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Desc:Alex Jones weighs in on the situation in Japan.
Category:News & Politics, Science & Technology
Tags:Japan, alex jones, radiation, panic, Fukushima
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
Date:03/19/11
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IrishWhiskey - 2011-03-19
Are you a nuclear technician who knows we are all going to die, and been told by the government to keep quiet about it? If so call in. Or don't, as either result will confirm my claims.

If you've spent so much as five minutes reading an international news source or a wikipedia article on radioactivity don't call in. All our research is based on WND, Fox News, and whatever Jimmy, the paranoid schizophrenic we keep off his meds in a locked cupboard, comes out with that we can still use on air.


memedumpster - 2011-03-19
We've generated more radiation than has ever drifted over to us. The rest of the world needs to catch the hell... oh... I just realized what bad taste what I was about to say was.

Yeesh.
Zarathustra00 - 2011-03-19
Former head of the Star Wars program. I don't think that's the glowing recommendation Alex thinks it is.
dbtng - 2011-03-19
Incomprehensible babble.
Toenails - 2011-03-19
Oh, so there's actually people trying use the tragedy in Japan to scare stupid teabaggers.

Funny how you don't pay attention to things sometimes.
GQ - 2011-03-20
Alex Jones would try to find a way to scare into the NWO Illuminati global conspiracy over someone he liked on American Idol getting voted off. Of course, the difference between him and Glenn Beck is Alex Jones actually 100% believes in the shit he says

fluffy - 2011-03-20
I wonder how much of this is from people thinking that a hydrogen explosion has anything to do with a hydrogen bomb.
mon666ster - 2011-03-21
This morning on Facebook, Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura posted a message advertising that InfoWars is selling Potassium Iodide. Having now watched this video and contemplated that fact, all I can say is that I SENSE A CONSPIRACY!
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