One of Mr. Toot’s loser minions, A Mom Anon hates living in the south. Nothing is preventing her from moving to another part of the country or keep the Facebook friends she has.
Odds are the reason A Mom Anon lives in the south is due to a job. If there are more jobs in the south than other parts of the country, maybe that should tell her that the economic/fiscal policies pursued in the south work?
Mr. Toot displays his debating skills on twitter on the subject of the Planned Parenthood videos.
Oh, fuck off, you fanatical asshole. @JohnCollison
— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) July 30, 2015
A very eloquent response!
Update: Mr. Toot uses the same line against another Twitter user.
Fuck off, you fanatical asshole. @19Pam56
— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) July 30, 2015
I think Charles needs to expand his vocabulary.
I never would have considered LGF’s resident Kapo Alouette a deep thinker.
Unemployed parasite from Argentina uses anti-Semitic catchphrase “Likudnik” to sanitize his Jew hatred, Mr. Toot concurs with himPosted: July 27, 2015
Where do we being? First off Gus (a week ago) called for a “one-stae” solution to the Middle East. For those of you not in the know it is in essence a euphemism for the destruction of Israel by having millions of people who claim to be “Palestinians” and who have been radicalized by decades of violent anti-Semitism and genocidal dreams to be given citizenship where they can vote Israel out of existence all the while engaging in Iraq/Afghanistan style terrorism. As for “Likudnik” – that is a slanderous term which tries to make a parliamentary party – which by the way signed the Camp David accords with Egypt and foolishly withdrew from Gaza – into a party beyond the pale. Benjamin Netanyahu is not a racist or a maximalist, he is a democratic parliamentarian who builds coalitions (even with left-wing parties) and there is nothing fascistic or totalitarian about him. Likud has lost elections, won elections, and been part of many coalitions. When they have lost elections they surrendered power as required and went back into the opposition camp. On the surface why “Likudnik” has become a term of opprobrium is perplexing – but not really. I first recall it being used by scum bag Jew hater Pat Buchanan, then by the demented Andrew Sullivan and even Barack Obama has used it, trying to make like there is a difference between the “good Israel” of Golda Meir as opposed to the “bad Israel” of Menahem Begin and Benjamin Netanyahu, somehow I doubt that if he were old enough back then, Barack Obama would have been a fan of the Israel of Ben-Gurion, Sharrett, Eshkol, Rabin, Peres, Dayan, Eban, and Meir.
As for Mr. Toot – all one can do is shake ones head as he moves into Glenn Greenwald, Justin Raimondo, Andrew Sullivan, and Jim Clancy territory and I do not know if I should pity or hate him. Charles and Gus are two of a kind. Both are on public subsistence even though they are physically capable of working, both are shut ins who live on twitter where they become emboldened through a keyboard, and both are massively ignorant and embittered.
Little Green Footballs once won the “pro Israel blog Award” many, many years ago – now it has become a pale imitation of the loathsome “Mondoweiss”, “Electronic Intifada”, “Firedoglake” in its genocidal wishes for the Jewish nation. As for the Likud Party being allied with neo-Nazis – Gus and Toot are fucking nuts! Menahem Begin was opposed to Israel establishing diplomatic relations with West Germany in 1965 (he was wrong and later admitted he was wrong).
Not just American wingnuts – some of these far right Israeli politicians have made alliances with European fascist groups too. @Gus_802
— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) July 28, 2015
From the LGF Archives:
75 Charles Fri, May 23, 2003 11:28:07am
Caton is right; I would prefer for the abortion argument not to happen here.
258 Charles Tue, Oct 12, 2004 10:48:07am
On the subject of abortion: I do not have a hard and fast rule about not discussing it. However, this topic is a very good example of why I prefer people to avoid the subject — because it inevitably causes hard feelings and vicious fights, among people who are otherwise on the same side, and nobody’s opinion ever changes.
There are plenty of forums on the internet where you can argue about abortion if that’s what you want. I’d prefer to focus elsewhere.
642 Charles Sun, Feb 13, 2005 2:53:55pm
Freedom Fan: I don’t have a specific policy on discussing abortion. I just know from years and years of debating the issue that: 1) there’s nothing left to say on either side, and 2) the debate invariably escalates into personal attacks, rapidly.
I’ve requested in the past that we refrain from bringing this issue into LGF, because of these reasons.
224 Charles Thu, May 5, 2005 10:56:19am
There’s no hard and fast rule about which topics can or can’t be discussed here. I’ve said before (and still feel) that arguments about abortion invariably escalate instantaneously to the point of nuclear fusion, and that I’d prefer (just for my own sanity) that if people can’t refrain from the issue, at least try to avoid meltdown and keep things reasonably civil.
And the same goes for homosexuality; I have nothing against discussing it, but if the tone veers into gay-bashing, then I have a problem because we have quite a few valued commenters here who are gay, and if it comes down to losing a gay-basher versus losing an intelligent commenter — well…
So no — there’s no taboo and you won’t get banned for talking about any subject. Just try to remember that there are people behind all these internet text blocks.
1024 Charles Mon, Oct 31, 2005 1:21:56pm
Sheesh. More than a thousand comments in less than seven hours? What the heck happened in here?
Oh, I see. Abortion again.
889 Charles Sat, Nov 4, 2006 8:09:39am
realwest: I actually don’t have a “policy” about discussing abortion, in the sense of a hard and fast rule. But I’d prefer that people don’t argue about it here, because it inevitably leads to the internet equivalent of a screaming match, and we have enough of those already. There are plenty of other places on the web where you can have that argument…
706 Charles Sat, Mar 24, 2007 3:56:28pm
Re: the scary abortion subject.
There’s no outright ban on abortion discussions. But after years of trouble and strife, I’ve learned that this topic invariably deteriorates very quickly into a flame war.
There are literally thousands of places on the web where you can get into a flame war about Roe v. Wade, if that’s what you really want to do. I’d prefer that LGF not be one of them.
172 Charles Fri, May 4, 2007 5:00:52pm
I should have known better than to try to ask a tech question in the middle of an abortion argument.
56 Charles Sat, Sep 22, 2007 6:25:56pm
And I really do not appreciate the effort to divert this important topic into another argument about abortion.
59 Charles Sat, Sep 22, 2007 6:26:57pm
re: #57 Killgore Trout
re: #52 cbinfluxI just turned it on a few days ago. Might turn it off again. Looks like we’re headed for an abortion fight on a friday night. This could get ugly.
There isn’t going to be an abortion fight, because I’m not going to allow it.
3 Charles Mon, Oct 8, 2007 6:34:56pm
re: #1 zombie
Dobson. Ay Caramba.
Well, we had an abortion discussion in an open thread a couple of days ago, and it was actually pretty sane, so I’m hoping this one won’t turn into a total meltdown.
I know, I’m an optimist.
427 Charles Fri, Oct 26, 2007 7:47:09pm
re: #411 Caliredst8r
How did “abortion” get into this discussion? Please take your agenda somewhere else.
Yeah, let’s keep the topic of abortion off of Little Green Footballs because it’s so inflammatory.
Charles, remember when you had “Crunchy Parts?” Nobody here does either. Go figure.
What I find ironic is that Charles F. Johnson is essentially defending Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, an undisputed racist and an adherent to the ethnic cleansing tenets of the eugenics movement. These tenets of racial purity were supported by Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and many others of her time.
Sanger’s stated mission was to promote birth control and sterilization of blacks and other non-white people to limit the populations of those deemed to be inferior.
What’s also ironic was that Margaret Sanger was against abortion as a prophylactic. It wasn’t until her death in 1966 that Planned Parenthood took off their masks and began promoting abortion as a simple medical procedure with no regard to the sanctity of human life.
Yet Charles F. Johnson claims he’s not a racist.
When reports surfaced that the Lafayette theater shooter John Russell Houser had Nazi ties, Mr. Toot jumped on that and did a celebration lap.
Charles never explains how a nation that elected Obama twice, will be taken over by Neo-Nazis? Can someone also tell Charles that the economic platform of the National Socialist Workers Party is identical to that of today’s Democrat party.
Mr. Toot’s Nazi obsession is bizarre and weird.
Yesterday there was a shooting in a movie theater in Louisiana. As expected, the LGF crew jumped on this to bash gun rights. Two of the embittered losers, Darthstar and resident Kapo Alouette tweeted out some stupidity.
— The Vicious Babushka (@viciousbabushka) July 24, 2015
Active shooters and innocent black people getting killed by authorities – that’s what prime-time entertainment has been reduced to. #America
— Sean McCabe (@darthstar99) July 24, 2015