|exy - 2012-05-24 |
I'm so ashamed of all the times I ridiculed the chemtrails theorists now.
|gambol - 2012-05-24 |
ahh that's the stuff
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-05-24 |
Putting aside the usual religious nut-bunny's concept of how genetics work, isn't this admitting that religion is biological in origin, and therefore not in any way divine? I find it vastly humorous for them to be saying that, putting their faith on the same level as their drives to fuck and consume calories.
|Ursa_minor - 2012-05-24 |
Is this real? What's the deal?
"Are you kidding?!? It's a joke right?!? Are our leaders truly this demented?? What's next a vaccine to make you go to work, go to school, commit suicide, inbreed? Control everything is the way of the new world order. Come at me like a man you pencil neck [email protected]
&$tard. I will bury you. This is a direct threat to my life and as such, under law, I am justified in using whatever means, to stop an attack on my life. Give a vaccine to me through a flu virus?!?!? Somebody's got some appalling nerve."
1 month ago
I searched quite a bit and was completely unable to find any evidence whatsoever that this is, in any way, legit. Every single website or mirrored video for this just says "OMG SECRET FILM OF THE DOD REVEALS THE CONSPIRACY" and has no citations or any evidence to even remotely prove the origin of the video. It looks insanely fake, personally. Like a group of people went to a college lecture hall and created a "presentation" to make it seem legit, then added some OFFICIAL LOOKING time-code and text on the video.
Now, maybe it IS real and I'm totally wrong. If that's the case, then it probably falls into the pile of insane bullshit that the government probably researches every day only to eventually find out the people doing the research are batshit crazy and/or are not real scientists.
The opportunities for trolling seem infinite, except they'll never believe it was a joke, ever. Your attempt to prank them and perhaps show them that they really need to be less, well, nuts, will just be woven into the conspiracy.
It's kind of amazing that the "vanilla" versions of organized religions seem so relatively coherent, apart from the imaginary friends.
The establishment (aka white men) make war on the whales, trees, earth, education, our health, the uterus and now our passions. We must stand up to this and keep the essences alive that make Life joyous, wondrous, alive, exciting, inspiring, innocent, individual, human and worth Living. namaste ☮♥
|Ghoul - 2012-05-24 |
They obviously aren't using this weapon in the bible belt.
|Pompoulus - 2012-05-24 |
Yeah today I went to the Pentagon briefed like almost ten guys, it was pretty serious.
|jangbones - 2012-05-24 |
these people are so sad
I honestly feel very bad for them
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-05-24 |
Also, from the description:
"Although FunVax has brought stability to several countries in the Middle East and is currently responsible for the pro-democracy rallies through out the Middle East..."
Stability? By what measure, exactly? And how does he explain the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, the continuing hostilities in Israel, Syria, etc.?
The crazy is strong in this one.
And no, I don't mean the Muslim Brotherhood is some kind of boogeyman; I merely point out that if his FunVax worked as he seems to think, they'd become the Athiest Brotherhood or the "Allah Who?" Brotherhood.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2012-05-24 |
Q: So how do we protect our own troops from contracting the SuperFlu and questioning the malarky we feed them?
A: We're working on that. HACHOOOOOO!
|pastorofmuppets - 2012-05-24 |
The disease is passed on via saliva and reading some motherfucking books.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-05-24 |
Eventually, video game cutscenes will be taken at face value and presented as evidence of conspiracies.
|Maggot Brain - 2012-05-24 |
what movie is this for?
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-05-24 |
This is impossible and would never work. But, the stupid people that want to believe anything will still believe this video with its little timestamp and all over anything else.
|spikestoyiu - 2012-05-24 |
The most poorly attended DoD briefing of all-time.
"Just wander in and sit wherever, general."
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2012-05-24 |
The pentagon secret virus cabal is 6 dudes who meet at the local community center every first and third tuesday. Nick's nephew records the meetings on his camcorder for his cinematography class.
UMM..TIME CODE, PEOPLE! IT HAS TO BE SERIOUS!
Why is it that when people add timestamps in post-production, they never look anything like actual timestamps? Same goes for digital photos. People at home can create Hollywood-quality CGI these days, but they still can't replicate an authentic-looking timestamp.
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2012-05-24 |
"Excuse me, sir. What are you people doing in here? This room is reserved for the Student Council meeting today. How did you get in here?"
|Space Helicopter - 2012-05-26 |
The biggest giveaway? Those two brains are one and the same.
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