Posted Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011, at 9:08 AM
The conspiracy discussion website AboveTopSecret claims that "anecdotal evidence" suggests that a frequent poster on the site, Erad3, was Jared Loughner. The best evidence I've seen: On August 7, 2010, Erad3 put up a post about "infinite currency" that matches what Loughner wrote in a December YouTube video. So if this is Loughner, what else did he think?
It's hard to interpret. The first comment we can interpret politically is this , from July 2010, about the possibility of war in Iran.
There was help with cleaning the uranium from the Iran and Iraq war in the 1980's?
Article 33 of the Geneva Convention is the prohibit of pillage.
All military invasions with armed forces into a foreign country are war crimes in the Geneva Convention articles of 1949.
The Iraq and Afghanistan war of 2010 is a military invasion with armed forces into a foreign country.
Therefore, Iraq and Afghanistan war of 2010 is a war crime from the Geneva Convention articles of 1949.
Ouch! For the thoughts of war.
Erad3 weighed in on one thread about "corporate prison" with this:
If the children and teenagers that attend schools are able to buy products at their breaks then they're able to purchase the items out of school.
The children and teenagers that attend schools are able to buy products at their breaks.
Therefore, they're able to purchase the items out of school.
The majority of the population will buy main brands.
If you don't buy from a main brand then be considered a cheap low class citizen.
On evolution :
If a poster creates a new language then the poster decides the definition for the word .
A poster creates a new language
Therefore, the poster decides the definition for the new word.
You have one choice to make with evolution.
You either believe the evolution theory or you don't accept the evolution theory.
Make your decision and surrender to it!
weighed in several times
on threads about UFOs and the NASA space shuttle. As with every other topic, though, his comments appeared in the form of syllogisms, not really engaging the topic or revealing what he thought.
If I make a large aircraft to fly in the sky then I fool people into the belief of a UFO.
I make a large aircraft to fly in the sky.
I fool people into the belief of a UFO.
This is hard for some people to hear on the street that there's aliens from deep space.
Those are the crazies and you don't want to be one.
The majority of the population, where ever you may be, will not see UFO's in their lifetime.