Alexander The Great

January 11, 2008

Conservatipedia – A Spammer, Cheat, and Idiot

Filed under: Modern Life,spam,Terrorism — alexanderthegreatest @ 6:58 pm
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Conservatipedia is a web site that proves its possible to consistantly produce lower quality drivel than Wikipedia. Like most spam, it’s a Google BlogSpot splog. (Splog = spam blog) What’s unusual about this particular site is that the paranoid delusionals seem to have found their way onto the internet. Consider this quote, whining about Disney’s cartoon, Aladdin

Alababistan is a fictional city in the Middle East. The movie tries to show how “great” the Middle East is and how “happy” Muslims live. They never seemed to showcase masked men running around with AK47’s shooting little girls that are trying to goto school.

Even the patently ignorant would admit the movie takes place before the AK-47 (a Russian weapon) was invented. Here’s another bit of schizophrenia spilling into the blogosphere

The Genie in the Bottle
No it’s not Christina Aguilera, but a metaphor of the Islamic belief of suicide bombing infidels. The Genie in the bottle will grant three wishes to that person that gives it a rub. The idea that there are virgins waiting in heaven after you blow yourself up, is the same false belief of a Genie in a bottle granting a wish. All this movie did was have children running around rubbing bottles and learning how to be suicide bombers.

The site boasts 2 RSS subscribers. It’s “marketed” (ie spammed) by cheating Stumble Upon using Digital Point (banned from Stumble Upon) to recruit fellow spammers. The entire thread is in violation of SU’s terms of service, and has been reported.

Like many Republicans, the owner of this site is a hypocrite. This purveyor of spam actually has the text “Spam will not be tolerated.” on his side bar.



  1. thanks for this find…been laughing for several minutes…

    the rest of your site looks good too; i think i’ll be popping back in.

    Comment by novumorganum — January 11, 2008 @ 7:10 pm | Reply

  2. My site rules and you’re just going to have to accept that fact. I know it must be tough to not understand things. I guess that comes from the life of being a liberal. I sure did love your comments about my posts on stumbleupon. It was terrific.

    You must live a fantastic life of pure ecstasy and reruns of The O.C.

    Comment by Chris — January 11, 2008 @ 8:16 pm | Reply

  3. How do you justify the “spam will not be tolerated” on a site that’s only known because of your spam activities, “conservative”? That’s the problem with Repugnants – you have haughty standards you want everyone else to follow, but won’t hold yourselves to any legal or moral standard whatsoever.

    Comment by alexanderthegreatest — January 11, 2008 @ 8:55 pm | Reply

  4. I really don’t understand why you call it spam. I define spam as sending information to people, without their consent, with the purpose of advertising a product. My site doesn’t sell products, doesn’t make any money. They are articles, that you don’t like. And you are trying your best to censure them. Which is sort of lame and fascist.

    I do appreciate your interest in my site. I hope to see more of it. I will work even harder to write articles that you will enjoy enough to complain about.

    Best of luck.

    Comment by Chris — January 11, 2008 @ 10:22 pm | Reply

  5. Wow John this sure is a find! I can’t believe it’s actually got that rubbish on their site! I would laugh if I didn’t find it scary that people actually believe this stuff. It reminds me of Gullible Inks 😉

    This is a must-blog subject!

    Comment by Dan — January 12, 2008 @ 9:34 am | Reply

  6. […] @ 11:41 pm Tags: conservative, politics, stupid, wikipedia I wrote a post about Conservatipedia, which was picked up by Super Blogger Daniel Price of Wales, England.  The site is, well, read the […]

    Pingback by Whaddya Kno? ConservApedia! « Alexander The Great — January 15, 2008 @ 11:41 pm | Reply

  7. I think conservatipedia is very well writ and funny. That chris dude dont believe in those things he write and is doing it just to get more attention to the blog. Its probably an anti-republican/christianism site.

    just my 2cents… =]

    Comment by marcel — February 11, 2008 @ 10:18 am | Reply

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