Crackpot Phil Nguyen Drives Car into Florida Bank Because CIA Gave His Neighbors Radiation Guns

Maybe Alex Jones know a little too much...

You know, because they didn’t like the YouTube videos he made where he attacked banks. The CIA singled out this tool because his video which you’ll never see was one of six gazillion that railed against the banking system and no doubt the Illuminati. So to shut up this guy, who could bring the whole thing down by making YouTube videos, the CIA started passing out “radiation guns” to near by resort guests who were then irradiating him.

Because he’s the most important man in the world.

As a last act of defiance, before he died a martyr’s death, Phil Nguyen did the only thing a true patriot could do. He drove his green Honda through the window of a Naples area bank.

Anyone think drugs were involved?

NAPLES: A Fort Myers man who intentionally drove his car into a Naples bank over the weekend says he was the target of a CIA plot.

Saturday evening, police arrived at the Comerica Bank, located at 3001 9th St. N. in Naples, to find Phil Nguyen sitting in the lobby – not in a chair but in his green Honda.

Nguyen told police he crashed into the bank because he was unhappy with America’s financial institutions, according to a Naples Police Department report.

Nguyen said his YouTube postings about the unconstitutional banking system in America prompted the CIA to send him large doses of radiation.

Nguyen believed the CIA did this by giving clients at the Naples Grande Beach Resort radiation guns, the report said.

He also told police he thought he would die shortly thereafter.

After he crashed into the bank, he drove his car back and forth to cause more damage, according to the report.

Not surprisingly Phil hasn’t died yet, which is no doubt causing him some consternation right about now. He’s said to have caused between $100,000 and $200,000 in damages. But sticking to the non-existent conspiracy that’s to blame for everything that went wrong in your life: priceless.


37 Responses to “Crackpot Phil Nguyen Drives Car into Florida Bank Because CIA Gave His Neighbors Radiation Guns”

  1. Jjatt on December 4th, 2010 9:38 am

    Are you kidding me. The atrocity of this article baffles me. Did you take into consideration he could of had an undiagnosed mental disorder such as schizophrenic. Please take into consideration everything before you write up slander against someone.

  2. Capone on December 4th, 2010 10:18 am

    Straightforward and reliable coverage? How about hateful ignorance? This sounds more like a sad case of undiagnosed schizophrenia than drugs. If you want to pretend that you are making up for poor media coverage how about you try and act like a decent human being?

  3. Rob Taylor on December 4th, 2010 12:52 pm

    You two gents don’t know what slander means do you? And if this is “hateful” I assume you’re extremely sheltered.

    CIA radiation guns/Mind control and “gang stalking” are very popular conspiracy theories on the Internet. Are you two saying the millions of Americans who believe that are all undiagnosed schizophrenics?

  4. Al on December 4th, 2010 3:05 pm

    “Are you two saying the millions of Americans who believe that are all undiagnosed schizophrenics?”

    Why yes, yes I am.

  5. Rob Taylor on December 4th, 2010 3:11 pm

    That’s retarded. 1/4th of Americans believe in some version of 9/11 ‘truth” and you’re saying they’re all actually schizophrenic?

    Since chronic marijuana users mimic the symptoms of schizophrenia and roughly 1/3 or Americans smoke pot on a regular basis isn’t it more likely that drug use is responsible for irrational behavior?

  6. Robtarded on December 4th, 2010 4:29 pm

    Rob, this man clearly shows symptoms of some sort of mental disorder. Being high on drugs wouldn’t lead you to believe something like that for a prolonged period of time. Sounds like an undiagnosed schizophrenic, symptoms usually appear in the early 20s, which judging by the picture of Phil, appears to be about his age.

  7. Rob Taylor on December 4th, 2010 4:47 pm

    yes, it would. Especially if he got high on a regular basis.

    But more to the point, are all Alex Jones listeners schizophrenic? Because they all believe the same thing.

  8. Ajax the Great on December 6th, 2010 3:39 pm

    “Since chronic marijuana users mimic the symptoms of schizophrenia and roughly 1/3 or Americans smoke pot on a regular basis isn’t it more likely that drug use is responsible for irrational behavior?”

    Just so you know, while about 1/3 of Americans (over age 12) use cannabis at least occasionally, only about 2% of Americans currently use daily or almost daily. The majority of past-year users use less than weekly. Thus, even if it did mimic schizophrenia every time it was used, I doubt very much that cannabis is the primary reason people believe Alex Jones, the Truthers, the Birthers, and other conspiracy nuts. I mean, the John Birch Society is about as nutty as one can get, and they hate drugs like cannabis with a passion, believing them to be a communist plot to destroy America or something like that.

  9. Rob Taylor on December 6th, 2010 4:01 pm

    What study claims only 2% use pot daily?

  10. Ajax the Great on December 6th, 2010 4:24 pm

    The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), formerly known as the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse (NHSDA).

  11. Rob Taylor on December 6th, 2010 10:30 pm

    What section claims only 2% of respondents smoke every day? I’ve found a part that says 74% of adolescents admissions to drug treatment center were for Marijuana use as opposed to 32% for alcohol and those were the two most common substances for treatment.

    I saw in one report that around 2% of adolescents self-reported as being dependent on drugs, but that is far different than how many use drugs daily. I would suppose, given the methodology, that much of the people claiming dependence were in treatment.

    What section are you looking at?

  12. Ajax the Great on December 6th, 2010 11:06 pm

    Frequency of Use

    In 2009, an estimated 14.2 percent of past year marijuana users aged 12 or older used marijuana on 300 or more days within the past 12 months. This translates into 4.0 million persons using marijuana on a daily or almost daily basis over a 12-month period. An estimated 36.7 percent (6.1 million) of past month marijuana users aged 12 or older used the drug on 20 or more days in the past month.

    4 million daily users in a population of over 200 million adults = about 2% of the population.

  13. Rob Taylor on December 7th, 2010 12:59 am

    These are stats from self-reporting drug users. They can’t be used to make a determination of 400,0000,000 people based on the 2009 questionnaire of one drug policy group – which sought out people in treatment.

    You’re using this study to make a determination that the study itself doesn’t make. For example it points out that in my state they interviewed 191 people who smoked pot in the last month and of that group 22 were between 12-17, 17 were 18-25 and 96 were over 26. That sample clearly doesn’t best represent South Carolinians you would agree, and to claim that more people over 26 smoke pot as opposed to people between 12 and 25 based on this study would be faulty.

    But use your own experience – do only 2% of your friends smoke pot on a regular basis?

    Do drug studies use people who are reliably representative of Americans?

    Does a person have to do a drug daily or almost daily for them to be a chronic user?

  14. Ajax the Great on December 7th, 2010 11:56 am

    “These are stats from self-reporting drug users. They can’t be used to make a determination of 400,0000,000 people based on the 2009 questionnaire of one drug policy group – which sought out people in treatment.”

    No, the section I cited surveyed people from the GENERAL population, not those in treatment. Please reread it, you might actually learn something about the topic.

    “But use your own experience – do only 2% of your friends smoke pot on a regular basis?”

    Actually, the number would be not that far off from that. In fact, it’s less than 2%. Maybe all the cannabis users YOU knew (and that were honest about their use) growing up in East Orange, NJ were daily or almost daily, but that would be too small a sample size from a population that is unrepresentative of America (or even the state) as a whole.

    “Do drug studies use people who are reliably representative of Americans?”

    Not always. And yes, surveys like this typically underreport drug use. But the fact remains that the vast majority of people, even the majority of self-reported past-month cannabis users, do NOT use daily or near-daily. In fact most use less than weekly.

    “Does a person have to do a drug daily or almost daily for them to be a chronic user?”

    I would say yes. For example, a person who drinks alcohol once a week would not be considered a “chronic drinker” by reasonable people.

  15. Rob Taylor on December 7th, 2010 2:32 pm

    That’s not what self-selecting means. This is a SURVEY on drug use. The people who participate in these surveys are a self-selecting group – most drug users don’t.

    Surveys like this are passed out to public schools, treatment centers, jails and colleges. Can you get results that apply to the population at large this way?

    In South Carolina they got results from fro 191 pot smokers, many of which did other drugs. Can you make a determination on the general behavior of SC pot smokers from that sample? For academic purposes maybe, but not for any real discussion.

    But yet again you’re being rude, demanding and prissy. You find one study that doesn’t say only 2% of people use pot on a regular basis, pretend my argument is about people using it daily (the famous strawman argument you’re fond of claiming others make) and then tell me I need to learn something?

    The only thing I’ve learned is that you really are just a troll who needs my attention. I tried being polite to you and even ignored your nit-picking pro drug use nonsense. But even then you need to argue with me – I assume because you’re high. You’re banned.

  16. Joe Smith on January 3rd, 2011 4:21 pm

    It could also be a Psychosis episode with a undiagnosed bipolar condition during a maniac period

  17. Rob Taylor on January 3rd, 2011 6:13 pm

    It could be fairydust sprinkled on his head by his jilted elven lover. It could be lots of things, but we KNOW he’s a Alex Jones fan and that they love their drug use. This is no difference than the Diana Napolis case in the 90s. She was an advocate for the whole Satanic Ritual Abuse thing who kept getting deeper and deeper into the muck. Finally she was arrested for stalking Jennifer Love Hewitt and firing a gun at Steven Spielberg’s house.

  18. Joe Smith on March 23rd, 2011 10:17 am

    This man could of died doing that, more suicidal intent than what the news depicted.

  19. Hans27 on April 14th, 2011 2:58 am

    No, this may be a nasty form of harassment common in Florida. Victims are exposed strong to electro magnetic fields and noise. This is usually acompanied with gang stalking. The goal is to drive a victim crazy. I have experienced a very similar harassment in the same region. But I got away without getting damaged. It is always easy to say that this person has a mental illness. But believe me, if you experience the intensity of that harassment you will understand why people are going crazy for no obvious reason.

  20. Rob Taylor on April 14th, 2011 11:25 am

    Bullshit. Your story is a hold over from the discredited Satanic Abuse movement. Who are you that you’re so important that people are “harassing’ you with magical devices that produce electromagnetic fields that do what no other electromagnetic field has ever done than have whole “gangs” stalking you? Keep the Alex Jones crap off my site.

  21. Hans27 on April 15th, 2011 1:27 am

    The devices are not magical. E.g. ham radios with high powered amplifiers can be used to induce an electrical current into the body of the victim. the victim gets sensitized and will feel vibrations usally in the legs, suffers Tinnitus like symptons. A longer exposure may result into more severe health problems. The gang stalking uses psychological tricks. You are not stalked a huge group. Instead someone tells around rumours so that the neighbourhood reacts on you. There are also nasty tricks like bombading the victim with voice recordings during night hours so that the victim starts hearing voice e.g. in noise.

  22. Rob Taylor on April 15th, 2011 12:16 pm

    Ham radios don’t control people’s minds. That’s magical thinking of the worse kind. As is the idea that someone putting the bad mouth on you (because you’re clearly a weirdo) is part of a “gang stalking” phenomenon run by the CIA. What you’re describing isn’t real – it’s boilerplate paranoia brought on by drug use and isolation.

    Here’s a thought experiment. Who the hell are you and Phl Nguyen that anyone would even give a shit about you? Give me three reasons the government – or anyone – would care enough about you to put all this time into you.

  23. Hans27 on April 15th, 2011 10:25 pm

    The harassment is real as it can be. Magnetic fields greater than 100 milligauss and electrical fields more than 1000 volts per meter in a whole apartment, pulsing with a lower frequency, interference with cable TV, flickering of light bulbs, … Most people are not technical and find all kinds of weird explanations like CIA, satellites, mind control, …

    It is probably just crime. In my case it was because of race and sexual orientation. Especially in the south-east that is enough for getting harassed.

  24. Rob Taylor on April 15th, 2011 10:32 pm

    Again, bullshit. Light bulbs flickering is usually due to bad wiring – cable companies have problems. You no doubt spend your days smoking pot and deciding that normal things that happen to everyone are some pilot because t makes you special.

    I’ll give you $1000 if you show me proof that someone is “targeting” you electromagnetically.

  25. Hans27 on April 16th, 2011 8:48 am

    Rob it is documented. And EM/RF field meter doing it. And there is not any bad wiring, it is just a bad neighbor with racist background. Getting rid of that crackhead solved the problem. I try to expose what kind of shit is going on so that other victims fall into this trap.

    You can make fun of it as you want. I really don’t care.

  26. Hans27 on April 16th, 2011 8:52 am

    meant don’t fall into this trap :-)

  27. Rob Taylor on April 16th, 2011 2:28 pm

    If it is documented show me the documents. I’ll give you a cool grand to show me the proof.

  28. Rachael O. on April 27th, 2011 1:54 am

    Hello. I am the voice of reason: many targeted individuals are human experimentees of some sort which is y they r targeted. Either that or he pissed off the wrong people. Or he is mentally ill. Many TIs don’t know y they r targeted some do however. The common factor isn’t pot, its being targeted. Many reputable people r targeted due to being victim-witnesses or whistleblowers. MK Ultra is documented, many survivors claim LIFE LONG HARASSMENT resembling psychological warfare to silence them. The USA has a documented history of unethical human experimentation that breaks international war crimes laws but these entities never get tried legally. To silence any sort of whistle blowers organized stalking and harassment is used, often for life. The objective is to provoke a psychotic break like this man had, or suicide.
    He is probably mistaken about radiation guns. He might have been hit with microwave weapons, also documented to exist, either on a local level or via military grade technologies.
    For someone to commit such an act, the person has to be pretty unhappy, its very severe. Either he’s mentally ill or he is indeed targeted and perhaps he isn’t clear as to exactly why, so his YouTube activism was his best guess. Gaslighting is common. He simply doesn’t have an understanding concerning the mechanics of a campaign, but that doesn’t mean he ISN’T TI.
    . Thanx..

  29. Rob Taylor on April 27th, 2011 2:03 am

    This is what you call the voice of reason? So what part does the Jewish space lizard play in it?

  30. Phil Nguyen on June 10th, 2011 2:41 am

    Hi my name is Phil Nguyen, *The Phil Nguyen

    Here is my youtube

    I think Mr. Rockefeller didn’t like that.
    I don’t have access to that account anymore,
    I tried deleting it but I CANT ACCESS IT!

    Anyways, I thought you can write whatever you
    want online. I guess not…..

    I can’t write alot more because the CIA/NSA and probably the FBI monitoring me lol.

    What I have to say is that Rachael O. is probably the one closest to the truth.

    Also, I’m not crazy. I’m like the genius crazy type, not the crazy crazy that run his car into the bank type.

    Anyways, what I want to say is that, they should leave me alone. I mean really, I was just bored online and I decided to help society in what I think was the right thing to do. I mean im not even important, so why even bother wasting ur breath on me? Everything I posted, everyone already knows, especially when Zeitgeist came out.
    I’m not trying to start a revolutionary movement or anything, I posted youtube video’s and wrote a bunch of facebook notes on my viewpoints but deleted all my notes. All those video on youtube weren’t even my. I USE OTHER PEOPLE’s YOUTUBE VIDEO. I WASNT the ORIGINATOR Im the IMITATOR! You got the WRONG GUY! I’m a Bluff, lol. Why was I targeted, there’s like 50,000 more people like me.
    EVERYONE KNOWS, I USE OTHER PEOPLE’s YOUTUBE VIDEO’s. Even that Picture of Mr. Rockefeller I found somewhere online, now they got picture of me online.??? I’m not a political figure or anyone special but It’s like I’m the popular guy now. I’m not Aaron Russo’s son, or got Kennedy genes. I don’t have a job, money, and apparently a car. I live at home with my mom. I can’t even take care of myself. Really?!?! I’m the target? lol.

    Everything I found online! You can’t target me just because I collected information online that I thought was interesting and put them together.

  31. Rob Taylor on June 10th, 2011 2:06 pm

    So you believe everything you read online then did something that could have killed innocent people but you’re a genius. Stop getting high moron.

  32. Phil Nguyen on June 10th, 2011 5:30 pm

    Alright, Mr. Taylor, your opinion was wrong.

    #1. I don’t do drugs or anything. I don’t drink and drive. I don’t do pot. I did not do ingest any type of drugs/chemical while I was driving. If they did find any of those chemicals in me, I would be in Jail still. So all that about pot/drug/drinking is FALSE.

    #2. No the internet stuff did not promote me to crash into the bank. Just because millions of Americans watch that doesnt mean they are going to
    do something crazy. I have spent alot of time online since I was a kid, does playing video game like Counter Strike for 2-3 years makes me want
    to go out and do something crazy? I spend alot of time reading about aliens and other things online too, but that never affected anything in my life.
    So, to much internet made me go crazy is FALSE.

    I’m sorry Mr. Taylor but you are like 95% wrong, I do give you some credit for the talking about Mind Control which is associated to Rachael O. psychological warfare. So maybe I’m wrong for giving you 5% credit because you label that as conspiracy theory, therefore there is totally no truth in conspiracy theories. You sure your not getting some money on the side Mr. Taylor b/c you are totally off, your like the conspiracy theorist in this article.

    So there we go, I already crossed out two things that was not related to me. This means that it comes down to mental illness, or something else. You guys figure out the rest, because I don’t really care anymore. It’s not a time to care.

  33. Rob Taylor on June 10th, 2011 8:27 pm

    Hey moron, you DID do something crazy, and dangerous. It was luck that kept people from getting hurt. You’re a dangerous retard who shouldn’t be ashamed of his childish behavior, but you’re proud of it. I hope that when you do attack someone (and we all know that’s coming) that person beats you to death.

    And if you think I’ll let you promote your crap sites and channels here you must be retarded.

  34. James Clark on June 17th, 2011 2:07 am

    I doubt thats really Phil Nguyen, probably some douche.

  35. Jones Knight on June 17th, 2011 6:49 am

    It was obvious that Mr. Rockefeller did it, who else is a monster. Killed the Kennedy’s, did 9/11, murder people’s son.

    The people working for the Rockefeller regime is turning against him. I wouldn’t be suprised if his assassin’s decided to take him out now. They are probably thinking why haven’t we killed this bastard yet.

  36. Rob Taylor on June 17th, 2011 1:15 pm

    How retarded are you? If someone killed the Kennedys, did 9/11 etc why would they bother targeting some nobody like Phil? You’re really gullible, or stupid.

  37. Dan Tonne on April 20th, 2012 2:40 am

    Hope he gets evaluated to see what his mental condition was at the time.

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