Joe Crubaugh

Fake Domestic Terror

Fake Domestic Terror

by Joe Crubaugh, February 19th, 2008.

The U.S. Federal Government is manufacturing a large portion of our country’s domestic terror threat.

Yes, it’s a pretty sick accusation. But, just read the real stories behind five years of Homeland Security Alerts. What makes the accusation so sickening is that it’s true.

Because it’s hard to imagine some of the things our public servants have been up to over the past few years, I often employ playground analogies to help wrap my brain around the tricks and treats, so picture this…


Joe Crubaugh: Popular Mechanics Debunks 12/25 Santa Claus Truthers

An exercise in lateral thinking, Joe Crubaugh takes on the debunkers in a Santa Claus suit. -r.

Popular Mechanics Debunks 12/25 Santa Claus Truthers

Friday, July 27th, 2007

In March 2005, Popular Mechanics published an article called Debunking The 9/11 Myths, that denigrated all unofficial 9/11 conspiracy theories while exalting the official 9/11 conspiracy fairy tale.

Since then, the Popular Mechanics article has been thoroughly exposed as hogwash, and Popular Mechanics has loosed its inferior and wanting investigative experts on another growing community of U.S. citizens who hunger for the truth about a different event: What Really Happened on 12/25? :-)

The full article is reprinted below…


Gut-Check Chertoff and the Mississippi Dem

From the great mind that brought you 10 False Flags that Changed the World, a scathing analysis of "Gut-Check Chertoff" and his psychic tummy. -r.

Gut-Check Chertoff and the Mississippi Dem

Almost every American knows that Thomas Jefferson was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, which effectively gave birth to the United States of America.

But what Homeland Fascist was a principal author of the Patriot Act, which effectively polished off the Great Experiment in ordered liberty?

Correctamundo! It’s Gut-Check Chertoff.

Only 8 days after the September 11, 2001 attacks, Chertoff and Assistant Attorney General Viet D. Dinh had the 342-page Patriot Act written, printed, bound, and sitting on the desk of every member of Congress. From these facts alone, dear Watson, we can reasonably deduce several standard deductions, depending on your state’s tax code:

1. Michael Chertoff can sho’ nuff type fast.

2. There’s gotta be a 24-hour Kinko’s in the basement of the Capital.

3. If you mail the anthrax about two days before introducing your 342-page legislation with lots of boring stuff on pages 9-11, NOBODY’s gonna get to the part where you eradicate a nation’s cherished liberties, and NOBODY’s going to notice how much you plagiarized from the Reichstag Fire Decree.