Haig’s Law Strikes Again!


In case you’ve forgotten, Haig’s Law was a so-called law of Internet formulated after many minutes of intense study by a team of highly intelligent, pan-dimemsional mice… no, wait… wrong story… by myself and my loyal Dear Readers of this site.

In it’s simplest form the Law works as follows:

The awfulness of a website’s design is directly proportional to the insanity of its contents and creator.

And I’m pleased to announce a new addition to the fold! May I present big-lies.org (or as their banner reads: Rerevisionism: History, Wars, Sciences, Religions, Political Theories, Academic Subjects. Trivial and serious examples. Power structures. Propaganda, Lies, Hoaxes, Claims, Frauds, Psychologies.)

Just a quick glance at the main page reveals it to be a repository of all sorts of conspiracy theories – even my old friends at Nukelies are there, along with Holocaust denial, global warming denialism, HIV denialism, Shakespeare denialism… the works.

And of course, it looks the poster project of a demented three-year-old. Behold!

About PsyGremlin

PsyGremlin is a former Conservapedia sysop (although the position was earned nefariously), stand up comedian, DJ, and is currently a self-employed financial adviser, who impersonates a responsible adult at least 5 days a week. However, highlighting and poking fun at the crazies out there remains his first love. Well besides pork crackling. And custard. And cricket.
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3 Responses to Haig’s Law Strikes Again!

  1. Steven says:

    I can understand denying global warming… but how the fuck do you ‘deny’ HIV and especially how do you deny fucking Shakespeare?

    • PsyGremlin says:

      I think they’re probably tapping into the whole “HIV doesn’t cause AIDS” bullshit, which we had to put up with here, when our Pres and Minister of Health thought that way. So sick people were told to eat garlic and potatoes, instead of getting drugs.

      As for Shakespeare, by going the de Vere route, they’ve chosen one of the more batshit insane (surprise!) theories about who actually wrote the plays.

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