Friday, September 29, 2006

Paranoia, Thy Name is Fetzer

I am not a mental health professional, but this guy should have some type of condition named after him. From Uncle Fetzer's radio show yesterday:

Every civil engineer, every mechanical engineer, every structural engineer knows the government is lying to us. And I say, what is wrong with them? Where is their intestinal fortitude? Where is their integrity? Where is their loyalty to the nation? (Unintelligible) principle. Are they so cowardly? Are they so gutless? Are they so unwilling to place their own, their own feeble reputation on the line by stating the obvious and true?

Well, I am glad there are so many brave and valiant philosophy professors willing to tell the truth about structural engineering! He continues later:

These civil engineers, structural engineers, mechanical engineers, have families they have relatives, they have friends, they have an investment in this country. If they believed in what the United States used to be, a constitutional republic, with a separation of powers, if they don’t think they should be transformed into some type of fascist state they need to speak up! We need them, we need them now! There is no time in the future when their voice will make as much of a difference. When we are incarcerated in detention facilities in new style concentration camps it won’t do any good to say, “Oh, I only wish I had said something then. They have to say something now.

If you hate your brain, this interview also has a series of the worst engineering analogies I have ever heard.

Note: I improperly transcribed the first quote originally (hey, it is tough to listen to this guy and get your brain to work at the same time), it has since been corrected.


At 29 September, 2006 10:42, Blogger Manny said...

When we are incarcerated in detention facilities in new style concentration camps it won’t do any good to say, “Oh, I only wish I had said something then. They have to say something now.

Silly Uncle Fetzer. Don't you realize we're employing the civil and structural engineers to build the camps?

At 29 September, 2006 10:48, Blogger CHF said...

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At 29 September, 2006 10:48, Blogger CHF said...

Mr. Fetzer...

Could it be that maybe, just maybe, the engineers of this planet do not support you because YOU'RE FULL OF SHIT???

No, that can't be it. You must be right while the world's engineers are either wrong or cowardly.

This man truely is deranged. I've never seen anything quite like it.

The rest of da twoofers would be wise to put a muzzle on this tard. We really don't even have to debunk them with ol' Fetzer running around pleading their "cause."

We can just sit back and enjoy the show.

At 29 September, 2006 10:49, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Uncle Fetzer will eventually climb to the top of a tower with lots or guns and explosives.

At 29 September, 2006 10:50, Blogger CHF said...

And how can "every structural engineer" know the guv is lying?

A few weeks back Fetzer claimed on a Toronto radio show that Judy Wood was a structural engineer.

At 29 September, 2006 11:06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm surprised they haven't tried to enlist more international engineering associations. What does it say that even, e.g., the Iranian Civil Engineering Society hasn't published a paper claiming demolition?

It says, "We have so little evidence we can't even get groups that despise the U.S. to agree with us."

At 29 September, 2006 11:26, Blogger Stevew said...

Has anybody noticed the group of people that he has had on his radio show? Every one is a Toofer I believe. If he wanted credibility, have experts from the other side

At 29 September, 2006 12:29, Blogger James B. said...

Pat and I are still awaiting our invitation

At 29 September, 2006 12:40, Blogger Simon Lazarus said...

This comment by Fetzer reminds me of some of the hilarious horseshit that the kookoos push. For instance, something along the lines of "We KNOW that there were explosives in the WTC towers."

Now, you can KNOW that tomorrow is Saturday. You can know that the sun will come up. You can know a lot of things. But opinions are not fact.

At 29 September, 2006 13:15, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

He exhibits almost all of the characteristics of both Borderline and Schizotypal Personality Disorder.

I'm surprised they haven't tried to enlist more international engineering associations.

Maybe because Jawenko, supposedly the foremost authority in the netherlands, I believe, went on the public record as saying WTC 1&2 were not the result of CD.


At 29 September, 2006 13:19, Blogger Stevew said...

I would love to see you and Pat on his show but he does not have the cajones, thats one I would listen to :)

At 29 September, 2006 15:33, Blogger Triterope said...

Extreme mental rigidity. The guy's so convinced of his own bullshit that his problem-solving skills are diminished. He is mentally unable to consider any possibility that requires him to question his existing beliefs.

Go rent the movie Tin Cup and watch the scene where Kevin Costner's redneck buddies are discussing the "I can't operate on this boy, he is my son" riddle. That's Jim Fetzer's thought process, and the thought process of conspiracy theorists in general.

At 29 September, 2006 18:05, Blogger Dog Town said...

I Can't Wait To See GRAVY Woo-p
, his Assterix! Plan on being there, everyone else the pennies! This could be better than pop-tops!

"DOWN GOES FETZER...down goes fetzer..."! Poetry to my,gradual loss of highend, ears!

Go Team JREF!


No idea why I bolded that...

At 02 October, 2006 11:38, Blogger PhilBiker said...

Think he paid RIAA fees for the rights to the songs he used?


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