Kyrie Irving and J.J. Redick Go Full Tin Hat on Conspiracy Theories

I honestly can’t listen to Kyrie Irving talk about his thoughts on the Earth being flat anymore. First, he said it was flat. Then, he said he was just trolling everyone. Then, he said he thought it was flat again. And now, well, now he just seems amused over the fact that everyone is so hung up on his opinion on the shape of the Earth. It’s maddening, to say the least.

But Irving is still talking about his flat Earth theory, and fortunately, there are other people out there who are listening to him talk and trying to make sense of it all. On Friday, J.J. Redick debuted a new episode of his Ringer podcast, and Irving, who has been over in London with Redick for a Celtics/76ers game, was his special guest. And they wasted absolutely no time getting into Irving’s thoughts on flat Earth and other conspiracy theories.

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24 thoughts on “Kyrie Irving and J.J. Redick Go Full Tin Hat on Conspiracy Theories

  1. Kyrie Irving has been my favourite player for a long time because of his insane finishing ability. However, after years of getting closer with God, it pains me to think that he is an Illuminati and potentially plays the way he does because of it. I hope he finds Jesus.

  2. On this planet where we bicker and wage war over every little thing. You’re telling me that the one thing all governments, religions, and scientists can agree on is a “lie” that the earth is round?

  3. Getting information from Instagram post does not weaken his stance. This was a very ignorant thing to say. We live in the age of information where we are liable to learn any and everything from various mediums, such as complex.

    We have a choice to believe in what we want to, so you do your research. Your duty on the "news" is to present information, not pick a side.


    I mean, the horizon isn't flat and rises to eye level for no reason, no matter how high you go.

    The sun and moon change size as they get further, the crepuscular rays form a pyramid, instead of being straight, as they should if they where coming from an incredibly big and far away light source.
    You don't feel it moving, water always finds it's level, there's no evidence of things attaching each other, like the only supposed experiment to prove gravity, where Cavendish used two lead balls….lol

    You won't ever see a ball or anything attracting water or anything else, period, much less a spinning ball with water stuck to the outside, much less air too, specially on a vacuum, without a solid barrier between the two……etc..

    But, don't worry, you live on a ball spinning faster than the speed of sound at the equator, and moving almost at the speed of light trough the cgi universe, so you must think that ballons are held in place,  by air moving as a solid piece with the ground….or something…
    Wile the earth spins faster than the speed of sound…
    lol, but they can move every direction indistinctly….There's nothing holding the aircraft on any particular point to the surface, neither the air, period. LoL

    All nasa pictures are admittedly cgi, period:

    And i dare anyone to check those "pictures" from other space agencies lol
    Even in nasa pictures the continents change sizes on each picture…just tell me which one is the real:

    The clouds are copy pasted:

    This is from the Russians:

    And this is the beautiful earth without continents, from the Chinese:

    You can see it's flat for yourself, is pretty easy:


    Satellites are purely science-fiction. All supposed images of satellites in orbit show fake CGI “satellites” orbiting a fake CGI “ball-Earth.” First conceived by Freemason science-fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke in 1945, they claim satellites became science-fact soon after. This is impossible for many reasons, including the fact the melting points of the metals used in satellites are far lower than the temperature in the “thermosphere” where satellites supposedly are. Satellites, space stations, the Hubble telescope and space travel in general are absolutely the biggest hoaxes of the century, and NASA the most successful propaganda organization in history

    For thousands of years the “planets” were known as “wandering stars” as they differ from the fixed stars in their relative motions only. Through a telescope both the fixed stars and wandering “planets” appear as nothing more than tiny round dots of light, luminaries, circling the night sky. They do NOT appear in any way to be spherical Earth-like terra firma capable of landing on as the Freemasons at NASA would have us believe with their fake CGI pictures and videos. Earth is in fact a plane and “planets” do not exist! They just added a “T” and you fell for it. Watch NASA’s fake CGI spinning ball-Earth compared with actual amateur balloon footage from space, showing the Earth to be completely flat and motionless, and NASA to be the most successful liars in history.

    Everybody knows stanley kubrick faked the moon landing nashole:

    Here is his confession:

    Is also easy to find the pictures of coubrick, with the directors of the cia, next to the studio where the moon landing was filmed:

    and, the pictures of the model of the moon used to film the moon landing:

  5. i totally respect kyrie. dont we all want the truth?? at least he's willing to do the research himself. at least he as a realistic mind outside of basketball . some of these athletes just seem so boring. kyrie is a original

  6. The definition of "research" has become ridiculously ambiguous. Research should not come from Instagram and YouTube, and I can't believe I'm having to even explain that.
    Stay in school kids.

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