The Pages’ “Do I Believe In You” made No. 84 on Billboard’s Top 100 Singles list in 1979. Charles didn’t last long with that band either, and his levis look very uncomfortable. That might explain something.
The Little Green Footballs Wiki page has been edited from the last time I perused it, and now includes these links:
Allegations of anti-Arab and anti-Muslim sentiment
- R. J. Smith, writing in Los Angeles Magazine, stated that LGF is a “dysfunctional mix of beautiful photos Johnson takes on coastal bike rides and constitutionally protected hate speech” which “believes all Muslims are terrorists until proven innocent.”
- Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) called Little Green Footballs “a vicious, anti-Muslim hate site” and says that the FBI has “investigated several threats of physical harm against Muslims posted by Little Green Footballs readers”.
- Columnist Antonia Zerbisias has described LGF as a “virulently anti-Muslim/Arab website”.
“It’s like somebody got to him” —Andrew Breitbart
Any guesses on who knocked on Charles’ kitchen door at 3AM? Nah. Didn’t think so.
C’mon, Icaroid. Who’s paying you to post teh stoopid?
Since not all of his lizardlappers follow him on Twitter, Charles made sure they saw his brilliant insightful comment by reposting it on Little Green Footboils. But what does it mean?
I don’t know, Babs, but I do know this. It’s time to poll the audience.
Have at it.
From the Department of Never Before Posted Archives:
It’s been almost a year since we saw this:
Of course, the reason we do a lot of “screen-shotting” is because Charles has a tendency to make stuff disappear, perhaps more so than any other blogger on the web…
In any case, between then and now, we’ve seen the self-identified blog pacifist post endless threads taking unprovoked shots at Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, Andrew Breitbart, Hot Air, and Gateway Pundit (just to name a few). So, already we can see that CJ’s statement there is pretty ridiculous.
As far as we’re concerned, however, teh Johnson has had to be a lot stealthier when it comes to the warfare. After all, he’s on record that he doesn’t visit our site. But for some reason, he knows an awful lot about what goes on. Let’s see what kind of things he’s done in the past year on offence and defense, and in reaction to us.
Bogus “tweet counters”. When we spread the word that Johnson’s the numbers used in his “retweet” boasts had nothing to do with retweets, he held a private thread, sent desperate messages to bit.ly, and eventually posted this:
(It didn’t work, and the “tweet counter” remains busted to this day).
Last saved as a draft file by Chen Zhen on 8 January 2012 and it’s never seen the light of day.
These are Charles Johnsons’ posts verbatim from the BRC Archives without edits.
00045956 04165 7 Charles Thu, Sep 19, 2002 3:57:05pm
Dave D. wrote:
This “compensation” crap makes me wonder if these people haven’t been taking lessons from Jesse Jackson and the rest of our Slavery Reparations crowd.
Well, Jackson did visit recently. It would not surprise me if the subject came up.
00422475 08672 146 Charles Sat, Oct 25, 2003 7:43:57am
Ladies and gentlemen: Al Sharpton, the racist demagogue par excellence. He fits in beautifully.
00424820 08691 16 Charles Sun, Oct 26, 2003 3:42:44pm
Dennis Kucinich is insane.
Al Sharpton is worse. “In the Middle East, it’s not about terrorism.” Wow.
And Sharpton is getting a riotous ovation for these remarks.
00947559 12465 62 Charles Sun, Sep 5, 2004 7:22:21am
I posted this because I had a feeling the LGF hordes would criticize the ads. I agree — they’re not very good. Invoking Horton is probably a bad idea.
The connections of Al Sharpton to the Kerry campaign should be drawn out; Sharpton is a dangerous man, and represents the looniest wing of the Dems. But it would have to be done more artfully than this, to avoid as much as possible the inevitable cries of racism.
03508690 24166 2 Charles Sat, Jan 27, 2007 8:05:46am
Can anyone translate what Jesse Jackson is saying?
06175568 31824 794 Charles Wed, Nov 5, 2008 2:56:33pm
re: #779 shiek al beif salami
IMHO, racism as an accusation against the United States is dead, dead, dead. A few racists may live here, but the country isn’t racist. That issue died once and for all last night, and anyone who keeps it going is a racist by definition.
Sorry, I don’t agree the issue has died. Al Sharpton is already ramping up to push even harder on his favorite race-baiting issues, and that’s the direction things are headed.
07706406 34682 530 Charles Wed, Sep 16, 2009 5:34:33pm
re: #528 Cosmo
Just as I do not judge Catholics against the yardstick of John Kerry, nor Baptists and Pentecostals based on Al Sharpton and Pat Robertson, I sincerely hope that, although both Skousen and Beck were/are LDS, that those who frequent this site do not judge the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints solely on their commentaries and opinions.
Nothing I’ve seen here, including Charles’s inherent fairness, would lead me to believe otherwise.
Absolutely not – I don’t judge all Mormons by Cleon Skousen, any more than I judge all Southerners by Robert Stacy McCain.
07803120 34930 295 Charles Sat, Oct 17, 2009 9:42:18am
Al Sharpton is threatening to sue Rush Limbaugh over his WSJ article:
07909996 35243 44 Charles Mon, Nov 30, 2009 7:14:03pm
re: #32 hanoch
So you look at the Nancy Pelosis, Michael Moores, Al Frankens, Cindy Sheehans, Jimmy Carters and Al Sharptons of the world and you conclude that the left side of the political spectrum is where sanity and moderation exists? I can’t understand this.
As you’re a creationist, I wouldn’t expect you to agree.
08088597 35721 231 Charles Fri, Feb 5, 2010 3:18:38pm
Notice that American Renaissance can barely hide their contempt for Kevin Martin:
Kevin Martin was the next to speak. He opened by lamenting how difficult it is to be a Republican in the black community. He blamed most of the problems that blacks face on the fact that “self-appointed leaders” like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have conditioned blacks to believe in a culture of victimization that prevents them from ever taking responsibility for their own problems.
Nevertheless, Martin seemed to blame the media for most of the negative stereotypes about blacks. His speech was also full of the usual banalities, such as “we’re all members of one race: the human race,” etc. Nevertheless, Martin should be praised for rejecting the culture of victimhood that he described.
Their differences with Martin stem from the fact that they consider him to be genetically inferior to a white man. That’s why they sneer at his comment that the media are to blame for negative stereotypes — because to them, it’s Martin HIMSELF who is to blame, because that’s how black people are.
It’s a profoundly sick world view. This is why decent people shun the Jared Taylor crowd.