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April 2, 2008

Crazy Ted Turner Advocates Cannibalism!

Filed under: Democratic Idiocy — Psycheout @ 2:55 pm
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Ted TurnerThe crazy libbie who founded the Clinton News Network and married uber lib, feminazi and Viet Cong lover Hanoi Jane “Barbarella” Fonda has finally and totally snapped. Not only does he praise America’s enemies as “patriots” (like any good leftist) but suggests that cannibalism is the appropriate response to the fictional threat of so-called “global warming.”

Interviewed Tuesday for Charlie Rose’s PBS show, CNN founder Ted Turner argued that inaction on global warming “will be catastrophic” and those who don’t die “will be cannibals.”

Incredible? This is the natural reaction for a person with no moral compass. Why greet your neighbor when you can eat your neighbor? And just listen to how cold he is about shattering this long-standing taboo.

Not doing it will be catastrophic. We’ll be eight degrees hotter in ten, not ten but 30 or 40 years and basically none of the crops will grow. Most of the people will have died and the rest of us will be cannibals.

No, Teddy. Abandoning our humanity would be catastrophic, you loon!

He also applied moral equivalence in describing Iraqi insurgents as “patriots” who simply “don’t like us because we’ve invaded their country.”

Uh huh. We weren’t even in Iraq when the terrorists bombed the WTC and the Pentagon. Didn’t you watch CNN on 9/11, Ted?

The liberal mind inaction is a terrible thing to witness, isn’t it?

Update: More madness from AllahPundit at the always insightful Hot Air.

— Psycheout

18 Comments »

  1. Now you’re not even trying, Psyche.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 2, 2008 @ 4:08 pm | Reply

  2. My neighbor tasted okay, but much better once I added a little salsa.

    I was thinking of going with wasabi, but then I remembered she was already cooked. Darnit, next time, I’ll try reserving a cutlet or two and trying it that way.

    For those with high blood pressure, I highly recommend Mrs. Dash instead of salt.

    Bon appetit!

    Comment by MikeM — April 2, 2008 @ 5:25 pm | Reply

  3. I wonder if allowing the lower classes to eat each other might not be a sensible policy tool.

    Certainly large numbers of people will be driven insane by the constant whining of liebrals, and, after they commit suicide, their bodies would only take up valuable landfill space and cause a burden on muncipalities if they were allowed to litter the streets.

    This might cause a rise in property taxes.

    To combat this evil I propose we allow all persons making less than $125,000 a year be permitted to collect these bodies and eat them.

    We should be able to eliminate the food stamp program if this plan is carried out.

    Praise the Lord and thanks for the new refigerator / wet bar in my Hummer.

    YIH

    Comment by Marty McPain — April 2, 2008 @ 7:43 pm | Reply

  4. Interviewed Tuesday for Charlie Rose’s PBS show, CNN founder Ted Turner argued that inaction on global warming “will be catastrophic” and those who don’t die “will be cannibals.”

    Translation, because Psycheout can’t comprehend English:

    If the polar ice caps melt and the entire f*cking world is flooded, there will be a sever lack of food. You’ll have to eat human.

    Even fish rely upon land for nutrients and spawning grounds.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 2, 2008 @ 7:58 pm | Reply

  5. *severe

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 2, 2008 @ 7:58 pm | Reply

  6. “I wonder if allowing the lower classes to eat each other might not be a sensible policy tool.”
    It’s a rather modest proposal.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 2, 2008 @ 8:09 pm | Reply

  7. EB: Kudos for the Jonathan Swift reference.

    Marty: All “persons?” Granted, my entire household qualifies, but if you’re saying all persons, you’re implying that everyone (including small children) who hasn’t finished college should be forced to touch nasty dead bodies. Also, you strike me as the most materialistic person ever. With the money you wasted on that wet bar, (I thought Protestants didn’t drink?) you could have sent missionaries to convert everyone in the world who doesn’t think exactly like you. Yet another reason why everyone thinks you’re trolling.

    And as Dio pointed out, what Fonda is saying is, basically, “Global warming is going to decimate the food supply, so people in third world countries are gonna be forced to eat each other in order to survive.”

    The Iraqis had nothing to do with 9/11. Those terrorists were Saudis hiding out in Afghanistan. Note that I didn’t say the word “Iraq” in the previous sentence. This is what the war looks like from the Iraqi insurgent’s point of view:

    2003: “Praise Allah! The Americans have come to end Saddam’s reign of terror! We’re free!”
    2004: “Election time! We get to choose our own leaders! Praise Allah, and thanks to the American soldiers who are helping stand guard to prevent riots. Such a happy day!”
    2005: “Okay, you guys can leave any time now…”
    2006: “They’re still in our country! Why are they still policing our country? We’re free now, we can take care of ourselves!”
    2008: “1.2 million of our people have DIED since they showed up! #$@@%^@^% Americans! I BOMB YOU NOW!!”

    From their perspective, we freed them from one dictatorship, only to trap them in another. Baghdad residents are now afraid to leave their own neighborhoods for fear of insurgents. Innocent men, women, and children are dying by the thousands because people are fed up with the police state we’ve got going on over there. Or don’t you read the news? 1.2 million Iraqi civilians have died since 2003. Compare that to the 3,000 or so American soldiers who lost their lives in Iraq. That’s a HUGE difference. And when you’ve got foreigners running your country, with the death toll rising, it’s pretty easy to believe that all kinds of atrocities are being committed against your people, even if they aren’t.

    Comment by L — April 3, 2008 @ 8:13 am | Reply

  8. I find it funny that Ted Turner has the nerve to say a damn thing about the war considering how much money he personally made off of it, through CNN coverage of it. Why the heck didn’t he say any of this when his news agency was advertising Iraq as a short little fun war. He has just as much blood on his hand as Halliburton. Anyone looking at this war in the beginning knew there were going to be serious complications and all the news media ignored it to sell a happy story. CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News all turned the war into a made for TV movie and for any of them to voice opposition to the war now is hypocritical.

    Comment by Diablo — April 3, 2008 @ 8:42 am | Reply

  9. […] It should come as no surprise that a day after liberal loon Ted “the cannibal” Turner celebrates the cannibalism lifestyle choice, his wife and longtime America hater, Hanoi Jane Fonda throws her support behind B. Hussein Obama. […]

    Pingback by Wife of Cannibalism Advocate Backs Barrack « Blogs 4 Brownback — April 3, 2008 @ 9:37 am | Reply

  10. L – Marty: All “persons?” “you’re implying that everyone (including small children) should be forced to touch nasty dead bodies. ”

    Oh, good idea. We should make it mandatory unless a proper Christian parent or employer provides a “Seclect Citizen” card.

    “Also, you strike me as the most materialistic person ever. With the money you wasted on that wet bar” Wasted? Are you crazy? This makes my many visits to sick old ladies and wounded soldiers bearable.

    “(I thought Protestants didn’t drink?)” If you actually read the Bible you would know that Jesus supplied the wine for the party.

    “you could have sent missionaries to convert everyone in the world who doesn’t think exactly like you. ” For a small sign-up fee, YOU can become a missionary on one of my special assignments. Please let me know you need an application, available for $75 euros charged to a major credit card.

    “Yet another reason why everyone thinks you’re trolling.” What? are you a fish? do you worship the fish-head god? why would I be fishing?

    Good idea on making it mandatory for the skells to clean up the dead bodies though.

    Comment by Marty McPain — April 3, 2008 @ 12:17 pm | Reply

  11. “Crazy Blogger Psycheout Continues Taking Things Out Of Context”
    Fix’d.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 3, 2008 @ 3:12 pm | Reply

  12. I thought that a wet bar had a sink? How would you fit plumbing and all that entails inside the tiny cab of those new useless hummers that are more poorly made than my family’s ten year old Honda?
    I also find it shameful that you would force your presence on those you hate during their time of suffering. That isn’t charity.
    And it is a stipulation amongst certain protestant sects that casual drinking is very strongly discouraged. I know you have trouble with your acclaimed religion, but please do try to get at least a few of the principles right.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 3, 2008 @ 3:16 pm | Reply

  13. “but please do try to get at least a few of the principles right.”
    None of the supposed Religious Right on this site have ever reflected ANY of their alleged religion’s principles. Why should Marty have to be the role model?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 3, 2008 @ 11:34 pm | Reply

  14. That is true, Marty may be cute, but his following of his religion’s scripture has been amongst the most lacking.
    He’s such a naughty boy.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 3, 2008 @ 11:38 pm | Reply

  15. $75 euros

    lolwut

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 3, 2008 @ 11:43 pm | Reply

  16. “lolwut”
    The American dollar is worthless, I don’t blame him.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 4, 2008 @ 12:01 am | Reply

  17. I wonder which President has helped that happen the most.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 4, 2008 @ 1:35 am | Reply

  18. Marty:

    “Also, you strike me as the most materialistic person ever. With the money you wasted on that wet bar” Wasted? Are you crazy? This makes my many visits to sick old ladies and wounded soldiers bearable.

    Technically, you could just store your spirits in a modest (and far less expensive) cupboard or liquor cabinet. You could then have used the remaining tens of thousands of dollars to help people. Also, if helping sick old ladies and wounded veterans somehow bothers you, you’re obviously missing the point. A good deed is supposed to be its own reward.

    “(I thought Protestants didn’t drink?)” If you actually read the Bible you would know that Jesus supplied the wine for the party.

    I went to four private Christian schools in K-12, and one Baptist college. Bible lessons were mandatory at all of these institutions, and in my spare time, I have read all of the Old Testament except for the book of Baruch and the tail end of Sirach. I have had courses on religion which discussed the life of Christ, and his teachings, in great detail. If you don’t think I know the Wedding of Cana story by heart after 10 years of having it drilled into my head (I went to a public high school for three years), you’re sadly mistaken. (I can also still recite the KJV of Psalm 23 from memory, but that is neither here nor there.)

    However, note that I said Protestants in the sentence you’re quoting, not Christians in general. Protestants, as such, did not exist until the 1500s, because until Martin Luther, no one was protesting Catholic teachings (that’s where the term “Protestant” comes from, as you would know if you actually read any history books). Ergo, Jesus wasn’t Protestant. He celebrated Hannukah and Passover, as is documented in the Bible, and was therefore a Jew. Also, as a resident of the Bible Belt, I am very familiar with the ban by the Baptist, Methodist, and Church of God sects on any and all consumption of alcohol. In my experience, most Protestants don’t drink. There are still “dry” towns in the area, and a lot of people get shocked whenever alcohol is mentioned around here, so you can’t blame me for generalizing. As a Catholic-raised woman who has watched bread and wine transformed into the Body and Blood of Christ for 22 years, I have had the idea planted into my head that “Catholics drink in moderation, Protestants not at all.”

    “you could have sent missionaries to convert everyone in the world who doesn’t think exactly like you. ” For a small sign-up fee, YOU can become a missionary on one of my special assignments. Please let me know you need an application, available for $75 euros charged to a major credit card.

    First of all, $ is the sign for dollars. Therefore “$75 euros” is inaccurate and should be either “$75” or simply “75 euros.” Secondly, I am no longer Christian and therefore would be a rather poor choice as a missionary. Thirdly, I tend to avoid the use of major credit cards whenever possible, because I refuse to get myself into credit-card debt as so many of my relatives have done. Fourthly, either you have made a rather poor attempt at wit, or you failed to notice the sarcasm in my above quoted remark. Try again.

    ““Yet another reason why everyone thinks you’re trolling.” What? are you a fish? do you worship the fish-head god? why would I be fishing?”

    “Trolling” is the Internet term for people who make up fantastic lies and sensationalist rants devoid of substance, for the mere sake of attracting attention. I believe the activity you are referring to is “trawling,” which is the act of dragging fishnets behind a boat in order to ensnare delicious seafood. A lot of people have accused you of the former activity on this very board, whereas I cannot think of a single time you have been accused of the latter. While fishermen do us a good service by supplying us with a tasty high-protein food source, I am quite certain no one would ever mistake someone of your means for a common fisherman.

    Good idea on making it mandatory for the skells to clean up the dead bodies though.

    That was not my intention. My intention was to show that your argument requires millions of people, including helpless, innocent children, to handle decaying bodies, and thereby expose themselves to all manner of radiation and dangerous bacteria, which is unconscionable no matter what crimes they may have committed. If you have everyone wear a haz-mat suit, that’s another matter. Also, “skells” is not a word in my dictionary. Could you please enlighten me as to its definition?

    Comment by L — April 10, 2008 @ 9:09 am | Reply


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