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The people at Indymedia have lost their minds.

Pentagon Seeding Clouds with Nerve Agent

Domestic Crowd Control Tactic

The Pentagon is infusing the North American atmosphere with a 'pacifying' chemical agent designed to supress dissent and immobilize protest.

The chemical is a low-level, stupefying nerve agent (inhalant) whose effects include a combination of lethargy, memory loss, inhibition, passivity, mild disorientation and lack of coordination.

That would explain a lot, though.

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Have they been doing this, for oh say, the last five years. I knew something was all funny 'n' stuff.

No, I think that is all the dope the author is smoking that is making him/her feel that way.

Are they eating everything in sight?

Nerve agent? Sounds like Pentagon is using mass quantities of wacky weed.

Couldn't they just hand out free beer instead? MMmmm... beer.

obviously a fake, a parody. But it comes from a genuine frustration.

The left has from losing the argument on Iraq. They see themselves as rational people who see the truth; they just can't understand why they are convincing so few other rational people.

So they think, "I know our message can't possibly be ng, so it must be that everybody else is a sheep, or the evil military is brainwashing people. Yeah, that's it."

Hmmm....I guess those folks watching the contrails wern't so wrong after all

A symptom of contrail agent inhalation was a stiff neck (or so it was reported). If you stared up a contrails all day, what would you get?

Must not be working... I'm still pissed at 144.

"The chemical is a low-level, stupefying nerve agent (inhalant) whose effects include a combination of lethargy, memory loss, inhibition, passivity, mild disorientation and lack of coordination."

And this is different than how I usually act because...?

Can I get some of this chemical for future personal use? :-)

We could use some of that. The anti-war loons are fouling up the streets and traffic in SF. Some vandalism has ocurred. The bay bridge was closed a couple of times...that will stretch commutes out to 3-4 hours.

Fire and ER vehicles can't get to some areas to respond to 911 calls.

A degrange soul fell/jumped off the Golden Gate to his death while hanging an anti-war banner.

I fail to understand what these people think they are accomplishing. They are simply pissing off people who in the main agree with them.

"The chemical is a low-level, stupefying nerve agent (inhalant) whose effects include a combination of lethargy, memory loss, inhibition, passivity, mild disorientation and lack of coordination."

Ah! Also called the "Dude, Where's My Car" nerve gas.

Chemtrails! Orbiral mind-control lasers! HAARP! Nazi Flying Saucers From Within The Hollow Earth!

Oh, dear.

Doesn't saying that they've "lost" their minds imply that they had them to begin with?

They left out the part about this stuff being attracted to tinfoil.

"combination of lethargy, memory loss, inhibition, passivity, mild disorientation and lack of coordination."

So, now it's going to be Monday all week long?

combination of lethargy, memory loss, inhibition, passivity, mild disorientation and lack of coordination

I realize I'm generalizing from a statistically insignificant sample, but -- I know exactly three people who read Indymedia regularly and take it serious. They're also the three biggest pot smokers I know. I don't know what percentage of the Indycrowd partakes, but my guess is that it's high (er... no pun intended).

Now, heavy pot use makes you lethargic, passive, disoriented and uncoordinated, and can cause short-term memory loss. Although few serious smokers will admit to this, in my experience.

So I have to wonder... what percentage of the Indymedia crowd read that article and thought "Ah-hah! So THAT'S why I feel like this. Fuckin' US military running dogs."

and here I thought it was just because I was fogged by my constant drunken stupor. Maybe they're slipping something in the liquor too.

ohmygosh! well, that explains all the mistakes I made at work today! Now I'll just forward this to my boss, and wait for the firin'.