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    1. Yeast extract ? MSG, actually. Though yeast extract, like MSG, contains tons of free glutamates (as do various cheeses, fermented soy products, tomatoes… fried onions, too, apparently) and can be used instead of MSG to give foods that free glutamate yumminess while still allowing them to be labelled ‘MSG free!’. Commercial MSG is mostly made through bacterial fermentaion of starch or molasses, apparently (ie not from yeast). Consider this nitpicking if you like:)

  1. I’m going to let the Dead Milkmen take this one:

    “Now, Stuart, if you look at the soil around any large US city,
    there’s a big undeground homosexual population. Des Moines, Iowa,
    for an example. Look at the soil around Des Moines, Stuart.
    You can’t build on it; you can’t grow anything in it. The government
    says it’s due to poor farming. But I know what’s really going on,
    Stuart. I know it’s the queers. They’re in it with the aliens.
    They’re building landing strips for gay Martians, I swear to
    God.”

  2. The government could simply put chemicals to make people sterile, instead of putting chemicals to make people gay so they don’t have kids. Always go for the simplest route (Occam’s razor).
    Now, my balls have been feeling a little numb lately…

  3. Another dipshit with a radio show that can’t come up with content to fill his timeslot. Instead, he tries to gain listeners by being as controversial as possible.

    1. He’s a libertarian radio host and film maker. And ignore the snarking! He’s no nutcase, but a rational observer and analyst of US and global politics. More: he is undoubtedly one of America’s most dedicated, rigorous, and insightful political commentators. He helped expose and publicize the truth behind the government-orchestrated 9-11 outrage; he revealed how the New World Order engineered the Obama presidency; he uncovered the Bildeberg Group’s plan to take over the world through a eugenics and depopulation programme; he revealed the horrors of paganism and symbolic child sacrifice among social and cultural elites in San Fransisco… The man is a mensch. A true hero of our times.

      1. Yes, great guy! Fearless–and he won’t let himself be brought down by the haters.

        But as far as reaching the REAL truth, I still put my money on David Icke.

      2. rational? The guy makes a living out of scaring people with one ridiculous conspiracy over another.
        Just re-watch some of his older material and you’ll see that a lot of what he has predicted is pure bullocks.

      3. Fink..
        Real truth from Icke? From the shapeshifter lizard guy who once thought he was Jesus?

        Maher speaks with Icke:

      4. Are you being sarcastic or are you just trying to get the award for most thumbs down clicks today?

        Either way, mission accomplished.

      5. @mike
        I can’t help it if people fail to keep their irony meters in good working order. Though Fink’s, at least, is obviously fine.

  4. Are the same scientists that have produced mice with fully functioning human brains involved in this chemical “queering” of America too?

  5. He is correct. Plastics and other chemicals are being used which produce more of the female hormones in males as well as sterilizing them. They want a bunch of effeminate pussies who won’t resist global tyranny. Do your own research folks, don’t “listen” to anybody and believe what they say. Furthermore, Jones is controlled opposition. Look into his ties to the JBS, as well as the numerous guests he has had on who have direct ties to the Council for National Policy, a right-wing theocratic policy making group which is more secretive than Bilderberg or the other “leftist” groups. Alex is a fearmonger, and he is extremely dangerous to the people who haven’t progressed in their research beyond his fearadigm.

    1. Bilderberg is leftwing? Seems to me that it pretty much is a place where the industry and those with a lot of money meet.

    1. So THAT’S why I’ve still been hearing those voices! I’ll be sure to make my next hat the proper way!

  6. This guy opened for Doug Stanhope once, and if you want to see an audience really turn on someone check it out. It’s called “The Austin Incident”. youtube it!

    It’s a shame to say that as awesome as Doug Stanhope is, he apparently likes this guy.

  7. Jones is a complete nutcase. His material sounds just like supermarket tabloid stuff. He exploits peoples’ fears, prejudices, and misconceptions of how government operates to generate hysteria and controversy, thereby driving profits. Pretty shameless, actually, but I wonder: Does he really believe his own theories, or does he just arbitrarily make it all up? I’m betting on the latter.

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