Alex Jones’s Infowars and PrisonPlanet are insane piles of conspiracy mongering that only the less aware would dream of taking seriously, but the Internet harbors plenty of places that makes Infowars look boringly accountable. The most famous of these is perhaps John Scudamore’s whale.to, but Ken Adachi’s Educate-yourself – its Californian sister site – contains plenty of the same crazy. It is all there, from black helicopters, Project Blue-Beam, moon-landing denialism, antivaxx hystery and conspiracy, to Gary Null, oxygentherapy, New World Order, ORMUS, and stuff you wouldn’t even have dreamt about (such as this - warning: netbrowsers sometimes judge Adachi’s site to be “unsafe”). Hardly anything is apparently too insane for Ken Adachi, perhaps with the exception of Amitakh Stanford (Adachi seems to have had “grave doubts” about her reliability, but instead of dismissing her as clinically insane he decided that she is an Illuminati psy-op).
Although Educate-yourself is a compilation site, Adachi has contributed several articles himself. In the introduction to his site he attempts to argue (well, claim) that the “Western World's over-reliance and dependence on orthodox allopathic medicine (conventional physicians who prescribe drugs), pharmaceuticals, and the Standard Western Diet have brought us to a deplorable state of national health” (despite the fact that any remotely reliable statistical survey concludes otherwise), and that for “rountine illnesses, chronic disease, and even so-called 'terminal' diseases, you're better off educating yourself and learning how to treat the condition with a non-pharmaceutical approach.” This, however, is the least of our problems, for we are under constant threats from “[a]n extremely powerful civilian dominated cabal, the New World Order, includes Majesty [sic] Twelve [MJ-12], The Illuminati, Order of the Quest, The Bilderberg Group, The Trilateral Commission, The Executive Committee of The Council on Foreign Relations, The PI-40 Committee, The Jason Group [sic], The Club of Rome, The Group, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, The Open Friendly Secret Society [the Vatican], The Rosicrucians, The Brotherhood of the Dragon (or Snake), The Russell Trust, The Black Families (of Europe), Skull & Bones, the Scroll & Key, The Knights of Malta, the Illuminati arm of The Freemasons, and many, many other secretive groups.”
Adachi’s conclusion: donate money.
Here’s the website, in all its glory. This one is actually a pertinent commentary, if watched to the end.
It should be noted that “Ken Adachi” is probably not his real name – the name “Peter Boudreau” has been suggested as well, but the source of the latter is very, very unreliable. Didn’t manage to locate a picture either.
Diagnosis: Completely, utterly, irrevocably insane. Probably relatively harmless.