The whole Obama = Akhenaten has been around for a while now. The conspiracy nuts probably think that the old G.I. Joe cartoon mini-series about how they cloned Serpentor from a load of dead conquerors was some kind of documentary, so... I guess they picked the ancient kingdom with the most non-Christian symbolism they could find (Egypt) and went (more) nuts with it.
I just don't get WHY. He's one of our most mediocre, if not shitty, presidents. Which means it's cause he's black. Come on America, there can be black shitty presidents, too. Why you gotta do a thing?
It's part of the job. Every president is the antichrist or whatever for a while. Even Bush I was, which would've looked bad for Satan's HR department.
In case you didn't know Akanatan enforced his subjects to only worship the sun god not the over 9000 other gods the Egyptians worshipped
@Hailey2006, yeah, just like other pharaohs emphasized one god out of the pantheon over others. He also kept the other kingly tradition of him being basically a god incarnate on Earth.
Since a lot of these conspiracies rely on Christian mythology, it shouldn't matter if ol' Akh made his people favor one god over the others or if he'd not given a toss; none of them were Jeebus-Yoway, so it's not like one should be more "correct."
TrutherGirls have been on here before, long time ago, and it would seem they partially use satire to mask their legitimate, dumb, quasi-libertarian opinions
HAHA MENTAL ILLNESS
Right, no, you're right. You come here and all it is is people MOCKING stupid retards. Well I NEVER. Is your monocle okay after it popped off, you colossal fag?
Poe's law, dawg. Poe's law. If only we could generate energy from the weapons-grade crazy electing an incompetent black dude as a shitty president sparked off. "I recently found out from some lady, INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER!!!" Christ sakes, why do you people care so much about Black Bush?
Living with a woman who talks like this must be maddening.
It might just be simple juxtaposition with crazier beliefs to make her actual beliefs seem rational by comparison.
It's hard to tell parody from actual conspiracy theory these days, though the parodists do tend to give themselves away by overplaying their hands or getting a little too "wink wink" at the fourth wall, so to speak.
There's a lawyer from Vancouver, Andrew Basigo, for instance, who claims to have been part of the US government's secret chrononaut program and, well to quote from an article about his claims:
"Two former participants in the CIA’s Mars visitation program of the early 1980’s have confirmed that U.S. President Barack H. Obama was enrolled in their Mars training class in 1980 and was among the young Americans from the program who they later encountered on the Martian surface after reaching Mars via “jump room.”
Andrew D. Basiago, 50, a lawyer in Washington State who served in DARPA’s time travel program Project Pegasus in the 1970’s, and fellow chrononaut William B. Stillings, 44, who was tapped by the Mars program for his technical genius, have publicly confirmed that Obama was enrolled in their Mars training class in 1980 and that each later encountered Obama during visits to rudimentary U.S. facilities on Mars that took place from 1981 to 1983.
Their astonishing revelations provide a new dimension to the controversy surrounding President Obama’s background and pose the possibility that it is an elaborate ruse to conceal Obama’s participation as a young man in the U.S. secret space program."
It's hilarious how the first hit for "Project Pegasus" brings up a fictional outfit from the Marvel Comics universe.
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