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8 Crazy & Insane Quotes I Found on Twitter

Ryan Dube 29-09-2011

This week, I wanted to try something a little different. We’ve often covered a number of weird and strange things on the Internet, like Kaly’s article on crazy Valentine message generators. And yes, sometimes we like to poke fun at people, like Tina’s great article on 15 funny Yahoo answers 15 Funny Yahoo Answers Questions that Will Make You LOL Hard Read More .


Some of you may know that I’ve been rather active in an alternative community that most people out there may consider rather “odd” – to say the least. There was a hint of this in my article on how to research weird science claims Top 5 Websites To Research Weird Science Claims Read More . Like many other “normal” folks that wade into the dark waters of the paranormal, I do like to consider myself rational, somewhat skeptical but also open minded. During the half-decade, the one thing I’ve come to realize is that there are a lot of very insane people in the world. I don’t mean to be facetious, but I’ve noticed there are many people in the world that have chosen to believe in certain things that you and I would consider completely strange, irrational, and downright crazy.

8 Crazy & Insane Twitter Quotes

I went out searching on Twitter for some of the most “out-there” folks that I know of, in order to show you just what can happen to a person that decides to take a walk a little too far down the rabbit hole.

Alfred Webre

The first choice was very easy. For those of you that know about Alfred Webre, then you’ve probably heard about Exopolitics and the fringe community of folks that believe the existence of aliens visiting Earth is a foregone conclusion. They believe we need to start a political outreach program to co-exist with them.

Alfred is one of the primary leaders, and following his Twitter page, you’ll be treated to regular updates of alien cooperation.

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A few select quotes from Alfred’s Twitter stream:

“NASA Whistleblower: Alien Moon Cities Exist”

“ET Council: War with grey-Draco reptilian ETs is won, no false flag ET invasion”

“Russian cosmonaut Popovich: ETs warn Cataclysms will unify human consciousness”


Seriously…you can’t make this stuff up.

Project Camelot

Next up is an organization called “Project Camelot”, founded by Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan. They teamed up to promote various Ufology and paranormal hoaxes, all under the guise of supporting “whistleblowers”. As you can see from the Project Camelot Twitter stream and website, “whistleblowers” consist of just about anyone that claims they have former top secret clearances.

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A few choice morsels from the Camelot Twitter stream:


“ Alien Intervention in US Debt Deal”

“ Extraterrestrial salvation from the Doom?”

Steven Greer

Steven Greer is probably the most most misunderstood man throughout Ufology. There are a lot of people who believe he is simply undertaking an effort to promote the disclosure of what the government knows about UFOs.

In reality, Greer actually believes that there are multiple species of aliens already making contact, and at his website,, he offers you the chance to attend one of his “ambassador” trainings where he’ll teach you how to make contact with aliens for a small “training fee” of only $2,500.


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Greer has tweeted:

“Ambassador to the Universe Training/Expedition – March 6 – 12 […] Space is still available!”

“Suppression attempts are hindering efforts to bring free energy to the world.”

Gary Bekkum

So, beyond the world of aliens and UFOs, you’ll also find some pretty odd folks in the fields of parapsychology and psychic research as well. One guy in particular posts infuriatingly conclusive claims about things for which there is zero evidence. His name is Gary Bekkum, and his shtick is making claims that various psychic predictions have come true.

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Bekkum has tweeted:

“New 9/11 Specific Credible Threat, Unconfirmed, Was Foreseen By Psychic Spy”

“9/11 predicted by 1986 psychic spies? Air attack on NYC and Washington, collapse of buildings in future newspapers..”

Um…yeah. So anyway…

Al Gore

Moving on to a guy we all know – the one and only Al Gore. Al Gore issuing crazy tweets? Well, it wasn’t always that way, until he became completely obsessed with global warming caused by humans. Now it’s all you hear about from his stream.

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Gore’s Tweets:

“Wall Street Journal gets it wrong on climate again.”

“The Great Lakes are in danger”

“Ice could be melting faster than we thought”

Doesn’t the guy have a day job?

Richard Dolan

Richard Dolan is a self-proclaimed “historian of Ufology”. In reality, he is yet another Ufology author distributing the New Age belief that the world is on the cusp of being greeted by aliens the moment we achieve an elevated state of enlightenment.

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Odd Dolan Tweets:

“I created a new video: The UFO Cover-Up in 10 Minutes. Enjoy!”

“About to fly to Las Vegas for the 7th annual Crash Retrieval Conference.”

Jack Sarfatti

Jack Sarfatti. What can I say about this guy? If you’ve heard of quantum physics and cosmology, then it’s possible that you’ve heard of this fringe physicist that dabbles in the realm of UFOs, parapsychology, and other mystical topics. If you’re looking for some pretty out-of-this-world tweets, the Sarfatti stream won’t let you down.

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A few select Sarfatti Twitter morsels:

“Freaked out driver tail-gated by UFO”

“New Footage: Bigfoot Sighting in Adirondacks, NY”

Bigfoot, UFOs, and the physics behind alien craft…gotta love it.

Michael Salla

Once again, I’ve decided to save the best (or worst) for last. Michael Salla is also a leader in the Exopolitics movement. The difference with Salla is that he doesn’t even try to hide his outrageous beliefs – he just dishes out the crazy tweets like it’s going out of style.

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My favorite crazy Salla quotes:

“Did Comet Elenin disintegrate or reveal alien energy shield?”

“New videos reveal celestials helping humanity with extraterrestrial technology”

“National Geographic promotes alien invasion scenario. Are we being prepared for a false flag alien invasion?”

During your own explorations of Twitter, did you discover any strange and odd beliefs and tweets? Share some of your own examples in the comments section below, as we walk through the dark underworld of Twitter’s alternative communities.

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  1. Ryan Dube
    November 13, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Jack - you may want to look up the definition of libel. A statement has to be false for it to be classified as such. I simply quoted your own statements from your own Twitter stream and called them "out of this world." I can't help it if you don't agree with that assessment, but it is what it is.

  2. Ryan Dube
    November 12, 2011 at 5:04 am

    Hi everyone - received some feedback from Jack Sarfatti as explanation for the sort of tweets that we see cropping up on his Twitter feed. Jack explains that they are auto-tweets from posts that are from the "Weird Desk" forum/website that he runs and not indicative of his personal beliefs. He writes:

    "You should have checked to see that
    they were auto-tweets. You pulled them totally out of context to
    make it appear they were my opinions and beliefs lumping me with
    loonytoons like Webre, Salla." 

    So, according to Sarfatti's explanation, they are not his tweets nor are they his beliefs, they are, in his exact words, " from WEIRD DESK that generally we are posting with
    a 'wink.'"

  3. Escher7
    October 4, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    Geez! A lot of support for Al. Maybe he should run for president....Oh yeh, he did already. Saying Gore is obsessed with global warming is like saying that Stephen Hawking is obsessed with physics. (Hawking also has very firm views regarding the origin of the universe for example, not necessarily provable.) Ralph Nader was obsessed about cars that killed people, the Wright brothers were obsessed about flight etc. etc. For that matter, the founding fathers were obsessed with freedom - an idea not necessarily accepted by the British. The thing about Gore's obsession is that if he is wrong there is no harm done. If he is right then his ideas may help in saving the earth.

    As for the existence of aliens, if they don't exist the why is the government trying to keep them out by securing the borders. And have you ever taken a good look at George Bush? He reminds me of the bug guy that the men in black were chasing around - only shorter. That would also explain his difficulty with English. Then there's Barak, who apparently wasn't born anywhere, at least on earth. Think about it.

    • Jim
      November 12, 2011 at 2:49 pm

      No harm done unless you think about the Carbon Tax he's pushing that will only cost the general public in the long run.  If it was a straight up tax that everyone had to pay fairly (as in a percentage of profits for units of pollution), it might be acceptable, but the loopholes that allow for large polluters to trade units with other lesser offenders is unacceptable and should be setting off red flags in everyone's heads.  The costs of this new tax will not be absorbed by the corporations, but passed on to the consumers of their products. I like the fact that he has raised awareness on this topic that was greatly needed, but his reasons as to why are questionable.  His career in Washington has corrupted him as well, even though he rides on a worthy enough platform.

      • Jim
        November 12, 2011 at 2:54 pm

        Also I agree with the alien "conspiracy theorists" at least on their existance.  Anyone who doesn't beleive in aliens obviously hasn't looked up at night in a while, or can't see the stars through all of their city's light pollution.  The odds of us being alone in the universe are slim to none, and to think we are the most advanced civilization would be arrogant.

      • Tina
        November 12, 2011 at 6:14 pm

        Please check out this video for an answer:
        The Most Terrifying Video You Will Ever See

  4. Roger Phillip
    September 30, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    It's rather unfair to lump Gore in with UFO theorists and con artists. He's talking about stuff that's really happening. (Maybe not as bad as he would have you believe, but real nonetheless.)

    • Anonymous
      September 30, 2011 at 1:48 pm

      Yeah I agree. I mean he's too alarmist but then there's plenty of complacent people in the world to balance him out I think! I suppose they pipe down though...

      I think the obsessed / passionate advocate is a fine line - depends mainly what the listener thinks of the actual views expressed more than anything probably.

      • Tina
        September 30, 2011 at 4:42 pm

        I just had the pleasure of diving a little deeper into the science (serious, not pseudo) of climate change. And I'm afraid that the concern that has been expressed so far (by Al Gore and others) is not an extremist view. It seems to me like a balanced view and I'm only scratching the surface of said science. So yeah, I'm very irritated to find him among UFO and alien stuff as well.

        • Andrew
          September 30, 2011 at 8:53 pm

          Yep, Tina, I agree. Ryan - you suggest you are open minded, and use phrases about claims with no evidence. Most of your sites may hold true, but the Al Gore one does not. Like him or not, it does not matter. In climate change the only debate is on the rate of change. The evidence is sound. Your opinions expressed do not match up when you include Al Gore.

        • Anonymous
          September 30, 2011 at 11:45 pm

          Andrew - the evidence of climate change is note in refute. The evidence of what is *causing* that change is not proven to any degree that would satisfy honest observers. Gore and others in his camp have been putting the cart ahead of the horse for years. Being open minded means not making premature conclusions about any phenomenon - but keeping all possibilities on the table. Like the UFO nutters, his mind is already made up.  And before y'all get too hot and bothered about this topic, I highly recommend this article: 

        • Anonymous
          September 30, 2011 at 11:35 pm

          Could you point out some of the science on the Al Gore side that you consider to be sound?

        • Anonymous
          September 30, 2011 at 11:56 pm

          Tina - if you're just getting started taking a look at the Al Gore stuff, I highly recommend reading this article as a primer. Just so you know what sort of putrid mud you're wading into.

        • Tina
          October 2, 2011 at 3:55 pm

          Ryan, I'm not getting into 'Al Gore' stuff. Sure, he may fake experiments on TV. That's stupid, but it doesn't dis/prove anything. If you are interested in the science, an objective view of all the data, both supporting and questioning climate change, I recommend you to watch episode 2 of this BBC documentary:

        • Ryan Dube
          October 2, 2011 at 4:25 pm

          Tina, please read my comments above. I am not, nor have I ever questioned climate change. If you read my comments, you will see what I personally believe has not been proven yet, beyond a shadow of doubt.

        • Ryan Dube
          October 2, 2011 at 4:30 pm

          Oh, I should add that my listing of Al Gore is related to his wingnut tactics (as the link above shows just one example), and his unscientific approach of prematurely accepting a conclusion about the cause of the phenomenon. This is a behavior that is also prevalent throughout Ufology and the paranormal in general.

        • Tina
          November 12, 2011 at 6:36 pm


          what I hear from you here is that you have doubts about whether or not there is sufficient proof that Global Warming is caused by humans. Well, unfortunately that is no longer the question. Global Warming is caused by humans. We all have to swallow that pill and get over it.

          Don't believe me? Look up the overwhelming amount of scientific data and start with the latest IPCC report (2007). End of discussion.

          The question is, what will happen? Will anything happen? Will something serious happen? Or will it turn out to be rather harmless? So let's wait and see, right?

  5. Frentofried
    September 29, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    I dont see anything crazy or insane with Al Gore's quotes..??

    • John smith
      September 29, 2011 at 9:14 pm

      Well I liked your post only to show support for the reality impaired that blindly follow the hype and the unfounded nonsense.

      Hope one day you realize that Al Gore is one of those scammers.

    • Ryan Dube
      September 29, 2011 at 10:38 pm

      While I would like to stay out of any debate about Al Gore's comments, you have to admit the man is a bit obsessed. 

      • Tina
        September 30, 2011 at 6:58 pm

        I would call it passionate. Obsession to me implies that his cause is not serious or worthwhile. Example: would you call Gandhi obsessed?

        • Anonymous
          September 30, 2011 at 11:34 pm

          Very much so...obsessed with peace. Not really something bad to be obsessed about though. :-)

  6. Cherie
    September 29, 2011 at 6:43 pm

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  7. Cherie
    September 29, 2011 at 6:40 pm

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