Friday, September 12, 2008

Daniel Ruth Tampa Tribune Flag Fetishism Nazis Larouche

More layoffs and down-graded formatting are coming for the Tampa Tribune. Partial credit goes to Dr. Rex Curry in exposing the Tampa Tribune and two of its employees, Elaine Silvestrini and Daniel Ruth. The layoffs follow mere weeks after Dr. Curry defeated the Tribune, Silvestrini and Ruth in public debate challenges. Their writing was part of a widespread problem at the newspaper. Earlier Layoffs at the Tribune followed shortly after a previous victory for Dr. Curry over Ruth (See any internet search for "Tampa Tribune lays off").

After Ruth's previous loss the response against Ruth from the general public was so great that Ruth said he was labeled a "Dork, anti-free market statist $#%!&, Dummkopf, liberal, daffy, dolt, stupid, dunce and, oh by the way, socialist." Ruth publicly apologized to Dr. Curry for Ruth's errors.

Ruth's apology was too late, as the Tribune continued to twist down the toilet. Ruth and Silvestrini are causing spectators to wager on when the Tribune will be out of business.

The Tribune is collapsing under the web, and Dr. Curry's work is showing the way as Dr. Curry's work is taking top spots on the web. In a regular google search for Elaine Silvestrini, the # 1 spot (along with the four top spots) is the page (and others) exposing her. In a google image search for Elaine Silvestrini the #1 and #2 spots are web page images. also shows in searches for Daniel Ruth. Also see google results for flag fetishism. There are improved videos in youtube exposing them in the top spots in searches for Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, and Tampa Tribune. For years, has been the # 3 spot in a google search for Daniel Ruth, after Ruth's previous humiliating defeat.

Ruth's use of "socialist" in his previous loss is very telling in that Ruth continues to cover-up for the National Socialist German Workers Party and its deadly dogma. Ruth has probably never written the actual name of the group "National Socialist German Workers Party" ever in the Tribune (check it yourself). Ruth writes flippantly about torture. Good Grief, Lyndon LaRouche was not as delusional as Ruth is. For many years, Ruth has flittered about the fringes of political life in the Tampa Bay area as a sort of scary class clown, in the "special" section, hoping that his kindergarten cracks will make his teachers (i.e. Dr. Curry) give up and leave him alone. Ruth's insane clown posse act is like something out of "Apocalypse Now" meets "A Clockwork Orange." He is the Touch-hole of the Insanely. One suspects that Ruth's flatulence worsens every time Ruth tries to rub his brain cells together. Both of them.

Ruth submits to robotic chanting in worship of the state because it is so much like Ruth's writing: robotic repetition of claptrap that Ruth learned from the government and in government schools (socialist schools).

Ruth is still jealously mad about Dr. Curry's success in exposing Ruth and that explain's Ruth's pirouettes of linguistic blather. Recently, Ruth was educated by about the Pledge of Allegiance. He lost a lot of his naivete' and ignorance after viewing the web site. He still can't face it or admit it.

In a recent article about the web site Ruth did not dispute the work of the noted historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets").

Previously, Ruth has proven his supreme economic ignorance. Recently, he has proven his historical ignorance and his legal ignorance.

Compared to Dr. Curry's illustrious career, Ruth's name is longer than Ruth's career highlights. It is no wonder that Ruth's columns never state any qualifications he has to write articles about the topic (or any articles). Only Ruth's phone number and email address were given with no biographical or background information (nor any link to such information). There is a complete lack of disclosure of whether Ruth has any licensing or educational acheivement that qualifies him to write on such a topic, how he was selected, nor how much Ruth was paid to write the piece (It might embarrass him if they printed what he was paid). Ruth learned to write in government schools on Planet Zircon 9.

As a career move, Daniel Ruth should not become a lawyer. His "journalism" might cause some people to wonder if he is competent even to write about legal issues, or to write at all about anything. If Ruth is considering a career change to law then here is a Memo to Daniel Ruth: Don't start packing your bags.

Ruth's employer, the Tampa Tribune, is a so-called newspaper that has never published a historical photograph of the Pledge's early stiff-arm salute, nor printed an article about the Pledge's relationship to the salute of the National Socialist German Workers Party, its symbol and its rituals. Ruth has also never informed his readers about the new discoveries concerning the Pledge's past.

If there has ever been an article about Francis Bellamy (author of the Pledge of Allegiance) in Ruth's newspaper it repeated the usual shallow propaganda common to most "news" outlets.

In that way, the Tampa Tribune promotes and perpetuates flag fetishism by repeating the tired cliches through touch-holes such as Ruth. Now Ruth can no longer use the defense of unintentional ignorance, as he might have in the past.

Ruth remained unable or unwilling to state the simple issue: The Pledge of Allegiance (and its author) was the origin of the salute of the National Socialist German Workers Party and influenced its symbols and rituals. Ruth is a denier and a historical revisionist. Is Ruth dense or does lack of integrity and honesty make him unwilling to provide simple accurate reporting?

Ruth failed to discuss nor even enumerate the six or more issues that Curry's appellate brief argued on behalf of the defendant in the case. Ruth has the ability to let his audience decide for themselves because Ruth could post Curry's brief on the web site of the Tampa Tribune or, but Ruth did not do so and will not do so because the brief would expose his inane comments, omissions and cover-ups.

If you read newspapers for years then you will see all manner of ditzoid craziness that slops its way over the journalistic gunwales -claims of UFO abductions, the conspiracy theorists, Nazi cabals, deranged threatening environmentalists and people who believe monkeys are taking over the world. And those are just some of the serious news stories.

There are some newspaper writers, too, who are really weird. Take Daniel Ruth. Please, take him.

For all the black helicopter sightings and arguments Shecky Green and the Jewish lobby control the government and Y2K means the end of the world, Daniel Ruth has to be not only the most certifiably insane, but perhaps the most twistedly evasive.

The Felliniesque Fidel Castro never answered any of the original questions. For example, why is the federal government growing so large, taking over criminal law nationwide, and becoming involved in what in the past would have been state level cases? Daniel Ruth - a "newspaper" writer - weighed in with one long sputtering bluster against historical reality. Loopy Ruth did his usual mental blank-out. The Karl Marx of the Twilight Zone responded with a bunch of journalistic babble and name-calling that is his "trademark."

Ruth is one of the most visible local disciples of the Tampa Tribune, which ought to have his embarrassed fellow travelers donning Groucho Marx disguises around the office and about town.

You have to wonder what schools Ruth went to. Government schools? The government taught him everything it knows and he is still stupid. But that is statist quo.

Ruth a writer with a big public forum and his reasoning is that of half-baked socialism/statism. Terrifying.

Ruth's remarks are a reminder of the cliche' "If you can't do, and you can't teach, then write."

Ruth knows that the media debate challenge that was issued by Dr. Rex Curry as quoted by another Tribune reporter ( Elaine Silvestrini ), is also available to Ruth and Ruth knows that everyone else knows that Ruth has always been too cowardly to do it over the many years and he never will. The only person Ruth is fooling is himself.

It will always remain another media debate challenge victory for Dr. Curry over Daniel Ruth and the Tampa Tribune.

Ruth's comments raise the question of whether Ruth is unable to recognize any meritorious arguments in the six or more issues raised on behalf of the defendant in the brief. One of those issues was "insufficiency of the evidence" which is probably the most common issue argued in appeals of criminal cases.

Ruth's comments are especially odd considering that similar appellate issues were raised and argued in six issues raised by another attorney in a related case involving Scott Schweickert, charged as a co-conspirator. Was Ruth saying that he would provide ineffective assistance of counsel to a defendant by waiving / abandoning all the issues? Was Ruth saying that Ruth would file an Anders brief for both defendants (in an Anders brief a defense attorney openly states that he believes there are no meritorious issues to argue for a defendant)? Ineffective assistance of counsel is shown primarily by waiving and abandoning issues. Not by having an extra issue that is not victorious. Most appeals are unsuccessful, meaning that all arguments made in most cases are rejected by the appellate court.

Here is other information that was known to Daniel Ruth and that he omitted from his article: The issues raised in Dr. Curry's brief are not uncommon and similar to most of the issues raised in other briefs, such as that of the Defendant Scott Schweikert (for example, insufficiency of the evidence). Some of the issues were also raised in articles in Ruth's newspaper (the Tampa Tribune) about the case and are also supported by comments made by some judges, jurors and other observers concerning the charges, the trial and the sentence (and some of that is in the brief). The issues are also supported by other people such as the former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi (author of the book "The Prosecution of President George W. Bush for Murder").

It is also consistent with what has been the law historically in the U.S.A.Some of the issues have also met with some success in United States v. Stewart 348 F.3d 1132 (9th Cir. 2003) an opinion by Judge Alex Kozinski (whowill be speaking in Tampa to the Federal Bar Association during the same month as this communication to Silvestrini). The Stewart case is available at various locations on the web including

Similar arguments were made unsuccessfully in Gonzales v. Raich, 545 U.S. 1 (2005) (the medical marijuana case cited in the government's brief and in Dr. Curry's brief). United States v. Stewart is a case involving a challenge to the constitutionality of 18 U.S.C. ยง 922o under the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that mere possession of homemade machine guns can not be constitutionally regulated by the United States Congress under the Commerce Clause. Upon granting certiorari, the Supreme Court of the United States vacated the Ninth Circuit's ruling and remanded the case back to the court for further consideration in light of its ruling in Gonzales v. Raich, 545 U.S. 1 (2005) where a new decision was issued in Stewart. see$file/0210318.pdf?openelement

Ruth's inability to undertand the jurisdictional argument on appeal (that the federal government lacked jurisdiction in the case) is bizarre in light of the May 1, 2007 article in the Tampa Tribune reporting that Judge Merryday "...said the federal government is 'not situated to prosecute the real offense, which prosecution is situated in the state of Florida.' "

The Tampa Tribune also wrote, regarding Curry's client: "In sentencing Lorenzo last year, U.S. District Judge Richard Lazzara said that if he were a circuit judge [state level] and the prosecution had brought capital murder charges, the government would have no trouble establishing the presence of four aggravating factors - facets of the case legally required for a death sentence."

Ruth is guilty of ineffective assistance of reporting.It is no wonder why old-style "newspapers" such as Ruth's are dying out as people turn to the internet for more accurate information.

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