The 9/11 nut who got away: Dr. William Deagle

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(photo from Deagle's NutriMedical.com site) The Albert Einstein of moonbats? Maybe...

I don't know how I overlooked Dr. William Deagle in my expose on the 9/11 nutters and the man who battles those nutters, Pat Curley, of Screw Loose Change. It's Pat's co-blogger James Bennett, the Mace Windu of debunkers, who put me onto Deagle, and I have to say, I find this Deagle guy endlessly fascinating as well as a complete, freakin' moon-howler. He seems to believe mini-nukes took out or helped take out the Twin Towers during 9/11. I say "seems to believe" because he's got about a million different conspiracy theories running at the same time, and I'm only slightly exaggerating.

Check this monster speech he gave at some forum in La-la Land. Deagle's rapid-fire delivery reminds me of those old FedEx TV ads with that cat who had the Guinness World Record for talking fast, and he pretty much has to talk like a Tommy gun to get it all out there. His all-encompassing mega-theory includes a network of 1,500 government bases below ground, hidden nukes in 20 cities, Avian flu, the Jesuits, a new Ice Age, existing human colonies on Mars, a coming Apocalypse, chemtrails, RFID chips, the NAU and the Amero, and, of course, "modified attack babboons." I kid you not. Here's a quote James B. plucked from the address:

Their plan is to transition to Remote Operational Vehicles, cyborgs, weaponized animals like baboons that they have in a secret facility down near Galveston, Texas. They have them set up so that they have remote operating controls, so they have a kill mode and they have these nano-armor that can stop pretty well anything. Any 80 lb baboon can pick up a 300 lb man and tear him literally in two. They can run at 35 miles per hour, and they can jump 15-20 feet in the air. So I don't think you are going to outrun these. And their plan is to create supersoldiers.

Earlier in the lecture, Doc Deagle, apparently a Canadian-American MD, discusses the super-secret underground bases run by Project Omega, which according to Deagle ordered the nuke attacks on the Twin Towers.

From my contacts in the NSA, they were operationally ordered by the Jesuits through Project Omega, which is the final implementation of the project conceived by the Nazis before the Second World War in the 1930s. Project Omega's a super intelligence agency that oversees all intelligence agencies on the planet. Their underground facilities are in Colorado. It was completed under the operational directorship of George Herbert Walker Bush.

The underground bases and attack baboons made me flashback to that classic two-part episode of The Six Million Dollar Man where Steve Austin battles Bigfoot. I'm going from memory here, but I believe that Bigfoot was played by wrestling legend Andre the Giant, and that Bigfoot was in fact a robot being controlled by space aliens. Either the aliens or the government or both had underground bases they were operating out of. Didn't Bigfoot get his arm torn off and it had to be repaired underground? I do also remember that Austin and Bigfoot teamed up in the end for some reason, like saving the world, or something.

Deagle runs a business called NutriMedical, which sells different kinds of nutritional supplements. Its Web site is frequently referred to in his PowerPoint presentation. Who knows? Maybe being a crackpot is just a genius marketing tool for the guy. Either way, he should really be writing scripts for Hollywood, because they've got nothing quite like the stuff he's spouting. It's pretty inventive, better than the Texas-drawl idiocy spewed by Alex Jones, and nearly on par with David Icke's lizard people. Apparently, he's a regular on the 9/11 troofer circuit, and he has his own radio show, natch. I really regret not having included him in my troofer menagerie, "The Yoda of 9/11."

I have seen the future of the troofer movement, and it is Deagle.

Anyhoo, take a look at these other wacky quotes I got from this same speech in LA:

"I have been in underground cities."

"The only thing that could have done that (brought down the Twin Towers) are nukes. There is no other conclusion. It's not something that's open to discussion."

"All of these things are real, they are not imaginary."

"What I'm going to show you tonight is a vast panorama of dark, majestic evil majesty."

Avian flu: "This is the brainiac virus."

"The money trail goes right back to the Rothschilds and the Jesuits."

"We are at the end of this age. The masters of chaos have completely gone over the edge."

"The level of evil is beyond imagination."

"I'm not afraid to die tonight, because if we don't fight this, we're all dead."

"This is much bigger than the New World Order."

"It (Project Omega) is run by both human and non-human entities."

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