Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The $1000 Foil Hat Challenge – Put Up or Shut Up

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                Readers outside of Texas may not know the story, so here’s the brief:  One of two Walmart stores in Midland, Texas closed suddenly.  The story from Walmart was that plumbing issues were being repaired and the store would reopen in six months.  At the same time, the military announced a training exercise, called “Jade Helm,” to be held in a small town about half an hour away.  That’s where all reality stops in the story.
                What followed is an explosion of stupidity.  Conspiracy fanatics, incapable of understanding basic high school levels of geography, physics, math, history or logic, radiated an unprecedented amount of garbage onto the internet.  The prevailing conspiracy theory is that military forces are involved and Walmart is going to be used as a prison camp.  There's some variance to these stories, but this is the central theme.  They suddenly noticed anything suspicious to them, including the many trucks and trains passing through town, as they have for years, carrying military vehicles.  Septic tanks became FEMA caskets, and suddenly there was an outbreak of UN vehicles all over the internet in the form of re-posted photos of UN vehicles manufactured in the US.  The five military branches all use our international airport as a fuel stop, but suddenly their mission has changed to surreptitious preparatory action.

                If you are a believer and you really want to wake the “sheeple,” please read on.  I have a challenge for you.  This is your chance to show the world that you’ve done the research and you are serious about stopping the coming storm.  I am doing this for two reasons.  First, if you are right, you are one of the most important people in history.  You have deciphered the most complex conspiracy against citizens that has ever been devised.  You have decoded the coming of the greatest tragedy against the American people, caused by their own government, in the history of this nation.  Second, I think you are wrong.  I don’t care how much you hate Obama or whoever is upsetting you today, your theory is crap.  What is the challenge?

                Put your money where your mouth is.  A very wise crime analyst told me that people tend to make the best decision based on available data when they have to put up their own, hard-earned scratch.  This is your chance.  Your research cost you nothing.  Those hours on Infowars cost precious heartbeats and Hot Pockets, but not actual Benjamins.  Show the world you are serious about saving lives.  Make a wager with me.

                I will make a bet with any conspiracy theorist, as long as it is legal in both jurisdictions, that there will be no military occupation, no declaration of martial law and no mass internment, execution or relocation of US citizens due to some political military takeover.  Sure, there will be provisions.  It won’t apply to riots or insurrection along the lines of Baltimore or Ferguson, where National Guard troops may interact.  I’m talking about troops, US or foreign, marching into town and herding people into the FEMA death camps.  A natural disaster won’t cut it, no matter who you say caused it.  It’s boots on the ground and butts in camps or graves, even if we’re the only genocidal race in the world to ever produce caskets in advance of the event.  You say it’s going to happen, I say it’s not.

                Fine print is negotiable, but takers must be ready to put the cash up front.  If you’re afraid the financial system is going to implode, rest assured that I will back my cash position with things you’ll love, like guns and ammo.  If you’re right and we find ourselves on a FEMA train headed to Walmart, I promise you a $1000 back rub during the trip.

                This is a call to action, and I'm taking the action.  Stop putting more rails on your rifle and declare your interest by commenting.  Show the world that Alex Jones is right, and that you believe $1000 deep in the cause!


  1. This sounds like the DarkMatter2525 2012 doomsday challenge.

  2. Thanks, Mike. I should make a video!