Friday, December 9, 2011

Distorted View is Gone

For many years now, I have been fighting the good fight against a podcast known as "Distorted View" hosted by a man who calls himself "Tim Henson." The podcast is juvenile, perverse and sexually explicit. I've heard fans say you need to "check your morals at the door" to listen to the podcast and I find that to be an accurate assessment.

For years I have tried to get the podcast off the air, but have failed. My major accomplishment has been to get the host to stop reading sexually explicit stories featuring the rape of underage children. The "Sextastic Tuesday" skit during which he read these stories went on hiatus for well over a year as a result of my intervention. When it returned he only read stories where all the participants were of the legal age of consent.

Now, the podcast's very web site is no more. www.DistortedView.com loads not the perverse podcast but a search page. The iTunes entry for the podcast no longer updates. DistortedView is gone.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Open letter to Paypal about Regretsy

Paypal recently caved on efforts by the web site "regretsy" to force them to violate their terms of service to allow regretsy operate as a charity when it wasn't one. This is the letter I sent them after they posted their simpering apology to regretsy.

I'm disgusted that you caved on this issue. You let the bullies at Fark stop Paypal from taking a real stand on the commercialization of Christmas. The Regretsy "charity" was advocating the crass commercialization of Christmas, making the holiday about physical gifts and the mystical "Santa Claus" instead of the birth of Christ. By enabling this disgusting behavior you have helped dilute the meaning of Christmas.
I'm not surprised that a man with an Islamic name like Anuj Nayar is doing his best to help dilute the meaning of Christmas.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Why all Christians should support SOPA

SOPA is the new anti-piracy bill currently being debated by congress. Liberal groups are up in arms over the bill, doing their best to oppose it. Despite extensive protest from internet service providers, pornographers and advocated of "alliterative" moral structures divorced from Biblical standards, the bill marches on. Many people ask "Why?" The answer is simple, because SOPA is good for America. Here's a quick summary of why:

SOPA returns the Internet to US control.

Originally created for use by the US military, the Internet has become a free-for all, where anyone who can rent server space anywhere in the world can host political propaganda, child pornography, videos advocating genocide and Islamic Jihad. SOPA reasserts US control over a fair hunk of the Internet. If your web site's URL is registered with a US organization or the IP address is provided by ARIN, SOPA reclaims US authority over piracy using your site and domain. In practice this means the USA can save all .COM, .NET and .ORG domains from the current wild west mentality of "anything goes" It also means all servers hosted in the USA, Canada and most Caribbean nations can be bought under US control.

SOPA cuts off the money stream for pirates.

For web site operators the main motive for pirating software, music and movies is advertising revenue. SOPA lets the US government cut off that revenue, removing the finical motive for the people profiting from piracy.

SOPA makes theft a crime again.

Under current US law, stealing movies, music and software is a civil problem. It's not considered "theft" even though that's exactly what it is. SOPA applies criminal penalties to the criminal act of stealing. In so doing it closes a MASSIVE loophole in US law.

SOPA will make web sites do more to police users.

Under current US law, web sites are protected from prosecution over comments or content posted by users. In practice this means Facebook is immune when people use it to swap stolen music. Thousands of Internet forums dedicated exclusively to trading pirated material are immune so long as all the piracy is coming from the users. SOPA will close this loophole, requiring web sites to actually moderate the content they host and delete illegal material. This will have the added bonus of moving more policing to the private sector, requiring fewer government and law enforcement resources to monitor the Internet.

SOPA lets the US finally censor the Internet.


If you don't play by US rules, your web site will be blocked. Most of the Internet's major data trunks go through the USA. People visiting a European web site from South America will be relying on cables and servers in the USA for part of the communication. SOPA will let the USA block not just the traffic TO US users, but traffic going THROUGH the USA to other countries. Offending sites will be blocked not just in the USA, but in South America. This means South American web sites can be blocked from being seen by the rest of the world, even if they're not using a .COM, .NET or .ORG domain name. 

For the moment this censorship is limited to piracy, but SOPA leaves the door open for FCC style administration of the Internet. It creates a central reporting agency with broad latitude in blocking offensive and illegal traffic. Pornography sites will be among the first to go, as most of them rely heavily upon at least some pirated content. Taking them down will be the thin edge of the wedge that will eventually let the USA have near complete control over what is and is not allowed on the Internet.

Venezuela will cease to exist outside of South America.

SOPA will let the USA effectively cut Venezuela off, restricting it's Internet connectivity to other South American nations. Because of the heavy use of the Internet in passing voice traffic this means Venezuela will be unable to communicate with any nation outside of South America by any means beyond physical mail. Not even cell phones would provide a loophole, as that traffic all goes through telecommunications organizations in the USA. How long will the Communist regime in Venezuela survive with it's ability to communicate with, and thus do business with, nations outside of South America severed?

In summary, SOPA takes the immoral morass of the Internet, and places a large hunk of it under the control of a Christian nation founded on Biblical principals. A good deal of the deviant influences attacking the USA today are based on foreign sources, and blocking them will further aid in rebuilding the moral foundation of the United States of america.

SOPA is good for business and good for the people. It's a win-win bill, unless of course, you're a criminal.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Ray Comfort on Andy Rooney


Sunday, November 6, 2011

It was a sad day for America when Andy Rooney died.  CBS News announced recently that the 92 year-old cranky commentator died after complications following minor surgery.

Rooney appeared on “60 Minutes” for many years, mostly giving comments about every day annoyances.  For example, he thought that dogs were nicer than people.  I can see his point of view, because he worked in the cut-throat entertainment industry.  But I know some really nice people, and some really nasty dogs who would eat you alive, if they had half a chance.   

I learned two things from Andy Rooney.  One was to always rip out eyebrows that get too long.  I learned not to let the garden go to weed.  He didn’t bother doing any trimming, and in time almost disappeared behind two white tumble-weeds. 

But the greatest lesson I learned from this TV commentator, was his cynicism about the existence of God.  Mr. Rooney wasn’t open-minded about the most obvious of truths.  He didn’t believe that God existed. 

Now he knows.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Scott Olsen and The Rise and Fall of Occupy Wall Street


The Rise and Fall of Occupy Wall Street 

The following is an excerpt from the upcoming book "The Rise and Fall of Occupy Wall Street" by Alexander Cornswalled.

The book starts with a history of the "Occupy Wall street" movement and how it was infiltrated by criminal elements selling drugs to the protesters. The drug related crime that sparked the initial, disastrous, effort to clear the Oakland camp is discussed, as well as Mayor Quan's disastrous decision to send her police officers into battle with drug dealers armed only with rubber bullets. The book excerpt pick up with the onset of resistance by drug dealers:

Stray # characters in the text below reflects footnotes and source citations in the original book.

The fallen "hero": Occupy Oakland
Unfortunately for Quan, the criminal element was not wiling to go peacefully. While the media has not made a point of reporting police injuries with the same fervor with which it reported civilian injuries, it appears that the criminal element fired first, not with guns, but with rocks, bricks and bottles, the classic improvised weaponry of protesters. The efforts to peacefully evict the protesters were scuttled by the very criminals causing the problems. Soon the criminal induced violence escalated, and the more hot-headed of the protesters joined in. The Oakland police had, thanks to Quan’s hand-wringing fear of voilence, come armed with little more than rubber bullets. They had a scant supply of crowd control weaponry in a few SWAT vans but none of the heavy artillery in the possession of some of the drug dealers reported in the camp. Mayor Quan’s zeal for defending the protesters had left her officers dangerously unprepared for a firefight.


The police made the decision to raid the SWAT vans, allowing them to retrieve a number of tear gas grenades. These were quickly used, the scant supply exhausted in an effort to disperse the crowd. The attempt was largely successful, as evidenced by the endless complaints by people who were exposed to tear gas but suffered no other violence to their persons. # # #


Unfortunately, the gang violence had not been dissuaded by the tear gas, and one group had decided to take out their frustration at being routed by attacking other protesters. One of those victims was Iraq war vet Scott Olsen.# To this day reports about exactly what happened to Scott have been conflicting and soaked in bias.# Initial sources claimed he had been hit whit a flash grenade by Oakland police. # # # Other reports claimed the same police officer had prevented rescuers from reaching him. How the identity of the officer could even had been discerned with all the tear gas  in the air is debatable, if it even was a police office who attacked him.


Regardless of the source, Olsen experienced head trauma necessitating hospitalization. Despite making a full recovery, his injuries resulted in a significant, though temporary increase in war vet presence at the protests.# The temporary nature of this increase was due in part to Olsen being the founder of the anti-military web site IHateTheMarineCorps.com.# “a private user forum apparently dedicated to bashing the Marine Corps.” He is also a member of the anti-military organization Iraq Veterans Against the War. His long standing hatred of the military is well documented online. For example, according to the verumserum.com article this was his reply to questions people were asking about the Marine Corps. His profanity has been replaced with asterisks for this publication.


The Marine Corps thrives on its image. They convince young men and women that they’re joining a professional military organization. But that’s not the case at all, every Marine knows it, and most have no problem downplaying the bull**** to outsiders so they can protect their “beloved corps”. I noticed some of the other posters have told you not to pay any attention to my site because we’re just a bunch of ********* who couldn’t hack it, right? Maybe not hacking it means we saw through the bull**** and don’t want to take it. Maybe the brainwashing didn’t work on us. I’m not here to tell you if you should join or not. I’m here to advise you to take the people who visit my website just as seriously as anybody who tries to sell you the MC as a good thing.

My site is anonymous, these people don’t have to worry about hiding from the MC, or protecting the MC’s image or anything. It is unfiltered truth.
Source(s):
Former Marine, owner of http://www.ihatethemarinecorps.com


He doesn't just hate the military, he’s a drug user too.# He even proudly post photographs of his pot plants online.#


I was talking to my 1stsgt regarding a pending adsep since i had been accused of using cocaine.  Anyway, when we were done talking, he used as a parting greeting “stay marine”.  He clearly didn’t think that one through.  It was no secret that I couldn’t wait to get out and on top of that, the MC was trying to kick me out.  I was going to bust his balls over it, but I went and took a nap instead.


His history of drug use and advocacy raises some inserting questions about his motivation for being at the Occupy Oakland protest. Were his injuries really the result of police brutality as many claimed, or was he a drug dealer who was attacked by other dealers who were enacting vengeance for invading their turf? Was he a drug user who had tried to stiff a dealer?


Mayor Quan, horrified at the violence that resulted from her rushed plans to “peacefully” evict a refugee population infested with criminals, quickly crumpled, allowing the protesters back into the square and even giving all city officials other than the police a day off the participate in the protests. The police, who had been attacked and injured by her original plan, were not amused. #

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Kayvan Sabeghi gets what traitors deserve

This "Vetrans against the war" group is a socialist front. The members are a bunch of traitors who are desperate to undo the work the USA has done in the Middle East. Every one of them deserves to be stripped of their rank and benefits and jailed for sedition. I'm glad another one of these monsters has been hospitalized. I for one will be writing the Oakland police to congratulate them on their firm handling of the pottests, despite the pathetic hand-wringing of the cowardly mayor.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Barry vs Cain

Herman Cain will never win over Liberal or moderate voters because he has too strong a personality for them. Notice the eunuch they voted for the last time? Barry is about as meek and submissive as they come, making only token show of having a spine. He's a submissive black  man, the only kind Liberals like. Cain on the other hand is decisive, successful and a proven leader, all things that terrify liberals because it means he might do what's right instead of what the party tells him to do. Liberals will only vote for a black man who they could meet in a bar and call "boy" without getting punched in the face.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Rush Limbaugh and the LRA

Barry Soetoro, better known by the false identity "Barack Hussein Obama" has ordered US troop into Uganda, making this the SECOND war he's started without congressional approval.

What has he sent troops to do? As Rush Limbaugh points out, Obama sent troops to Uganda to kill Christians. Let that sink in for a moment. The Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) is a rebel group of overt Christian faith fighting to restore democratic elections in a nation ruled by a Muslim dictatorship. The liberal press has of course gone crazy trying to defend Obama from Limbaugh's revelations. They quote reports from UN financed, humanist, atheistic and even communist organizations accusing the LRA of all sorts of atrocities. The Devil, as they say, is in the details. For example, there are many cases of LRA fighters killing their opponents with machetes and spears.  Sounds brutal right? That's before you learn that the enemies they were fighting were using AK-47s and shot first. The UN affiliated watchdog groups (Yeah, you can trust them) go on to talk about all the dead children at the scenes of battles like this, never bringing up the fact that the children were shot to death, despite the LRA having defended themselves in the fight with primitive weapons.

The liberal media talks about the LRA being a "child fighting force" neglecting to mention that these children were orphaned by the Ugandan government, turning to the LRA for help and aid. A Muslim theocracy is trampling Christian families, and the refugees have banded together to fight against the US financed military with spears.

Limbaugh is right about Obama and his goal in Uganda. I can only hope Rush is not mislead the by vast left wing propaganda machine into accenting the lies being spread about the LRA. They've been working hard to smear these Christians, accusing them of witchcraft, pedophilia and cross-dressing, desperate to make them the scapegoats for casualties from Ugandan military acts.

Don't fall for it.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Santorum Soft on Homosexuality

Barking moonbats are in an uproar that Rick Snatorum has vowed to restore "Dont' Ask, Don't Tell" if he wins the presidency. Conservatives however are in an uproar over Santorum's support of the liberal Clinton-era policy that was designed as a wedge to get homosexuals into the military in the first place.

Before Bill Clinton pushed for DADT, homosexuals were banned from service in the US military. Santorum would restore the US Military not to a Biblically aligned condition of morality, but to a debauched state created by an adulterous president who was impeached for lying under oath.

Past Presidents banned homosexuals from service in the US Military. Rick Santorum wants to let them in, as long as they're sneaky enough to not get caught in the act. That's being soft Ricky. That's bowing to the gay agenda like Bill Clinton. That's being a liberal, not a Conservative.

"But, he wants to push back the gay agenda by restoring DADT!" you may say. You have to realize that the repeal of DADT hasn't really changed anything in the military, as enforcement of DADT was already very lax under Obama. Only homosexuals who outed themselves or who were caught in a gay sex act have been kicked out under Obama. A law that's not enforced is as bad as no law at all. Santorum's claim to want to restore DADT is nothing but an effort to SOUND tough on homosexuality without actually doing anything about it. If he really cared about this issue he'd be moving to ban homosexuals, not let them linger on as long as they're discrete enough about it.

The Republican party and the Tea Party would be better off without gay agenda enablers like Rick Santorum.

Gay rumors have circulated for years about Santorum. His desire to discretely keep homosexuals in the US Military only adds fuel to the speculation.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Pat Robertson grants his wife permission to divorce him

Pat Robertson has hit the news recently for giving advice that few have comprehended. On the surface, it looks like he was claiming that advanced Alzheimer's disease was grounds for divorce, as it was a "kind of death." The media and many unfamiliar with the tragedies surrounding Pat Robertson's life have taken him to task on this, accusing him of hypocrisy, demeaning marriage, encouraging spousal abandonment and violating the sanctity of the institution. It's even been speculated that Pat is setting the stage for divorcing his own wife in the near future, or is seeking a rationalization for supporting Newt Gingrich, despite Newt's divorce of his cancer stricken wife in order to marry a younger woman.

What Pat's critics are not taking into account is something that has become obvious to his devoted fans in recent years.

Pat Robertson has Alzheimer's.

Many fans first began to see hints of his mental decline when he came out on his program as a supporter of the controversial theory of global warming. He gave a recent heat wave as evidence, even though most global warming believers claim that "weather is not climate." To them, a particularly hot Summer is no more proof of global warming than a particularly cold winter is fatal evidence against it. Pat's bizarre acceptance of global warming therefore embraced a variant that the majority of the global warming faithful consider flawed. There was even debate among the global warming congregants about how they should feel about Pat's sudden and inexplicable support, in light of his deeply flawed reasoning.

This complete failure to understand very basic tenants of the global warming faith was a major warning to Pat's fans. His continually shrinking role on the 700 Club shows that his friends, family and coworkers have known for a long time.

The once healthy, active and fit Pat Robertson has been deteriorating rapidly. Mentally he is not what he once was. The formerly charismatic and confident speaker has begun to falter and lose track of the thread of discussion on a regular basis. His raw screen time on the 700 Club has been in decline for a few years now, with ever increasing amounts of anchor time being given to supporting staff and not Robertson himself. Where he once sat alone at the anchor desk telling viewers about the news of the day, he now has an assistant with him. That assistant generally does most of the talking, with Pat only interjecting periodically.

Only Pat's advice segment has retained Pat as the consistent sole speaker, but the duration of the segment is shorter than it was in the 1990's and early 21st century. He often takes fewer questions, or has visible difficulty understanding the content of a particular question.

In light of his condition, it's obvious that Pat has given his wife very public permission to, in the near future, arrange for him to have a caretaker, divorce him and remarry, so that she may enjoy her golden years, free of the misery of caring for a deteriorating husband. Far from being the endorsement of abandonment many claim, Pat has made a very Christ-like sacrifice for his beloved wife. He has given her permission to move on and live her life, even as he is consigned to an unknowing living death.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Why the obsession with Rebecca Watson?

Rebecca Watson is a well known atheist and self identified skeptic. She runs the Skepchick web site and is one of the hosts of the podcast "The Skeptic's Guide to the Universe."

She's also one of the most stalked atheists on the Internet. It only takes a little research to find innumerable incidents of people stalking or harassing her.

In an incident known in skeptic circles as "Elevatorgate" she made a casual comment about a guy hitting on her in an elevator at 4:00 in the morning. She described the behavior as a bit creepy. The resulting firestorm of internet drama involved well known atheists such as Richard Dawkins in an imaginary battle between men and women. One comment on a poorly executed pick-up attempt resulted in battle lines being drawn, talk of the atheist movement having a schism and general behavior more appropriate to a playground than the allegedly intellectual debates of people who claim to see no evidence of the existence of God. My brother Peter commented that it made them "sound like a bunch of bickering Presbyterians, getting ready to split off and form a new synod over how many angels could sit on the head of a pin."

Watson was a long time target of Dennis Markuze. That's not saying much though as he (Or the character he portrayed) attacked anyone who didn't support his belief that a has-bin 80's glam band predicted the September 11 attacks through a music video. Even I, who only commented on him when he started sending death threats to the Montreal police, received a few rude posts before his incarceration.

The most recent stalker is a lad who was very upset that Watson suggested that male circumcision wasn't as horrible as female circumcision. His reply was as over-the-top as anything from Dennis Markuze:


Remember, this reaction was over Watson saying the complete removal of all sensitive sexual organs on a woman, completely denying her any physical pleasure from marital relations, might be a bit worse than removing a flap of skin on a man that serves no function but to increase penile cancer rates.

Why is Watson such a lightning rod for demented people? She's not particularly famous outside her own circle. It's come to my attention that her Wikipedia entry has been deleted multiple times as the site didn't deem her "notable" enough to have an entry. She's certainly not that controversial among atheists and skeptics. I get death threats because I quote Bible verses to people who are flagrantly violating God's law. Watson is doing little more than saying what other skeptics are saying, usually with a bit more eloquence. Why is she getting so much more flack than her equally opinionated peers? You can't even blame sexual frustration and unrequited desires. While she's physically attractive, she's in a movement dominated by young people, the most attractive of whom tend to plaster their image across their blogs like wallpaper. Yes, she's very pretty, but so are all other other female atheists on skepchick.org.

Why is it I can't go more than a week or two without encountering another tale of some lunatic making a fool of himself by harassing Rebecca Watson with violent rhetoric? The lunatics cover a wide range of political and religious beliefs. She's as likely to be harassed by another atheist as by a religious zealot.

Is there anyone out there who can offer an explanation as to why?

Friday, September 9, 2011

Gibson of Hollywood, Judah the Hammer and Jesus of Nazareth

"Judah the Hammer is the perfect story to bring Jewish culture and Christianity together. He's an early crusader, a warrior for God. His life parallels the life of Christ so closely that by the time Jesus was born many Jews believed that Judah the Hammer had been the promised messiah. That belief has persisted to this day, with millions of Jews worldwide believing that Judah the Hammer had fulfilled the messianic prophesies in the Bible. It's a major obstacle to converting the Jews. Judah the Hammer will do a lot of the debunking himself, talking about how he CAN'T be the messiah because, for example, he wasn't born of a virgin mother. Judah the Hammer is a great hero and we're going to use his life to show how he foreshadowed the messiah, turn him into something of a preemptive John the Baptist."

- Mel Gibson on his Maccabean revolt movie

Friday, August 26, 2011

Liberals playing games with statistics

The linked article tries to claim that the "Bible Belt" has a higher divorce rate than the national average. If you read the article carefully you learn how the liberals behind the hit piece on Christians have cherry-picked the comparisons they make.

It's all in the percentages.

What they compare are average divorce rates across the entire population. 11% of men get divorced in parts of the Bible Belt, while the national average is lower. Here's the sneaky part, people in the Bible Belt are also more likely to get married in the first place. People from liberal "blue states" are less likely to get married. If you compare divorce rates as a percentage of total marriages instead of a percentage of the population as a whole you find the Bible Belt has a LOWER divorce rate that liberal areas.

The divorce rates get pushed even LOWER if you compare divorce rates as a percentage of first marriages, excluding the divorces of people like Larry King who accumulate five or more ex-wives.

What this means is more people in the Bible Belt get married than people in blue states and their marriages are more likely to last until death. People outside the Bible Belt are more likely to never get married and instead live lives of debauchery and sin, exactly what Christians expect from people who reject Christ.

The next time someone tries to claim people in the Bible Belt are failing to live up to God's standards when compared to liberals, play close attention to their arguments and the numbers they use.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Deep Cover Liberal David Mabus (Dennis Markuze)

For ten years, Dennis Markuze has been issuing death threats to atheists, journalists, entertainers and scientists. The deranged, inarticulate and repetitive nature of these threats have long been attributed to a diseased mind. Despite a decade of death threats, the Montreal police, who have jurisdiction over this person, have taken NO action against him.

Why?

A closer look at this man reveals a perplexing blend of alleged Christian fundamentalism and a near worship of Nostradamus.

Despite repeated efforts to engage him in conversation and discussion he has never done anything but repeat the same template driven insanity. There has been no variation, no thought, no research. It's as if the writing of Dennis Markuze is a character, a facade, and a poorly executed one at that.

Why put up this facade? And why are the Montreal police, the police department for a very liberal area, so determined to ignore an alleged conservative who is out for liberal blood?

The answer is simple. My theory is that Dennis Markuze is not the deranged madman he pretends to be. If he really were as violent and bloodthirsty as he claims, why would he attend and atheist convention with a backpack capable of concealing a bomb and do nothing but run?

The answer is simple. David Mabus (Dennis Markuze) is a deep cover liberal whose goal is to mock conservatives and make us look like psychotic lunatics. I suspect the Montreal police are taking no action against him, not because they'd rather he snap and kill someone first, as they claim, but because they already KNOW he's an act. The only rational reason for the Montreal police to take no action against a man who has been issuing death threats for ten years is if they know he's a fake and are in on it.

David Mabus (Dennis Markuze) I challenge you to do the right thing and confess your fraud. You are a fake, an act, a pretender. You are a liar defaming good Christian men and women with your routine. You are a sloppy, humorless, incompetent version of Borat. Stop libeling and slandering real Christians with your act.


markuze@usedcomputershop.com

Friday, July 29, 2011

The Debt Battle is Working

I's no secret that the current battle of the nation's debt cap is about defeating Obama. His illegitimate presidency is an insult to the nation. The work of the brave Tea Party representatives is already bearing fruit.

"Obama loses ground against any Republican opponent, is now essentially tied"

The stunning news is mind-boggling. According to recent polls, any random Republican candidate is tied with Obama in a head-to-head race. This does not mean the 2012 presidency is a guaranteed Republican victory, but we're close. There's still work to do:

1. Get a debt bill past the house so it can be killed in the senate. The senate is Democrat controlled, meaning they won't pass anything that doesn't include massive tax hikes on job creators. If the House passes a debt bill that holds firm to the "no new taxes" pledge then the failure to raise the debt ceiling will be blamed on the Democrats who killed the bill in the Senate, not the Republicans who crafted it in the House.

2. Finish pushing the government into default. The resulting economic damage will drive voters away from the incumbent president. It will also increase religious belief, as times of hardship do, resulting in even more opposition to an overtly Muslim president such as Obama.

3. Unify our efforts behind a single Republican candidate. The existing nomination and primary process already in place will take care of this. Right now Obama is tied with a theoretical Republican. If the mere idea of a Republican is enough to tie with Obama, just imagine what a charismatic, religious, capitalist candidate will achieve!

4. Deny Obama any Political victories. Killing bin Laden has already been revealed to be more an act of lingering Bush initiatives than anything Obama did. That meager political victory was poorly timed on his part and is not going to win him a second term. His presidency needs to be neutered to deny him opportunities for gaining ground in the future. The Republican leadership is already achieving that in spades.

5. Pass legislation to sabotage the Health Care initiative, but don't kill it outright. This seems counter-intuitive, but it goes hand in hand with using a debt battle triggered recession to kill his Presidency. If the health care initiative is killed before it can do any damage, then it's a theoretical. Obama can spin its defeat as an example of Republicans harming the country. If however the health care plan has caused damage then the catastrophe will be blamed on Obama, no matter how much Republican tinkering was involved in exacerbating the situation.

None of these steps are very complicated. Obama is already "singing castrato" as the choir director at my brother's church likes to say. His authority over the Democratic party has been shattered and he never had what it takes to be a unifying voice. He's been mortally wounded by this battle and all we need to do now is keep him from resting and recovering, so his presidency can bleed out.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Let me explain it to you

This is not about taxes, debt or the Federal Budget. It's not even about reducing the size of government.

If the Republicans in the House have their way, the US will default on its loans in a few days, triggering a new recession, possibly even a depression. The result will be an increase in religious belief, resulting in a resurgence in belief in God. There is a direct correlation between hardship and faith in God. This is why God tests us now and then, to remind us that we are dependent upon him for everything we consider "ours."

The Republican lead battle to keep the debt ceiling from being increased is an effort to draw our nation, long drifting away from God, back into Christ's arms.

My prayers are with them.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Liberal Echo Chamber Doesn't Allow Criticism

My blog was recently spammed with a link to an organization know as New Albany Implants, also known as "Indiana Smiles". The blogger profile that posted the spam listed Change the Wind as a blog that it follows. I took a look at the blog and quickly found what I consider to be a left wing black supremacist site.

One of the site's articles asked "Does race still Matter?" I tried to post the following:

Race matters primarily to the people trying to use it to get an unfair advantage. "Affirmative Action" does not elevate blacks, but defames them. It's an institutionalized means of saying "You aren't good enough to accomplish anything on your own."

The KKK no longer lynches anyone, but the modern "Civil Rights" movement is an ongoing lynching of the very people it claims to be trying to help.

Unfortunately my attempt to post a comment was greeted with the text:

Comments on this blog are restricted to team members.

You're currently logged in as Alexander Cornswalled. You may not comment with this account.

In typical Liberal fashion, they love saying whatever they want, but the moment you dare try to voice an opinion of your own, they silence you. The race baiting moonbats at "Change the Wind" need to take a good hard look at themselves. If they do they might just see the hypocrisy of claiming to be a voice for one group while doing their best to silence another.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Baby killers on the ropes in Indiana

Liberals are doing their best to spin the pending death of Planned Parenthood in Indiana. The actual facts are hear warming.

– To reduce costs, all 28 clinics will close tomorrow and employees will be sent home without pay. Only one clinic in Indianapolis will stay open Wednesday but will close Thursday.

– Should the law remain in place, Planned Parenthood stated that “it must close eight” of its clinics: “two Indianapolis locations and clinics in Bedford, Hammond, Michigan City, New Albany, Terre Haute and Muncie.”

That's right. For a few days there will be NO abortions in Indiana. If the new budget stands, eight of the clinics performing them will close permanently. It's a good day to be a child in Indiana.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Alleged Parody only a slight exaggeration

I've been getting a deluge of e-mail form people accusing me of stupidity for believing an article about a massive abortion complex opened by Planned Parenthood in Kansas. They all seem to be convinced there's something unbelievable about the article, but as Thomas Peters points out, the "parody" is only a slight exaggeration.

Okay, so, this all sounds crazy, right?Actually, the truth about Planned Parenthood’s current operating space and expansion plans is as strange –and almost as true– as The Onion’s “fictional” take on it.Since 2007, as CBN News reports, Planned Parenthood has been opening up more and more “supercenters” to offer abortions and all the trappings that come with abortion:
  • In 2007 PP opened up a 22,000 square foot abortion clinic in Aurora, Illinois
  • In 2008 PP opened up a 40,000 square foot abortion clinic in Denver, Colorado
  • In 2009 PP opened up a 23,000 square foot abortion clinic in Sarasota, Florida
  • In 2010, PP opened up a massive 78,000 square foot abortion clinic in Houston, Texas
That’s not counting these huge Planned Parenthood clinics already in operation:
  • A 18,000 square foot abortion clinic in Schenectady, New York
  • A 10,000 square foot abortion clinic in Worcester, Massachusetts
  • A 12,500 square foot abortion clinic in New Rochelle, New York
  • A 10,000 square foot abortion clinic in Austin, Texas
  • A 14,000 square foot abortion clinic in Santa Ana, California
  • A 10,500 square foot abortion clinic in Yakima, WA
  • A 10,000 square foot abortion clinic in Fresno, California.
  • etc…
In fact, if you add up the square footage of just the “super-centers” I mention above – you get almost 250,000 square feet of Planned Parenthood abortion clinic! The fact is, if you count up all the space taken up by their abortion clinics nationwide, Planned Parenthood is already well on its way to having a 900,000-square-feet “AbortionPlex” – they just decided to spread them out so they can target the most vulnerable areas across our country.On the other point that The Onion article makes, about all the “amenities” that Planned Parenthood provides its abortion “customers”, that’s not far off from the truth, either. This article in the Wall Street Journal noticed the trend back in 2008 (emphasis mine):Flush with cash, Planned Parenthood affiliates nationwide are aggressively expanding their reach, seeking to woo more affluent patients with a network of suburban clinics and huge new health centers that project a decidedly upscale image … executives say they are “rebranding” their clinics to appeal to women of means — a move that opens new avenues for boosting revenue and, they hope, political clout.[The new clinics] feature touches such as muted lighting, hardwood floors and airy waiting rooms in colors selected by marketing experts…Planned Parenthood has also opened more than two dozen quick-service “express centers,” many in suburban shopping malls.Some sell jewelry, candles, books and T-shirts, along with contraception.One of Planned Parenthood’s biggest gimmicks, we know, is to offer low-cost (or often free) contraception to young people, only to make money off of their subsequent abortions.And did you notice the “Chapel” in The Onion floor plan above? Seattle, WA’s Planned Parenthood, for instance, had a full-time “chaplain” on staff.Finally — and this is especially grim:Yep, basically true too.… but in the end, it’s the square feet thing that gets me the most about this Onion article.After all, let’s not forget that –when it comes to feet– these are the only feet that really matter:
As can be seen in the statistics above, the alleged parody reads more like a real center in the works than a parody. At the rate Planned Parenthood is going within five years the "Abortionplex" described in the "Parody" article won't just be a reality, but probably one of the smaller centers.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Kansas takes crown for most abortions in the country

It would be an understatement to call this center "disgusting." It's a callous insult to the sanctity of human life, a genocide facility, a FEMA death camp and it's incinerators a mass grave to innumerable innocent victims, their lives snuffed out and their souls damned to Hell for the convenience of their licentious mothers.


Planned Parenthood Opens $8 Billion Abortionplex
MAY 18, 2011 | ISSUE 47•20


The state-of-the-art facility, which features an IMAX movie theater as well as multiple fetus incinerators.
ARTICLE TOOLS


TOPEKA, KS—Planned Parenthood announced Tuesday the grand opening of its long-planned $8 billion Abortionplex, a sprawling abortion facility that will allow the organization to terminate unborn lives with an efficiency never before thought possible.

During a press conference, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards told reporters that the new state-of-the-art fetus-killing facility located in the nation's heartland offers quick, easy, in-and-out abortions to all women, and represents a bold reinvention of the group's long-standing mission and values.

"Although we've traditionally dedicated 97 percent of our resources to other important services such as contraception distribution, cancer screening, and STD testing, this new complex allows us to devote our full attention to what has always been our true passion: abortion," said Richards, standing under a banner emblazoned with Planned Parenthood's new slogan, "No Life Is Sacred." "And since Congress voted to retain our federal funding, it's going to be that much easier for us to maximize the number of tiny, beating hearts we stop every day."

"The Abortionplex's high-tech machinery is capable of terminating one pregnancy every three seconds," Richards added. "That's almost a million abortions every month. We're so thrilled!"

The 900,000-square-foot facility has more than 2,000 rooms dedicated to the abortion procedure. The abundance of surgical space, Richards said, will ensure that women visiting the facility can be quickly fitted into stirrups without pausing to second-guess their decision or consider alternatives such as adoption. Hundreds of on-site counselors are also available to meet with clients free of charge and go over the many ways that carrying a child to term will burden them and very likely ruin their lives.

GRAPHICAL FEATURE

A Look Inside Planned Parenthood's $8 Billion Abortionplex
The remaining space is dedicated to amenities such as coffee shops, bars, dozens of restaurants and retail outlets, a three-story nightclub, and a 10-screen multiplex theater—features intended not only to help clients relax, but to foster a sense of community and make abortion more of a social event.

"We really want abortion to become a regular part of women's lives, especially younger women who have enough fertile years ahead of them to potentially have dozens of abortions," said Richards, adding that the Abortionplex would provide shuttle service to and from most residences, schools, and shopping malls in the region. "Our hope is for this facility to become a regular destination where a woman in her second trimester can whoop it up at karaoke and then kick back while we vacuum out the contents of her uterus."

"All women should feel like they have a home at the Abortionplex," Richards continued. "Whether she's a high school junior who doesn't want to go to prom pregnant, a go-getter professional who can't be bothered with the time commitment of raising a child, or a prostitute who knows getting an abortion is the easiest form of birth control—all are welcome."

Nineteen-year-old Marcy Kolrath, one of the Abortionplex's first clients, told reporters that despite her initial hesitancy, she was quickly put at ease by staff members who reassured her that she could have abortions over and over for the next decade before finally committing to motherhood. Kolrath also said she was "wowed" by the facility's many attractions.

"I was kind of on the fence in the beginning," she said. "But after a couple of margaritas and a ride down the lazy river they've got circling the place, I got caught up in the vibe. By the time it was over, I almost wished I could've aborted twins and gotten to stay a little longer."

"I told my boyfriend we had to have sex again that very night," Kolrath added. "I really want to come back over Labor Day.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

The nearly aborted president

If a ruling similar to Roe v Wade had been in place before Obama's birth, he never would have existed.

According to recently secured documents from the Immigration and Naturalization Services, evidence has emerged that President Obama's father, Barack Obama, Sr., apparently paid to send a young Kenyan girl he had impregnated in Massachusetts to London to have an abortion.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Open Letter to a besieged pastor

from Alexander Cornswalled
to pete.degraaf@house.ks.gov
date Wed, May 25, 2011 at 9:10 AM
subject Planning Ahead

Pastor DeGraaf,

I wan to thank you for the Abortion stance you're taking. I know it's
unpopular to prevent abortions, but it's murder to sentence an unborn
child to execution because his father is a rapist. People talk about
the mother's rights, but what of the child? Unborn and innocent of any
crime, their own mothers are sentencing them to death for a crime that
will only get their father 5 to 10 years if caught and sentenced. It's
barbaric to murder an infant because his or her father was a bad man.

Should we execute the sons of Ted Kennedy because their father killed
a woman in a drunken car crash?

No.

Why then is it OK to execute an unborn child because their father
forced himself upon the mother? Put the child up for adoption if you
must, but don't become a murderer to avoid pregnancy.

Liberals will accuse you of using this as a "back door" attack on Roe
v. Wade. I applaud you for it. Roe v wade created a legal loophole
through which millions of children have been brutally murdered. Any
effort to close that loophole is to be congratulated and lionized.

Yours in Christ,

Alexander Cornswalled

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Ed Poor vs Creationism Part 1

Ed Poor is a Conservapedia editor of dubious reputation. Previous posts in this blog demonstrate his willingness to ban users for life over minor disagreements and Ed Poor's use of Conservapedia as a platform for stroking his ego. His dogmatic and draconian enforcement of his own views is particularly disturbing for Conservapedia readers when we confront the fact that Ed Poor describes himself as an "Old Earth Creationist."

Normally this would not be a real problem, but Ed Poor's documented willingness to permanently ban users over trivial disagreements should give all Young Earth Creationists and Biblical Literalists cause for concern. Even Old Earth Creationist Christians and even Liberal Christians who believe in Darwinism will will take issue with some of Poor's implementation of bias.

Let's examine some of Ed Poor's edits as they relate to Creationism.

Continental Drift

The Conservapedia Continental Drift article would be expected to have a few references to Creationism. One of the major pieces of "evidence" Old Earth Creationists and Darwinsts use to support the claim that the Earth is Billions of years old is to extrapolate the current rate of alleged continental drift backwards in time to the point where all the land on Earth is concentrated into a single land mass. The article itself is largely about Creationist Antonio Snider proposing the theory and the resistance Darwinists offered after it was initially proposed. Looking at the history of the article however you see that Ed Poor has removed a good deal of content. While some of it is enthusiastic fawning over Creationism, some of the edits are insidious.

When you edit an article on Conservapedia, you have the ability to enter a short comment about the nature of your edit. Ed Poor's edit "this is not a creation science encylopedia, please stick to the historical facts" reveals a good deal about his bias.

First, there's the comment itself, in which he associates Creationism with ignoring historical facts. His dismissive tone towards Creationism brings his claims of being an Old earth Creationist into doubt.

Then there's the nature of the edits. The 2-22-2011 version of the Continental Drift article mentions in passing that Genesis was the inspiration for the theory and that humanist scientists ignored the theory at first due to a lack of a mechanism. What Ed Poor's February 19, 2011 edit removed was material that explained HOW the Genesis reading was important and gave more information on mainstream science's early rejection of the theory.

Ed Poor is responsible for close to a third of all the edits ever made to the Continental Drift article. Some of the quotes he cut includes removing a line that pointed out the fact that atheist versions of continental drift theory postulate an Earth that's older than allowed by biblical Literalism.

Ice Age

The Ice Age article has also been edited by Ed Poor. On February 22, 2011 he added the text:

The consensus of scientists is that several such periods have occurred over millions of years of geological time, although this view is disputed by a small group of scientists who believe in [[Young Earth Creationism]] (see also [[Creation Science]]).

While this is the sort of thing you would expect to see on Wikipedia, deliberately demeaning creationism and using the "argument by popularity" claim to support the claim of an Earth that's millions to billions of years old flies counter to the attitudes of a site that's allegedly trying to reflect a Conservative bias. Poor labeled the edit with the text "(hope I'm not rocking the boat, but this is not the creation wiki ... stop me if I'm moving in the wrong direction here." Of course since Poor bans people over even minor disagreements it's unlikely anyone will oppose him.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Ed Poor's battle against Creationism

Ed Poor is a Conservapedia editor of dubious reputation. Previous posts in this blog demonstrate his willingness to ban users for life over minor disagreements and Ed Poor's use of Conservapedia as a platform for stroking his ego. His dogmatic and draconian enforcement of his own views is particularly disturbing for Conservapedia readers when we confront the fact that Ed Poor describes himself as an "Old Earth Creationist."

Normally this would not be a real problem, but Ed Poor's documented willingness to permanently ban users over trivial disagreements should give all Young Earth Creationists and Biblical Literalists cause for concern. Even Old Earth Creationist Christians and even Liberal Christians who believe in Darwinism will will take issue with some of Poor's implementation of bias.

Let's examine some of Ed Poor's edits as they relate to Creationism.

The Conservapedia Continental Drift article would be expected to have a few references to Creationism. One of the major pieces of "evidence" Old Earth Creationists and Darwinsts use to support the claim that the Earth is Billions of years old is to extrapolate the current rate of alleged continental drift backwards in time to the point where all the land on Earth is concentrated into a single land mass. The article itself is largely about Creationist Antonio Snider proposing the theory and the resistance Darwinists offered after it was initially proposed. Looking at the history of the article however you see that Ed Poor has removed a good deal of content. while some of it is enthusiastic fawning over Creationism, some of the edits are insidious.

When you edit an article on Conservapedia, you have the ability to enter a short comment about the nature of your edit. Ed Poor's edit "this is not a creation science encylopedia, please stick to the historical facts" reveals a good deal about his bias.

First, there's the comment itself, in which he associated Creationism with ignoring historical facts. His dismissive tone towards Creationism brings his claims of being an Old earth Creationist into doubt.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Moonies on Conservapedia

"Moonies" are members of a cult founded by Sun Myung Moon. The official name of the cult is the "Unification Church." The cult is best known among Conservative Christians for the mish-mosh of Eastern Mysticism and Moon's claim to be essentially the second coming of Christ. While the claim is dressed up in some euphemistic terminology one cannot read the actual claims and doctrines of the Unification Church without realizing that is exactly what Moon is asserting. Many Churches have issued specific warnings about the Moonies, and several books listing world cults have discussed them.

Given the blasphemous, anti-Christian nature of Moon's claims one would THINK Moonies would be poorly represented on Conservapedia. Ed Poor however, one of, if not the most powerful editor on conservapedia, is a Moonie, a member of a cult that claims "Rev" Sun Myung Moon is the second coming of Christ.

The Conservapedia entry on the Unification Church has been heavily edited by Ed Poor. Let's take a look at some of his edits to see what kind of bias he's adding.

Many of the edits are routine. For example he added a year reference to a section about cult leader Moon's age. Others edits however let his bias shine through. On February 14, 2011 Ed Poor added the following comment to the "Theological development and doctrine" section of the article:
This section has various problems, e.g., it implies that Rev. Moon's ideas are not a valid revelation from God. I think it goes beyond the scope of articles here to make such a judgment.

Moon claims to have been visited by Christ when he was 16 and told to "complete" the work left undone by Christ after the Crucification. Here, Ed Poor is quite seriously claiming that Conservapedia, an explicitly Conservative Christian resource, should not be questioning the validity of this claim in the "theology" section about the cult.

On November 6, 2010, Poor edited the text:
Charges of mind control and manipulation by the Unification church were often heard in the 70's and 80's.

to read:
Charges of mind control and manipulation by the Unification church were often heard in the 70's and 80's, but dwindled practically to nothing after the American Psychological Association declared that the theory of [[mind control]] had no scientific basis.

Emphasis mine.

Notice the complete lack of sources for that wild speculation. Notice how he dishonestly tries to claim that the accusations of brainwashing were actually accusations of "mind control." The brainwashing practiced by Moonies is well documented in the exhaustively researched book "The Making of a Moonie", published in the mid 1980's. You see no mention of it on the Conservapedia page about the Moonies. Like most other cults, the Moonies have been accused of, and been documented using, brainwashing techniques to manipulate and control its members. Thanks to Ed Poor however this dangerous cult is being whitewashed, with documented accusations of brainwashing being waved away by evoking sci-fi visions of "mind control."

Ed Poor doesn't stop there. On November 6, 2010, Ed softened the information about the suicide of one of Moon's sons:

one of Moon's other sons committed suicide in 1999, by jumping from a 17th story balcony in Reno

became:

one of Moon's other sons apparently committed suicide in 1999, falling from a 17th story balcony in Reno

Ed Poor doesn't just enjoy whitewashing the brainwashing techniques used by the Moonies, he likes whitewashing the term itself.

On August 20, 2010 Ed Poor changed the quite accurate text:
>Its followers are typically referred to as ''Moonies'' by critics, a term the church's adherents, called ''Unificationists'', dislike.
to
Its followers are typically referred to as ''Unificationists''.

No one outside the "Unification Church" calls the members "Unificationists" unless they are trying to curry favor with the Moonies. People who monitor this cult, as well as much of the literature describing their practices and beliefs, refer to them as "Moonies."

I guess Ed Poor doesn't like the term, just as the text he purged asserted. The term "Moonie" doesn't even appear in the text of the article about the "Unification Church". It's only seen in a few URLS in the "References" section.

There are many more edits to examine. Individually many may seem unimportant, but when taken as an aggregate, it's clear that Ed Poor has been slowly but surely editing the article to reflect an increasingly apologetic tone towards a dangerous cult of which he is one of the members / victims.

Is conservapedia intended to be an actual resource for homeschooling parents, or a front end and propaganda site for the Moonies?

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Have you been banned by Ed Poor?

Are you a Conservapedia contributor who has been banned, either temporarily or permanently by Ed Poor?


If so, I want to hear from you as part of my ongoing research into the editorial practices of Ed Poor and how he's impacting Conservapedia. If you want to contribute to unmasking Ed Poor, please respond to this post or e-mail me at alexander.cornswalled@gmail.com

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The Vanity of Ed Poor

Introduction

If you spend any length of time perusing Conservapedia, you begin to realize that a good deal of the articles are either created or edited heavily by Ed Poor. My first and only encounter with Ed Poor consisted of him banning me for life from editing Conservapedia because I disagreed with him on a minor point about an obscure Japanese film whose very Conservapedia entry was later deleted. In short, he banned me for life because of something literally no one but him actually cared about. There wasn't even a warning. I was simply banned because I disagreed with Ed Poor.

I was gobsmacked. It made no sense. The more I pondered the irrational nature of his actions the more I realized the deep implications of what he had done. If he was willing to ban me for something that no one cared about, he was probably willing to ban other people for equally trivial reasons. I had been a minor contributor to Conservapedia. Most of my entries had amounted to nothing more than fixing a few typos or correcting some grammar. What about people who were trying to make major contributions? What about the people who were dedicating the time to grow Conservapedia in very real, substantial ways? Was Ed Poor attacking them with the same vigor?

I decided to do some digging.

The First Vanity Entry

If you search Conservapedia for the name "Ed Poor" you come to the entry for Edmund Ward Poor. It's not surprising if your response is "Who?" He was one of four early investors when Leroy Grumman started a small welding operation. While Leroy Grumman would grow this tiny business into the Grumman Aircraft Company, Edmund Ward Poor never achieved anything more substantial than having invested in Leroy Grumman.

According to Conservapedia's entry however, he was a co-founder of Grumman Aircraft Company, an organization that Conservapedia doesn't consider important enough to have an entry of its own. The entry goes on to point out that Edmund Ward Poor is the Grandfather of Conservapedia editor Ed Poor. Looking at the vanity article's history you find that Ed Poor created the article, such as it is, and was responsible for most of the edits. When challenged on the very existence of the article, Ed Poor responded with:

unlike Wikipedia, longtime contributors here are allowed to blow their own horns

In that comment, Ed Poor admits he's created an irrelevant vanity article for the sake of self aggrandizement.

The article however, is, to be kind, inaccurate. Edmund Ward Poor was NOT the co-founder of Grumman. He was one of four minor business partners when Leroy Grumman started a company that did nothing but weld aluminum frames for trucks in the late 1920's. Leroy Grumman doesn't have a Conservapedia entry, but a minor financier who didn't even have a say in day-to-day operations has an entry giving him the bulk of the credit for Leroy Grumman's business acumen and ambition. This would be like having no entry for Microsoft or Bill Gates, but having an article claiming a bank manager who approved an early loan to the company was the co-founder.

The very first thing I found on Conservapedia when looking up Ed Poor was a falsehood riddled vanity piece designed to paint an obscure ancestor of Ed Poor's in a far grander light than the man ever deserved.

My research will continue, but my hopes are not high. I fear I may discover that Conservapedia has decayed into nothing more than the Ed Poor vanity project.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Yahoooooo!

Liberal hand-wringing activists at moveon.org report:

"With Republicans back in charge of the House of Representatives, funding for NPR and PBS is in grave danger. Again. The Republicans just released their budget proposal, and it zeroes out funding for both NPR and PBS."

Two of the biggest liberal indoctrination sources may be shut down once and for all! Free speech is not the issue here. No one is shutting down MSNBC, we're just shutting down tax funding for Liberal propaganda. I wonder if either network will manage to get funding from other sources.

Nah.

If "Air America" didn't manage it I doubt Ira Glass will.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Banned for life by Conservapedia

You'd better be careful on Conservapedia. If you point out an incident of borderline pedophilia in a Japanese movie about demons you might just get banned for life.

Your user name or IP address has been blocked.
The block was made by Ed Poor. The reason given is crazy speculation in Totoro film article.
Start of block: 16:18, 11 March 2009
Expiry of block: infinite
Intended blockee: AlexC

The movie "Totoro" is considered a "harmless" film by some. This is inexplicable, because the title character is a "forest spirit" AKA, a Demon, who routinely kidnaps two sisters with a dying mother and puts them in dangerous situations.

In one scene, the father, whose wife is in a hospice, is seen taking a bath with his two daughters, one of whom is old enough to be on the cusp of puberty. The perversion of this scene is undeniable and yet adding a brief mention of this to the Conservapedia article on the film resulted in the above ban.

I attempted to resolve this issue by contacting the moderator who banned me.

From: AlexC
To: Ed Poor
Sent: Tue, August 10, 2010 2:43:14 PM
Subject: Conservapedia e-mail

Mr. Poor,

I'm confused as to why my user account was banned. What "crazy speculation" was I engaging in in the Totoro article? The radiation poisoning of the Mother was based not on wild speculation but upon the fact that her symptoms in the film roughly matched some of the symptoms of mild radiation poisoning.

Alexander Cornswalled

Ed Poor to me
Who banned you, and when? All I know is that Mei's mom was considered to have TB.

If she had other symptoms, please list them ... and maybe provide a source that agrees with what you saw on screen.

Ed Poor

Alexander Cornswalled to Ed
When I tried to log into Conservapedia, I got a message telling me
that you had banned me for speculation in the Totoro article.

To tell the truth I hardly remember the article myself. It looks like
the director has since weighed in on the question of what the mother
had, making whatever information I'd found irrelevant.

Alexander Cornswalled

After receiving no reply I sent the following message:

Alexander Cornswalled to Ed
According to the site you banned me.

"The block was made by Ed Poor. The reason given is crazy speculation
in Totoro film article.
Start of block: 16:18, 11 March 2009
Expiry of block: infinite
Intended blockee: AlexC"

Is an "infinite" ban really appropriate if the moderator who initiated
the ban is unable to recall or find documentation on what caused the
ban?

Alexander Cornswalled

To date I have not received a response from Conservapedia. I find it unlikely that I was banned over a disagreement about if a dying woman in a movie about demons had TB or Radiation Poisoning. It's clear to me however that "Ed Poor" is determined to defend a movie that casts demons in a positive light, even if it means banning educated, articulate conservative Christians from contributing to Conservapedia.

It may be time for Conservapedia readers and editors to start reviewing the edits, bans, deletions, IP blocks and protected entries list of Ed Poor. Based upon his enthusiastic, no-holds-barred support of a pro-demon movie I suspect he may be one of the alleged "deep cover liberals" to have infiltrated the site.

It's ironic that Ed Poor put so much effort into banning me for pointing out one of the issues with the Totoro movie, as another Conservapedia editor has deleted the article completely.

http://www.conservapedia.com/My_Neighbor_Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro
This page has been deleted. The deletion and move log for the page are provided below for reference.
13:11, 25 April 2010 DouglasA (Talk | contribs) deleted "My Neighbor Totoro" ‎ (Pop Culture: content was: '{{speedy}} {{Infobox Film | name=My Neighbor Totoro | image=Totoro poster.jpg | caption= | director=Hayao Miyazaki | producer=Toru Hara | writer=Hayao Miyazaki | narrator= | starring= | music=Joe Hisaishi | cinematography=Yo)

Deleting the page I can understand. You don't need a detailed article on a movie glamorizing demons, witchcraft and pedophilia in a reference source geared towards home-schooled children.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

South African Atheists ban Churches from advertising

Etv ordered to pull 'miracle' ads

The Christ Embassy church in South Africa has been ordered to pull all advertising from the airwaves because the church "cannot prove that its pastors can perform healing miracles".

That's right, a church has been banned from spreading the message of Christ by a atheist-dominated branch of the South African government because miracles don't meet the same, abstract "scientific" standards as the big-pharma funded sham-studies. While the CLAIM is that this is about a lack of evidence, the reality is this is about a very anti-Christ agenda and the church refusing to bribe the necessary government officials.

Christ Embassy's ministry had been focusing on providing hope and aid to AIDS victims in a nation with one of the highest percentage of HIV infected people in the world. Now their life-changing work has been stopped by politicians who mock religion and consider men of God to be fools.

Keep South Africa in your prayers. Their churches are under attack and need our support.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Bill Clinton: Satanist

The adulterer Bill Clinton has a long history of debauched behavior. His wife included a version of the infamous "death panel" in her draft of a national socialist health care plan during his administration. Now it seems Clinton is dabbling in VooDoo.

The "Power Balance" bracelet is a silicone wrist band with an embedded hologram. The claims made by the manufactures are scientifically unfounded, but heavily steeped in Eastern Mysticism.

Bracelet claims balance improvementReporter: Frank Pangallo Broadcast Date: December 15, 2009It is called a Power Balance Bracelet and whatever some people claim to feel when wearing one defies their belief and logic.Tom O'Dowd has the Australian rights for the bracelet which sells for around $60.The secret, he claims, is embedded in the hologram on the band and so-called Mylar technology."In the Mylar hologram is a frequency and the frequency as soon as it comes into contact with the electrical field of your body basically works with your body's electrical field that gives you a feeling of wellness," Tom claims.Tom alleges he can demonstrate straight away that it improves balance, strength and flexibility.Mylar technology supposedly restores the body's frequency to somewhere near the 7.83 hertz required."This will make you the best you can be, it won't turn you into Tiger Woods let's put it that way, but it will make you the best you can be," Tom claims.

In other words, they're magic, the very sort of thing banned in the Bible. The company making them even has a statement on their web site admitting there's no evidence they work.

Now, Bill Clinton is wearing one.


You can see the video here:



I wonder what Bubbah needs to compensate for. Perhaps his heart isn't strong enough to get a Viagra prescription and this is his next desperate attempt to keep up with his affairs.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Meet the New Egypt


This is the face of the new Egypt, the people seeking to overthrow a stable, if brutal, government and replace it with, well they don't know.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Barney Frank to run again?

Barney Frank v. Sean Bielat II?
GOP rival, experts stunned by re-election bid


Frank is 70 years old. If you read his comments about this race in the article and other places it's clear he's primarily running to be stubborn. He hasn't bothered to raise a war chest and he hasn't bothered to court new donors.

He's only running to try and influence who DOES win by having his say at the debates. This isn't about winning again, but about sticking his nose into an election he doesn't expect to win. We need to make sure the people he WANTS to win don't. He wants a legacy by hand-picking his successor by destroying the other contenders and we can't let him.

Anyone who thinks he's TRYING to win has been mislead by his campaign and fallen right into his trap.

This idiot for example, is expending his time battling a "sacrificial lamb" contender:



Frank does not plan to win, he plans to choose who does. Watch the campaign and you'll see what's REALLY happening.

Monday, January 31, 2011

Saved from the gay agenda

Two Belgian gay men who bought a boy in the Ukraine have been foiled in their efforts to smuggle him out of his native country.

The gay men wanted a child, so they hired a Ukrainian woman to act as a "surrogate." Surrogacy, which is illegal in Belgium, is sadly legal in the Ukraine. A surrogate mother is a woman who is tasked with carrying a child to term and then giving it up to the purchasers after it is born. Legally this constitutes "selling" a child in many countries, yet because of the high-tech language used when in-vitro fertilization is employed it has a quasi-legal status in others.

Despite multiple efforts to smuggle the boy out of the country, the most recent of which was stopped and classified as "adduction" by Ukrainian authorities, the child remains safely in a Ukrainian orphanage. At least he's safe there for now. The gay many who purchased him are starting a petition campaign to get him moved to Belgium.

Encouraging the people who are fighting the good fight

Land, Taylor (Gov Office) to me

December 29, 2010

Mr. Alexander Cornswalled

Dear Mr. Cornswalled:

Thank you for contacting me with your support for the proposed "Ark Encounter" tourist attraction in Northern Kentucky. I am glad to know your views.

Bringing new jobs to Kentucky is my top priority, and I believe this project will be beneficial to our future, providing an estimated 900 jobs and $250 million in annual revenue for the regional economy. Moreover, I am excited to have another unique, family-friendly tourist attraction for the state.

Thank you again. As always, please feel free to contact me in the future whenever an issue is important to you.

Sincerely,



Steven L. Beshear