Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

What do the top terrorist leaders of the world say when they pitch their tents on American soil and pour out their hearts before a global TV audience?

They start yammering about conspiracy theories, of course.

 Dave in London writes:

Did you see Kaddafi's at the UN offering his peer reviewed UNIFIED CONSPIRACY THEORY.
This has long been the holy grail for theoretic conspiracists: A unified theory which can link the Jews to EVERY conspiracy ever and also include the US as both a fellow conspirator and a victim of the Jews, as well.


It's on a par with Stephen Hawking and the search for a Unified Theory of everything including gravity. But it's a stubborn little bugger.


(Albert Einstein famously spent the last two decades of his life searching for a Unified Field Theory.)


Using the giant conspiracy accelerator at CERN Switzerland, Professor Ghaddafi and his crackpot team are closing in on such a theory that explains everything is the Jews fault.


Here are just a few of the sub-moronic particles that the giant accelerator has collided so far...

The Kennedy Assassination
The Fake Moon Landings
The perpetual electric batter killed by the evil oil companies
The car that runs on water killed by the evil oil companies
The perpetual oil well killed by the evil water companies

This indeed is exciting times in the Theoretical Conspiracy Field, which explains the billions in government funding.


...from The Daily


BS Top - Robertson Qaddafi UN
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It’s fitting that Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi is currently homeless: He’s ranting like a crazy man before the U.N. Qaddafi used his speech on Wednesday to attack the U.N. itself. Waving a copy of the U.N. charter, Qaddafi said, “We do not accept it, we do not acknowledge it, neither do we recognize it.” He called the Security Council “terrorism itself,” compared it to Al Qaeda, and will submit a plan for a new security council that he designed himself. As a representative of the African Union, he also congratulated “our son” Obama, praising the “black, African Kenyan” and saying “we would be happy if Obama would stay forever as president.” He also suggested a new location for the U.N. instead of New York, complaining about the jetlag. His speech, which was scheduled to last for 15 minutes, ran over 100 minutes.