YOUR WEEKLY WINGNUT CRACKPOT: THE HARLEY FACTOR


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I’ve had some difficult articles to write over the years but this one might take the cake. Today I was reading the lone comment at the time at Blogs4Victory came from a guy who I had never seen commenting there. The guy is named Harley.

It turns out that Harley has his own blog called The Harley Factor. That’s right boys and girls this guy is a HUGE O’Reilly Factor fan and one day he woke up put on his big boy britches and decided he was going to have a blog about things conservatives need to know just like Bill-O has a show that brings ‘Murrika the REAL NEWS. But I digress.

His comment seems to have been well received at B4V and I find that curious considering Harley, if you’ll pardon my French is a fucking idiot. I have no idea why this guy hasn’t died and fallen here to Hell simply because he forgot to breathe. Oh, you think being harsh? Au contraire! Allow me to enlighten you on just what goes though the mind of Harley and some of the other bloggers he links to who are of like stupidity.

1. Cancer is a fungus. That’s right, the disease that has killed billions of people globally in the last one hundred years alone is caused by a fungus according to The Harley Factor. I’d better run out and invest in Lotrimin right now so I can be rich!

2. NASA and the Vatican are about to make a joint statement that aliens are real and that will be the greatest deception trick ever played on Humanity because the aliens are, wait for it, demons!

3. The United States government has procured 30,000 guillotines that will be used to execute all the Christians in America when Barack Obama gives the order for the slaughter. For the record Snopes has the refutation of this tired old email forward here.

4. Paul Bunyon [sic] was real. I have no words for this.

And on and on and . . .

The people who he has respected enough to link are equally as bright bulbs. This from joecruzmn who posts at These Christian Times who writes about a secret underground bunker below the Denver Airport.

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In Hindsight
Right. I need a drink now. At least you know who the chosen few are at B4V. They jettisoned Neocon because he’s a prick. The banned Mitch because he’s a Progressive and took no shit. They banned everyone from The Dis Brimstone Daily Pitchfork because we’ve been known to post the odd scantily clad woman form time to time. But this guy Harley B4V is keen on him because Harley is pro life, pro gun and clearly needs Prozac.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
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25 Responses to “YOUR WEEKLY WINGNUT CRACKPOT: THE HARLEY FACTOR”

  1. Hello.. Well Thank You for the kind words that you put on your blog of me. Bright as a light Bulb not really u did hit the nail on that my friend. About the guillotine story you decide to use snopes as your source for truth. I mean seriously snopes is your resource. Anyways I dont know what a naked woman has to do with what you are trying message you are trying to convey, but I do appreciate that you had the time to call me out on something . I hope you do come by my blog and if yo see a story that is full of crap I would hope that you will call me on it. I have no issues with taken a story down if is full of lies.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      Okay Neocon let’s play that game. Hi I’m Fred Schwartz former NYC cabbie, bon vivant and I’m a socialist. A real one. I believe everyone in America should have a job that makes them at least middle class. I think that can be accomplished with the power of the federal government and state governments that have the People’s well being at heart vice the success of corporations at heart.

      My boss, The Boss Cavalor Epthith is a demon. You can take that as will. I reside in Hell’s capital Dis. Google it. We’re making observations of the actions of the living at the blog for the largest newspaper in Hell. It’s not my job to convince you about the Afterlife but to make sure the Living are informed. Have we here had our triumphs? Sure. Our failures? Absolutely! But we have been doing this for nearly 10 Terran years and it never gets old.

      Oh yeah the “bubble computer” as it was call is Pain. It’s actually an acronym for Petrific Artificial Intelligence Network. Aside from being one of the most sophisticated computing platforms ever designed it is also self aware and mobile. Google Majordomo Pain and you’ll learn more.

      So Joe at the end of the day this is a social experiment by those in the Afterlife to inform the Living in the only place where the two dimensions intersect-here on the Internet.

      Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      I get that you aren’t exactly thrilled with America as it is today but from my vantage point outside the US of A it’s the best thing going right now. I have to say that in my journalistic career I’ve learned that only getting information from sources that reflect things as I want them to be generally leads to whatever I am researching becoming flawed. Opinions are fine but they have to have some basis in facts. Spewing out conspiracy theories only muddies the waters; facts clarify like sunlight.

      Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

      • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

        You don’t have to live somewhere to understand the social and political dynamics going on there. An American abroad can gain often a better insight into what is going on and how that social struggle is playing on a global stage. If the way you think was considered by a President as a way to conduct foreign policy there would be no foreign policy. You make no comment in response to Mitch about the article detailing confederate and secessionist elements within the conservative evangelical and catholic church. Some of those people are saying the same things you have been saying for years. So are these people not true Christians as well?

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      These are your people Neocon1 the ones who believe every conspiracy theory Alex Jones can dream up over a few glasses of scotch and a line of cocaine. These are the vanguard soldiers in the conservative base. The Left has nothing to worry about . . .

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      Drugs are owned by the Left? Really? You haven’t been watching the wave of meth labs in the Bible Belt have you?

  2. Thanks for the shout out! Here is another take. The guys blog could be entirely fake for money making purposes. There is a site called Ted Nuegent for President which is a total punk on those who actually think it’s a good idea. The reality is, it’s a platform for banner ads that when clicked on, generates revenue for the owner. One month they took in $30k. Net.
    On the other hand, if this Harley is representative of conservatives, the rest of us have nothing to worry about. Fungus. That’s funny.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      Mitch since there’s so much Alex Jones crap on that site I was thinking that might be the case but there are no ads really. Also the site only has about 4K hits in about 18 months or so which means they’ve made about .0002 of 1 cent in that time. And yes the fungus thing is hilarious.

      • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

        I get the dog thing. There’s also a cat. This is a woman’s blog but clearly the topics are way out there and the B4V crowd embraced them because this kind of stupid suits their belief set.

      • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

        That’s my point I have no clue and neither do any of these other crackpots.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      If cancer was a fungus wouldn’t it have been cured already? I’m just sayin’!

  3. You believe in Jesus Neo. So what’s the difference? They both require a belief in a supernatural fantasy. But yeah, I get the part about the dog. Do you think the dog is actually writing?

    • The point obviously escapes you. Please try to keep up, you’re embarrassing yourself. Assuming that’s possible.
      As an historical figure, Jesus was a Jew. A kike as you so respectfully refer to him. Like I said, good luck explaining yourself once you two meet.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      The fact remains that what I write is based in fact not in conspiracy theory.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      Neocon you are forgetting that while you have right to your beliefs you do not have the right to force your beliefs on others. This applies to every religion in America.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      You believe what you want. I’ll believe what I know.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      Or as the smart kids call it the Truth. I know it sucks to have someone tell you that you aren’t as special as you were told you were as a child. And worse, your privilege is running out but you still live in a free country and you still have your guns–for now.

  4. Not subject to scientific inquiry but no less preposterous than any other religious belief system rooted in magical thinking and an insistence that it’s real. http://www.michaelteachings.com/comments_soul_age.html

    http://personalityspirituality.net/articles/the-michael-teachings/

  5. I neither accept nor reject Judaism. It just is. You seem to be mistaking a religion for god, if there is such a thing. I have no need nor any use for religion. You need it to give meaning to your existence. Myself any millions of others do not. It’s you who is intolerant of anyone who doesn’t subscribe to the same delusional fantasy that you and other people of faith suffer from. But your militancy towards any religion that is not Christianist makes you no different than the Taliban. You’ve concluded that god is real yet you cannot substantiate the claim. You are hostile, belligerent and mocking of others in an attempt to bully others into thinking you are some kind of a savant. When in fact you’re just a pathetic, disgruntled ass. Your family despises you, your friends hate you and no one will come to your funeral.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      It’s a very accurate and verifiable article Neocon.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      Really? Even with quoted written evidence from people at the heart of the conservative religious movement? So these people don’t share any of your beliefs now because you are ashamed they spoke what you hold deeply in your heart? Wow I thought you were a stubborn jackass conservative but now you would rather lie in the face of obvious evidence that your beliefs are potentially leading to violence of a level al Qaeda can only dream of and that’s just simply a sin.

    • Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.] Says:

      You see Bill I’m not like you at all. I don’t want you to shut up I want you to keep spewing bigoted bull shit because that’s all you have. Refute the article and you refute what you really believe. Call these men out as secessionists and you lie about your own sick fuck dream to see a civil war in America that delivers the country to Theocrats. As a fellow traveler of the far Right you would get the perks of privilege that you think were taken away from you by the women’s rights movement and the Black and LGBTQ civil rights movement. Sorry pal, not gonna happen not on our watch . . .

  6. Innorman Sland Says:

    I put Islam and Christianity pretty much on the same level. Both have been the cause of war, of suffering and of irrevocable loss. Both have also showed tolerance and co-existed in various places, beside one another without conflict, without any suffering. Both are religions. That’s not to say that religious or spiritual people are solely to blame, or that the organisations and the organisers are the true victimisers. Overvaluation of certain virtues (on a mass scale) that lead to conflict are the main cause of wars (mass-group conflicts). Virtues are double-edged. Purity, for example, can be a very good thing, it can prevent sickness and disease but it can also bring about authoritarian control-mania and xenophobia.

    In spite of saying all this I actually encourage religious and spiritual people to keep believing, it’s been proven by social scientists such as Stanley Miligram that people who answer only to a higher authority (god, or another idea of virtue) tend to not easily sway under human leaders who might issue orders best not followed. At worst this can lead to fanaticism, at best, iron-shelled determination to uphold virtue.

    The Qur’an, The Bible, any holy text really, contains wisdom – but it’s never infallible, humans wrote it from experience. You might as well drop the books and learn from your own experience, but the experience encoded in those books span over several lifetimes, that’s their value. However the encoding has been done by more than one person, the experience and wisdom is therefore diluted, disorganised and disorienting, this might lead to hermeneutic failures and ill made decisions. Staying safe is to realize that,

    Mindlessness is the true enemy.

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