Conspiracy Corner – Chemtrails (and a bit of a competition)


This week I talked a little about chemtrails and an e-mail that was sent in to the station about how, apparently, the media have revealed the truth of what is really going on with regards to those pesky contrails, weird cloud formations and the like. Have a listen.

Also, for reasons that are not altogether clear, I happen to have a spare Doctor Who DVD, namely “The Claws of Axos” (which features the character of Bill Filer, someone I wish they had granted a spin-off to) which I’m going to give away to the commenter who suggests the best conspiracy theory for me to discuss on an upcoming show. I’m afraid my postage ability really only extends to the North and South Islands of Aotearoa me Te Wai Pounamu, so this is a NZ-only comp. Sorry.


Daniel Schealler says:

Conspiracy Theory:
It is not true that that goats will fall over in a stiff faint if you sneak up to them and give them a fright.

This commonly held belief is held by the public as a result of a US-government led experiment in the use of media as a form of mind control to instill false beliefs in the public.

Most notable examples of this form of mind control was the movie ‘Men Who Stare at Goats’ coupled with the use of online video sites to provide faked footage of goats falling over stiffly when surprised by innocent-seeming people and children.

This in and of itself may not seem particularly sinister. However, it is an important point to be remembered when people doubt the existence of such mind-control techniques.

Of course, if you don’t think this is really an example of a ham-fisted and obvious mind-control-via-social-media experiment, then you’ve either been hypnotized by the system and need to wake up, or you may even be a secret agent contributing to the problem.

Inspired by this quote:
“I’ve been saying for years: The Shadow Government already has scare-goat related disinfo hypnology.”
– Schaeffer T. Darklord, The AM Radio Skit, Final Boss, MC Frontalot

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