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Eric Hufschmid

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Eric Hufschmid is an American conspiracy theorist who has been "avoiding Zionist traps since 2002". He spews forth a wide variety of conspiracy theories, mostly centred around Jews and/or Zionists. He seems to think that Jews are actually reptilians, who "use their intelligence to kill, sabotage and blackmail their competition [that's us humans]".[1] This is probably inspired by (though not directly connected to) David Icke's Reptoid theory. Anyone even remotely close to sane can recognize his penchant for doing all his hard-hitting data research in his ass.[citation NOT needed]

He believes the King David Hotel bombingWikipedia's W.svg (which was actually a Zionist correct flag operation, as the Irgun took responsibility for the bombing), 9/11, JFK assassination, and the holocaust were all Zionist false flag operations. His paranoia goes so far that he believes his potential wife-to-be is a Zionist agent and that it's best to break off the relationship[2], and that Michael Jackson's death was a conspiracy to "divert attention away from Zionism, Israel, and Jews in general".[3]

He also believes in the moon landing hoax and that Paul McCartney was killed in 1966 and replaced by someone else.[4]

He appeared in the episode "Conspiracy Theories" of Penn & Teller: Bullshit!.

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