I'm sorry, but this is really badly written. Can anyone tell me:
Does it say the UKIP conservatives, in England, are as nutty (and craven) as Romney or not?
"The head of a publicly funded anti-violence group is now facing charges after allegedly attacking his wife inside their suburban home."
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker has voiced her support for the work of controversial British conspiracy theorist David Icke on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.
When asked which book she would take were she to be an isolated castaway, the author of The Color Purple chose Icke’s ‘Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More.’
In the 750-page tome, Icke describes how the human mind is controlled from the moon.
The moon, he claims, is actually a “gigantic spacecraft” which sends us a “fake reality broadcast”.
This method of manipulation is said to work “in much the same way as portrayed in the Matrix movie trilogy”.
Icke, a former BBC presenter, drew mockery in 1991 when he pronounced himself the son of the messiah in an interview with Terry Wogan.
Since then, he has made a career as an author and public speaker.
One of his key ideas is that Earth is ruled by shape-shifting reptiles, including the Queen and President Barack Obama.
"Crazy lady, living in a bag, eating out of garbage pails, used to be a fag hag,..."
"Jury finds pastor Malcolm Fraser guilty of sex crimes against a child"
"Old Economy Steve: The Official Meme for Embittered Millennials"
“Definition of an optimist: a person with a depressed friend.”
"I'm a student of patterns. At heart, I'm a physicist. I look at everything in my life as trying to find the single equation, the theory of everything."
"It has been said that Ken Wilber is a cult leader. Some say a destructive cult leader. He counts Bill and Hillary Clinton as followers. Bill Clinton has quoted him. Hillary responded enthusiastically, when asked if she was trying to find Wilber's Theory of Everything, 'That’s right, that’s exactly right!'”
"You were right to be skeptical about hippies all this time -- they're all peace and love, but give them one charismatic dude in a loud shirt and they'll do whatever he says."