How YouTube Drives Shane Dawson and Other Creators to Conspiracy Theories
YouTube structurally prioritizes audience feedback, which can drive content-makers to promote conspiracy theories or hate.
Is Denver's Airport Trolling Conspiracy Theorists or HIDING ALIENS?
Is it a meeting place for the global elite, who will hole up in tunnels beneath its runways when the world ends, or do they just want you to believe that?
Country Singer Warns Taco Bell Not to Joke About the Illuminati
Play with fire and you might get burned, Charlie Daniels suggests.
Coldplay's "A L I E N S" Is Not About Memes or the Illuminati, but It's Fine
Brian Eno is on this track, we're good.
An Illuminati Expert Explains How to Get More Women in the Illuminati
If lizard women want to have a seat at the table to plan the new world order, they've got to lean in.
Digging Deep Into the Only Conspiracy Alex Jones Doesn't Like
Deep in the heart of the internet exists a bat-shit theory that annoys the piss out of the Conspiracy King—that he is actually Bill Hicks.
A New Dance Show Tackles Pop Culture and Illuminati Mind Control
'MK ULTRA' will feature Lady Gaga designer's costumes and bombard the audience with subliminal messages, politics, and twerking.
Post Malone Parrots JFK Assassination Conspiracy, Says He’d Play Trump’s Inauguration, Sounds Like Dingus
In an interview on The Breakfast Club, he also admitted that he didn't vote because the Electoral College just does what it wants.
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Jesse Boykins III x MeLo-X: Cleaning Houses and Joining the Illuminati
MeLo-X—currently riding high from his production work with Beyoncé—stops tidying his house for a chat with erstwhile collaborator Boykins III about his LP 'Bartholomew.'
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
The Human Suit Malfunctions of the 2016 Party Conventions
Nobody's perfect. Not even the reptilians who control society.
'Weekday Afternoon Talkshow Lizard People,' Today's Comic by Stephen Maurice Graham
Why do daytime talkshow hosts try to make their guests cry so much? Unsurprisingly, the answer is lizard people.
'It Was Like a Cult': Leaving the World of Online Conspiracy Theories
Stephanie Wittschier believed in the Illuminati and chemtrails, and even tried to convert people online. But then she started to have doubts.