Twenty Bucks, Same as in Town: Conspiracies Unite Neonazi Teabaggers edition.
It's been well over a year since I did this feature and I thought it was high time to resurrect it. And what better reason to blow the dust off this Pottersville staple than to concentrate on the impact Pam Geller has had on our polite and civilized national political discourse and to name it the Conspiracies Unite Neonazi Teabaggers edition?
And, what a coincidence, Nuremberg Barbie has a new book out, courtesy of World Nut Daily, and it's called "Sweet Jesus, How I Hate That Muslim Nigger Obama and Please Join my Anti-French Resistance Movement." A quick look at the most popular tags that people have made show that Geller's brilliant condensation of Anders Breivik's 1518 page manifesto will reveal the impact she's had on the American reading public. If you're a veteran of Amazon, you'll know that in order to introduce your own tags, simply type tt anywhere on Geller's product page and go to town. At last count, hate speech(309), islamophobia(252), bigotry(248) and inspiration for the norway killer(233) were the top four runaway winners.
As yet, Pammy's book hasn't earned any reviews despite being in the top 1340 books on Amazon. No doubt, Amazon's own version of Joseph Goebbells is terribly busy censoring the not-so-flattering reviews such as the ones regularly written by the guy below:
Tennnn-hut! Teh general, inspired as much by Pam Geller as a Norwegian mass murderer, developed his own fascinating theory regarding crescents and a certain invisible line between General Mills' corporate offices and Mecca and it's called "The Lutefisk Line."
I never thought I'd ever link to Chuckie Johnson at Little Green Footballs but I figured everyone deserves a second look. Last year's winner of the Andrew Sullivan "What the Fucking Hell Was I Thinking During the Bush Administration?!" Apostate Award has an interesting review of Geller's book.
The folks at Desert Peace have some interesting theories as to why Nuremberg Barbie's neo-Nazi rally in Europe was shut down before it had even started. Naturally, Geller and her flying monkey squadron claimed it was proof of the creeping Islamic influence in Europe but the folks at DP have their own theories.
Loonwatch has some other interesting news about Geller, including the US government rejecting their SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) logo when Geller and Robert Spencer tried to trademark it last year because of its offensive, anti-Muslim nature. Despite that, SIOA has taken off. If you want a sense of how active they are, take a look at SIOA's bustling and highly interactive website.
Of course, it also could've just as easily have been that they simply ripped off a bank's logo.
Btw, if you're looking for a good deal on a used car, I wouldn't go to former mob wife Pam Geller, if I were you, especially if you're black.