Sunday, June 24, 2012

#336: Jeff Rense

A.k.a. The poor man’s Alex Jones

The last few years have seen many mad conspiracy theorists taking down their signposts (Sitchin, Pabst, Carr, Ferguson, Kaysing, Mullins and others), and our planned next entry Ralph Rene joined them in 2008. I have no idea whether Susan Joy Rennison is American (she “has an honors degree in physics and geophysics from a British university” (not named), and is an independent researcher and author of “Tuning the Diamonds - Electromagnetism & Spiritual Evolution”); her website is here (see also this), but she appears to be European (and mad as a hatter).

Well, there’s always more where they came from. Jeff Rense is your Pabst-worthy conspiracy theorist, and he combines it with alternative medicine peddling of Gary Null-like levels of lack of touch with reality. He runs the website, which competes with for crankery, and he has his own show on satellite radio.

Among his many topics (the conspiracies are generally endorsed) are 9/11 conspiracy theories, UFOs, Holocaust denial, Jewish conspiracy theories (a British fellow chimes in here), Big Pharma conspiracies, AIDS denial, and the Illuminati, but you’ll find plenty of food for pretty much every other conceivable conspiracy theory on his sites.

It is rather hard to distinguish advertisements from “editorial content” on Rense’s webpage. Visiting it is not recommended for the faint of heart.

Diagnosis: All aspects of lunacy in one. Utter madman. Even the dimmest bulb should have recognized that. The fact that they don’t bodes ill for the future of humanity.


  1. Don't forget about Judith Reisman. I've tried reading her screeds and I can honestly say that she is one of the most batshit crazy people in the country.

  2. I think we just did. Wait for her in round 2. To remedy the situation I updated the entry on her at rationalwiki instead.

  3. I think you need to comment on the hair.