Drooling Idiot of the Week

Untitled document Vox Day: "If it took the Germans less than four years to rid themselves of 6 million Jews, many of whom spoke German and were fully integrated into German society, it couldn't possibly take more than eight years to deport 12 million illegal aliens, many of whom don't speak English and are not integrated into American society"

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2 thoughts on “Drooling Idiot of the Week”

  1. I notice that your drooling idiot has removed the reference to 6 million Jews whilst leaving the rest of his comment in place. Maybe he didn’t really intend to propose genocide for ‘illegal aliens’, merely some sort of Guantanamo solution.

    Since he’s clearly the sort of fool who believes in UFOs, fairies and extraterrestials, as well as in gods, I’d be extremely grateful if he were to be decent enough to stay at home and not try to export his wacky extremist views.

    Well done for the ‘Impeach Bush’ initiative. From the outside the USA looks as if it’s content with the Bush cabal, so it’s good to know that there are still unsilenced voices of reason.

  2. Well, the USA certainly isn’t content with Bush. He has an approval rating in the high 20’s/low 30’s right now, which is lower than any President in the last 25 years. All except his most ideologically committed supporters, those who have Kool-Aid running in their veins, are starting to turn on him. The problem is that the country isn’t any more supportive of Democrats, mostly because the Dems have spent the last 20 years in a supine position, and in some cases, fleeing straight into the arms of the Right (cf., Hillary Clinton, Charles Schumer).

    Vox Day is actually Theodore Beale, a science-fiction writer who’s written a series of “Christian” SF novels called “Eternal Warriors.” Based on his commentary writing, reading these novels is number 15,872 on my “To Do” list right after “drive a rusty metal spike into my testicles” but before “listen to the complete works of Celine Dion.” I doubt that he believes in fairies, except in the sense of insufficiently masculine men who need to be battered to death and then burn in hell.

    I think in these days, we don’t need to let Godwin’s Law shame us away from proper, literal use of the term “fascist.” Vox Day/Theodore Beale is clearly a fascist, in the correct socio-political sense; after five years of Bush, it should be perfectly clear to any but the most stupid that GWB’s agenda is a fascist one as well.

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