Buseo wins its customary rounding error of the hundredth percentile of the German vote


Cue Leesburg directed typing on Obama commenting, fearing in cower, over the Larouche Organization.  And Cue, well some piece of at least moderately understandable bs such as this.  I’ve said about all that can really be said about that, repeatedly.
As for Ann Coulter, and her “Liberal Plants”.  In the Chris Elliott “novel” Into Hot Air, Michael Moore admits that he is a right-wing plant, and states that the Liberals have their own set of plants with people like Ann Coulter.  Oh wait… that’s a spoiler.  Damned.  Now I’ve completely ruined Chris Elliott’s “novel” for everybody.

Incidentally:  Why is this letter writer defending Rachel Brown’s question at (and at is the proper word there) Barney Frank? (A slight bit of balancing here, which is something I’ve read there and here, but tend to doubt.)  It’s a little depressing:

How much longer will we allow personal gain to take precedence over the greater good of this country? When are we going to learn to work towards consensus and not against each other in a struggle to gain political power? How is it we have created a political system and a society in which we are so mistrustful of one another that we can no longer even sit at the same table and talk about issues reasonably?

Are we bent on self destruction?

OR… to move this further from the “Left” / “Right” paradigm:

LaRoucheisright / August 7, 2009 11:23 pm
The problem starts when you presuppose that the fight is between democrats and republicans.
The fight is between The slime-mold Oligarchy that runs this Ponzi scheme global financial system, and Lyndon LaRouche! When LaRouche
August 9, 2009 9:12 pm
Merlin is obviously one who still believes everything the media tells him. Well lucky for him that will change soon. LaRouche said August 12 is the deadline, end of the road for this system.

And here’s Gerald Pechenuk, ladies and gentlemen!  Celebrating a typical Buseo triumph in the German elections — Hegla Zepp Larouche is Mrs. .05 percent!

Another way of pointing to this “Way Different Axis” is to post this:
September 22, 2009 (LPAC)–As unusual, the interval up to Oct. 12-15, must be treated as a highly probable point at which everything begins to disintegrate throughout the world, especially for the U.S.A. itself. For most of you, and I include the individuals within our association, this is not yet a personal reality – – yet. You have your personal schedule, which exists in simple clock-time, or a date on a calendar, but for most of you – – even you! – – world-time and personal-time tend to be disconnected notions of actuality.

Meanwhile, as of as early as Oct. 12-15, personal life as you have thought you knew it, could come suddenly to a jolting end. Compare it to an adult on the streets of Manhattan (for example) on the early morning of Dec. 7, 1941. Passers-by do a double-take as they hear someone exclaim in angered protest: “But, I had an important appointment scheduled for today!”

It might not happen between exactly Oct. 12-15, 2009, but it is on the way for some time near that, as of now. There has never been the danger of a recession, or even a depression during the recent three years; what will happen now, and soon, is a general breakdown- crisis throughout the entire planet, a crisis which feels to the victim as like “World War III” when it hits. Even so, even among you, some people will be protesting that they have one or another sort of personal plan for the day that ordinary minutes on the clock feel like hours-long torture by an eon of hopelessness, because they have refused to consider that such an event as that could ever actually happen, not to someone else, but to them.

What I am doing, or, better said, what some other people see as on my agenda, but not their own, will, for that reason, overtake them unprepared. For that reason, such individuals, even among us, will panic, because their confidence that it could never happen to them has caught them unprepared for what they had brushed aside with words such as, “They would never let that happen!”

Don’t bother me with that. On the day the dam breaks, I will be so busy with really important things which I alone am really prepared to do, that I will have no time for telling you that it didn’t really happen.

Yeah, it’s… what it is.  If you guys keep this up the Zombie Defamation League is going to file a lawsuit.

Here we see a member of that org (Howeard Gibson) accuse a fan of punk rock of being a fan of punk rock, which I think they view as British Imperialism or something.  Which is why they have a problem with American or UK sources in editing wikipedia. I’m beginning to think you don’t like any U.S. or U.K. sources. Will Beback talk 19:14, 27 September 2009 (UTC) (Where we also see Leatherstocking attempt a Holy Grail in slashing away “Beyond Pscyhoanalysis.”)  That and the better to sneak in the “Huge in Russia” thesis.
It appears there’s a new Krusty the Clown sock puppet nom de plome on wikipedia, who wants to pull the articles under the rule of this.  It is to laugh, and a reminder always take the wikipedia articles as things to be taken with a grain or two of salt.  The org has clearly seen that in their recent “Most Newsworthy (of sorts) in Two Decades” stint, a lot of people chunk up the wikipedia articles.

Anyway, it could be worse for Buseo.  They could be the Die Tierschutzpartei party… if I’m reading this chart right.  It makes sense if you’re harking against the American president.  And they say Europeans find the American debate on Health Care Policy bizarre… which it is, but not as bizarre as Buseo.

4 Responses to “Buseo wins its customary rounding error of the hundredth percentile of the German vote”

  1. rachel holmes Says:

    Let’s not omit to mention that Leatherstocking over at Wikipedia, who appears to be the latest incarnation of the Voice of LaRouche, is named to recall one of the LaRouche movement’s fetishes, James Fenimore Cooper.

  2. Justin Says:

    “Leatherstocking” has been at it for a long while now, the stable puppet as opposed the various new versions of “HerschelKurstofsky” that pop up. There’s a mildly amusing thing going on here, with Leatherstocking feigning a “I’m neutral, putting this back in balance!” stance, and later feigning to (in a recent “Arbitration” session with a wikipedia editor not involved in any of these edits — “Fresh Eyes” the theory goes — laying out boiler-plate “Wikipedia Principles”, calibrating Centers between Extremes it appears) a “It seems that if anyone comes across as pro-Larouche, they get banned.”
    I refuse to believe he thinks he’s kidding anyone.

    Looking a bit more, it appears the person I tagged as a “new sockpuppet” is just a long time wikipedia editor who strolled in to this topic. But it remains that what he offered up would guide the entry toward ridiculousness and out of reality.

    Apparently the “Dennis King” wikipedia entry was deleted. I thought I would have noticed the arbitration for such a thing. I have no particular opinion one way or the other for such a deletion, but it does lead to some salivating from Leatherstocking — who appears to hold the view that everything in the UK and US media about Larouche is defacto King.
    (Then again, he also seems to hold the view that Berlet is defacto King, and Berlet has a wikipedia entry.)

    In other news:
    Also, progenitors of Obama Hitler:

    ST. LOUIS — Kitty Werthmann has made quite a career out of warning Americans that fascism is on its way. The 84-year-old native Austrian survived the excesses of the Third Reich and, in her dotage as a leader of the South Dakota branch of the Eagle Forum, recorded tapes and videos explaining just how Hitler took power. She made her case during George W. Bush’s presidency, but the audience was small–fringe conservative activists, radio hosts like Alex Jones. Then came President Barack Obama. On Saturday, at the “How to Take Back America” conference, Werthmann found herself speaking to an overflowing room of conservative activists about the parallels between Obama and the rise of Hitler.

    “We had prayer in school before we started class, and after class,” said Werthmann. “One day I came into the classroom and the crucifix was gone, and there was Hitler’s picture, and the Nazi flag on either side. And our teacher said, ‘Today we don’t pray anymore. We sing ‘Deutschland, Deutschland Uber Alles.’”

    The audience of mostly female conservative activists murmured; some of them scrawled out detailed notes, shaking their heads at what they were hearing. It had been a few days since Fox News reported that a New Jersey school had children sing a song of praise to President Obama. They kept on writing and listening as Werthmann explained how Hitler had euthanized mentally handicapped children, and how he’d kept lists of political enemies.

    And now left-wing conspiranoia:
    Interspersed into these corridors of darkness

  3. Justin Says:

    I find this interesting in the “Is s/he serious?” vein?:
    Hopefully not serious. But if serious, I sincerely hope that posting these things is a salve to his schizophrenia.

    Rinse, Lather, Repeat.

  4. Justin Says:

    On the “Nazi Health Care” beat:

    And shouldn’t we get some applause from Leesburg over Obama not meeting with the Dahli Lama?
    … Sort of similar to their applause of Obama’s bad gift to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, though that was at a time of equivication before every snotched toenail clipping Obama does became an Impeachable Offense.

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