Hi Flying Tiger readers! I'm an American recording artist known as The Crack Emcee, and for the last seven years - until last night actually - I've run a blog called The Macho Response on Blogger.
TMR's aim has been to expose cultism in Western society - specifically the phenomena of NewAge cultism.
I also dabble in conservative politics, music criticism and art, and just about anything else that tickles my fancy.
To say TMR hasn't always been appreciated by some is an understatement.
From the very beginning, TMR has been under relentless attack - it's even been taken down, twice, by "friends" who got close enough to commit the sabotage from my own computer. But, finally, it looks like a mysterious someone (who was taunting me with gay slurs for weeks) has gotten Google to do their dirty work for them, first by labeling the blog "indecent", and then by removing it altogether with no explanation what-so-ever.
As one of my readers commented, "the fuckers."
Anyway, through the gracious intervention of Flying Tiger Comics, I am now bringing The Crack Emcee Show here, to an outpost of Australia, until my new digs at http://www.themachoresponse.com/crackMC/wordpress/ is fully up and running. (I'll be reposting this there as well.)
So pull up a chair, sit back, and follow me into the really bizarre side of the world we live in - a world I was introduced to when my NewAge wife ran away with a quack doctor and they ended up killing three people, the first being her own mother.
(You can think of it kind of like the Penelope Dingle story - that's the late Mrs. Dingle above - but, in my case, the madness had a rational witness: me.)
Oh - and in case the nutjobs think they've dented my ego (they hate my ego) or slowed my roll (they really hate my roll) there's also a Flying Tiger Comic of my exploits on the way - "The Crack Emcee vs. The New (Age) World Order" - an actual book being written (That's right, you fuckers, you will be exposed!) as well as a band and stage show being assembled, to promote the whole anti-NewAge movement to the masses.
So - if anyone thought getting to fucking Blogger was enough to stop The Macho Response - they're obviously too fucking clueless to understand what those three words mean:
Attack and I only get stronger!
Alright, let's get on with this shit - or is it "shite" in Australia? - whatever. We're seriously going "down under", so protect your neck:
See this fat, sloppy, evil NewAge bitch? Her name is Janna St. James. She sometimes speaks "with a phony 'British/Australian' accent." She had a friend, named Paula Bonhomme, and, well,...I'll let iOwnThe World's Big Fur Hat lay it out for you:
Paula Bonhomme spent nearly two years building an online relationship with a man named Jesse Jubilee James — a rugged yet sensitive firefighter and llama rancher from Colorado — whom she had met on a Deadwood message board in 2005. James passed away suddenly of liver cancer, leaving Bonhomme — who had left her husband in anticipation of moving to Colorado — shocked and heartbroken.Can you believe that shit? Not just that some NewAge nutjob would deceive someone (deception, whether of others or themselves, is all they're good at) but that her victim - another bitch - left her husband for someone she never met! The whole story is incredible!
Seven months later, however, Bonhomme’s grief turned to fury as her friends discovered a dark secret about the man she’d never met IRL: James and a cast of nearly two dozen family members with whom Bonhomme had interacted on a regular basis via e-mail, snail mail, and even by phone, were spawned from the warped mind of a woman named Janna St. James.
St. James had been a part of Bonhomme’s life throughout the deceit, being the person who introduced the couple while posing as James’ friend. Following his “death,” the two traveled together to Colorado to visit various sites associated with James.
Bonhomme has since filed a lawsuit against St. James claiming “fraudulent misrepresentation” — a charge typically reserved for business situations. Nevertheless, the court has agreed to allow the case to move forward after initially rejecting it.
So how do I know this evil fat fuck is a NewAger? The clues (detailed in the article, embedded in the quote, above) are everywhere,...for those in the know:
Janna St. James sells "pendants" online.
Janna St. James, writing as Jesse Jubilee James, said crap like "You all have temples within you, go there if you want to honor me."
After the "death" of her online love, this crazy whore escorted Paula Bonhomme to what were supposedly all of Jesse Jubilee James' favorite spots - in Colorado and New Mexico - two places well-known to NewAgers as imaginary "power spots" in America.
And, finally, Janna St. James is stupid. Not as stupid as Paula Bonhomme, but stupid enough to write this on her blog:
"Some who have never had any direct contact with me whatsoever and some who have and think they know me at all like to say I'm the world's best online scammer EVER. Every decade or so I get a taste to pose as a man (and up to 20 other people simultaneously) and reel me in some juicy middle-aged woman flesh for purposes they never quite explain. It sure ain't money or sex."Now Paula Bonhomme is suing Janna St. James, and saying to herself over and over, "I just wish I knew why, you know, I wish I knew why." Ha! - that's easy, Baby:
So the rest of us - but especially your ex-husband - can laugh at the both of you fucking fruitcakes.
Since I mentioned the Penelope Dingle story (which, as you can see, didn't end well) and her former husband was posing as some kind of NewAge TV expert on healthcare or some shit, let's move on to America's "Dr. Oz". That's Mehmet Oz, a real doctor that was introduced to the American public by our NewAge queen of talk, Oprah Winfrey, and, since then, has morphed into a total quack right before our eyes. Oz is married to a "Reiki Healer", you see, so now he feels compelled to turn the American public on to all sorts of nonsense:
This is the same physician who had in essence given up science-based medicine in favor of media stardom based on the promotion of alternative medicine. Of late Dr. Oz has been getting worse, too, promoting pseudoscience and what can only be described, in my opinion, as quackery. The snake oil that Dr. Oz has promoted over the last several months includes Dr. Joe Mercola, one of the biggest promoters of "alternative" health, whom Dr. Oz first had on his show about a year ago and then defiantly defended in a return appearance in early 2011. Then, in a rapid one-two punch, Dr. Oz had an ayurvedic yogi named Cameron Alborzian, who promoted highly dubious medicine, including "tongue diagnosis," to be followed a few days later by something I would never, even in my most cynical assessment of Dr. Oz, expected, namely the appearance of faith healer Issam Nemeh on his show. Worse, Dr. Oz showed zero signs of skepticism. Unfortunately, Dr. Oz wasn't done. In rapid succession next Dr. Oz endorsed a diet that he once eschewed as quackery and then, to top it all off, invited psychic John Edward onto his show, asking Is talking to the dead a new kind of therapy? This latter episode so shocked me that I basically said, "Stick a fork in him, Dr. Oz is done when it comes to SBM." Dr. Oz's descent was complete, and that is now the trouble with Dr. Oz and much of the reason why in 2011 the James Randi Educational Foundation awarded him the The Media Pigasus Award for the second year in a row. I fear he very well may three-peat in 2012.And that he may. Not that cares. Oz - and his wife - are NewAgers, and like good ol' Janna St. James, this is nothing but a game of Power and Control (AKA "How Long Can I Get Away With This?") and their addiction to it demands that they'll string their fraud out as long as humanly possible.
You can think of NewAgers and quacks as the Bernie Madoffs of the spiritual and medical worlds, but they're all the same. Listen to Dr. Steve Novella, who was recently featured on Oz's program:
We get the same exact nonsense from believers in alien visitation, psychic phenomena, ghosts, or whatever – they naively and self-servingly assume that anyone who disagrees with them must be afraid of something. The reality is we are just interested in the truth.See? That's what makes them so easy to spot once you understand their M.O., and a big part of their operation is looking to "reel me in some juicy middle-aged woman flesh for purposes they never quite explain." That's how they got my ex-wife, y'all. So here's today's message to readers of Flying Tiger Comics, Australian women - Hell, all women everywhere - and to the men, world-wide, who love them:
Don't be the one.
Until next time - take care,