jehovahs witness protection: The refusal to believe Obama isn't absolutely perfect is INSANE.
DrPainMD: fusillade762: The Daily Mail sourcing Infowars? That's dividing the derp by zero.I've noticed that Drudge has been linking to Infowars a lot. But, in almost every case, a quick Google search can find verification of whatever the story is from multiple, legitimate sources. I've come to the conclusion that the powers-that-be use Infowars to sway people into believing that something that happened didn't happen. And it works. People refuse to believe a lot of things that can be easily verified, just because their first knowledge of it came from Infowars. No wonder the politicians treat us like idiots; for the most part, we are.
oryx: The refusal to believe the United States would conduct a false flag operation is INSANE.
NobleHam: So the Daily Mail said that InfoWars said that these contractors said that the Qataris said that Michelle Obama's hairdresser said that her friend Suzie's cousin who works at the Pentagon heard that her boss approved a chemical attack on Syria! I know, totally messed up, right?!
Lionel Mandrake: Fail in Human Form: Allow me to sum up Alex Jones' position on Syria. The NWO is desperate and is losing the fight for our firearms. We must be disarmed before they can start rounding us up in FEMA camps, destroy the dollar, impose Chinese style working conditions on us, and then exterminate 99% of the population with a bio weapon so the new "royalty" can use its robot army to run the Earth with the select few humans remaining. Since the government runs Al Qaida, they're going to be directed by the president (who is a puppet of the NWO) to gain access to chemical weapons and use them against Syrian people as a pretext for starting WWIII. Then ensuing destruction, and desperate population, will allow the NWO to further their agenda before "enough people wake up" and realize their plans (which I won't type out because there's wayyy to many to list)./I did not make any of that up, that's exactly what he's saying everyday on his showI gotta start tuning into this guy. He sounds hilarious.
Satyagraha: Read about "Operation Northwoods" if you don't believe America is capable of committing a False Flag attack
Wayne 985: Wayne 985: This is Alex Jones, the man in charge of InfoWars:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR2UXmTGK4MWorth a laugh, but keep in mind this maniac has a lot of followers.Even better: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR2UXmTGK4M
Grungehamster: Mentat: Leaked emails from defense contractor refers to chemical weapons saying 'the idea is approved by Washington'Well, I'm convinced.It's not even that: it's a British defense contractor saying that Qatar had contacted them about selling chemical weapons to Syrian rebels and then said "the United States would totally approve of it if you did it." It's an e-mail from someone claiming they were told by a second person that a third person would grant approval to a program. It's weaker than hearsay.But if we don't treat this as something that is probably true it shows how we worship Obama apparently.
DoomPaul: It makes no sense.If the US wanted a false flag chemical attack to pin on Assad, why not use the rebels they are in contact with in Syria (some of who already have makeshift chemical weapons) or just use US intelligence assets in the country? Outsourcing this to third parties just adds to the chance things go wrong.
Bungles: If The Daily Mail thought this was even slightly legit, don't you think they'd you know, lead with it?As opposed to the 40th story on their website, and not in the paper edition at all?
Sgt Otter: So that's why they nick-named him "Boom-Boom!"
"Please excuse U.S. forces from this free-for-all. Sincerely, Epstein's Mother."
Aar1012: Is it time for the 'Obama is the war criminal-in-chief' talking point again?Barack Obama - The greatest tyrannical warmonger that was soft on defense
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