Wednesday, May 19, 2010
The Great Swine Flu Plot of '09 & The Great Tea Partier Frameup of 2010
Man, the New World Order sure likes to take its sweet time...
Now that it's just about summer of 2010, let's check in on the progress of the New World Order's Great Swine Flu Plot of '09. Because, as devoted fans of Jones are continuously telling me, Jones is mostly right about everything. Or as Jones himself has put it, "Everything I say comes true!".
Well, there's not much point in going through the whole Swine Flu Plot checklist, because it's all dependent on the first item on the list: Forced inoculation with the H1N1 vaccine. This was supposed to result in rioting, which would result in martial law. Also, H1N1 hysteria would be used as a smokescreen for the passage of the Cyberbullying Act, the Clean Water Restoration Act, and more bank bailouts. Aside from that last thing, nothing on the list has happened. At all. In fact, throughout the U.S. and Canada there were shortages of H1N1 vaccine in '09 - people had to wait in line for hours, if they were eligible to receive the shot at all (most people weren't). Now that the pandemic hysteria has calmed considerably, clinics throughout Canada and the U.S. are stuck with surplus vaccine that will eventually have to be thrown out. At no time was forced inoculation of the general population seriously proposed by anyone in a position of authority, so the prediction didn't make much sense in the first place.
Next was The Great Tea Partier Frameup of 2010. Beginning in February, Jones declared that the government would probably carry out false flag terror attacks within the U.S. - most likely against the IRS - and blame it on Tea Party protesters, Patriots, militia members, etc. This was to happen anytime from mid-April to the end of May. "They're gonna blow stuff up and blame it on you, blame it on me!" Jones said on his April 19th broadcast.
Still waiting. The rather pathetic New York City bombing attempt was a perfect opportunity to pin something on Tea Partiers, Patriots, or other "homegrown" groups, yet no serious efforts were made to do that. A few minor media pundits feebly suggested "what if this is domestic?", but from the git-go, the mainstream media's prime suspects were Arab Muslims, American Muslims of Arab extraction, and American Muslims. Notice a theme? Then a suspect was hauled in: An American Muslim of Arab extraction.
Well, maybe he was a white, Tea Partying Christian in his spare time.
Seriously, though, there are those who insist that the Great Tea Partier Frameup plans had to be shelved because Jones drew too much attention to them (why the New World Order baddies would actually care about what a mere million or so radio show listeners believe isn't entirely clear). Maybe this is so. But prove it. It's incredibly easy to make a bogus prediction, then say it didn't come to pass because public awareness, or prayer, or telepathic happy thoughts, or whatever, prevented it from happening. False religious prophets do this all the time. The Heaven's Gate dude, Marshall Applewhite, first predicted the spaceship would arrive for his followers in the mid-'70s. When it didn't, they were smart enough to look elsewhere for spiritual guidance. Less than two decades later, however, Applewhite had a whole new batch of dupes who heard the same story - and believed it enough to castrate and off themselves.
That's not to say that Jones is a "false prophet". Chances are, he genuinely believes that these Crises of Epic Proportions are really going to happen, and honestly thinks he and his listeners are staving them off by spreading the word. But believing something doesn't make it so, does it?
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