Saturday, March 17, 2007

Right On Cue

Like I said last post, there are many different flavors of 9-11 Denial?

Over at 9-11 Blogger:

Thank you to Kevin Ryan, Mike Berger and Webster Tarpley for their great presentations, each of which brought their own flavor so it was never boring.

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24 Comments:

At 18 March, 2007 06:29, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Disinfo: this blog is associated with the 101st Fighting Keyboardists and many other blatant right wing blogs:

"[…] Today my self-assigned task of visiting one member of the Fighting 101st each day takes me to Screw Loose Change. The site is dedicated to debunking the conspiracy theorists wet dream Loose Change. […]"

"Hi, xxx:

I caught your post about the 101st Fighting Keyboardists. Good luck with the project! I’m not sure if you have been to the US Central Command website but we regularly post news, photos, audio and video from Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. You (and your fellow bloggers) are welcome to use any materials you find on our site. If you’d like to receive the weekly electronic newsletter and monthly Coalition Bulletin, just ask.

If you could add a link to CENTCOM, it’d be appreciated (I’m trying to spread the word about our site!). I’ve attached the CENTCOM logo, should you want to use it with the link. Thanks!

SPC C. Flowers

CENTCOM Public Affairs"

 
At 18 March, 2007 07:13, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

We can't all be as level-headed, reasonable and free from political bias as you, temp.

 
At 18 March, 2007 07:26, Blogger texasjack said...

I wonder how many troothers have dropped out of their movement because of Temp. It can't be many, because there are very few left, but he is a great deterrent against any new ones.

 
At 18 March, 2007 08:55, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is interesting that you ignore the content of the message, maybe it's the Texas thing, Mr. texasjack.

"You (and your fellow bloggers) are welcome to use any materials you find on our site.SPC C. Flowers CENTCOM Public Affairs"--and you do fellows...Cheers

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At 18 March, 2007 09:27, Blogger Unknown said...

What's the big deal? A lot of milblogs have developed since the start of the Iraq war. Since that is located within CENTCOMS jurisdiction they have to watch what is being put on the net. If stuff placed on the net violates OPSEC then that might lead to a unit getting ambushed or someone getting killed. Most soldiers are aware of this so they don't post anything that violates OPSEC. There is nothing wrong with CENTCOM material. 99% of news agencies both left and right fail to report on any good news in Iraq. This can easily lead people to develop false opinions about the war. I should know, I actually fought in it. I wouldn't consider cleaning up ammunition and building markets as something bad.

 
At 18 March, 2007 09:59, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's more than that, and you're well aware of that.

 
At 18 March, 2007 10:16, Blogger Cl1mh4224rd said...

Do you people even know what CENTCOM is?

 
At 18 March, 2007 10:58, Blogger Unknown said...

http://www.centcom.mil/sites/uscentcom2/default.aspx

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:18, Blogger shawn said...

It's more than that, and you're well aware of that.

Sorry it isn't.

Funny you idiots find conspiracies where none exist.

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:28, Blogger roger_sq said...

In 5 years, Baghdad will be the number one ranked tourist destination in the world.

God bless the USA

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:30, Blogger Unknown said...

It's more than that, and you're well aware of that

Not really. What conspiracy is there? A hospital gets built, a milblog reports on it, end of story. Having served in the military, deployed under CENTCOM, fought in Iraq and worked in S2 I'm what you call an expert on the situation. You are not.

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:49, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry it isn't.

Funny you idiots find conspiracies where none exist.


Hey, atheist, get back to thinking about nothingness. remember you said that Saddam was going to hell, but according to your OWN belief system, he's in the same place as the Pope--that is---nowhere...The people in the Zeppelin you use in your Avatar image perished into nothingness---they are nowhere--according to you.

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:51, Blogger Alex said...

That just makes you part of the conspiracy Richard ;)

I keep telling our little tempest in a teacup that this blog is funded by the CIA and the NWO, not CENTCOM, but he/she/it keeps ignoring me. I'm starting to think he's a disinfo agent.

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:51, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Above message is for the atheist Shawn. Ateism is prevalent on these debunker forums--but none at least investigate like the atheist Joe Nickel or like the atheist publication--Skeptic Magazine.

 
At 18 March, 2007 11:55, Anonymous Anonymous said...

alex said:I keep telling our little tempest in a teacup that this blog is funded by the CIA and the NWO, not CENTCOM, but he/she/it keeps ignoring me. I'm starting to think he's a disinfo agent.

Sorry I can't bite today, but I appreciate your efforts and laud your conviction...or upcoming conviction...

 
At 18 March, 2007 12:01, Blogger Unknown said...

Hey, atheist, get back to thinking about nothingness. remember you said that Saddam was going to hell, but according to your OWN belief system, he's in the same place as the Pope--that is---nowhere...The people in the Zeppelin you use in your Avatar image perished into nothingness---they are nowhere--according to you.

I'm not surprised that when put in a corner your zealous nature comes out. You could have just admitted that you were talking out of your ass when it came to CENTCOM.

Atheists don't think about nothingness, but it doesn't surprise me that a zealot like you wouldn't know that. I never said that Saddam was going to hell and it's not much of a help if you don't say who said it. Atheism is not a belief system, but you wouldn't know that because your blinded by religious bigotry. I suppose being punished for infinity for a finite crime is better in your eyes than nothingness?

 
At 18 March, 2007 12:33, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shawn, a devout atheist said:
If there is a Hell, Saddam is there now. Dec 30 2006

I responded:Jan 14 2007, 08:11 PM Well, seeing that you are an atheist, then you think that Hell is just as much a concoction as Heaven--just a farse invented by agents of social control to keep the masses in check. In that case, you believe the above has gone to the same place as the Pope---nowhere...

So Richard, unless you've changed your name, I was referring to the atheist shawn, not the atheist richard, but alas, it must be hard to tell you apart--must be the burning, molten halo. I am surprised that you are an atheist and fought in Iraq. That is quite interesting and worthy of an interview. Atheist Soldier tells of Experience in Iraq. Are you game?

 
At 18 March, 2007 13:17, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Temp:

you throw the word "atheist" around like it is an insult. To those who are atheists, it is a compliment. To those who are not, you are slandering. You are are not achieving a positive objective, except to those whom you hate...the atheists.

As for your first post, like most of your posts, it lacks any substance worth discussing. Why blame others for ignoring its content.

TAM:)

 
At 18 March, 2007 13:29, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

I am surprised that you are an atheist and fought in Iraq.

Wow, temp, you've just combined your seething religious bigotry, sneering at a soldier's moral character and a complete ignorance of the philosophy that you've made the Great Satan into one sentence. Sometimes I wish gullibility was a terminal condition - you'd be dead within seconds.

 
At 18 March, 2007 14:05, Blogger Alex said...

I'm curious why any of you are wasting your breath talking to someone who thinks that "atheist" is an insult.

 
At 18 March, 2007 14:57, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

Oh, it's not just an insult now - it seems to have become an entire conspiracy theory on its own. Temp seems to believe a conspiracy of atheists control America's media and government.

I admit it isn't the best way I could spend my time, because by anyone's definition tempestuous is completely, staggeringly insane. But it's wondering how crazy they'll get that fascinates me. The crazy seems to be increasing all the time.

It's like, if I saw John Conner in the street, I'd take him out for a drink. He sounds completely barking mad all the time - imagine what comedy gold you'll get when he lets his guard down and goes really crazy!

 
At 18 March, 2007 16:47, Blogger Unknown said...

I am surprised that you are an atheist and fought in Iraq.

Yeah! Why in the hell would a sane, rational individual with a genuine care for people not based on a reward system go out of his way to risk his life to protect those harmed by religious bigotry?

Psh, I must be nucking futs!

 
At 18 March, 2007 17:45, Blogger Pat said...

Tempestuous, I get an email from CentCom every day with information on good stories. I will occasionally post one on my main blog, but I don't think I've ever used their information over here. As for the 101st, you don't know much about blogging. Joining that group acted like a gigantic Google Bomb, pushing us high up the rankings for "Loose Change".

 
At 18 March, 2007 23:23, Blogger Nyke said...

Shawn, a devout atheist said:
If there is a Hell, Saddam is there now. Dec 30 2006

He said "If". Atheists are still allowed hypotheticals. temp, take a few classes in reading comprehension.

 

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