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!