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There’s Something Happening Here…

15 April 2010 @ 20:16

…And what it is ain’t exactly clear

At his vacantly silly ‘Nuclear Security’ Summit last week, the Anti-President was seen at nearly all times standing in front of the following logo designed by his people and approved by him:

Look closely at it*.  The logo appears to be an Islamic crescent.  Here’s a standard one [the flag of Pakistan] for reference purposes :

I know, I know…right now you’re probably moving slowly away from your PC screen trying not to alarm the crazed TCOTS Dispatcher who obviously has been mind-melding with Art Bell, but, please, hear me out.

I felt the exact same way as you when I saw this mentioned over at The Classic Liberal’s site, but then I read the whole posting [which is authored by Alec Rawls, one of The Astute Bloggers — not a fringe site to my knowledge — and posted originally here] and it certainly convinced me that something is going on given the other examples of crescents we’ve seen [Mr. Rawls also posted on this at his own site, Error Theory, with some additional information].  There have been way too many instances of variations of crescents occurring in products of this Administration.

Then I stumbled upon, looking for something else, this posting by Jim Hoft, the Gateway Pundit, and he is most certainly not an Art Bell type.  If level-headed Jim thinks there’s something going on here, then I think we have to take notice.  [In his posting Jim links to a posting by the Evil Conservative]

I have no idea what this means, but there’s enough evidence here to warrant further investigation and keep our eyes open to further instances.

I would encourage you to read all of the postings linked above.

Let me know if you think I’m losing it and need a vacation because I’m standing out where the buses don’t run.  Let me know what you think.

Think it’s time we stop children, what’s that sound
Everybody look what’s goin’ down


*SIDENOTE: Observe in the picture that The United States is not at the center of the world and what is — surprise, surprise.

  1. 15 April 2010 @ 21:27 21:27

    Hey, hey, hey now … Everything you read at The Classic Liberal is straight-up, legitimate stuff! I may not be mainstream, but everything I blog about is the real deal.

    And no, you’re not “standing out where the buses don’t run.” You’re just willing to explore ideas, while being fully aware people act purposefully.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      15 April 2010 @ 21:29 21:29

      I may not be mainstream, but everything I blog about is the real deal.

      True…except for that stuff you write praising that pinko, Jefferson.

      • 16 April 2010 @ 11:52 11:52

        “I own that I am not a friend to a very energetic government. It is always oppressive.” — Thomas Jefferson

        • bobbelvedere permalink*
          16 April 2010 @ 12:10 12:10

          Tommy talked a good game.

  2. 15 April 2010 @ 21:27 21:27

    Creepy. Let’s hope he’s just taunting us. I just linked you.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      15 April 2010 @ 21:28 21:28

      Thank you Mrs. B..

  3. 16 April 2010 @ 00:47 00:47

    Hi Camp of the Saints: just linked you. I don’t think by blogger trackbacks work. Hope you don’t mind me leaving a link for you.

    Maggie @Maggie’s Notebook

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      16 April 2010 @ 12:14 12:14

      Glad to finally meet you Maggie. I’ll add you to my version of the blogroll and you’ll then officially be a DHS-Certified Right Wing Extremist.

  4. 16 April 2010 @ 11:33 11:33

    Do you think our government is trying to tell us something?

    There’s the Flight 93 “Crescent of Embrace” fiasco being constructed in Shanksville, PA.

    Then this logo. Eerily similar to the US Missile Defense Agency logo which also looks like an Islamic crescent.

    Barry abolished the National Day of Prayer, but embraced the massive Islamic prayer call back in September held right next to the White House.

    He called America a Muslim nation.

    What’s next? Teaching our school children to chant Obama Akbar?

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      16 April 2010 @ 12:09 12:09

      Aren’t are children being prepped to do that with those creepy chants we’ve seen on You Tube???

    • 19 April 2010 @ 09:25 09:25


      So Obama has canceled theNational Day of Prayer (NDOP)/a> ? Or do you really believe that a one time cancellation (1d) is the same asabolish?


      Let me ask you this; based on your position on “the massive Islamic prayer call”, I wonder how would you feel about a NDOP that had as its theme Islam? After all, this would certainly fit the concept of NDOP. Any words of wisdom here (that don’t contradict your stated positions for NDOP and agaionst Islam)?

      A rational person with basic critical thinking skils would immediately recognize this as a lost cause.

      Take it away, Chris.


    • 19 April 2010 @ 09:58 09:58


      Re: the “Flight 93 “Crescent of Embrace” fiasco”. So, you are wondering: “Do you think our government is trying to tell us something?”.

      I guess that would be the government of GW Bush, in office when the design winner was selected on September 7, 2005.

      Or would the controversy extend to the modified design, where the Crescent was replaced by a circle?

      I suppose the next outrage will involve Pillsbury and dinner pastries. What a bunch of goofballs.


      p.s. – GW Bush was also in office during the events of 911; any outrage on how nothing was done by his government to protect us that day? I thought not; its obviously much more important and effective to get all hot and bothered on graphic art than destructive attacks that kill thousands. After all, we all know how a real American patriot acts. Dumb f**ks!

  5. Emes permalink
    16 April 2010 @ 17:18 17:18

    Communication at its best is often subtle.
    Such as when Obama moves into a very rythmic speech pattern and softening words. eg softening vs softenin. Subtle, but it almost makes sound like a southern preacher.

    To the best of my knowledge hawaian Americans don’t speak that way.

    In essence depending who he is talkig to he easily flows in and out of dialect to have the impact he wants.

    Same with these crescents.They don’t have ot be exact/ They don’t have to eb well formed/But those who are visualy sensitive and are aware f the meaning will realize it. Those who don’t pick it up have it picked up subliminaly.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      16 April 2010 @ 18:51 18:51

      Good observation, Emes [hows Gorin, by the way?].

      I know most people think ‘southern preacher’ when he’s starts with the sing-song, but I just had a revelation while Mrs. Belvedere and I we’re discussing his ‘thank me’ remarks in Florida last night: Barry sounds like Richard Pryor’s old character Mudbone.

  6. David R. Graham permalink
    17 April 2010 @ 13:11 13:11

    Yes, your observation is spot on, and the concluding “SIDENOTE” puts the wrap on it.

    The precise, proper name for this phenomenon is “Afro-Mohammedan Imperialism.”

    That’s what’s occupying the WH and Congress and much of the Judiciary and more or less every Department and Agency of the Executive Branch.

    That’s what’s running the show, making the background for the whole drama, producing, writing, casting, performing, directing the play, just as you spot it here.

    They ain’t especially subtle about it and get more patent each passing day.

    Let’s call it what it is: “Afro-Mohammedan Imperialism.” (And not “Afro-Islamic Imperialism” or “Afro-Moslem Imperialism” because there is nothing Islamic or Moslem about it. The adjectival component “Mohammedan” is the precision identifier required by the facts.)

    Again, and pleadingly, let’s call it what it is: “Afro-Mohammedan Imperialism.”


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