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Post by mimi » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:34 am



Jason "Molotov" Mitchell is that guy who does all those videos. [linkbtn]Conwebwatch,http://conwebwatch.tripod.com/blog/inde ... arty-rant/[/linkbtn] has the story:



Monday, July 13, 2009

Molotov's Obama-Hating Tea Party Rant

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Molotov Mitchell has posted the video of his speech at the sparsely attended anti-Obama tea party July 4 in Charlottesville, Va., and it's not pretty -- Mitchell lets his Obama-hate shine through in a way that not even his WorldNetDaily videos capture.



He starts his rant by telling the crowd, "I know how you feel -- like the underground." He continues:



You spend your 9-to-5 taunted by the Obama bobblehead on the new guy's desk or that stupid "Hope" poster he just put up by the copy machine. ... You huddle around your radios like refugees, like British families during the Nazi bombing raids. You coming to hope as dispensed by Rush or Sean or Mark -- or Michael Savage if you're really crazy, like me.Mitchell then engages in his usual denigrating of people he doesn't agree with: "A handful of pencil-necked, metrosexual socialists in Washington can't possibly defeat a nation of red-blooded, God-fearing patriots." He then endorsed a military coup against Obama:



The spirit of Thomas Jefferson is alive and well in Honduras -- especially in Honduras, where their Marxist just tried to tamper with their constitution, andguess what happened? The Honduran military took that soclialist dictator wannabe to the border and said, "Hasta la vista, baby. Better luck in Costa Rica." Sounds nice, doesn't it? Sounds nice to me. Time will tell.Next, he embraced the birther conspiracy:



I have actually personally interviewed most of the experts involved. I've spent time with Dr. Ron Polarik, who proved conclusively that that image you see on the Web that they claim is his birth certificate is actually fraudulent. This now -- listen, I'm not hearing this secondhand. I interviewed the expert. I interviewed Phil Berg -- we were actully one of the first groups to actually film him and explain the situation at the outset, so I know a little bit of what I'm talking about here. Let me give you a few facts. I think this is worth noting.



Barack Obama's grandmother -- Kenyan grandmother says that he was born in Kenya. His elementary school records say that he was an Indonesian at a time when they did not allow dual citizenship. He has sealed every record that could indicate his national origin -- his school records, his medical records. He traveled in and out of Pakistan when American passports were not allowed -- how did he do that? How about this -- I've got a new question that I haven't heard asked yet. Why haven't they built a monument to commemorate where he was born? Because no one can prove where he was born.



Now, I know some of you are thinking, this is cracy, this is conpsiracy theory. You're wrong. This is a silver bullet. This is jiujitsu. This is the Achilles' heel of the Democratic Party, who is complicit in this. Now, I'm not trying to give you false hope here -- I'm telling you, if we push this thing, we will win. If we can prove Barack Obama is ineligible to serve, everything his pen has touched will be declared null and void -- everything.In fact, he's not imparting facts -- as we noted the last time he did this, most of the claims Mitchell makes have been discredited.



Mitchell then lets the Obama-hate loose:



But for now, we have a counterfeit king living in the White House. And I use the word "king" advisedly. Because when you have our leader who's wining and dining Michelle-my-belle in Gay Paree, when you have him taking her to Broadway, when you have Hannah Montana being paid to come into the White House to entertain his kids, when he's flying in pizza chefs for tens of thousands of dollars for one pizza while you and me have double-digit unemployment, while we're up to our necks in recession, we have a king just like our founding fathers faced.

As we've noted, the pizza chef flew coach, his boss at the restaurant paid for his travel he was already making a business trip to Washington, and Obama himself picked up the tab, not the taxpayers.I didn't carry over the embedded links.



He interviewed Polarik.



It's a shame that Conwebwatch has shown him to be a liar.



here's the video:



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Post by mimi » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:37 am



Christian Soldier Is Behind the Obama Smear Video

By Kevin Poulsen May 14, 2008 | 1:04 pm | Categories: Elections



Wondering who the filmmaker is behind the 13-minute attack video A Video Portrait of Barack Hussein Obama? So were we. Though the narrator identifies himself as "Lorne Baxter," and e-mails to the production company are answered by "Rodney Talmud," it turns out the man behind the video is a 28-year-old Christian television producer from North Carolina named Jason "Molotov" Mitchell, who has priors for inflammatory YouTubing.



Jason "Molotov" Mitchell is producer and host of the Christian television show Flamethrower.



The video, you’ll recall, has supposedly racked up a million-and-a-half views on the conservative-leaning Eyeblast.tv. Among other things, it regurgitates the false viral e-mail claim that Obama refuses to put his hand over his heart during the national anthem, and claims that the Democratic candidate has been a disciple of racism, Marxism, quasi-Christianity, Islam and anti-Semitism.



"When we are at war with Islamic terrorism, can Americans elect a man with not one, not two, but three Islamic names?" the video poses.



The viral video provides a rare opportunity to examine the source of a pseudonomous internet political smear, the type of which is widely expected to play a role in November’s presidential election. Recent press reports have shown that such attacks have already gained traction with some white voters, who erroneously believe that Obama is a Muslim, based on internet chain letters making the claim.



The video was made by Mitchell’s company, Illuminati Pictures. Mitchell is former wedding videographer who now produces and hosts a weekly Christian television show called Flamethrower, which began airing on the satellite network Faith TV last October.



A round-table show featuring Mitchell and three other Christian panelists, Flamethrower is best known for a segment that never aired. Produced in January, Mitchell’s video Making Mohammed Cookies! shows a chef, wearing Islamic headdress, baking a cookie in the shape of the Muslim prophet. He’s interrupted at one point by his roommate, whom he shoots with a handgun while yelling, "Jew!"[...]more at [linkbtn]wired,http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2008/0 ... -the-obam/[/linkbtn].



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Post by mimi » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:58 am



Apparently [linkbtn]Catholic Online,http://www.catholic.org/prwire/headline.php?ID=7177[/linkbtn] approves. They posted WND's Press Release for Molotov's video titled "Who's To Blame? Passive Pastors".



Nice.



Molotov Mitchell Throws Bombs Weekly at WorldNetDaily.com

7/1/2009 - 10:36 AM PST



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MEDIA ADVISORY

Catholic PRWire



This Week’s Feature Video: Who's to Blame? Passive Pastors



Molotov is an edgy, creative, video bomb-thrower. – Joseph Farah, editor and CEO of WorldNetDaily.com



WASHINGTON, D.C. (JULY 1, 2009) - Check out Molotov Mitchell's latest weekly take-no-prisoners short-form video satire on permissive pastors – and, while you're at it, you can watch a dozen of his other gems.



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In a few months, Molotov’s unique commentaries have become the hottest animated commentaries on the World Wide Web – combining cutting-edge video techniques with sharp-edged, biting satire.



As anyone who has seen even one of Mitchell's videos can confirm, he is not a run-of-the-mill talking head. As president of the award-winning Illuminati Pictures, Mitchell has produced over 200 music videos, commercials and short films, documented Christian and Occult subcultures, run for his life from knife-wielding voodoo priests, directed a film about building better marriages, and hosted a national television talk show on Faith TV.



As a political communications strategist, Mitchell's Internet videos have reached millions online, and his work being featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, MSNBC, Harper's Magazine, Wired, American Thinker and Fox News. He serves as national spokesman for the Domestic Emergency Network.



Mitchell says he became a Christian through analytical reasoning, and staunchly opposes what he calls "casual faith." Specializing in reaching the "under 40" demographic, Mitchell believes that his generation has been called by God to end abortion.



This week, Mitchell zeroes in on permissive pastors. You won't want to miss it.



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If you are a member of the media and would like to interview Molotov Mitchell about his video commentaries, contact Maria Sliwa, M. Sliwa Public Relations, 973-272-2861, or [/break1]com]media@msliwa.com.It's not on YouTube. You'd have to see it at the [linkbtn]WingNutDaily,http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=102677[/linkbtn]. You'll have to choose the video Titled "Who's To Blame? Passive Pastors".



It's as hateful as the rest of them.



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Post by Addie » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:30 am



I [/break1]com/?p=1039]blogged it, Mimi. Thanks a lot for the stuff.


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Post by iangould » Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:40 am



Well you have to remember that their mobility is limited by:a. their parole conditions; andb. the range of their mobility scooters.



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Post by mimi » Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:11 pm



I [/break1]com/?p=1039]blogged it, Mimi. Thanks a lot for the stuff.Love your blog ev. I'm not sure if he's still on that Faith TV thingy. So, please check that. Or, I can later. If he turns out to be more involved in all this, his background might be interesting. I can't remember the story now. Not enough to type any of it here.



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I'll check, thank you.I [/break1]com/?p=1039]blogged it, Mimi. Thanks a lot for the stuff.Love your blog ev. I'm not sure if he's still on that Faith TV thingy. So, please check that. Or, I can later. If he turns out to be more involved in all this, his background might be interesting. I can't remember the story now. Not enough to type any of it here.


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Post by Addie » Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:37 pm



I couldn't find any thing definitive; it's all from 2008. So I fudged it up a bit. Thanks for noticing the problem. I appreciate corrections anytime.I'm not sure if he's still on that Faith TV thingy. So, please check that. Or, I can later. If he turns out to be more involved in all this, his background might be interesting. I can't remember the story now. Not enough to type any of it here.


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Post by mimi » Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:55 pm



Molotov has been pretty busy making his videos. I don't know how many views he gets on WND, because they use a different format than YouTube. The ones on YouTube seem to only get a few thousand hits.This is the latest on YouTube:http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZC7kvGllvgI would love to respond to that with the clip of Cook from The Chalice Show where he was talking crazy. And, some of his quotes from Free Republic. Just some guy indeed.And, some background on Alan Keyes. He has enough skeletons, it would be hard to choose.Note that Mitchell has more than one series. The above is from his "Proof Positive" series. Birtherism.Not even worth the time though. He only gets a few thousand hits on YouTube. I thought this is what this guy did for a living?Here's his YouTube channel, if you wanna see more:[/break1]youtube.com/user/illuminatitv]http://www.youtube.com/user/illuminatitvHis videos appear on WND every Wednesday. I think they are different than the YouTube ones.Molotov Mitchell is president of the award-winning Illuminati Pictures and the national spokesman for the Domestic Emergency Network. His specialty is entertainment communications, particularly reaching the "under 40" demographic. He is available for speaking engagements through CMG.Archives of the WND videos are here:[/break1]wnd.com/?pageId=43&authorId=209&tId=8]http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=43&authorId=209&tId=8



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Post by mimi » Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:33 pm

The OTP (One Term President) video is posted elsewhere, or is on the links:[/break1]tripod.com/blog/index.blog/1995703/molotov-mitchell-raps/]http://conwebwatch.tripod.com/blog/inde ... hell-raps/Terry Krepel is the only one who mentions that Dolce is his wife. I emailed him links a few weeks ago when he did another piece on DJ Dolce that showed her to be the wife.blog: Et tu, Mr. Destructo?The official blog of notorious former African dictator Mobutu Sese Seko:Wednesday, March 3, 2010ARE Y'ALL READY FOR SOME WHITE PEOPLE? excerpt:The shitty rap's tie to WND comes in the form of MOLOTOV MITCHELL, a man who journalists would bother to call "confused" if he weren't merely a breathtakingly offensive and unregenerately stupid racist. First of all, there's the fact that he can't stop talking about his conservative American patriotism, yet has styled himself after a guerilla weapon named after Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov. It would be hard to name yourself after a more anti-American and terrorist-wielding weapon than portable bottles of spreading fire wielded by Soviet partisans. (Throwing them onto non-waterproofed tanks was fun: it burned the people inside them.) He might as well have called himself "American Airlines Flight 11 Mitchell" after the first plane to hit the World Trade Center. The fatuously dumb name scheme thing gets carried over to his Youtube channel, where he goes by the name "Illuminati TV." He has but two names on the internet, and both directly reference conspiratorial anti-American fantasies that only keep retardedly crazy people awake at night.By now Mitchell's notorious enough that Germany banned his Youtube about Ugandans killing gay people, and HuffPo already profiled him, including direct quotes of his like:"Two weeks ago, [abortion doctor] George Tiller was killed in a fourth-trimester abortion, a lethal lead injection." "Has gay culture earned our respect? ... People have to earn respect, no matter who they are. And breaking the records for drug abuse, infidelity and suicide won't make you popular. Getting the government to punish people who don't like you doesn't help either."[/break1]mrdestructo.com/2010/03/are-yall-ready-for-some-white-people.html]http://www.mrdestructo.com/2010/03/are- ... eople.htmlOf course it's on all the wingnut blogs. And a few others:[/break1]cbsnews.com/blogs/2010/03/02/politics/politicalhotsheet/entry6260314.shtml]http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2010/03/02 ... 0314.shtml[/break1]huffingtonpost.com/2010/03/02/wolverines-conservative-r_n_483064.html]http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/03/0 ... 83064.htmlI predict the Wolverines will take off. Until some larger blogs, like Mother Jones or such, expose Molotov's racist, homophobic, hateful words. Then a lot won't want to be associated with him.



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Post by mimi » Wed Jul 21, 2010 12:09 pm

Molotov is a mensa guy. That fact doesn't help the organization.[/break1]youtube.com/watch?v=wIRKJx7gtL4]



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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:06 pm

I've always thought that anyone who belonged to Mensa at least subconsciously thought he or she was woefully inadequate. This is some proof.



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Post by PatGund » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:06 pm

I've always thought that anyone who belonged to Mensa at least subconsciously thought he or she was woefully inadequate. This is some proof.I was a member of MENSA for a year. Bored out of my skull at meetings and failed to see why on earth I should renew my membership.I'd rather spend the money on books and legos instead



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Post by ducktape » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:15 pm

I've always thought that anyone who belonged to Mensa at least subconsciously thought he or she was woefully inadequate. This is some proof.I was a member of MENSA for a year. Bored out of my skull at meetings and failed to see why on earth I should renew my membership.I'd rather spend the money on books and legos insteadAgree with both of you. I was dragged to a meeting at one point, and never before met so many losers who thought they should be special because they could score well on a standardized test. The primary purpose of the meeting seemed to be "look how smart we are" rather than really doing anything interesting. Passed on the invite and never went back. But from time to time, I meet someone new who wants to tell me all about Mensa and why I should be a part of it. They don't catch on that, far from being impressed or flattered, it strikes me as a cross between someone testifying to me about AA and trying to sell me on Amway. Like dude, you think I haven't heard of it and already formed an opinion by now??



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Post by verbalobe » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:32 pm

"Oh, MENSA? * yawn * Naw. I'm in the higher IQ group.""No, I can't tell you about it."



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Post by DaveMuckey » Thu Jul 22, 2010 5:54 pm

http://www.dilbert.com/dyn/str_strip/00 ... Ramen.I've always thought that those who bragged about being MENSAs were just pretentious losers.



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Post by TollandRCR » Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:37 pm

Apparently [linkbtn]Catholic Online,http://www.catholic.org/prwire/headline.php?ID=7177[/linkbtn] approves. They posted WND's Press Release for Molotov's video titled "Who's To Blame? Passive Pastors".Nice.It's as hateful as the rest of them.The title of this blog may imply more than the reality. Catholic Online is [link]a for-profit company,http://www.catholic.org/about/ourmission.php[/link] that "pledges complete fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church in the execution of its business plan." It does not claim institutional affiliation with or endorsement by the Roman Catholic Church; instead, it does the reverse: it endorses the Roman Catholic Church. I do not know whether such a thing as an "Imprimatur" still exists in that Church, much less whether that seal of approval is granted to Internet publications, but nothing resembling such a notice appears on its Web site. There are many "testimonials," including quite a number from priests, monks, and nuns, but I find nothing signed by a member of the hierarchy of the Church. Some of the testimonials are from advertisers on Catholic Online, such as Br. Michael Mary of Mystic Monk Coffee. I think that Catholic Online may be best summed up in the last sentence of its [link]About Us,http://www.catholic.org/about/[/link] statement: "Why would you support ANY other business but Catholic Online for your complete Catholic Internet Service needs?"In other words, I think this is a publication by a group of business-minded Catholics run for Catholics and read by some Catholics and some other Christians, supported solely by advertising, not by the Church. My guess, uninformed by any personal acquaintances, would be that few or no American bishops would have liked that pointer to the video by Molotov Mitchell. I could be wrong. Catholic Online does show a slightly different side of itself in [link]Wrongful Firing of Shirley Sherrod. America's Struggle with Racism,http://www.catholic.org/national/nation ... 482&page=1[/link] That article -- by a deacon, not by a priest -- condemns racism:The reason is that Racism is sin. Sin corrupts and separates. Racism must be condemned whenever and wherever it is found. Whether it is the racism expressed in the words of the thug who identified himself as a "New Black Panther" at the polling place in Philadelphia during the Presidential election against white people or racism against black people... or by or against Hispanic people, or by or against Asian people .. on and on. We need to call it when we see it and reject it, period.However, one of the main sources for the article is Ken Blackwell, and the reference to New Black Panthers hardly advances the cause of racial understanding. To my understanding of Catholic Online as an advertising business, I would also add "...with a politically conservative tilt."


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Post by Kriselda Gray » Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:13 am

I've always thought that anyone who belonged to Mensa at least subconsciously thought he or she was woefully inadequate. This is some proof.I haven't been a member in a while, but when I joined it was because I was hoping to maybe meet other people who had similar interests to mine. I discovered I was as much an outsider there as I am everywhere else. I did re-up again a few years back hoping that maybe I could find some people to interact with online since I'm stuck in the house, but again, didn't have any real luck. Not everyone who joins Mensa does so because they feel inadequate or anything else of that nature. Some of us are just looking for another place where we might be able to make friends, thinking that if others have had some of the same experiences we've had, there might be some common ground on which to build.


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Post by bob » Thu Nov 11, 2010 7:22 pm

For The Record : Breitbart and the BirthersObama Citizenship: I Invented The Internet (Ep. 6: October Surprise)


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Post by qwertyman » Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:04 pm

This guy is particularly vile. One of his For the Record videos centered on defending the proposed law in Uganda that would have made homosexuality a capital offense.



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Post by mimi » Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:50 pm

Yeah... I saw that one before. He's a pig. There was some backlash when that video came out. Not only is he cherry picking his biblical references (Leviticus and tattoos anyone?), his inference that it's okay to kill the gays because of the tyranny of King Mwanga II (because there's never been a heterosexual tyrant, right?) is sloppy both morally and historically. There's also a comparison to bestiality in there too, which really speaks for itself as lazy pontificating. I would also personally interject that, as someone who has several religious family members, I find his interpretation that good Christians would support Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill to be abhorrent. It is a shame that those who shout the loudest about their religious views are often the least qualified to speak about them.Now on to his claims over the Anti-Homosexuality Bill itself:Mitchell tries to distance the bill from accusations that it is an attempt to wipe out Uganda's gay and lesbian citizens, saying that Uganda just wants them to stop practicing homosexuality.Wrong. If that were true, the bill would focus on the sex act alone. It does not. The bill deems "conspiracy to engage in homosexuality" to be an offense (Part II, Section 8). Also, there's "attempted homosexuality" (Part II, Section 4, 1 and 2) and "intention" of homosexuality thrown in there for good measure (Part II, Section 2, 1C).[/break1]care2.com/causes/human-rights/blog/molotov-mitchell-thinks-uganda-is-right-about-homosexuality/]http://www.care2.com/causes/human-right ... sexuality/In response to the backlash, Mitchell did another video. He wants you to know he has gay friends. Yeah... a real tear-jerker.For whatever reason, he has a LOT of videos on this subject.



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Post by bob » Tue Apr 03, 2018 2:30 pm

Remember these kids (Jason "Molotov" and Patricia "DJ Dolce" Mitchell)?:



I was curious what they were up to, and my light stalking investigation indicates:
* She had a baby;
* He ran for the North Carolina state senate (and lost, badly);
* They stopped producing agitprop;
* They got divorced (with rumors that he was cheating on her);
* He attempted suicide;
* He now runs (owns?) a gym;
* He's engaged to someone else now; and
* He's pondering whether to return to the agitproping.


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