Wednesday, June 08, 2011

A Report from Conspiracy Con

Over at a local Santa Clara blog.
Dietrich is also a compelling story-teller, and his rococo tales of diabolical practices at the highest levels of military power would stand to make him quite successful as a sci-fi novelist, scriptwriter, or graphic novelist. Except Deitrich doesn't present his dark stories as fiction.

Dietrich covers a lot of ground in his rapid-fire presentation. One minute we're in 12th century Japan, the next in 1945 Okinawa.

Here's a teaser of Deitrich:

WWII didn't end in 1945? Crap, I guess I got that question wrong back in high school.

This is a promising start for an Indiana Jones movie. But, instead of Hollywood-brand escapism, the next hour and a half is a whirlwind roundup of – I'm putting this as plainly as possible – satanic occult practices at the San Francisco Presidio army base, with tangential forays into Roswell and Nazi Germany. Before we're done, we'll make pit stops at the Dresden firebombing, the Holocaust, L.Ron Hubbard, and that noted Satanist Sammy Davis Junior.


If you play "The Candy Man" backwards, it says, "I love Satan."

Our old buddy Sofia from 9-11 Mysteries makes an appearance:
When we look at an organization called MITRE, .you go to their website, and their mission is to set the goals and the template for the…IRS….and they contract with operation cloverleaf… and if you google USA today for May 12…the reporters talk about a thousand particles on the head of a pin….Get those letters and know those individuals. Those are the cross directors of the enemy we have to deal with today."


Unfortunately no info yet on Steven Jones and his perpetual motion machine, or Richard Gage. And I hear that Wild Bill Deagle and his attack baboons made an appearance as well. As a consolation, here's Deagle at last year's con:

It takes him a bit to get started, but there's certainly plenty of wack in there.

25 Comments:

At 08 June, 2011 03:30, Blogger Highland Host said...

Dennis Wheatley did it better. Of course, he actually acknowledged that he was writing fiction...

 
At 08 June, 2011 06:13, Blogger James B. said...

Still waiting for my genetically modified attack baboon to arrive from Amazon.

 
At 08 June, 2011 06:55, Blogger Steve Horgan said...

It appears that these guys basically loons, or making money from exploiting loons? Certainly it seems that the truther money mine is running dry, and so we are getting a degree of diversification in the loon industry.

Amazed at the world war 2 didn't end in 1945 thing, and it does beg the question if there is anything that these suckers won't believe.

 
At 08 June, 2011 07:04, Blogger Lazarus Long said...

Sorry, but if you play "The Candy Man" backwards, it says, "Nam Ydnac Eht."

 
At 08 June, 2011 08:22, Blogger Pat said...

Lazarus, that's what they want you to believe.

 
At 08 June, 2011 09:03, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"Still waiting for my genetically modified attack baboon to arrive from Amazon."

The same Amazon where you review books you don't read, and then get voted down for your vacuous ad-homs?

Joking and giggling about 9/11 is no way to get credibility.

 
At 08 June, 2011 10:12, Blogger Max said...

"Joking and giggling about 9/11 is no way to get credibility"

They are joking and giggling about YOU fucktard...

 
At 08 June, 2011 11:02, Blogger James B. said...

I always read the books I review. That is why I took two weeks to review among the truthers. Had to read it first. Truthers posted multiple once star reviews the day it came out. Some said they would never read it.

 
At 08 June, 2011 12:28, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

Maybe it's the fact that you can't help but chime in on other people's reviews (of books you didn't read) to get attention. Funny how no one seems to feel you add anything to the discussion, and feel that blank space is more valuable to look at than your words. You must be proud.

 
At 08 June, 2011 12:43, Blogger James B. said...

Please explain. What books did I not read?

 
At 08 June, 2011 12:45, Blogger Carolyn Schuk said...

Thanks for the link. By far the most interesting development was Lennie "no vaccines" Horowitz's and Anthony "the storm troopers are coming" Hilder's mutual accusations that the other was COINTELPRO. They practically came to blows. I expect there will be fallout.

 
At 08 June, 2011 13:36, Blogger Triterope said...

Funny how no one seems to feel you add anything to the discussion

What are you, the Amazon review critic? Get fucked.

 
At 08 June, 2011 14:03, Blogger James B. said...

For done reason the nutjobs seem to think we value their opinion. Makes them feel more important.

 
At 08 June, 2011 14:07, Blogger James B. said...

Err, some reason.

 
At 08 June, 2011 14:42, Blogger Triterope said...

Not only that, but it amazes me what Truthers think is worth fighting over. That guy actually took time out of his day to try to convince us that your Amazon reviews are poorly received. And he's probably lying about that.

Whoever "Pat Cowardly" is, he's a fuckin' loser.

 
At 08 June, 2011 14:54, Blogger James B. said...

Well some of them are. Books on conspiracy theories tend to be reviewed largely by conspiracy theorists. What a surprise. Truthers are safely in their own secluded world of self gratification.

 
At 08 June, 2011 14:59, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Funny how no one seems to feel you add anything to the discussion, and feel that blank space is more valuable to look at than your words.

Oh, great. Now they're giving up on the science and critiquing Amazon reviews instead. Most Truthers are lazy and stupid underachievers, but this guy's failure just boggles the mind.

 
At 08 June, 2011 16:06, Blogger Ian said...

For done reason the nutjobs seem to think we value their opinion. Makes them feel more important.

That's why Brian Good is always telling us how we need a new investigation. He seems to think we care what he thinks.

 
At 08 June, 2011 23:13, Blogger snug.bug said...

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At 08 June, 2011 23:43, Blogger paul w said...

Sammy Davis Jnr. rules!

 
At 09 June, 2011 08:52, Blogger snug.bug said...

Ian I don't expect you to care about any kind of thoughts at all. And I certainly don't expect you to care about any opinions other than your own.

 
At 09 June, 2011 10:45, Blogger lalla49 said...

Betty Ford Clinic lady.

 
At 09 June, 2011 10:55, Blogger Dave Kyte said...

The last truther I kicked down on YouTube listed his occupation as "Psychic Healer". And I suspect that sort of fuzzy thinking is very common in trutherville.

You can get these gullible clowns to buy stuff like psychic predictions, ESP frozen aliens and all sorts of pseudo reality concepts. It seems to be a common brain milady that makes conspiracy theorist true believers in bull or sheep to be fleeced.

I always thought quizzing prospects for jobs on conspiracy ideas would be a good way to separate intelligent logical people from credulous fuck-ups. Problem is most conspiracy loonies know enough to keep their dilutions to themselves when in the company of real people.

 
At 09 June, 2011 10:59, Blogger lalla49 said...

I was at the Cons.Con, saw Carolyn Schuk and her sidekick. Lady was stinking of booze and acting like a puffed up celebrity. I truly expected her to say something mean, but to make fun of Doc Maquis Lisp is the lowest. Given her state, it is QUITE possible she took things out of context. SOME people feel they need to be mean to uplift themselves. Disgracefull, unprofessional, Ugh.

 
At 09 June, 2011 15:34, Blogger Ian said...

Ian I don't expect you to care about any kind of thoughts at all. And I certainly don't expect you to care about any opinions other than your own.

False. You post your nonsense here constantly because you expect us to listen to you. That's why you squeal and get upset and call us girls when we do nothing but mock your opinions.

 

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