Tuesday, July 23, 2019


Nut case Republican Christopher Smith of New Jersey has demanded to know, in an amendment to a defense bill, if government agencies created lime disease as a bio-weapon, and if the Department of Defense released lime disease ticks outside of their laboratories in the U.S. 

And it is not just Republican politicians.

1.4 million people have signed up via Facebook to storm Area 51 in Nevada, and get the truth on alien space craft and little green men.  The event’s motto is:

 Let’s see them aliens.

I think the motto says it all

Why is it always little green men?

the Ol’Buzzard


  1. Why are Republicans so stupid? Is it inbreeding? From what I heard, the conspiracy nuts are storming area 51 on the 20th of September. That will give the government enough time to move everything to Sunset Strip in California. No one will be the wiser.

  2. I can understand why that particular conspiracy theory would start. Lyme disease wasn't recognized as an actual separate disease until about 40 years ago (before that doctors thought it was rheumatoid arthritis) even though the bacteria have been around for millions of year (there are fossils, believe it or not). Then when you toss in our government's track record when it comes to lying. . .

  3. The reason the governments of the world don't want the average "Joes" and "Janes" viewing beings who were born on other worlds in other galaxies is because, paradoxically, they are so humaniod-like, both in physical features as well as in intellect and character.
    To have the inhabitants of earth learn that a lot of what we've always attributed to "the unique nature of mankind and humans" are actually universal traits common to all terrestrially (or formerly terrestrially) dominant species of all worlds in the universe at large would do quite a number on both the evolutionists' theories as well as on a lot of the various religious beliefs that hold "mankind" as "being special to God".

  4. A lot of extraterrestrials have become dominant species of space colonies whose inhabitants are generations removed from ever having set foot on a terrestrial planet.
    Of course it's their leaders and high-ranking military who are sent down here to explore and check our world out, not their "average" space colony "civilians" (for lack of a better term).

  5. Keep in mind everything I expressed above is purely speculative and theoretical---I've never seen any evidence of it myself, actually ...


COMMENT: Ben Franklin said, "I imagine a man must have a good deal of vanity who believes, and a good deal of boldness who affirms, that all doctrines he holds are true, and all he rejects are false."