But What About Malcolm X?

Darragh Murphy, that most ingeniously stupid of PUMAs, links approvingly to cinie’s 2000 word expose about the sinister confluence of world events that brought Geithner and Obama together today. It begins;

Did you know that Turbo Tax Timothy Geithner, tax cheat (TTTG, tc) is the son of Peter Geithner, former Ford Foundation head of the Indonesian region’s microfinance program, which formerly employed one S. Ann Sutoro, Program Director, and Mother of the Obamessiah? Betcha didn’t. Well, didja know that when Son of Stanley was going to school in Los Angeles, he went with a Pakistani friend to visit his mother in Indonesia, who was working for TTTG, tc’s father at that time, then spent a couple weeks in Pakistan, before he abruptly transferred to Columbia in New York where TTTG, tc’s dad was headquartered? Now, you do. How’s that Jiffy Pop hat fitting now, huh?

I confess I don’t read Yes to Democracy much anymore because they concern themselves almost exclusively now with the Birthers (no angienc, you idiot, that doesn’t mean “women”), and I find Birthers so batty that it’s not even fun for me. I’m getting the sinking feeling that many of the PUMAs are going down that road. And then what would I do for fun? Spend more (non-woman lynching) time with my girlfriend? As if!

Anyway, cinie has a very clever theory going on here. I marvel at her schizophrenic ability to derive meaning from tenuous and inocuous connections. But I fear the Obama Geithner world bank (did someone say jews?) conspiracy is incomplete without documenting how this fits into his being the manchurian secret son of Malcolm X.

Once they figure that out, then I’m sold.
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[UPDATED] Via Charles in comments, it looks like bostonboomer is wrapped in tin foil also! What a loon! Are there even any PUMAs who are intelligent enough or with enough reputation to be embarrassed by their compatriots? I guess the answer is obviously not, or they wouldn’t be PUMAs in the first place.

Oh, and I particularly like the comment over there by Illinois Voter (Alan Keyes maybe;-)

AMAZING INTERVIEW OF PHIL BERG BY MICHAEL SAVAGE ******
A MUST LISTEN……..WOW… MAKE IT VIRAL!!!

Yes, that icon of liberalism Michael Weiner Savage…

19 Responses

  1. One of my favorite comments on conspiracy theories from last fall’s election came from a fill-in columnist at the Chicago Tribune whose name I unfortunately cannot remember. He was commenting on both the “Obama’s not a natural-born citizen!” meme and the “Sarah Palin isn’t really Trig’s mother!” meme. His central point was that conspiracies that would, of necessity, involve so many people from so many disparate corners are really, really difficult to pull off, because most people really, really suck at keeping their mouths shut — and he offered as proof the number of would-be “conspirators” who end up in jail because somebody snitched. So yeah — sensible people would go with “Of course Obama is a natural-born citizen” and “Of course Palin gave birth to Trig” line.

    But that sort of useful common-sense observation seems out of reach of too many on all parts of the political spectrum.

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    bostonboomer said,

    February 27, 2009 at 5:51 pm

    Outstanding research, Cinie. It certain does appear that Obama’s mama and Geither’s daddy were CIA assets, if not more. That explains Obama’s ability to get all those foundation jobs in Chicago. Now where does Bill Ayers fit in?Because his dad seems to have been CIA connected as well, and he was at Columbia when Obama was. I don’t believe in coincidences.
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    bostonboomer said,

    February 27, 2009 at 6:28 pm

    Catsden,

    Maybe Bilderberg, maybe Trilateral Commission aka Zbignew Brezezinski, who was also at Columbia when Obama and Ayers were there. I’m wearing my tinfoil hat, Cinie!

    I can’t even get through Cinie’s writing. She’s a just a raging lunatic. But check out Bostonboomer who proves the old adage a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. She’s heard of these groups but ultimately unable to make sense of them or what they do so she resorts to the notion that is all just a CIA operation which of course is who runs the world.

  3. Obama’s mama and Geither’s daddy were CIA assets, if not more.

    She is insinuating that they were lovers?

  4. Oh god, somebody call Cinie’s doctor…

    Hey, thanks guys. Reading all those stories, pro and con, wild and sober, an awful lot of questions come to mind. If I had followed up on my thoughts about all of them at the time, the post would have been 5 times as long, and would have kept me up 3 days straight rather than just all night last night. I expect to be pulling on some of these threads for a while, even though exactly where they might lead is still a bit fuzzy in my head right now.

    More and more I’m expecting to go to Rumproast some day and find out that cinie is a composite character invented by Kevin K. and Betty Cracker.

  5. Oh looky. It looks like you have stalkers, Charles, and they’ sound skeeered:

    myiq2xu, on February 28th, 2009 at 5:07 pm Said:

    Oh, I forgot to put in a message for Chuckles:

    (o Y o)

    Boo(b)!

    G-cat, on February 28th, 2009 at 6:29 pm Said:

    myiq: He’s found a new home and he’s naming names he says he knows from writing here. Not screen names, myiq, supposedly real life names. It’s more than a little creepy.

    myiq2xu, on February 28th, 2009 at 6:43 pm Said:

    He’s gonna get himself sued since he’s violating TOS and invading people’s privacy.

    http://riverdaughter.wordpress.com/2009/02/28/stupid-should-hurt/#comment-311945

    Heh.

  6. Oh, they want to engage me in a blog war. Like I am going to waste bandwidth on them.

    They are actually very easy to mess with. I won’t give away my secrets but I have sent them into a tizzy on more than one occasion. They’ll spend days getting carried away over the most inane stuff.

  7. How ironic that their topic is called “stupid should hurt”. Those bigoted blatherers of bile would live in agony if it did.

    It is a minority thing watching these lot fail, but it is just so enjoyable.

  8. I predict that we will see their vindictive bile piled on Kathleen Sebelius once she is formally announced for HHS. Her “crime” of being a supporter of Barrack Obama during the Primaries will mean that all manner of hate will be on display.

  9. Sean, the correct sobriquet for our new HHS Secretary is “Backstabber Sebelius.” That’s from the comments for Murphy’s Saturday night Sexism is Powerful Laff Riot of stale Netcrap male-bashing jokes.

    That whole thing could be posted unedited on PUMAFAIL. “Madazzhel” pops up and calls the kitties on their raging hostility and hypocrisy, but she uses mild, rational language, which is always a mistake. More male and Obot-bashing hilarity ensues.

    Misandry, sexism, and hypocrisy aside, those were some sadly ancient, unoriginal and unfunny jokes. And a couple were reworked viola jokes. Once you go down the viola joke route, there’s really no hope for you.

  10. Hey now, as a former (bad) violist, I must defend the viola jokes! Though the idea of them being in the moronic hands of the Powerless Pussy Posse makes me sad, I’ll grant you.

  11. Kerry: are you saying you were bad, or that the viola was?

    Why do violists stand around outside houses?
    –Because they don’t know when to come in, and they can never find the key.

    My mother played the viola too.

  12. More pumafail from the delightful Beegle.

    jenniforhillary 02.28.09 at 7:47 pm

    There has never been a female serial murderer. Aileen Wurnous was NOT a serial murderer. She was a child abuse victim-cum-drug-addict who was living a Post trauma stress life on the streets and when her johns assaulted her she killed them because it triggered her survival mode. She did NOT look for johns to kill, she did NOT kill them and get a sexual thrill–two components that MUST be there to fit FBI def. of serial murderer

    If you accept her twisted logic, (of course to her prostitution is simply a male abuse), then she is excluded from the list of female serial killers, of course Myra Hindley did not exist, nor did Belle Guinness, Kate Bender, Mary Anne Cotton, Rose West, Sister Amy Gilligan, Kristen Gilbert and so many more I have simply dreamed up because I am an evil man.

  13. That whole thread is a comitragic masterpiece. The PUMAs once again try to justify their own lazy, broad-brush hatred of a class of people by arguing numbers on a scorecard of suffering.

    Murphy loves the “they’re much worse than we are” standby. She’s used it as a handy excuse for posting racist and sexist dreck that obviously gives her a tingle.

    I just wonder when “madazzhel” is going to tumble to the fact that PUMA has done nothing for women, with its FECK Obama(but don’t file FEC reports ourselves) and ERA (We had no idea it hadn’t passed! But now we will do what all those groups who’ve been working on it for decades can’t–Roar!)groups.

    Except take their money. It’s the only thing Murphy has demonstrated a proficiency at.

  14. Sean, I haven’t looked into the female killers you mention, but aren’t they more of the practical, Keep-the-old-buzzards’-Social-Security-checks-a-comin sort of murderers, than sexual psychopaths?

    The victims are, of course, just as dead. And if the PUMAs are going to argue that murder at the hands of a sexual psychopath is worse than murder at the hands of a nice practical mercenary, than they don’t know slow poisoning.

  15. Of the serial murderesses, a fair number are child killers. The Keep-the-old-buzzards’-Social-Security-checks-a-comin types would not normally be serial killers.

    Of one off murders I do not know the proportion of male to female, but I guess that J4H would say that almost all were valid as a “survival mode”.

  16. Ulla, do you know why playing a viola solo is like wetting your pants? Both give you a nice warm sensation while everyone else around you backs away quickly.

  17. Kerry,

    What’s the difference between a viola and a trampoline?

    You take off your shoes to jump on a trampoline.

    We’re getting dangerously OT here, but I also love this one:

    What’s the usual orchestration of a string quartet?

    A good violinist, a bad violinist, someone who used to be a violinist, and someone who hates violinists.

    Okay, I’m done. Please don’t shoot the ukulele player.

  18. Aileen Wurnous was NOT a serial murderer. She was a child abuse victim-cum-drug-addict who was living a Post trauma stress life on the streets and when her johns assaulted her she killed them because it triggered her survival mode.

    Jesus. I’m pretty sure at least one of Wuornos’ victims was a good Samaritan whom she robbed and killed when he stopped to render roadside assistance. Regardless, killing “johns” is no more okay than killing prostitutes or anyone else for that matter. I’m sure, as usual, the pac let that deranged serial killer apologia slide.

  19. There is a far different picture of Wuornos in the book “Lethal Intent”, written by Sue Russell.
    http://www.suerussellwrites.com/monster.htm

    Wuornos’ alleged rapist was found, shot in the back, with his pants zipped, his belt buckled, and his pockets turned inside out. Asked on the stand about the bullet’s trajectory, which didn’t match her story about it, she coolly replied, “I thought he was too decomposed to tell.”

    She also arrived home from her encounter with him unruffled, according to the testimony of her girlfriend. She came in, sat down, and said, “I killed a man today.”

    Russell inadvertantly wrote a rebuttal to the entire PUMA ethos:

    “When we change the story of this wounded but vicious woman to make her more a heroic victim than a coldblooded killer, we miss an opportunity. Far more valuable than another cookie-cutter Hollywood defense of a downtrodden, abused woman would be a film that confronted the truth of Aileen’s life and rage directly, both for the window that truth offers into the psychology and pathology of female murderers, and for what it says about women’s capacity for violence, as well as American society and the culture of celebrity and fame it nourishes.”

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