Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Dob in a red

Trevor Loudon shows again just how obsessed he is with anything remotely left in a vain attempt to build the Loudon Grand Conspiracy. Trevor Loudon asks viewers to name names for a mars bar of those depicted in a photograph standing in a protest supporting students recently expelled from Victoria University.

Trevor Loudon's friend Neville Gibson believes that activism inevitably leads to terrorism, a sentiment seemedly echo'd by the unwell commie hunter who seems to be following in the footsteps of his childhood hero John Forbes Nash.

Nash is famous for being a brilliant mathmetician who fell into McArthiest paranoia.

Nash dates the start of what he terms "mental disturbances" to the early months of 1959 when his wife was pregnant. He has described a process of change "from scientific rationality of thinking into the delusional thinking characteristic of persons who are psychiatrically diagnosed as 'schizophrenic' or 'paranoid schizophrenic'" including seeing himself as a messenger or having a special function in some way, and with supporters and opponents and hidden schemers, and a feeling of being persecuted, and looking for signs representing divine revelation...

Nash is a symbol of hope to New Zealand that one day Trevor Loudon will on his own steam think his way out of his world of ficticious spooks, reds and terror plots that fill his mind daily.

Get well soon Trevor,

Ernesto Osama Trotsky


Anonymous said...

Its only a matter of time, mark my words all you red loving hippy stalin loving terrorists, its only a matter of time. As our great leader Nevilly Gibson has said, protesting leads to jihad.

Anonymous said...

I think thats one of my children in there. Is there an 0800 dob line i can call to dob them in?