Thursday, January 26, 2006

This Guy Should Run For DNC Chair

I realize this is pretty old, but I hadn't seen it. All I can say is "Wow."

From Online Journal:
Is it the weather or government terror?

By Jerry Mazza
Online Journal Contributing Writer

October 22, 2005—Government manipulation of weather for terror and destruction is one pattern your local weatherman is surely not pointing out. So let me help with the forecast, past, present and long-range.

Starting on December 26, 2004, you had the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, an undersea earthquake that generated a tsunami that killed approximately 275,000 people. As the linked article reports, the magnitude of the Indian Ocean quake now stands at 9.15, making it one of the most deadly and frightening in history. From the third paragraph, come some hair-raising facts . . .

In May, scientists reported that the earthquake itself lasted nearly ten minutes when most major earthquakes last no more than a few seconds; it caused the entire planet to vibrate at least a few centimetres. It also triggered earthquakes elsewhere, as far away as Alaska.

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So, around the world, we seem to be having a wave of major earthquakes. In fact, let's return to Islamabad's catastrophe, as reported in the New York Times, Pakistan Quake Rocks South Asia; Over 18,000 Killed.

We find that the quake centered in the Hindu Kush Mountains of Pakistan, emitting tremors all across South Asia, actually killing more than 25,000 people. The quake weighed in at 7.6. Its epicenter, some 60 miles north of Pakistani's capital, caused some 20 "significant aftershocks" measuring between 5 and 6.2 magnitude. The tremors went as far east as New Delhi, the Indian capital, west to Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, the "biggest shock and awe to strike the country in a century," besides of course the US Military, and in some ways even more potent.

That brings me to my central concern of government involvement. That involvement covers also the recent spate of hurricanes, including the most disastrous Katrina, which has now drowned an entire American city, which itself looks like one of those ravaged third world cities which are part of or are near political hotspots . . .

"I've been trying to figure something in my head, and maybe you can help me out, yeah? When a person is insane, as you clearly are, do you know that you're insane? Maybe you're just sitting around, reading "Guns and Ammo", masturbating in your own feces, do you just stop and go, 'Wow! It is amazing how fucking crazy I really am!'? Yeah. Do you guys do that?"

*** Update *** The Museum of Left-Wing Lunacy has another doozy of an example of somebody who clearly has lost touch with reality.