The United Nations is planning on overtaking the human race with elitist cyborgs behind a Syria diplomacy ruse.
At least, according to conservative radio host Alex Jones.
Jones exercised his right to freedom of speech on Tuesday when he went on a rant about how efforts to avert a U.S. attack on Syria with diplomacy was nothing but a plot by the United Nations to extinguish humans and replace them with cyborgs.
Not just any cyborgs. The human race would be replaced by “globalists” like President Barack Obama who would become a cyborg with the help of “life-extension technologies.”
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true.
On his broadcast, Jones said that the efforts to take Syria’s chemical weapons and place them under the control of the United Nations was a conspiracy for the U.N. to “come into any country they want, that has any type of weapons systems… and then dismantle that country’s infrastructure.”
Jones went on to say that while there were a lot of different countries wanting to control Syria, it’s the globalists who are the biggest problem.
“But it’s the globalists here running my life, that’s why they’re my front –and-canter problem,” he said. “Because they are the biggest, most organized, eugenics-based scientific dictatorship, trans-humans at the top that plan the extinction of almost everybody and a new species to rise up or humans merged with machines.”
No stranger to making controversial statements, the right-wing radio host previously theorized that the U.S. government may have used advanced weather technology to create the tornado that hit Moore, Okla., and that the Boston marathon bombing may have been a false flag government operation, according to Media Matters.
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true:
Below is the audio from the Alex Jones show from Tuesday’s broadcast.
Sources: Raw Story, MediaMatters.org