Saturday, July 4, 2015

Conspiracy Champion of the World?

Yeah, I'm gonna go with this fellow, James Fetzer. Not only does he speculate that 9/11 was an inside-job, he's also pretty much down the line on all of the rest of these theories; that the moon-landing was a hoax, that the Sandy Hook tragedy never took place, that Paul McCartney died in 1966 and had to be replaced, that JFK wasn't killed by Oswald, that Osama bin Laden was actually killed in 2001, that Saddam Hussein had a body-double and the real one's still alive, etc., etc.. I mean, I know that you have to jump some to beat out people like Jesse "the body" Ventura, Kevin Barrett and Alex Jones but I really think that this guy gets the job done.


dmarks said...

I wonder if he buys into the "October Surprise" theory, or the one that GWBush didn't really win the 2000 election. Now, that would make him a true nut.

BB-Idaho said...

Never heard of the guy, but looked him up. He seemed to have excellent academic
credentials, but was denied tenure at several universities. He was well published
in scientific journals. Apparently his hobby began with the JFK assassination and sort of took over his views that most things were conspiracies. Or possibly a mini
stroke in some key cognitive part of his noggin.

Rusty Shackelford said...

Les Carpenter claimed he was abducted by aliens and was subjected to numerous physical test's including an extended anal probe.....he returned to the spot of his abduction each night for two weeks....wishing for a follow up exam.