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1 hour ago, HellToupee said:

why give him any publicity at all

To inform people that this kind of crazy ### #### is going on.

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1 hour ago, General Malaise said:

What. The. Hell?

Maybe you misunderstood.  He was going to get shot down for sex from one of those uptight Indian chicks, so he grabbed her boob and rubbed one out in her car.  It was a resounding success and you can tell because she told him not to stain her seat.  

Sorry you were confused. 

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1 hour ago, Henry Ford said:

Maybe you misunderstood.  He was going to get shot down for sex from one of those uptight Indian chicks, so he grabbed her boob and rubbed one out in her car.  It was a resounding success and you can tell because she told him not to stain her seat.  

Sorry you were confused. 

I think I was better off not knowing who this person is.  I just don't understand what makes another human act in this manner.

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15 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

I think I was better off not knowing who this person is.  I just don't understand what makes another human act in this manner.

Money and sociopathy.

 

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3 hours ago, General Malaise said:

I think I was better off not knowing who this person is.  I just don't understand what makes another human act in this manner.

Oh, come on. Don't tell me you missed the entire PUA craze. 

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12 hours ago, HellToupee said:

why give him any publicity at all

To advise the type of people who watch 60 Minutes just how nuts those leading the charge of this movement are. It's happening and it is significant. As news worthy at the moment as anything.

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I never wanted to engage the pizzagaters on this but isn't the actual rate of pedo stuff really low?  

I'm sure there is some deep web sick stuff but the idea that there are these "rings" is complete bull#### right?

I always assumed it was some sick fantasy of these conspiracy guys that they could fall back on and make statements like "well even if awareness is brought to this issue its good"  but what if truly there's nothing to be aware of?  We still cool with shooting up a pizza place?

How big a lie are you willing to push to get one pedo off the streets?  

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37 minutes ago, culdeus said:

I never wanted to engage the pizzagaters on this but isn't the actual rate of pedo stuff really low?  

I'm sure there is some deep web sick stuff but the idea that there are these "rings" is complete bull#### right?

I always assumed it was some sick fantasy of these conspiracy guys that they could fall back on and make statements like "well even if awareness is brought to this issue its good"  but what if truly there's nothing to be aware of?  We still cool with shooting up a pizza place?

How big a lie are you willing to push to get one pedo off the streets?  

Depends on what you consider "pedo stuff" I guess. True pedophiles are pretty low but (especially parent/child) incest where one party is a minor is a lot higher than you'd imagine. 

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48 minutes ago, culdeus said:

I never wanted to engage the pizzagaters on this but isn't the actual rate of pedo stuff really low?  

I'm sure there is some deep web sick stuff but the idea that there are these "rings" is complete bull#### right?

I always assumed it was some sick fantasy of these conspiracy guys that they could fall back on and make statements like "well even if awareness is brought to this issue its good"  but what if truly there's nothing to be aware of?  We still cool with shooting up a pizza place?

How big a lie are you willing to push to get one pedo off the streets?  

I'm not sure how common it is, but it isn't uncommon to hear about a pedo ring bust.  Off of the top of my head, they seem to be more porn related.  

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11 hours ago, General Malaise said:

What. The. Hell?

Ribbed tank top is the go-to bodily fluid cleanup item.  Good to know.

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4 hours ago, Henry Ford said:

Oh, come on. Don't tell me you missed the entire PUA craze. 

I don't know what the PAU craze means. 

I do recognize that the piece of garbage poster named Dexter was now executing this scum buckets playbook when he started hinting that I was a pedo in one of the pizza gate threads. Wasn't sure what was happening then but now it's a little clearer.  Gross. 

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1 minute ago, General Malaise said:

I don't know what the PAU craze means. 

I do recognize that the piece of garbage poster named Dexter was now executing this scum buckets playbook when he started hinting that I was a pedo in one of the pizza gate threads. Wasn't sure what was happening then but now it's a little clearer.  Gross. 

"Pick Up Artists."  Read The Game by Neil Strauss. 

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13 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

Oh yeah....That. peacokcing, negging.  

And beating off in some woman's back seat, apparently.

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5 hours ago, Henry Ford said:

Oh, come on. Don't tell me you missed the entire PUA craze. 

There is a certain genius to the way the whole PUA scene catered itself to the even sadder MRA scene.  My understanding is that the wacky Pizzagate protest in DC last weekend devolved into a bunch of men's rights whining too.  Can't confirm if they wore fedoras. 

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42 minutes ago, Ramsay Hunt Experience said:

There is a certain genius to the way the whole PUA scene catered itself to the even sadder MRA scene.  My understanding is that the wacky Pizzagate protest in DC last weekend devolved into a bunch of men's rights whining too.  Can't confirm if they wore fedoras. 

I wasn't surprised to hear that this Cervich guy cut his teeth on the Gamergate thing, which was so creepy.  This whole Richard Spencer / alt right / Yanapolis / Cervich thing is all derived from the same "men's rights" claptrap.  And they've got LEGIONS of 20-something losers as a keyboard army.  It's truly bizarre. 

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54 minutes ago, Henry Ford said:

And beating off in some woman's back seat, apparently.

Why is that something somebody would publish openly as if it were some sort of merit badge?  I'm confused and frightened.

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5 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

Why is that something somebody would publish openly as if it were some sort of merit badge?  I'm confused and frightened.

Because it's part of his tutorial on the "Gorilla Mindset."  It's explaining how to "anchor" your experiences with a woman. Now, assuming she hasn't called the cops or left you bloodied by the side of the road with mace in your eyes, she expects that next time she sees you you'll at least be able to whack off. Huge win, obviously. 

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But is the pizza any good?

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3 hours ago, Quez said:

I'm not sure how common it is, but it isn't uncommon to hear about a pedo ring bust.  Off of the top of my head, they seem to be more porn related.  

I mean I'm not hot to google this either but this doesn't sound too specific. 

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On 3/26/2017 at 1:55 PM, HellToupee said:

You really want a taste of Alex Jones listen to the Rogan podcast from about a month ago with him on it. That was my first time ever listening to Jones . First hour the guy was fascinating , I was thinking  the negative rep they guy had was total bs . But just as fast he ran off the rails and it was crazytown the rest of the show.

On 3/26/2017 at 4:13 PM, HellToupee said:

3rd guy on the show that week Eddie Bravo gets in the way of the great interdementional child molester talk 

Just listened to the first hour.  You thought the negative rep on Jones was B.S. after the first hour?  He spent the entire time spouting theories of a huge national pedophilia conspiracy being covered up at the highest levels of government. He said Pope Francis blackmailed Benedict into retirement. He said Hillary directly hacked voting machines during the elections stealing five states. Not one shred of evidence to support any of his claims but he is clearly aware that if he says something often enough and loud enough, no matter how crazy it is, people will start to believe it (Benghazi :hey:).

This man is either entirely bat #### insane or cares about nothing other than dismantling the entire federal government (at which point he would move onto dismantling state and local government) and letting anarchy rule.

And Rogan hasn't even begun to try and reel him in at this point in the podcast. Rather he seems to be agreeing with the insanity.

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4 minutes ago, Chaka said:

Just listened to the first hour.  You thought the negative rep on Jones was B.S. after the first hour?  He spent the entire time spouting theories of a huge national pedophilia conspiracy being covered up at the highest levels of government. He said Pope Francis blackmailed Benedict into retirement. He said Hillary directly hacked voting machines during the elections stealing five states. Not one shred of evidence to support any of his claims but he is clearly aware that if he says something often enough and loud enough, no matter how crazy it is, people will start to believe it (Benghazi :hey:).

This man is either entirely bat #### insane or cares about nothing other than dismantling the entire federal government (at which point he would move onto dismantling state and local government) and letting anarchy rule.

And Rogan hasn't even begun to try and reel him in at this point in the podcast. Rather he seems to be agreeing with the insanity.

Wait until he talks about the interdimentional  peds . He's a loon

Ratzinger was most definitely forced out

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19 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

Wait until he talks about the interdimentional  peds . He's a loon

Ratzinger was most definitely forced out

Perhaps Ratzinger was forced out by people who thought that maybe the Vatican should stop harboring pedophile priests and, y'know, stop getting rapey with children.  Good riddance.

What part of Jones negative reputation was, in your opinion, B.S. after the first hour?  He immediately jumped on the high speed rail to crazy town.

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1 hour ago, Chaka said:

Perhaps Ratzinger was forced out by people who thought that maybe the Vatican should stop harboring pedophile priests and, y'know, stop getting rapey with children.  Good riddance.

What part of Jones negative reputation was, in your opinion, B.S. after the first hour?  He immediately jumped on the high speed rail to crazy town.

Unfortunately under Pope Francis it's meet the new boss , same as the old boss. 

Only thing I knew about him going in was he is a 911 truther and the noise from the left about him. He sounded somewhat calm & rational . Somewhat . 

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36 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

Unfortunately under Pope Francis it's meet the new boss , same as the old boss. 

:sigh:

I'm about as religious as Bill Maher but Francis is clearly a decent and compassionate human being who literally washes the feet of the poor. Ratzenberger wore ruby slippers and participated in (or at the very least marginalized) a grotesque cover up of biblical proportions.

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More recently from Alex Jones --- last week:

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Radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, an ally of President Trump who operates the InfoWars media outlet, went on an expletive-laden anti-gay tirade last week against Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee that is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

The liberal media watchdog group Media Matters for America publicized the March 30 video, which also features conservative political operative and longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone.

In the rant, Jones uses anti-gay slurs to attack Schiff, who has been one of the most prominent backers of an investigation into connections between Trump and Russia.

“I’m not against gay people,” Jones says in the video. “I love them. They’re great folks. But Schiff looks like the archetypal c---sucker with those little deer-in-the-headlight eyes and all his stuff. And there’s something about this fairy, hopping around, bossing everybody around, trying to intimidate people like me and you.
 

“I want to tell Congressman Schiff and all the rest of them, Hey listen ####### … listen you son of a #####, what the f--- is your problem? You want to sit here and say that I’m a ####### f---ing Russian. You get in my face with that I’ll beat your ####### ###, you son of a #####. You piece of ####. You f---ing ####### f---er. Listen f--- head, you have f---ing crossed a line. Get that through your ####### f---ing head. Stop pushing your ####. You’re the people that have f---ed this country over and gang-raped the #### out of it and lost an election. So stop shooting your mouth off claiming I’m the enemy. You got that you ####### son of a #####? Fill your hands. I’m sorry, but I’m done. You start calling me a foreign agent, those are f---ing fighting words.

“He’s sucking globalist d---,” Jones concludes.

 

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40 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

The only thing I knew about him going in was he is a 911 truther and the noise from the left about him. He sounded somewhat calm & rational . Somewhat . 

Calm crazy is far more dangerous. I would prefer him to be screaming on a street corner, or masturbating to the National  Review on the subway. At least that kind of crazy is easy to identify.

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See? Now that's the kind of crazy I'm talking about.

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5 minutes ago, Chaka said:

:sigh:

I'm about as religious as Bill Maher but Francis is clearly a decent and compassionate human being who literally washes the feet of the poor. Ratzenberger wore ruby slippers and participated in (or at the very least marginalized) a grotesque cover up of biblical proportions.

I'm Catholic , 12 years of parochial schooling . All of my kids have had the same education and my wife and I are active in our local church. That said I'm disgusted how Francis has recently dealt with these issues. Pope Benedict while not perfect defrocked over 400 priests in his last 2 years

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Pope reduces sanctions against some paedophile priests

Pope Francis (Photo: CNS)

Fr Mauro Inzoli, a convicted abuser, appealed successfully to Pope Francis not to be laicised

Pope Francis has quietly reduced sanctions against a handful of paedophile priests, applying his vision of a merciful Church even to its worst offenders in ways that survivors of abuse and the Pope’s own advisers question.

One case has come back to haunt him: An Italian priest who received the Pope’s clemency was later convicted by an Italian criminal court for his sex crimes against children as young as 12. Fr Mauro Inzoli is now facing a second church trial after new evidence emerged against him, The Associated Press has learned.

The Inzoli case is one of several in which Francis overruled the advice of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) and reduced a sentence that called for the priest to be laicised, two canon lawyers and a Church official told AP. Instead, the priests were sentenced to penalties including a lifetime of penance and prayer and removal from public ministry.

In some cases, the priests or their high-ranking friends appealed to Francis for clemency by citing the Pope’s own words about mercy in their petitions, the Church official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the proceedings are confidential.

“With all this emphasis on mercy … he is creating the environment for such initiatives,” the Church official said, adding that clemency petitions were rarely granted by Pope Benedict XVI, who launched a tough crackdown during his 2005-2013 papacy and laicised some 800 priests who raped and molested children.

At the same time, Francis also ordered three longtime staffers at the CDF dismissed, two of whom worked for the discipline section that handles sex abuse cases, the lawyers and Church official said.

One is the head of the section and will be replaced before leaving March 31. Vatican spokesman Greg Burke dispelled rumors that sex-abuse cases would no longer be handled by the congregation, saying the strengthened office would handle all cases submitted.

Burke said Francis’ emphasis on mercy applied to “even those who are guilty of heinous crimes.” He said priests who abuse are permanently removed from ministry, but are not necessarily dismissed from the clerical state, the Church term for laicisation.

“The Holy Father understands that many victims and survivors can find any sign of mercy in this area difficult,” Burke said. “But he knows that the Gospel message of mercy is ultimately a source of powerful healing and of grace.”

Francis has repeatedly proclaimed “zero tolerance” for abusive priests and in December wrote to the world’s bishops committing to take “all necessary measures” to protect them.

But he also recently said he believed sex abusers suffer from a “disease” – a medical term used by defence lawyers to seek mitigating factors in canonical sentences.

Marie Collins, an Irish abuse survivor and founding member of Francis’ sex-abuse advisory commission, expressed dismay that the congregation’s recommended penalties were being weakened and said abusers are never so sick that they don’t know what they’re doing.

“All who abuse have made a conscious decision to do so,” Collins told AP. “Even those who are pedophiles, experts will tell you, are still responsible for their actions. They can resist their inclinations.”

Victim advocates have long questioned Francis’ commitment to continuing Benedict’s tough line, given he had no experience dealing with abusive priests or their victims in his native Argentina. While Francis counts Boston’s Cardinal Sean O’Malley as his top adviser on abuse, he has also surrounded himself with cardinal advisers who botched handling abuse cases in their archdioceses.

“They are not having zero tolerance,” said Rocio Figueroa, a former Vatican official and ex-member of the Peru-based Sodalitium Christianae Vitae, a conservative Catholic lay society rocked by sex scandals. The Vatican recently handed down sanctions against the group’s founder, Luis Fernando Figari, after determining that he sexually, psychologically and physically abused his recruits. His victims, however, are enraged that it took the Vatican six years to decide that the founder should be isolated, but not expelled, from the community.

“It’s really shameful,” said Pedro Salinas, who blew the whistle in 2015 on abuse within the organisation. The sanctions against Figari, Salinas said, amount to a “golden exile, where he can live comfortably with all his needs taken care of.”

The Church official stressed that to his knowledge, none of the reduced sentences had put children at risk.

Many canon lawyers and Church authorities argue that laicising pedophiles can put society at greater risk because the Church no longer exerts any control over them. They argue that keeping the men in restricted ministry, away from children, at least enables superiors to exert some degree of supervision.

But Collins said the Church must also take into account the message that reduced canonical sentences sends to both survivors and abusers.

“While mercy is important, justice for all parties is equally important,” Collins said in an email. “If there is seen to be any weakness about proper penalties, then it might well send the wrong message to those who would abuse.”

It can also come back to embarrass the Church. Take for example the case of Inzoli, a well-connected Italian priest who was found guilty by the Vatican in 2012 of abusing young boys and ordered to be laicised.

Inzoli appealed and in 2014 Francis reduced the penalty to a lifetime of prayer, prohibiting him from celebrating Mass in public or being near children, barring him from his diocese and ordering five years of psychotherapy.

In a statement announcing Francis’ decision to reduce the sentence, Crema Bishop Oscar Cantoni said “no misery is so profound, no sin so terrible that mercy cannot be applied.”

In November, an Italian criminal judge showed little mercy in convicting Inzoli of abusing five children, aged 12-16, and sentencing him to four years, nine months in prison. The judge said Inzoli had a number of other victims but their cases fell outside the statute of limitations.

Burke disclosed to AP that the Vatican recently initiated a new canonical trial against Inzoli based on “new elements” that had come to light. He declined to elaborate.

Amid questions about how the battle against abuse was faring, Francis recently named O’Malley, who heads his sex-abuse advisory commission, as a member of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. But it’s not clear what influence he can wield from his home base in Boston.

Francis scrapped the commission’s proposed tribunal for bishops who botch abuse cases following legal objections from the congregation. The commission’s other major initiative – a guideline template to help dioceses develop policies to fight abuse and safeguard children – is gathering dust. The Vatican never sent the template to bishops’ conferences, as the commission had sought, or even linked it to its main abuse-resource website.

 

Can we agree that Jones is a nut ?

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16 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

Can we agree that Jones is a nut ?

Of course. Was I too subtle?

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On 3/27/2017 at 6:15 PM, Sweet J said:

It pains me that he's a player in the political landscape in America. I hate the internet. 

:confused: He seems like he's getting to the heart of the important issues.

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The next morning I had one of those, “Does the notch count if…” discussions with my boy.

“Hey, man,” I asked, “Does it count if you get it halfway in, but can’t get it all the way in, because she’s too tight?”

“Ah, man, that’s a tough one. You had the intent. She had the intent, but you weren’t fully in.”

 

 

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1 hour ago, HellToupee said:

Can we agree that Jones is a nut ?

You love him.  You watch or listen to his show daily.

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36 minutes ago, Dedfin said:

You love him.  You watch or listen to his show daily.

Hey, batter-batter-batter, hey, batter-batter-batter-swing-batter!

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And he'll be right back on the air tomorrow, claiming that aliens were controlling his brain when he swore under oath that he was just a performance artist...

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22 minutes ago, SaintsInDome2006 said:

Yeah he's basically admitting in court that his job as a radio host is the equivalent of a pro wrestler. 

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7 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Yeah he's basically admitting in court that his job as a radio host is the equivalent of a pro wrestler. 

And some people believe in pro wrestling (it would be interesting to see if a Venn diagram of this category overlapped more with the conservative or liberal categories?). But that doesn't usually end up with mentally ill people discharging rifles in pizza parlors, so there is something decidedly more nefarious and sinister about the heinous rumor mongering (slander/libel?) of serial pedophile accuser Mike C. and his illk. Somebody is going to end up getting hurt or worse so they can "enhance their profile" or make a few more bucks. In fairness, Jones apologized and admitted he was wrong about pizzagate (but he continues to espouse many kooky, "last train to nutballville" conspiracy theories).

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Alex Jones having a hard time fiinding impartial jury in his hometown, because everyone in his hometown dislikes him

 

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Jones’ trial—wherein his ex-wife Kelly Jones seeks custody of their 14-year-old son and 9- and 12-year-old daughters—has already featured the admission, through Jones’ lawyer Randall Wilhite, that Jones is a complete phony. “He’s playing a character,” Wilhite said. “He is a performance artist.” His lawyers used pretrial hearings to argue that judging Jones’ character from his radio persona would be akin to judging Jack Nicholson based on his role as the Joker in Batman. That admission might have been better disclosed before Jones began peddling a conspiracy theory that became known as “Pizzagate,” that suggested Hillary Clinton and John Podesta were operating a child sex slave ring out of Comet Ping Pong, a pizza restaurant in Washington, D.C. One of Jones’ avid listeners, apparently not aware of the joke, decided to “investigate” on Jones’ suggestion and showed up at the restaurant full of children with a rifle, before being arrested. This may, in retrospect, also have been “performance art.” (Jones apologized last month for his part in Pizzagate, though we should assume the apology, like his initial frothing reporting, was also just “performance art.”)

A very hearty LOL to every mouth-breathing dimwit that fell for any of these conspiracy theories.

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It's great hearing ### holes like this forced into admitting the truth about themselves but it won't stop some of our board kooks from quoting Info Wars. They're too far gone for truth to matter.

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