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Friday, September 27, 2013

The Masonic Red Cross vampire conspiracy

Well, I have reached the woo-woo equivalent of Nirvana.  I just ran across the single stupidest claim in the world.  This one beats the previous odds-on favorite, which was the medicines that you pay for online, and which then download directly into your body as you sit in front of your computer monitor.  Because of quantums, of course.  Everything woo-woo has to be because of quantums.

But nope.  That one is a weak second-place finisher by comparison to what showed up on the David Icke forums last week.  Are you ready?  Here we go:

You shouldn't participate in Red Cross blood drives.  Because the Red Cross is working hand-in-glove with the Masons, who then use most of the donated blood to drink in their Satanic, animal-sacrificing, devil-worshiping rituals.


If you don't believe me, here's the link.  But in case you're understandably reluctant to push David Icke's hit tracker up, and give him the impression that what he hosts on his website is even vaguely connected with reality, I will quote the relevant passages for you.
So we have all heard of the Red Cross, and how they hold blood drives around the world.

In America, many of these blood-drives occur at your local Masonic/Satanic Lodge.

We, as donors, are misled into believing that this donated blood will "saved the lives" of many people, and no doubt a LITTLE of this blood DOES help save lives. But there is something more sinister, more satanic, goin gon [sic] with these blood-drives than meets the eye.

Clearly, 90% of the donated blood is, literally, drank by Masons, Illuminati, and the Church, with about 5% going to help those who need it, the rest spoils before it's used.
Oh, clearly.  Do go on.
The Red Cross could care less if you live, and prefer that you die. But the demand for "fresh" blood by these Vampires is what started this whole blood donation thing. Think about it. Someone from your family needs blood, then a family member can donate within a few minutes. If there are no family members alive to donate, then a list a people willing to donate is/has been/still is, available. Nothing better that "super-fresh", minutes-old blood.

But you see, people like the Royals in the U.K., the scum buckets in The White House, Senate, Congress, your local Masonic Mayor, Police Chief, Masonic business owners....well, they drink blood like you and I drink beer.
Blood is the "life" in a body, and these vampires believe that drinking blood will keep them young (and other reasons).

The Red Cross. Feeding Masonic/Illuminati Vampires for decades. If you give to this Masonic controlled organization....STOP IT.
Righty-o.  And that explains why the Red Cross is always on the scene in disaster-stricken areas -- so they can find new and helpless victims.  To exsanguinate.  And then bring the fresh blood to the Masons, so they can drink it.

Mwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

Initially, I hoped that this was just the work of one lone wacko, and that no one else could possibly believe it other than the delusional individual who wrote it.  So when I came across this post, I Googled "Masons Red Cross blood drinking rituals," thinking that I'd get "No Relevant Results," and would have my faith in humanity assuaged.

This turned out to be a mistake.  I got over 30,000 hits.  The first few not only implied that the Masons and the Red Cross were working together to deprive you of your life's blood, but that they were in cahoots with various combinations of the following, depending on which version you go for:
  • the Vatican
  • the Jews
  • the Reptilians
  • the Jesuits
  • the Muslims
  • the Bilderberg Group
  • the Knights Templar
  • the Rosicrucians
And I cannot help but think it is significant that the two ads on the webpage about the Masonic Red Cross Blood Drinking Conspiracy have to do with (1) removing "flouride" [sic] from your tap water because the government is trying to poison you, and (2) claims that the medical establishment has been wrong all along, and "cancer is a preventable fungus."

So.  Yeah.  I feel like this is sort of the mother lode, the most concentrated vein of sterling-pure stupidity ever discovered.  It almost makes me feel like my job as a blogger is over -- that anything I could say or do after this would be an anticlimax.

Of course, the problem is, saying "this is the dumbest idea ever conceived" is always a false statement, because no sooner do you say it than the woo-woos take it upon themselves to prove you wrong.  They take that kind of thing as a challenge.

But even so, I think they'll have a hard time beating this one.  

16 comments:

  1. I think David Icke is a Reptilian alien sent to Earth with the mission of discrediting conspiracy theories by making them look SO ridiculous that the real conspiracies go unnoticed.

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    1. You are exactly right. He is most likely a puppeted handler whom is kept under his hypnosis without being exalted high enough to see the real truth. He is a used mutt for their false persuasion. He is to be ignored and left to his thoughts alone.

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    2. Or you could realize everything David Icke has talked about since 25 years ago has came true and if it hasn't come true you can see other things starting to turn that way based on things he has said will happen. Now does he have theories about Saturn that are a bit out there? Yes but he clearly says THIS IS MY OWN OPINION. So if you try to say his job is to discredit other conspiracy theorists like theorists are a political party of some sort is asinine sorry.. if people buy into theories that are wrong then that is their fault, not the person making the theory.

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  2. Tyler, you forgot to add "think about it" to your reply. How am I supposed to think about it without clear instruction to do so?

    Listen. Illuminati. Quantum. Masons. Vampire.

    Think about it.

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  3. My post this week was going to be about the importance (or non-importance) of both tactile and light quanta feedback on a subject attempting to craft a written story. This sounds decidedly mundane next to what Gordon has written. I like Tyler's distraction theory and I think Mr. Bonnet's part of it.

    Think about it [tosses royalty to Hontseur]

    We're onto you, Gordon, if that is in fact your real name. We. Are. On. To. You.

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    1. Dammit, Butters, now I have to kill you.

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    2. Do what you must. I'll be over here drinking blood.

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  4. do you know who I believe isn't vaguely connected to reality mr. skeptic? you.

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  5. I agree with spencer. Maybe you should think about it mr. skeptic and not take it all so literally. Satanism is a reality here...

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  6. While you sleep in your blissful ignorance, reality is worse than you most horrific nightmare. Anything involving freemasons is no good. Icke has been known for his candid views of the world, and some are just over the top. But that doesn't mean it ain't so. There is a veil that hides the true evil of this world, and those who we know as leaders and elite are all as one. Do not for one second make yourself believe that this world is good and that our controllers wouldn't go to extremes to enslave us. Why? Because they are occultists, Satanists, Luciferians and outright dirty evil scum.

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    1. Exactly. I think the same. Aleister Crowley is their master of lies and Adam weishaupt is their beginner of being puppeted. Queen elizabeth has the world's economical balls in her hands squeezing all the worth out. The council of 13 own over 75 percent of world income leaving the true great plains land within an american dictation. This is not america, this is the land of melanin culture.

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  7. While you sleep in your blissful ignorance, reality is worse than you most horrific nightmare. Anything involving freemasons is no good. Icke has been known for his candid views of the world, and some are just over the top. But that doesn't mean it ain't so. There is a veil that hides the true evil of this world, and those who we know as leaders and elite are all as one. Do not for one second make yourself believe that this world is good and that our controllers wouldn't go to extremes to enslave us. Why? Because they are occultists, Satanists, Luciferians and outright dirty evil scum.

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  8. You made fun of the seemingly ridiculous claims, but you provided no evidence to back your claims. Give us some stats like how much blood is donated annually and how much is used for transfusions. I can tell you there is definitely a shit ton of people giving blood and not many getting transfusions.

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  9. You made fun of the seemingly ridiculous claims, but you provided no evidence to back your claims. Give us some stats like how much blood is donated annually and how much is used for transfusions. I can tell you there is definitely a shit ton of people giving blood and not many getting transfusions.

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  10. what i believe is that freemansory is vampirism this is because once u are member of freemansons meaning that u are possessd bya demon given from your (freemansory) this demon in you will crave for blood then it is where u start looking for it. sorry for a bad english

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  11. I don't have much to say about blood, if there is a conspiracy it's more likely it's being used for research, a data base or other things that don't involve life saving transfusions. Mr. Skeptic, perhaps look on the back of your toothpaste and you will find that FLUORIDE IS INDEED A POISON which is the reason for the Warning on the back of your tube. Also, even dentists are well in agreement that Fluoride is ONLY helpful - in SMALL AMOUNTS IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE TEETH. So, Mr. Skeptic since you mentioned it - Why are we consuming a known poison when the consumption of such provides no benefit? Due to its classification as "poison", common in Rat Killer (and many anti-depressants), any logical person can infer that harm will come from the ingestion of Fluoride, classified a poison.

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