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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Strange Bedfellows: Teabaggers and a Militant Russian Nationalist

Igor Panarin, a radical Russian professor, has been predicting for years that the United States would collapse sometime during the year 2010. The shattered remains of America will be divided into about five or six regions.

Southwestern states because of their heavy Hispanic populations will merge with Mexico. Alaska will revert back to Russian control. The poorest of the Midwestern states will probably form their own nation, and the northern Midwest will either merge with Canada or form its own nation. The northeast will become part of “global capital and finance” based in London. And the West Coast will become part of China, of course, because of the large Chinese population and the fact that those Left-Coasters are using computers that were made in China.

The above tinfoil-hat rantings don’t have much of an audience even inside Russia, let alone anywhere else. But now the absent-minded professor has found a new cult following inside the United States. Guess who.

I guess these pitiful teabirthers need all the friends they can get. And since they obviously hate their own country and everything it stands for, they might as well hitch themselves to a Russian crackpot who wants America to collapse.

Joseph Farah, founder of WorldNetDaily (Home of the Afterbirther™), is one of Panarin’s followers. Farah says he isn’t “buying into Panarin's entire prediction” but says “there's something to it.”

Panarin made a recent trip to the United States and was surrounded by worshippers in Houston and Washington, D.C.

Question of the day: What’s the difference between a Greek Orthodox priest and a Muslim terrorist? Tomato, Tomahto, right?

Hell, them furriners with their dorky hats and funny robes, they all look alike. And what the hail are they doin’ here anyways?

In Tampa, a Greek Orthodox priest, who was visiting the U.S., got lost and asked Marine reservist Jasen D. Bruce for directions. The Marine conked the priest on the head with a tire iron and then chased him for several blocks, shouting “Terrorist!”

Now, what was all that liberal claptrap about military recruiters lowering their acceptance standards.

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20 Comments:

Blogger Holte Ender said...

I wonder what discipline Dr. Igor Panarin belongs to. Sounds like he has a Phd in Loony Tunes, which is why the teabirthers are attracted to his ramblings. Speak about the collapse of the US and those anti-American pretend patriots, jump right in and embrace the idiot doing the spouting, they are making a lot of fools more famous than they deserve.

November 12, 2009 at 4:30 AM  
Blogger lisa said...

You should know about cult followings heh Tom?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZF7uCaLDIQ

November 12, 2009 at 7:46 AM  
Blogger Randal Graves said...

Oh great, merging with Canada. At least hockey will be back on teevee. I'll still be able to kill socialist babies and throw gramma in front of the death panel, right?

Perestroika!

November 12, 2009 at 8:09 AM  
Blogger Demeur said...

Well you know if that happened ole Sarah Baracuda would just grab her big ole shot gun and take on the Ruskies, You betcha.

November 12, 2009 at 9:37 AM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Holte: These phony "patriots" sure have some bizarre reasoning. Criticize something George W. Bush did, and it means you hate America. Embrace a Russian nationalist who predicts America's collapse, and it means you're patriotic. Go figure.

Lisa: Let's see -- people chanting the name of the President of the United States on his inauguration day; and people falling all over a Russian agitator who is pushing for America's collapse. Yup, same thing.

Randal: Yes, you'll still be able to club baby socialists and throw useless relatives in front of the death panel -- as long as you always remember to say "abote" instead of "about." Or is it "aboot?"

Demeur: Or maybe one of those Russkies would shoot Sarah Palin from a helicopter.

November 12, 2009 at 10:33 AM  
Blogger lisa said...

So what Tom millions used chant for Eva Peron too.

November 12, 2009 at 11:03 AM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

"So what Tom millions used chant for Eva Peron too." Did you have a point?

November 12, 2009 at 11:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe I should be upset because according to Pararin, Blacks get nothing! LOL!! Give us some credit; you really think we are going to let the South succeeded to Mexico?

Is it a coincidence that Pararin’s predictions are pretty close to the Census predictions that by that time, Whites will be in the Minority in the US? Every time one of those reports come out, articles that reports it stir a lot of unwarranted anxiety from ignorant whites. To think everybody non white from east Indians to Native American to Blacks to Latinos to Asians all those I haven’t mentioned, all the subgroups of those I have, all those whom belong to those groups that are fairer skinned and all those stay out in the sun too long are going to rise up and take over? Another episode in this countries history of trying to demonize 3rd class groups instead of going after those who are really running this country. It’s an old tactic that unfortunately still works.

I’d like to see the Teabirthers march down to Wall Street Firm or to a meeting of the Bohemian Club and ask “What are you doing with our money!”

Erik

November 12, 2009 at 11:23 AM  
Blogger lisa said...

Mob Mentality.

November 12, 2009 at 11:24 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

This is the America is exceptional, except when dems are in office, crowd for you. Where do they keep finding these people?

November 12, 2009 at 12:49 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Erik: Some of those predicted "pairing-offs" are too funny. In the poorest Midwestern states, rednecks and Native Americans forming their own country? LOL. I found rural Illinois to be far more backward than anything I've ever seen in the Deep South. That was a long time ago, so maybe things have changed.

If the teabirthers really stood for something, they definitely would take out their fury on Wall Street and the Bohemian Club, and not some "radical" notion of "socialized medicine."

Lisa: This post was about those "patriotic" Americans who are falling all over a militant Russian who predicts America's collapse. And the irony therein. Not the "mob mentality."

Jess: "Where do they keep finding these people?" It does make you wonder. There must be some sort of international classified ads where sickfucks can connect with likeminded sickfucks. "I hate my communist fascist Kenya-born president. Will you be my friend?"

November 12, 2009 at 1:49 PM  
Blogger Lew Scannon said...

While the US is on the brink of economic collapse, it looks like a lot of people will mentally collapse long before that time gets here.

November 12, 2009 at 3:21 PM  
Anonymous Bee said...

I don't know what school is putting out these ignorant fucks who will buy any conspiracy theory, and not even a good one like "Oswald had help", but the really plug-stupid ones like "the moon landing was a hoax" (sit down, Lisa, I'm not Mr. Kotter and you're not Horschach), but I want to go burn the place to the ground. Who the hell let the fringe wackadoos into the middle of the room? Oh, right - the republican party, the GOP, trying to figure out why it got it's tail kicked in 2008, and trying to appeals to what it oh-so-erroneously refers to as its "base."
Now they buy into some crazy ivan who says the western world is coming to an end...next year? Of course, this nutter's followers being the 20% who thought Bush&friends were still doing a good job when he left office. I suppose that really does explain everything. Maybe I need to copyright the 20%'ers.

November 12, 2009 at 4:11 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Lew: It looks to me like some people already have collapsed mentally. They still have a pulse but there's no brain activity.

Bee: That's a good question. Where are these dumbfucks coming from? My guess is some of those online diploma mills. Or some private religious schools. Jesus Camp (the school portrayed in the movie) is closed but there are other places like that. There are some scary dumb people out there.

November 12, 2009 at 4:46 PM  
Anonymous S.W. Anderson said...

Igor Panarin, a radical Russian professor, has been predicting for years that the United States would collapse sometime during the year 2010.

Panarin overestimated George W. Bush and Dick Cheney's ability to get things done, although I can begin to see why he would make such a prediction.


Southwestern states because of their heavy Hispanic populations will merge with Mexico.

This means, of course, Mexico would have to absorb Orange County Republicans and the aging disciples of Howard Jarvis. How do you say, "No dice" en espanol?

And the West Coast will become part of China . . .

What, and lose a market that big and lucrative? Plus, the Chinese would have to deal with gang bangers, druggies and Hollywood. China wants all the jobs and money, not all the hassles, so scratch that one.

Joseph Farah, founder of WorldNetDaily (Home of the Afterbirther™), is one of Panarin’s followers.

That figures. Judging by what WND is like, Farah is already touch and go with a lengthy stay in a place with rubber sheets on the walls and doors that only lock from the outside.

As for the Marine, he might be the one who, when told, "Get down and give me 20," replied: "I haven't got a twenty. Will you take two tens?"

November 13, 2009 at 12:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tom

I just watched a TV where a Major in the Air Force is hiding a Illegal Alien from Baghdad.

It's called "I dream of Jeannie!"

Erik

November 13, 2009 at 12:32 PM  
Blogger jadedj said...

Dumb bastard. The Mayans had it pegged at 2012. He's off the mark...way off the mark...on many levels.

Erik Anonymous...har, har, har.

Tom, on an unrelated to this post note. I am not ignoring your comment on my blog today. I got email notification of it, and went to respond and guess what...same damned problem, only this time there are a ton of missing posts. Stay tuned. Sorry.

November 13, 2009 at 3:07 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

SW: LOL, Mexico absorbing Orange County Republicans and Howard Jarvis wannabes. And China taking the West Coast -- Latino gangs vs. Chinese tongs, that should be interesting.

Erik: Oh my God, we need to crack down on that infernal TV show, or else the terrorists have won.

jadedj: That really sucks, what's happening to your blog. My blog had some problems about 3 years ago, but I think it was a Blogger glitch and not a hacker. I contacted the Blogger help desk and their advice worked; I haven't had the problem since then.

I just checked out your newest post; I hope changing your password helps. People like that need to get lives, or else a prison sentence.

November 13, 2009 at 5:32 PM  
Anonymous Jolly Roger said...

This is insanity at its best.

But he's right, all at the same time. He's just wrong about how the meltdown will play itself out.

Ahnold talks openly of a country too big to govern. Closet queen/teabagger/lisa wet dream Rick "Guv Goodhair" Perry talks about how Texas would have to "go rogue" if we dare try to extend healthcare to the poor. Georgia introduces a resolution with the word "nullification" in it.

And last but not least, this country is bogged down in 2 expensive, unpopular wars in Asia it cannot win, a budget deficit the world will soon refuse to finance, a huge mass of people who are completely cut off from/do not participate in society in any way, and a central Government that is basically clueless as to the damage they've done, and how serious it is.

Now, have we heard of any other countries that fit the description of this one? I believe I remember one, a few years back...

November 13, 2009 at 7:25 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

JR: Come to think of it, I can think of a few countries that fit that description. In addition to the USSR, every past world empire has ended up crumbling, and probably for those exact reasons.

November 14, 2009 at 11:19 AM  

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