Her name is Denise Matteau. She showed up a few days ago in this blog's archives. (here, here, and here as Freedom is Sacred.)
Increasingly I became to notice her schtick wasn't adding up. Now we get to the heart of the controversy pertaining to free speech rights on a blog like this. There's a humble DFQ2 article titled Director Ed Wood Jr. Had No Talent And Was Racist. Denise wrote the following comment. I'm not going to approve it for that thread. It's not the nature of this blog to have much activity going on in the archives. I'm notified of new posts, but regular guy and gal readers aren't. It's basically time for Denise to realise in no uncertain terms that she's not wanted in the archives. If that's anti-free speech, I'm sorry. I don't mind new, relevant posts being added anywhere at DFQ2. But I feel the need to block her posts. If she wants to post on this specific thread, fine.
I listened to some Amos & Andy radio pieces a long time ago. They didn't seem racist in that form because it seemed like satire on the whole racist society, but that didn't carry over to television. Maybe because we naturally put ourselves into the role of the heard voice when listening to radio dialogue, but watching a screen, we remain "other" and the character is more of an object and we hold ourselves superior. Even the rural/urban thing came into play among African-Americans with relation to Amos & Andy being declared racist, because they naturally implied acceptance of their lot in life, which is more typical of any rural culture. The urban generation certainly was tired of accepting that injustice.
White people mocking black people isn't racist?
The radio show was clearly racist. I think the tv show was too, but at least it provided work for African-American actors and cut out that black face nonsense.
(scene from All in the Family mocking those who utilise the black face schtick)
There are not enough hours in the day to afford to do a full socratisation of Denise. In short, she and I are living in two very different worlds.
She believes in Jesus. Ok. It happens. She hates gay people or thinks they are sinners. As a leftier than thou, I can't go there.
The problem is Denise recently lost her daughter, and that sad event appears to be very tied in with her proselytising demeanor. It would be cruel to add salt to her wounds. What I'm saying is, I am in a dilemma. From the few links I'll provide, it's clear one could easily call her batshit insane, a troll, or even dare say with a pinkie to the side of mouth, cointelpro.
I fit her in the Diana Napolis category. Certain people, fragile and deluded to begin with, get involved with blogging and specifically internet conspiracy theory. Such people do not need ridicule. They need the services of a very talented psychologist and possibly a medication to calm the fock down.
noted psychologist Dr. Robert Hartley
(appropriately on the left)
Her daughter died very recently.
Sojourner Faith Jackson, 34, of Florence, MA. and formerly of Grafton, MA., passed away Thursday, August 26, 2010. Born in Northhampton, MA., she was the daughter of Denise (Matteau) Jackson of Austin, TX, and Kristinn Jackson and his wife Ann Jackson of North Grafton, MA.That makes it very difficult for me to go after Denise the way I'd like to. She needs to realise I'm part and parcel of stinking, leftist hippies who love black people, homosexuals, and especially lesbians. That's what the leftier than thou cult demands of its membership.
Faith was currently a student at UMass Amherst and was a certified yoga instructor....
Is Rosie O'Donnell a secret admirer of DFQ2's
leftier than thouism?
Here's what Denise wrote over at Rick Ross' anti-cult blog. She was posting as dsm, until Rick Ross appropriately banned her "Praise the Lord, fags are evil fockers" schtick. Right click the link for a new window and check it out. It's got plenty of crazy hate in it.
For those who would like to do their own socratising, here's an easy tip. Go to Google. Type in "site:website.com search terms" for any domain. There's no space between site: and the url and do not include the http part. I was able to track down various Denise posts at Rick Ross' forum by searching site:forum.rickross.com dsm. Here's one result.
The cult I was in was NatLFed, which ran alongside Larouche in many ways but was much larger and more deeply rooted in the college student population. Larouche's own lack of education limited his following, but NatLFed grew out of a coalescence of disaffected 60's-70's radicals out of the old SDS and Weather Underground and Black Panthers and it parasitically rode along with the Cesar Chavez movement (founder Gerry Doeden aka Gino Perente masqueraded as a Chavez-type organizer to attract the white liberal trust-fund-babies who couldn't get their elitist attitudes past Chavez's people)Aaaah, things are starting to add up better. NatLFed stands for The National Labor Federation, and a quick looksie appears to confirm it is a cult. Now how a person goes from having hippie values to being a religious extremist and hater, you got me. I am not qualified to give Denise counseling. I recommend she chill out with her internet blogging and simultaneously find a therapist. She may not be as unhinged as Diana Napolis, but she's getting there.
There's an internet poster named Blues who has said he used to hang out with all types, from white supremacists to Black Panthers. Myself and donkeytale were starting to think he might have been in the LaRouche cult. Now I'm thinking Blues was probably a member of the National Labor Federation at some point. But I digress.
I see a new Denise comment has reached moderation. She's starting to see I am not a kindred spirit to her schtick. This one she intended to show up on the Parental Kidnapping Wave Tied to Satanic Ritual Abuse, Mind Control Schtick thread linked to above.
Excuse me, but I aplogize for starting this conversation. You twisted my remark about "eccentric" groups to claim I am referring to all "cults" as merely eccentric. I can provide links aplenty, but after your incredibly bigotted and ignorant remark about the state of Utah, I doubt you would accept reading them without twisting them, I doubt you will even read them, but will come up with some other excuse for avoiding logical, critical thought.Cool. I mean it's cool she's gonna stop dropping posts all over the DFQ2 archives.
Nevertheless, you can go to http://neirr.org yourself (as I point out in the articles you don't want to read, and in the videos you don't want to watch, which contain quotes) and read their own description of appointing themselves to "work with" people in other groups which anyone capable of logical thinking can see means that they appoint themselves to invade other groups. You can also read in their own site that they do this at the hired request of families. They link to the safge-house site, which posts a fee of $3,000 per month.
I know you are not going to read any of this because you are a LIBERAL. And you KNOW EVERYTHING. And those people in Utah are animals in your eyes (cattle, maybe?) as are all others, but that is not racism or ignorance when it is voiced by a LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, of course not.
Soc, we are done here. Intelligent people of all backgrounds can see the facts, and will click and look and google for themselves.
You are making it very obvious that I am wasting my time and your blog space, because you clearly have no intention of challenging your own mind to think about the fact that Massachusetts has become the Berlin of the new Fascist Homeland. It's very ironic, what's more, if you really had any liberal sense, you'd consider the incredible irony of George Mather being a descendant of Cotton Mather, carrying on the family tradition the way he is.
Worst Celebrity Stalkers Creep Back into Headlines (excerpt)
Celebrity stalkers have been around since movie stars first hit it big in the '20s, and they've popped up regularly in headlines and in A-lister's backyards ever since.
Here are the 10 worst celebrity stalkers ever.
Diana Napolis – Steven Spielberg & Jennifer Love Hewitt
Diana Napolis first got into a shoving match with Jennifer Love Hewitt's mom outside a San Diego radio station in 2002. She believed Hewitt, Steven Spielberg and other prominent Hollywood figures were part of a powerful satanic cult bent on controlling the minds of America's youth. In defense of accusations of harassment by Spielberg and Kate Capshaw, Napolis alleged that the couple had implanted a microchip (a "soul catcher") into her brain. The judge didn't budge on the claim. In 2003, Napolis was put on psychiatric medication and ordered to stay away from the stars for 10 years.
Jennifer Love Hewitt Stalker
Bill Maher exposes Mormon religion