Calludus blog: why atheists misrepresent the Pledge of Allegiance

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The Calladus Blog learned many new things about the Pledge of
Allegiance from RexCurry.net
http://rexcurry.net/calladus_blog_mark_fresno_atheist.html

Before the Calladus Blog was schooled, it repeated naive propaganda
about the pledge, as taught in government schools (socialist schools).
The Calladus blog was stereotypical for stupid atheists who know
nothing about the pledge and who want to laud and enlarge it. The only
criticism is the two-word deification.

Of course, Calladus blog was also ignorant of the fact that the two-
word deification "under God" DID appear in Francis Bellamy's original
pledge program as well as other references to religion and prayer.
That "under God" was not in the pledge itself seems more an oversight
by Bellamy, who was a Christian socialist. That is another discovery
that was made and announced by Dr. Curry. http://rexcurry.net/pledgegod.html

When Francis Bellamy wrote references to religion and wrote "liberty
and justice for all" in his pledge program, he meant the liberty to
have government schools teach prayer and Bible reading and worship
(which they did), and the justice of Christian Socialism that Bellamy
touted in his dogma. Francis was a leader in the Society of Christian
Socialists and that is what government schools did as he advocated the
government takeover of all schools. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

Calladus blog was unaware also of Dr. Curry's discovery that the
Pledge was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the
National Socialist German Workers Party. http://rexcurry.net/pledge2.html

See the youtube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BssWWZ3XEe4

A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the
historian Dr. Rex Curry.

Perhaps it is a sign that he is so certain of his wrongness that he
posts anonymously and the most he wants to reveal is that his name is
"Mark" and he is
* Male; * Industry: Engineering; * Occupation: Electronic Engineer; *
Location: Fresno : California : United States.

His credentials are suspect. None of it could be confirmed. He is not
a college instructor and he is not even a kindergarten teacher. He is
such a kook, that he would improve his writing if he wrote about
himself in the third person. There is no evidence visible that he has
ever been paid to write anything ever in his life.

That nut-case claims that he likes to "write on the support of
personal freedoms" but the best he can do on the Pledge is to ENLARGE
it with the suggestion that children include "equality for all." How
odd that Mark fancies himself as a skeptic, when nothing could be
farther from the truth. As the socialists say "Freedom is Slavery." It
shows his completely back-asswards concept of "personal freedoms." He
is so brain-washed by the Pledge and by government schools (socialist
schools) that he could not understand personal freedom even if it told
him to take his new pledge and shove it. What a whack job!

His perverted concept of freedom is consistent with his comments about
Dr. Rex Curry's discoveries: He concedes all of Dr. Curry's work,
disputes nothing, and upon learning the truth about the Pledge, he
merely spewed insults because of his political bias. It shows his
kookiness and pseudoscience attitude. People like that really get
angry when they are told the truth and they learn that they have been
repeating propaganda all their lives and just became disabused.

Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html

This was news to the Calladus Blog http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg
until he was schooled by RexCurry.net

David Canzi

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Oct 1, 2009, 12:07:20 PM10/1/09
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In article <f5d93b54-29e1-4517...@a21g2000yqc.googlegroups.com>,

News Journalism <news.jo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the
>historian Dr. Rex Curry.

What, no link?

>Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
>is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
>http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html

That quote is not present at that URL, but is present here:
http://calladus.blogspot.com/2006/02/black-helicopters-and-nazi-pledge-oh.html

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David Canzi

Calladus

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Oct 1, 2009, 5:36:05 PM10/1/09
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Doctor Rex Curry is the gentleman who spends a lot of time cruising
the Internet and talking about himself in the third person. He also
avoided any attempt at actually having a dialog with me. So even
though he's a professor (isn't Tenure grand?) he's still quite a kook.

Dr. Curry has yet to explain the insidious connection between Hindu
and Native Americans with the Nazis, obviously they all use the same
symbol, a Swastika, so they are all Socialists bent on world dominion.

On Oct 1, 12:07 pm, dmca...@remulak.uwaterloo.ca (David Canzi) wrote:
> In article <f5d93b54-29e1-4517-8f21-c45f3b59d...@a21g2000yqc.googlegroups.com>,


> News Journalism  <news.journal...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the
> >historian Dr. Rex Curry.
>
> What, no link?
>
> >Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
> >is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
> >http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html
>

> That quote is not present at that URL, but is present here:http://calladus.blogspot.com/2006/02/black-helicopters-and-nazi-pledg...
>
> --
> David Canzi

News Journalism

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Oct 6, 2009, 9:13:14 AM10/6/09
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"Calludus is the person(?) who spends a lot of time cruising
the internet and posting anonymously in order to hide from his own
kooky comments. That is why he also
avoided any attempt to actually address the topic in this dialog, as
usual. So even
though he's not a professor (isn't Calladus not having tenure grand?)
Calladus is still quite a kook.

Compare that with David Canzi who had the good sense to concede that
the original post is correct and to not dispute any of the points
made.

Calladus has yet to explain the "insidious connection" (Calladus'
phrase) that he babbles about between Hindu
and Native Americans with the Nazis. Calladus said this: "obviously


they all use the same
symbol, a Swastika, so they are all Socialists bent on world

dominion." Calladus libels the Hindu and Native American symbol by
claiming that they used the same symbol as the Nazis (even though
Calladus knows that what he is saying is wrong). That is why Calladus
evades actual discussion of the topic as he knows it would highlight
his errors. For example, Calladus evades the fact that the Nazis did
not call their symbol a "swastika." Calladus can't bear that fact
since he was schooled about it by RexCurry.net, so Calladus just keeps
pretending otherwise, as he claims it was the same symbol. In the same
way, Calladus evades the fact that the Nazis did not call themselves
"Nazis." Calladus can't bear to state the name that they actually
called themselves. No one should wonder why.

The Nazis altered their symbol further by turning it 45 degress from
the horizontal and orienting it always in the S-direction as
alphabetical symbolism for "socialism" under the "National Socialist
German Workers Party." Calladus cannot face reality, so Calladus
persists in libeling the Hindu and Native American symbol by claiming
that they used the same symbol as the Nazis (or is Calladus making
another kooky claim that the Hindu and Native American symbol was
intended to represent S-letters for "socialism"?).

On the other hand, Dr. Curry has written volumes on the topic (and
pointing out the above), which Calladus cannot address. Some of the
information that Calladus evades is repeated here to emphasize the
point.

The Calladus Blog learned many new things about the Pledge of
Allegiance from RexCurry.net
http://rexcurry.net/calladus_blog_mark_fresno_atheist.html

Before the Calladus Blog was schooled, it repeated naive propaganda
about the pledge, as taught in government schools (socialist schools).
The Calladus blog was stereotypical for stupid atheists who know
nothing about the pledge and who want to laud and enlarge it. The only
criticism is the two-word deification.

Of course, Calladus blog was also ignorant of the fact that the two-
word deification "under God" DID appear in Francis Bellamy's original
pledge program as well as other references to religion and prayer.
That "under God" was not in the pledge itself seems more an oversight
by Bellamy, who was a Christian socialist. That is another discovery
that was made and announced by Dr. Curry. http://rexcurry.net/pledgegod.html

When Francis Bellamy referenced religion and wrote "liberty


and justice for all" in his pledge program, he meant the liberty to
have government schools teach prayer and Bible reading and worship
(which they did), and the justice of Christian Socialism that Bellamy
touted in his dogma. Francis was a leader in the Society of Christian
Socialists and that is what government schools did as he advocated the
government takeover of all schools. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

Calladus blog was unaware also of Dr. Curry's discovery that the
Pledge was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the
National Socialist German Workers Party. http://rexcurry.net/pledge2.html

A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the
historian Dr. Rex Curry.

Perhaps it is a sign that he is so certain of his wrongness that he

Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html

This was news to the Calladus Blog http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg

Rev. Karl E. Taylor

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Oct 6, 2009, 9:51:20 AM10/6/09
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News Journalism wrote:
> "Calludus is the person(?) who spends a lot of time cruising
> the internet and posting anonymously in order to hide from his own
> kooky comments. That is why he also
> avoided any attempt to actually address the topic in this dialog, as
> usual. So even
> though he's not a professor (isn't Calladus not having tenure grand?)
> Calladus is still quite a kook.
>
That's nice, really, it is, nice.

Who the hell are you? Who the hell is Calladus? And what makes you
think anyone here gives a shit about the cyber schoolyard antics of a
bunch of nitwits, arguing over established history?

--
There are none more ignorant and useless,
than they that seek answers on their knees,
with their eyes closed.
____________________________________________________________________
Rev. Karl E. Taylor http://www.jesusneverexisted.com
http://azhotops.blogspot.com
A.A #1143 http://scienceblogs.com/aardvarchaeology

Apostle of Dr. Lao EAC: Virgin Conversion Unit Director
____________________________________________________________________

Calladus

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Oct 6, 2009, 7:22:52 PM10/6/09
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Sorry Reverend. I'm Calladus. You're right - this manufactured
controversy doesn't mean squat.

I have no idea why Florida public defender and community college
professor Dr. Ellis Rexwood Curry IV or his sock puppets are raving
about a little blogger like myself when main stream media like The
Tampa Tribune describes him as a sort of kooky libertarian that makes
Lyndon LaRouche look sane. Does the weight of my opinion mean so
much? Maybe my Google ratings are higher ... I dunno.

But his raving here kept popping up on my list of Google Alerts, so I
came to see what libel he was committing.

Not that it matters, but my pseudonym Calladus has led to my real name
for a few years now. Anyone with a little Google-fu can learn about
me.

I won't be back here, so this non-issue might go away... maybe he'll
stop obsessing over me and get on with his life.

David Canzi

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Oct 6, 2009, 8:49:37 PM10/6/09
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In article <f9b85952-0322-43ee...@k41g2000vbt.googlegroups.com>,

News Journalism <news.jo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>Compare that with David Canzi who had the good sense to concede that
>the original post is correct and to not dispute any of the points
>made.

Actually, this is what I posted, verbatim:

---------------

>A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the
>historian Dr. Rex Curry.

What, no link?

>Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
>is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
>http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html

That quote is not present at that URL, but is present here:
http://calladus.blogspot.com/2006/02/black-helicopters-and-nazi-pledge-oh.html
---------------

Here is a fuller version of your quote from Calladus's blog:
"Perhaps Dr. Curry's information is valid. I don't know yet,
I just started researching it. But so far, it's not looking good
for the good doctor."

I provided the URL so people can check how accurately and fairly
you quoted Calladus. You didn't provide the URL, apparently
because you didn't want people to be able to check. You also
didn't provide an URL for Calladus's alleged public apology.

People don't conceal evidence when it supports their position.

http://calladus.blogspot.com/2006/02/black-helicopters-and-nazi-pledge-oh.html
Shorter version:
http://preview.tinyurl.com/ydsehw7

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David Canzi

News Journalism

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Oct 7, 2009, 12:14:28 PM10/7/09
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Calludus is the person(?) who spends a lot of time cruising the
internet and posting anonymously in order to hide from his own kooky
evasions. That is why he also avoided any attempt to actually address

the topic in this dialog, as
usual. So even though he's not a professor (isn't Calladus not having
tenure grand?). Calladus is still quite a kook who makes Lyndon
LaRouche look sane. Is Calladus a LaRouche Democrat? (LaRouche always
called himself a Democrat and always ran as a Democrat, never a
libertarian. Another example of Calladus' stupidity that ends up
smacking Calladus back in his own face). After all, Calladus is the
one who wants children to chant robotically to flags, even to the
point that Calladus wants to enlarge the chant. Just how similar is
Calladus to other people who are into robotic group-chanting with
prescribed gestures to flags? Maybe Clladus will stop obsessing over
how to evade the topic (which he started by evading in the first
place) and get on with his life. He keeps promising to do so.
http://rexcurry.net/calladus_blog_mark_fresno_atheist.html

News Journalism

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Oct 7, 2009, 12:16:41 PM10/7/09
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David Canzi again had the good sense to concede that the original post

is correct and to not dispute any of the points
made. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance2.jpg

Calludus is the person(?) who spends a lot of time cruising the
internet and posting anonymously in order to hide from his own kooky

evasions. That is why he also avoided any attempt to actually address


the topic in this dialog, as
usual. So even though he's not a professor (isn't Calladus not having

tenure grand?). Calladus is still quite a kook who makes Lyndon
LaRouche look sane. Is Calladus a LaRouche Democrat? (LaRouche always
called himself a Democrat and always ran as a Democrat, never a
libertarian. Another example of Calladus' stupidity that ends up
smacking Calladus back in his own face). After all, Calladus is the
one who wants children to chant robotically to flags, even to the
point that Calladus wants to enlarge the chant. Just how similar is
Calladus to other people who are into robotic group-chanting with
prescribed gestures to flags? Maybe Clladus will stop obsessing over
how to evade the topic (which he started by evading in the first
place) and get on with his life. He keeps promising to do so.
http://rexcurry.net/calladus_blog_mark_fresno_atheist.html

Calladus has yet to explain the "insidious connection" (Calladus'

A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the
historian Dr. Rex Curry.

Perhaps it is a sign that he is so certain of his wrongness that he

Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html

This was news to the Calladus Blog http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg

David Canzi

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Oct 11, 2009, 2:57:03 PM10/11/09
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In article <0f7f0fc8-2606-479c...@m11g2000vbl.googlegroups.com>,

News Journalism <news.jo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>David Canzi again had the good sense to concede that the original post
>is correct and to not dispute any of the points

What I've been saying is that you're making claims without
providing evidence for them. Nobody intelligent, sane, and
honest calls that "conceding".
http://groups.google.ca/group/alt.atheism/msg/3c99fc295730c608

--
David Canzi

news.jo...@gmail.com

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Mark Boyd, Calladus blog, goes a puntin!

There's been an update with the loon Mark Boyd, Calladus blog. You may remember this clown, the guy who was ignorant about the Pledge of Allegiance until he was publicly schooled about the academic work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry (whose work is cited in many books on Amazon, Kindle, and other sources). Mark Boyd, Calladus blog, used to hide who he was because of his stupid comments for which he did not want to take any responsibility. Then he was shamed into revealing himself while he was being schooled about the Pledge of Allegiance. Mark Boyd, Calladus blog, covers up for socialism in America. He thinks that the only thing wrong with the pledge is just two-words.

Tell me again, how can a person that is stupid enough to not have any apparent college degree, nor any apparent education, and so little knowledge of the Pledge of Allegiance (until he was schooled about Dr. Curry’s work) still not be capable of having any visible means of support or office? Why is this guy (Mark Boyd) working as a blog writer and moonlighting as who knows what?

I'll tell you. It is because he is so nuts that L. Ron Hubbard said, "Woah" and started taking notes!

Tell me what would you do if your neighbor was a long-time drug dealer and addict, and a convicted felon on active probation who was currently engaged in a large conspiracy to commit real estate fraud while he was on federal probation? Would you, (a) complain to the police? (b) investigate your neighbor's background, publish your findings to stop his criminal activity or (c) Write blog posts glorifying the sociopathic criminal who is now in prison for 26 (years thanks to the heroic work of Tampa’s local folk hero)?

If you picked (c) then I'll say, "Hello Mark Boyd, Calladus blog!"

Mark Boyd was so easily duped by America’s Dumbest Criminal. Lots of people seem to agree to Mark Boyd, Calladus Blog, being a real shit. I'll be interested to see how long he continues to display his ignorance and how he was duped. If it takes as long as it took him to be publicly schooled about the Pledge of Allegiance, then it will be a long time. Markie is stupid because of his actions, and his tendency to pretend that he knows something that he doesn't. Mark Boyd, Calladus blog seems to be the only person who is unaware of how duped and stupid Markie is.

This is another post from the past exposing Mark Boyd, Calladus blog -

Calludus is the person(?) who spends a lot of time cruising the internet and posting anonymously in order to hide from his own kooky evasions. That is why he also avoided any attempt to actually address the topic in this dialog, as usual. So even though he's not a professor (isn't Calladus not having tenure grand?). Calladus is still quite a kook who makes Lyndon LaRouche look sane. Is Calladus a LaRouche Democrat? (LaRouche always called himself a Democrat and always ran as a Democrat, never a libertarian.
Another example of Calladus' stupidity that ends up smacking Calladus back in his own face). After all, Calladus is the one who wants children to chant robotically to flags, even to the point that Calladus wants to enlarge the chant. Just how similar is Calladus to other people who are into robotic group-chanting with prescribed gestures to flags? Maybe Clladus will stop obsessing over how to evade the topic (which he started by evading in the first place) and get on with his life. He keeps promising to do so.
http://rexcurry.net/calladus_blog_mark_fresno_atheist.html

Calladus has yet to explain the "insidious connection" (Calladus' phrase) that he babbles about between Hindu and Native Americans with the Nazis. Calladus said this: "obviously they all use the same symbol, a Swastika, so they are all Socialists bent on world dominion." Calladus libels the Hindu and Native American symbol by claiming that they used the same symbol as the Nazis (even though Calladus knows that what he is saying is wrong). That is why Calladus evades actual discussion of the topic as he knows it would highlight his errors. For example, Calladus evades the fact that the Nazis did not call their symbol a "swastika." Calladus can't bear that fact since he was schooled about it by RexCurry.net, so Calladus just keeps pretending otherwise, as he claims it was the same symbol. In the same way, Calladus evades the fact that the Nazis did not call themselves "Nazis." Calladus can't bear to state the name that they actually called themselves. No one should wonder why.

The Nazis altered their symbol further by turning it 45 degress from the horizontal and orienting it always in the S-direction as alphabetical symbolism for "socialism" under the "National Socialist German Workers Party." Calladus cannot face reality, so Calladus persists in libeling the Hindu and Native American symbol by claiming that they used the same symbol as the Nazis (or is Calladus making another kooky claim that the Hindu and Native American symbol was intended to represent S-letters for "socialism"?).

On the other hand, Dr. Curry has written volumes on the topic (and pointing out the above), which Calladus cannot address. Some of the information that Calladus evades is repeated here to emphasize the point.
The Calladus Blog learned many new things about the Pledge of Allegiance from RexCurry.net
http://rexcurry.net/calladus_blog_mark_fresno_atheist.html

Before the Calladus Blog was schooled, it repeated naive propaganda about the pledge, as taught in government schools (socialist schools).
The Calladus blog was stereotypical for stupid atheists who know nothing about the pledge and who want to laud and enlarge it. The only criticism is the two-word deification.

Of course, Calladus blog was also ignorant of the fact that the two-word deification "under God" DID appear in Francis Bellamy's original pledge program as well as other references to religion and prayer.

That "under God" was not in the pledge itself seems more an oversight by Bellamy, who was a Christian socialist. That is another discovery that was made and announced by Dr. Curry. http://rexcurry.net/pledgegod.html

When Francis Bellamy referenced religion and wrote "liberty and justice for all" in his pledge program, he meant the liberty to have government schools teach prayer and Bible reading and worship (which they did), and the justice of Christian Socialism that Bellamy touted in his dogma. Francis was a leader in the Society of Christian Socialists and that is what government schools did as he advocated the government takeover of all schools.
http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

Calladus blog was unaware also of Dr. Curry's discovery that the Pledge was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party. http://rexcurry.net/pledge2.html

See the youtube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BssWWZ3XEe4

A public apology has been posted from the Calludus kook to the historian Dr. Rex Curry.

Perhaps it is a sign that he is so certain of his wrongness that he posts anonymously and the most he wants to reveal is that his name is "Mark" and he is * Male; * Location: Fresno : California : United States.

Cloud Hobbit

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On Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 9:16:41 AM UTC-7, News Journalism wrote:
> David Canzi again had the good sense to concede that the original post
> is correct and to not dispute any of the points
> made. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance2.jpg
>


Why would lie about something so easy to check?
No concession has been made by Mr. Canzi or anybody else.

<snip enormously stupid crap>


Cloud Hobbit

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Aug 22, 2016, 3:00:31 PM8/22/16
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JTEM is that you?

raven1

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Aug 22, 2016, 3:39:31 PM8/22/16
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On Mon, 22 Aug 2016 11:45:09 -0700 (PDT), news.jo...@gmail.com
wrote:

What the fuck are you babbling about, and why are you posting it here?

walksalone

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Cloud Hobbit <youngbl...@gmail.com> wrote in
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> On Monday, August 22, 2016 at 11:45:12 AM UTC-7, news.jo...@gmail.com

snip
NNTP-Posting-Host: 72.185.161.163
nuff said?

> JTEM is that you?

David Canzi

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Aug 23, 2016, 1:17:38 AM8/23/16
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The person posting as "News Journalism" and praising Rex Curry
is actually Rex Curry talking about himself in the third person.
At least it has been so in the past.

When I visited his web site it was like a mirror maze. Whenever
an assertion on a page at Rex Curry's web site was followed by
a link, and I expected/hoped for a link to evidence supporting
the claim, it inevitably turned out to be a link to another page
on Rex Curry's web site, or a link to some seemingly unrelated
site which turned out to be owned by Rex Curry, or to some site
where anybody is allowed to post under any name. It was not, as
far as I could tell, possible to find a way from Rex Curry's web
site to any source of supporting information that could be shown
not to come from inside Rex Curry's head.

I try to understand how a person thinks, how he comes to hold
the beliefs he holds. Some people I simply can't understand.

I once sat and talked with a schizophrenic, who claimed he was
in a love affair with a popular female singer. He had never been
in a room alone with her. The only time he had ever been in the
same room with her was in the crowd at a concert. I wondered,
how does he manage not to notice this?

When I try ro understand the mind of Rex Curry, the experience
is similar. How does he manage not to notice all the deceptions
he uses to support his claims? If you have to fool people into
believing the truth, maybe it isn't actually the truth.

--
David Canzi | Eternal truths come and go.

MarkA

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Aug 23, 2016, 10:15:00 AM8/23/16
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On Mon, 22 Aug 2016 15:39:25 -0400, raven1 wrote:

> On Mon, 22 Aug 2016 11:45:09 -0700 (PDT), news.jo...@gmail.com
> wrote:
>
> What the fuck are you babbling about, and why are you posting it here?
>


Another sad example of someone who apparently can't afford their badly
needed psych meds.

--
MarkA

Give to every human being every right that you claim for yourself.
-- Robert G. Ingersoll

news.jo...@gmail.com

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Aug 23, 2016, 11:46:10 AM8/23/16
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Mark Boyd Calladus blog of Fresno CA is "Another sad example of someone who apparently can't afford their badly needed psych meds" according to Raven1.

Mark Boyd Calladus blog was so ignorant that he did not even know that he was taking the side of a sociopathic convicted felon and long time drug addict on active felony probation who is currently in prison for 26 years (and who was put their by Tampa's local folk hero).

Boyd was also ignorant of the early Pledge salute and its history (until he was schooled about Dr. Rex Curry's work).

news.jo...@gmail.com

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Aug 23, 2016, 12:02:48 PM8/23/16
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David Canzi does a very poor job of evasion. again he had the good sense to concede that the original post
is correct and to not dispute any of the points, just as he did not the previous time.
made. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance2.jpg

Calludus is the person(?) who spends a lot of time cruising the
internet and posting anonymously in order to hide from his own kooky
evasions. That is why he also avoided any attempt to actually address
the topic in this dialog, as usual. So even though he's not a professor (isn't Calladus not having
tenure grand?). Calladus is still quite a kook who makes Lyndon
LaRouche look sane. Is Calladus a LaRouche Democrat? (LaRouche always
called himself a Democrat and always ran as a Democrat, never a
libertarian. Another example of Calladus' stupidity that ends up
smacking Calladus back in his own face). After all, Calladus is the
one who wants children to chant robotically to flags, even to the
point that Calladus wants to enlarge the chant. Just how similar is
Calladus to other people who are into robotic group-chanting with
prescribed gestures to flags? Maybe Calladus will stop obsessing over
posted anonymously and the most he wants to reveal is that his name is
"Mark." After he was shamed into it and schooled about Dr. Curry's work, he sheepishly admitted what his real name was.

Here is a quote from the Calladus Blog: "Perhaps Dr. Curry information
is valid. I don't know yet, I just started researching it"
http://rexcurry.net/pledgespeech.html

This was news to the Calladus Blog http://rexcurry.net/swastika3swastika.jpg
until he was schooled by RexCurry.net

David Canzi is so stupid that he thinks the historic film footage and the photos of the early American salute are fake. You should try to understand how a person such as David Canzi thinks, how Canzi comes to hold the beliefs he holds. Some people, such as Canzi, are simply unable to be understood.

If you try to understand the brain of David Canzi, the experience is similar to talking to someone w schizophrenia. How does David Canzi manage not to notice all the deceptions he uses to support his evasions? Why does he believe the historic film footage and photos in the archives of Dr. Curry's work are fakes?

raven1

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On Tue, 23 Aug 2016 08:46:08 -0700 (PDT), news.jo...@gmail.com
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>Mark Boyd Calladus blog of Fresno CA is "Another sad example of someone who apparently can't afford their badly needed psych meds" according to Raven1.

Actually, I'm pretty sure that applies to you.

news.jo...@gmail.com

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uh-oh, looks like we have another one who has just been schooled here about the Pledge of Allegiance.

raven1

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On Tue, 23 Aug 2016 09:56:43 -0700 (PDT), news.jo...@gmail.com
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>uh-oh, looks like we have another one who has just been schooled here about the Pledge of Allegiance.

Piss off, loon.

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go ahead, admit it, u were just like Mark Boyd Calladus blog of Fresno CA in that you were an ignoramus about the pledge until you were schooled about the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry, and now you are angry to learn the truth.

It is hilarious how people react. That is classic brainwashing. Which, of course, is what the Pledge of Allegiance is.

raven1

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<plonk>

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Aug 24, 2016, 10:12:06 AM8/24/16
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Here is some more edumacation
https://youtu.be/mvDwL553pVM

Go ahead and explain how the film footage and photography is fake. LOL.

plonk.

sheesh ranjeesh

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 at 6:43:14 AM UTC-7, news.jo...@gmail.com wrote:
.> go ahead, admit it, u were just like Mark Boyd Calladus blog of Fresno CA in that you were an ignoramus about the pledge until you were schooled about the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry,

Please! Don't limit yourself. Not only historian Dr. Rex Curry,
but also noted local politician Dr. Rex Curry as well:

https://results.elections.myflorida.com/DetailRpt.Asp?ELECTIONDATE=11/5/2002&RACE=STR&PARTY=&DIST=059&GRP=&DATAMODE=

S.R.

talishi

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Aug 25, 2016, 12:47:36 AM8/25/16
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On 08/24/2016 06:43 AM, news.jo...@gmail.com wrote:
> It is hilarious how people react. That is classic brainwashing. Which, of course, is what the Pledge of Allegiance is.

I thought every kindergartener knew what 'allegiance' and 'indivisible'
and 'justice' meant.
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news.jo...@gmail.com

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On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 12:47:36 AM UTC-4, talishi wrote:
> On 08/24/2016 06:43 AM, wrote:
> > It is hilarious how people react. That is classic brainwashing. Which, of course, is what the Pledge of Allegiance is.
>
> I thought every kindergartener knew what 'allegiance' and 'indivisible'
> and 'justice' meant.

You have made a very good and valid point. And the obedience training is so strong that adults continue to drone a chant written to brainwash kindergartner's whenever cued to do so by any government official, politician, or other goofball anywhere at anytime.

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Aug 25, 2016, 8:41:33 AM8/25/16
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S.R. Thanks for joining me in lauding Dr. Rex Curry. It is nice to see others who share my views about him. He truly is a national treasure.

sheesh ranjeesh

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On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 5:41:33 AM UTC-7, news.jo...@gmail.com wrote:
.> S.R. Thanks for joining me in lauding Dr. Rex Curry. It is nice to see others who share my views about him. He truly is a national treasure.

Indeed, indeed. Why, y̶o̶u̶r̶ his aforementioned famous electoral v̶i̶c̶t̶o̶r̶y̶ adventure:

-- http://tinyurl.com/jo5stq8

even earned y̶o̶u̶ him a mention in Wikipedia!

"[Arthenia Joyner] won re-election in a landslide, receiving 89% of the vote to Curry's 11%"

-- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthenia_Joyner



S.R.








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Aug 25, 2016, 9:39:58 AM8/25/16
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Sheesh Ranjeesh Thanks again for assisting me in my support of Dr. Rex Curry's work. It is nice to see others who share my views about Dr. Curry. He is an inspiration to many others in addition to you.

Don't be jealous that you did not receive a single vote. ;)


sheesh ranjeesh

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Aug 25, 2016, 10:12:32 PM8/25/16
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On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 6:39:58 AM UTC-7, news.jo...@gmail.com wrote:
> Sheesh Ranjeesh Thanks again for assisting me in my support of Dr. Rex Curry's work. It is nice to see others who share my views about Dr. Curry. He is an inspiration to many others in addition to you.
>
> Don't be jealous that you did not receive a single vote. ;)

Well, you hang in there, Landslide.

(I may call you "Landslide", right?)


S.R.

news.jo...@gmail.com

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Aug 26, 2016, 8:38:05 AM8/26/16
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Sheesh Ranjeesh your continuing support of my comments regarding Dr. Rex Curry's great work is appreciated. It is a blast to interact with other fans who share praise for Dr. Curry. He has inspired so many in addition to you.

There was one poster who thought that the film footage and photography in the archives of Dr. Curry's work is fake. LOL. You are smarter than that and know that it is genuine. Thanks for helping in that regard. https://youtu.be/mvDwL553pVM

Don't be envious in that you did not receive a single vote there or elsewhere. So, you continue your support Landslide. (I may call you "Landslide," correct?)

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