Featured Article · Search · Directory · Report Inaccuracy

The Truth About A Beastie Boy and Mad cow disease

Have you ever noticed that a Beastie Boy has “no position” on important issues like chemtrails, vaccines causing mad cow disease in children, and bigfoot sightings? Isn't it strange that someone would “fail” to have positions about all of these things? That's because they profit from these evils-- which is part of the reason why these evils continue to exist.

In 1750, Benjamin Franklin was observed by over fifteen residents of Philadelphia as he branded an unidentified man with an Illuminati insignia. He was overheard telling one of his associates, “my work will be done once a Beastie Boy arrives to complete it.”

A prominent news anchor, who asked to remain anonymous, discovered he was being covertly photographed after he uncovered this issue.

Anthropologists have linked scientific research done in the Vietnam War to a recent outbreak of mad cow disease.

Most evidence to the contrary has likely been faked.

One out of ten hospitals saw unusually high concentrations of mad cow disease patients during 2012.

I'm willing to tell the truth about this, despite the dangers, because my commitment to justice and truth is extraordinary.

“There are no facts, only interpretations.” -- Friedrick Nietzsche

Sources:
  1. Rubin, Dale. "Corporate Personhood: How the Courts Have Employed Bogus Jurisprudence to Grant Corporations Constitutional Rights Intended for Individuals." QLR 28 (2009): 523.
  2. Levy, David L., and Daniel Egan. "Capital contests: National and transnational channels of corporate influence on the climate change negotiations." Politics and Society 26 (1998): 337-362.
  3. Osborne, David. "Reinventing government." Public Productivity & Management Review (1993): 349-356.
  4. Lijphart, Arend. "Democracies: Patterns of majoritarian and consensus government in twenty-one countries." (1984): 199-243.
» Read another article

Sign up for the best articles every month.