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And I read this one part on global warming about how they got -- what was the first thing they did to get people to exterminate the Jews. Now, I'm not saying that anybody's going to -- you know Al Gore's not going to be rounding up Jews and exterminating them. It is the same tactic, however. The goal is different. The goal is globalization. The goal is global carbon tax. The goal is the United Nations running the world. That is the goal. Back in the 1930s, the goal was get rid of all of the Jews and have one global government.

You got to have an enemy to fight. And when you have an enemy to fight, then you can unite the entire world behind you, and you seize power. That was Hitler's plan. His enemy: the Jew. Al Gore's enemy, the U.N.'s enemy: global warming.

That was, actually, the real quote, zero irony.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 13.05.2007 @ 16:34


Rick, you have to admit the leftist will always resort to conspiracy theories and people being in CYA mode in the Bush Administration in order to swallow the pathetic lies of the left.

Funny that you talk about conspiracy theories, when it's Rick pushing baseless conspiracy theories about Howard Dean personally calling governor to politicize this.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 11.05.2007 @ 10:51

There are other ways to stop foreign fighters from coming into Iraq via Syria.

So, in short you don't care about the soldiers and civilians dying in Iraq (the flow of foreign fighters from Syria is reported to be halved after Pelosi's visit), because of some _post hoc ergo propter hoc_ fantasies about dissidents that were going to jail anyway? And the fact that warming up of relationships lead to _better_ chances for dissidents, not worse, is also beyond you?
And the fact that some Syrian dissidents think that Bush is the worst thing that happened to Syria is unimportant, given the fact that there are other dissidents that just hate Pelosi.

This is just self-fulfilling prophecy logic: "let's turn Syria into North Korea, and then they will kill their opposition in summary executions, and then we will further isolate them, and then it will be _worse_ than North Korea, and then we will bomb them a little, and then they will send half of their population into GULAGs and then let's make it a little bit worse..."

BTW, speaking about foreign fighters, have you at least heard about Assad father's massacres of Muslim Brothers? Do you at least acknowledge the fact that Islamists that enter Iraq from Syria are not government's friends, but their enemies?

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 10.05.2007 @ 11:12


Rick Moran rounds up leftist reaction, the gist of which naturally is that these guys were rank amateurs who couldn’t possibly have done any damage even though they were looking to buy AK-47s and Kalashnikovs

Funny, HotAir is supposed to be a pro-gun site, but Allah somehow manages not to know that you can't buy AK-47s and Kalashnikovs since AK-47s _are_ Kalashnikovs? It's like the most trivial thing about guns there is.

And, Rick,
1) Sure that "question the timing" on FDL is stupid.
2) But the problem with "John Does" per Malkin is not that they are _vigilant patriots_, but that her manifesto is plain crazy, with such bits as:

I will resist the imposition of sharia principles and sharia law in my taxi cab, my restaurant, my community pool, the halls of Congress, our national monuments, the radio and television airwaves, and all public spaces.

3) Wonkette is a humor site that regularly writes outrageous nonsense like "Bush Jr. preparing to hide in South America". It's totally useless to try to look there for any kind of political ideas. Same thing for Ace who thinks that he caught Wonkette believing in Karl Rove conspiracy theories.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 9.05.2007 @ 09:39


BTW, the truther's candidate of choice is likely Ron Paul, not Kucinich.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 9.05.2007 @ 18:33

Howard Dean also intimated as much – several times.

Howard Dean suggested that Bush tried to cover up his pre-9/11 negligence on the terrorist threat. This is quite a natural assumption supported by many facts and has nothing to do with "9/11 was an inside job" craziness.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 6.05.2007 @ 07:38

I’m not quite sure how you can interpret the question “Do you believe George Bush had advance knowledge of 9/11?” the way “Nicolay” does.

Again, according to Rick's reading, 59% of _all_ Americans either believe or consider it possible that CIA was a part of 9/11 conspiracy. Does it make any sense at all?

Answer this simple question yourself: do you believe that Bush had no advance knowledge of 9/11? I.e., that he had no information whatsoever about the heightened possibility of major terrorist attack on US soil? You can't really argue that he was _that_ careless and incompetent.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 6.05.2007 @ 07:30

have 61% of the “Reality Based Community” who have lost touch with reality and should be declared certifiably insane.

The same poll gives 59% of the general population on the "Did CIA know in advance". I can't see any significant difference between Bush and CIA here, so, according to your logic, 59% of American population is certifiably insane. This is a bold assumption.
It's almost a veto-proof majority, which means that, according to your logic, USA should be declared a rogue nation -- the world cannot afford taking seriously a country that is dominated by lunatics.

I think it makes more sense to reconsider what the poll answers really mean.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 5.05.2007 @ 16:14

Again, do you consider thinking that Bush did not do a good job preventing 9/11 an example of conspiracy theory?
The other question is "Did the CIA Know About the 9/11 Attacks in Advance?". The answer is, certainly, yes, it did, otherwise it would be totally useless, but it did not know enough to prevent them.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 5.05.2007 @ 16:03

The way the question is framed, it could easily mean "whether Bush had access to information that, were he to take different actions, would help prevent 9/11" -- and it's quite a reasonable assumption.
In fact, it's indisputable fact that he did, indeed, know about a very high possibility of terrorist attack in USA. This is not about conspiracy, only about the level of competence.

Comment Posted By Nikolay On 5.05.2007 @ 15:51

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