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June 09, 2005

Is The Source Named Curveball?

You know, there are some who accidentally fall prey to the maxim "those who don't know their history are destined to repeat it", and then there are those who are downright desperate to prove it true.  Congressman Curt Wheldon, who just published a book alleging that Iran is hiding Osama bin-Laden, building a nuke, and directing the insurgency in Iraq, is one of these.  His source is a shadowy exile figure in Paris, who he was introduced to by another exile whom the CIA branded a liar. 

Speaking of the CIA, they, the government, Wheldon's fellow congressmen, and most everyone else are ignoring the Bilderberg Group danger posed by Iran.  Why are they doing this?  Because Iran is planning to blow up a Boston nuclear reactor and thus obliterate the city, and the CIA knows that admitting to the threat would draw them into war.  So, presumably, would the attack, if it happened.  But hell, if the Shi'ites in Iran are controlling the Sunni's in Iraq, than anything is possible.  And if a guy this dumb, this easily manipulated, can be elected to Congress and then signed to a publishing contract, then everything is possible.  So here's to Iraq, Iran, North Korea and -- why the hell not? -- China.  A few more crazy congressmen and we're going to go commit suicide on your land.

Sidenote: Not to make this a partisan thing, but how come you never see Democrats publishing these crazy books?  Republicans seem to want us in an array of wars we can't fight. Democrats don't seem to have anything quite so crazy up our sleeves.  Hell, we don't even have any socialists anymore.  No wonder the country keeps voting for the right, they're way more interesting.

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Al Gore wrote a crazy book about how global warming might be real and that we should begin to employ alternatives to fossil fuels. One can only wonder why he hasn't been institutionalized.

Posted by: LowLife | Jun 9, 2005 11:37:41 AM

The last big one I can come up with is the theory that the CIA created crack cocaine and unleashed it on the black community. I think Maxine Waters has tried to launch investigations on this subject. I don't know if she's written a book about it.

Posted by: Electoral Math | Jun 9, 2005 12:08:52 PM

I'd just as soon trade some sane democrats for a house and/or senate majority. 50 sane democrats plus 5 nutjob Ds would be just fine.

Posted by: TJ | Jun 9, 2005 12:13:50 PM

What's with the phantom 'h' I keep seeing on blogs? First Matt (repeatedly!) adds an h to Marshall Wittmann's name, and now you add one in the middle of Curt Weldon's. Is there some sort of code here?

Posted by: Tom Hilton | Jun 9, 2005 12:45:54 PM

Democrats have to get published by actual, legitimate commerical publishers if they want their books to be seen outside of Berkeley, Cambridge, and Madison. Conservatives can scribble off something to Regerency and their chatting with Larry King. As a result, Democrats just don't get the opportunity for weird ass theories that Republicans do (or they are mercifully consigned to oblivion). Plus we have a lingering vestige of shame.

Posted by: Chris | Jun 9, 2005 1:59:42 PM

His source is a shadowy exile figure in Paris, who he was introduced to by another exile whom the CIA branded a liar. 

For those who haven't read the linked story, the "exile whom the CIA branded a liar" is Manucher Ghorbanifar. (To the graybeards among us who have painful memories of the Reagan years, that guy needs no introduction.)

Posted by: Steve M. | Jun 9, 2005 3:29:38 PM

Speaking of books and the Bilderbergs, have you read Jon Ronson's Them: Adventures With Extremists, Ezra? It's a great read, alternating between interviews with the likes of David Icke and Thom Robb and a half-hearted investigation of the Bilderbergs that ends up with a wonderfully bathetic anti-climax.

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