December 09, 2003
Welcome to Wingnutville

Oh, hey, remember when we told you the world was going to end, but, like, it didn't actually end, it just sort of sat there and sucked like usual? Well, it turns out we were listening to the wrong bunch! Instead, we've found a much more convincing argument that the US will be experiencing a Holocaust oh, just any damned day now:

The infrastructure is set up. There are at least 130 concentration camps — quietly modified facilities which have sprung up and continue to spring up across the country, seemingly devoid of activity, yet requiring strange accoutrements such as barbed wire-topped fencing (with the tops turned inward) and helicopter wind socks.
Who will be doing the actual picking up? Foreign ‘cops’ (United Nations Internal Security Forces). Over 30 foreign military bases under the United Nations flag are already set up in the US., all with the approval of special appointees in high Federal positions. These bases are already manned with over ONE MILLION troops from Russia, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Great Britain, Nicaragua, and Asian countries.

See! See! I told you those British were a crafty bunch, not to be trusted one bit no sir-ree-bob. And we all know what an utter threat to world stability that crack army from Nicaragua is.

From the dates this looks like it came from Right Wingnutville some time in the middle of the Clinton administration. Yet it looks oh-so-similar to some of the stuff coming out of Left Wingnutville right now. Belief is a circular construction. If you drive far enough out onto the extreme, you'll eventually meet up with people coming from the other direction.

Posted by scott at December 09, 2003 02:22 PM

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Some days I feel like I'm the only person left on the face of the planet who respects both Bush and Clinton. There's a lot that both have done wrong, but there's also a lot they've done right.

Posted by: Tatterdemalian on December 9, 2003 03:10 PM

Nah, I'm right with you.

I thought Clinton was a weenie. Most of his cabinet too. But I respected him in that he was the president. I'm a--

[sound of two loud THUDS]

Oh... hang on a minute...

[steps walk away, two splashes of water, steps walk back]

Sorry, had to go revive Joshua and my mom.

Anyway. I'm a Republican so I actually like Bush (see guys, aliens haven't replaced me!) but I think at least some of his cabinet are weenies (c.f. Ashcroft, John).

Posted by: scott on December 9, 2003 03:31 PM
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