“There is no real ending. It’s just the place where you stop the story.”

― Frank Herbert

Friday, September 11, 2015

Barrack Hussein may have forgotten, but I haven't.





Say hello to your new neighbors.



20 comments:

  1. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)


    I saw an article on Ann Barnhartts blog that the story and gruesome pictures of a 'raped and murdered' Swedish girl.
    According to Ann Barnhart, all rapes (100 percent) in Sweden reported last year were committed by muslim men.
    I can not verify this information, but Ann Barnhart has been spot on before.

    On a humorous note;

    I made a cup of my "toxic coffee' (you know the coffee that Kymber said was 'disgusting)
    My instant coffee is so strong it can make a Turk 'twinge, Give a Ghurka gas, and make a Cossack cry.

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    1. Oslo, Norway had the same statistics. I listened to NPR the other day, they did a story on the German schools near some village that has a refugee center. The school sent home word to the parents to have their daughters dress in long dresses and not wear revealing clothes like tank tops or shorts, because the majority of the refugees at the camp were young Moslem men and there had already been "problems." If a country lets these people in, then all the murders and other crimes that are the result are the direct fault of the politicians that did it. Remember the Mexican illegal that went berserk on the pier in San Francisco after the police there released him because it is a sanctuary city.

      I think things are going to take their natural course. The Germans are a law abiding people but they have their limits. The French don't screw around and they'll take care of business when they have to. And here in America, there are a lot of people who are about to the point where they wont' take anymore. I can't see the people in Idaho, for instance, welcoming thousands of Africans and Middle Eastern "nobody wants" to town. People in the cities tend to be more stolid and put up with anything, but people in the country are not that way. It's going to get ugly, and then that fool in the White House will go on tv and say "if I had a son he would be just like Abu Jubail Kamal."

      I'm not drinking coffee tonight. I'm trying to get to sleep. I have to get up in the morning and go mail some stuff in town, was going to do it Saturday but looks like I'll be otherwise occupied.

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    2. Hey Harry,

      (captaincrunch)

      I am getting something made for you. It will be a nice surprise that your sure to get a good laugh out of (and no its not any of my custom packaged coffee) Its going to take some time. Anything worth having takes time to get.
      I also wanted to let you know I have not forgotten about you and I know this October you may want to lean on a few friends if it helps keep your spirits up.
      Myself, I think Kymber and a bunch of others will be around as usual and we ain't going anywhere.

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    3. You're making me a rocket launcher! I've always wanted one.

      You've got my curiosity going CC.

      Yes, it's good to have friends. No gainsaying that.

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  2. Harry having read your last two posts, I agree with you. I feel sorry for those who have been affected, but I too am worried about all the ISIS folks who are just walking into these our country's with out regard to proper paperwork. I read a number near 75% are men. They need to grow some coconuts stand and fight the terrorists. Has the whole world gone Liberal...aka Socialists??? and coward???

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    1. Well, the Palestinians I saw interviewed on Al Jazeera didn't care a damn about anything. They wanted the free apartment, free medical care, free money and free car that they'd heard the Germans handed out when you got to the border. Personally I think they were misinformed. About 75 percent of the refugees are men in their twenties according to the U.N. and the E.U.

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  3. What a day! I certainly haven't forgotten about that day. We used to show a film, which a lot of artists made artwork in remembrance of that day in class. We no longer do. The students are too young to remember it. They all still know about it though.

    It was my husband's first day on the job, for the job he worked 12 years at. I was still looking for work. We just moved from Atlanta to the Midwest. My good friend was getting married that weekend. She had relatives and friends that called to cancel because they knew security would be nuts on the airlines. I watched the news constantly. So sad, and scary.

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    1. I was teaching that day. We were on the playground and the teachers aid came out and told us a plane had crashed into a skyscraper in N.Y. Things went downhill from there. It's just a matter of time, with Obama running things, or actually not running anything, before something similar happens again. Now the terrorists don't have to sneak people in the country, the government is importing them by the thousands and tens of thousands.

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  4. Harry,

    We will never forget!!!
    Proud Americans!!!! God Bless Our Service Men and Women, God Bless America!!!!

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    1. Fewer Americans living here and more opportunists from Hell's Half Acre every day. But you are right, those of us that remain will remember and take note.

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  5. God Help Us (while we prepare).

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    1. We've been pretty short on help of any kind these last eight years or so, but I'll take what I can get.

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  6. It's a scary future we face and that may be the understatement of the year.

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    1. I think you are being very conservative. Particularly the way things have been going lately, it seems like everything that can go wrong, has gone wrong.

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  7. Harry - Reckon this may give you pause for thought...

    https://www.facebook.com/OfficialBritainFirst/videos/856909564454306/

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    1. Dani, let me look that up. I appreciate you sending the link. I'm always looking for more information, though usually I'd be better off not knowing.

      :-)

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  8. 14 years ago I went to teach my class that morning as well, all the kids were upset about it so I just turned on the TV and let it play out and then discussed it with them. Very tough day for all of us.

    So I understand the U.S. will be getting 10,000 refugees, but it's really much more than that. I wonder if their visa will include "now you must vote for the democratic party". --Troy

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    1. Troy, I took mine inside and turned on the tv, but no sooner had a I done that than the Principal come over the intercom and told us to turn off the TV and not tell the kids anything. Shortly thereafter momma's starting flooding in and picking up their kids, like Al Qaeda was going to attack our school any minute. By the time school was over I had about 12 out of 34 left .

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  9. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    On 9/11. I just got up and made some of my wonderful coffee. Turned on Fox News and they were talking about a twin engine aircraft, possibly a twin prop aircraft hitting the first tower.
    They blabbered on, all kinds of conjecture then they had the camera's rolling as the second aircraft (obviously a 737) smack the second tower. Everyone was silent, I just sat there drinking my coffee, just kinda numb. It took awhile for it to set in that we were under attack.
    When I went to work later that day. Everyone was numb, glued to the tv and kinda in a daze.

    Now if a similar situation happened......I would be out the door. Refueling the trucks tanks. Hitting walmart, topping off on some consumables like laundry detergent and what not. Looting the ATM and getting ready to lay low for awhile everyone else is running around with their faces planted in their smartphones. It will take it a few days for the sheeple to figure out that their is no more coffee left at starbucks , walmart is out of toilet paper and there ain't no trucks coming to resupply. Not for awhile at least.

    One more thing......

    I saw an alert about solar storms hitting that started to hit us this morning. I don't thing this one is too bad, but it would be a good idea to keep abreast of whats going in on spaceweather.com.

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    1. I watch the solar weather too. I had a widget for that but it quit working.

      I can't figure out why ISIS hasn't pulled off a 911 style attack. With the buffoons we have for a government, how hard could it be?

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