Seth Wisely said

November 2, 2010

voting multiple dozens of times legally

Filed under: Politiks — Seth Wisely @ 12:41

I create a voting guide each year for people who either don’t have time to do ALL their own research or sadly who cannot be bothered to be informed.  Obviously I don’t literally vote more than once myself.

I never have less voting influence each year. Have poor penmanship?  Beware of voting by mail as your signature must match your voter signature card.   Register for vote by mail but bring the secure-PAPER ballot to your respective polling place.

I prefer paper ballots so I register for vote by mail and drop it into the box at the polling location.

Seth Wisely said: mwahahaha


best bar joke of 2010?

Filed under: Politiks — Seth Wisely @ 10:30

Guy goes into a bar, there’s a robot bartender.
The robot says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Martini.”
The robot brings back the best martini ever and says to the man, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says,  “168.”
The robot then proceeds to talk about physics, space exploration and medical technology.

The guy leaves, but he is curious…
So he goes back into the bar.
The robot bartender says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Martini.”
Again, the robot makes a  great martini gives it to the man and says, “What’s your IQ?”
The  guy says, “100.”
The robot then starts to talk about NASCAR, Budweiser and John Deere tractors.
The guy leaves, but finds it very interesting, so he thinks he will try it one more time.

He  goes back into the bar.
The robot says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Martini,” and the robot brings him another great martini.
The robot then says, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says,  “Uh, about 60.”
The robot leans in real close and says,…………..

“So, you people still happy you voted for Obama?”

Seth Wisely said: voting for “anyone but that guy” is silly.. it’s right up there with the “do something” that created TSA

October 27, 2010

tea party opportunity or need: proctored morality psychometric testing

Filed under: Politiks — Seth Wisely @ 19:45

“how would you vote on X” is not useful.  tests need be administered to THE candidate and not his staff.  psychometric evaluation  can be beaten by certain sociopaths or genius, but the former is more likely in public office

tea party elbow grease to ‘require’ every candidate submit

there is no gain ‘voting against’ someone… that won this country greatleader obama

Seth Wisely said: apply the tools we already have


soros money to the rescue?

Filed under: Gulagosphere — Seth Wisely @ 16:03

All the money in the world, or soros money, cannot compensate for the moral deficit of a large slice of American voters, and the larger slice of those who cannot be bothered to vote

Many Americans are infected with a contraceptive heart, blinded to the evil creeping in around them in hubris or willful ignorance or lust indulgence, are dragging America towards the gates of hell to the eager embrace of the minions who have been socially engineering.


Seth Wisely said: wakey wakey

October 22, 2010

telling the truth violates NPR policy? we knew that, but thanks for making it official NPR

Filed under: Gulagosphere, Less Insecure — Seth Wisely @ 22:16

put down the shovel and break out the back hoe.  New Propaganda Regularly.

Pain always helps liberate one from the defective ideology of subjective reality.  For Juan Willliams the recent pain was fear.


Seth Wisely said: No Propaganda? Riiiiight.  NPR.

October 11, 2010

islamese numerology the 911 atrocity is ‘obviously’ 9 times 11, or 99, awesome?

Filed under: Gulagosphere — Seth Wisely @ 16:42

no, the 99 is not awesome.  There is no good perspective on the wanton slaughter of 4,000 American citizens.  The 99 is liberally sprinkled with revisionist history casting the crusades as evil.  The islam of the cartoon is neither the islam of reality nor the islam of history.  The 99 don the velvet glove in rabid anticipation of the iron fist of sharia for all.

The 99 is slated to air on superman’s shores- and heartland January 2011 on Discovery Kids — perverse, yes.  Will Discovery Kids be commemorating Al-Quds day, too?  Why does obama endorse only islamese productions — in this case praising Naif Al-Mutawa?


Al-Quds day comic from palestine as myopic as the sun is warm.


remember the wheelchair “hero” in comic books inflicted on American children in re-education centers?  Is that him in the 99 promo video?


interweb search for some mighty fine Al-Quds cartoons,  فلسطين cartoons, :فلسطين&ie=utf-8


obama gives kudos to comic book- and cartoon producer



The 99 [holy names of ‘god’] comic book turned cartoon is propagandizing children with the “optionalness” of the islam message: convert or die, and in the case of the 99 comic or the 99 cartoon the “optionalness” of sharia law.  Children with be helped to learn about the alleged tolerance in sharia law :snicker: as the 99 gemstones of alleged ‘wisdom’ soaked in from wet books through river water here cast as  ‘light and power’ from which these ‘heroes’ derive their power are scattered into the world.  [remember, kids, conquest is evil unless it’s islam world domination].  This aims to be better than the “haughty [American] values of Superman or batman”.  Shame on America for inflicting freedom on the oppressed people of the world.

@TheSlow:  Islam oppresses vast segments of the world.


Comically the “evil” in the cartoon seems very islamese: willing to crush dissent and impose its will on everyone. hmmmm

The 1490 crusades, under Innocent VIII , are not surprisingly also cast as evil.



Yes, that ever so charming mantra, “convert to islam or die”, has been used in several muslim world domination attempts since the beginning of islam-time.  And “thanks” to American-invented media we can all “enjoy” another helping of obama-endorsed propaganda.  yay?

I choose none of the above.  But if die is really the only other option, fine, die muslim hoards, die!



see also:

Seth Wisely said: you cannot weaponize my tolerance

October 9, 2010

@Beck: October 8th Glenn Beck Program — take the True Knights challenge during your 40 days and 40 nights

Filed under: Gulagosphere — Seth Wisely @ 05:37



charity: chastity



Seth Wisely said: choose chastity

October 8, 2010

@Beck, their “heart’s desire” is obviously DOMINION

Filed under: Gulagosphere — Seth Wisely @ 05:24

Lust, avarice, jealousy, greed … these revolve around (wrong) dominion

Stir in hubris FTW


Seth Wisely said: social engineering while entertaining can be a bit of sophistry — despite what the philosopher claims about sophistry for the foolish not a good

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