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Anaxagoras - 2011-07-23

The crazy is strong in that one.

(Yes, I know, it's Alex Jones. Nevertheless, his crazy sometimes manages to shock me anyways.)

Spit Spingola - 2011-07-23

This was pretty funny.

There's an interview somewhere Alex did with a left wing activist who helped get him in. They both believed in a new world order but ascribed completely opposite motivations to it. The left wing activist was talking about how Bohemian Grove is sexist because they won't let women in and Alex started arguing that feminism was part of the globalist agenda or something.

misterbuns - 2011-07-23

Where is that? That sounds Perfect in Every Way.

IrishWhiskey - 2011-07-23

The actual experience is described in Jon Ronson's book "THEM: Adventures with Extremists." It is a brilliant and hilarious book I strongly recommend, along with his other book "The Men Who Stare At Goats".

Basically the Bohemian Grove is a big frat party for Ivy League educated well-connected men. They sings songs, dress in drag and pee outdoors while getting incredibly pissed. The author spends his time chatting to people and thinking it's immature but mostly harmless, while Alex freaks out over every Owl he sees and attributes it all to demons and aliens.

Spit Spingola - 2011-07-24

It's on this site. Mary Moore's the left wing activist. She's a little weird too since she got mad at Jon Ronson and Channel 4 for involving the right wing Alex Jones then she goes on Alex's show.

kamlem - 2011-07-25


Born in the RSR - 2011-07-23

Ah, the pre-fat-halo Alex Jones.

GeneralJameson - 2011-07-23

three-pointer!! Woo..

baleen - 2011-07-23


StanleyPain - 2011-07-24

The reason why so many men get so defensive about the goings on of Bohemian Grove is that, as rumor has it, there's a lot of the gay going 'round that place during their little "retreats."

misterbuns - 2011-07-24

Oh, these labels.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-07-24

I have lived here for 12 years and I have never gone to a single protest for this thing. I always had to work. I would love to go for the crazy ass shit that shows up, though.

There is this one dude who comes into my work and talks about the book he is writing, about how the Earth is actually 75,000 years old and aliens created our species about 10,000 years ago. We are actually genetic clones of a species living in another galaxy, and this is all very evident from the various archaeological finds in Gaza and Peru.

He is all over Bohemian Grove. There is some very important work to be done to expose their secret plans to keep this information, and much more from the public.

memedumpster - 2011-07-24

How can owls be a symbol of evil? I never understood that.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-07-24

They represent death.

So it gets interpreted as evil. Really the owl symbolizes the death of the cares of the rich elite, according to all reliable reports. They burn the effigy to symbolize how they don't have to really worry about anything because they're in charge. It's incredibly egotistical and psychologically disturbing, not to mention repugnant.

Evil depending on how you view it.

deadpan - 2011-07-24

"The faggiest goddamn thing I've ever seen."

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