The Last Spoonbender

Can you please try to ‘see’ where YOU believe the plane went down?

- Uri Geller

“Malaysia Plane Crash: what do you all think? If the plane did not crash is it possible for it to have landed in either North Korea or Iran?? How many of you think it crashed how many of you think it landed somewhere.” – Uri Geller

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MH370 – A New Hotbed of Conspiracy from Mike Adams

This post has 84,000 hits already courtesy of Facebook alone. This post is on a website whose traffic and income would put our totals to shame. This post comes from well known quack and conspiracy theorist Mike Adams.

This is not new, with every disaster comes a haze of shady conspiracy theories. From school shootings to air crashes, all are due to the shady governments. The very same governments that are often so incompetent and bloated are also sleek and capable of needless complicated plans.

Natural News has not one but TWO conspiracy theories up with regards to the fate of the plane. In short? Mike Adams who owns a website and lives in the USA has a better idea of the situation than the major rescue operation involving around 60 different vessels in the air and on sea searching for the missing aircraft.

What is puzzling is the lack of communication in an era when communication devices are universal. [Read more...]

Not All Weapons are Bullets

To a lot of us who don’t live in a war zone, we think of bullets as a personal way to kill. You sight the enemy and squeeze the trigger and a bullet stamped with his name on it hurtles towards him through the genius of chemistry in order to kill him for various reasons (Queen, Country, God, He took your stuff… whatever).

But not all ways to kill come at the hands of a bullet. [Read more...]

Co-opting the Dead

Nelson Mandela stood up against a great injustice and was willing to pay a huge price for that, and that’s the reason he is mourned today, because of that struggle that he performed…and I would make the argument that we have a great injustice going on right now in this country with an ever increasing size of government that is taking over and controlling people’s lives, and Obamacare is front and center in that.

This is from Rick Santorum.

This is not an argument that’s a good idea in any shape way or form.

Because on the scale of oppression the government forcing and pushing insurance companies to provide universal coverage thus enabling more Americans to get healthcare is no where near what Black South Africans went through in South Africa.

In fact as ideas go the encouragement of everyone to get insurance and so have a basic level of coverage so that they are capable of getting prompt healthcare is NOT an evil while the enforcement of segregation and the brick ceiling to the progress of non-whites. This is “racism”.  [Read more...]

News – Terror Attack In the UK

This is something Pat Condell didn’t really cover.

I know I am flogging the dead horse but really? There are still people who follow him and do so with a huge amount of respect for his “truthiness”.

He’s a staunch warrior against the Islamification of Britain, never mind that most atheists in the UK kind of dislike the fundie Islamicist irrespective of our sexual preference. [Read more...]

Faith in a Delusion

I think these guys should be up for a Darwin Award Honourable Mention except for one thing.

They were willing to risk their children in a bloody stupid adventure over a delusion.

A leap of faith that sent an Arizona family bound for the South Pacific in a sailboat has returned them in an airplane after a harrowing ordeal at sea that saw them adrift and nearly out of food in one of the remotest stretches of ocean on the planet.

Dear NPR. It’s not a leap of faith. It’s a fucking moronic delusion that nearly cost their lives. Driving a motorcycle without a helmet is not a leap of faith. It’s the act of high stupidity. Sailing off in an underpowered boat with nothing to help them on their way but incompetence and prayer is not an act of faith but an act of idiots.

Hannah Gastonguay, 26, and her husband, Sean, 30, were fed up with abortion, homosexuality, taxes and the “state-controlled church” and so “decided to take a leap of faith and see where God led us,” she told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. With them were Sean’s father and the couple’s two daughters, one 3 years old and the other an infant.

Because 3 year olds and infants are phenomenal in open waters.

Seriously? Going galt because other people are having abortions, gay and having to pay tax? And what? You would end up on a tropical paradise? You clearly thought a child under the age of one would thrive on a small sail boat. Something tells me as preparations go you were more in the “prayer and Bibles” side of things than in the “Compasses and Food”.

A few weeks into their ultimately 91 days at sea, the Gastonguays encountered “squall after squall after squall” that damaged their boat. Originally on a heading for the archipelago nation of Kiribati near the international dateline, they changed course to the Marquesas Islands, but were unable to reach them either.

Because there are no gays near the international date line… Also? No taxes? I am pretty sure Kiribati is a real country with real taxes. Just because it’s a tropical paradise doesn’t mean it’s bereft of the trappings of modern society. It isn’t populated by hula girls wearing coconut brasseires and natives who fear fire and your boom sticks.

I mean, wikipedia is your friend.

Along the way, they apparently suffered damage to their mast and, unable to set a foresail, made little westward progress.

They were down to “some juice and some honey” and whatever fish they could catch when a passing Canadian cargo ship tried to help out with supplies. But when it came alongside, it did even more damage to the tiny sailboat.

Eventually, the family was picked up by a Venezuelan fishing vessel.

I am pretty sure that’s just Satan trying to stop them from reaching their tax free paradise bereft of abortions and gays. Or physical forces.

Not god. Clearly it’s just bad luck right? I mean, it’s only a miracle when unlikely but good things happen!

That’s the real tragedy. This family will never realise how really lucky they were to be found. They will put it down to magic rather than the technology  of man. They will forever consider it a test of their faith and be proud and claim that their god kept them safe throughout rather than think that their actions were frankly delusional and not only endangered the lives of themselves but also of two minors who don’t know any better.