Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Who Is Ronald F. Avery?

He's the latest fruitcake to appear on Alex Jones' show here:

He's also a member of Architects & Engineers for 9-11 Nuttiness; one of those 1,000 or so signers who's actually a degreed and licensed architect.

And yes, he's a thorough fruitcake, as you can see here:

Jesus Christ is an extraterrestrial hyperspace alien -- and he's turning people into aliens!

That's the astounding bombshell revelation of Ronald F. Avery -- who was himself born of woman yet made alien by Jesus! -- as told in his book, Alien Physics -- and in a shocking and exclusive interview with the Weekly Universe!


If you scroll down to the end of that page, you'll see it's the same guy:
Ronald F. Avery describes himself as "a licensed architect and interior designer in the so-called state of Texas. My religious/spiritual/philosophical station is that I have become an extraterrestrial hyperspace alien."


Perhaps he could start up the Hyperspace Aliens for 9-11 Truth Group; at this point I'm beginning to think there are probably thousands of them, too. And he's like that parody Truther from South Park; he's got his own scale models of the towers:

Hat Tip: Commenter NESNYC. Great find!

Update: Blog-buddy Dan K Stanley had his own run-in with Avery a month or so ago at an End the Fed rally. Lots of humor in this one; love the guy who yells out (about a minute in), "Oh, I'm crazy! Yeah, I'm a pedophile, too!" Or the gal who says private companies are prohibited in the constitution.

Unfortunately there are a lot of explosions going off in the background (or could that possibly be wind blowing across the microphone?).

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24 Comments:

At 18 March, 2010 01:37, Anonymous Sword of Truth said...

Denying the Holocaust didn't damage your credibility enough, Nessie?

 
At 18 March, 2010 03:18, Blogger Dan K. Stanley said...

This is the guy I was telling you is going to speak at the A&EFOR9/11Truth "press conference/seminar". He and San Antonio WeAreChange challenged me to a debate, scheduled it without telling me, postponed it to study up on 9/11 more, and then cancelled on me.....all without even coontacting me once, lol The truthers are having the press conference in Austin Texas at the Double Tree Inn (ironic slightly).

Link to press conference here: http://www.meetup.com/WeAreChangeSanAntonio/calendar/12751980/?from=list&offset=0

Key speakers: Alex jones, "dr." Ron Avery and some other schlubs.




I hate getting "hat-tip jacked"!
:p I totally scooped NESYNC on this one a couple comment sections ago......i hate my life, lol.

 
At 18 March, 2010 03:28, Blogger Dan K. Stanley said...

LOl, if you scroll back to May, of 2009 on the San Antonio WAC meetup, you can see the debate with me that was scheduled. There are also some meet-ups for the Debra Medina campaign a few months back, hehehe

 
At 18 March, 2010 03:49, Blogger Dan K. Stanley said...

Here it is, my encounter with Dr. Ron Avery at an End the Fed rally: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp9ek3MPLyY



I was challenged to a debate at about 8:07 into the video. Also you see Ron Avery at about 30 seconds in. Lots of funny stuff in this one.

 
At 18 March, 2010 06:44, Blogger angrysoba said...

"Agent provocateur"!

LOL!

In Truther World there is no such thing as, "This guy happened to disagree with me". It is always a "paid shill", an "agent provocateur" or a "sheeple".

 
At 18 March, 2010 06:49, Blogger angrysoba said...

We were out protesting the Federal Reserve, but this Agent Provocateur was only concerned as to if or ifn't we thought 9-11 was an inside job, which is a different subject...

Oh, you mean you don't believe in that kind of lunacy?

... though if you are wondering, I do think 9-11 was an inside job.

Quelle surprise!

By the way, does anyone say "ifn't"?

Truthers are funny. They have all kinds of weird notions about what does and what doesn't discredit them. Like those Truthers who thought the "no-planers" were discrediting them, yet in the very next frame they pointed at the sky and declared: "Look! Chemtrails!"

 
At 18 March, 2010 06:58, Anonymous New Yorker said...

isn't "extraterrestrial hyperspace alien" a bit redundant? Nonetheless, I'm curious if Jesus has an army of modified attack baboons that help him turn people into aliens.

 
At 18 March, 2010 07:32, Anonymous Patrick from Cincinnati said...

Shit I heard this guy and I thought it was all over for us.

Thank you fellow debunkers!

/s/

 
At 18 March, 2010 07:59, Anonymous Bikerman said...

isn't "extraterrestrial hyperspace alien" a bit redundant? Nonetheless, I'm curious if Jesus has an army of modified attack baboons that help him turn people into aliens.

I wonder if Alex Jones' "Goblin People" are wrapped up in the matter.

 
At 18 March, 2010 10:11, Blogger Dan K. Stanley said...

Hehehe, yeah! There was alotta crazy out that day. They all claim to be JUST "End the Fed'ers" but the 9/11 truth slowly came outta everyone there.

 
At 18 March, 2010 10:17, Anonymous Patrick from Cincinnati said...

Awesome Dan!

Yeah, the theory of crank magnetism pretty much rules out the possibility that "end-the-Fed" nutters won't at least flirt with 911 truthiness.

 
At 18 March, 2010 11:02, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Concedes Avery: 'I do not believe that a modern medical doctor or scientist could detect me other than by my very strange verbal reporting.'"

I wonder how many truthers know that Avery believes that "Carl Sagan was also another great antichrist that continued the work of Einstein in deceiving the world."

 
At 18 March, 2010 18:44, Blogger nes718 said...

OMG! Everyone is loosing their minds! :D

Origin of the Species, From an Alien View

 
At 18 March, 2010 21:47, Anonymous Anonymous said...

isn't "extraterrestrial hyperspace alien" a bit redundant?

No because this is in contrast to aliens from regular space. Jesus clearly came from hyperspace. Or something.
Bernanke must be terrified of the mass movement against central banking! So scared they have to send [holding back laugher] agent provocateurs to the anti-fed rallies. What a bunch of know-nothing morons. I'm sure they have excellent ideas as to how to reform our monetary system and don't just mindlessly parrot what gold-fundamentalists tell them.

 
At 19 March, 2010 12:50, Anonymous S. Jensen said...

Nice video Dan - one question I have for you. What do you use to get the stench off after you get so close to them? I'm assuming the typical lye bath just doesn't cut it.

O/T - I know Austin is pretty batshitcrazy. My son got accepted to UT and Georgia Tech. Is it crazy enough I should be pushing him toward GT?

 
At 19 March, 2010 13:25, Blogger Dave Kyte said...

I wonder how many truthers know that Avery believes that "Carl Sagan was also another great antichrist that continued the work of Einstein in deceiving the world."

If Sagan were alive today he would no doubt be one of the debunkers, being a rationalist and all. And no doubt be a part of the JREF skeptics that truthers hate so much.

 
At 19 March, 2010 14:55, Blogger Dan K. Stanley said...

"Nice video Dan - one question I have for you. What do you use to get the stench off after you get so close to them? I'm assuming the typical lye bath just doesn't cut it."
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lol, a tomato soup bath and lots of antibiotics. Always make sure to take the whole regimen, hehe.

It actually gets pretty scary in
a big crowd of crazies like that. The fact that they all agree with eachother can be pretty hard to overcome. I was trying to make a point about ther*te at one point and got so overwhelmed with nonsense that I must have lost my train of thought 3 or 4 times.

I would love to see how many people are going to attend that press conference in Austin though. I'm geussing about 20-30 people. I actually called the Doubletree hotel and asked them some questions and apparently there are now supposed to be hundreds of people there because of Alex Jones speaking.

 
At 19 March, 2010 17:01, Blogger Triterope said...

O/T - I know Austin is pretty batshitcrazy. My son got accepted to UT and Georgia Tech. Is it crazy enough I should be pushing him toward GT?

All college towns are batshitcrazy to some extent. I wouldn't let that dictate where I wanted my child to go.

 
At 20 March, 2010 00:20, Blogger angrysoba said...

Ron will also present the elements required to prove a conspiracy in court and the
philosophy that breeds 9/11 events and “terrorist attacks.”


Well then, we can expect Ron to be there at the trial of KSM. (Where ever that's gonna be).

Dr. Hays will also present the mathematical probability of the types of events that
occurred on 9/11.


Should be riveting. What's the probability he'll conclude:

a) the government knocked down three buildings with silent but deafeningly loud explosive thermitic materials after flying remote controlled planes into them and maybe a cruise missile (with wings!) into the Pentagon disappeared a few hundred passengers and scripted the entire world's media with the connivance of thousands of others employed in various trades from fire-fighting, engineering, air traffic control, the Red Cross etc...etc...
is more likely than

b) some guys hijacked four planes and crashed them into buildings

?

 
At 21 March, 2010 22:46, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just looking at your avatar, angrysoba, where Cheney looks like Ernst Stavro Blofeld, hatching another plot for SPECTRE, I find it impossible not to believe he's a 9/11 conspirator.

All that's missing from the picture is a fluffy, evil looking Persian cat.

Admit it. Cheney did 9/11. You know you want to believe it. And so do Pat and James. It's too good not to be true.

 
At 22 March, 2010 00:52, Blogger angrysoba said...

Just looking at your avatar, angrysoba, where Cheney looks like Ernst Stavro Blofeld, hatching another plot for SPECTRE,

I presumed it was Dr. Strangelove.

I find it impossible not to believe he's a 9/11 conspirator.


So you project the limits of your understanding on to others?

You know you want to believe it.

What I believe and what I want to believe are not necessarily the same things. Just as what you believe and reality are not the same things.

This is a very fundamental problem that you Truthers have. You can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality.

 
At 22 March, 2010 12:01, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you define the framework of "reality" around the work of the 9/11 commission, then I suspect your frontal lobe has gone on a permanent picnic.

Reality and politics are poles apart.

However, establishing a monopoly on reality seems to be the core business of SLC. It seems to me this leads to dangerous injudicious hubris, and the establishment of arbitrary boundaries of acceptable criticism of power. If power itself is ostensibly incapable of massive crimes within this self-styled framework of reality, we might as well give up on the entire system of checks and balances. In fact, I think we might have done so already!

Haven't you read the works of some of the people previously employed in covert operations? Are your eyes wide shut? Why does skepticism exclude analysis of false flag operations, on the grounds that this amounts to "conspiracy theorizing"? Sure, there's plenty of loony nonsense out there, but it seems to me you are throwing out the baby with the bathwater.

Just look at Tony Blair and his recent observation:

The reasons for an inquiry into his government's actions, he argued during a recent interview, stem merely from an "obsession" to uncover a grand "conspiracy" to take the two nations to war.

Nowadays, all that authority figures have to do to arrest inquiry, is to drop the C-bomb. Are these the fruits of so-called "skepticism"? Do you believe mr. Blair? If you do, do you still think your grasp on reality is firm and steady? And if you don't, why would you continue to approach the subject matter with such staunch rigidity? You could be doing it differently: you could offer a more plausible alternative narrative to the conspiracy theorists you so despise, and you'd owe it to the Iraqis to subject your own leaders to the same scrutiny as foreigners would. In doing so, there's no need to turn into some sort of self-hating terrorist apologizing George Galloway, if you do it out of love for your country.

Sorry for the long rant, but I see such suffocating unwillingness to reflect on our own deeply flawed politics, that I wonder if reality even exists, on any side, anymore.

 
At 23 March, 2010 10:49, Anonymous New Yorker said...

However, establishing a monopoly on reality seems to be the core business of SLC. It seems to me this leads to dangerous injudicious hubris, and the establishment of arbitrary boundaries of acceptable criticism of power. If power itself is ostensibly incapable of massive crimes within this self-styled framework of reality, we might as well give up on the entire system of checks and balances. In fact, I think we might have done so already!

Using big words isn't a substitute for critical thought, you know.

Haven't you read the works of some of the people previously employed in covert operations? Are your eyes wide shut? Why does skepticism exclude analysis of false flag operations, on the grounds that this amounts to "conspiracy theorizing"? Sure, there's plenty of loony nonsense out there, but it seems to me you are throwing out the baby with the bathwater.

Yes, there's plenty of loony nonsense out there: 9/11 "truth" for example.

Nowadays, all that authority figures have to do to arrest inquiry, is to drop the C-bomb. Are these the fruits of so-called "skepticism"? Do you believe mr. Blair? If you do, do you still think your grasp on reality is firm and steady? And if you don't, why would you continue to approach the subject matter with such staunch rigidity? You could be doing it differently: you could offer a more plausible alternative narrative to the conspiracy theorists you so despise, and you'd owe it to the Iraqis to subject your own leaders to the same scrutiny as foreigners would. In doing so, there's no need to turn into some sort of self-hating terrorist apologizing George Galloway, if you do it out of love for your country.

Are you auditioning for the part of Otter in a school play production of "Animal House"?

"But you can't hold a whole fraternity responsible for the behavior of a few, sick twisted individuals. For if you do, then shouldn't we blame the whole fraternity system? And if the whole fraternity system is guilty, then isn't this an indictment of our educational institutions in general? I put it to you, Greg - isn't this an indictment of our entire American society? Well, you can do whatever you want to us, but we're not going to sit here and listen to you badmouth the United States of America. Gentlemen!"

Sorry for the long rant, but I see such suffocating unwillingness to reflect on our own deeply flawed politics, that I wonder if reality even exists, on any side, anymore.

Cut back on the LSD and reality will return.

 
At 23 March, 2010 13:39, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess that means you're auditioning for the part of nurse Ratched in "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest".

 

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