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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Is this The End Times, or What?

Teen flashmobs beat adults, attack police.

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Kids 8 and 10 years old attacking adults?  Running in packs, like feral animals?  I just linked the story because I knew it would sound so outrageous that people would need to verify it for themselves. It's a CBS News story, not National Enquirer. Hundreds of young kids, some as young as 8 years old, attacking people, assaulting the police?   Where were their parents?  What did the kids get out of it, beating up people they didn't even know?




 Nobody reads this book anymore.  Used to be, in the 1960's, you couldn't get through High School without having to read it.

Then it just faded away.

But when mobs of kids, including elementary school kids,  start rampaging through the streets of Philadelphia, maybe it's time to dig out the old cardboard boxes of paperbacks in the barn and give it a read once more.

The eerie thing is that when the Romans finally went under, all sorts of social aberrations along these lines happened to them.  I wonder if this is like the fuse fizzing and sparking before the real explosion goes off.

Maybe we will find out soon enough.






And what on earth is this "Creepy Clown" thing about?  I'm told the first "sighting" was some kind of advertising prank, but now they are all over the country.  One of these "clowns" showed up in a nice subdivision in Atlanta, tried to run off with a little kid from his back yard, and was chased away by a machete wielding neighbor.  People are really uneasy about this "phenomenon."  If Creepy Clown shows up around my place, when the dogs finish with him the chickens can clean up the leftovers. I'll riddle Creepy Clown, that's a fact.








I just don't understand all this.

And then there's all these Wikileaks coming out, and they shock even me.  I'm no Clinton fan, God knows, but it just didn't seem possible that some of these things we now know are true, were "real world."  Fox News has a headline on their web page,  The story boggles the mind. Clinton's minions were apparently willing to do anything to keep Soros "happy."

Wikileaks: Clinton Team's Mission: To Please George Soros

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For years, I just figured George Soros to be a rich idiot.  People would write comments on the blog about how he was the puppet master, buying the Democrats and the Republicans, but I just gaffed it off as hyperbole. I guess I was wrong.  Seriously wrong.


These last few days, the Wikileaks revelations have been so horrible that I can't believe even the most jaded Leftard wouldn't have qualms about Hillary Clinton. She and her husband are genuinely evil people.


Thought for the Day:



 Good Question.







23 comments:

  1. This comment was from Michael. I published some comments, all of them worked but two and this was one of them. So I am publishing it this way.


    The creepy clown phenomenon has even reached the UK. It is happening over there too. We had someone try and pull that stunt on a woman sitting on her porch here in Lewiston, Maine. She pulled out he gun and sent them packing. Someone needs to take a baseball bat to a few of these creeps and they might realize it is not so funny. As for Soros he is the money behind Hitlery and Obama. He owns companies that own half the voting machines in the country. He started his repugnant career as a young teenager in Hungary selling out his fellow Jews to the Nazis. He is as bad as the make them. He single-handedly made the British pound crash a few years ago by buying up large segments of the market and selling short. He is bad news any way you look at it.

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  2. I have heard of the guy as long as I've been paying attention to politics, which is to say, since I left the Marine Corps in 1986. For years I've heard he was part of the "New World Order" but I tended to think of that as a bit extreme. However, it certainly appears that he can pull the strings of Hillary Clinton and her lackeys to get what he wants. And what he wants is the antithesis of what I want. I will take him a lot more seriously from now on.

    I don't know whether to laugh or be concerned about the Creep Clown epidemic. I thought it was vaguely amusing until the thing happened in Atlanta. I also thought, right from the beginning, that these people dressing up in clown suits and staring in peoples bed room windows at night, etc, were just begging to get drilled. I'm surprised it hasn't happened yet.

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  3. From Gorges:

    Soros is all NWO, and rich enough (and foolish enough) to bankroll a lot of it.

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    1. Apparently he has enough influence and control for Hillary and her followers to roll over when he snaps his fingers. I wonder if all the stories about the Koch brothers and the Republicans are true as well?

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  4. Soros the puppet master: Sorry Harry, I told you so.

    That AK variant should do the job nicely on the clown. We had a few kids show up at the high school dressed up as clowns and they were arrested not long ago. We are as a nation sinking fast. It's depressing. --Troy

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    1. That's a Norinco MAK-90 with a Choate stock. I bought myself a cheap video camera some years back, and put it on the hood of my truck. I was going to take a video of me shooting a pine tree down to send to my nephew. But the "video camera" only took single stills, so I wound up with a bunch of pictures of me looking progressively more infuriated.... I knew some day they would come in handy though. ;-)

      In the last few years, lots of things that I thought were too wild to be true, have proven to be true. This is just the latest. I guess having been born when Eishenhower was President, I just can't shake off the idea that there are some things too egregious for even the Left and it's followers to do. Every time somebody told me Soros was calling the shots I thought of a James Bond movie script. But I guess I need to broaden my horizons these days.

      Maybe I will dress up as a chicken and start a national trend of "Creepy Chicken." Then at least I will have made my mark on society...

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  5. Feral children running wild and doing what feral animals do.

    Another proud achievement of LBJ's "Great Society"....

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    1. Remember the Star Trek episode in the sixties with exactly that scenario? Life imitates art, somebody said.

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    2. Yep. The episode was called "Miri", and had the children being the only ones left after a plague had killed all the grownups, or "grups" as the kids called them.

      The kids in the Star Trek episode listened to reason, and cooperated with the away team in the end.

      These feral "children" have no such capacity for constructive thought. All they know is "want! want! want!" and "take! take! take!", and usually "kill whitey! kill whitey! kill whitey!"....

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    3. apparently the whole thing started when some of them played "the knock out game" where they run up behind people on the street, knock them senseless, and leave them laying in the gutter. They pretty much crossed the line from being human to being animals.

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    4. That sounds like about the right time frame. The 13% has been raising feral children for quite some time now, but only recently have the ferals gotten old enough to be so brazen.

      I'm glad we're moving to a state that allows CCW. By Utah CCW is honored there, and it won't be too difficult to obtain my Colorado CCW once we're residents.

      And ALL of the family members out there are armed. One of the young ladies, a very beautiful young woman married to my daughter-in-law's brother, is a crack shot with a rifle and goes hunting for Elk every year.

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  6. I read an opinion that the 'creepy clown' are taken from the several 'PURGE' movie story lines. Many of the people taking action were dressed in 'clownish' make-up to hide their identity. That may or may not be the case. Sure is strange though.

    I have never heard so instances of foreign influence in American politics. Makes me wonder who's country is this - theirs or ours ? I guess we will find out on November 8.

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    1. Must be nice to be young and not have a job so you can spend all your time dressing up as Creepy Clown, and wandering around at night. Time well spent, no doubt...

      Hillary has taken millions in donations from foreigners, filtered through different U.S. "donors". I was watching the news this morning, and Fox said that even if Trump wins the popular vote, he can't win the election unless he gets New Hampshire, Georgia, and all the other states he has planned on. I don't understand that. New Hampshire has what, 4 electoral votes? And Georgia has never weighed heavily in the equation. So many Mexicans and Islamists have moved into Georgia that we are now a purple state instead of solid red. We tried twice in the last three years to prevent voter fraud by keeping illegals from voting, but the Justice Department (surprise, surprise) overturned our laws. Now any dimwit can register and vote. So the rural part of the state is solidly Trump and the Urban centers are solidly for "Handout Hillary." I haven't seen a Hillary yard sign in my whole county. I did see a car at the grocery store with a bumper sticker for her. I thought somebody might key the car, all the way down the side, but I remembered just in time the parking lot has security cameras......

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  7. The problem is not enough hand to ass combat by parents these days. Not in my family. We would get kudos for how our 5 kids act in public. Same with my grandson. He is learning fast between right and better not do that again.

    At this point in the election does anything, that is posted about the Clinton's surprise anyone?? I guess not enough of Georges money was spent in the right place, CYBER SECURITY...Remember "What happens in Vegas stays in emails to be hacked later....."

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    1. At least this thing in Philadelphia was in Philadelphia. They've always been sanctimonious about racial problems, now they can enjoy some of their own.

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  8. I transport a high school kid in the morning. We have a twenty minute drive. Kids in Eaton Rapids, Michigan still read Lord of the Flies.

    I agree, it is a good book to read especially in light of current events. So far we have Piggy identified as the conscience or as the press. One thing I have been able to do is to sketch out some background of what were recent events when the book was written. Specifically, how Hitler and Stalin silenced the independent press.

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    1. I always felt like Piggy deserved what he got for being such a wimp. But I have mellowed with old age. The thing that sticks in my mind the most is "Kill the Pig! Drink his blood!" I'm waiting for BLM to pick that up as their slogan, but it might not happen as I doubt too many of them can read.

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  9. I retired a year and a half ago from a rural Oregon school system that still included Lord of the Flies in the curriculum. FYI.

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    1. If you could make it through 20 years of teaching, you're a better person than I am. Three years of it soured me on the profession. Rural Oregon still seems to be more traditional. I know Eastern Oregon in the high desert is really nice and has good people there.

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  10. Despite wiki leaks and all the other evidence that has shown Clinton Corruption for what it is the "people" still seem to have no issue with her as a Presidential candidate. What is it with that?
    Blame Russia does not work for anyone with a brain!

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    1. This morning there was a news segment on the impact of the new FBI investigation of Clinton. The guest on the show said it won't have any real effect, because the people voting for her already knew she and her husband were crooks, but they don't care because they think Hillary will continue the social engineering of Barack Hussein, and they see that as a good thing. More entitlements, more immigrants.....

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  11. It's always the end times for someone. Doesn't mean you have to go down with them.

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    1. Until it really is the End Times. Or Ragnarok for us pagans. Then the show's over. Every trolley gets to the end of the line at some point.

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