Paranormal and conspiracies
- Hey Overlord FuzzyCat, I personally liked the ones by David Icke, because they encompassed everything. And I mean everything. Including conspiracy theories about South Africa. But when I read his stuff about South Africa, I noticed he believed the exact same stuff that the conservatives in my societies believe in. That made feel very uncomfortable. So I read around the net, came to this wiki and read what you guys had to say about him. Just the article on him me laugh for days because how gullible was I. InfoWorX 10:15, 15 January 2016 (CAT)
- Hey Underling WorX! I think the similarities between Icke and SA conservatives might be even more of an indictment of conservatives than Icke. ;) Yeah, Icke is a hilarious loon. I only wish our page had more quotes from him, to drive the point home. Alas! Glad to see the page worked as intended!
- Unrelatedly, is your name related to Infowars? FuzzyCatPotato of the Malevolent Cinderblocks (talk/stalk) 22:30, 15 January 2016 (UTC)
- Mr Master FuzzyCat, I'm going dust off the two Icke books I have and see if I can add his own words to his article, just to show what cosmic level of insanity he has reached. InfoWorX 06:57, 16 January 2016 (CAT)
My War Against Infowars
Supreme Leader FuzzyCat, yes my username has something to do with Infowars, because unlike Icke who is beyond measure insane, Alex Jones uses concervative deceit. For a while I actually believed his stuff. But when I noticed he's more "patriotic" than the next Texan militiaman, I personally felt ashamed. I was believing in stuff that went against everything I stood for (change and progress is inevitable, all people are equal, we must help those who can't help themselves, etc.). In the foreseeable future I want to make a youtube channel that will counter every mad rambling with actual news and evidence. Wish me luck. InfoWorx 07:12, 16 January 2016 (CAT)