On The Money with Peter Hebert

June 3, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “Conspiracy Theories And The Big Bad Wolf,” June 3, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 7:08 PM

Our lives are continually bombarded by competing narratives and also complete irrelevance on every topic under the sun. It starts in school, it happens at work, and it’s continued via the media whether we’re in the car or at home. And, so much of it is so negative that it skews our perception on all of life.

Consider the story of the Big Bad Wolf. Did it occur to anyone that the wolf may have been innocent, and that the deaths of the little pigs in the houses made of straw and wood may have been an unfortunate case of accidental homicide? Generations of people have assumed that the wolf with malice of forethought deliberately tried to blow down those houses with the little pigs huddled in fear inside. What if the wolf had a bad cold and was uncontrollably sneezing at the wrong time and in the wrong place?

Paul Simon said it best in the song Kodachrome when he sang, “When I think back on all the crap I learned in high school it’s a wonder I can think at all.” Politically correct indoctrination seems to have overthrown the fundamentals of reading, writing, and arithmetic in the schools. The end result is that functional illiteracy is on the rise as is cross dressing and school shootings. We assume so much and know so little.

The media overwhelms us with “useless information” as Rolling Stones observed in their classic song (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. The “bubble headed bleach blonde” on the nightly news announces yet another fiery plane crash and she announces the grisly news with a programmed smile, a tempting display of cleavage, and a twinkle in her eye as observed by the Eagles in their song Dirty Laundry. Frank Zappa nailed it years before Jerry Springer showcased America’s exploited trailer trash for ratings with, “I am gross and perverted, I’m obsessed and deranged” in his song I’m The Slime, which slammed the media.

A few things are certain. There’s plenty of critical thinking out there. And, independent thought and unhinged madness are on the rise. The American people have an incredible appetite for conspiracy theories, regardless if they are based in fact and Congressional testimony or fueled by irrational logic that may be the result of a brain tumor or electrical misfirings between the frontal lobes. After having looked at many of these conspiracy theories, I conclude with the following synthesis: The upper crust is different. It’s really flaky. The financial and political elite want abortion legal for a reason. If you guessed it’s for depopulation of blacks, you fell for the bait, because that’s partially true since the elite are the Aryan masters and were the innovators of eugenics. The real reason is that they need to drink the fresh blood from the umbilical cords of aborted fetuses as a life extension medical technology and then use collagen treatments from these fetuses in order to hide their true reptilian skins. Republican men attend summer camp with the other global elite at the Bohemian Grove for these closet pedophiles to feel some respite from the populist masses. And, behind all of this is the half female-half male god Baphomet, who pulls the strings of the world’s debauched political puppets, who have sold their souls to gain the world. The New World Order army is destined to be all gay, like Alexander the Great’s army. As the gift of the god’s to the world, the elite want to serve mankind … well done with all the sides and trimmings.

Pink Floyd’s song Shine on You Crazy Diamond says it best, “You reached for the secret too soon, you cried for the moon.” Because of that, most Americans will cry guilty before hearing any of the potentially exonerating evidence and extenuating circumstances surrounding the Big Bad Wolf. That’s right. Those FEMA Camps with guillotines are real. I’ll bet the cattle cars have ankle cuffs to restrain the resisters. Every major malfunction in the corporate sector and in government was planned and is by design. And, guess who is behind the grand conspiracy? According to the many posts on Facebook, You Tube, and many websites it’s the usual suspects and culprits from the past. The Jews, of course, are numero uno. The Jesuits, the Illuminati that infiltrated the Freemasons, and the useful idiots within the Masons are also there with seats at the table. They’re spraying all of us with chemtrails and no one sees the positive side of this. I’ll bet there are no mosquitos left in the sky. And, those mercenaries are soldiers of fortune, a private security and army for foreign governments, because some American supported dictator would never stoop to trusting and enlisting their own people for defense. Hell, I would do the same thing. Yes, sharia law is a threat to Western values. Imagine if all porn sites required naked women to at least wear a hat, pearls, and heels for modesty. It’s so bad that even our own government officials believe their own propaganda, because they can’t keep their own lies and stories straight. How many times since 2001 did the media report the death of Osama bin Laden? Was it eight or was it nine times?

Ozzy Osbourne shouts with demonic laughter, “All aboard!” And, what the Eagles sang about in Hotel California is as chilling as it is true, “You can check in anytime you want, but you can never leave.” So, the question remains: Why are we always blaming the Big Bad Wolf? Could it be that the little pigs were the victims of a product safety flaw in their front doors or preplanned obsolescence in the door locks? Or, could it be that they were the victims of an industry now acting as regulator? It’s after 4:20, and the paranoia is setting in as Americans head for the fridge to pig out and quell the munchies.

2 Comments »

  1. JACOB HEILBRUNN, “Inside the World of Conspiracy Theorists,” The New York Times, May 13, 2011
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/15/books/review/book-review-among-the-truthers-by-jonathan-kay.html

    thetruthergirls, “Among The Truthers,” You Tube, June 3, 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogOBWMa8OT0&feature=share

    Comment by Peter Hebert — June 7, 2011 @ 3:03 AM

  2. […] response in “Conspiracy Theories and the Big Bad Wolf” to the national phenomenon (See https://mortgageauthor.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/on-the-money-with-peter-hebert-conspiracy-theories-an…). We took on Judge John D. Bates versus Adam Kokesh and company (See […]

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