Denial Paranoia: Louisiana Flood due to “Weather Weapon”

September 13, 2016

Mind control is a thing. It’s actually a business model.
It’s not the “They Live” model of invisible rays from the television controlling the populace, at least not yet.  The reality is much more low tech, has been known to tyrants for thousands of years, but has been amplified by mass media and internet vectors in the current version.

One of the key components is that you split people away from objective reality with some kind of a Big Lie, doesn’t really matter what, but, “my God is the best God”,  “Barack Obama was born in Kenya”, or “Climate Change is a Chinese Plot” will all do just fine.  Then you build your alternative reality edifice on that, creating a parallel world that looks very much like the objective one, with a few critical differences inserted.
Once you’ve got that, then you’re off and running – and if you’ve entrained a number of followers, you can fleece them, direct them, and if necessary, send them to war.

Reality check below.

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9 Responses to “Denial Paranoia: Louisiana Flood due to “Weather Weapon””


  1. I need a pair of those shades to reflect the HAARP rays. Do they come in a clip-on?

  2. dumboldguy Says:

    Two great video clips! Steve Quayle, Jim Bakker, and Alex Jones are a match made in hell, and they make the Three Stooges look like Newton, Einstein, and Darwin. Hitler understood, and Trump does also.

    True words—-“Mind control is a business model”—-and “They Live” is already here in spirit if not in actuality. The Repugnants know this and have been practicing it for 40+ years.

  3. Ted Kerchner Says:

    Hey, I thought the deniers thought AGW wasn’t happening because, to paraphrase, “mankind can’t have an effect in the climate” even after almost two centuries of CO-2 emissions. Now some of them think the government can, in a relatively short period of time, intentionally affect the weather and create disasters?


  4. Mass media does control the populace. Commercial television damages attention span. It’s more blatant than “invisible rays’ though.

    • ubrew12 Says:

      It’s difficult to explain the ‘Trump phenomenon’ any other way. Trump’s reality-TV celebrity status ‘trumps’ the combined statecraft experience of Bush, Kasich, Cruz, Rubio, Paul, and Christie (and possibly even Clinton). They thought they were running for a political position. Television says they are running to win ‘Dancing with the Tsars’. Which is it? Lets ask the TV …

      • dumboldguy Says:

        “Dancing with the Tsars” Excellent!

        (Trump would also have won if they were instead competing on “America’s Got No Talent” and would have been a runaway in “So You Think You Can Prance”).

  5. schwadevivre Says:

    Cue the X-files theme.

    There are times when i think broadcasts about conspiracy theories are a plot to rid the world of desks by getting normal humans to repeatedly beat their heads against the furniture.

    … and a 400 yard wide underground road???? Have any of these deadbeats ever looked at structural engineering?

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Yes, the “400 yard wide underground road” idea was a real jaw-dropper. And no, they have never looked at “structural engineering”—-that would imply that they are familiar with the meaning of those words, and they obviously are not, just as they are not with “science”, “logic”, and “rational thought”.

      PS I remember seeing a cartoon somewhere that had a pillow with a “beat head here” label—-you could place that on the furniture and save both it and your head some wear and tear.


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