Friday, November 10, 2006

There's something wrong with NJ libraries

Last weekend the wife asked the refence librarian in Hawthorne for a copy of the first Star Wars movie and she came home with Episode I. Now the library in Passaic is displaying pseudoscience.

Librarian and Curator Jim Bordone, above, said he first became acquainted with the theory when he read Erich Von Daniken's book "Chariots of the Gods."
Alien archaeologists theorize that aliens bred the "global elite" -- modern-day politicians, corporate managers, heads of think tanks and secret societies. Bordone said that one prominent author identified Robert Gates, the man slated to replace Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, as one of the aliens' descendents. Also predicted, he said, was that alien-descendent George W. Bush would win the 2000 presidential election.

4 comments:

Maryann said...

Alright, Erich Von Daniken! Field trip to Passaic, everyone!

Mister B said...

Let's clear one thing up. I was misquoted as saying George W. Bush and Gates as being aliens - he is however a member of the Council on Foreign Relations which is one of the Global Elite organizations that controls governments and economic policy throughout the world. I sent a letter to the editor and to clarify this and hopefully they will publish it.

Jim Bordone - Passaic Public Library

liberal elite said...

I'm not sure you're helping your case.

Mister B said...

Well if you research the material which is clearly documented you will see that most of it makes sense despite what the media tries to tell us

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