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Tim McClellan He is not only a radical islamic muslin but he is also a
known communist and that his how he became president so fast. His
communist ties go very deep. From the South side of Chicago to the
Whitehouse. Not only the public communist helped him but the ones in
congress did as well. This is the biggest hoax the World has ever seen!
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Tim Berisha Wow what lack of intelligence
Like Reply 3 22 November 2014 at 15:55
Tim McClellan Some people can't handle the truth, it appears your
one of them. Do some research BEFORE you shoot your mouth of
an embarrass yourself in public Tim McClellan - R Political
Strategist
Like Reply 5 22 November 2014 at 16:41
YoaYali Emi I don't need no research !! You all don't know what it is
to really have a bad president I had to run away from home because
of one !! And OBAMA is a good PRESIDENT !!!! I don't want another
idiot coming in who is racist and more stupid !! Gooooo OBAMA
Like Reply 3 4 March at 03:48
Luis Martinez Tim what do you base your statement on show me
hard and real evidence to back your claim
Like Reply 4 4 March at 14:52
Ty Gardiner Grab your right ear with your left hand, your left ear with
your right hand, and pull. That sound you hear will be your head
poppin' outta your ass.
Like Reply 2 13 April at 22:00
Tim McClellan 42 years in the political business and 7 years of
investigations on Obama. Plus 16 hours a day 7 days a week for
the last 3+ years. I am a NPA Geopolitical Strategist and Journalist.
Like Reply 1 13 April at 22:44
Nigel McMillan No your just a prick who Actually believes what h
writes . And im not even american and i can see the hole in your
arse you are talking out of from here
Like Reply 3 29 April at 20:04
Nigel McMillan And if you have been in politics for 42 years surely
you would be in your late 60s now. So your pictures a bit out of date
Like Reply 3 29 April at 20:09
Tim McClellan Nigel McMillan, Interesting that I don't look like a
worn out POS like you that has a mind that has turned to mush as
well. I strongly suggest you stay out of the U.S because you won''t
last five minutes here. I promise you at my age I will kick the living
sh!t out of your you coward. Luis Martinez, if you care, go read the
many articles that have all the details. If you are too lazy, then you
will be one of the first to die out of sheer ignorange. Grow up
people, the days of talking are over. I predicted over three years ago
and everything I predicted I wrote articles about before it happened
has happend and I will gaurentee you 100%, the rest will happen
too. I am done argueing with people. I have done it for three and half
years to have fuckheads like Nigel McMillan to make asinine
remarks. Go ahead, believe him and you when the bulet goes
through your childs head, thank the moron.
Like Reply 1 29 April at 20:39
Tim McClellan Before Clint said that, I was already quoted two
years earlier as saying "Obama has perpetrated the largest hoax
the world has ever seen." ~ Tim McClellan His name is not even
Barack Hussein Obama, it is Barry Soetoro. And no, he is not a US
citizen.
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Suzanne Jeffers Blake I just want to make sure i get this straight
tim. What you are saying is that President Obama is a radical,
Islamic, communist muslin which, in fact, is a type of fabric? Should
we also be fearful of, say, flannels and fleece? Polyester doesn't
really let your skin breathe so i guess that can be pretty darn
dangerous. Now cotton, that's probably a good, safe, well loved all
American fabric that should hopefully appeal to all who are afraid of
those other, scary, terrorist fabrics.
Like Reply 1 21 November at 06:22
Suzanne Jeffers Blake I am just extremely thankful that Tim m. is a
'political strategist' for the the other side.
Like Reply 21 November at 19:22
Nigel McMillan And you are still a loony twat . Kick my arse lol
Like Reply 22 November at 16:33
Nigel McMillan And still no reply and my arse is still intact . Odd hey
.
Like Reply 14 December at 11:17
Artxell Knaphni Mr. Tim McClellan, it seems that you are the only
commenter on this thread who is threatening harm to others.
Others have insulted you, but no one has threatened you. If threats
of unilateral violence are the usual corollary of your political activity,
this neither speaks well of your strategic abilities, nor of any political
orientation palatable to decent people.
Like Reply 14 December at 16:56
Tim McClellan To all whack jobs. I usually don't bother with such
foolish questions and petty issues like a typo. But simple minds
argue simple points. Your pitiful leader is not only a Radical Islamic
Muslim, gay, drug user. what is scary is that apparently you can
directly relate to him. Artxell Knaphni, where did I threaten anyone.
Will you crazy people please use facts. I am a professional, not a
armchair quarterback of politics like you. Get your facts straight or
go watch football.
Like Reply 14 December at 17:08
Nigel McMillan So shove that in your political pipe and smoke it
through your macho arse lol . Seems to me these political writer
type are perfectly built to be threatening . Well known for it . No way
that's not it is it . They are well known for writing , well stuff . Like
how a Muslim could be a communist ??! ! . Two complete and
opposites now aren't they . One worships a fictional character and
the others don't lol
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Artxell Knaphni
https://www.facebook.com/.../a.14361.../1480811668872614/...

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Artxell Knaphni You can click on the link above, or read this: "Tim
McClellan Nigel McMillan, Interesting that I don't look like a worn out
POS like you that has a mind that has turned to mush as well. I
strongly suggest you stay out of the U.S because you won''t last five
minutes here. I promise you at my age I will kick the living sh!t out of
your you coward."
Like Reply 14 December at 17:21 Edited
Nigel McMillan Strange thing is I lived in America for a year also
have visited it after . And I survived and am still surviving with my
arse intact
Like Reply 14 December at 17:24
Tim McClellan I guess I was correct in my previous comment. You
know nothing. Obama was raised Muslim (5 years of Muslim
school in Indonesia) then induction into communism in Hawaii
(from Frank Marshall Davis) and Chicago (the Unions). That formed
his beliefs which are NOT the beliefs of Americans. Not to mention
he lied to all Americans and said he was Christian. Maybe you like
foreigners that lie running your country, we don't.
I am not going to waste my time to see what you said to provoke
that response, but I am sure my response was an appropriate
response.
Like Reply 14 December at 17:32
Tim McClellan I just looked at both of your profiles. Pitiful.
Like Reply 14 December at 17:35
Nigel McMillan I'm still waiting
Like Reply 14 December at 17:40
Artxell Knaphni Evidently, you are incapable of recalling the very
"facts" that you create, Mr. Tim McClellan. There is enough evidence
here to initiate legal proceedings, so you would be well advised to
exercise caution.
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Tim McClellan Go ahead and try and sue me. I will even hep you,
fuck off moron. You wouldn't know a fact if it slapped you in the face.
Bring it on phony. This will be my last comment as I have a low
tolerance for assholes and that describes you perfect. Maybe you
should read my profile. I have a very strong legal background and
you have neither a legal or political background. Grow up punk.
Like Reply 14 December at 19:26
Artxell Knaphni You're stupid.
Like Reply 14 December at 23:23
Artxell Knaphni You are the one who evidently doesn't keep track of
his own "fact" production. You have a weak mind, your aggression
is a compensation. Politics is for the inferior, that's why you like it.
Your "strong legal background" probably consists of a criminal
record.
Like Reply 14 December at 23:33
Artxell Knaphni THE RIGHTS OF TIM MCCLELLAN, 'POLITICAL
STRATEGIST' - THE FREEDOM TO LIE
It looks like the cautionary mention of legal proceedings has scared
you off. If you have no more to offer, then a summation of this
thread's proceedings is in order.
TIM MCCLELLAN'S OBSESSION WITH BARACK OBAMA
[Tim McClellan]: "Your pitiful leader is not only a Radical Islamic
Muslim, gay, drug user."
[Tim McClellan]: "Obama was raised Muslim (5 years of Muslim
school in Indonesia) then induction into communism in Hawaii
(from Frank Marshall Davis) and Chicago (the Unions).
That formed his beliefs which are NOT the beliefs of Americans.
Not to mention he lied to all Americans and said he was Christian.
Maybe you like foreigners that lie running your country, we don't."
{AK}: "5 years of Muslim school in Indonesia" =/= "radical islamic
muslin" or "Radical Islamic Muslim"
That's a bad argument, even if it was true.
The ages 6-10 are not known to be especially formative in the
development of conscious adult political or religious orientations.
Unless you're suggesting he was brainwashed then.
In any case, you're lying.
He's had other influences: "From ages six to ten, Obama attended
local Indonesian-language schools: St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
School for two years and Besuki Public School for one and a half
years, supplemented by English-language Calvert School
homeschooling by his mother.[17][18]"
The "English-language Calvert School homeschooling by his
mother", who was an academic, is probably a strong reason why he
is President, today, arousing the envy of racist hacks like yourself.
http://blog.calverteducation.com/.../barack-obama.../
[Tim McClellan]: "That formed his beliefs which are NOT the beliefs
of Americans."
{AK}:That's an unsupported assertion, based on your earlier
envious lie.
He's had a multicultural education, that enriches him.
He's less liable to the foreign policy gaffes of his predecessors.
[Tim McClellan]: "Not to mention he lied to all Americans and said
he was Christian."
{AK}: You're basing that on your earlier lie, & you expect everyone to
believe your jealous hysteria? lol
[Tim McClellan]: "Maybe you like foreigners that lie running your
country, we don't"
{AK}: You're not a Native American; you're a liar; you're not running
the country.
At last, you got something right. lol
As it stands, you seem to be a jealous liar, who clutches & twists
every straw the wind blows.
You never seem to deliver actual evidence of your claims. In any
case, whatever the truth is, of the insane asylum known as the USA,
that isn't relevant to your conduct on this thread, which seems
strongly indicative of your approach in general.
All in all, it really does seem that your actions exemplify the very
horrors you attribute to Barack Obama.
So, whatever the relative merits of both your views, one important &
crucial difference, is that Obama seems a lot saner, & nicer.
TIM MCCLELLAN & HIS PRACTICE OF FANTASY FACTUALITY
{AK}: Nigel McMillan is entitled to express his opinion; he was rude,
but not abusive, nor did he threaten you.
Your response was the kind of direct hostility revealing an undertow
of sadistic aggression characteristic of people of your type. It's the
kind of habitual hysteria common in those whose ignorance
exceeds their ambitions & abilities. It's characteristic of those who
are reluctant to learn, & who thus are unable to go beyond the
simplistic categories of their limitations.
The fact is that you threatened physical violence towards someone
who said:
"Nigel McMillan No your just a prick who Actually believes what h
writes . And im not even american and i can see the hole in your
arse you are talking out of from here"
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"Nigel McMillan And if you have been in politics for 42 years surely
you would be in your late 60s now. So your pictures a bit out of date"
{AK}: Your reply:
[Tim McClellan]: "Nigel McMillan, Interesting that I don't look like a
worn out POS like you that has a mind that has turned to mush as
well. I strongly suggest you stay out of the U.S because you won''t
last five minutes here. I promise you at my age I will kick the living
sh!t out of your you coward."
{AK}: Of which you said:
[Tim McClellan]: "I am not going to waste my time to see what you
said to provoke that response, but I am sure my response was an
appropriate response."
{AK}: Your earlier claim:
[Tim McClellan]: "Artxell Knaphni, where did I threaten anyone. Will
you crazy people please use facts. I am a professional, not a
armchair quarterback of politics like you. Get your facts straight or
go watch football."
{AK}: Your notion of an "appropriate response", & ability to perceive
context, speaks for itself.
The "fact" that you regard a threat of physical violence to be an
"appropriate response" to mere "asinine remarks" (your words), of
course, shows the degree to which you esteem democratic values,
an estimation you seem to share with ISIL/Islamic State.
Your notion of what constitutes a "fact" is revealing.
It seems that you equate only your own opinions & perceptions with
factuality, with regard to which, you demand unquestioning assent.
Failure to secure such an assent results in violent reaction, look at
your language: "You wouldn't know a fact if it slapped you in the
face."
Your notion of the "factual" is governed by fear of dissent, & a
willingness to deliver violence, as an "appropriate response" to
such dissent.
But there is no reasoned consideration beyond these factors.
Your factual error on this thread, an error concerning your own
linguistic acts, which you seemed to consider trivial & refused to
check, on the strength of an additionally erroneous self-conception;
seems to be the model of your entire output.
Whatever the reasons for your manipulative distortions &
deceptions, your delivery of them reflects strongly the ignorance
analysed by Edward T. Hall in "The Silent Language" (see next
comment); its modes of orgiastic hysteria; & the mores of the
audience it characterises. It is regrettable that Hall's enlightened
counsel has been so poorly reflected by the USA's foreign policy, in
the decades subsequent to his book's publication.
Your own work, as a so-called "Political Strategist", is an obvious &
deliberate intensification of this trend.
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality

Barack Obama: Calvert


Homeschooler? | Calvert
BLOG.CALVERTEDUCATION.COM

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Artxell Knaphni "The Silent Language" Edward T. Hall (I)
INTRODUCTION
Though the United States has spent billions of dollars on foreign
aid programs, it has captured neither the affection nor esteem of
the rest of the world. In many countries today Americans are
cordially disliked; in others merely tolerated. The reasons for this
sad state of affairs are many and varied, and some of them are
beyond the control of anything this country might do to try to correct
them. But harsh as it may seem to the ordinary citizen, filled as he
is with good intentions and natural generosity, much of the
foreigners' animosity has been generated by the way Americans
behave:. As a country we are apt to be guilty of great ethnocentrism.
In many of our foreign aid programs we employ a heavy-handed
technique in dealing with local nationals. We insist that everyone
else do things our way. Consequently we manage to convey the
impression that we simply regard foreign nationals as
"underdeveloped Americans." Most of our silent language even
though they use it every day. They are not conscious of the
elaborate patterning of behavior which prescribes our handling of
time, our spatial relationships, our attitudes toward work, play, and
learning. In addition to what we say with our verbal language we are
constantly communicating our real feelings in our silent language the language of behavior. Sometimes this is correctly interpreted by
other nationalities, but more often it is not. Difficulties in intercultural
communication are seldom seen for what they are. When it
becomes apparent to people of different countries that they are not
understanding one another, each tends to blame it on "those
foreigners," on their stupidity, deceit, or craziness. The following
examples will illuminate some of these cross-cultural crosspurposes at their most poignant. Despite a host of favorable
auspices an American mission in Greece was having great difficulty
working out an agreement with Greek officials. Efforts to negotiate
met with
resistance and suspicion on the part of the Greeks. The Americans
were unable to conclude the agreements needed to start new
projects. Upon later examination of this exasperating situation two
unsuspected reasons were found for the stalemate: First,
Americans pride themselves on being outspoken and forthright.

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These qualities are regarded as a liability by the Greeks. They are


taken to indicate a lack of finesse which the Greeks deplore. The
American directness immediately prejudiced the Greeks. Second,
when the Americans arranged meetings with the Greeks they tried
to limit the length .of the meetings and to reach agreements on
general principles first, delegating the drafting of details to
subcommittees. The Greeks regarded this practice as a device to
pull the wool over their eyes. The Greek practice is to work out
details in front of all concerned and continue meetings for as long
as is necessary. The result of this behavior does not spring from
malice but from ignorance, which is as grievous a sin in
international relations. We are not only almost totally ignorant of
what is expected in other countries, we are equally ignorant of what
we are communicating to other people by our own normal behavior.
It is not my thesis that Americans should be universally loved. But I
take no consolation in the remark of a government official who
stated that ''we don't have to be liked just so long as we are
respected." In most countries we are neither liked nor respected. It
is time that Americans learned how to communicate effectively with
foreign nationals. It is time that we stop alienating people with
whom we are trying to work.
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality
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Artxell Knaphni "The Silent Language" Edward T. Hall (II)
INTRODUCTION
For many years I have been concerned with the selection and
training of Americans to work in foreign countries for
both government and business. I am convinced that much of our
difficulty with people in other countries stems from the fact that so
little is known about cross-cultural communication. Because of this
lack, much of the good will and great effort of the nation has been
wasted in its overseas programs. When Americans are sent
abroad to deal with other peoples they should first be carefully
selected as to their suitability to work in a foreign culture. They
should also be taught to speak and read the language of the
country of assignment and thoroughly trained in the culture of the'
country. All of this takes time and costs money. However, unless we
are willing to select and train personnel, we simply sell ourselves
short overseas. Yet this formal training in the language, history,
government, and customs of another nation is only the first step in a
comprehensive program. Of equal importance is an introduction to
the non-verbal language which exists in every country of the world
and among the various groups within each country. Most Americans
are only dimly aware of this isunderstanding was a series of
unproductive meetings with each side deploring the other's
behavior. In the Middle East, Americans usually have a difficult time
with the Arabs. I remember an American agriculturalist who went to
Egypt to teach modern agricultural methods to the Egyptian
farmers. At one point in his work he asked his interpreter to ask a
farmer how much he expected his field to yield that year. The farmer
responded by becoming very excited and angry. In an obvious
attempt to soften the reply the interpreter said, "He says he doesn't
know." The American realized something had gone wrong, but he
had no way of knowing what. Later I learned that the Arabs regard
anyone who tries to look into the future as slightly insane. When the
American asked him about his future yield, the Egyptian was highly
insulted since he thought the American considered him crazy. To
the Arab only God knows the future, and it is presumptuous even to
talk about it.
In Japan I once interviewed an American scholar who was sent to
Japan to teach American history to Japanese university professors.
The course was well under way when the American began to doubt
if the Japanese understood his lectures. Since he did not speak
Japanese, he asked for an interpreter. After a few lectures with the
interpreter translating for him, the American asked the group to
meet without him and make a report on what they were learning
from the course. The next time the American met with the class the
interpreter told him that the class understood only about 50 per cent
of what had been going on. The American was discouraged and
upset. What he didn't know was that he had inadvertently insulted
the group by requesting an interpreter. In Japan a sign of an
educated man is his ability to speak English. The Japanese
professors felt that the American had caused them to lose face by
implying that they were uneducated when he requested the
interpreter. Americans often do so badly in their jobs overseas that
military officers have a real fear of being assigned to some
countries. I once heard a retired admiral talking to an army general
about a mutual acquaintance. "Poor old Charley," lamented the
admiral, "he got mixed up with those Orientals in the Far East and it
ruined his career." Periodically, after an incident like the Girard
case, which was a tragedy of errors by both American military and
diplomatic personnel in Japan, there is a brief flurry of interest in
"doing something about better selection of personnel for foreign
assignment." As one Pentagon aide remarked, "At least we ought to
be able to select them so they don't shoot the local civilians.
Obviously there are always going to be unavoidable incidents when
our forces are stationed in foreign countries.
Many of the incidents are made worse, however, by the inept way
the Americans handle the consequences. When incidents do occur,
the Americans rarely know how to act in such a way as to avoid
adding fuel to the fire. They are usually blind to the fact that what
passes as ordinary, acceptable American behavior is often
interpreted in such a way by foreigners that it distorts our true
sentiments or our intentions.
If this book does nothing more than to plant this idea, it will have
served its purpose. Yet in writing these pages
I have had a more ambitious goal. This book was written for the
layman, the person who is at times perplexed by the life in which he
finds himself, who often feels driven here and there by forces he
does not understand, who may see others doing things that
genuinely mystify him at home in America as well as overseas in
another culture. I hope that I can show the reader that behind the

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apparent mystery, people learned informally by imitation. Man was


able to exploit the potential of music only when he started writing
musical scores. This is what must be done for culture. This book
represents the cultural analogue of a musical primer."
Hall, Edward T. The Silent Language.
DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC.,
GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK: 1959.
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality
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Artxell Knaphni Alfred McCoy, an actual geopolitical strategist; Tim
McClellan, a blustering, political con artist.
Grandmaster of the Great Game: Obamas geopolitical strategy for
containing China
October 13, 2015 by Alfred McCoy
http://www.energypost.eu/grandmaster-great-game-obamas.../
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality

Grandmaster of the Great Game:


Obamas geopolitical strategy
ENERGYPOST.EU

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Artxell Knaphni {AK}:Could the article below, be talking about those
like Tim Mcclellan?
"What kind of person becomes a jihadi terrorist? Specifically, what
kind of educated person? The overwhelming majority of graduates
recruited into Islamist terrorism studied engineering, science and
medicine. Almost none are social science or arts graduates,
according to research. The insight could have important
implications.
Almost half (48.5%) of jihadis recruited in the Middle East and north
Africa had a higher education of some sort, according to a 2007
analysis by Diego Gambetta that is cited in Immunising the Mind, a
new paper published by the British Council; of these 44% had
degrees in engineering. Among western-recruited jihadis that figure
rose to 59%.
A study of terrorists in Tunisia where an electrical engineer went
on a murderous rampage in June showed similar proportions.
And a study of 18 British Muslims implicated in terrorist attacks
found that eight had studied
engineering or IT, and four more science, pharmacy and maths;
only one had studied humanities.
All this is no coincidence, concludes Martin Rose, the British
Councils senior consultant on the Middle East and north Africa.
Immunising the Mind his report gathers a wide spectrum of
opinion in support of the contention that science education fails to
inculcate critical thinking in the way that the debates within arts
teaching do. Rose coins the notion of an engineering mindset,
which makes science students easier prey for terrorist recruiters.
His report draws on a range of academic studies and a British
intelligence dossier that describes the ideal recruit as intelligent
and curious, but unquestioning of authority.
The culture of science teaching, says Rose, resolves all too easily
into a right and wrong, correct and incorrect binary. This damages
the ability of science and engineering students to develop the skills
of critical examination. It is not a phenomenon confined to foreign
universities, he suggests, pointing to reports of the growing appeal
of creationism for some British Muslim medical students."
(Are scientists easy prey for jihadism? | Paul Vallely | Opinion | The
Guardian)
http://www.theguardian.com/.../scientists-easy-prey...
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality

Are scientists easy prey for


jihadism? | Paul Vallely
THEGUARDIAN.COM | BY PAUL VALLELY

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Artxell Knaphni "Why do so many terrorists have engineering
degrees?"
http://www.slate.com/.../science/2009/12/buildabomber.html
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#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality

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Tim McClellan LMAO, I have a new stalker. Awesome, spread the
word.
Since I do this professionally and invest my time and knowledge to
educate and inform, your foolish lies mean nothing.
I am personal friends with his Muslim teacher from Indonesia. Stop
lying.
I eat clowns like you for breakfast. Keep it up and I will take the five
minutes to find you and well, since you has such a wild imagination
I will leave the rest to you. I will say it will be an exsperience you will
never forget.
By the way, I own the private companies and use Social Media a
Public Service.
I have also owned 15 companies in all different fields. Plus many
other specialties that would scare you half to death if I could talk
about it.
Keep watching TV and reading the mainstream press. Clearly it is
having no effect in brainwashing you.
Tim McClellan, full time (43 years) Geopolitical Strategist,
International Investigative Journalist and Counter Terrorism SOP
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Artxell Knaphni Tim McClellan "I have a new stalker. Awesome,
spread the word."
{AK}: I'm summing up a FB encounter with a self-declared "Political
Strategist".
Thank you for returning & confirming your anti-constitutional habit of
trying to suppress free speech through intimidation.
Anyway:
You're the one who checked our profiles.
You're the one constantly inviting us to inspect your work.
This is promotion for you, I can send you an invoice.
[Tim McClellan]: "Since I do this professionally and invest my time
and knowledge to educate and inform, your foolish lies mean
nothing."
{AK}: Yes, you're definitely a VIP in the profession of Stupidity.
I've indicated your lies, you haven't actually indicated any of the "lies"
you're attributing to me.
Point out a lie, just one.
[Tim McClellan]: "I am personal friends with his Muslim teacher
from Indonesia. Stop lying."
{AK}: Did I say you weren't "personal friends with his Muslim teacher
from Indonesia"?
Did I say Obama didn't have a "Muslim teacher from Indonesia"?
So, all of a sudden, you're "personal friends" with the very individual
you accuse of being a vector of Obama's radicalisation!
What does that say about you?
What would you say about you? "It has come to light that Tim
McClellan was an associate of the radical Islamist cleric who
indoctrinated Barack Obama." lol
My point was that he had cosmopolitan influences, not that he didn't
have a particular influence.
Are you saying he didn't attend "St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School
for two years" or have "English-language Calvert School
homeschooling by his mother"?
[Tim McClellan]: "I eat clowns like you for breakfast."
{AK}: I guess that cannibalistic 'Jesture' (sic) explains why you're
such a joke, then!
[Tim McClellan]: "Keep it up and I will take the five minutes to find
you and well, since you has such a wild imagination I will leave the
rest to you. I will say it will be an exsperience you will never forget."
{AK}: Is that another threat, another example of your American
democratic ways, your professionalism, those advanced
educational & informative techniques?
You don't learn, do you?
[Tim McClellan]: "By the way, I own the private companies and use
Social Media a Public Service. I have also owned 15 companies in
all different fields. Plus many other specialties that would scare you
half to death if I could talk about it."
{AK}: Wow! You're so important & influential! You must be one of
those "Elites" that Alex Jones talks about! A Bilderburger! Or is it a
McDonald's hamburger?
[Tim McClellan]: "Keep watching TV and reading the mainstream
press. Clearly it is having no effect in brainwashing you."
{AK}: I don't watch TV or buy Newspapers. So there are no effects at
all.
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality
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Tim McClellan Talking to morons like you is a complete waste of
valuable time. By the way I have not read your last message sand
won't read any others either. "Sometimes it is better to be thought a
fool than to speak and remove all doubt". ~ Tim McClellan. You
would be wise to remember this.

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Artxell Knaphni [Tim McClellan]: "Talking to morons like you is a
complete waste of valuable time.
{AK}: This whole thread documents the truth about Tim McClellan.
[Tim McClellan]: "By the way I have not read your last message
sand won't read any others either.
{AK}: That's not necessary, it would be unreasonable to expect that
which exceeds your abilities.
[Tim McClellan]: ""Sometimes it is better to be thought a fool than to
speak and remove all doubt". ~ Tim McClellan. You would be wise
to remember this.
{AK}: How could I forget? Reading your comments always proves
an inescapable reminder of that common platitude.
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality
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Artxell Knaphni Conspiracy; Culture Conflict; Identity Shift;
Technopolitical Projections & Anxieties
Note:
#TimMcClellanTheFreedomToLie
#TimMcclellanThePracticeOfFantasyFactuality
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Mardell J. Evans I whole heartedly agree. Obama is the worst president we
have ever had.
Like Reply 210 13 September 2014 at 15:50
67 Replies
Pam Luke Derocher I sure like unemployment and gas prices going down
as the stock market is soaring.
Like Reply 96 10 January at 07:33
58 Replies
Jaye Stanisci Lucart A lot of us already know this, it's the others with their
heads in the sand who have yet to figure it out...
Like Reply 57 13 September 2014 at 15:04
3 Replies
Timothy Brown Im still waiting for someone to tell me what exactly he has
done to "destroy" this country, "ruin" the economy, "kill" jobs, and be a
"fraud".
Like Reply 61 27 February at 18:46
27 Replies
Norma Duck We are on a downward path. I fear for the younger generation
and their future.
Like Reply 61 13 September 2014 at 14:54
7 Replies
Patsy Lindsay Never voted for him knew he was a fraud just read his book.
Like Reply 53 13 September 2014 at 14:04
8 Replies
Nina Newcomb Cullinan No way. Great President.
Like Reply 51 14 September 2014 at 00:22
10 Replies
Stephen Nault Great actor and director. I don't see any reason that gives
any credence to his political opinions.
Like Reply 62 13 September 2014 at 14:16
6 Replies
Jonathan Lucas The second biggest fraud is that he is still in
office...Where is Congress? But then again, who would take his
place...Biden?
Like Reply 28 13 September 2014 at 15:28
8 Replies
Don Garringer Clint make our day
Like Reply 26 13 September 2014 at 14:54
Jim Piedimonte That day passed for me November 2008. They then make
the same mistake and vote him back in. What were they thinking? Sad.
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Russell Zito Run for president or endorse the next president Mr. Eastwood
Like Reply 22 13 September 2014 at 14:03
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Janet Ochoa Known fact from day 1

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Pat Haughey I just hope we can get rid of him before it's too late!!!
Like Reply 21 13 September 2014 at 14:37
7 Replies
Brenda H. Knight That is so true He should have never been elected
especially the second term!!
Like Reply 33 13 September 2014 at 16:16
2 Replies
Jerry Stringer When Clinton is there in a couple of years, then all of u can
forget about Obama, and move on to trashing her...that's the American
way....if u don't agree or understand something, just bitch, moan, and
complain, instead of letting your voice be heard at the ballot box
Like Reply 21 22 September 2014 at 15:53
Juanita Posey Osgood I have always thought he stole the presidency. I
wonder how many dead people voted!!!! Wake Up America!!!!
Like Reply 41 13 September 2014 at 14:53
15 Replies
Glen Hill There's a difference between enjoying an actor and following one.
I know actors, Barack Obama is not an actor, his presidency is the real
deal. It is important we see through the fraud and embrace the facts. We
are so much better off then we were only six years ago! Fact.
Thank you President Obama.
Like Reply 18 3 March at 08:47
7 Replies
Gary Esser Features
March/ April 2012Obamas Top 50 Accomplishments... See More
Like Reply 25 4 March at 13:08
5 Replies
Gina M. Nardoianni I've always loved Clint Eastwood's movies, both those
he starred in and those he directed. it's a testimonial to the fact that a
person's craft and talent have little to do with their intelligence. I never had a
clue how ignorant he was.
Like Reply 15 22 April at 14:56
2 Replies
Gregory Bonvissuto Spot on Clint! That day is already here!
Like Reply 24 13 September 2014 at 15:45
4 Replies
Linda Gruben YEP!!!! hussein is a FRAUD, LIAR, AND TOTAL TRAITOR TO
THIS COUNTRY
Like Reply 23 13 September 2014 at 16:16
Ronald Edward Strout We do know Mr.Eastwood.I have never liked him nor
did I vote for him. His Agenda is to ruin America and make it a socialist
country. We will stand up against this evil self appointed dictator like many
other dictators he will Fail and Fall.
Like Reply 23 13 September 2014 at 14:48
11 Replies
Mary Cary Let's not wait. Let's do it now. Stand up to him congress.
Like Reply 21 13 September 2014 at 13:48
1 Reply
Cynthia Firnstahl Absolutely, without a doubt, fake, fraud, pretender,
antichrist
Like Reply 32 13 September 2014 at 15:36
10 Replies
Thurman Blizzard Are you talking to empty chairs again, Cllint?
Like Reply 12 13 September 2014 at 17:18
Brooke Dolby I praise you GOD for giving us our wonderful President that
took us from the evils of his predecessor and showed us who the
pharisees are. Thank you GOD for continuing to show us who the evil
(angry, hateful, lying...) ones REALLY are.
Like Reply 19 30 October 2014 at 00:45
5 Replies
Patrick D. Lanin Clint's gettin a bit senile....He's really talkin about his old
buddy from Texas the most outrageous fraud ever foisted on this
country...Weapons of mass destruction.... the Iraq War....Did he ever reel in
the master mind of 911? The financial melt ... See More
Like Reply 18 22 April at 03:09
4 Replies
Carolyn Jones I agree with Clint 100%
Like Reply 18 13 September 2014 at 13:43
6 Replies
Ed Heim totally agree with clint
Like Reply 17 13 September 2014 at 13:40
Joan M. Neill No I do not and he seems to forget what an idiot George W.
bush was.

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Lawrence Cambria Yes, Dirty harry is right. Too bad we don't have a real
Dirty Harry in the White house. instead we have Sissy Mary!
Like Reply 30 13 September 2014 at 14:12
4 Replies
Benjamin Craig Hunt Nope, I do not agree.
Like Reply 10 13 September 2014 at 23:43
Aunt Pat George W. Bush has that dubious honor
Like Reply 10 14 September 2014 at 00:48
Susan Frank Katz No. Clint keep talking to those chairs!
Like Reply 11 17 September 2014 at 04:41
John Huffman Coming from someone who made a life being fake, acting
like someone he only wishes he could be... Why any celebrity should be
given any more credibility is senseless.
Like Reply 21 13 September 2014 at 15:54
3 Replies
Joshua Hardaman The Bush' without a doubt, was the most crooked
presidents ever.
Like Reply 15 4 March at 21:18
2 Replies
Douglas Ryder Yes, because what he says IS ALL TRUE. Obama aka Barry
is a fraud, born in Kenya, an illegal using a dead CT mans SSN. Providing
a false 'selective service card'..
Like Reply 15 13 September 2014 at 14:08
13 Replies
Helen Waldeck-Southland One day????? We knew it from the start of his
presidency!! The lies have been his downfall plus no knowledge in how to
run a Country!!
Like Reply 8 13 September 2014 at 17:09
2 Replies
Vince Davis After George W Bush?? I don't think so.
Like Reply 13 14 September 2014 at 05:31
2 Replies
Valerie Hendrix Isidore Clint, sit your old ass down.
Like Reply 21 29 October 2014 at 17:04
4 Replies
Michael Ryan Clint is a cranky old fart........Check out his personal
life.....Nothing to write home about....Oh, and he talks to chairs......OLD
FOOL.
Like Reply 7 4 January at 02:37
Anthony D Greene Clint....was drug by the TEA BAGGERS...why Else would
you talk to a empty chair...poor Clint he should of know that THE TEA
BAGGERS would make you look STUPID... VOTE BLUE if you HATE
STUPID...
Like Reply 7 29 October 2014 at 17:15
3 Replies
Pat Ferris i don't agree... electing a black president showed evolution in
this country... pseudo media created a split, bigots and racists on one side
and cultural growing citizens on the other.... maybe another 100 yrs well
stop measuring penis' and unite....
Like Reply 12 5 October 2014 at 12:35
3 Replies
Jim Katovich Clint Eastwood is now yelling at clouds instead of talking to
empty chairs. Forbes Magazine disagrees with Clint and their opinion
holds more weight to me.
Like Reply 7 13 September 2014 at 16:07
Clara Charlesetta Cebrun President Obama has restored USA economy.
Canada recently comments on disrespectful Americans and how they
would welcome and encourage President Obama. If only you could look
beyond his color.
Like Reply 7 13 September 2014 at 18:47
2 Replies
Jordan Costabile He said to a chair. . . .
Like Reply 7 13 September 2014 at 22:39
MaryAnn Perillo Haiman Yes I agree with Clint. I never voted for Obama! He
is a liar!
Like Reply 12 13 September 2014 at 14:56
1 Reply
Steve Quaglieri YES, I AGREE and knew it - when he first ran, and was not
even president yet!!!!!!!
Like Reply 16 13 September 2014 at 14:05
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