Saturday, December 16, 2006

Greg the Superball of Zion keeps bouncing

The ever mecurial boy wonder of zionism has bounced again. One almost needs a score card to figure out where the boy wonder is at any moment. One moment he is denouncing MZ and myself to placate far left Eurotrash anti-semites. The next moment he is kissing up to MZ and Freedomnow.

How does Greg explain why he is so sure of a peron whose blog consists of little else besides Israel bashing and uses the terms Jewish Cunt and frequent Jew/Nazi comparisons is not an anti semite. We do understand Greg and MZ writing about Israel with great frequency. We would even understand Saba writting with great frequency. What is the logic of a man in the UK probably living an alternative lifestyle writing about this subject 24/7 We have entered into Elmer Fudd type of obsession that is entirely appropriate for a person who is more like a cartoon than a coherent human.

Greg had a decent sized audience but catering to a troll as well as some ill advised temper tantrums killed his audience. Why should anyone trust a person who ends up retracting posts all over the place? What type of Zionist defends a pathological anti-semite whose behavior borders on criminal.

Will he be in temper tantrum attention seeking mode next week? Will he be quotimg Noam Chomssky the week after? Will he try to out flank MZ on the right?

One can not be all things to all people so be yourself.


Anonymous said...

happy heineken, beak.


Anonymous said...

Happy Heineiken Holiday to you!


Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Ducky should let him borrow some of his Lyndon LaRouche books, just to get some spin on the superball.

beakerkin said...

I did get a laugh when the locals wished me a happy Heineken. There are not many of my kind in the North Country.

The Merry Widow said...

Heck, they acknowledged your presence and tried! Did you wish them a Happy New Beer?


Russet Shadows said...

"...that becomes hard when you don't know what to think, and all that remains is to manufacture some elaborate word to disguise the fact that you are unsure about everything..." That's Greg in a nutshell, from the all-time classic Training for Utopia song, "Single-Handed Attempt at Revolution".