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Spooning Pays

Uri Geller and a bent spoon

by Revilo P. Oliver

YOU SURELY remember Uri Geller, the marvelous Jew-boy with an Einsteinian brain, which cerebrated so dynamically that he could bend spoons by just thinking about them. His phenomenal powers, scientifically called “psychokinesis” and scientifically tested and certified by the great scientists of the Stanford Research Institute, were exhibited to many suckers, for their spiritual edification and financial depletion, until the trick was exposed by James Randi, a professional magician, whose powers were far greater than Uri’s.

Since the exposure of their gullibility, nothing has been heard of the experts in electronics and bioengineering at Stanford. It is likely they escaped embarrassment by going on a polar expedition and using their scientific gear to locate the factory in which Santa Claus makes toys for good boys and girls.

After Mr. Randi’s devastating visit to Palo Alto, psychokinetic Uri faded, like Alice’s Cheshire cat, from view in the United States, and you may sometimes have wondered, as I did, what became of him.

The Sunday edition of the (London) Mail, 19 October 1986, informs us that Geller has decided to adorn England with his presence, supercharged brain and all, and has just purchased a home overlooking the Thames, a mansion for which he paid £1,000,000.

Uri says he has netted £25,000,000 out of bending spoons and using his big mind’s transcendental powers as a “psychic.” He also says that he is kept on retainer by “multi-national oil companies,” who thus reserve the right to consult him at need. His minimum fee for a consultation, it would appear, is £18,000. The corporations managed by morons were not named.

The Mail on Sunday, by the way, has openly called Geller a fraud and offered to pay £20,000 for just one demonstration of a psychic power in conditions that preclude the usual cheating. The newspaper, needless to say, does not run the slightest risk of adding its mite to Uri’s Solomonic income.

The next time anyone quotes the old chestnut about honesty being the best policy, even in a “democracy,” you may point to the great spoon-bender in his million-pound mansion, where he is doubtless now sitting happily, looking out over the Thames, chortling over his twenty-five million pounds in the bank, and rejoicing over the infantile credulity of goyim.

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Source: Liberty Bell magazine, June 1987

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Karen
Karen
16 February, 2020 8:05 am

I always wondered what happened to that guy. Now I know.

mr eye
mr eye
Reply to  Karen
16 February, 2020 10:31 am

According to Wiki, he has been living in Jaffa Israel since 2015. And there’s this:

“Michael Jackson was best man when Geller renewed his wedding vows in 2001.[111] Geller also negotiated the TV interview between Jackson with the journalist Martin Bashir, Living with Michael Jackson.[112] ”

What a surprise this creep was hanging out with a pedo and weirdo like Michael Jackson.

Ulysses Freire da Paz Junior
Ulysses Freire da Paz Junior
16 February, 2020 10:02 am

THE SLAVES OF TOMORROW = all those who are apathetic and uninterested in history, http://aaargh.vho.org/espa/solavaya.html they will never be able to lead the destiny by their own hands “Liberty is eternal vigilance, but it certainly isn’t good news for most Americans today. The average White American hasn’t an idea in his head that didn’t come from his television receiver. The notion of the average American being vigilant is simply ridiculous. But you know, that really doesn’t worry him a bit. He’s not interested in liberty, so why should he care about being vigilant? What he’s interested in is, when does the next ball game come on? Is there any more beer in the refrigerator? When’s supper? And in America we let these people vote! We put our liberty in their… Read more »

Mencken's Ghost
Mencken's Ghost
16 February, 2020 10:07 am

So this was one of the many “contributions to science and culture” the Jews constantly brag about? Sounds on par with the quack Magnus Hirschfeld in the Weimar Republic who forced transgenderism on the Germans. Mencken summed it all up in 1956: The Jewish theory that the Goyim envy the superior ability of Jews is not borne out by the facts. Most Goyim, in fact, deny that the Jew is superior, and point in evidence to his failure to take the first prizes: he has to be content with the seconds. No Jewish composer has ever come within miles of Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, no Jew has ever challenged the top-flight painters of the world, and no Jewish scientist has ever equalled Newton, Darwin, Pasteur, or Mendel. In the latter… Read more »

Travon Martinberg
Travon Martinberg
Reply to  Mencken's Ghost
16 February, 2020 11:52 pm

I’ve never heard jews brag about jewish contributions to science, except for Einstein, who wanted to use nuclear weapons on Germany. If jews truly believed in science they’d believe in eugenics. If they believed in eugenics the majority would cease bearing fully-jewish children (hint at why intermarriage rate is high), and adopt the non-white children they want us to love so much – unless such jews value the talents of political division, spewing psychobabble, overthrowing patriarchy, financial wheeling and dealing, and litigating, as so worthwhile to the world as to grace it with another weirdo with a Jennifer Rubin or Adam Schiff life plan. This complicates the good-jew paradigm. Two good, great-looking jews are still more likely to produce another Paul Singer, Weinstein, Sackler, Sharon, or Kaganovich than another Beethoven,… Read more »

Mencken's Ghost
Mencken's Ghost
Reply to  Travon Martinberg
17 February, 2020 12:28 pm

From my experience they constantly brag about it and push a narrative according to which Jews are basically responsible for advanced civilization. This was a great summary of it:

https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2019/10/16/do-jews-think-differently-aspects-of-jewish-self-glorification/

It’s related to the good old shape-shifting. When a quarter-Jew makes a contribution he’s a Jew. When a full Jew commits a crime he’s a white guy.

Travon Martinberg
Travon Martinberg
Reply to  Mencken's Ghost
18 February, 2020 4:40 am

To be honest, I rarely deal with jews personally or read of their travails, and Albert Einstein is the only jewish scientist I know of. What major items have jews invented, discovered, designed, built, composed, painted or sculpted (besides modern ‘art’) that are worthy of self-promotion? I don’t accept what the nobel prizer astrophysics say, jewish or not, when close to 90% of the universe is composed of “Dark Matter” because they are too lazy to find a rational explanation. I’m too old to analyze jewish self-promotion now, but I will say that jews shouldn’t glorify their accomplishments at the same time they are receiving endless reparations for their victimizations. And I will say if jewish authors are willing to give jews group-credit for certain accomplishments, with the community’s acquiescience,… Read more »

Arvin N. Prebost
Arvin N. Prebost
16 February, 2020 11:15 am

Magic is such an art, and it also displays for all to see the peculiar aspects, or deficiencies, of our cognitive system. Actually, I think it causes a person to doubt himself, which is good, and to question his assumptions about other things, if he is intelligent enough to connect the dots.

The Davenport Brothers toured the whole world with their act: They would allow anyone to tie them up in their “spirit cabinet” and then the doors would be shut. Almost instantly, trumpets would play, ghostly faces would appear, and all sorts of things would happen. Then the doors would be opened, and there were the Davenports, calmly sitting there, tied up as before!

Arvin N. Prebost
Arvin N. Prebost
16 February, 2020 5:49 pm

It is fun to be fooled, and magic is a wonderful art! How we wish that it were real, to recover that sense of childhood possibilities! Either Uri did have some power (I do not deny such powers) or he was a wonderful magician. James Randi has not always been right, not by a long shot. Neither was Houdini in his conflict with the famous medium, Mina Crandon. Many magicians are naturally biased against anything that smacks of the occult. Either way, I don’t see any harm in making money with it (magical skills/psychic power) if people chose to spend their money in seeing such things. I would like to see such a presentation if it were not too expensive. There is a lucrative market in inventing new magical effects.… Read more »

Titus
Titus
Reply to  Arvin N. Prebost
17 February, 2020 9:06 am

The real magic is being done in laboratories and knowledge centers, by “magicians” in physics, chemistry, etc.
Scammers and charlatans like uri geller also practice some branch of magic, designed not to produce an effect on the material but to produce an effect on the mind, usually for profit. Magic is the trade of the jews who, being parasites, need to master all the illusions and psychological tricks to convince the rest of humanity that they are not a pest after all.

It’s much fun to read Revilo P. Oliver, one of my favourite writers.

Arvin N. Prebost
Arvin N. Prebost
Reply to  Titus
17 February, 2020 2:33 pm

“Behold,” said Zarathustra, “Here are my miracles—cement, mortar, electricity, nails and screws! Bring out your dour tribemen to slay them as the firstborn! They will be raised again like Lazarus breaking his bonds; they will be given new life after a dark sleep intoned by chanting monks in their dark and cheerless temples . That which has been called forth by the mind of Man cannot be put back into the tomb!”

Joe Suthers
Joe Suthers
22 February, 2020 11:43 pm

He worked for Mossad he said so himself, he has now returned to live in Israel after 45 + years living in Britain.

Joe Suthers
Joe Suthers
22 February, 2020 11:45 pm
Noreen
Noreen
24 February, 2020 1:11 am

He earned $25 million by his psychic abilities the same way Epstein earned his by being a financial manager with one client.