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Secretary of State–Synagogue of Satan: You say tomato…

imageThe Birthers have found a tabloid that will print things even WorldNetDaily wouldn’t touch. It’s Pravda.ru, a web site in Russia. Their English section has been home to American commentators Mark McGrew and Sam Sewell. McGrew has written something really bizarre that appeared in today’s edition of Pravda.ru titled: Georgia’s SOS Synagogue1 of Satan Brian Kemp. Wowzers! McGrew weaves quite a story from which I excerpt:

Brian Kemp is not an ignorant man. But he is a stupid man. All dishonest people are stupid. The reason they cheat is because they are too stupid to win by playing by the rules.

Brian Kemp aligned with a bad ruling. The word "bad" in this story, in ancient times meant "evil". God was good, Satan was evil. God’s advice and work was good. Satan’s advice and work was evil.

The Synagogue of Satan is the collective body of bad people. We call it the SOS. It is an evil mind set that is in all cultures across the world. If a person is evil he is a member of the Synagogue of Satan. In this article SOS means only Synagogue Of Satan.

SOS Brian Kemp took the side of a bad decision made by an obviously evil man, Michael Malihi. He based his decision to side with Michael Malihi on the facts: 1. The Obama attorney presented NO EVIDENCE to prove Obama was eligible to be on the Georgia ballot which is the law in Georgia. The applicant is required by law to prove he is eligible. 2. The Obama attorney did not even show up to court, as ordered by a legally issued subpoena.

The crazy runs strong…

I will give McGrew credit for bringing to light one useless fact that I didn’t know. Obama’s attorney in Georgia, Michael Jablonski, is a member of Kemp’s 15-member Election Advisory Council. However, one can hardly be surprised that the counsel for the Democratic Party of Georgia would be on the state’s Election Advisory Council.

McGrew leaves some good parting advice:

When you read an article in some publication and you see people in the comment section lying, posting false information or harassing other posters, just put their name in the SOS list and ignore them. Let them rant all they want. Just ignore them and they usually get hysterical, just like any 5 year old spoiled brat. It’s actually quite fun to watch!

That agrees with something Sterngard Friegen said at the Fogbow:

I was very much hoping this would stay the Georgia thread, so I exercised the Jablonski Empty Chair Technique®, stayed away from posting anything, and mirabile dictu the highjackings all went away.

Wondrous things the Jablonski Empty Chair Technique® will do.


1The term “synagogue of Satan” comes from the Bible, Rev. 3:9.

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33 Responses to Secretary of State–Synagogue of Satan: You say tomato…

  1. avatar
    Paul February 9, 2012 at 10:10 pm #

    Wow… and I thought Canada Free Press was bad…

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    GeorgetownJD February 9, 2012 at 10:40 pm #

    Counsel for the Georgia Republican Party also is a member of the Election Advisory Council.

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    Paul Pieniezny February 10, 2012 at 5:02 am #

    But that threadjack about Native Americans did teach me something. Charles Curtis almost certainly had the middle name Brent.

    http://books.google.be/books?id=sfmPmrL0N3kC&pg=PA607&lpg=PA607&dq=charles+brent+curtis&source=bl&ots=ipomSMfxPa&sig=lcnc3ergi12og96n3D70A-TouUw&hl=nl&sa=X&ei=zi40T_b5CYHb0QXfvpW0Ag&ved=0CCgQ6AEwATgU#v=onepage&q=charles%20brent%20curtis&f=false

    Unfortunately, there is already a Wikipedia article on another guy called Charles Brent Curtis.

  4. avatar
    Lupin February 10, 2012 at 7:13 am #

    Where can one join the SOS. It sounds like a cool organization.

  5. avatar
    Paul Pieniezny February 10, 2012 at 7:34 am #

    “The term “synagogue of Satan” comes from the Bible, Rev. 3:9.”

    They should have read on till Revelation 5, which describes Dr Orly Taitz Esq WBUH in the DC entering the vault.

    “him who sat on the throne” is of course Governor Abercrombie, the “scroll with writing on both sides and sealed with seven seals” is the vault copy BC.

    I think the four living creatures must be the Beatles singing “Michelle”. It all makes pertfect sense.

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    Paul Pieniezny February 10, 2012 at 7:36 am #

    My version of Malwarebytes blocks access to pravda.ru, by the way.

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 10, 2012 at 8:13 am #

    I think this concept could make a nice story. Hawaii is covering this up because they know that in the vault where Obama’s certificate belongs, there is a terrible prophecy of destruction, so horrific that they won’t reveal it for fear of widespread panic …

    Paul Pieniezny: “him who sat on the throne” is of course Governor Abercrombie, the “scroll with writing on both sides and sealed with seven seals” is the vault copy BC.

  8. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy February 10, 2012 at 8:54 am #

    Wow, two Satan articles in a row. I promise not to go all weird on you.

  9. avatar
    Thomas Brown February 10, 2012 at 9:01 am #

    I just posted this response to McGrew’s screed at pravda.ru:

    “Oooh… the psychosis is staggering.

    All Birther arguments, that Mr. Obama is not eligible for the Presidency, have been proven to be utter and complete lies. My Russian friends, don’t believe a word of it.

    The Congressional Research Service, the legal research department that both parties have always used when they want an absolutely rock-solid legal basis upon which to formulate their legislation, found Mr. Obama to be eligible not once, but twice– before and after his election. By a landslide, I might add.

    His enemies are clever, well-funded, and have a lot of free time to dream up all sorts of nonsense attacking his status as our leader and his character. Unlike his opponents in this election, he has never committed adultery, been sanctioned for ethics violations, or destroyed whole companies and thousands of jobs to increase his personal fortunes. He was raised by a single mother in Kansas, and got where he is today on his hard work and personal merits alone.

    Judge Mahili and SOS Kemp are not, as the writer here would have you believe, finding in a way that is counter to the intent of the Constitution or the current legal interpretation of who is eligible. For instance, Bill Richardson was one of the contenders in the Republican Presidential Primary in 2008… his parents were Mexican, and not citizens when he was born. Bobby Jindal was mentioned as a possible R candidate… his parents were Indian, also not citizens. Two of the Designated Survivors during the Bush administration (who are kept away from large government gatherings, just in case) had non-citizen parents.

    Why did they not object to THEIR eligibility to succeed to the Presidency? Because they weren’t Democrats, and they weren’t black.

    The whole thing is utter baloney, and racism plays a huge part in the animus against our President. They just can’t stand a competent, intelligent, compassionate and brave leader who is half African-American. They have done everything they can to stifle America’s economic recovery, just so he wouldn’t get credit for it…. they hate him enough to throw the interests of America overboard in their struggle to destroy him.

    So much so, that the Republicans are (and have been) planning to steal the next election, depriving the people of their Democratic choice of their leader. The only high-profile convictions for voter fraud since the last election have all been Republicans. They will, like Richard Nixon, stop at nothing– no matter how illegal, immoral, or dishonest– to keep Mr. Obama from being re-elected.

    Don’t take my word for it; do your own research. Just don’t do it among those who are dedicated entirely to spreading false information about Mr. Obama. And those of us who are his rational and intelligent supporters don’t insist that you like or support him, just that your opinion be grounded in fact, not looney-tunes conspiracy theories and baseless right-wing propaganda.”

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 10, 2012 at 9:53 am #

    That’s a nice piece of writing. I only have one quibble: Barack Obama is half-African, not half African-American.

    Thomas Brown: I just posted this response to McGrew’s screed at pravda.ru:

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 10, 2012 at 10:02 am #

    This brings to mind a question I have: who reads the English section of Pravda.ru? Is it Russians learning English? I can’t think of Americans in a any numbers going there.

    Alexa.com says of Pravda.ru: “Based on internet averages, pravda.ru is visited more frequently by males who are over 65 years old, are graduate school educated and browse this site from home.”

    Pravda.ru ranks # 332 in Russia (WorldNetDaily is # 620 in the US) and # 10,527 in the United States. Our own tabloid, the National Enquirer ranks # 5,198 in the US.

    One should take Alexa articles with a grain of salt because it only measures people who are willing to install their tool bar.

    Thomas Brown: My Russian friends, don’t believe a word of it.

  12. avatar
    Daniel February 10, 2012 at 10:12 am #

    Funny thing is that the people who now go to Pravda for thier information would have spent at least half thier lives railing against a coming Russian invasion.

  13. avatar
    Thomas Brown February 10, 2012 at 10:33 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    That’s a nice piece of writing. I only have one quibble: Barack Obama is half-African, not half African-American.

    Right you are Sir. And thank you; right back atcha.

    I’m sure I make occasional slight factual blunders, but I am prepared to defend the basic import of my arguments at any time. Especially considering the right-wingers’ stock in trade is undiluted unabashed bullguano.

    Speaking of which, I may join the conversation at RCRadio Tuesday night if I can. Bring it on, Birfers; your assumption (and Herman Cain’s) that we are ill-informed and stupid shall meet its Waterloo.

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    ASK Esq February 10, 2012 at 10:34 am #

    Synagogue of Satan played my senior prom.

    They rocked.

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    sactosintolerant February 10, 2012 at 10:36 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    That’s a nice piece of writing. I only have one quibble: Barack Obama is half-African, not half African-American.

    True, but let us not forget that other half that gives him his Kansan, anti-coastal mindset.

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    y_p_w February 10, 2012 at 10:53 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy: This brings to mind a question I have: who reads the English section of Pravda.ru? Is it Russians learning English? I can’t think of Americans in a any numbers going there.

    Alexa.com says of Pravda.ru: “Based on internet averages, pravda.ru is visited more frequently by males who are over 65 years old, are graduate school educated and browse this site from home.”

    I would think that specific articles might show up on Google News searches.

  17. avatar
    Majority Will February 10, 2012 at 10:56 am #

    ASK Esq:
    Synagogue of Satan played my senior prom.

    They rocked.

    On your feet or on your knees.

  18. avatar
    Majority Will February 10, 2012 at 10:58 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    Wow, two Satan articles in a row. I promise not to go all weird on you.

    “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.”

    [source: “Fear and Loathing at the Super Bowl” (Rolling Stone #155, (28 February 1974); republished in Gonzo Papers, Vol. 1: The Great Shark Hunt: Strange Tales from a Strange Time (1979), p. 49]

  19. avatar
    Patrick McKInnion February 10, 2012 at 10:59 am #

    For a long time in the early days of Birtherstani, the holy trinity of news and “journalism” was Pravda.ru, The Globe Magazine, and Canada Free Press.

    And Mark McGrew was at Pravda Online even then, writing articles about Philip Berg. Though his classic seems to be this 13 October 2010 piece

    http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/13-10-2010/115351-american_military_officer-0/

    This one was particularly of interest because of this part:

    “…Obama going out of his way to insult every World leader he meets, there are only three options to restore the operations of the American government to it’s rightful owners:

    1. We the People, take to the streets and forcibly remove every anti-American politician and government employee and/or forcibly remove any politician or government employee that the People “perceive” to be anti-American.
    2. The United States Military must do a “surgical strike” to permanently remove the correctly identified anti-American forces in government positions.
    3. Foreign intervention of overwhelming force.

    There are no other options. All other options have been exhausted.”

    Basically, his options boil down to:

    1) Supporting armed rebellion with the resulting overthrow of a democratically-elected government and President, as well as the overthrow of the US Constitution.

    2) Supporting a military coup with the resulting overthrow of a democratically-elected government and President, as well as the overthrow of the US Constitution.

    3) Supporting a foreign power to invade the United States, with the resulting overthrow of a democratically-elected government and President, as well as the overthrow of the US Constitution.

    He also wrote a 13 January 2009 ode to the KKK as well. It was written under the name “Kevin Righter”, but McGrew’s website listed it as one of his until he appeared on the member list for the “Birther Summit” and scubbed his site.

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    goodgravy February 10, 2012 at 11:03 am #

    you want a real hoot? go back into McGrew’s archive and see his catologue. it goes back into 2008, repeating every lie, smear, innuendo and half-truth that has ever been uttered about Obama. it starts after the general election and before the electoral college. he claims Obama hasn’t been elected anything yet, blah, blah……

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    Patrick McKinnion February 10, 2012 at 11:45 am #

    goodgravy:
    you want a real hoot? go back into McGrew’s archive and see his catologue.it goes back into 2008, repeating every lie, smear, innuendo and half-truth that has ever been uttered about Obama. it starts after the general election and before the electoral college.he claims Obama hasn’t been elected anything yet, blah, blah……

    Well, let’s see:

    On 30 October 2008, he wrote about Philip Berg’s original lawsuit and made claims about Obama being a Muslim. On 11 November 2008 he claimed Obama hadn’t been elected because the Electoral College hadn’t voted yet. He continued the birther claims on 2 December 2008, (expressing hope the Supreme Court would rule him invalid), and on 8 December 2008 as well. He spewed forth the claims about Obama’s law license being invalid because it didn’t list “Barry Soetoro” as another name on 18 December 2008, and ratcheted up the birther myths on 24 December 2008.

    16 March 2009 had part one of an article talking about Kerchner’s lawsuit and Dr. Orly’s harassment of Justice Scalia. 17 March 2009 had his covering Dr. Orly’s harassment of Chief Justice Roberts in Moscow, Idaho, ending in a “Save us Dr. Orly, you’re our only hope.” message. 12 April 2009 had his support of the “American Grand Jury” He went quiet for over a year after that on birther-related subjects.

    Then on 7 June 2010 he wrote in Pravda an article about James Manning’s play trial.

  22. avatar
    Thomas Brown February 10, 2012 at 11:48 am #

    “…Obama going out of his way to insult every World leader he meets…”

    Hey, at least he didn’t throw up on any of them.

  23. avatar
    Steve February 10, 2012 at 2:47 pm #

    Thomas Brown:
    “…Obama going out of his way to insult every World leader he meets…”

    Hey, at least he didn’t throw up on any of them.

    I thought he was bowing to them.

  24. avatar
    Bob February 10, 2012 at 2:58 pm #

    Paul Pieniezny:
    My version of Malwarebytes blocks access to pravda.ru, by the way.

    Me too.

  25. avatar
    Keith February 10, 2012 at 6:03 pm #

    Thomas Brown: He was raised by a single mother in Kansas,…

    Is that why we can’t find anyone who can remember him in Hawai’i?

  26. avatar
    Thomas Brown February 11, 2012 at 11:52 am #

    Keith: Is that why we can’t find anyone who can remember him in Hawai’i?

    See? This is why Birfer-Baiting is so hard… I can’t tell if Keith is a smart guy being funny or a serious, dimwit Troll.

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    Rickey February 11, 2012 at 12:52 pm #

    Thomas Brown: See?This is why Birfer-Baiting is so hard… I can’t tell if Keith is a smart guy being funny or a serious, dimwit Troll.

    He’s a smart guy being funny.

  28. avatar
    Thomas Brown February 11, 2012 at 1:42 pm #

    Rickey: He’s a smart guy being funny.

    Yeah, now that I’ve read Keith’s other posts, I can see that. The problem is, comedy often relies on laughable exaggeration, and the Birfers’ spittle-flecked outrage is almost impossible to exaggerate for comic value. Hence my momentary confusion.

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    Majority Will February 11, 2012 at 1:57 pm #

    Thomas Brown: Yeah, now that I’ve read Keith’s other posts, I can see that.The problem is, comedy often relies on laughable exaggeration, and the Birfers’ spittle-flecked outrage is almost impossible to exaggerate for comic value.Hence my momentary confusion.

    Perhaps some posts should end with (TOSM).*

    *Turn on Sarcasm Meter.

    But then again, I guess we wouldn’t get honest reactions?

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    G February 11, 2012 at 3:43 pm #

    Poe’s Law in effect.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe%27s_law

    Thomas Brown: Yeah, now that I’ve read Keith’s other posts, I can see that. The problem is, comedy often relies on laughable exaggeration, and the Birfers’ spittle-flecked outrage is almost impossible to exaggerate for comic value. Hence my momentary confusion.

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    Thomas Brown February 11, 2012 at 3:54 pm #

    G:

    Thanks for the link. I’d never heard of Poe’s Law, but have had all too much experience with its basis.

    I’ve more often taken actual extremism for satire than the other way ’round.

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    G February 11, 2012 at 4:00 pm #

    Sadly, these days, it has become almost impossible to distinguish one from the other…

    Thomas Brown: I’ve more often taken actual extremism for satire than the other way ’round.

  33. avatar
    Keith February 11, 2012 at 5:35 pm #

    Am i a Man
    Dreaming myself a Butterfly?
    Or a Butterfly
    Dreaming myself a Man?