Teh Crazy Goes Round And Round

03-17-2009 07;07;31PM

And It Comes Out Here:

Defend Our Freedoms, the site of Orly Taitz, Esq.-in-the-state-of-California-only, D.D.S., is a full-featured site. Besides the usual incitements to rebellion, misspelled citations of antiquely inapplicable statutes, and pleas for money that are Orly’s stock-in-trade, there’s the Joke of the Day. Actually (if you don’t include Orly’s every blessed post), there are only two Jokes of the Day. They’re neither hilarious nor terribly bad, not really worth the trip.

But one of the comments for the second Joke of the Day was thought provoking:

3/3/2009 6:14 PM Donna wrote:
There is a very disturbing video on UTube and the title is Minnesota prepare for Martial Law. I first connected with it on Alex Jones. Now it is gone. I found it by typing in Minnesota prepares for Martial Law.


Are there any viewers from Minnesota that can verify this”? This person gives a place called Farmington that is manufacturing the glass. He also states you can drive out of the city and find many of these roundabouts.

Roundabouts? Not the little traffic circles all over France, with the towns’ names spelt out in marigolds in the middle? My mother and I were caught in one of them a few years back, and the worst danger was vertigo from constantly missing the turn-off to Perpignan. We did almost hit a sable-bearded gentleman in a tiny SmartCar; he beeped and shook his finger at us as if we were naughty children. (I should like to point out that my mother was driving, and had mistaken the gas for the brake. Again.)

Putting “martial law,” “Minnesota” and “Roundabouts” into Dogpile, my favorite search engine (starring Arfie), yielded the video, which was certainly eye-opening. Roundabouts are not safety enhancements after all! The U.N. is going to put huts on top of them. They are just perfect for little U.N. huts, so that blue-helmeted U.N. troops can run out of the huts and suppress the free movement of true Americans. Even though anyone in a hut in the center of a roundabout would be vulnerable from all sides, as exposed as the little figures on a wedding cake.
03-17-2009 07;09;29PM

Dogpiling “roundabouts” and “U.N. Huts” turned up ” UN threatens minnesota with global government, page 1”, which took me to a thread by “mastermind 77” at a site (apparently overpopulated with masterminds)  called “abovetopsecret.com”. The site’s a sort of aggregator of “alternative” theories, enough to provide point-and-laugh, or shiver, material for a lifetime.Though convenient, unlike Dick Cheney, I don’t enjoy canned hunts. But having fairly followed this quail from the wild back to the compound, I thought I might as well stay.

Mastermind77 began the fulminating:

“I just got word from a person who knows a local contractor that UN checkpoints are being planned to go up in the next few years. With round-about’s being put in to stifle traffic so these usurpers of sovereignty and liberty can have their way with our country.”

03-17-2009 07;11;52PM
Daedalu snarled back,

“Im someone though. a man hardened by the fires of time and experience, emboldened against evil and tyranny and for continuance of family, gathering and liberty. And I challenge evil at the highest or lowest realms of existence itself by stating truth, whether its too crazy, too real, or not enough.” 

The black helicopter rotors were certainly revving up.

The usurpers of sovereignty had their own website for these traffic stiflers, and when I went to roundaboutsusa.com, I found terrifying pictures of round dirt impediments to continuance of family and liberty. Here’s a scary one, and this one will trouble your sleep.

There is a bright spot, but it’s the only bright spot for the Masterminds who are forced to yield before entering these circular oppressors of liberty: never again will they ever have to make left turns.
03-17-2009 07;13;08PM
Cross-posted at Snarkopolian.

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Well, of COURSE the UN would plan on dominating the US at ground level by installing EUROPEAN-style circular streets.

They are probably among us already, in deep-cover cells. Keep your ears open for telltale language slips like “rasher,” “lorrie,” “yank” and “bibliotheque.” 

Also, brush-up on the history of World Series winners, just in case you, yourself, are captured by Patriots and trivia-quizzed to prove your Red-White-and-Blue bona fides.

Im someone though. a man hardened by the fires of time and experience, emboldened against evil and tyranny

Wow. Doc Savage has to be, what, 95 at this point? He must be COVERED in verdigris by now.

The picture links work now, I’m happy to say, and show the terrible price we would pay for Europification. Outdoor cafés, fresh baguettes, health care, pah!

Terrified by roundabouts? Oh sweet monkey jesus on a pogo stick. These people are too stupid for outrage, I just hope they’re not breeding. By budding, like most molds. I’m gonna go back to reading about pi[e].

Wow. I knew the barcode tags on road signs and RFID technology* were serious threats to our freedumbs, but roundabouts?

Next up: The horrible truth about traffic cones.

*You wish I was making this up. Ever wondered why roadsigns in rural areas are often victims of drive by shootings?

Don’t they have something to do with FEMA concentration camps?

I want in, if they promise to keep Deadalu and Mastermind77 out.

Sure, we laugh. Yet, there is an insidious incrementalism here that puts me in mind of Dr. Mengele’s chilling, gurney-side observation: “The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it.” 

Roundabouts today. Advertising kiosks and baguettes tomorrow?

Just puttin’ it out there.

Hmmm . . . they DO have a lot of speed bumps in my neighborhood. Ergo, I need to buy a lot of assault rifles ASAP.

If they come over here with their tartines,
they’ll have to deal with Mrs. Polly!!!

And here I thought they put round-a-bouts in because they were more efficient at integrating large volumes of traffic.

Efficiency, BAH!  We need to return to the good old days when men were men and the animals, afraid.

And although it goes without saying, another great creation Mrs. Polly.

I must say, it is nice to have more proof that 9/11 didn’t change everything.

Holy priceless…

Also, I notice that in your illustration, the roads don’t actually go anywhere.  Is that a code? 

I knew I should have voted for McCain!

You know, there’s no better way to get members of Congress to sign on to your agenda than to send them letters in which you misspell their godddamn names, because members of Congress are known for having no egos.

Sometimes, when I read some of the loonier conspiracy theories, I am moved to pity for their authors, who must be deeply frightened. But mostly I just laugh and think, “What a stupid fuck!”

You guys think you’re sooooo superior and sooooo smart.  Well read THIS and tell me roundabouts aren’t out to get us!!!!!!

(On the brighter side she concluded that the car handled circular patterns quite well.)

P.S. Mrs. P., I was falling out of my chair laughing as I read this.  I bow to you.  I will never be as funny.

This is all a silly distraction to take the focus off Crop Circles. And, believe me, when Obama reveals what THOSE are all about, you’re gonna shit your pants. No joke. 

I know. I’ve seen things.

Holy chem trails, Orly!

This is all a silly distraction to take the focus off Crop Circles. And, believe me, when Obama reveals what THOSE are all about, you’re gonna shit your pants. No joke. 

I know. I’ve seen things.

Crop circles? Pah! I can’t even hint at the origins of globsters or you’d all be driven mad by fright.

The truth is out there.

Also.

Globsters! You had to bring up globsters! Now I’m going to have to keep the lights on all night again.

Marindenver, I just report. The credit should go to the biochemical imbalances of the people I report on.

“Terrified by roundabouts? Oh sweet monkey jesus on a pogo stick.’

Said by one who has never witnessed - or attempted to drive though - the hellish mixture of:

1) A roundabout with 6 lane roads going into and out of it.
2) A Middle Eastern country (Qatar) where it’s more traffic suggestions than traffic rules.
3) Morning rush hour.

Roundabouts are evil.

You wimps. You think YOU’VE got problems?!

Behold what happens when roundabouts and crop circles make whoopee.

Well then, I got out of there just in time. I used to live just down the road from Farmington.
Whew. That was a close one.

An Australian clarifies the whole issue:

fromoz on September 14, 2008 said:

In Australia we have roundabouts and they work extremely well. I think the problem in the states stems from the fact that when you drive on the right (read wrong) side of the road you need to go counter clockwise. Because you need to give way to anyone who has entered the intersection first you are effectively making people give way to the left which is not part of peoples normal skill set in driving. Because we drive on the left (read right) side of the road here, we only need to give way to the people on our right making the whole exercise alot simpler.

Behold what happens when roundabouts and crop circles make whoopee.

OK, if you plopped one of those down anywhere in the U.S. we’d all be dead in about five seconds.

I was perfectly happy living in ignorance of the existence of globsters.  Now I am neither ignorant nor happy.

Damn you to hell.

YAFB, that’s not a roundabout, that’s automotive Morris Dancing.

Patrick, that is a formidable traffic challenge you described, but imagine all of that plus a U.N. Hut.

BTW, the slideshow of French roundabouts at roundaboutsusa.com is really relaxing. And extensive.

It’s like a tour of French countryside and little towns, the parts of France that you don’t see on postcards, but perfectly whimsical or beautiful.

Another pleasantly odd internet time drain.

The French really do have a sense of style when it comes to street furniture.

Not far from here, at the south end of Loch Lomond, the gateway to the gorgeous majesty of the Highlands, they decided to dress up the fairly unremarkable Stoneymollan Roundabout with an artwork, at staggering expense.

The work took many months, led to ginormous traffic chaos on one of only three major north-south arteries in Scotland, and provoked much conjecture as to what the finished result would look like.

This picture actually flatters it enormously:

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/52/158199313_3468add568.jpg

For quite a while people assumed that they’d yet to complete the work. Nope, that’s it. They didn’t even have the wit to put fairy lights on the bird wire sculpture thingies.

Do come and visit and point and laugh.

YAFB, oh dear. When are they going to put the canvas on that circus tent frame?

Does anyone know if U.N. Hut delivers?

yetanotherfreakingbrit—

my sympathies!  i certainly hope those responsible for approving that monstrosity have been publicly shamed.

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