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“I Told You So:” The Mass Formation Psychosis Theme Song

A smoking rocker for Mass Psychosis Formation Tuesday! The management of American Digest does not agree with ALL the conspiracies referenced in this song (911, 7, chemtrails, flat earths, NASA etc.) but is open to persuasion on some of the others.

Protip: At 1:08 note “f l a t e a r t h” inlaid his guitar neck. The man is, if nothing else, committed to his niche.

Remember when I told you bout 9/11
Remember when I told you bout building 7
Remember when I told you bout fluoride in the water
Remember when I told you bout the new world order
Remember when I told you bout the chemtrails in the sky
Remember when I told you that NASA’s full of lies
Remember when told you bout the ultra mind control
Well I just wanna say that I told you so…

Remember when I told you bout 432 (hertz that is)
And what 440 can do to you (oh it hurts my ears)
Remember when I told you bout the vaccine agenda
And that Michelle Obama is a transgender
The dinosaur fraud, the climate change scam
And yes Sandra bullock is also a man
Remember when I told you that there ain’t no globe
Well I just wanna say that I told you so

I told you so
I told you so
I told you so
I told you so

Remember when I told you bout your TVs flicker rate
And how it puts your brain in an alpha state
Remember when I told you bout germ theory
Remember when I told you bout gravity
Remember when I told you bout paul McCartney
Remember when I told you bout direct energy
Remember when I told you ’bout Monsanto
Well I just wanna say that I told you so


Remember when I told you bout the mainstream media
Your so called celebrities and pedophilia
Child trafficking and adrenochrome
Remember when I told you bout the Georgia guide stones
Remember when I told you bout the false flag operations
Remember when I told you bout 5G radiation
Remember that I told you that c0v/d was a hoax
Well I just wanna say that I told you so

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  • Mike Austin January 4, 2022, 10:10 AM

    This song should be blasted by megaphone across the US 24 hours a day, six days a week.

    Two years ago Alex Jones was a crazed conspiracy theorist nut-bag. Now he is a prophet. Yesterday’s conspiracy theories are todays current events.

  • Joe Krill January 4, 2022, 10:13 AM

    As Tony the Tiger would say–GRRRREAT !!!!!!!. Love it. Notice that the last line “Remember that I told you that c0v/d was a hoax” is blocked out on the audio..

    • Vanderleun January 4, 2022, 11:41 AM

      Not on hhis other outlets. Done here to keep this video from being ditched by YouTube’s parasitical chunks of Woke Compost in waiting.

  • Dirk January 4, 2022, 10:33 AM

    I see Alex Jones is just a nut. Guys the truth isn’t hiding, you just have to flip the correct rocks over to find the truth. If you are continuously flipping Jones rock, you have a problem.

    I often flip 100 ish rocks a day seeking the truth,, sometimes the truth is found in clips and phrases which require us to tie em together.

    To recognize the truth, one must have lived a informed life, recognize the Truth vs Lies.
    Right vs wrong. Must have cognitively given media a change to prove the propaganda, they scream daily.

    This I know, everybody here understands what I mentioned, the end goal can be achieved from multiple directions, mine, is exactly that, mine. Each of you comes to pretty much the same conclusion using a system that works for you, the way you think.

    Just outside Bend Oregon, shoveling snow, thinking we received 20/24 inch’s yesterday, last night. Powder, Mt Bachelors down the road, the skiings got to be simply amazing today.


    • John Venlet January 4, 2022, 11:47 AM

      I often flip 100 ish rocks a day seeking the truth,, sometimes the truth is found in clips and phrases which require us to tie em together.

      True, Dirk. I’ve long thought it like playing the old teevee game show Concentration, but you often have to match more than two of the hidden clues to get at the answer.

  • Sheila K January 4, 2022, 10:55 AM

    Gerard, You really outdid yourself on this one. Thanks.

    P.S. This is my first time to comment. I got a close friend who loves your site.

    • Vanderleun January 6, 2022, 9:09 AM

      Thanks, Sheila. Come on back any old time.

  • tim January 4, 2022, 11:02 AM

    Yea, no…a stopped clock is right twice a day but I’m not gonn’a praise it.

  • SteveS January 4, 2022, 11:17 AM

    His phrasing, sense of humor and irony reminds me of Steven Krikorian, AKA: “Tonio K”. Check it out.

    On the other hand I can’t help but think maybe this guy’s playing us, ridiculing all conspiracies.

  • ghostsniper January 4, 2022, 11:22 AM

    You read it here first (though I have been writing it for months):

    No, There Is No New Virus. the Flu Was Renamed “Covid-19.”

    • John Venlet January 4, 2022, 11:50 AM

      Ghostsniper, I, too, just posted a link to that piece by Anglin, but tied it together with Gerard’s mass formation psychosis post, amongst other links.

      • Dirk January 4, 2022, 1:26 PM

        The flu! TRUTH!


      • ghostsniper January 4, 2022, 2:17 PM

        Though I am rural and stay home most of the time I still mix with the masses now and then and have seen no proof any of this virus stuff is real. My greatest exposure to the info has been through the web as I don’t do TV.

        Here in Ruralville where everybody knows everybody the virus mania just doesn’t come up. At all. Last week Randy the propane guy came by to fill our tank. We spoke for maybe 20 mins or so and we talked about anything and everything but we never mentioned anything virus and we didn’t put on any silly masks or social distance. He came in my office and I showed him a gun I built last year and we handed it back and forth and talked about it and laughed and stuff like doods always do. He even got down on the floor and rassled with my mutt Shannon. Then he left.

        It’s like that every time I see somebody I know. We behave normally, like people always do. The only people I see masking up are old folx that I don’t know and I stay away from them. Their mask is a signal to me that they ain’t quite right in the head and potentially dangerous in ways I’d rather not know about. If a person can be persuaded to walk around in public with a fake mask on even though there is no compunction to do so then they are probably capable of anything. Gullible, naive, ignorant, and not much more than a mere vegetable. What use is someone like that?

        Our UPS delivery guy, Chuck, whom I’ve known for maybe 10 years, supposedly died from covid in Dec 2020 but the other UPS guy offered no explanation (cause like everyone else, he doesn’t know and he’s only repeating what he was told) and I didn’t ask. Our eyes met as he told me and there was an odd feeling in both of us like we were experiencing something surreal. He didn’t feel right about what he was telling me and I didn’t feel right about what I was hearing him tell me, but we both went through the uncomfortable motions. Then the conversation quickly drifted off and we said our adeus and he left. I never seen him again.

        My wife supposedly knows some people that have had covid, some seriously, most not so much. She has not seen any of these people in person for almost 2 years. Again, none have offered proof, all are repeating what they’ve been told. And because we don’t know what to think we mostly stay to ourselves. Our son and his family have been sick and got over it and were never tested for anything.

        No matter which way I turn I see no proof that this covid thing is anything more than conjecture. Fictional fantasy. In the past 2 years I have been in fairly close proximity (less than 5 feet) to friends and strangers maybe 50 times yet I have not been sick. My wife has done the same maybe 30 times and she has not been sick. So what gives? Are we exceptional? Are we lucky? Do we not get out often enough?

        Just about everything now has been completely pussified and there seems to be massive competition for victimhood in everything. For a lot of people they some how gain something from claiming victimhood, whether real or imagined. There was a time when men and women stood upright on their hindlegs, ignored their short comings, and did what needed to be done, no matter what. (It is a truly disappointing thing to see a grown man advertise his victimhood status. He isn’t a man at all, he is a woman with male genitalia and a childs mind.) A transition has been building over the past 30 years or so where fortitude is not such a good thing and excuses have been taking the place. People are just not performing as they used to in days gone by and instead are making excuses for their poor performance and using even the silliest things for an excuse.

        In the distant past if a person experienced something offensive they learned to avoid such things in the future. If the offensive thing was habitual people ridiculed it into submission. If the offensive thing became dangerous or problematic average people quickly sought ways to deal with it. But over time the amount and variety of offensive things have become so common it is not possible to ignore, ridicule, or deal with them. So we tread cautiously and in so doing the offensive things have become plentiful. Hardly a day goes by that we don’t encounter at least one thing we find offensive. Is it possible to peruse the web for 1 hour without finding a flurry of offensive things?

        Is it possible to visit the web for an hour without a whole line up of hapless victims? And none of them are shy about broadcasting their victimhood, presumed or real. Seems the shallowest victims are the loudest. Loud to the point of being offensive. Offensive, arrogant, loudmouth, narcissistic, shallow victims. And the people that promote them. Coddle them. Encourage them. Causing even more puppet people to mimic them. When people long to be victims and the gov’t-media complex gives them an opportunity to showcase their victimhood through manufactured illness there is no limit to the number of weirdo’s that will stand in line and hope for their 15 minutes.

        • Mike Austin January 4, 2022, 3:45 PM

          You outdid yourself, Ghost. So much wisdom, truth and normalcy in what you wrote.

          • Humdeedee January 5, 2022, 6:24 PM

            Ghost’s comments exactly speak my mind.

    • Terry January 4, 2022, 8:52 PM

      ghost- great link. Tons of info.

    • Bear Claw Chris Lapp January 7, 2022, 9:09 AM

      Damn Ghost. No flu in 2020, right. Your comment and that link paired is a hell of an eye opener if only people would open their eyes faster than they are.

  • Lance de Boyle January 4, 2022, 2:52 PM

    The Declaration of Independence describes what is happening and what I think will happen.
    1. A longish train of “abuses and usurpations,” was finally complied and seen as “pursuing invariably the same Object….to reduce them under absolute Despotism.” Enumerated in the writings of the Founders, and esp. Samel Adams. Currently, Codevilla, Victor Davis Hanson, etc.
    2. This led to the debunking of the ruling ideology of monarchy and that the Colonies were subject to whatever the British handed out—more abuses.
    3. Development of the surity of conflict between political classes—monarchy and its minions vs. Colonists (Codevilla’s ruling class vs. country class)—with irreconcilable interests.
    4. Development of a countervailing ideology—Jefferson’s second paragraph—the theory of natural rights, the purpose of government, consent of the governed, the right of opposition and revolution.
    5. Development of opposition groups—Committees of Correspondence, militias, Tea Party.
    6. These provoked more “abuses”—Use of IRS, “bitter clingers,” “deplorables,” surveillance, wokeness, cancel culture….
    7. These confirmed the earlier percerption (#3) and became signs of a path to totalitarianism. For ex, https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/what-if-the-largest-experiment-on
    8. This led to a fairly well articulated populism/traditionalism, Trumpism, Trump’s election, a massive opposition movement at present nonviolent but increasingly armed.
    9. This led to more reaction from the regime—“demonstic terrorists,” FBI and DoJ machinations, Jan. 6 provocations, in-your-face covid social control, aversive control of language, limiting oil production, inflationary policies, selling us out to China…. [All meaning that the investments and costs of complaince increasingly outweigh the benefits.]
    10. At some point, armed confrontation, leading ……

    • Mike Austin January 5, 2022, 2:27 AM

      I just read that link you sent from Dr. Malone. He is afraid of the worst, and who can blame him? A 40 percent increase in deaths for working age adults would be—is—catastrophic. The truth about all this “pandemic” nightmare is coming out, but too slowly for my taste. And even if everything becomes known about it, then what? We have seen ghastly crimes and treasons become public knowledge here in the US, and nothing whatsoever is done about it. Witnesses are murdered, information is withheld, testimony is ignored, whistleblowers are jailed. Fauci probably believes he is untouchable. And he is—for now.

      • ghostsniper January 5, 2022, 6:44 AM

        Mike axed:
        “And even if everything becomes known about it, then what?”

        Speaking of the larger picture, tyranny, we know that at some point it will be killed off. We don’t know when nor do we know the circumstances that lead up to that event. We don’t know if the event will start small and escalate or if one thing will trigger a massive nationwide explosion.

        A smart person acutely aware of US current events over the past couple of decades and knowledgeable in long term historical fact can possibly draw some crosshairs on a few things that might be trigger effects.

        Food for example. We know that scientifically and historically lack of food can cause masses to rise up. If, for instance, by the end of 2022 the cost of a pound of ground round rises to $10 and all other prices rise accordingly, but not income, there will be bolts snapping off the machine from coast to coast.

        Grid, for another example. Lack of electricity, or random access to electricity, in this technology rooted society will cause a mania never before seen. A lot, maybe a majority, of the US population is heavily addicted to their grid access in many ways. If they can’t get their fix they will seeth and boil.

        So yeah, it’s a good idea for each of us to spend some quality time inside our own heads wargaming the future possibilities and come up with ways, individually, to deal with them. At the top of the list is that real estate term, location, location, location. Next, the ability to provide for yourself, in all ways. Many of us are too old for the “run, dodge and jump” of actual combat but there are other ways to help the cause when the time is here to man up and do what needs to be done. I recently noticed that on every pair of boots that I own the balls of the soles are wearing faster than the balance. Stay froggy.

        • John Venlet January 5, 2022, 7:09 AM

          Grid, for another example.

          Yes. And what if an internet kill switch is activated, though you still have electricity? You cannot rely on the teevee for factual information.

  • Tom Hyland January 4, 2022, 3:22 PM

    “I am a ‘conspiracy theorist’. I believe men and women of wealth and power conspire. If you don’t think so, then you are what is called ‘an idiot’. If you believe stuff but fear the label, you are what is called ‘a coward’.” – Cornell University professor Dave Callum

    Me too. I’m a conspiracy theorist… or as Gore Vidal said… I am a conspiracy analyst. I find every one of the items on this rockin’ dude’s list highly suspicious and worth considering… except for Sandra Bullock… haven’t heard anything about her. Guess I’ll check it out. And Paul McCartney? I guess he’s suggesting that one about Paul killed in a car crash back in 1966. Nonsense. But Paul DID attend fundraisers for Hillary Clinton… and he’s probably vaxxed. Is the earth flat? Then why is the moon round? Does the earth flip like a coin? What’s underneath it? Plumbing and tree roots? Ain’t buying it. Everything else on the list?? The most serene position to dwell in this world is to believe absolutely nothing. Then ponder at your leisure whatever grabs your attention.

  • ghostsniper January 4, 2022, 5:03 PM

    Tom sed:
    “The most serene position to dwell in this world is to believe absolutely nothing. Then ponder at your leisure whatever grabs your attention.”
    Get out of my head Tom! lol

  • Casey Klahn January 4, 2022, 5:27 PM

    OK, it’s well worn, but I found it to be true. This saying:
    The young know everything, the middle-aged question everything, and the old…believe everything.

    That is an hilarious song, delivered on point.

  • Dirk January 4, 2022, 6:01 PM

    Everybody above who shared their observations is correct, while identifying how you came to those conclusions, is critical, that you all called the spade, A spade, is what’s important.

    I was in my In Laws living room few minutes ago, I mentioned theFederal Govt, finally admitted openly that hundreds of federal agents and tier 1 mil were secreted with the crowds at the capital. All highly trained, high speed well versed in actual insurrection , secreted in the crowds,,,,, and did not a thing.
    From this point in time how much longer will it be before those same feds and Mil mens admit their real mission was in fact create insurrection? This craps rotten to the core.

    While most America First Policy supporters recognized the entire gig was a gigantic X ambush didn’t play the game. Many smart intelligent men and woman fell head first into this shit show. Some of the very men who are blog daddies I chip on regularly,,,,,,, were physically present at the Trump rally.

    My FIL, said, why don’t I know that, “while watching NBC!” Roger your right where THEY want you, your station will NEVER address this with it viewers. At 91, who can’t, won’t consider tv news is nothing but Propaganda, he’s literally exactly the perfect subscriber.

    The big lie is coming out. Just one more reason we should be shooting em all in the face. After the den of thieves is cleared and only then can reasonable laws be written and enforced.


    • Tom Hyland January 4, 2022, 7:06 PM

      Dirk, your father-in-law is forever ensconced in the Walter Cronkite encampment. These people BELIEVE the tube. Watching “Network” and Mr. Beale’s rant to the masses is the truth that shall never die. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HQTNZRmJdg

      This abject on-yer-knees BELIEF for authority, those who embrace this influence, is the death to whomever succumbs. These power freaks, the media and their owners, are marching us towards a prison, if that’s where you might dwell til the the lights go out. We ain’t going there. Want to truly ruin your in-law’s evening? Forward them this video of Harry Vox describing their kumbaya WWIII that’s gifted them with so much “purpose”.. all of it a lie. https://www.bitchute.com/video/r9x1T4qJMv2B/

      • Mike Austin January 5, 2022, 8:11 AM

        Never heard of Harry Knox. Listened to his podcast. Damn. The truth is getting out.

        • Tom Hyland January 5, 2022, 9:13 AM

          Watch Harry Vox in this interview, televised October 2014, in which he reads from a Rockefeller Foundation “fictional account”… a scripted scenario of how a world wide viral pandemic would go down. Nothing by accident, ever. https://www.bitchute.com/video/MCnAinXCDbX0/

  • Dirk January 4, 2022, 8:31 PM

    Hi Tom, concur, we’ve argued about this for forty years. Him a retired aerospace engineer, if the govt told Roger shit tasted like Reese’s peanut butter bars he’d gobbled em down.

    So I’ve been paying attention to his viewing , abc,nbc, cbs, pbs, and cnn. Great man, doesn’t stand a chance.

    As you identify he’s stuck in the 60/70, when nobody questioned the big three news channels.

    At 91, he’s earned his spurs.


  • Terry January 4, 2022, 9:16 PM

    Authority- What authority? The framers of this nation were genius in their design. The fools we have devolved to, not so. How can the once great USA allow a complete moron, fraud, child molester become POTUS? Huh?

    Down load this and understand *Authority* is a myth:

    Title: The Most Dangerous Superstition
    Author: Larken Rose 2011

    Free download worth the read. Outside the box and not for all.

    • ghostsniper January 5, 2022, 4:02 AM

      You can grab the free pdf here:

      The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rosehttps://www.mensenrechten.org › uploads › 2014/05PDF
      by L Rose · Cited by 5 — THE MOST DANGEROUS SUPERSTITION. Larken Rose. 2011, Larken Rose. Preparing the Reader. What you read in this book will, in all likelihood, …


    • Tom Hyland January 5, 2022, 7:26 AM

      I’ve read the book and have a hard copy sitting right over there. Spoiler alert: “The Most Dangerous Superstition” is BELIEF that government is omnipotent, all-wise and knowing, stern but essentially kind and just, absolutely vital to life itself, and ultimately there is no existence without its presence. Just like junkies seeking a fix, most Americans can’t get enough government.

    • Bear Claw Chris Lapp January 7, 2022, 9:15 AM

      Terry he wasn’t elected by the people he was installed as the fall guy.

  • JoeDaddy January 5, 2022, 3:25 AM

    I’ll hang with Alex Jones until he is proven wrong. Rush is gone. Somebody’s got to keep slapping the public in the face. He, Rogan, Tucker, Malone, McCullough and the Frontline Drs. is all we have. The Repubs have caved on Fa0Chi.

    • Mike Austin January 5, 2022, 3:54 AM

      I have heard lots of criticism of Alex Jones for years. Very seldom have I heard a specific criticism, where Jones is fundamentally wrong about some issue. I doubt that his critics ever go his site and listen. In that they are acting just as the media act. Jones might be wrong sometimes; he might be crazy sometimes. In those he is just like every man since Adam.

      Jones had the courage and audacity to allow many on his show who had been banned by Big Tech and all social media outlets. Has Hannity allowed this? Levin?

      On the “pandemic”, on globo-homo, on the World Economic Forum, Jones did yeoman’s work long before most conservative media had any idea of any of them. Lately he has been pounding Trump because of his peddling the “vaccine”. Jones is ahead of the curve once again.

      • Mike Austin January 5, 2022, 6:33 AM

        Here is Dr. Malone on Infowars. Should we ignore him just because we don’t like Alex Jones or anyone else associated with him? Odd that “conservative” sites treat Jones exactly how Big Tech treats Trump supporters—and Dr. Malone. “Crazy”. “Conspiracy nuts.” “Terrorists.” “Insurrectionists”. “Jones is just a nut.” Here is “just a nut” Jones and Infowars writing of the coming “pandemic” and the coming lockdowns and quarantines in—wait for it—in 2008. Yep, Jones is “just a nut”.


        Dr. Malone goes from 4:54 to 8:47.


        The same people in media and government who hate Jones hate me as well—and everybody like me. Think I’ll stick with Jones: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. And because like Jones, I am “just a nut.”

  • Tom Hyland January 5, 2022, 7:15 AM

    The messaging war commandeered by big pharma has been playing with people’s minds since television was rolled out. Ask your doctor. Here’s the most obnoxious message I’ve encountered today but it’s only a little past 8 am mountain standard time. I’m sure something worse will occur by dinner.


    • Mike Austin January 5, 2022, 7:24 AM

      Damn. It is also the most obnoxious message I have seen. Enrolling sheep in their manufactured hysteria. Poor sheep!

      Plus it is in Germany, that bastion of pacifism, human rights, individual dignity, snappy uniforms, crisp salutes and summer camps in Poland.

  • Dirk January 5, 2022, 8:16 AM

    I’ve not been to Jone’s site in many years. Recognizes he’s the Howard Sterns of the info channels. Jones is a strong started, often looses his message in his self promotion.

    Alex Jones personifies, “ There’s no Promotion, like SELF Promotion
    Boys you like ol Alex, then you should watch Alex.

    Intel flows both ways. In many instances half truth, innuendo, are equally as important as spot on Intel. After one has determined how to identify non sense, makes focusing on truth just that much easier.

    As I mentioned above, often truth is discovered in clips and phrases, in odd and unusual places,,,,,,must be fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, for clarity. Leaving Jones out of the reliable category, Allows me to focus on far more reliable resources.

    Telling the truth is exactly what’s required for information to be titled Intel.


  • jwm January 5, 2022, 9:08 AM

    I read the Anglin article. Many dots connected, there. It hit home to me because the of dates of the last bad flu outbreak, winter of 2017/18. I was ten days away from retiring when that flu bug hit me hard. That was the first time I got so ill that I was afraid it’d kill me. It didn’t kill me, but I got a set of hearing aids as a consolation prize. Remember the lockdowns and panic in ’17/’18? Me neither.

    The Patriot Act was passed into law two months after the 9/11 attack.
    And do you all remember Obamacare? I remember when Pelosi famously said, “You’ll have to pass it to see what’s in it.” They released the “text” one day before the vote, and I remember seeing a pic of the “text”, a stack of paper about four feet high.
    Did some bunch of someones write, re-write, debate the points, and proofread the thousands of pages of the Patriot Act in just two months? Did that four foot high pile of Obamacare get researched, read, typed, proofed, approved in the time between Obama’s election and the day it was “passed”?
    Or were those documents all prepared and ready for the right crisis to put them into motion?
    I used to think the 9/11 Truthers were batshit nuts.
    Now I’m not so sure.


    • Mike Austin January 5, 2022, 9:48 AM

      I know…I know. What was a “conspiracy theory” one year ago is now today’s headlines. What in Hell’s name is panned for this year? Oh…in case some 3-letter federal agency reads this, I’m asking for a friend, a friend whose name I just forgot and who just left on a long solo fishing trip to Idaho.