Sunday, August 2, 2009

Alex Jones Mentions The Atlantean Conspiracy

At 3:17 Alex Jones mentions the Atlantean Conspiracy! ... Kinda. If you haven't noticed, the one and pretty much the only point that Alex and I disagree on is the Moon Landing Hoax. He completely believes that the Apollo missions made it to the moon, while I'm 99.9% sure they were staged on Earth. In this clip he asks the astronaut guest about "crazies like me" who don't believe we've been to the moon, and groups the Atlantean Conspiracy in with "flat-Earthers." While I'm certainly not here to debate the shape of the Earth, I will say that there is plenty of compelling evidence that the Earth is not a sphere and does not rotate. For instance, take a look at the Zetetic Astronomy book, "Earth Not a Globe" by Samuel Birley Rowbotham Now I'm not saying I believe one way or the other about the shape of the Earth, but I would like to say, I disapprove of the demeanor (ever so common in modern society) of instantly condemning and ridiculing something like Flat-Earth or the Moon landing hoax just because "everybody knows the Earth is round" or "NASA showed me pictures." Why not question everything and really research for yourself? NASA was started by a large group of ex-Nazis and Masons, not the most historically trustworthy folks...

P.S. No, I don't believe this guy walked on the moon. Sounds to me like he's lying through his teeth.


Cluas said...

I like your book better than Alex :D

Eric Dubay said...

Wow, that's awesome. I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy. :) Alex Jones is a hero to me, such an amazing voice. But I definitely appreciate the compliment.

Ta-Wan said...

Cool stuff Eric.

Ta-Wan said...

"Oh that belt [van allen belt] does not contain that much radiation"


AJ loses credibility by sucking up to this dude.

Eric Dubay said...

I can't believe Alex hasn't seen through the moon landing hoax. His producer Rob Dew got back to me and said he's gonna talk to Alex about having me on the show. I sure hope he puts me on because Alex and his listeners need to hear the other side of the argument, not just these astronaut "apollogists."

Ta-Wan said...

As for the (not exact quote) "Having to pull the wool over the eyes of 500,000* Americans as that's how many worked on the project"

Well that is no excuse, the whole point of the conspiracies are that a few can easily manipulate the many - be that 500,000* NASA employees or the population of the world.

*whatever the number was.