Curiouser and Curiouser! Stormin' Norman and "The Mother of All Ransom Notes"!
The date of JonBenet's murder might seem like a coincidence, but AIM terrorists chose a symbolic date (6-26-75) to shoot two young FBI Special Agents, Jack R. Coler and Ronald A. Williams, execution-style on Pine Ridge Indian reservation. The AIM terrorists chose the 99th anniversary of the Battle of Little Bighorn (Custer's Last Stand) which took place on June 25-26, 1876.
Ward Churchill has even claimed he was on Pine Ridge the day that the two agents were murdered. The tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies explicitly drew attention to the symbolic import of the date when he made the vicious comment that the Coler and Williams died "Custerlike" in their "self-made trap."
This disgusting remark is reminiscent of Churchill's notorious "little Eichmanns" remark. Churchill is an evil, agressive creature who gets his kicks by blaming the innocent victims of atrocities for their own murders.
Ward Churchill, a white professor who poses as an Indian and who teaches ("professes") at Boulder's University of Colorado, is the leader of CO-AIM. Professor Churchill has criticized the policies of three Presidents toward Iraq: George H. Bush, William Clinton, and George W. Bush.
He advised Americans in an article published on September 12, 2001, that if we didn't want to be attacked by terrorists any more that we should rise up against our leaders, end the sanctions on Iraq, and hang some of our leaders.
Here Churchill explains what concessions to the terrorists we might make to end the attacks on our homeland:
"Were the opportunity acted upon in some reasonably good faith fashion – a sufficiently large number of Americans rising up and doing whatever is necessary to force an immediate lifting of the sanctions on Iraq, for instance, or maybe hanging a few of America's abundant supply of major war criminals (Henry Kissinger comes quickly to mind, as do Madeline Albright, Colin Powell, Bill Clinton and George the Elder) – there is every reason to expect that military operations against the US on its domestic front would be immediately suspended."
Churchill is currently being investigated for plagiarism and other academic misconduct. He is also a big advocate for free speech, and he practices what he preaches. Before he morphed into an Indian, he was involved with the Black Panthers, who were Maoists. And the comrades at the Maoist site MIM, defend Churchill in many articles. [The politic professor prudently leaves these admirers off his C.V.]
The JonBenet Ramsey ransom note was "signed" by that noted plagiarist, S.B.T.C., who cleverly imitated passages from the Lindbergh baby kidnapping notes. The Internet for the Mount Rushmore area is www.SBTC.net [AIM bombed the Mount Rushmore visitor center during the 1970s. It's supposed to be a little clue.] See the details about the plagiarism of the Lindbergh notes here and here.
Silly me! Dim bulb and dribbling, deranged moron that I am, I only this moment happen to remember that the father of America's Gulf War hero Norman “Stormin Norman” Schwarzkopf was the lead investigator in the Lindbergh kidnapping.
Could S.B.T.C., the dribbling, deraged author of the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note, have killed little Jonbenet as an obscure form of "dissent" against America's policy towards Iraq? If so, the killer's communications were pretty obscure. But then, he is so clever!
As noted earlier, I believe that the JonBenet ransom amount of $118,000 may be an obscure allusion to the alleged deaths of Iraqi children, due to UN sanctions in Iraq, and that JonBenet's killer may have rationalized his murder as revenge for the deaths of Iraqi children. Perhaps Jonbenet's murder was an unrecognized case of American chickens "coming home to roost" in Boulder.
If you google these words---Ward Churchill 118,000---you will come to a Maoist site called MIM. According to MIM, A St. Louis paper reported in 1991 that 118,000 Iraqi children were in danger of dying due to sanctions in Iraq.
The $118,000 ransom demanded for JonBenet may have been an allusion to Iraqi children in danger of dying. You know, like JonBenet was in danger of dying of slow torture. These obscure allusions are so clever!
Could it be that the passage plagiarized from several Lindbergh letters that appears in the Ramsey ransom demand is yet another clever allusion to the author's "dissent" against our policies and wars in Iraq.
Why? You still don't get it?
Because Norman Shwarzkopf investigated the Lindbergh kidnapping and his son led the war against Iraq called "Desert Storm."
I grant you, the logic is a little loose, not exactly what a criminologist would call a bingo when it comes to the "normal" criminal's motive. But then we are speaking not of bingo, but of that mastermind S.B.T.C.; who strangled, bludgeoned, and violated JonBenet Ramsey; who wrote "The Mother of All Ransom Notes;" who drizzled obscure AIM allusions all over it. One suspects that such a clever and chronic communicator would not be able to shut up.
No doubt that stupid, evil, bastard Kindermord sees himself as a subtle mastermind of crime who blows smoke in the investigators' eyes like Sherlock Holmes' nemesis, Professor Moriarty.
I suspect that Kindermord's demonic image in the eyes of the dying JonBenet was probably really something. Something that nobody, especially a child, should ever see. I doubt that little JonBenet picked up on the fact that Kindermord was a "dissident" who opposed the killing little Iraqi children. After all, she was only a snuffable little kindergartener.
Update: In another coincidence, or perhaps a wink from God, on June 26, 2006, The Interim Chancellor of the University of Colorado at Boulder, Phil DiStefano, announced that it was his recommendation that Professor Ward Churchill be fired for research misconduct.
All of the above is Snapple's opinion! The Tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies who claims that FBI-backed death squads murdered 342 Indians is not the only one who has free speech! And I am independent; I don't get a dime from the Baath Socialist Party of Iraq or from anyone else!