, all really were false flags with obvious motives. In other cases the ends aren’t as apparent. The camps in Australia are outrageous but get built anyway. If the decision makers in the US decide now’s the time to attack Iran they’ll engineer an incident in which Americans get killed so as to stir up some anger. There’s probably a lot of people whose job it is to discredit CT by muddying the waters, introducing outlandish stories so as to confuse people and discredit the whole category. The people who have been running the US had no compunction about getting thousands of sitting duck Americans killed at Pearl Harbor and 9/11 so there’s nothing beyond them.

  96. Resartus says:

    There is new survey imagery technology that can see beneath the ground.

    Plenty of shows about caves, mines, shelters etc shown on a regular basis….
    It was stated, that humans have dug, expanded caves etc to the point…
    There are more “Underground” areas than there are highways on earth….

    Nuclear shelters have been turned into Churches, pool facilities etc etc
    Mines have been converted to kayaking/biking/hiking facilities…

    Yes, there are 1,000s of miles of underground, some natural some man-made,
    designed and built for 100s of reasons…..

    • Replies: @raga10
  97. The JEEWWWS, of course!

    Seriously, I think most conspiracy theories are actually created as red herrings by people who do have something to hide. Thus, any revelation of the truth can be easily shrugged off. Similarly, “HIV does not cause AIDS” sounds like the thing a faggot would claim after infection a bunch of other people.

  98. I love conspiracy theories. If you can be a collector of them, then I am one. They always start with a legitimate question of something that just seems a tad off. Walmart is the epitome of all things off. Walmart would be good place to pick up human test subjects for whatever evil deed people like the feds need them for. That or Walmart is feedlot for the soul and body of the human cattle. Unlike cattle feedlots, the Walmart ones are left to wattle to their individual box stalls for their junk filled slumber. Are there tunnels underneath? Definitely for the real rats. Maybe even FBI types like full time informers and gaslighter. Arguably they are real human rats. But tunnels to every Walmart? That’s quite a bit of dirt that need to disappear. Hmm…is that what the Mars missions are for? Or is all that dirt stuffed inside the Kardashian-Jenner butts?

  99. Maddaugh says:

    It seems to me that MSM and Social Media will ruin this country faster than anything else physical or otherwise which we may conceive.

    What with YooToobe and all these other platforms everyone is now a star, political commentator, expert or whatever else they choose. Like everything else its all utter shit.Yesterday at the coffee shop I sat next to a guy listening to a “News Update” which consisted of a computer voice reciting all the “news” we have heard over and over again for the past month. Halfway through my donut I had to leave or I would have lost my mind.

    In addition we have these wacky opinions complete with indisputable proof. One for example is that Biden is not really in the White House, is not really President but hiding out in a replica on a Hollywood studio lot.

    What with the Corona shitdown,more people are at home with nothing to occupy their minds so they watch this rubbish day after day. I have well educated and well heeled friends that TRULY believe the world is going to end because of climate change. There are other people we all know who spend all fucking day looking at the silly and irrelevant photos of others. Their index finger is more formidable than their middle finger. Flick up, flick down, left, right to make sure you get every shot of Aunt Sally’s breakfast at Dennys. Last weekend, after not seeing a friend for a while I visited and was “entertained” by his wife going over video after video of cute animals the crowning ones being of a a furry dog eating a lemon and a cat taking a shit in the toilet and flushing. Some of these flicks had 61M views ! My Bro tells me this starts from the time she wakes up to the time she goes to bed.

    Repeat, the same bunk over and over and people addicted to the screen will ultimately take it as gospel. A prudent man who wants to retain his sanity either limits his intake of MSM or SM or eliminates them completely.

    What circulates these days as high intellect would reduce our Grand Parents to hopeless laughter. Today this rubbish is like Moses’s tablets. The more civilized we become is the more stupid we become. The old saw seems to have a great deal of truth “The biggest idiots live in big Cities”

    We are in the middle of a neurotic area that gets worse by the day. Many more “dark conspiracies” will be revealed and the rabble whill cheer and applause. Hip Hip Hooray !

  100. @Badger Down

    Let’s not forget Pelosi, McConnell, McCarthy, Graham et al…

  101. Maddaugh says:

    I was under the impression we already had those camps ! They are called ghettoes. A few hours stringing razor wire, placing barricades and roadblocks, closing up the sewers and hey presto, we gots dat prison camp. We is in bizssness.

    To entice additional prisoners, Walmart only need lead them to the entrances by throwing out designer sneakers, clothes and cheap jewellery kinda like the Pied Piper. Finally, an airdrop of more cheap threads into the middle of the prison camp and while the inmates battle each other for cheap Chinese goods, slam the gates shut.

    We now have all the bad apples in one basket.

    Why build more camps and tunnels ?

  102. Agent76 says:

    December 24, 2015 False Flag Terror. A Historical Overview Never Forget … Your Country Admits to “False Flag Terror”

    Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror

    Jun 15, 2020 Beyond #COINTELPRO, The 1980s

    FBI efforts to destroy domestic opposition to the USA’s support for fascism in Central America using break ins, sexual blackmail, and frame ups.

    • Thanks: Morton's toes
  103. jsm says:

    Where’s Whiskey when you need him? I really need him to weigh in here, presenting his own arguments to support this thesis, so I can relax that it’s NOT so.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
    , @Truth
  104. Maybe we now know where the unaccounted for \$20 Trillion went.

    I’ve suspected all along that the military used some of that money to purchase a mercenary force waiting for orders.

    The soft military dictatorship since the JFK assassination that IS the real government may turn hard soon. I certainly would not be surprised.

    • Agree: Realist
  105. jxh says:

    Some theories are have a bit of credibility, more accurately, inside many theories is a bit of truth. That’s why I don’t totally ignore the theorists, but try to see what’s inside.

    It seems that the believers don’t seem to question HOW the tunnels would be built. If that were true, it would probably be the biggest construction ever attempted on the planet (vastly more difficult than building the interstate highway system). Removing huge amounts of soil and rock, providing drainage and ventilation, dealing with fault lines, hiring thousands of workers…. not to mention how many decades it would take.

    And why? (always should be the first question answered). What possible benefit to anyone?

    • Replies: @Resartus
  106. @Louis Hissink

    And then there’s the tendency for the roofs to collapse if the tunnels are not built through solid rock.

    The moment I saw the vast expanse of unsupported roof in Anglin’s video, with open breaks to the sky above and sun streaming through, I said video game CGI.

  107. @Tesla

    If someone is on the ground bleeding from their eyeballs, think EMF first.

    As I recall, bleeding from the orifices is a classic sign of scurvy and depletion of Vitamin C.

    Reports that ebola could be cured by massive infusions of Vitamin C were of course duly suppressed. Bad for the vaccine industry no doubt.

  108. Ray P says:

    Walmart stores have large capacity cremation units hidden away? More fuel.

  109. Those tunnels were built by CIA/Mossad/Mi5/6/ChiComs////black ops entities using massive sand worms captured from an alien world and shipped to earth via enormous alien starships using a rare organic substance that allow space pilots to navigate through folded space.
    Why do you think China wants to build mile long space station(s)?
    They’ve been moving stuff to and from other dimensions since before human kind ever existed.
    The great human replacement is coming, our experiment as a species failed.
    I was not here, this comment will self destruct in 24 hours.

  110. Resartus says:

    It seems that the believers don’t seem to question HOW the tunnels would be built.

    They managed to build the shelter right outside D.C. under the big hotel,
    no one noticed and it was kept under wraps until the USSR collapsed….
    Anything is possible….

    • Replies: @jxh
  111. @Donny

    All I can say, is that it is uncommonly easy to piss massive amounts of money away on/with a bloated bureaucratic apparatus. If you don’t believe me, just take a close look at your local public school budget.
    Now imagine that, magnified by a zillion and with less oversight and more waste…and you will have some approximation of the federal government. Just let that sink in. Public education is probably one of the more accountable and transparent government expenditures, and it’s like a meth head piloted flaming train-wreck. The rest must be orders of magnitude worse.

    • Replies: @aj54
  112. @Andreas

    MMMM. Unz pretzels. I like to chomp on them while commenting on!

  113. @omegabooks

    Eratosthenes of Alexandria not only proved the Earth was round in 200 B.C. but he also calculated its circumference to within about 1% of our accepted value. Noting that the sun’s rays came down quite vertically at (modern) Aswan on the summer solstice, he measured the corresponding angle at Alexandria to be 7.2 degrees and simply multiplied the distance between the two centers by 360/7.2.

  114. Agent76 says:

    Nov 24, 2015 The Deep State: The Unelected Shadow Government

    America’s next president will inherit more than a bitterly divided nation. He or she will also inherit a shadow government—a permanent, corporatized, militarized, entrenched bureaucracy that is fully operational and staffed by unelected officials who are, in essence, running the country. M

  115. Jones or Fauci.

    This is LOL-version of End Times

    • Thanks: schnellandine
  116. @Clyde

    Looking at the map this article provides, it would be difficult to dig tunnels where the vast Floridan Aquifer crosses multiple Southeastern states. Explain how one would construct a tunnel through porous limestone filled with billions of gallons of water. And how do you keep such a mammoth project secret? This enterprise would roughly be on the scale of Eisenhower’s Interstate Highway System. Not buying it.

    • Agree: Red Pill Angel
    • Replies: @Red Pill Angel
  117. Notice the pattern here whereby government outsources its various storage and supply reserves to big tech, big box, big Pharma, big bank, ad nausea…..
    Look no further than Amazon Web Services AWS as the largest government data storage centers in the world. Followed by Apple, Alphabet (GoogleYouTube), FaceBook (Instagram)

    Did I mention the tens of million Amazon cameras (RING Doorbell) spying on us.

    And these are the ones that we know of, then there are those on satellites, drones, aircraft, autos, and so on.

  118. I also do a lot of reading – about a book a week for the last 40 years. In that time I have found the following two observations and cautions to be the most essential and material to understanding nominal conspiracy theories (in material part, emphasis added):

    One must not confuse the object of a conspiracy [to defraud] with the means by which it is intended to be carried out. Scott v. Metropolitan Police Commissioner [1974] 60 Cr. App. R. 124 H.L. [House of Lords]


    “A “systematized delusion” is one based on a false premise, pursued by a logical process of reasoning to an insane conclusion ; there being one central delusion, around which other aberrations of the mind converge.” Taylor v. McClintock, 112 S.W. 405, 412, 87 Ark. 243. (West’s Judicial Words and Phrases (1914)).

    I have found that the object of an alleged conspiracy is often the false premise in a larger systematized delusion, while the means by which it is allegedly carried out corresponds to the logical process of reasoning that leads to an insane conclusion.

    The following, for example, clearly demonstrates the process by which the Supreme Court of one of the original G7 countries (unanimously endorsed by a total of 12 judges at the appellate court and Supreme Court levels) arrived at the conclusion that criminal / racketeering offences committed by financial corporations are not illegal (in material part, emphasis added):

    There is no doubt that the corporate plaintiff committed an offence under [the criminal law] [and] The parties… acted on the advice of their… solicitors…. [described elsewhere by the trial judge as “two leading [major city] law firms”]

    and / but

    …[The criminal law], … provides only for punishment of persons [who violate the criminal law].. but does not prohibit agreements providing for [the violation of the criminal law]….

    “The purpose of [the criminal law] is to punish everyone who [violates the criminal law] …It does not expressly prohibit such behaviour, nor does it declare such a [criminal] agreement or arrangement to be void. The penalty is severe, and designed to deter persons from making such [criminal] agreements. … It is designed to protect [the victims of it]… It is not designed to prevent persons from entering into [contractual agreements] per se…. Therefore the agreement [which the Court / judges have found and acknowledged to be contrary and offensive to the criminal law, and which criminal law is a designated / international racketeering offence] is not fundamentally illegal.”

    The civil / commercial Courts then enforced the criminal contract, and gave the offending criminal plaintiff everything that it claimed and asked for.

    First, here, the false premise in or to the judges’ chain of reasoning is that the country’s Parliament and the criminal law did not intend to prohibit the offence by making it severely punishable.

    Although, strictly speaking, while there may appear to some to be “a logical chain of reasoning” based on that presumption – a careful reading of it reveals that it is simply a series of statements that are not categorically false.

    So it is not quite a true systematized delusion.

    But does it qualify as a conspiracy theory?

    Well, yes and no.

    Yes, because their conclusion was pre-determined as the answer that they needed, and
    No, because they genuinely believed it.

    Most critically – and consistent with the conspiracy-theory meme – is that the utter irrationality of it is the means by which it is communicated and broadcasted to the legal profession as “policy”. Everyone in the legal system is habituated to interpret irrationality, per se, as a marker for policy.

    That is why the more starkly irrational and flat-out stupid a decision of a multi-judge court of appeal – the more likely it is to be unanimous. If any one of the 12 judges had taken a contrary position, then it would have been virtually impossible for them to explain why without making the others come across as imbecilic or idiots-on-steroids.

    But, again, all of them genuinely believed it – and so they solve the criminal-law enigma of mens rea or guilty mind / conscience by becoming professional schizophrenics.

    But no ever goes there, because the masses get caught up in the argument over the conspiracy theory aspect or half, so that they never clue in to the actual process of managed-mental-illness.

    Is that clear?

    • Agree: Polemos
    • LOL: Morton's toes
  119. jxh says:

    There is a HUGE difference between an underground shelter (of which there are many) and thousands of miles of tunnels. They are built frequently.

    • Replies: @Resartus
  120. @John Johnson

    The US Military has had for decades a “Gopher Division.” The Gophers [Columbian Ground Squirrels] are bred in Montana, crossed with Prairie Dogs, and genetically engineered for maximum earth displacement and minimum slag. That is the answer to the question: “How were the tunnels dug?” The more interesting questions are: “How do we feed them?” and “Can they become Citizens and vote?”

    • Thanks: Emslander
    • LOL: Maddaugh
  121. A capital TY on the all-actresses-are-trannies and colored-blind men thinking they have an uncanny ability for facial comparisons. I try and pool all my conspiracy facts together now and post in collage format for the unfocused squirrel hunter.

    There’s actually quite a few layers where we can connect the dots to the deep state within universal healthcare, the Elizabeth Holmes fraud case, and covid – not to mention Epstein’s black book.

    Typically autistic types will claim to have ALL knowledge of EVERY conspiracy and never be able to effectively communicate how they reached a conclusion. Just that “they know”.

    It gets old and makes social media a total shit show.

    • Replies: @Truth
  122. HbutnotG says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Yes it does! And of the guys I knew who got AIDS (about a dozen) what they ALL had in common was a penchant for receiving anal sex, which, btw, is not a characteristic of all hobosexuals (excuse me, my nose is stuffed up from hay fever). Far from it, in fact. In 1978-79 a big Hepatitis B “epidemic” broke out in the local gay community and I observed, based on personal knowledge from, you know… “guy talk,” that 100% of those affected liked to get it up the ass. The ones who didn’t were unaffected.

    10 years later just substitute “AIDS” for “Hepatitis B.” A 1:1 correlation.

    I always maintained that your farty doobie hole is not a sex toy! So, unfortunately, as a dour consequence, I’ve survived long enough to experience this hellish woman-led world where we all have to wear a mask, eerily similar to those cloaked faces of moslem concubine women confined behind shutters in North Africa. And observe all these sucker feminized males going along with it. Not to mention that in the past 20 years, all the fun spots (bi-frequented joints; there were lots of them, everywhere, word of mouth only) have vanished and frankly, I’m sure this is one reason for the astounding divorce rate and outright refusal of so many (supposedly outwardly “heterosexual”) men to get married (although there are multiple good reasons for that). If you’re under 60 years old you don’t get it, so hold your comments, you and women haven’t the foggiest idea what you’re talking about because men formerly had a personal life, kept entirely personal, before “momma” in a pantsuit got into power.

  123. Once top secret government bases, fallout shelters and the coming global bio/nuclear genocide is exposed, you’ll have 60/90 days to prepare to meet your maker.
    Look for birds in a coal mine for the finale warnings such as a final purging and massive censorship of the last few remaining alternative voices. InfoWars, UNZ, just to name a few.

  124. @Hapalong Cassidy

    Promiscuous sodomy and intravenous drug use.

  125. @The Alarmist

    Conclusion: Allow facts to prove or disprove the theory. But, until they can do so, keep an open mind that the theory could be an actual conspiracy. As many have eventually been proven to be.

    The whole concept isn’t complicated. I marvel that some are so mystified about it.

  126. Resartus says:

    There is a HUGE difference between an underground shelter (of which there are many) and thousands of miles of tunnels.

    Considering the so-called purpose for the tunnels…
    Not really a lot……
    Shelters are just tunnels with extensions (rooms) added…..

    In many countries, the shelters were tied right into existing road and rail tunnels for public entry when required…..
    Years before the latest Denver Airport opened, the stories about tunnels started….

  127. @raga10

    Have you ever heard of Lava Caves? These caves criss cross the continents under oceans, through mountains and across desert plains. They were created when pre-earths twin crashed into earth four billion years ago. They open and close as tectonic plates shift and as ice ages come and go, cooling lava as it flows.

  128. It is, however, strange that nowadays there are no more real conspiracies, just false ‘conspiracy theories’.As if simulacrum (conspiracy theory) replaced a real thing (conspiracy).

    I think the master of discourse made a mistake eliminating real conspiracies altogether. The effect is some sort of cognitive dissonance for most.

  129. @Götterdamn-it-all

    When I mentioned this article to my husband, he poo-pooed it too, and said Well, what did they do with all the dirt? Hmmm. *Crickets* until the thought occurred to me that they are using all those ancient tunnels around the world. It’s a fact! No piles of dirt, either. They’re in Scotland, Malta, Turkey, etc. etc. I haven’t heard about any in the US but hey, who knows. Ah ha! husband says. And they are building the Walmarts on leylines! This is now my new favorite conspiracy theory.

  130. @jsm

    Re Whiskey as Perfect Reverse Barometer, he’s easily the highest derision-prior-to-revelation-as-prophet scorer at this joint. So he’s 5–10 years ahead; that’s a bug?

  131. @HbutnotG

    I’m 60. Thanks for the perspicacious comment.

  132. Hardrock says: • Website

    Simple…..the reptile people are living in the tunnels which is where they pull maintenance on the UFO’s. They live on pizza and Watergate salad. They use the dollars that supposedly are part of our national debt to further their agenda. They paid Lee Harvey Oswald AND Jack Ruby both and one of their own snipers was the second gunman… reptile on the grassy knoll. They have an elaborate sound stage down there and that’s where all the space videos are shot…including the moon landing. They also have an AI/Robotics division down there and that’s where they make and program all your government leaders. Ha, ha, ha….did you think the droid formerly known as Joe was the real thing? Ha, ha, ha. Get with the program slowpoke!

    The plan is to get everyone so confused we won’t know our assets from a hoe in the ground and will not be able to raise our own food. Then it’s Soylent Green for everyone baby!

    • LOL: The Real World
    • Replies: @Emslander
  133. Truth says:

    There is an argument that a flu is not what we think it is. The argument goes that flu’s are the body’s reaction to new levels of electrical interference.

    For instance;

    Spanish Flu 1918-1920: Introduction/ National popularity of Radio
    Asian Flu 1957-1958: National and International popularity of TV
    Hong Kong Flu 1968-1969 Ubiquity of home telephone
    H1N1 2010: 4G internet.
    Covid-19: 5G internet introduction ubiquity.

    There seems to be a week airborne simian virus to assist this one.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
  134. raga10 says:
    @Gleimhart Mantooso

    Well, if you wanted to transport some prisoners it’s not like you could just put them in a van and drive it into the loading dock at Walmart – it would be too suspicious, right?

    That is of course the final nail in the coffin of the tunnel theory: not only would they be prohibitively expensive and impossible to build in secret, they are completely unnecessary.

    When Germans needed to move large populations around they didn’t build any tunnels, they just used the rail. Why? Because they didn’t give a damn about “the optics” of the situation. By the time you’re carting population off to camps, you don’t need (or even want) to hide that fact.

    • Replies: @joe862
  135. Truth says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Yes I do.

    And more importantly, my eyes believe it, as I have done extensive research into male vs. female bodily characteristics.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  136. @Jefferson Temple

    The alphabet ‘security’ agencies.

  137. Truth says:

    Yes. After 18 months, I finally lost someone I know to Covid, last Saturday. 73 year old white man in good shape. He is a work associate and I met him for the first time at a luncheon a few months ago. He was going on and on about “how those damn conservatives who don’t want to get vaccinated are going to cost us our lives!”


  138. @Anon

    On one of the murals one of what appears to be the ‘saved ones’ is carrying an Israeli flag! No other flag is shown afaik. Pure cohencidence.

  139. Resartus says:

    He was going on and on about “how those damn conservatives who don’t want to get vaccinated are going to cost us our lives!”

    Hear that in a lot of circles…
    Though when you see numbers….
    It appears, Conservatives are probably the most vaccinated out of the groups….

    Loved the early meme: As a Conservative, I won’t get vaccinated, so the Liberals will avoid me…..

  140. raga10 says:

    Yes, there are 1,000s of miles of underground, some natural some man-made, designed and built for 100s of reasons

    Yes, there are also thousands of buildings of anywhere up to 800 meters or thereabouts in height. They undeniably exist, and stacked together they would add up to a tower hundreds if not thousands of miles high. Nevertheless that doesn’t prove there *is* a tower thousands of miles high sitting out there somewhere – I think we’d notice if someone built one.

  141. gatobart says:

    Judging by the fatsos that can be sighted at some Walmart it seems that this is not such a well guarded secret after all, as at least some among us have been able to slip into those tunnels and put their hands into the food supply.

  142. I like Andrew Kaufmann and Tom Cowen, and I think they have really good information about the coronavirus, but they also go into “viruses don’t exist” and maybe even “germs don’t exist.”

    They never said germs and viruses don’t exist. They do. It’s obvious people can fake and distort tests. The PCR test is bogus.

  143. JamesinNM says:

    What do you believe is the maximum amount of money the globalists could have available to use for nefarious purposes?

    • Replies: @raga10
  144. I have often wondered, “What the hell happened to Me”??? What makes a portion of America become “Conspiracy Theorists” while the vast majority remain docile and obedient.

    After pondering this question. I do not believe it is ego. Although I do feel superior to Sheeple. I think a person must experience some type of trauma that destroys one’s core belief in the goodness of your Government. The thumb-sucking security blanket has to be ripped from your hands.

    For me, it was my introduction to the complete unfairness of the Divorce Industry, Child Custody, and Family Law. I had no idea my wife would commit adultery, file a fraudulent restraining order and try to steal my son, and move her boyfriend into the home I built; And that such egregious wrongs were being sanctioned by my Government under the No-Fault Divorce Laws of the 70s.

    Once I realized the police, the judge, the creepy lawyers, the psychologist, and the whole Divorce Industry –were all feeding off the destruction of the American family, I was broken. This completely changed my reality. Joining father support groups revealed even more government injustices and untold horror stories.

    The next level of awakening: On a weekend, I did not have custody of my three-year-old son, I was depressed and lonely, at home alone, and watched a movie on Netflix called…Zeitgist (2007). Being a twenty-year veteran, I never dreamed my government would kill its own citizens. I could not sleep that night. I immediately started researching.

    No-Fault Divorce Laws, Privatization of US Prison System, 9/11, TWA-Flight 800, Ruby Ridge, The Murrah Building in Waco (A Noble Lie), USS Liberty, “Kiss the Boys Goodbye – VietNam POWs left behind. The Cigarette wars. The Lead Paint wars. Noam Chomsky, Christopher Hitchens, DM Murdock’s, “The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold”…….My head was swimming. My world is upside down.

    Everywhere I looked I saw corruption and conspiracy. Now we have the murder of Ashli Babbit. The murder of 13 Service members and leaked phone call transcripts revealing a horrible conspiracy of our President and China — to take Afghanistan. We have a fraudulent sociopathic criminal systematically destroying America so his son’s child rape videos are never released to the public.
    We have a corrupt CDC, Big Pharma, and a corrupt FDA….all pushing harmful vaccines never before tested on human beings, with the absolute collusion and gaslighting of the MSM.

    Today we know MSM is linked at the hip with, China, Wall Street, Big Pharma, Washington DC, and Zionist Israel. Americans CAN’T TRUST THE NEWS and do not TRUST THEIR GOVERNMENT.

    This is no longer a conspiracy. We have all been duped by our Alien Government and forced-fed Propaganda. Uncle Sam is a Sadist. Gold Star Families are the new domestic terrorist.

    People have nowhere to turn. Our world is upside down.

  145. raga10 says:

    What do you believe is the maximum amount of money the globalists could have available to use for nefarious purposes?

    Money is not just a problem in itself. Above all, it is indicative of the scale of the operations that they would have to conceal. Not because billion dollars would make a large pile of money when stacked on the ground, but because it means this project will require lots of labour, equipment, moving materials and supplies.

    These days you can’t as much as fart without some satellite or camera taking note; there is zero chance of performing billion-dollar construction projects in secret.

    • Replies: @aj54
  146. raga10 says:

    Now, imagine sneaking that drill into Walmart… do you suppose it would blend into home renovations section?

  147. Truth says:

    Well Sheila, Whiskey seems to have basically been dead, for all practical intents for 15 years already.

    The silver lining is that there seem to have been a large amount of placebos given. Up to 50% I have read (which would put the “trial” inline with normal chemical trials. I could explain the law of karma here, but it’s complicated and I’m not in the mood now).

    So basically, you had a 50/50 chance of being infected after the first shot, a 75/25 chance of being infected after the second shot, which really isn’t bad. The problem is that after the third shot your chances drop to 12.5%, and, I would estimate that 90% of the people who have taken the first two shots WILL take the third, fourth, and fifth.

    Oh, BTW, if you have taken the shot, think about taking an asprin a day (keeps blood from clotting) not a substitute, and NEVER AGAIN take a normal flu shot.

  148. Truth says:

    A capital TY on the all-actresses-are-trannies and colored-blind men thinking they have an uncanny ability for facial comparisons

    One ain’t got to be a Nobel Prize Winner to know why they call it an Adam’s Apple.

  149. Iva says:

    I heard in an interview on Solari Report that the US is over \$90B in debts.

  150. joe862 says:

    Yeah and that much tunnel would mean a lot of people would have worked on it and know about it.
    There’d be a massive amount of dirt to put somewhere. It’s one of the most implausible theories I’ve heard.

    • Replies: @Iva
    , @Corvinus
  151. joe862 says:

    And it would not be difficult to disguise train cars carrying prisoners as normal freight cars. Certainly a tiny fraction of what tunnels would cost.

  152. Iva says:

    My niece friend’s father was doing one . He would go for 3 month. then come home for a week or two and go again.

    • Replies: @joe862
  153. @Kevin Barrett

    The Walmart ‘tunnels’ are a red herring to discredit those with who have actual inside knowledge of the real intent of the Jewish Satanists who are plotting our demise. The Australian concentration camps were predicted some time ago by Altiyan Childs, an ex Freemason, who in this disturbing video reveals what the Luciferians actually have planned for us. You have been warned.

    • Replies: @raga10
    , @teo toon
  154. @raga10

    The Problem they have is one of entrance and egress. For secret bases to stay secret, you have to have a means of public entry and exit. Denver airport for example. You fly in, go down to a sub-level and take Hogwarts Express to one of a dozen secret bases, typically under the mountains out West. For anyone following you the trail ends at the airport.

    Los Angles and San Diego reputedly have similar entry and exit facilities scattered about. Large buildings or complexes that have extra lower-levels.

    A Walmart might make some sense in certain areas out West where a Walmart has the biggest foot traffic and pedestrian flow.

    Theses machines could do as much as seven miles per day and they have been running nearly continuously since the 1990s.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  155. @HbutnotG

    Interesting evaluation of the HIV pandemic. It jives from what many other people have observed regarding dangerous sex. You do sound a bit bitter regarding the ascendance of women but I’d be lying if you weren’t speaking the unspoken words of many of us. Now, it’s all about victimization. Were a married man to passively engage in various gentlemen’s club activities these days he would be accused of contributing to the victimization of the dancers rather than simply blowing off some steam.
    Reminds me of the recommendations of Dr. Jekyll’s faithful butler Poole (Edgar Norton) in the 1931 Frederic March classic:

    Poole : You should go out, sir. London offers many amusements for a gentlemen like you, sir.

    Dr. Jekyll : Yes, but gentlemen like me daren’t take advantage of them, Poole. Gentlemen like me have to be very careful of what we do and say.

  156. Anonymous[221] • Disclaimer says:

    This is why the over 60 should be euthanized

  157. Ruckus says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    Kevin, how much do you think I can get out of Fetzer for his ridiculous Paul McCartney being replaced by a double in 1966 who sings and plays bass exactly like him?

    To be fair, there is the bit about the “double” being a better songwriter, even though it’s in the same compositional and lyrical style. Undoubtedly if you took the “double’s” songs by themselves, this double would be one of the great songwriters of all time.

    I could use a new car, what do you think?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  158. aj54 says:

    On Sep 10, 2001, Donald Rumsfeld was on the news to make a statement about the 3 trillion missing from the Pentagon budget. The next day it was forgotten; and all the evidence was destroyed when the ONI offices were obliterated. The Pentagon now loses close to a trillion a year, and their budget is only 800 Billion. How does that work?

  159. raga10 says:

    The Australian concentration camps were predicted some time ago

    As it happens, Sydney’s underground network features a number of sections of rail tunnels apparently going nowhere, and whole platforms that were built but never used.

    Actually they’ve been there for decades and all have perfectly rational explanations, but I can’t wait for some conspiracy nut to put 2+2 together only to come up with 666 and declare they were built in order to transport the victims to concentration camps…

  160. Corvinus says:

    Well, the latest conspiracy I heard is that 9/11 actually happened on 9/13. It was the work of Jewish neuroo-scientists.

  161. Corvinus says:

    Iva, surprisingly, is right. Actually, it’s pretty easy. I’ve worked on several of these projects over the past five decades. I’ll let you in on a little secret how the dirt was moved. I shouldn’t, because the government monitors all of us and puts what they don’t like in our dossier, but I’ll take that chance. Go to 1:25. Stop at 1:35.

    • Replies: @Resartus
  162. joe862 says:

    It makes no sense and isn’t real. Is this a Spaceballs joke?

  163. @Truth

    So, what’s the rest of the story? Was he hospitalized and died there or at home?

    Was he vaxxed? How do you know he didn’t die from that; many have? Plenty of vaxxed have had severe reactions or gotten illnesses after getting jabbed. They’ve also gotten Covid. So, seriously, how can you know what he really died from?

    • Replies: @Truth
  164. Anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    A medical quarantine camp is the perfect cover story for perpetrating an actual holocaust. All the murders could be covered up by saying they were killed by the virus.

  165. @Kevin Barrett

    Yeah. You both lost that bet. It is a bet you lose by making. It’s like a scratch ticket.

    Did you both order the same flavor Kool-Aid?

  166. dimples says:

    To prove I’m a conspiracy theorist more intelligent than the rest, I don’t buy this Fitts alternative black budget secret culture built on UFO technology concept. As the Bob Lazar setup was intended to show, the secret masters don’t actually understand the technology the various aliens have kindly provided. And why would they? Drop a transistor or vacuum tube into the 12th century and don’t expect even the brightest minds of the day to understand that in order to function they require a substance (electrons) of which the discovery thereof was 800 years into the future.

    Thus the Prime Directive is maintained. The UFO technology is dropped into the hands of the primary secret keepers, and the technology itself is totally non-comprehensible. The only way for the natives to understand it is to develop their own from first principles anyway.

  167. While digging all that tunnels huge amount of Gold was found.
    Gold was used to pay off all US debt. Remaining gold did fill up all Fort Knox.

  168. Wade says:

    Regarding Kary Mullis, citation please…

  169. Truth says:
    @The Real World

    He was vaxxed a few months ago, the latest is that he was diagnosed with some sort of cancer, but it was in the beginning stages.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  170. @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    I don’t frequent out local WalMart much but happened in a few days ago….Just inside the entrance was a structure exactly like in the video. 4 foot high heavy plywood wall attached to studding. The whole thing was about 20 feet wide by about 40 feet long and covered with the same opaque heavy plastic. All the seams were carefully duct taped. Couldn’t get a peek inside anywhere… I was curious….even before I read this article.

    I will definitely go back now and do some snooping around.

    • Replies: @Flo
  171. @Ruckus

    If the Beatles were so important to the British economy, influence and the secret services so that they would replace Paul McCartney, why did they let the Beatles split up? If they were so vital the agency could have killed any or all of the Beatles if they were stepping out of line and trying to break up the band and replaced them with more doubles. The Stones didn’t break up although they hardly wrote any memorable songs over the past 50 years.

    My favourite conspiracy theory is that Theo Adorno invented pop/rock music and wrote all those hits without listing himself in the credits. Popular music seems to have declined in quality once the backlog of songs he left behind after his death was used up. On the other hand I’m not sure I believe the David McGowan Laurel Canyon theory that US pop/rock music was invented by the CIA to subvert society (although I’m fully in agreement with McGowan’s moon hoax theory). Some of the pop stars may have come from military and intelligence families but it seems likely that they rebelled against their upbringing. Most joined bands so as to get high, get laid, earn money without having to work, and become popular among their peers. Adorno may have latched onto them through the record companies and producers supplying them with the music and the lyrics. Then again I think Adorno died too early (1969) to have really been able to write all those songs and he was too busy with other projects, but you never know.

    According to Miles Mathis many celebrities have faked their deaths and still walk among us, like Jahn Lennon.

  172. Is this part of the Hooblebloop Highway Underground Prloject?

  173. anon[191] • Disclaimer says:
    @I'm Rodster

    verify the logic of the facts given.. in the videos.. . ??
    video suggest 15′ diameter..suggest 12′ height & width clearance possible for roadway? please correct?
    video suggest 200’/ day in fifty years (1970 to 2020) 680 miles of tunnel per machine, assuming no breakdown, no downtime, no strikes, and 10,000 miles / 680 miles/yr/ machines

    each year 200’/day X 360 days = 14 miles per year.. =< 700miles per year possible..
    from 1970 to 2020.. 50 years * 360 days * 200'/day = 3,600,000'/yr /5,280'/ mile = ~ 680 mile tunnel
    equipment cited 15' dia Hitachi Zosen (Hitz) EPE- TEM.. <=does this even exist?
    are there better, bigger, and faster machines, capable to dig this kind of tunnel, even today?
    who were the employees who worked these machines? who made these machines?
    dirt tb relocated from hole to surface.. pie *R^2 * 5,280'/mile = 14*15^2*5280'=3,732,212 ft^3/mile=
    _____138,230 yd^3 dirt per mile *10,000 miles = 1,382,300,000 yd^3?<where are the piles of dirt?
    So the machine would need to melt earth into molten mass as it digs the tunnels, and paste the molten dirt to the tunnel wall as it goes? Where are the mountains of dirt piles <=visible on the surface?
    A similar video showed tunnels connected to entrance/exit at rest stops along Interstate Highways?

    The video implies the tunnels run for thousands of miles? If there were 10,000 miles of tunnels in 50 years
    200 miles each of new tunnels would be required?

    There seems not to have been in 50 years any tunnels that were destroyed or exposed by weather, flood, hurricane, volcano or other calamity and so on.. ? These events would have been reported somewhere?

    So there must have been so many machines (with secret crews) working and not a word from any of them.. ?
    no whistle blowers, till this video.. ? Tell me where did the earth from the tunnel get deposited?
    Are their machines that can liquefy and compress earth and paste it to the walls of the tunnels ?

    Correct facts: show how 10,000 miles of 15' diameter tunnels came secretly into existence in 50 years?
    Fueling stations are needed and what happens when a truck breaks down?

    • Replies: @Si1ver1ock
    , @Maddaugh
  174. @Truth

    At least the females in porn are genuine, unless they openly promote themselves as TS.

    Bute yeah, all those actresses with whispering voices are doubtful.

    • Replies: @Truth
  175. @anon

    Comments aren’t meant to give you proof. They are meant to give you a clue.

    You may have to put the pieces together yourself.

    Like most puzzles.

  176. Crom says:

    In the Information Age, the establishment knows they can’t totally conceal certain things. So instead of relying solely on cover-ups, they bury what lingers with their own ridiculous concoctions. Many of the type who are drawn to conspiracies become sidetracked, confused and overwhelmed by a deluge of phantasmic mysteries which lead nowhere. The second benefit is that it makes the plausible, and sober-minded inquiries seem foolish and insane to many people.

  177. Resartus says:

    I’ll let you in on a little secret how the dirt was moved.

    In “Law Abiding Citizen”, they just located the tunnel out of the prison, but never really got around
    to talking about how it was built….
    Can’t forget the tunnels that got the Cartel boss out of the Mexican Prisons…
    Or all those tunnels that have been found over the last 50 years crossing the southern border….
    The “Great Escape”, but those were minor tunnels….

  178. Here’s another one for you, AA. Who set the massive Kuwaiti oil-well fires in 1991? Not Saddam, it seems.

  179. Monopduly says: • Website
    @Kevin Barrett

    There is a conspiracy that is scientificly demonstrable and thoroughly researched,; a process ever present across time and geography in human history, and explanatory of historical events, serfdom, of contemporary conflict, globalism, ethno-nationalism, and prognostic, trans-humanism.

    It is related to the focus of Steve Sailer and Ron Unz on the topic of evolutionary biology. Note that it is perfectly acceptable, even mainstream, to discuss human sub group differences in aggregate behavior, e.g. critical race theory.

    But what Unz, Sailer, Barrett, and Anglin ignore at their peril is group differences across race or other classifications. Early Alex Jones and latter day QAnon understand this issue. There is an elite sub group that is coercive, exploitative, and dependent upon its Host population. It manipulates that Host using the weapons of media, culture, religion, and usury.

    Indeed the rapid change in African American culture, family formation, religious practice, incidence of family and community violence, fertility, and sexual orientation cannot be explained by a natural evolutionary process which in general requires a much longer time span. And of course the European sub groups are now following this trajectory albeit with a greater emphasis on perversion.

    There is a vast scientific literature on this. It is simply an example of the Phenotypic Manipulation of a Host by an Intraspecific Social Parasite, see Prof. Clara B. Jones. Early Christian and Islamic religious interpreted manifestations of parasitism as demonic , and ineed, possibly genetic (‘the descendants of apes and pigs’). Organic religion then may be seen as a treatment for parasitic load upon the Host sub group.

    Evolutionary theory suggests we are witnessing an incipient human speciation event . The Social Parasite constructs its ‘Prison Planet’ for its Host.Humans will be farmed, milked , tagged, and regulated as livestock , THX1138.

    see pdf, Empirical Foundations of the Clara B. Jones Model of Human Intraspecific Social Parasitism (HISP)


  180. Data says:

    You must not be familiar with The Missing \$21 Trillion or the new law known as FASAB 56.

    • Replies: @raga10
  181. Data says:

    There is always: The Official Narrative. Followed by people who poke holes into the Official Narrative and offer a different scenario (alternate theory). After which, those pushing The Official Narrative also start pushing crazy variations meant to push those who might consider an alternate theory back to the Official Narrative.

  182. @Truth

    He may have been a blood clot or myocarditis death caused by the Covid vax.
    MANY of those have occurred.
    I have zero doubt that coroners have been given “a talking to” like the Docs have.
    (Not that he would have been autopsied unless his family wanted to pay for it.)

  183. raga10 says:

    You must not be familiar with The Missing \$21 Trillion or the new law known as FASAB 56.

    I am only vaguely aware of FASAB56; it seems to have something to do with fudging govt. accounting. Well, of course bureaucracies waste a lot of money and love to avoid accountability – that’s no secret.

    But the “Missing \$21 Trillion” is another nonsense story: old, debunked many times and generally dismissed by sane people. I am not going to get into it though because it is pointless to argue with true believers and I find financial conspiracies rather boring. If you’re going to believe in nonsense, it can at least be entertaining.
    Reptilians, man – it all comes down to reptilians!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Data
  184. Anonymous[378] • Disclaimer says:

    Link to the missing 21T being debunked or you’re a liar.

  185. Cato says:

    Are Walmarts Secret Military Bases Linked by Hundreds of Miles of Underground Tunnels?

    Uhh… no.

  186. @Kevin Barrett

    …he ended up having to buy me lunch.

    At Teddywedgers? That’s where I’d go.

  187. raga10 says:

    Link to the missing 21T being debunked or you’re a liar.

    OK, fine: here’s a link, just so anonymous doesn’t call me a liar…. because otherwise I’m certain it will not convince anyone.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Anonymous
  188. Spect3r says:

    What about Iran where they do NOT have 5G? Or Portugal?
    Seriously, you people keep bringing up the 5G, while conveniently forgetting the fact that a load of countries that have been affected by the virus do not have 5G.

    • Replies: @Truth
  189. teo toon says:

    Those Wal-Mart tunnels, tunneling machines, and building reconfigurations sure are rather large and expensive red herrings.

  190. Maddaugh says:

    You have it all wrong. The tunnels are being dug from China using Chinese coolies. They have successfully tunnelled under the Pacific accross to LA and Canada.

    Their goal is to tunnel beneath the US so when they invade they only need exit from the Walmart washrooms located in every US city. To propel them from the deep tunnels they have propellers which use solar energy attached to their lime green Nike trackers. They start them up and get propelled to the surface. In the meantime they are being used to supply Walmart. Have you ever seen a Walmart truck pull up to the loading dock ?

    Also no huge machines are used. The labourers use cheap shovels. Of course some of them desert to become US citizens collecting bottles and cans to make a living.

    On the day of the planned invasion all Asian restaurants will serve a Special Won Ton soup to put the US population to sleep. Chinese living in the US will either not drink the soup or be protected from its effects because since the 80’s they have been ingesting a secret Herb grown deep in the forests of Guandong.

    The greatest number of secret tunnels are beneath Chinatown in NY City and Asian restaurants in every US city. This is all true. No kidding !. You can check out the whole video by Alex Jones. It lays the entire conspiracy bare !

    • Replies: @Coronald McDonald
  191. @raga10

    That link debunks nothing. It provides a plausible excuse that falls apart when one consider the decades and billions spent on trying to fix their system and all attempts have failed.

    One has to be truly gullible to believe these attempts weren’t sabotaged to guarantee the fraud could continue.

    The most recent abandonment of billions in US hardware should tell anyone that the military has no limit on spending. They know there’s always more because the military and their hangers-on ARE the government.

  192. @Alfred

    The sain
    In Spain
    Stays mainly
    On the plane.

  193. Anonymous[716] • Disclaimer says:

    LOL, from “debunked many times” to a single link to metabunk (!). OK then.

    • Replies: @raga10
  194. Truth says:

    Portugal has had 17,000 deaths in 18 months, with an old population of 10 million.

    Iran has had 110,000 deaths with an old population of 85 million.

    These numbers are of course calcuated the way they are here, with every co-morbidity, as well as the flu and pneumonia, included as a death from covid-19.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
  195. Emslander says:

    You’re approaching a repeat of Plato’s Cave Analogy. Careful.

    • Replies: @Hardrock
  196. Emslander says:

    It’s possible to travel underground across a very large portion of downtown Chicago. Some years ago, a barge hit a tunnel wall that went under the Chicago River and the basements of every building in the Loop was flooded.

  197. @raga10

    This is not a drill
    This is not a drill

  198. @Maddaugh

    In the name of humanity, I would not wish a transit through the typical WalMart restroom on anyone, not even the foot soldiers of an invading army. Even a hearty bowl of bat soup every day of your life will not sufficiently prime your immune system for that affront.

    • LOL: Maddaugh
  199. aj54 says:
    @My SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle

    and then there is Pellagra, which is a lack of B3.
    You do know that Fauci was head of HIV ‘efforts’ for many years, and he is the one who repurposed the shelved cancer drug? Because it destroyed immune systems…hmmm, just like HIV. He is the one who came up with the concept back then of ‘asymptomatic spread’ which is reused now with covid.
    A few months before the near simultaneous outbreak of kaposi’s sarcoma on the east and west coast, there had been an experimental hepatitis vax given to the men at the free gay men’s health clinics in the same neighborhood as the outbreaks.

  200. aj54 says:

    We know there are Deep Underground Military Bases, one even has a good sized navy ship it. And these bases are supposedly all connected, and there is supposedly a tunnel that runs from DC to Cheyenne Mt. With all the eyewitnesses to the extraordinary and redundant measures to protect Gov’t elites, and knowing the types of contracts Walmart has with the gov’t, why would anyone doubt there is at least some truth to this story? It is easy enough to find pix of the tunneling machines. There are tunnels connecting most buildings in DC, as well as to a refuge for the Congress if there is an emergency. Funny we heard no talk of that on Jan 6th.

  201. aj54 says:

    Not secret, compartmentalized

  202. David B says:

    We DO know about 9/11. Anyone who says “we’ll never know….” is just as much a part of the problem as someone who bleats “Bin Ladin did it! They hate us for our freedoms!”

    The same is true for the JFK hit.

    And frankly for the “moon landings” as well. The Dave McGowan “Wagging the Moondoggie” series, linked by Ann K. in her response, is brilliant and accessible (and highly entertaining to boot), and any reasonably intelligent person who reads it with an open mind will no longer believe the fairy tale.

  203. raga10 says:

    LOL, from “debunked many times” to a single link to metabunk (!). OK then.

    You asked for a link, a link is what you’ve got. And no, I wasn’t going to put much effort into it because as I said, I consider it a pointless exercise that I didn’t have much interest in to begin with. I’m happy to discuss tunnels, tunnels are fun. Financials are not fun, to me at least; YMMV.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  204. Anonymous[716] • Disclaimer says:

    True, knowing that you’re here to piss around about technicalities instead of contribute anything useful, I should have been more specific. Lesson learned.

    • Replies: @raga10
  205. raga10 says:

    I resent that – those “technicalities” matter! You have this grand but nebulous conspiracy theory of trillions of dollars secretly funding construction projects – well, I can either argue about nebulous details of accounting and budgeting, or I can argue that what you claim they do is unlikely, unnecessary or downright impossible to do.

    I just chose the latter approach.

  206. Anon[111] • Disclaimer says:

    I could tell immediately that those are the cold storage caves in Missouri. I guess most people dont know they use old mines as food storage facilities for companies like Kraft. I drove trucks through them myself.

  207. Data says:

    See: Dr. Mark Skidmore finds U.S. Gov’t has lost \$145 Trillion (YouTube)

  208. Raches says:

    In re Anglin

    A thread transplant in reply to Yevardian’s comment of September 6, 2021 at 10:32 am GMT.

    It is interesting that you zero in on Anglin. As you know, I have mused much on the purpose of The Unz Review. With context from the published version hereby set in italics, my reply to Mr. Unz contained the following remark in its first draft; I rewrote this part, because I had just said that I was trying to depersonalize and abstract my argument:

    From two threads ago, Mr. Unz, I inferred that the problem is that anti-vaxxers saying wrong things are distracting you from what you perceive as much more important wrong things. Say, Andrew Anglin. I will go out on a limb, and guess that you disagree with him about many things—for example, about immigration. You feature his articles, and get a debate going in those articles’ comments sections (which I presume mustn’t be subject to Mr. Anglin’s peremptory control), and also attract Mr. Anglin’s too-many admirers to come here and read some articles contradicting him. It’s also good for Mr. Anglin, of course; and the exposure that he desires on Mr. Unz’s censorship-resistant platform draws him to write here. Anyway, I infer that your problem is not people saying things that you dislike, but people saying things that you dislike on subjects that you dislike. Do I read you right?

    Yevardian, your perspective probably differs from mine. I despise Anglin—primarily from my admiration for Adolf Hitler. Mr. Anglin’s abuse of Hitlerian symbols and imagery is an outrageous cultural misappropriation—a misappropriation that I am careful to avoid.¹ The mass-media, especially the pseudointellectual media, conveniently use Anglin as their “Nazi” bogey for precisely this reason. I am morally certain that if Mr. Anglin lived in National-Socialist Germany, he would be declared “asocial”, and justly consigned to a slave-labor camp.

    Reichsminister Dr. Goebbels wanted to ban Streicher’s original Der Stürmer. (Archival link which highlights the pertinent passage—and another archival link, because that very important website seems to be down now?). Julius Streicher was only protected from Dr. Goebbels’ wrath by the Führer’s extreme, sometimes fallaciously excessive loyalty to people who had supported him in the early years of struggle; this same problem probably destroyed Germany altogether, for it also caused Hitler’s trust in Canaris (see also Professor Oliver’s remarks in Liberty Bell, February 1988, pp. 6f. For something related in the “very interesting” category, cf. Liberty Bell, January 1988, n. 2 at p. 22; June 1989, n. 2 at pp. 16f.; and the April/May 1991 special issue, n. 8 at p. 97). Andrew Anglin’s wannabe-Nazi Daily Stormer is even worse than the real Der Stürmer—much worse. Dr. Goebbels would have squashed Anglin like an insect—and as you are probably aware, Dr. Goebbels was not one to be deterred by cries of “censorship!”

    I suspect that in 2017, Big Tech chose Mr. Anglin as a target for intensive, highly publicized censorship precisely because they understand the making of censorship-martyrs. Not that they wanted to promote him: If they were to censor as they desired, they must perforce make some martyrs. They are not stupid. For the far left, making a martyr of Mr. Anglin was strategically a wise choice—a way of making a drug’s unavoidable side effects conveniently “beneficial”, from their perspective. Nota bene that another high-profile censorship martyr is Alex Jones, who has made a career of mixing good-quality reporting with absurd crackpottery. By contrast, I believe that one of the reasons why Mr. Unz has not been targeted for non-subtle deplatforming is that the censors cannot risk making a martyr of the dread Voldemort of Voldemorts!


    Naturally, I despise Anglin’s Christian hokum (which he has the audacity to push in the same breath as he claims “the ability for rational thought” (!)), his misogyny (a word that I use in its proper sense, ‘hatred of women’, not in the feminist misdefinition of ‘disagrees with feminists’), his hypocrisy about the Jews (whom he blames for absolutely everything—except when he declares, “I don’t know any man who has had his life personally destroyed by a Jew. I don’t know a man who hasn’t had his life personally destroyed by a woman.” Wait, so organized international Jewry didn’t personally destroy the life of each and every individual who is afflicted by Jewish wars, Jewish race-mixing propaganda, Jewish cultural degeneration, Jewish destruction of academia and of the public schools, Jewish hate-propaganda, and—the Jewish influence on the feminist movement, which Jews didn’t create but much boosted, which programs women to destroy men’s lives?), his total hypocrisy on race (he himself is a notorious race-mixer, with a sexual fetish for the most defective specimens of female Mongoloids that he can find; and he not infrequently insinuates the desirability of this fetish to the mentally retarded white male readership of The Daily Stormer), his preaching to the young that they should hate their elders (i.e., “boomers”—who came after the guiltiest-ever generation: the so-called “Greatest Generation”, who ineluctably sealed the doom of Aryan mankind as of 1945), his saccharine Americanism, and too much other garbage to list succinctly.

    Although he sometimes says something that actually makes sense, I accredit that to the timekeeping prowess of a stopped clock. Any of Mr. Anglin’s pretense of sympathy for the Germans is negated by his proposition, presented in the context of bashing German women while audaciously evading the fact that German women were devoted National Socialists who voted for Hitler almost en bloc, that “women support policies that get them raped and killed”; Mr. Anglin’s degradation of German women dovetails in spirit with the disgusting Jew David Cole’s Jewish hate-screed that blames Hitler (whom German women in fact elected) for the mass-rape of German women.

    I can see why Mr. Unz brought Mr. Anglin here. If I were not so absorbed in these anti-vaxxer crackpot quarantine threads, perhaps I would be issuing anti-Anglin reviews in the Unz Review comments on Mr. Anglin’s own articles—or even offering Mr. Unz some article-quality anti-Anglin broadsides (as hereby?). I believe that this fits the Mission Statement declared in the masthead of The Unz Review.


    I did notice that around this period, Andrew Anglin’s articles began regularly appearing here, and if I recall correctly, he was among the very earliest people of some influence peddling flu-hoaxery, and then against vaccination.

    Mr. Unz tolerates some fantastically stupid nonsense. He declares, “Since I have made it very clear that I do not personally stand behind the articles I publish, I allow my writers to write whatever they want, even if much of their output might seem like nonsense to me.” Much though I may sometimes make fun of him, I understand and applaud Mr. Unz’s free-speech mission. Notwithstanding my aforestated desire to see the SS stick Mr. Anglin in a happy-camp where he can be made useful, we need trustworthy institutions first!

    If Mr. Unz wants regularly to feature such an horrifically wrongheaded author as Andrew Anglin, he must expect that the wrongness shall not be neatly confined to issues that Mr. Unz enjoys debating. Of course, Mr. Anglin peddled flu-hoaxery! (Nota bene that for an especially nice flu-hoaxer example, I linked to an article laced with deranged Christian ranting.) He has an anti-Midas touch for turning all to bovine excrement; Anglin is the Philosophaster’s Stone, which transmutes gold to lead; or in Unzian terms, Mr. Anglin disperses nuggets of truth into low-grade ore, and adds chaff to all wheat.

    Mr. Anglin is as slippery as a Jew, and it is sometimes an amusing exercise to find where he slips in his poison. For example, take the above article. Most people will jump to the conclusion that Mr. Anglin is trying to peddle this “Walmart secret military base” theory. But that is only clickbait—or more precisely, boob-bait. It lulls you into believing that you have successfully avoided the poison; and Mr. Anglin has covered himself sufficiently that he can claim only to be have provided an example to illustrate his abstract discussion of conspiracy theories. If challenged, maybe he will even claim that he is forcing open the “Overton Window” for examination of real conspiracies.

    The poison comes right after Mr. Anglin observes, quite correctly, the problem of making yourself crazy with this stuff. He often does that: It is a rhetorical trick by which he first maximizes his credibility in your mind, then instantly switches to a tiny absurdity—a tiny dose of poison—which your now-open mind will probably not even notice. Immediately after he tells you how conspiracy theorists fail, Mr. Anglin endorses two crackpots who, he says, deny the existence of viruses (!), “maybe even” repudiate the germ theory of disease (!!). He covers himself by promptly equivocating: “I don’t think this really helps their arguments.”

    Having observed Mr. Anglin’s methods before, I believe that that one two-sentence paragraph is the principal point of this whole 1,900-word article. You probably did not even notice it—although if you have any respect for Mr. Anglin (!), or even if you fail to contemn him, this affected your perceptions, and it probably even opened your mind at least a little bit to the two named crackpots. If perchance you come across them (perhaps via the comments here?), they come to you with Mr. Anglin’s cunning disclaimer-endorsement.

    Caveat lector. Mr. Anglin can be just as bad for your grasp of reality as the professional reality-destroyers of The New York Times and The Atlantic. Whoops! Dear reader, did you suppose that I was suggesting that Mr. Anglin could brainwash you worse than the mainstream media? They are brainwashing professionals—and most of them are themselves so badly brainwashed that they have no idea what they are actually doing. Mr. Anglin is only an extraordinarily shrewd Internet troll. He is a noisy little pipsqueak. Please keep him in proper perspective. I only wrote all this because Yevardian raised a good point, I like to write, I like to review The Unz Review, and it is at least moderately fun to humiliate Mr. Anglin as he deserves. Sometimes, I get a little bit carried away.


    Andrew Anglin is bad. No, he is not “evil”: I am “evil”, i.e., good in the Nietzschean sense. Anglin is bad: He is personally a despicable specimen of simian trash, which somehow learned to communicate like an anthropoid. He should never have been allowed to learn to read. Blame democracy and “modern ideas” for this: He was taught to read, so he is ruining not only writing, but also thinking.

    Nevertheless, I understand Mr. Unz’s mission; and for my part, I am not displeased that as hereby seen, Mr. Unz has positioned Mr. Anglin to receive the wrath of Raches’ Revenge. ®

    1. I am not a National-Socialist, not any more than I am a Caesarian or a Bonapartist. Politically, I am independent. And whatever I may be, I want to conserve my Aryans as Dr. Dian Fossey wanted to conserve her gorillas. The way that Aryans have been behaving, they fully deserve the analogy.

    • Thanks: Tony massey
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  209. Hardrock says: • Website

    Perhaps. Now all must decide who is the one that stayed and who is the one that left.

    I traveled through a land of men
    a land of men and women too
    and heard and saw such dreadful things
    as cold earth wanderers never knew.

    Wm. Blake

  210. @Raches

    Yes, this an apt summary of how I regard Anglin. Occasionally funny and incisive, but overall “slippery” and too often toxic.

    Note the “Christian hokum” only came into play with the rise of the Groypers, who were explicitly pro-Christian. Anglin’s a consummate bandwagon-jumper and when he saw them in the ascendant he turned on Richard Spencer and the 2016-2017 Alt-Right and embraced Nick Fuentes and his “normal, healthy” optics.

    Suddenly he was all about “our Lord Jesus” and “normal, traditional” values while still churning out his screeds insisting that women need/want to be “raped and beaten.” The whole thing is absurd because if anyone is not “normal” it’s Anglin. He is, as you say, “asocial.”

    Now he’s back to the Alex Jones-tier conspiracy stuff where he was at before white nationalism (before that he appears to have been some sort of hippie leftist.
    Hunter Wallace at Occidental Dissent has written some articles on his history).

    Shrewd but untrustworthy, and kind of a creep.

    • Agree: Raches
  211. Maddaugh says:

    Truffles never has any point ! He usually writes little snippets intended to be funny but in fact generally stupid or irrelevant punctuated by “Old Sport”. You can take a Bunny out of the Jungle but you cant inject sense into a head that is solid bone.

    • Replies: @Truth
  212. How about another conspiracy: the global conspiracy is run by Nazis (and Nazis in Jewish disguise); i.e. the descendants of those salvaged under the “paper clip” programme and the Vatican and other rat lines? After all they had salted away enormous wealth from their plunder of Europe and theft from the Jews. Some of the Nazis, especially those working in the anti-semitic institutes, would have known so much about Jews, even more than most Jews themselves, been familiar with their languages, customs, religion, etc. that many could have easily adopted the identities of their victims, especially as sole survivors of entire families they exterminated, and could have even got themselves over to Israel as what better place to hide than out in the open. It would have been easy for them to tattoo some numbers on their arms, while erasing those under their armpits, and even dress themselves up as rabbis and orthodox Jews to get through the allied lines with all the other refugees in the chaos following the war and escape the Nazi hunters on the prowl in Germany at the time. Many of them could have by now assumed leading positions in the Israeli political and economic system and the biographies that they peddle in wikipedia and elsewhere could just be “legends” of these deep sleeper Nazis, who could have similarly penetrated societies in US, EU and Latina and South America. Some could have even used plastic surgery to make themselves look more Jewish. This could explain all the troubles currently faced by Israelis under attack by Covid-19 and the vaxxes in preparation for the annihilation of another 6 million. For example we are told that Soros was a Jew who ratted on other Jews to the Nazis but for all we know he may have been a genuine Nazi, a member of Hitlerjugend, and most of what we’re told about his youth could be made up. And so on for many other prominent Jewish masterminds of the global conspiracy promoting the EU, NWO, mass human experimentation, etc. all genuine Nazi concepts.

    (Personally I don’t subscribe fully to this theory but think that there could be Zionist-Nazi cooperation to implement the NWO and all that follows, just as they cooperated during The Haavara Agreement to settle Israel).

    • Troll: Raches
    • Replies: @Angiekens
  213. Truth says:

    There have been few,deaths in these places relative to others.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
  214. Talking about “Bluring the lines” between facts and fakes…like says Anglin, his article could be an example of that ?

    Fact : the surface videos seem real. The are a bit frightening.

    Fake : the underground video is suspicious. 18 wheeler tractors don’t seems, chromatically, at the same scale with the walls. Reduced photos then digitally inserted to make the tunnel look huge by contrast ?

    Opposed chapels in the intelligence community ?
    An honnest warning ?

  215. Spect3r says:

    Thous others being?
    Im not trying to troll you or being a dick.
    Isn’t the death rate +/- the same % all around the world?
    I haven’t followed that close to know.

    • Replies: @Truth
  216. It’s no secret that the Walton family lives in a heavily-fortified complex that is equivalent to what one would find on a Strategic Air Command base.

    But as long as so many people in our society buy into what is clearly false & delusional beliefs we’ll never have anything close to a functional society.

  217. Ro Berto says:

    The Walmart conspiracy is interesting, but if there really are underground tunnels going hundreds of miles there would have to be venting to the surface for diesel fume exhaust.

  218. Truth says:

    The places with the lowest rates of death are in places they have given few vaccines. Africa, a few ex-Soviet colonies, China, poor SE Asia, Japan. Other than that it is a disease of development and relative affluence* with Europe and the US (along with Brazil) leading the way. This says that there may be something about electrical interference, of course there are many factors.

    *Affluence tends to conflate with age of population though.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
  219. @El Dato

    Well, that’s a simple one. HIV destroys your immune system. Then all sorts of pathogens will cause injury until potentially killing you. That’s why AIDS is a syndrome, not a single disease. Honestly, taking the few minutes of googling required to find out what a syndrome is should make things clear enough.

    Conversely, other factors of all types that end up wrecking your immune system will “cause AIDS”, technically speaking. Think of it this way, when most of your skin gets damaged by severe burns, you don’t die because of the burns, you die of septicemia.

  220. Spect3r says:

    We do know of a lot of cases labelled as covid death in the west, where clearly it wasn’t covid, so i can easily see the numbers in our neurotic west being way lower than reported, but anyway…
    I still do not understand where does 5G comes into this story.
    I know there is that study regarding bacteria and electromagnetic waves, but, not only it didn’t say what Mr The queen of England is a lizard, says it does, as it was regarding bacteria, not a virus,
    Now, I’m not saying that the same cant happens with a virus, but until someone shows me proof of it, I’m not taking it as the first possibility.

    • Replies: @Truth
  221. Truth says:

    The connection between the flu and increased levels of EMF is a theory, but one that, in my opinon seems to make sense.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
  222. Angiekens says:

    I know the Walmart in Pico Rivera, CA is built on an old Rayethon Plant or Northrup, ( I am old and don’t recall exactly which one). That site had a massive underground tunnel system from the previous business.

    Not long after Walmart sprung up on the site they started doing a lot of street work consisting of vaults and steel plates all the way into Whittier. It was on Washing Blvd; several times over several years. They even had a sink hole on this street after the years of work.

    If there isn’t a massive tunnel system from Pico to Whittier and beyond I would be totally shocked.
    Is there not someone that could do radar/sonar or something to see if there is a tunnel system?

    Oh and by the way, the Pico Rivera Walmart was one that was closed do to (unexplained) plumbing problems.
    Curiouser and curiouser

    • Replies: @TheMoon
  223. TheMoon says:

    The best one I ran accross was the huge underwater tunnels off the coast of California reachable and navigable only by submarine. You head through the tunnels toward land, and wind up in a vast underground cavern beneath Southern California where there is now a big military base. In some versions humans share the base with other exotic entities.

    Another favorite is the hidden ancient empire beneath Mount Shasta that might or might not be connected to the SoCal caverns.

  224. TheMoon says:

    That reminds me of an old movie I saw as a kid. This Chinese were building tunnels under the US, and someone finds out and tries to warn the US Government. At some point they convince the whole country to shut everything down, anything that could make a noise, for a short period, so the only remaining noise would be natural sources and the supposed underground tunnels.

    Ah, searched and found it: Battle Beneath the Earth (1967)

    I remember it being a silly movie, but the basic idea is kind of neat. This is the sort of movie they should do remakes of if Hollywood insists on doing remakes. You could update it wil nuclear powered boring machines and whatnot. Hire Elon Musk as a consultant. 🙂

  225. Angiekens says:

    Update to prior post:

    According to Wikipedia; in Aug 1957 Los Angeles plant #2 opened in Pico Rivera. Ford built various model cars there until Jan 1980.

    After closure, the plant was then purchased by Northrop Corporation in 1982 where they established their “Advanced Systems Division,” which was a cover for the development of the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit stealth bomber.

    It was and still is common knowledge by the old locals that there is a vast tunnel network under the site.
    As of today there is a huge Walmart, Lowes, and a variety of other retail stores on the site. The Walmart was also one of the ones that were shut down inexplicably for “plumbing problems.”
    I would guess that with all the cellars they have put under Washington Blvd over the past 10 years and the old Goodyear plant (The Citidal shopping center) being less than ten miles away (from the Walmart); the tunnels at the very least run from Whittier to the 5 fwy/710 frwy/ 60 frwy interchange area.
    Just saying it’s kind of odd Walmart happens to be built on top of a known to exist tunnel network. At least for this Walmart I would say this is far from a conspiracy theory.

  226. Angiekens says:
    @Commentator Mike

    What makes you think the Jews aren’t the Nazis?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  227. @Jim H

    ‘Are Walmarts Secret Military Bases Linked by Hundreds of Miles of Underground Tunnels?’ — Andrew Anglin

    More like every military base is linked to at least one Walmart.

  228. Polemos says:

    Conspiracies do not make sense and defy reason so long as you do not allow magic or the power of intentionality to interfere with your closed worldview.

    Once you begin the process of unworking the limitations imposed upon your consciousness through choices you made prior to incarnation and through active counterintelligence —by both your keepers and your fellow inmates— you are then able to understand not only why you were previously “blinded” to these things but also why it is necessary to go slow in discovering Who you really are, down there, inside, past all of the skins you’ve installed and allowed to cover up the most amazing conspiracy of all.

    You have no reason to fear death, but it is also not right to want to die, over and over, without learning anything from the opportunities You are giving yourself to evolve.

    But returning to ultimate void as an insensate, unknowing unbeing: that is also an option for you, and lots of people who give in to the emotional complexity choose it. Erasure of all existence is the ultimate form of service to self, as the choice to serve others through one’s own adoption of metaphysical nihilism nevertheless still retains a divine gratitude for The Real and a conviction that it must endure even as one chooses, as the First Creator had, to wipe Self away so that others may live.

    This won’t make sense until it does, but then once it does, you will already be ready for The End. Where you go from there: you have always had that within You as your choice. After all, inspiration is only there to get you ready to breathe the air exhaled from your Fellows, to join through respiration what you must all accomplish through conspiration.

    Behind a mask, isolated in solitary rooms, how are you ever going to feel Spirit igniting those fires in your blood? No wonder they bind your blood with tiny machines while loosening bloodless daimonia as automatons, yet, for all this reason, do wonder and never cease to wonder. Even the machines will be your friends.

    • Troll: Raches
    • Replies: @Triteleia Laxa
  229. Spect3r says:

    Im going to check that 1st link after, but I checked this

    And the way he stretches things is insane.

    Answer me this, they use 5G to faster spread the virus… ok, then why not wait like 6 to 12 months and have the virus being released when all or at least most of EU would be using already 5g?
    I mean, if is 5G that helps spread the virus and the idea is to spread it the most and the fastest possible, waiting a few months would massively help that.

    • Replies: @Truth
  230. Truth says:

    5G is establishment of an advanced technological grid to bring about total surveillance/control, and the rumor is that one of the things that the vaccine does is to inject microchips into the recipient, to attach him to the grid.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
  231. Allan says:

    Now they’re even saying that it’s a “conspiracy theory” that the coronavirus vaccine is gene therapy

    And they are correct, more or less. None of the alleged vaccines modify the human genome, i.e. the human DNA carried on chromosomes in cell nuclei and in mitochondria. Rather, the mRNA (messenger RNA) jabs for SARS-CoV-2 inject synthetic mRNA into human muscle cells. That mRNA highjacks some of the cells’ own resources to synthesize the spike protein of the virus. This constitutes, at most, mRNA supplementation therapy, not “gene therapy”, gene modification, etc.

  232. Flo says:

    My local small-town Walmart parks six or eight containers at the far end of the parking lot at this time each year. I was told they were for extra storage while swapping seasonal items in and out. Made perfect sense, and the containers were removed after New Year each year. Same thing happened just a few weeks ago — the half-dozen containers showed up. But then an additional bunch of containers appeared, maybe as many as 14 or 16. And then a sturdy 10-foot chainlink fence was erected and covered with opaque tarps and secured with sturdy chains and padlocks. Odd. So I asked a friendly-looking clerk in the garden dept. what was going on. “Oh, we’re being remodeled! You’ll see the nice new fake wood floors when you go in.” And she was right. We’re being remodeled. They’ve moved a bunch of departments around too. No sign of cells or guard towers. Not yet.

  233. @Polemos

    If there is an evil, you are part of it. You are taking spiritual truths and tying them to idiot political fantasies. It is like you want people to end up spiritually bereft.

    • Replies: @Polemos
  234. chuckles says:
    @Mick Jagger gathers no Mosque

    I’ve been mildly tempted to create a small sticker that says “this is a camera” and put it beside the motion detectors on auto-flush toilets.

    Could start a cool urban legend.

  235. chuckles says:

    If you want a conspiracy theory, here it goes:

    Geocentrism vs. Heliocentrism cannot be satisfactorily decided, but Geocentrism got a big push in about 2014 when Dr. Sungenis came out with the movie “The Principle,” which suggested that the Earth was close or at the center of the universe, and used successive data from the WMAP, COBE, and Planck probes to demonstrate it. He also gathered a number of big name physicists who went on record talking about the cosmic background microwave radiation data, and how it could possible be interpreted to indicate a geocentric universe. Einstein’s theories also allow for the same interpretation. So make up your own mind.

    The conspiracy, however, enters in when you look at the explosion of Flat Earth propaganda. It all starts in the latter half of 2014.

    Quite a coincidence that there were no flat earthers until someone started making a scientific case for geocentrism. Could it be that TPTB wanted to create/connect long-discredited flat earth beliefs with scientifically-challenging and dangerous geocentrism evidence? Would that suffice to distract from the dead-end that cosmological physics has reached?

    Inquiring minds want to know…

  236. Spect3r says:

    “5G is establishment of an advanced technological grid to bring about total surveillance/control”


    “, and the rumor is that one of the things that the vaccine does is to inject microchips into the recipient, to attach him to the grid.”

    Im not saying its impossible, but as far as i can see, there is no evidence for it.

  237. @Donny

    If the government doesn’t have a plan to use hotels to quarantine people I would be really surprised.

    The Australian government is already using hotels for quarantine measures, to keep everyone safe from Covid. The quarantine hotels are faintly terrifying.

    It was all done very hush hush,” the Waterloo resident said.

    “I live across the street to it and all the doors have been frosted, police posted outside doing patrols. Real prison vibe coming from it.“

    The Waterloo resident said security around the “health hotel” was very tight.

    “It does have a very sterile hospital / asylum / hotel turned refugee camp look to it now.

  238. It’s easy to lie on microscopic matters that few can see, the origin of a virus for example.
    Much less so for a macroscopic matter, like the huge walmarts compounds.

    So if really there is a conspiration with Walmarts, the conspirators have to talk of it first, because it’s impossible to hide. Be proactive and talk first to normalize the topic and maybe “blur the lines”.

    A souvenir : “I woke up in a black FEMA box…” twang twang twang…(heavy metal). Megadeth 2008 Endgame album.

  239. @Truth

    ‘He was going on and on about “how those damn conservatives who don’t want to get vaccinated are going to cost us our lives!”’

    So, since he died of the alleged virus, I guess that means the vaccine doesn’t work. In fact, he likely died from the poison prick. So why should anyone get the prick.

    • Replies: @Truth
  240. Truth says:
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    That would be my opinion, but people I know see things differently. one my best friends received his first shot in July. In August he got a very bad bout of Covid and went to the hospital overnight, then decided to wait it out at home, and recoved in 8 days.

    I brought up the timeline of his vax-to-illness and he said; “yeah, I’m so happy I got the shot when I did!” He absolutely discounted any possibility of having received Covid from the shot. This is a self-made, multi-millionaire I’m talking about.

  241. @Donny

    Yes, in fact I do see evidence of trillions in covid stimulus spending everywhere, including the new \$30K Subarus and VW 4x4s now owned by Mexicans who were driving 1997 Astro Vans just recently.

  242. @Smashed Squash

    ..because there is no way the trustworthy LA Times would print an article that encourages people to believe in country-wide mass hypnosis stories that have no basis in fact…that wouldn’t come in handy for the global banking class at all…

  243. @Angiekens

    Yes, there is the theory that all leading Nazis, or most of them, were Jews, including Hitler a Rothschild one quarter.

    • Troll: Raches
  244. Seraphim says:

    Back to 1984 (or so). Roaring rumors that a vast system of underground tunnels (all ultra-secret, of course) was built under the New Parliament House in Canberra, Old Parliament House, American Embassy (guarded by US Marines, no less) to shelter the ‘elites’ from the effects of the war they prepared for culling the ever growing population of the Earth (Canberra slated to becoming the Capital of a New World Order/One World Government – aka ‘Bilderberg gang’, CFR, Trilateral, etc!) and cut our ‘freedoms’.

  245. Anonymous[268] • Disclaimer says:

    Um, the military. It’s called a cover. Look it up.
    The Nixon administration had “Plumbers” hoisted on the office door of the team designated to spy on the Democrats during the watergate scandal. So, based on your explanation, they must’ve been plumbers. Of course! Nothing to see here…The stupidity of some people never ceases to amaze me.

  246. Anonymike says:

    I read a science fiction story written in the 1920s about a giant gopher that got loose in Chicago, got lured to a park across the street from my high school no less and also now the site of the Barack Obama presidential library, and then was dispatched by artillery fire.

    I thought the story was a joke. I copied it and sent it to friend of mine of who was a proletarian intellectual. We agreed, sometimes a giant gopher is just a giant gopher.

    Now I’m not so sure. Maybe they did breed these gophers or other burrowing rodents. Maybe they use giant gophers or giant moles to dig tunnels. Remember, the tunnels don’t have to be very high quality, they just have to be travelable and that’s enough.

    You need to think big. Really big. Now let me tell you about the Moon landing. Yeah, they went. And yeah a lot of what shown on TV was studio footage. Why? Well, they were doing something there we weren’t supposed to know about. Maybe meeting somebody. Somebody not from this world. Maybe collecting or documenting artifacts from some other civilization that had been there already … a billion years ago.

    • Replies: @Seraphim
    , @Seen a DUMB IRL
  247. Seraphim says:

    Think ‘big’. The secret underground Kingdom of ‘Shambala/Shangrila/Agartha’, the abode of the ‘King of the World’ and ‘Unknown Masters/Ascended Masters/Masters of the Ancient Wisdom/Mahatmas/Cagliostros’ of the ‘Great White Brotherhood of Light/Great White Lodge’, you name it, is with us for centuries.

  248. @Anonymike

    They’re using high-tech drilling machines. Research Phil Schneider and what he disclosed about underground bases, or DUMBs, before he was murdered by those in power.

  249. Ned Kelly says:

    Conspiracy theories are often right– subliminally. Even really crazy ones like this one.

    So lie-down on de koach and I will tell you what your krazy fantasies really means: You krazy Amerikans believe you live in a free kountry with a free market… Hah, hah, I know it sounds krazy! But every day they (you) are confronted with the reality of this just one big store (Just like de Komunism) this big store sells schlock products made by slave labor in da Maoist people’s republic… This great big store pretends to pay its employees but to survive they have to get deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper in debt to just barely survive …. If they step out of line even a just a little bit they are immediately wacked over the head (or worse) by the omnipresent, omniscience police state… Say for example they are desperately trying to escape there hellish job and they run the yellow light outside de Vallmark and the robocop snaps them with a 500 dollars fine that they could never pay in a thousand years of working day and nicht at at de Vallmark.. but it is the money are their permit! So the poor retches have only one choice, to join up and fight in the forever wars in the Middle East….

    This has been based on a true story—Yah, it is true!

  250. Polemos says:
    @Triteleia Laxa

    What “idiot political fantasies?”

    Of course I am a part of the evil in this universe. You know the quote, too:

    If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?
    During the life of any heart this line keeps changing place; sometimes it is squeezed one way by exuberant evil and sometimes it shifts to allow enough space for good to flourish. One and the same human being is, at various ages, under various circumstances, a totally different human being. At times he is close to being a devil, at times to sainthood. But his name doesn’t change, and to that name we ascribe the whole lot, good and evil.

    I’m unsure why you think it’s like what you say. Appearances/deceiving/&c.: you’d have to give what your own perspective is, if you want us to understand you and your warning.

    I appreciate you want to engage with me and your patience in doing so.

  251. @Jefferson Temple

    I wonder if we will ever find out exactly who dreamed that up.

    I think we can safely rule out Mike Pence, at least.

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