Sunday, January 28, 2007

Truther Radio Wars Continue

It was appears to be the latest in a series of event, RBN "Paranoia" radio is off the air. Their website is down, replaced by a long message about host John Stadtmiller:

John Stadtmiller terrorizes RBN workers - (Menaces workers with firearm at staff meeting, and threatens to send police to workers' home)

I, Wes Perkins, am issuing this public affidavit as a warning to the public and as a protection to myself and my family from an individual who rules by intimidation, threats and fear.

"Don't listen to those crazy people, there's no danger to you here" retorts John and Sandra Stadtmiller as they try to explain away an incident in the summer of 2006 where John brings a gun into a staff meeting. Four eyewitnesses at the meeting verified that John brought a gun into a staff meeting after a short break, and set the gun down on the table, giving it a slight spin as he put it down. "I was startled to see the gun, and didn't know his intentions" states one of the eye witnesses. John and Sandra even blame the publicity of this event on, and continue to harass, a former employee who quit shortly after the incident, even though that employee wasn't even present in the room when this happened. That employee was recently told, "you better lay low". On a second occasion another eyewitness to a separate incident observed John showing off his handgun, and he accidentally dropped it. "That's how people get shot", said the witness.

Geez, when you can't trust your paranoid survivalist radio host, who can you trust?

17 Comments:

At 28 January, 2007 12:50, Blogger Dean Malenko Eats Dogs said...

A mentally unstable trooother? The surprise-o-meter registers zero.

 
At 28 January, 2007 13:25, Blogger Richard said...

Spun the gun as he set it on the table? Truthers take way to much in from Hollywood.

 
At 28 January, 2007 14:17, Blogger BG said...

And I suppose the "red bandannas" on the 9/11 hijackers are part of the ancient jihad costume?

 
At 28 January, 2007 14:25, Blogger shawn said...

And I suppose the "red bandannas" on the 9/11 hijackers are part of the ancient jihad costume?

What'd you expect? Them to use scimitars to take out the crew?

 
At 28 January, 2007 14:27, Blogger The Reverend Schmitt., FCD. said...

BG said...

And I suppose the "red bandannas" on the 9/11 hijackers are part of the ancient jihad costume?


Is there a reason 9/11 deniers are so prone to racism and ignorant bigotry? Yes, BG, good point. I didn't hear any reports of them shouting 'DURKA DURKA' either.

 
At 28 January, 2007 14:35, Blogger BG said...

Maybe wearing while is bad fashion sense after Labor Day?

On the morning of Jan. 20, 1999 a false rumor spread that the Grand Al-Fatah Mosque was on fire. By this time people were already divided in their own respective areas according to their religion. People donned bandannas to signify their religion: red for Christian, white for Muslim.

 
At 28 January, 2007 14:45, Blogger BG said...

Somebody forgot to tell the volunteer firefighter about the costume requirements on 9/11:

His parents pieced together his actions after several people described being saved by a man wearing a red bandanna - Crowther's trademark.

 
At 28 January, 2007 14:48, Blogger shawn said...

BG, perhaps it was a bunch of Bloods who committed 9/11?

 
At 28 January, 2007 15:21, Blogger BG said...

I interrupt this thread for some real commentary:

Robert Fisk is all wrong about Lebanon. The country is not on the brink of another "civil war". It's been subsumed in an "imperial war" engineered in Tel Aviv and Washington

 
At 28 January, 2007 15:54, Blogger Alex said...

BG, are you ever going to try and make a point of some kind? I know that you're one of the "just asking questions" idiots, but surely you must have SOME sort of theory.

And BTW, you'd make much better money spamming links to sites selling viagra and rolex watches.

 
At 28 January, 2007 16:28, Blogger gb said...

Forget the Jenga folks. Has anybody ever questioned these people?

 
At 28 January, 2007 16:46, Blogger shawn said...

Wow, I never thought I'd disagree with someone saying that Fisk was wrong.

I mean the guy you quoted was sort of right. It isn't solely a civil war, but a regional war - with Iran and Syria as the powers exerting their control - not Tel Aviv and Washingon.

 
At 28 January, 2007 16:52, Blogger shawn said...

Oh and for those of you that don't know, the site BG links (uruknet) is run by Baathist exiles and said that the British police committed the London attacks

 
At 28 January, 2007 16:59, Blogger Manny said...

Oh and for those of you that don't know, the site BG links (uruknet) is run by Baathist exiles

BG's ties to terrorists are well established.

 
At 28 January, 2007 17:01, Blogger BG said...

Alex,

Look at what this post is about. Surely you can't say I'm getting away from a serious subject with my spamming?

 
At 28 January, 2007 18:17, Blogger Alex said...

The idiots sending me viagra advertisements and offering to add 3 inches to my dick aren't "getting away from a serious subject" either, but they're just as annoying as you are. No, actually, you're more annoying: at least for them I can make a filter.

 
At 29 January, 2007 10:10, Blogger Triterope said...

I know I keep saying this, but why do CT webmasters give their domain passwords to everybody under the sun? Idiots.

 

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