Sunday, February 3, 2008


I love websites like this. From

When it comes to this kind of information (i.e., fringe subjects), you atheists, scientists, and skeptics all of a sudden start claiming that you need "irrefutable proof" in order to believe it. OK, fine. Then I'll turn the tables on you: Go and prove that the leaders of this world are in fact human. Oh, that's right, YOU CAN'T! Hell, you wouldn't even be able to prove who the actual leaders are in the first place.

So, in the same breath that you say, "Oh my gosh, I went to this one stupid website and the guy said that aliens rule the world," you should also say, "Oh my gosh, I believe that humans rule the world, even though I have absolutely no proof for my belief." As you can see, one cannot just posit that humans rule the world. Where's the proof??? Think about it for a second: Right now, assume that aliens do in fact rule the world; then, combine this with the fact that people automatically assume that humans rule the world. Now, what do you have: The perfect recipe for deception! But, this concept of aliens secretly ruling the world is not just a theoretical possibility, it also happens to be the actual truth! And, this is no coincidence--the Reptilians intentionally designed society to be this very way. That is, society was designed so that no one would ever question the so-called "basic truths."

In other not-yet news, I'd like to form an Agnostic Temple & Monastery, a Cult of Not Knowing. Who wants in?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


and a political party based on asking difficult questions instead of thinking they're supposed to provide the answers.

new language tool from a brainstorm:

"pastensing": add a layer of past tense to every indicative statement you make.

is -> was. was -> had been. has -> had. will -> would.

Every time I opened my mouth it was already too late to speak accurately about the present.

All any of us could do was to make an etch into history.

Every "truth" he tried to put forward was immediately denied descriptive/proscriptive power over the present.

I had done this today while substituting, and it had been very fun but hard to subject others to.