When I began this blog, I swore to keep it up until a certain thing happened. It happened. I have to stop now.
Many thanks to the supportive readers, especially to the ones who contributed.
I will leave the blog up for at least a week, just in case people want to download older posts. After that, I will hit the "Delete blog" button.
No comments will be posted. None will be read. No questions will be answered.
I admit I found out about this development through lurking the surprisingly boring kooky website named Rigorous Intuition. That's no surprise, as Rigorous Intuition used to be on Cannonfire's blog roll, at least according to one RI poster.
Since Cannonfire is about to become whitewalled, there's not much point in putting up any more of his links. I have one in front of me clearly showing that Joseph Cannon was an RI reader. Cannon wrote this at the end of his entry on InfraGard.
But as Jeff Wells over at Rigorous Intuition, writing on the "new reality" of an America in terminal mode cautions, "The harder truth may be that this is our destination. And they're not coming for us; they're here already, and they've always had us."
I'm just trying to point out once again how many in the manufactured zeitgeist can be shown to have non-spontaneous ties to one another. Cannon to Wells. Wells to Tinoire. Tinoire to Kimberlin and Rivero. On and on such links can be easily made. These aren't McCarthyite smears by association either, imho. And it's not my fault if I have taken a good looksie at the zeitgeist across many different domains. I haven't been pulling these connections out of thin air. I do understand rules of academia.
Here's a quote from Jeff Wells pertaining to this dude.
I see such name dropping by these people as some form of in-built closed zeitgeist shop. Why have Tinoire and Rivero been so tight, for one example? She's supposed to be far left. What was she doing voting for Ron Paul? I won't even repeat that she said she used to work for military intelligence. Oops, I just did.
Here's another odd connection between Wells and Cannon. Wells has rarely if ever had a bad word to say about a disinfo website called News Making News. To this day, NMN is listed on Cannon's blog roll.
And don't forget to send Joe a parting donation. I'm sure he'll appreciate it!
Finally, I have seen references made that Joseph Cannon has been working as a children's book illustrator. Maybe he did the work for this one? I know, maybe he didn't. But if so, I wouldn't be surprised.