How They Do It– NASA denies Alex Jones’ claim that the agency runs a child slave colony on Mars

ed note–as we have discussed, counseled, explained, extrapolated, warned, and every other related verb, our enemies are not by any stretch of the imagination stupid. They have been in the business of mind control/perception management for thousands of years and have honed it to a razor’s edge in term of sophistication and effectiveness.

Having said that, they understand the value of driving people away from certain problematic rooms and closets within the political house, and understand as well that there are many means and methods for doing this. They can hire professionals to write hit pieces on people, which only has limited effectiveness the more unstable things become in a political system where people want answers to their questions besides the same old/same old.

OR, what they can do is to discredit those who offer an alternative to the same old/same old by raising up Judas goats such as Alex Jones, Andrew Anglin, James Fetzer, (the list could go on for an hour) and others whose message content and presentation is so off the wall that NOTHING they say can be believed, including something carved into stone such as New Year’s Day falling on January 1st. Whether it is ‘Sandy Hook was a hoax that never took place’, ‘Child Slaves on Mars’ or the blatant attempt to continue the ‘mean old Nazis about to take over’ narrative that is helped along by knuckledraggers such as Anglin and his Daily Stormer, sane people run from outfits and individuals such as this as if they carried the plague, which in many respects, they do.

As we have said as of late, there is no ‘movement’. There are a handful of dedicated, rational thinkers who provide an accurate analysis of what is going on in today’s world but they get no traction because the big shekels are supporting the nutcases such as the aforementioned and making sure that they are the ones representing the face of the ‘alternative media’.

NASA assured the public on Thursday that there was no child slave colony on the planet Mars, refuting a claim recently made by a guest on the popular “The Alex Jones Show.”

“There are no humans on Mars,” NASA spokesperson Guy Webster told The Daily Beast in a statement. “There are active rovers on Mars. There was a rumor going around last week that there weren’t. There are.”

According to Robert David Steele, a former CIA officer who appeared on Alex Jones’ show this week, NASA had been shuttling children to the distant red planet for their blood, bone marrow and sexual exploitation.

“We actually believe that there is a colony on Mars that is populated by children who were kidnapped and sent into space on a 20-year ride,” Steele said this week on Infowars. “So that once they get to Mars they have no alternative but to be slaves on the Mars colony.”

“Look, I know that 90 percent of the NASA missions are secret and I’ve been told by high level NASA engineers that you have no idea,” Jones said in response to the outlandish allegation. “There is so much stuff going on.”

Accustomed to dealing with conspiracy theories (and the bunk claims of certain websites owned by certain Oscar Award-winning actors), NASA provided a statement Thursday clearly explaining to the American people that no human, let alone no child, had ever touched foot on the planet Mars.

Infowars listeners will likely disregard the denial. A child slave colony on Mars might not even be the most absurd conspiracy theory floated on “The Alex Jones Show.”

  1. #1 by PJ London on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    Well of course NASA would say that, wouldn’t they.
    Over 300,000 children under 18 went missing in the US in 2014, they have to have gone somewhere.
    The Russians don’t want them, they have their own children.
    Do you have any, any reliably verified sources that have any, any evidence that some of those children did not end up as slaves on Mars?
    CNN viewers want to know.

    ed note–assuming that our commenter is serious and this is not all a joke, which I peronally am seriously hoping is the case, VOILA, the very thing about which we spend so much time discussing rears its head in all its glory–the manner in which so many in this ‘movement’ will glue themselves to inane ideas with no basis in reality, and even more inane patterns of thinking.

    Please notice how the question by our commenter is framed –‘Do Do you have any, any reliably verified sources that have any, any evidence that some of those children did not end up as slaves on Mars?’ when the question for any intelligent, rational person should be– ‘Is there any reliably verified sources that have any evidence that children ended up as slaves on Mars?’

    There is no ‘movement’, and the group that others call ‘the movement’ is–very sad to say, an insane asylum.

  2. #2 by Staś on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    “might not even be the most absurd conspiracy theory floated on “The Alex Jones Show.”” I hate when Salon is better then some or sad to say MOST of the “MOVEMENT”

  3. #3 by nooralhaqiqa on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    Right up there with shape shifting reptilians. Or flat earthers. Paranoid delusions despite the fact that there is a need to be extra careful these days… or just let it all hang out with absolutely nothing to hide in the closet. That is sort of my methodology.

    Remember, these folks are appealing to the children of fantasy and gaming whose line between reality and … well, point made. But seriously? Sex slaves on Mars?

    I have had to simply unfriend folks who sent me stuff from Stormer on a regular basis. If that is their concept of interesting, we are not quite on the same level.

    Sex slaves on Mars, huh?

  4. #4 by brianconcannon on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    Alex Jones gave it away over 10yrs ago when he posted a vid mysteriously sneaking into Bohemian Grove annual meeting and exposing that everyone was worshipping Molock the giant owl ?
    Why was he trying to throw the scent, made me suss of him straight away

    Molock was the ancient bronze statue heated with fire into which the victims were thrown

    Molock is the Biblical name relating to a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice

    AJ is a zio conspiracy shill

  5. #5 by brianconcannon on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    Molock had the body of a man with a bulls head

  6. #6 by CK on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    Child sex slaves on Mars? Sounds like the plot of a low-budget 1950’s science fiction movie like “Plan Nine from Outer Space” or “Santa Claus versus the Martians.”

    “Jonestown” (a/k/a Infowars) is owned and operated by Zionist Jews to smear the truth movement. They want Alex’s bloated, ugly face and crazy act to define alternative media. After all, as Vladimir Lenin said, the way to control the opposition is to lead it yourself.

  7. #7 by lion4zion on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    you’re such a smarmy little asshole. he’s probably right and there are people enslaged by the satanists off planet. look at trump attacking syria FOR ISRAEL. look at trump with the Goldman Sachs cabinet and the Nazi, devos. you’re an idiot.

  8. #8 by Chris Safos on 07/05/2017 - 9:34


  9. #9 by donkeyshowup on 07/05/2017 - 9:34

    I haven’t had time to watch or listen to the Jonestown Show but was under the impression that it wasn’t Alex per se who had told the story about child sex slaves being being held on a colony on the planet Mars.( or whatever!!) It was his guest – Robert.

    Now I know that Jonestown avoids any mention of Israel, Zionism or Jews in a negative light & in fact won’t have a bar of (((them))) being blamed, or involved in 911, the Liberty, false flag terror or the general destruction of the white Anglo race or culture. That said & for all his faults, one has to admit that he has been the first port of call & the distributor of the first dose of red pills to an awful lot of people who might otherwise not have had their eyes opened to what is going on in the world.

    With that in mind, the amount of viewers he’s getting, I see this as an attempt to poison the well so to speak – get something on air that is so outrageous, so overtly “bat shit crazy” that he & his show becomes a laughing stock & the message he’s trying to spread (however imperfect) takes a big hit, and one from which his detractors hope he’ll never recover.

    just my view on it – no need to rip my head off peoples !! 😉

  10. #10 by Derek on 07/06/2017 - 9:34

    Well not actually Jones’ claim but Robert David Steele – but yes Infowars gives these kooks the oxygen of publicity to tar everybody with the same brush – its what he does to discredit the truth;
    Former Central Intelligence Agency clandestine services case officer……so obviously still working for them.

  11. #11 by Gwaredd Thomas on 07/06/2017 - 9:34

    Derek…CIA spooks never ‘retire’. It’s been stated time and again. So your right mate, he’s still working form them.

  12. #12 by PJ London on 07/06/2017 - 9:34

    Oh dear.
    Must I use /Sarc?
    The clue was in ‘CNN viewers’.
    Make bizarre claims and then require the other side to prove the negative.
    The problem is that there are just too many channels of information.
    I well remember the days when we looked forward to the delivery of the ‘Weekly Mirror’, a shortened compilation of the week’s news, delivered 6,000 miles away, three weeks after the events. (Steam ships were not very fast.)
    Now you have to have hourly updates on 50 channels, 10,000 papers and blogs feeding the Internet continuously, no one has time to stop and reflect on what they are reading.
    It seems that finally CNN is being held to ridicule, but how is it possible for millions of people to be taken in by such nonsense?
    Alex Jones is a comedy show which allows people to stoke their preconceptions. (Much like CNN and MSNBC, have you actually watched Maddow? The best emetic in the civilised world.)
    Sorry, I promise not to do it again without the ‘trigger’ warning.

    ed note–thank you for the clarification and I am relieved to hear you were not serious. Please realize, I/we deal with this on a daily basis (and have for years) in tsunamic numbers, and it is not sarcasm, but rather the ‘real deal’, unfortunately.

  13. #13 by Vickie Jacobs on 07/06/2017 - 9:34

    This is a world going completely crazy and it seems more so with Israel’s 70th year existence coming up next year. I’m sure something may happen to wake up those church people. As much as I can’t stand Alex Jones I know that God will even use a jack-ass to do it. Numbers 22:28. We live in a world that has many seeing apparitions and we know that the Mormon church was started by a visitation as many have also seen Mary apparitions seen around the world. There is something going on. Is Hollywood putting forth information through the years to tell us something? I know this sounds crazy but we know that in many things we have been lied to by our government…

  14. #14 by PJ London on 07/07/2017 - 9:34

    Thanks for Numbers 22:28, I had forgotten that one, but equally Numbers 22:29 would apply to CNN and their detractors.
    ‘Because thou hast mocked me: I would there were a sword in mine hand, for now would I kill thee.’ …with the CNN addendum, ‘but if you promise not to do it again, I will let you go this time.’

  15. #15 by Vickie Jacobs on 07/07/2017 - 9:34

    Yes, Numbers 22:29 I should also have added. Thank-you. Isaiah 30:26 has been coming into my thinking….”a great slaughter, when the towers fall.” Those towers are the ministers of our day and they are about to fall.

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