Friday, January 8, 2016
Tensions are high all over Europe because of Feral Muslims and acts of terrorism and rape, the latest ones being the mob attacks on German women in Cologne.
While acts of terrorism will come and go, and may even abate for long periods of time due to the efficiency of surveillance, acts of Muslim rape are much less likely to cease. They will continue to be a regular occurrence wherever Muslim migrants are housed, and can be expected to raise tensions between migrants and the native populace simmering over. It's the result of the vast numbers of migrants who have arrived in Europe last year (conservatively estimated at between 750,000 and 1,500,000) and those who will arrive this year, the overwhelming majority are and will continue to be young males. One estimate is that 72% of them are adult men, with just 13% women, and 15% children. Many of the "children" are teenage boys, hormones in tennis shoes already feeling the first stirrings of sexual desire, while most of the adult men are in the more sexually virile age groups of twenties and thirties.
In other words, the great majority of these so called "Muslim Refugees" are males of an age at which they think almost ceaselessly about sex. It is a significant fact that these young men are moving from societies where women are routinely covered up and jealously guarded as property, into societies where they are allowed to wear whatever or as little as they like, and rarely feel endangered living in an advanced civilized culture.
The obvious outcome of all this is that those countries that are most accommodating to the refugees can expect to be on the receiving end of having their women regularly raped. They have invited their own trouble and downfall.
On December 12, 2015, the Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center opened 2 Facebook accounts. One was anti-Jew/Israel, the other was anti-Palestinian/Palestine.
They uploaded identical posts in terms of tone and pictures and verbiage. One being anti-Jew, the other being anti-Palestinian. They kept that up for days, ramping up the tone, but always in the same proportion on both pages.
On the same day they posted Death to all Jews on the Palestinian page and Death To All Palestinians on the Israeli page.
Then they reported each page to Facebook.
What do you think happened?
Thursday, January 7, 2016
I got Big Bomb like you! Ha! Who tie yu shoe lace in morning? You wife ugly like monkey butt! Ha Ha!
Kim Jong #Un!
I get paid vacations to Hawaii and Martha's Vineyard any time I want, and all the chocolate cake I can eat! Ha!
P.S. We seem to agree on one thing, my wife.
*Thank You MJA for the Linkage*
I vill create new Germans hahahahhahaa! Germans out of Africans and Arabs, yes! They say unmöglich, it can never be done they say, but they. vill. see!
"For centuries the Germans were wont to leave their homeland, emigrating to places such as America, where the Statue of Liberty welcomed them among the “huddled masses yearning to breathe free”. For all the Germans remaining at home, however, nationality remained a matter of “blood” (jus sanguinis in Latin) rather than choice or place of birth. That identity was built into the language itself.
All that is history and will definitively be buried in 2016. Today Germany is second only to America in the number of immigrants it attracts. Most come from within the European Union (EU), but many come from farther afield. Among rich countries Germany also takes by far the most refugees—today’s “huddled masses”. About 1m were expected in 2015 alone, and the numbers in 2016 are sure to be big too."The great Cathedrals shall become Mosques, the magnificent castles fall into ruin and the museums just empty shells......
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
"Crickets, considered a “gateway bug” and an ecologically viable food source, have become one of the latest food crazes - popping up on grocery store shelves in baked goods and even dog treats.
But a UC Davis study cautions that while crickets do have the potential to increase the supply of dietary protein that we need to feed our exponentially growing population, their sustainability claims have been “overstated".University of California Cooperative Extension agronomist Mark Lundy informs us discerning non-bug consumers:
“Our study demonstrates that the sustainability gains associated with cultivating crickets as an alternative source of protein will depend, in large part, on what the crickets are fed and which systems of livestock production they are compared to.”
In their experiment, crickets fed minimally processed food waste composed largely of straw died before they reached a harvestable size. Those fed processed food waste or raised on typical poultry feed only had a protein conversion rate that’s similar to chickens.
In other words, crickets can’t convert plants into protein more efficiently than chickens. But if we can eventually find ways to efficiently farm crickets, edible bugs can be a part of our efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while sustainably feeding a growing population."
Ummm....I don't think so!
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Which explains why this year the White House's 2015 retrospective listed "joining Twitter" as one of President Obama's top events. Now, as the President's social media reach has expanded, and at least a chunk of his free time dedicated to spouting his every thought in 140 characters or less, the White House knows it has achieved at least something. But simply avoiding the President's speeches and press conferences in traditional media will not completely erase him from your daily life.
“Americans also shared in some more personal moments with the President, like when he walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge 50 years after the first marches from Selma to Montgomery,” the blog post said. “Or when he sang ‘Amazing Grace’ in honor of those who lost their lives to gun violence in Charleston, South Carolina.”
“Or when he launched his own Twitter and Facebook accounts to share personal messages on stories that touched millions across the country and reflected who we are as a people,” it said.
“Whether it’s the best posts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube or unforgettable moments with the First Lady or the Vice President, you’ll find all of the best ways to remember 2015 right here,” the post continued. “So take a look back at some of the most memorable moments of the year that meant so much for the American people, for President Obama, and for all of us here at the White House.”Obama's historic Iran nuclear weapons
Thank You Larwyn’s Linx for the Linkage!