(h/t to Kels)
Terry Hurlbut’s sea monsters thing was fun – a mild eccentricity if you will. Yes, it’s a little bit weird, but let’s face it, there are plenty of people of there who believe in Nessie, and Yeti and aliens and I wouldn’t run around calling them mad.
Even if they did base their religious beliefs on the existence of the Loch Ness Monster – or is it the other way round?
However, when you get to the “you’re against me, therefore you’re working for Them” stage, it’s probably time to put your keyboard to one side and allow those friendly men in the white coats to take to that place where the pills keeps you happy and drooling.
It seems Terry Hurlbut has reached that stage, as can be seen from his response to one of his detractors in another insane post about the UN wanting to abolish world-wide property rights.
Why do you care, anyway? Could it be that, not only am I correct in my assessment of the ultimate purpose of the UN and its Earth Summit, but also—and more to the point—you’re in on it?
As I’ve said many time before: we just couldn’t make this up.