The Atheist Conspiracy

Conspiracy monger Alex Jones, AKA Glenn Beck with less sanity, suggests that occult groups are funding atheist groups. Since we’re not likely to become occultists, they support our atheism and atheists go on to become nihilists and abortionists. And despite the fact that we won’t become occultists and appear to embrace atheism we are actually worshipers of Lucifer. And we love death and blood (Blood for the blood god!!).

And … oh, skip it. Here’s a collection of his rantings:

This is a sludge-pile of conspiracism. Jones is now competing with David Icke to see who can get the most twists and inversions into a single stream of conspiracy theory. He’s somehow decided that the world elites are atheists, occultists and evil death worshipers all at once.

The funny part is that if we quizzed Jones on his religious beliefs, I’m sure we’d find out that Jesus was really a mythical creation of the Roman pagans intended to pacify the Jews.

Oh, that reminds me, hey you pagan occultists, where’s my check?

  • mikespeir

    Without people like this we wouldn’t know what to believe.

  • Icepick Press

    I can’t help but wonder if his random, internally inconsistent, ramblings are just schtick. He’s a lot like Beck in that he seems just a tad shy of crazy enough to believe his own bullshit.

  • kessy_athena

    The contract was that you guys get paid per christian baby eaten and sacrificed to Lucifer – you’re behind on your quota. ;)

    More seriously, this just strikes me as yet another example of people lumping everyone they don’t like together in one big mass of, “those evil awful people who don’t believe what we righteous folks believe.” A tendency that sadly seems to be pretty universal.

  • Mick

    He’d just be another one of those guys who has surrounded himself with yes-men. No matter what ludicrous idea he comes up with, his lackeys tell him it’s both brilliant and insightful – and he’s just egotistical enough to accept what they say.


    Unfortunately, the market for lunacy will always be more lucrative than the market for reason.

  • JohnMWhite

    I am always baffled by the obsession certain people have with the term ‘abortionists’. They are so married to the idea that anybody not outraged by women controlling their own fertility must be murdering babies willy nilly as some kind of mildly amusing hobby.

  • RJ (TO)

    This buffoon is the YouTube equivalent of that crazy guy on the street corner shouting “The end is near! Repent all ye wretched sinners!” People just walk around him or avoid him as best they can, but online they flock to him and join in the chorus of paranoia.

  • Jessen Blackheart

    Considering that the “godheads” of most occult groups are the byproduct of religion as a whole, and by that I mean that it is religion which created the embodiment of evil ( lucifer, abadonn, baal, sobek or even death), I do find these claims ridiculous and is a very good indicator of the level of intelligence of the author of the claims.

    And also, if really all the world elites were atheists, this planet would be a better place to live on. Consider for one moment that if the dark ages never happened , a period of intellectual darkness and economical regression which occurred between the 5th and 15th centuries AD, we would be nearly 1000 years more advanced, both technologically and mentally.