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Internet Hitler Weeps for Planned Parenthood

Tuesday, July 28, AD 2015

 

Steve Hayward at Powerline gives us the dismay of Internet Hitler at the chaos caused to Planned Parenthood Worse Than Murder, Inc. by the undercover videos of The Center for Medical Progress.  Hitler and his colleagues are increasingly, in hindsight, merely unsuccessful vendors of the product of mass murder of one group of people to produce better living for another group.  Worse Than Murder, Inc. has demonstrated how the product can be marketed successfully:

1.  Use euphemisms like products of conception and reproductive rights to hide the reality of the mass slaying of innocents.

2.  Make sure that your chosen victims are voiceless and have zip political influence.

3.  Employ religious bigotry against those who complain of the mass murders.

4.  Define your victims as non-human, so their millions of deaths somehow do not count.

5.  Get the news and entertainment industries on your side, so that your victims will be forgotten as well as murdered, while your organization will be lauded and all criticism of it spiked by friendly “reporters”.

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  • 9. Have bishops claim that a politician’s support for tax rate increases on the richest 20% offsets his support for abortion.

  • 10. Allow high-profile, pro-infanticide politicians to continue calling themselves Catholic.

  • 11. Infiltrate elementary schools using “safe sex” as a means to introduce abortion as a safe and acceptable solution if contraceptive’s fail.

  • One line to be added to Herr Fuurer’s rant.
    “But, then ve must think how many more little lives ve can squeeze into one train….saving fuel and reducing that evil CO2 polluting the Fatherland?”

  • 12. Siphon “abstinence education” millions from government – state and federal – using entities of, by and for Planned Parenthood, but without the PP name, by touting baby killing, drug abortions, and without-parental-knowledge implanted IUDs as “abstinence plus.” Guy McClung, San Antonio, Texas, once USA now USSA

  • 12. Keep the Worse than Murder, Inc. doctors and administrators well-supplied with salads and red wine, to further blur the sense of right, wrong, and monstrous wickedness.

  • Last night the History Channel ran another in its series about the Nazis in WWII. This one featured Auschwitz and the activities of Mengele, and his associates, “medical research” on children, especially identical twins. Like the PPA (Worse than Murder Inc.) videos, it was almost unwatchable, and for the same reasons. How anyone can reconcile their conscience with the diabolical evil of abortion, is beyond my comprehension. Involvement at the death camp drove one of doctors mentioned to suicide. I am sure there were many like that. The thought of it all makes one’s blood run cold. These scenarios are interchangeable, abortion, the death camps, the ISIS killing fields of the present day Middle-East, the Far-East and Africa. All these largely ignored by the mainstream media who avoid shining revealing light on the political heirs of the Third Reich.

  • Wm P. Walsh, Your comparison is spot on. See this: From Abyssum Abyssum, http://abyssum.org/2015/07/22/the-female-beasts-of-nazi-germany-are-still-alive-and-active-in-our-society/

    You can add Jill Laffer and the names of the PP women in the latest video to the list below:

    “You can now say these names in one breath: Richards, Koch, Gatter, Neudeck, Clinton, Mandel, Wattleton, Grese, Sanger, Nucatola, Binz, Pelosi, Lachert, Bosel, Waters, and Bothe. Read descriptions of female Nazi concentration overseers, nurses and personnel – monsters like Ilse Koch, Irma Grese, Dorothea Binz, Greta Bosel, Herta Bothe, Hildegard Lachert, Ruth Neudeck, and Maria Mandel – and their actions, particularly those of nurses and doctors; listen to their crimes-against-humanity trial testimony or read it; learn about the acts of utter depravity, torture, sadism, and satanic cruelty they engaged in on a daily basis as the camps; and then remember speeches and recordings you have heard over the years from Faye Wattleton, Margaret Sanger, Cecile Richards, Mary Gatter, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, and politicains like Hilary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, and Maxine Waters. Consider the recent revelations of Planned Parenthood’s harvesting and sale of human body parts; their efforts to carefully crush babies without crushing their organs, and efforts to develop “less crunchy” techniques for insuring that hearts and livers and kidneys are not damaged as babies are cut, crushed and die.”

  • Ignorance is bliss for the mass murderer supporters. Just keep feeding them homosexuality’s liberation victory celebration’s and coddle them with fashion’s that tickle their attention, then as the Lord said, they we’re unprepared for the bride groom, for their lamp’s were empty of oil.

    Mr. Walsh. The scenarios are indeed interchangeable. The Great and terrible day is coming. Ten thousand years from now or at the last beat of anyone’s heart, the day of judgment comes. Best to keep our lamp’s trimmed and full of oil.

Review of the Hobbit Trilogy

Saturday, December 28, AD 2013

(Language advisory for the video;   apparently the first film made the reviewer extra grumpy.)

The above video shall serve as a review for the entire Hobbit trilogy.  I saw part II last week and I was certain, perhaps in what felt like the fiftieth hour, that time had ceased and eternity begun.  You know a movie based on The Hobbit is bad, when by the end you are rooting for Smaug to be unleashed on Peter Jackson and his merry band of let’s-see-how-much-money-we-can-flog-out-of-this-dead- Hobbit!  Ah, well, we will always have The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

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7 Responses to Review of the Hobbit Trilogy

  • Have to agree with the sentiment – it got boring watching more of the same in Lord of the Rings.
    But I have a nephew who is a real purist and he has been to see this second release three time already.
    But its not a bad thing sitting and watching the unrolling panorama of some of the spectacular scenery of Godzone 🙂 Just makes you wanna get here, don’t it? Even then, I suppose, the continued repetition of the same beauty can become boring – after all, its not REAL heaven, y’know – just looks like it. 🙂

  • Ah, well, we will always have The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    As long as you’re aware that by putting Eomer’s words in Theoden’s mouth, Jackson et. al. completely subverted Tolkien’s intention for the Rohirrim at Pelennor, I guess.

    I’ll admit I get a thrill, nevertheless, every time I watch that particular scene.

    Maybe now we have a sense of how the Battle of the Hornburg would have played out had fear of the fans not given pause. Too bad Jackson lost it.

  • A slight correction Don. Central Illinois is God’s Country, Satan, of course, having staked a claim to Cook County. 🙂

  • The first of the “”Hobbit”” (double “s used deliberately) was so chock-full of emendations, edits, changes, shifts, additions, subtractions and tomfoolery that they should very much emphasize the “Based” on Tolkien’s novel, and add the term “Loosely” in front. I have been debating whether to see the second.

  • Husband’s review: nice movie, shame there’s no book for it.

    We do now know why they wanted Aragorn to be there, though– so he could fall for the Mary Sue.

    When you tell a movie maker to have a kid look at the movie, it’s supposed to be to find plotholes, not to help insert “romance” or write dialog.

  • Making There And Back Again, The Hobbit, just another version and theme of the Trilogy Lord of the Rings was a huge disappointment and unfortunately almost guarantees that a good version will never be made. Alas poor Bilbo, I knew him well.

  • There’s one place on the American map where being an Orc-at-heart is a “survival skill.” Driving on Massachusetts’ busiest and highways east of Worcester County is where you’ll find more Orcish creatures this side of New Zealand.

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Internet Hitler Dismayed by ObamaCare Rollout

Friday, October 18, AD 2013

I can understand why Internet Hitler is so upset.  Control of medicine is so essential for any group seeking to reshape a nation, as the historical Hitler’s reign so amply demonstrated.  Ah well, as Karl Marx noted, in one of his few on target observations:  History does tend to repeat itself:  the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.

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  • Now shared on my Facebook page and blog site. Thanks, Donald!

  • The latest news is that if the exchange snafus continue they will be going to a paper based application process. Wouldn’t that be the perfect cap to this saga? In a digital age the government is moving at the speed of analog. Can’t make this stuff up.

  • Paul D.

    “Change we can believe in.”

    Your right! You can’t make this tripe up.
    Narcissism is Obama’s defining trait.

  • That’s how it works for out vets. And we can all see what a great system that is!

  • I wonder if even Hitler would have been so stupid. How does one say subsidiarity in German?

  • Obama needs to go….NOW…..how many times has everybody been told not to send personal information on the net or on the phone especially to someone you don’t know….anyone who enrolls is a complete moron….this is one president you really and honestly can not trust….

  • Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me. Fool me for five years . . . I’m an Obama voter.

    Here’s what Plato said about public opinion. “Opinion ain’t truth.”

    None of the central planners, control economy geniuses saw the housing bubble before it burst and caused the Great Recession in 2007/8.

    In fact, in the 100 years since they invented the income tax and the Federal Reserve, the (academic with no real-life banking or corporate experience) dude in the green suit, behind the green curtain feverishly pulling/pushing 68 green, bone ivory levers has never gotten it right.

    Yeah! Give them more power over everything . . . imbeciles!

  • So Obama’s latest political cover is that he’s more frustrated than anybody and people can apply for Obamacare by mail or by phone. Yes, that sounds like a great idea: apply for your Obamacare by mail and try tracking that down when it gets to D.C.! I’m sure Obama himself will ensure each and every application gets opened and processed.

    This rabbit hole gets deeper each day. We need more Heritage Foundation videos tracking the central planning Rube Goldberg machine as it feeds on itself!

  • The attachment humorously compares one form of modern idiocy with another, the grandiosity of Hitler’s failed plan with Obama’s. Hitler’s dilemma derived of an immoral plan to change Europe into his conception of Utopia. Both the means and ends were unjust. It failed due to unintended consequences of Hitler’s actions. Obama’s plan seems at least partially amoral and regardless of many consequences, some good, some evil, and some which may bring failure in their train.

Internet Hitler No Fan of Paul Ryan, But Rick Santorum Is

Tuesday, August 14, AD 2012

The usual caveats as to language applies to the above Internet Hitler video.  (What else can one expect from internet Hitler?)  Taking a momentary pit stop in my vacation traveling.  I note with bemusement the debate that has erupted on the blog in regard to Paul Ryan and the attempted questioning of his Catholicism.  I find that utterly bizarre.  In the primaries I supported Rick Santorum.  Santorum has enthusiastically endorsed Romney’s pick of Ryan. 

Here is a video below from earlier this year in which Santorum praised Ryan’s budget, with the caveat that it did not go far enough in cuts:

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  • Pit stop eloquence:

    ” Taking a momentary pit stop in my vacation traveling. I note with bemusement the debate that has erupted on the blog in regard to Paul Ryan and the attempted questioning of his Catholicism. I find that utterly bizarre. In the primaries I supported Rick Santorum. Santorum has enthusiastically endorsed Romney’s pick of Ryan.

    I find it difficult however to see how anyone could view Santorum as a reasoned proponent of conservatism and a champion of Catholic positions on the social issues, and also view Ryan as anathema. That simply does not make any sense at all.”

    Thank you, Donald McClarey, for helpful, prioritizing, and clear (Clar?) words with talking pictures at this point – and so soon after Sat. 8/11 at 9:00 and so sadly balloons popping during vacation.

    Enjoy. Stay out of the Klingon place. I liked your Vacation 2012 cartoon.

  • He also said the bishops were wrong. He also was supporting a bill that was on the table at the time for passage, while his own plan as a presidential candidate was much different. He didn’t want to just cut taxes on the wealthy because they are wealthy. He had a zero rate for manufacturers so there would be incentive for job creation. Unfortunately, the Randians in the party believe that to be “unfair” (to whom? the wealthy?) and opposed it.

  • PM, the social issues are now off the table with the blessing of Paul Ryan.

  • To Lisa Graas et al concerned with the Social Issues:

    Social issues have never and will never be on the table for those that favor the current administration. The ObamaCare cop-out by Catholic Democrat Congressman was the final proof of that.

    For those opposed to the current administration who keep social issues as a top priority, we need to remind ourselves that if we don’t rescue the republic from this administration, which is openly hostile to the U.S. Constitution, then there won’t be any country left to convince about social issues. Like Merry said to Pippin in The Lord of the Rings – if we don’t win this fight, “there isn’t going to be a Shire.”

  • “He also said the bishops were wrong.”

    They are. That earns him points in my book.

  • I second the motion by Bonchamps!

  • Anyone who votes for Obama is a “useful idiot”.

  • Anyone who votes for either party is a useful idiot.

  • @CHRIS IN MARYLAND- the progressives in the democratic party have proven that social
    positions ARE important to them, everything from open gays in the military, gay marriage,
    unlimited abortion on demand and stricter gun control. that’s what makes this choice so difficult. Mitt Romney is NO social conservative and for that matter, neither is Paul Ryan.
    But this should be clear to anyone who follows politics. There is a split in the Rebuplican
    party, between CINO (conservative in name only) aided and abetted by liberterains. and social conservatives. It doesn’t take a Dick Morris to see which faction controls the Republican party. It is time for a more conservative socially and more financially responsible third party.

  • Sorry Edmund – Paul Ryan has a 100% rating on Pro-Life issues AND the liberal Bishops came out against his budget.

    Jeb Bush = RINO/CINO…YES. Ryan…please… Come to think of it…maybe you work for Jeb Bush?

    On the other hand, its always in season to encourage liberals to vote again for Ralph Nader.

  • Paul Ryan abstained on the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act.

  • I think Lisa is really David Axelrod…sorry David…I’ve had enough of Chicago.

  • Calling me names, questioning my intentions, etc., really helps to shore up your reputation for being a charitable person. No, wait…

  • “There is a split in the Rebuplican party, between CINO (conservative in name only) aided and abetted by liberterains. and social conservatives. It doesn’t take a Dick Morris to see which faction controls the Republican party. It is time for a more conservative socially and more financially responsible third party.”

    Oddly, we Liberterains are haltingly trying to create a third party ourselves, present crisis notwithstanding, that looks forward to a time when the Federal government returns to its proper, Consitutionally-defined role of limited and enumerated oversight of specific areas of the nation’s business, leaving the rest to states, municipalities and we the people ourselves.

    Such a party has a slim chance of ever becoming an effective body, though, in that its raison d’etre is its own obsolescence, a cause that’s unworkably oxymoronic in a political sense.

    Just remember that there is a world of difference between Liberty and license. While neither desire to be externally governed, that is where the similarity ends and the paths diverge in diametrically opposite directions. Liberty informs the individual person with self-government whereas license negates government of any sort. Liberty and The Church are essentially consubstantial because they both require and reinforce correct personal action without coersion. Where The Church leads, Liberty follows; where Liberty thrives, The Church is a City on a Hill. The fascist Left uses license as its primary weapon to create the vaccum of chaos which then necessitates corecively imposed order; it must nullify The Church in order to achieve its goals. Liberty is sine qua non to our nation’s continued existence. License is the poison that will destroy us. Know the difference.

  • Lisa continues with her false witness against Paul Ryan. And I continue to say shame on Lisa for distorting the record and character of a faithful, practicing Catholic. Go off with your friend George Soros into the political wilderness and leave us alone.

  • I see on Lisa’s website that Lisa is a big supporter, or something, of Sarah Palin. Palin holds the EXACT SAME viewpoints on fiscal policy as Paul Ryan. In fact, she was one of the FIRST politicians in the ENTIRE COUNTRY to endorse Paul Ryan’s Roadmap to fix Social Security and Medicare.

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703766704576009322838245628.html

  • I guess Sarah Palin hates the poor and wants to gut all welfare programs, too. What a Randian!

  • Bonchamps says:
    Tuesday, August 14, 2012 A.D. at 3:29pm (Edit)
    “He also said the bishops were wrong.”

    They are. That earns him points in my book.

    Agreed.

    The USCCB– which is usually what folks mean by “the Bishops,” even though it’s not exactly right– being wrong in their totally non binding ideas isn’t exactly news.

    Same way I like GK Chesterton, but I’m not sure I’d dive right into the financial philosophies of someone who the only thing I know of his economic powers is rumors he was so bad he had to wire for money to take the train. Doesn’t make him a bad Catholic, just not someone you want to follow blindly for budget stuff.

  • Foxfier: Exactly!! How much training in economics or budget issues have the Bishops had? For that matter, does anybody posting here have one tenth of the knowledge Ryan has about the federal deficient and the economic disaster that is right ahead of us?

    Lisa, you don’t seem to grasp that if the entitlement programs are not reformed, there will be nothing for anybody when the government runs out of money. And stop this business about the “poor.” Yes, there are genuinely needy and we should help them. There are also people scamming the system for every cent they can get. (A well-known scam around here involves people using food stamps to get bags of frozen lobster tails and shrimp and other expensive items and then selling the lobster tails at half market price.) Is that “social justice?” Does Catholic charity demand that I be OK with that? Are only rich people capable of the sin of greed?

15 Responses to Internet Hitler Ticked at Loss in Wisconsin

  • No doubt so close to the truth it is frighteningly funny.

  • …..They’ll put free hookers and cocaine on our health plan……..

    😆 Love it. 😆

  • “they will accept it as long as we say it’s for the children” “until the bankruptcy trustee comes”

  • Lol…. Sacramento

  • Also, love the bit about keeping poor kids out of charter schools . . .

  • “The ignorant rubes will believe what we tell them! They’re just taxpayers!”

    Internet Hitler channels all our Democrat betters in DC.

  • Let me see if I get this …. using this comedic comparison, the democrats are Nazis and the Tom Barrett is Hitler or very least leader of Wisconsin democrats are Hitler. Ahhh — yeah. Such comparison, known as Reductio ad Hitlerum as well as Godwin’s Law (Godwin observed that, given enough time, in any online discussion—regardless of topic or scope—someone inevitably makes some comparison to Hitler and the Nazis. — Wikipedia).

    Such comparisons are Socratic in nature, for it could be said:

    Hitler was a Nazi.
    Hitler hated smoking.
    Hating smoking is Nazi ideology.

    Bottom line — democracy worked in Wisconsin. And this article and video isn’t funny. As Catholics, we can do so much better.

  • I thought it was funny.

    The more truth in a farce, the more funny the farce.

    Besides, tolerant people spent most of eight years calling Dubya Hitler . . .

  • I thought it was funny. And the syllogism posted by Defender was neither Socratic nor valid; and had nothing to do with the video. Finally, the chronic citation of Godwin’s Law is far more tiresome than than the reference to Hitler in on-line discussions. Usually, those references are for the purpose of demonstrating the invalidity of an asserted principle, and instead of the principle’s proponent acknowledging that the principle’s defectiveness he lamely cites Godwin’s Law.

  • Yes. Truth is uplifting and a little laugh is medicine for the ills caused by current realities.
    Lies aren’t and they hurt, too.

  • “And this article and video isn’t funny. As Catholics, we can do so much better.”

    My heart always goes out to the humor impaired, the largest minority among us.

    To quote myself on the subject of using Hitler as a buffoonish figure:

    “Some people think it is in bad taste to use Nazis in a humorous fashion. I respectfully disagree. Laughing at the Nazis is one of the best ways to remember them on the ash heap of history. Too often they are given almost demonic status as avatars of evil which is precisely the wrong way to remember them. I agree with the late Werner Klemperer, a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany who served in the US Army during WW2. Decades after the war he would play the bumbling Colonel Klink on the television show Hogan’s Heroes. Klemperer said that he would go to his grave happy knowing that he had helped make the Nazis look ridiculous.”

    http://the-american-catholic.com/2010/06/20/grammar-nazis-attack/

  • I think the Nazis show that you can be very intelligent for some very stupid reasons.

  • “IT IS INVESTING!” lol.

  • Defendor Hitler was also a vegetarian, encouraged promiscuity, and thought of everything as a matter of power (as do feminists).

Doggone Campaign

Thursday, April 19, AD 2012

I’ve seen a look in dogs’ eyes, a quickly vanishing look of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that dogs think humans are nuts.

                                                                        John Steinbeck

Well, the burning issue of the day is that Obama admits in one of his autobiographies that as a child he ate dog.  Considering that he was living in a place where dog is often what is for supper, that is not surprising.  I bear him no ill will for this, although my dog Baby, our terrific terrapoo, may not be so forgiving, or Internet Hitler for that matter.

 

The Romney campaign launched this gem due to the fact that back in 1983 on a family trip, Romney had the family dog Seamus in a dog house secured to the top of his car for 12 hours.  All was well until Seamus decided to relieve himself on the front windshield to the vast amusement of the Romney boys.  This strikes me as a typical Dadism:  an attempt by a family man to solve a problem in logistics that sounded like a good idea at the time.  Of course, my dog Baby might well take a harsher view.

Scott Crider, who has founded an organization called Dogs Against Romney, has no problems with Obama’s dog chow:

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  • Sorry for being silly, but I am not buying that some sort of double standard is being applied. Romney’s decision (as an adult) to travel with the family dog on the roof of the car — not just around the block, but cross-country — demonstrates exceedingly poor judgment. Obama’s consumption of a dog (as a child) does not demonstrate poor judgment. I agree with Scott Crider on this.

  • Seamus was unharmed Spambot which indicates that Romney did a good job securing the dog into the dog house on top of the car. Now if he had just tied him to the bumper on the other hand:

  • Perhaps a better example of a double standard would be the Malvinas gaffe by Obama, which would have been subject to endless ridicule if done by Romney, was largely dismissed by the press.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/296272/maldives-malvinas-lets-call-whole-thing-mark-krikorian

  • New slogan:

    DOG: IT’S WHAT’S FOR DINNER.

  • Still not seeing what’s inherently wrong about putting a dog on top of the vehicle; there are bad ways to do it, sure, but as long as there’s a way for the dog to get out of the wind, like in a pickup, not a problem. (Beats the heck out of stuffing them in a cargo-cage in the back of a car.) I remember seeing dog-cage-on-a-vehicle less than 15 years back, so it would be a pretty new sense of outrage about something that happened the year I was born. Yeah, trying to make political hay about something that caused no harm and that a middle-aged house wife barely predate is pretty silly– so the “dude, you ate dog!” response is perfect. (What next? “The boys weren’t in booster seats when they were under 13!”)

    Pretty sure they ran the dog when they ran the kids, too, and it’s been mentioned that the dog riding on top of the vehicle wasn’t that unusual, it only caused an issue because his…issue… was more liquid than usual. (Odd how they’re outraged about the assumption that the dog didn’t move for 12 hours, but not about a just as likely assumption that the KIDS didn’t move from their chairs for 12 hours, eh?)

    That said…. I LOVE the mental image of putting a Snoopy-style dog house on a station wagon.

  • Would these be the dog days of the campaigns? I think they’re having a ruff time. I also hear some liberals are getting howling mad, and some conservatives think that Romney’s tactic is barking up the wrong tree.

    (k, is that all the low-hanging fruit? No? Doggone it….)

6 Responses to Internet Hitler Alarmed by Santorum

  • Love the Hitler rants. Go Santorum! I prefer him over Romney. Cheers!

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  • Unlike many other posters on this Blog, I like Romney. But I like Santorum more. That said, I worry about Santorum’s ability to be elected or to lead. While Romney is a social conservative, social issues are not his passion and he does not wear it on his sleeve. This makes him more acceptable to the middle, I’m afraid. I do think that a bona fide passionate social conservative can be elected and can be a successful president, but only if he or she has extraodinary leadership ability and skills of persuasion. See Ronald Reagan. But a dogmatic conservative without such abilities is probably unelectable and would probably be an ineffective leader. Santorum has not demonstrated such abilities, yet, at least to me. I hope he can and does. I think he is a good man, but worry he would be an ineffective president even if he is electable in the first place.

  • I love all the Scooby Doo references!

  • Mike Petrik, I agree with you.

One Response to Internet Hitler Mourns Attack Watch

  • Barron’s ran a Book Review by Susan Witty (RIP): Mr. Speaker! The Life and Times of Thomas B. Reed the Man Who broke the Filibuster written by John Grant (of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer).

    Mr. Grant quotes Congressman Reed concerning civil trash like Obama’s low life acolytes, “They never open their mouths without subtracting from the sum of human knowledge.”