Monday, November 7, 2011

The Conspiracy Theories

via Wikipedia - the Reptilian Humanoids from Alpha Draconis Conspiracy.

According to British writer David Icke, 5 to 12-foot (1.5 - 3.7 m) tall, blood-drinking, shape-shifting reptilian humanoids from the Alpha Draconis star system, now hiding in underground bases, are the force behind a worldwide conspiracy directed at humanity. He contends that most of the world's leaders are related to these reptilians. Icke's conspiracy theories now have supporters in 47 countries and he frequently gives lectures to crowds of 2,500 or more. American writer Vicki Santillano ranked the notion that "Reptilian humanoids control all of us" as the 10th most popular conspiracy theory.

via Media Matters - the Wayne La Pierre Conspiracy.

The Obama administration [...] hatched a political conspiracy to deceive Americans and hide its true agenda to dismantle the Second Amendment and our freedom. By delaying its anti-gun legislative agenda, it's tried to dupe gun owners into believing our fundamental freedom is safe.

The political calculation of the White House is clear: Deceive the voters and get re-elected at all costs and then, with no more elections to worry about, get busy dismantling the Second Amendment and destroying American freedom forever.

I have bad news for President Obama and his advisers. Gun owners aren't fools - and are not fooled.

NRA members and gun owners see through this Obama conspiracy and know the president has been setting the stage to gut the Second Amendment, quietly and behind the scenes.


  1. One of those is an obvious and blatant attempt to dupe the morons who believe it, the other is just a science fiction story about extra-terrestrial reptiles.

  2. Lizard people from a distant star is an extraordinary claim, requiring extraordinary evidence. By contrast, the idea that a president would work to reduce our exercise of our firearms rights is a matter of public record. We gun owners look at the Assault Weapons Ban as both insidious and stupid. Fortunately, it expired and will not be renewed. But let's note that both Heller and McDonald were five to four decisions. One more justice who opposes gun rights, and those decisions could be overturned.

    That being said, the NRA is an activist organization. We all know that activists tend to say things at the margins to get heard and make a point. I'm glad that the NRA does what it does, though. State by state and at the Federal level, things are getting better, and the NRA is pushing in the right direction.

  3. AWB is supported by a vast majority of Americans--even by a majority of NRA members. Further, AWB is not contrary to the 2A. Scalia, in Heller, asserted certain firearms could be banned.

    Thus, the NRA lied or believes in a conspiracy theory akin to lizard people.

    Of course, I have no doubt the NRA leadership doesn't believe what they say--they just say it to fleece the rubes.

  4. Jadegold,

    Nothing in what you said disproves the point. The Assault Weapons Ban was a step toward banning all weapons. Is that not what you want?

  5. You forgot the chemtrails! Its very big with meth heads, for some reason.

    For this reason (the meth head connection) this one has moved into first place with me! :D

  6. Thanks, Daisy, I love that one. I think there might be something to it too.