Friday, September 15, 2006

One of the More Articulate Deniers

Writes to Jonah Goldberg:

These roaches dont like the light shinned on them,do they??I as a Consitution American and Christian am going to expose you f***ers to the death,and thanks to Alex Jones and hundereds of others,even young kids who made the movie Loose Change exposing the lies of 911 coverup,are smarter than you,gee they got 10 million hits on the web last week,how maney did your disinformation fascis/zionist/commi hit peace get??I know you got one,here I am son,with your little college prep glasses and your little chin wiskers dont make you a man,boy.But running around in Vietnam at 21,with a locked and loaded M16,or in Iraq does.In parting why aint you in Isreal young man fighting those evil Lebonise,you know Danny Thomas s realtives,you remember him of tv fame right?

23 Comments:

At 15 September, 2006 14:39, Blogger zippychippy said...

What's a "Constitution American"? Sure, people are entitled to their crazy opinions, but to drag Danny Thomas into it....well that's just wrong!

 
At 15 September, 2006 15:07, Blogger Dog Town said...

From the depths of inanity comes:

"I could go on and on with my conspiracy theories,but I think you get my drift,by the way I am still a crack shot and am totally prepared for Bush s Marshall Law,after they do another CIA/MI6?Mossad attack on American,we by the millions know you did it and we will know when you try it again.Hell I cant wait till the f***ing shooting starts jew boy. Brian Terry,I fear you traitors,I got the Love of Jesus on my side,you a***holes already lost."



This is funny,freaky,and down right typical. I see meth in his past, present , and future.
I love Christian Jesus loven hate mail, directed at da Jooos. Like Christ was a christian or sumpen!
Jeeeezzzis!

 
At 15 September, 2006 15:22, Blogger SFC B said...

I give him points for the "Make Room for Daddy" reference. Danny Thomas had the best spit takes.

 
At 15 September, 2006 17:07, Blogger Sword of Truth said...

I wonder if he would have been someone we'd like to know back when he was risking his life in the jungles of Vietnam?

Assuming his being truthful about being a veteran.

 
At 15 September, 2006 17:57, Blogger rocketdoodle said...

There's no emoticon for what I'm feeling.

 
At 15 September, 2006 18:25, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

I can just picture this back woods hick aaluting his Nazi flag while tying that.

 
At 15 September, 2006 19:29, Blogger JoanBasil said...

Wasn't Jonah Goldberg the one who came up with the term "surrender monkeys" for the French? A nation of under 40 million population, France lost 1.4 million in WWI and 600,000 in WWII.

Anyway, Jonah Goldberg can take a little insensitivity, I'm sure.

 
At 15 September, 2006 19:41, Blogger shawn said...

Someone's never heard of Vichy France.

 
At 15 September, 2006 20:04, Blogger AbrashTX said...

JoanBasil, this isn't even about Jonah Goldberg. It's about one of your little incoherent buddies making an ass of himself.

 
At 15 September, 2006 20:19, Blogger default.xbe said...

A nation of under 40 million population, France lost 1.4 million in WWI and 600,000 in WWII.

the soviet union lost a full 10% of its population in ww2, anyone crying for them?

 
At 15 September, 2006 20:28, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

From the article tone and intellect level, I think it was the little drunken dwarf from the 9/11 "truth" gathering this year...you know they guy who they kept hiding behind the american flag, but who wouldnt shut up...

TAM

 
At 15 September, 2006 20:29, Blogger Simon Lazarus said...

I can sum up this imbecile's missive in one sentence:

Me stupid, me believe in dumb theery, me can't count to 11 without taking me shoes off.

What a pultroon. No wonder the Democrats can't win an election - with morons like this in their coterie, I can see why they have trouble counting.

 
At 15 September, 2006 20:34, Blogger James B. said...

Wasn't Jonah Goldberg the one who came up with the term "surrender monkeys" for the French?

Actually that was Groundskeeper Willy, from the Simpsons.

 
At 15 September, 2006 21:56, Blogger Richard said...

I know you got one,here I am son,with your little college prep glasses and your little chin wiskers dont make you a man,boy.But running around in Vietnam at 21,with a locked and loaded M16,or in Iraq does.

Ok...

As a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom I say to you sir, Fuck Off.

Good Day

 
At 16 September, 2006 01:07, Blogger Pat said...

Yes, James, and the full term is "cheese-eating surrender monkeys".

 
At 16 September, 2006 05:18, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

Everyone take a drink- being threatened with death "after the revolution" or in this case Bush's Marshall Law(Marshall Law is a big dude!) is 1 drink.


Furthermore, being a Fascist, a Zionist, and Communist at the same time will tear a hole in the Space/Time Continuum and collapse the entire universe. So don't do it.

 
At 16 September, 2006 05:26, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

Time for some reality about France.

I hate the snivelling bastards as well, for other reasons- but it's time for a reality check.

When the British were throwing down their rifles so they could run faster at Dunkirk, the French continued fighting. The Free French Army continued to fight to the end of the war, not counting the Maquis resistance.

So who are some other collaborating nations that aren't called "surrender monkies" today?

Czech Republic(LOTs of collaborators in the government there) Coalition of the Willing

Romania (Part of the Axis) Coalition of the Willing

Ukraine (Some real bloodthirsty guys in Galicia) Coalition of the Willing

Denmark (surrendered after about 5 hours)

Hungary (Axis partner)

Bulgaria (Axis partner) CoW

Norway
Finland
Sweden
The Netherlands
Belgium
Italy Coalition of the Willing
India (Coalition of the Willing)
Croatia
Serbia
Albania


So you see, France was in no way unique in its collaboration, at least AFTER they were defeated. Like the British, they did much to placate the Germans in hopes that Hitler would invade the USSR while leaving them alone.

Note some of the Axis collaborators were part of the "Coalition of the Willing", demonstrating why it was a bad idea to make this historical reference against France.

 
At 16 September, 2006 09:32, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Like hey man, Lebanese? Like I mean if two women want to love each other, like I mean what's wrong with that? What's he saying about Danny Thomas anyway?

 
At 16 September, 2006 11:41, Blogger shawn said...

JP, the problem is France was a world power. Most of those other countries were tiny little nations that couldn't do much of anything.

I hold the Free French in high regard, by the way (though I do have problems with De Gaulle).

 
At 17 September, 2006 05:39, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

England was a world power that deliberately, along with France, collaborated with Hitler in hopes that he would ignore Western Europe in favor of seizing Poland and then the Soviet Union. In secret negotiations in early 1939, the German government was assured that Britain and France would not make good on the claims they made to Poland so long as the Germans agreed not to interfere with the British and French empires.

Aside from that, France was soundly defeated on the battlefield. You win some and you lose some. And if you're France you lose some and then lose some more.

 
At 17 September, 2006 11:17, Blogger Rowe_Korey said...

Dylan,

Is that you?

 
At 17 September, 2006 16:51, Blogger Alex said...

When the British were throwing down their rifles so they could run faster at Dunkirk, the French continued fighting.

And when my unit faced the worlds first effective gas attack at Ypres (causing roughly 900 casualties out of just over 1,000), the French and Belgian troops hightaled it for the hills, leaving us to try and stop the German advance.

What you're saying is that the French resistance continued to fight, which is quite true. But sniping at people and running away isn't exactly the mark of a hero, just like there's very little bravery in the conduct of the Muslim suicide bombers and IED builders these days. The French resistance was better than nothing, but it doesn't make them heroic or brave or even marginally effective. It just means they lost but didn't want to give up entirely, and the Germans weren't willing to do what was required to pacify them completely.

 
At 19 September, 2006 08:13, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

First of all Alex, it wasn't "YOUR UNIT". Don't try to live vicariously through the lives of others just because you happened to have worn the same patch. Remember that your brave unit didn't even ENTER that war until 1917. Did you ever stop to consider how many casulties France had suffered at that point?

France's officers were obsessed with "elan", and thought nothing of sending their young men to early graves in useless human wave attacks. That is what macho BS does.

As for the French Resistance, they were a VERY important asset to the allies, NOT counting the French Free Army. Somehow I don't think you'd be saying the same thing about the Belgian or Dutch resistance.

I don't particularly like the French government myself- but that doesn't mean I think someone should bust their balls over misconceptions. The French are not cowards- they just have a losing streak.

 

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