Ooh, a New Conspiracy Theory


Well, it’s new to me anyway. I’m familiar with the litany of conspiracy theories about the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons and the Bohemian Grove. But the Alfalfa Club is new to me. Thankfully, Devvy Kidd is here to enlighten us at the Worldnutdaily:

One will recognize very prominent names who belonged to that organization since its beginning. But, there is far more to the treachery if one keeps digging. Individuals who belong to secret societies are molded to leadership positions and sold to the American people as upstanding Americans who have only our best interests at heart. Nothing could be further from the truth. Seemingly harmless groups like the Alfalfa Club draw little if any attention, even from the compromised “mainstream” media. The Alfalfa Club meets once a year for a big dinner – 200 attendees who pay $200 per plate and no media. The official list of inductees (not invited dinner guests) is an eye opener.

Past presidents, both Bushes and the current impostor president, Barry Soetoro, aka Obama, have attended Alfalfa dinners. If you haven’t made the inner circle of elites, don’t expect an invitation. In 2012, attendees included John Boehner, John Kerry and out-going club president, former associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Sandra Day O’Connor, who, in the infamous Lawrence v Texas sodomy set-up case didn’t deny homosexuality is a voluntarily chosen lifestyle.

Notable attendees in 2013 were Willard (Mitt) Romney and his wife, Rep. Paul Ryan and Henry Kissinger, who betrayed our POWs in Vietnam and is famous for saying: “The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.” Back in the 1970s, several revelations surfaced naming Kissinger as a Communist agent dating back to World War II. Tricky Dick Nixon personally intervened for his friend to waive Hank’s background check; Kissinger is the only appointee known to receive a special presidential waiver in his first term. Why? I can tell you: He was “fast tracked” by the CFR.

She thinks Henry Kissinger is a communist agent. Because clearly a communist agent would lead a war against communism that kills millions of people and overthrows even mildly socialist elected leaders around the world. That’s exactly what a communist would do, right? But come on, how can we take you seriously if you don’t include the Illuminati?

Comments

  1. says

    What is Devvy Kidd, doing with that extra ‘v’ and ‘d’? Seems a bit suspicious to me? I think she is in cahoots with the Rosenbergs to corner the market on extra letters.

  2. Nick Gotts says

    Ha! I know what these guys are up to. Joseph Heller exposed this conspiracy in Catch-22 – I bet they all don’t grow alfalfa:

    His specialty was alfalfa, and he made a good thing out of not growing any. The government paid him well for not growing any. Thee government paid him well for every bushel of alfalfa he did not grow. The more alfalfa he did not grow, the more money the government gave him, and he spent every penny he didn’t earn on new land to increase the amount of alfalfa he did not produce. Major Major’s father worked without rest at not growing alfalfa. On long winter evenings he remained indoors and did not mend harness, and he sprang out of bed at the crack of noon every day just to make certain that the chores would not be done. He invested in land wisely and soon was not growing more alfalfa than any other man in the country.

  3. matty1 says

    These cunning secret societies publishing their membership lists on the web, is that supposed to let us know who’s involved or something?

    Next thing you know they’ll be publishing agendas for those secret meetings in Davos.

  4. slc1 says

    Not to mention Skull and Bones to which both Bushes and Secretary of State Kerry belonged. Talk about a secret society!

  5. MikeMa says

    I used to envision grey matter oozing from skulls when I’d read something on parr with Ms Kidd’s effluvium. Now I must conclude that the oozing is past tense and all grey matter is gone.

  6. Abdul Alhazred says

    Half right about Kissinger.

    Not a commie of course, but they are right about him being evil.

    Maybe they figure if he’s evil, he must be a commie.

  7. sigurd jorsalfar says

    Funny how the fact that the elite of the two major political parties aren’t at all hostile to one another and are in fact pals who belong to the same clubs only make sense to these nuts when it’s painted as a left wing, homosexual conspiracy.

  8. Draken says

    Alfalfa? ‘s Nothing. I bet you’ve never heard of the Sarsaparilla Top, a gathering of the world’s most powerful smurfs.

  9. arakasi says

    When I was young, people like Ms. Kidd could be found on street corners in our largest cities handing out mimeographed sheets to any passerby who didn’t move fast enough. Pedestrians would often leap into oncoming traffic just to get away

    Now, through the magic of the internet, she can distribute her rantings to millions without leaving the comfort and safety of her bomb shelter. Meanwhile, our sidewalk pedestrians are slowing down and losing some of that spark and casual disregard for life threatening situations that made this country great

    Such is progress.

  10. says

    “The Alfalfa Club?” Really? The very name strikes terror in my red-bloded American heart! We must all pray every day they don’t hook up with the Belgian Endive Club…

    Ed, are you sure someone from the Onion wasn’t pulling a Poe/Sokal on the WND?

  11. says

    Alfalfa Group, sounds like a bunch of hippies sitting in a circle.

    In fairness, that’s probably one of the most terrifying things most WND readers can imagine. During the actual Hippie era, loony bigots like Hal Lindsey (still a WND contributor last I checked) were accusing hippies and anyone remotely like them of being followers of the Antichrist.

  12. chilidog99 says

    I thought that the original name was the “he-man women haters club” with Alfalfa as president.

  13. chilidog99 says

    I also find it highly significant that in the Lawrence case, Sandra Day O’Conner also failed to deny that Bigfoot is a homosexual.

  14. dingojack says

    One will recognize very prominent names who belonged to that organization since its beginning. But, there is far more to the treachery if one keeps digging. Individuals who belong to secret societies are molded to leadership positions and sold to the American people as upstanding Americans who have only our best interests at heart. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Like the founding member and first Life President of the Alfalfa Club, (the man who makes Joe Stalin look like Mother Teresa and Pol Pot look like Mr Rogers), I mean this nefarious individual!

    Dingo

  15. Scott Hanley says

    overthrows even mildly socialist elected leaders around the world. That’s exactly what a communist would do, right?

    To be honest, I would expect a communist to do that.

  16. slc1 says

    Re dingojack @ #18

    According to the late Christopher Hitchens, Mother Teresa wasn’t a very nice person.

  17. Michael Heath says

    Doug Little writes:

    Alfalfa Group, sounds like a bunch of hippies sitting in a circle.

    I immediately pictured a group of grown men who wished they were the character Alfalfa from the Our Gang series.

  18. Doug Little says

    Hal Lindsey (still a WND contributor last I checked) were accusing hippies and anyone remotely like them of being followers of the Antichrist

    So today’s atheists are just like yesterdays hippies in the wingnut mind, makes sense,

  19. Rev. BigDumbChimp says

    I never trusted that Alfalfa kid.

    Ever since he tried to smuggle that frog in his tuxedo I had my suspicions.

  20. Augustus Carp says

    There’s obviously something afoot. Alfala as a name is a complete give away…… it is of Arabic origin!

  21. says

    Zomg!!!

    You’re all missing the most important part: they have dinner together! Once a year! Where else can you imagine a couple hundred Washington power players getting together to schmooze over an expensive dinner?

    Besides, every other week in Washington, that is.

  22. Lonely Panda, e.s.l. says

    Overlooked is the most shocking revelation of all:

    Notable attendees in 2013 were Willard (Mitt) Romney and his wife, Rep. Paul Ryan and Henry Kissinger, […]

    Ryan and Kissinger share their role as Romney’s wife! (Well, as conspiracy theories go, it makes at least as much sense as Malcom X and Frank Marshall Davis both being Obama’s father)

  23. slc1 says

    At least they’re not claiming that the American Civil War was fought over ownership of coal mines in West Virginia.

  24. tassilo says

    Now if it were the Alfa Romeo club, she might be on to something. No one has ever denied that they conspire to take over World Nut Daily.

  25. John Pieret says

    $200 per plate? You can’t start a mildly effective lobbying campaign in DC for that, much less a decent global New World Order conspiracy!

  26. thebookofdave says

    One will recognize very prominent names who belonged to that organization since its beginning.

    I don’t see Buh-Weet on the guest list. This is obviously a false front, and not even the real Alfalfa Club. Layers within layers!

  27. says

    $200 per plate? You can’t start a mildly effective lobbying campaign in DC for that, much less a decent global New World Order conspiracy!

    No kidding. This is America! We deserve a higher quality of oligarchic/communist secret society!

  28. sc_770d159609e0f8deaa72849e3731a29d says

    She thinks Henry Kissinger is a communist agent. Because clearly a communist agent would lead a war against communism that kills millions of people and overthrows even mildly socialist elected leaders around the world.

    well, she has a point: Kissinger and Nixon did more to discredit the USA and render the rest of the world hostile to the USA and make communism look good tin comparison han any avowed communist did.

  29. martinc says

    Interesting that she has that childish “their real names revealed!” obsession:

    “Soetoro” i.e. Obama
    “Willard” i.e. Mitt Romney

    cf.

    “Frankenberger” i.e. Hitler

  30. jnorris says

    I am not impressed with all those big shots paying only $200-a-plate for an annual big fancy dinner. That might be big money at a Mississippi county Tea Party fundraiser/bingo game at the VFW post, but its chump change for this Gay Muslim Atheists Space Lizards.

  31. caseloweraz says

    …former associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Sandra Day O’Connor, who, in the infamous Lawrence v Texas sodomy set-up case didn’t deny homosexuality is a voluntarily chosen lifestyle.

    Kidd failed to mention the really nefarious things that Sandra Day O’Connor didn’t deny in her SCOTUS decision. Apparently even he stands in terror of the awesome powers of— The Golden One Alfalfa Club.

  32. caseloweraz says

    Mr Ed: Classic misdirection. The real power is held by the Sorghum group.

    I’ll see your Sorghum Group and raise you the secretive Okra Alliance, led secretly by Okra Winfrey.

  33. caseloweraz says

    About those inductees: Yeah, who would trust a group that inducted the likes of Neil Armstrong, first man on the Moon? Michael Collins? John Glenn?

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