Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The Devil Running Wild in Romania

Sometimes I look at the Enquirer next to the Globe on the news rack and wonder what is the difference?

"Occult cited in Romanian election; Top contender recalls ‘negative energy attack’" by Alison Mutler and George Jahn, Associated Press | January 24, 2010

BUCHAREST, Romania - The claim might be dismissed as preposterous in most other European Union countries. But here in Romania, home of Dracula and other occult traditions, Mircea Geoana’s assertion that a “negative energy attack’’ led to his narrow loss to reelected President Traian Basescu has been the talk of the nation....

Yeah, right, nothing to do with a stolen election and globalist threats, no.

Also see: That Was Then, This Is Now

Remembering Romania

Thus the bad press, 'eh?

That's why the Romanians are all nuts and superstitious, 'eh, agenda-pusher?

Well-known parapsychologist Aliodor Manolea’s alleged role in the elections evokes age-old Balkan rituals in which the evil eye, witch doctors and other mysterious forces were used to launch mystic energy attacks on opponents and sap hapless victims of their vital strength.

Give me a frikkin' break, will you?


So the guy is tripping at the press conferences, is that it?

Of course, ANY CLAIMS of ELECTION FRAUD are now OUT the WINDOW, cui bono?

While such superstitions are now usually found only in the most backward rural pockets of the Balkans, belief in the paranormal spawned some unusual practices up to recent times.

But it is a LEAD FOCUS of this MSM article.

WTF? Talk about a DISTORTED IMAGE through my Zionist newspaper prison!

Former Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was so terrified of even traditional psychologists he feared were a threat to communism that he abolished psychology departments across the country and banned the word from the official dictionary. In 1982, he staged a crackdown against people who were allegedly practicing transcendental meditation, purging the interior ministry and dismissing scores of officials who were allegedly involved, including a deputy interior minister.

What, the devil made him do it? Pfffft!

Well, he certainly had NOTHING to do with LOPPING the GUY'S HEAD OFF!


Maybe a few loppings are in order here, America -- starting with those who write, publish, and print this garbage!

In neighboring Serbia, Colonel Ljubodrag Stojadinovic, a former army spokesman, was discharged after divulging that the military had a parapsychology unit in the 1990s under ex-President Slobodan Milosevic that launched psychic attacks on the United States and other enemies. “Group 69,’’ which Stojadinovic said included publicly known fortune tellers and witches, claimed to have inflicted “heavy losses’’ against the enemy.

Didn't stop NATO and AmeriKa's DU-laden bombs, did it?

Btw, ever
hear of Project MK Ultra or Operation Bluebird, readers?

Yeah, but when anyone raises questions of mind control they are just crazy, huh?

You can't program patsies, 'er, assassins!
That's only in the movies!

Yeah? Well WHERE DO YOU THINK THEY got the IDEA, huh?

Neither the Serbian government nor the military has issued a denial of Stojadinovic’s claims. Wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was said to have believed in witchcraft and actively participated in paranormal activities. Now on trial for at the War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague, he was arrested in July 2008 in Belgrade disguised as a New Age guru.

If the words ISRAEL or United States does not accompany the war crimes charges, then I don't want to hear it.