Sunday, August 19, 2007

Fun with Paranoid Schizophrenia

When delusions crumble and one cannot admit one is wrong, there exists no other option but to: TURN UP THE CRAZY!

…so has Hal Turner done. His most recent post about his Amero coins is below, followed by a rebuttal.

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NETWORK CNBC CONFIRMS: U.S. DOLLAR, CANADIAN DOLLAR AND MEXICAN PESO TO BE REPLACED BY THE "AMERO"
THOSE WHO ARE DELUDED INTO THINKING THESE ARE "FANTASY COINS" NEED TO GET THEIR HEADS OUT OF THEIR ASS!
Unlike many, I actually KNOW how the Minting process for currency actually works. They intially ask for designs. They hold a contest to choose a winning design. Then they begin produciung "collectors coins" and, finally, they implement the new coin. The process is long, drawn out and expensive. It never happens for "fantasy."

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The rest is at Hal’s website. And of course, I keep a copy of all these ridiculous articles, so I can pull them out later and say – remember when…

A response to Hal:
1) “NETWORK CNBC CONFIRMS” CNBC did not confirm this. A man named Steve Previs was interviewed on CNBC in NOVEMBER 2006 who told people to look up the Amero on the internet. He seems to believe the Amero is coming.
2) You said you would hold the coins in your hands. Are you now saying that the pictures of the coins are designs, “part of a contest” not actually minted coins? In that case, the coins you showed us are fantasy because they DO NOT EXIST. They DO NOT PROVE the Amero is going to be manufactured. The vagaries of minting and your claimed exhaustive knowledge of it are meaningless to whether or not the pictures you showed us are of actual coins.
3) If the government is commissioning artists to create drafts, and if some schmuck named Steve Previs knew about the Amero last year, how are you breaking the story? Can’t you see that you are trying to lend credibility to the false story – that you had proof of the Amero in the form of pictures of actual coins you later claimed you were going to hold in your hands soon – by connecting it to the clip of Steve Previs talking about the Amero on CNBC. In reality, you could have just run the clip of Steve Previs as your proof of the Amero, you didn’t need pictures of coins. The issue remains – your pictures are not of real coins – they are still fakes and do not in and of themselves prove the Amero is being produced.

You are back peddling rather than admitting you made false claims. The issue is not if THE AMERO is being produced, planned or implemented. The issue is if YOUR PICTURE OF THE AMERO coins are real. They aren’t – just say it and move on. If we permit your logic to go unchallenged, any person who makes a photoshop picture of an Amero coin is proving the existence of the Amero conspiracy.

For example...Here is another picture of an Amero coin! And this one is pure gold! It was delivered to me by a well placed white supremacist leprechaun who has infiltrated the Department of Defense.

Please Hal, get HELP.

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