DMT Elves Want the Elites to Kill Us All -- Alex Jones
[Editor's note: As easy as it is to laugh at Alex Jones's insane rantings, unfortunately he has been absolutely right as many times as he has been outrageously wrong. All I'm saying is that nothing is too far-fetched on this bizarre planet anymore...]
Alex Jones has really topped himself this time. And then a few moments later, he tops himself again. How fantastic that we live in a world where a guy who spouts crazy bullshit like this with a straight-face is seen on a major 24-hour news channel?
I love the modern world sometimes, don't you?
Here, Alex Jones absolutely leaves David Icke in the dust as he spins a conspiracy theory of the how "the elite" smoke DMT to put them in touch with Terence McKenna's "self-transforming machine elves" who want them to kill everyone Dalek-style. Apparently.
According to Jones, the alien beings have instructed that the Large Hadron Collider be built so that the inter-dimensional vortex could be opened, allowing them to gain access to our space-time continuum. (Well he doesn't say that exactly, I'm interpolating just a little bit).
His rant is SO "Doctor Who," isn't it? Steven Moffat has got to steal it! This shit is poetry. It's hilarious Jabberwocky as well, but poetry nevertheless. So, so good. Savor it.
Jones says that he doesn't "need" DMT, but speaking as someone who (quite literally) smoked DMT up to four times a day for a two month period in 1994 (I know, I know), I really think he should try some. Immediately if not sooner, if for no other reason to test out his own theory and report back to his listeners, right?
Truly this is one of the best Alex Jones rants yet (and that, as you know, is really saying something). The idea of the Bilderbergers sitting around hitting the DMT pipe and doing the bidding of "the elves" seems to scare Jones, but to me this seems like quite a good thing. But then again, I suppose that really depends on what side of the aliens you're on, doesn't it?
Which side are you on?
Strangest. Drug. Ever.
In this radio interview, Joe Rogan tries to describe the bizarre effects of DMT. Anyone interested in learning more should study the work of Terence McKenna.