Welcome to Bizarro World…

Where America’s pinko commie hating right embraces the words of a former enemy spy just to attack John Kerry. The money quote:

During the Vietnam War we spread vitriolic stories around the world, pretending that America’s presidents sent Genghis Khan-style barbarian soldiers to Vietnam who raped at random, taped electrical wires to human genitals, cut off limbs, blew up bodies and razed entire villages. Those weren’t facts. They were our tales, but some seven million Americans ended up being convinced their own president, not communism, was the enemy. As Yuri Andropov, who conceived this dezinformatsiya war against the U.S., used to tell me, people are more willing to believe smut than holiness.

Kerry must have been a Russian spy because it is impossible that he could be telling the truth right? Gateway Pundit thinks so.

Actually… Back in 2004, Ion Mihai Pacepa was asking this very question- “Where did Kerry get his material?” -Since, what Kerry said in his 1971 Senate testimony was almost exactly like the disinformation line that the Soviets were sowing worldwide.

This stuff is so outlandish isn’t it? Kerry must be full of shit.
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3 Responses to “Welcome to Bizarro World…”

  1. Gameover says:

    Uh, actually Kerry’s 1971 Senate testimony was almost exactly like …well, exactly like … the testimony given at the Winter Soldier Investigation. Which is exactly what he said he was describing. So yes, Ion, we DO know where Kerry “got his material,” and it wasn’t from you. It was from soldiers who were there.

    Doi.

  2. Did you just say doi? What are you eight? Are you seriously trying to tell me that the post I linked to is not implying that John Kerry was a Soviet Spy? Doi is right buddy.

    Here are the words of the link he has up from Maggies farm.

    I noticed the similarity between Gen. Pacepa’s examples of KGB psy-ops and John Kerry’s testimony in Congress. So did Sissy Willis, but Gateway shows the real deal.

    Gateway calls it “useful idiocy,” but I think otherwise. “Useful,” but not an idiot: I am not saying he was a spy, but perhaps a willing ally of the Soviets, and one who had clearly been handed a KGB script designed to undermine support for the war. I agree with Sen. Kerry about almost nothing political, but he isn’t an idiot.

    There are Americans out there who truly hate America enough to ally themselves with America’s enemies. That sad and unsettling fact opens the door to all sorts of suspicious thoughts which are unpleasant to entertain. That is what happens when one’s reality is shaken. I thought Kerry was disloyal, but not a man who would read a KGB script in Congress.

  3. Good Site . Nice work.

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