Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Crazy Internet Denialist? Me?

Check out this wacky read from a 30 something professor. Your academic tax dollars at work.


I didn't even post to her site and she's still talking about me:

"I'm actually surprisingly happy that the crazy internet denialist hasn't tried to post--have you come across him? He lurks and then pounces on blog sites that try to talk about the Japanese American internment and INSISTS that it was all a matter of MAGIC cables and justified suspicion and not racist at all--he's a Malkin supporter 100% and at Reappropriate he spammed Jenn with all these weird stats and facts and just wouldn't listen to anyone. I often wonder what his agenda is, and all I can think of is that he's a binary thinker who can't realize that the most patriotic thing you can do is to let call the U.S. on the BS that they have done in the past (and present--I mean, the parallels to post-9/11 for Muslim and Arab Americans are too ripe, yes?)"

Yep, those weird stats and facts can sure get in the way! Ha! Ha! Too funny!

Then read some of the other nice comments left of this gal's site.

"What I like about the phrase "concentration camps," is that it does arouse such emotions (especially guilt and disgust) on the part of white Americans."

"This is the kind of thing that makes me throw up my hands and say "I hate white people" in a despairing kind of voice, which then subsequently makes it more difficult to get along with all the white people in my life who think I'm talking about them."

Aren't these people just charming?


At April 15, 2008 7:27 PM, Blogger Shogun said...

Is this site for real? Talk about manning the ramparts for politically correct valor and paranoia.

I love the part where she/he/it thinks the word concentration camps has a nice ring to it -- a real symmetry.

Even the reparation-crowd on Bainbridge is starting to distance themselves from the "concentration-camp" word. The answer locally is to just avoid using any noun. I would prefer that use the word at every opportunity because it portrays the group for what it is -- hysterics and revisionists who will do anything possible to move the hate-America model.

This mixed race site hasn't gone through reparations-evolution-rebirth to combine fates with Islamic extremist. I do hear the usual air amerika nuttiness with the concentration camp, FISA and USA Patriot Act synthesis.

And yes, sites like this would not welocme the challenger who comes up with discomforting data, citations or questions about the special-interest money trail that keeps the reparation agenda going.

Is this site run by one of the editors at the Kitsap Sun? If not, I am sure the editor would feel right at home at this site.


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