Did you ever think you'd hear an official government agency announce such an outlandish statement?
That's what happened when NASA was forced to announce that ‘there are no child sex slaves on Mars’ this week after a satirical conspiracy was aired on the Alex Jones Show via InfoWars suggesting that NASA was conducting a human trafficking network on the red planet.
Humans believe a lot of insane things, often times conspiratorial. However, the implications NASA is covertly sending children to be sex slaves on Mars is probably the best conspiracy of the week.
Yesterday, a guest on InfoWars claimed NASA has been kidnapping kids and sent them to the red planet to be sex slaves.
“There are no humans on Mars. There are active rovers on Mars. There was a rumor going around last week that there weren’t.” Guy Webster, a spokesperson for NASA’s Mars exploration, was said publicly “But there are no humans.”
The Alex Jones Show is broadcast on 118 radio stations across the country and one of the most popular platforms for satirical conspiracies. Jones is entertaining and he often covers legitimate news as well but the mainstream media tends to use the satire to slander him.
Alex Jones spoke with Robert David Steele on his show, who said that the kidnapped children were sent to Mars after a 20-year long journey through space.
Steele said, “We actually believe that there is a colony on Mars that is populated by children who were kidnapped and sent into space on a 20-year ride. So that once they get to Mars, they have no alternative but to be slaves on the Mars colony.”
After twenty long years of space travel, it technically means the hypothetical children now grown once they arrive. The fact that the media and myself get to write about this makes me smile. The child slave colony is obvious satire, and I am greatly amused that NASA even bothered to respond to the claim.
Alex Jones on his show said that he “knows most NASA missions are secret and that NASA engineers have personally told him of the unbelievable things going on” in a very entertaining segment.
While the truth may still be out there, and I applaud Alex Jones for his entertainment value, we as humans have not yet reached Mars.