Spencer Pratt: 9/11 Was an "Inside Job"
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In a Monday appearance on Alex Jones' radio show, Infowars, the couple revealed they feel 9/11 was an "inside job," say the idea that global warming exists is "mind boggling" and lament the "end of humanity."
The Pratts told Jones -- who is known for his conspiracy theories of a "New World Order" (or, as he feels, code for "totalitarian world government") -- they found out about him after a music producer gave them a copy of Jones' movie, The Obama Deception.
"I really do feel like we took the blue pill or whatever from The Matrix," Spencer says.
Since then, says Heidi: "We've been nonstop researching the Internet...for information for at least a month all day every day."
"How are we so famous when...there's been nothing about the biggest bill since the Patriot Act being passed, [the Cap-and-Trade bill, which regulates carbon output, among other environmental issues] and nobody reading it," Spencer questions. "It's mind-boggling trying to say there's global warming right now."
Jones also brings up the idea of human microchip implantation to erase the need for credit cards or identification. Heidi is troubled by the idea.
"This is very serious. It says in the Bible this is the mark of the beast, and that is a sign of worshipping the Devil. So over my dead body would I ever get a chip in my body," she says. "My body belongs to Jesus Christ. I am a disciple of Jesus, and I will speak out to Christians....this chip is the end of humanity."
Heidi also admits she's now "very scared" of birth control.
"I feel like God was telling me that this was something just created by the government that is really bad for my body, and I was just getting sick," she says. "I researched it, and one of the founding people who invented birth control said it was the worst thing they had ever done, they wished they'd never created it, how it morally corrupted society, it's just sickening to him. How it devalues women, how it causes depression, how it can cause cancer, how it sterilizes your body, and what it does to your body, how most women are suicidal sometimes on it."
Spencer backs up Jones' belief that 9/11 was an "inside job."
"From your research, it 100 percent is," Spencer says, adding later: "I want to throw up."
He also compares The Hills to the government.
"The narrator [Lauren Conrad] didn't get along with us. She skewed the information on the show, just like the American government can manipulate the media," he says. "We used to have a phenomenal relationship with the media, they've kind of turned on us now because they've created us into such a monstrous thing...like they made us too big, like they Obama-sized us...."
Heidi says her new beliefs will be taken "very seriously" because, "I've always been a very serious Christian, and most Christians understand what's going on. They understand they're being persecuted. They understand this is the end of the world. They understand the New World Order, the One World Currency, is all in Revelations in the Bible, so they're taking me very seriously and they know when I mean something, that it's a message."
Even Miley Cyrus is in on the "awakening," Heidi and Spencer say, after they put it on Twitter.
Heidi doesn't expect everyone to agree with her new views.
"Conspiracy is a word they've created to make people sound crazy, but that's not what God says," she says. "You can persecute us, you can say whatever you want. "
Spencer is so changed, he says, his "first rap album is going to be called Infowars."
"My first single, I'm pretty sure is going to be called 'Patriot Act,'" he adds.
Spencer tells Usmagazine.com of his appearance on the show: "We get very passionate and excited talking about the New World Order with Alex Jones. The Fourth of July has me extra excited with the energy of our founders!"
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