Tuesday, April 27, 2010

D is for Dumbass

I was suprised - though I guess I shouldn't be - that Jones quoted V for Vendetta a few times on yesterday's show. He apparently doesn't know that the graphic novel on which it was based was written by Alan Moore, the "Freemason" obsessed with "Illuminati stuff" who penned The Watchmen, which Jones described as a blueprint of the New World Order agenda.

9 comments:

Paul said...

I know Moore wasn't a fan of the movie. However, it is rather dumb of Jones to quote something based on the work of someone he has accused of being an Illuminatist. '

The movie though is obnoxious and probably a favorite of Truthers since a false flag terrorist attack figures very prominently in the plot which makes it the biggest nod to Trutherism probably ever in popular culture.

I remember from his infamous review of Watchmen where he said he didn't spend a lot of time reading comics because he spent most of his time studying history and how the world really works LOL

Yeah..... I have a hard time imagining Jones thoughtfully sitting over thick historical tomes and taking notes.

Anonymous said...

I was under the impression that the author of this blog was a supporter of new criminal investigation of the events of 9-11, even if she doesn't necessarily agree that Bush and Cheney were directly culpable.

Anonymous said...

quoting V for Vendetta in no way is inappropiate, no matter who says it.

he can quote '1984' too, which can be a primer for totalitarianism

actually, there are some very beautiful passage from the movie that champions freedom and the fight against slavery and dictatorship.....big deal.

Russell said...

Of the two, Watchmen was a much better movie. I would actually see Watchmen again. V didn't impress me much (although on the positive side, it was much better than "300"). It was too predictable for my tastes.

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S.M. Elliott said...

I heard that Moore didn't like the movie mostly because he felt his work was being used by people to express opinions about the Bush/Blair administrations that they were too cowardly to express openly.

It still baffles me why some people revere Fawkes as an anti-Establishment rebel, and ignore the fact that he was first and foremost a religious zealot and would-be terrorist. Perhaps they're the same folks who think McVeigh was a hero.

S.M. Elliott said...

Anon, I am not and will never be paid for this or any other blog. Now stop asking and stick to the topic, or anonymous commenting will be disabled.

the_last_name_left said...

Similarly with 1984 -- Jones steals Orwell's iconography wholesale and yet insists those who share Orwell's political beliefs (socialism) are part of the NWO.

Wholesale theft of Orwell aside, this means that for Jones, Orwell must have wanted 1984 to happen......because that's what socialists want, right?

S.M. Elliott said...

It's frustrating to witness this. Jones rejects his natural allies thanks to a conditioned knee-jerk reaction to socialism (or anything he deems as even remotely socialistic). He and his ilk vilify Bertrand Russell, Aldous Huxley, and a host of others with whom they would share primary concerns. was not, as LaRouche contends, a "mass organizing document", nor a blueprint leaked by Julian as Jones has insisted. And when Russell warned about depopulation, war and famine he was not advocating those things. Jones would be more effective if he did not allow his biases and/or the ideological persuasions of his target audience to limit him.

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