US Government paying paranoid lunatics to live among us as spies

Do you remember those short, scattered articles a few months ago about tracking devices being implanted in Canadian coins? You know, the ones that were long on suspicion, and short on details. Well, apparently, and I'm not making this up, US defense contractors living amongst us were worried that the poppies on some quarters concealed nanotech components. Seriously. Keep in mind that they weren't just random schizophrenics with blogs, they were working for the US ARMY!!! The US government is paying people to go to Tim Horton's and flip out when they get a funny-looking quarter in their change.

To quote the Globe and Mail:
"The odd-looking — but harmless — "poppy coin" was so unfamiliar to suspicious U.S. Army contractors travelling in Canada that they filed confidential espionage accounts about them. The worried contractors described the coins as "anomalous" and "filled with something man-made that looked like nano-technology," according to once-classified U.S. government reports and e-mails obtained by the AP."

"One contractor believed someone had placed two of the quarters in an outer coat pocket after the contractor had emptied the pocket hours earlier. "Coat pockets were empty that morning and I was keeping all of my coins in a plastic bag in my inner coat pocket," the contractor wrote."

Have you ever heard something that made you more convinced a person was bat-shit insane then that? Does this person have alzheimers? Do they where a tin-foil hat? I mean honestly, the found some coins in their pocket and were convinced that they had been planted on them. By who? Men in black sunglasses? The government? YOU ARE THE FUCKING GOVERNMENT YOU RETARD!!!

Not only does the US government have multiple delusional paranoids on their pay-roll, they apparently take them very seriously. It might not have been so bad had the higher-ups received these reports, laughed themselves silly and said this wacko on a 'special mission' to the darkest reaches of the Congo, but no, instead, they issued a public alert!

Again, from the Globe and Mail; "The confidential accounts led to a sensational warning from the Defence Security Service, an agency of the Defence Department, that mysterious coins with radio frequency transmitters were found planted on U.S. contractors with classified security clearances on at least three separate occasions between October 2005 and January 2006 as the contractors travelled through Canada."

These are defense department officials who issued these reports. Who did they think had created these high-tech tracking devices and slipped them onto our coins? Space aliens? Russian spies from a parallel universe? Satan?

The more insane the US military-industrial complex becomes the more of a threat they are to the entire world. Suddenly, I'm not so sure who's crazier, the people who think the government planned 9/11 or the people that they think did it.


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