Chris Brown Leads the Ebola Conspiracy Charge

It’s no surprise that there are conspiracy theories about the Ebola virus deaths and fears as they spread around the world. Accusations of intentional population control is something that we expect from the usual proponents of nefarious New World Order plans, but now there is a new and unlikely champion: Chris Brown, the R&B singer perhaps most famous for battering Rihanna’s face into an ugly mess. Here’s his tweet on the topic – note the number of retweets and favorites:

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23 Comments on "Chris Brown Leads the Ebola Conspiracy Charge"

  1. Michael416 | Oct 14, 2014 at 2:38 pm |

    Why is this even on disinformation? I don’t need to know what some celebrity thinks about the Ebola virus unless they are an expert in the field. Anybody can say anything is a conspiracy.

    • Simon Valentine | Oct 14, 2014 at 4:28 pm |

      must be about your gag reflex not being on disinformation.
      did you evaluate your final sentence, or wield ebola?

    • BuzzCoastin | Oct 14, 2014 at 5:38 pm |

      everybody is a consiracy of anybodies
      butt as far as eye can tell
      there isn’t anybody not even me
      to conspire with

  2. trompe l'oiel | Oct 14, 2014 at 3:09 pm |

    “What is truth? said jesting Pilate; and would not stay for an answer.” Sir Francis Bacon

    • BuzzCoastin | Oct 14, 2014 at 5:32 pm |

      … it being foretold, that when Christ cometh,
      he shall not find faith upon the earth.
      Bacon, ibid.

  3. emperorreagan | Oct 14, 2014 at 3:11 pm |

    No need for conspiracies.

    Disease and epidemics are one of the issues with increasing population densities, with changes in human travel patterns (more and faster) and with human changes to environment (from increasing contact with various other animals due to continuing encroachment on more territory to CAFOs, which are excellent spots for diseases to breed & mutate).

    Ebola is something people saw coming. Governments have just opted for magical thinking and willful ignorance as the best means to combat the issue.

    • trompe l'oiel | Oct 14, 2014 at 3:44 pm |

      I blame the Georgia Guidestones. The actual stones themselves. Not even the people who designed them, I just blame the inanimate rocks. They’re the reason for this satanic, book of revelations, horseman of pestilence upon the Earth. It couldn’t be that people are eating sun dried primate jerky…

    • trompe l'oiel | Oct 14, 2014 at 3:49 pm |

      “Beforeitsnews claims the hospital houses a US a biosecurity level 2 bioweapons research lab. That claim is unconfirmed, however, this we do know.”

      really good start on the credibility end there. I’m already convinced that this article doesn’t resemble stinky swiss cheese.

      • misinformation | Oct 16, 2014 at 3:31 am |

        Are you skeptical of the credibility because the author of the quote said that someone else claimed something, that the something wasn’t confirmed, that they were setting up the next line or paragraph to tell you something that they do know or some other thing?

        • trompe l'oiel | Oct 16, 2014 at 11:42 am |

          I just feel like a lot of psy ops are generated through fragmentary conspiracy terrorism that provides proper distractions to inflate the potential for coercive agencies to seem more sinister and powerful in situations such as these than they actually are.

          “You are giving too much fear and power to the enemy.” Hunter S. Thompson

          • misinformation | Oct 16, 2014 at 9:32 pm |

            I hear you. I agree in many instances.

            I was curious because I thought the article raised a lot of intriguing, well-founded points and didn’t think that the commonly used ‘an unverified report said’ (or some similar version of that), warranted immediate skepticism.

          • trompe l'oiel | Oct 17, 2014 at 11:35 am |

            Don’t get me wrong, the likelihood of military involvement for sake of producing a social climate to exploit a population and surrounding areas resources is in the realm of distinct possibility. I just feel like some of the bread crumbs these investigators cite may be stale, or not even bread for that matter. Intelligence agencies have a remarkable skill, that skill is manipulating people to peddle their misinformation psy ops for them through fractional evidence. Or I could just be overly skeptical in this case.

  4. Anarchy Pony | Oct 14, 2014 at 3:36 pm |

    If that’s what was for it would be airborne.

    • emperorreagan | Oct 14, 2014 at 3:50 pm |

      It’d also be something that a vaccine was readily available for and probably advertised/recommended prior to the pandemic. Vaccination rates tend to be higher for people with more education and for whites and countries like Pakistan would be altogether fucked. That limits the moving parts in the conspiracy: you let favored groups self-select.

  5. BuzzCoastin | Oct 14, 2014 at 5:22 pm |

    why would the oligarchs
    want to kill the geese that lay golden eggs?

    more likely the protection racket
    needs somthing new to save wee from
    all the time

    if you see anything suspicius
    be sure to report it

  6. BuzzCoastin | Oct 14, 2014 at 5:26 pm |

    is it acceptable
    to shout MOVIE!! in a firehouse?

  7. Mr Brown…heres a new conspiracy: your saliva can cure Ebola…the govt hates this and doesn’t want you to know it…but if you find an Ebola patient and lick them…you’ll bring their lies tumbling down at last. Go for it, bruh!

  8. InfvoCuernos | Oct 14, 2014 at 7:38 pm |

    This just in: Chris Brown’s post on virus goes viral!

  9. They still haven’t stopped travel to and from Liberia and the other highly affected countries. They’ve known about the outbreak since at least last December. There’s a 21 day incubation period.

    So they aren’t trying very hard to contain it. Predictably it is not contained and now showing up in Texas, Spain and … wherever. Whether that’s intentional criminal intent or criminal negligence is beside the point.

    They need to stop it. They aren’t.

  10. Number1Framer | Oct 14, 2014 at 10:07 pm |

    It’s not a conspiracy, ebola just isn’t profitable enough yet to warrant a meaningful response. But stocks are up on hazmat suits, so toke that for whatever it’s worth. Pretty soon you’ll just be able to buy stocks in the well being of other individuals and bet against them. Then the poor will really be worth something to the oligarchs…

    EDIT: Oh wait, you already can do that with a dead peasant policy. My bad.

  11. Jonas Planck | Oct 15, 2014 at 1:44 am |

    I don’t know… But I think media sensationalism is a form of mind control. Shit is getting crazy, Bruh.

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