Down the Rabbit Hole.
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Oh please I'm laughing so hard I can't stand it.......seriously I can't stop laughing. If you want ISIS to succeed put the UN in charge or Obama.
Well, both the U.N. and Obama believe in a lot of talking and not much doing, so I doubt ISIS or anybody else is much worried about them. They just remember Rwanda and chuckle.
I haven't seen you post this much political stuff in awhile...not bad!I don't know why the US doesn't have the nerve to kick the UN off of our soil. Nothing but a bunch of corrupt, Marxist, foreign spies...and we are funding these bast***s? They vote us down nearly every time. What really takes the cake is that we have terrorist states like Pakistan on the UN human rights panel? hahaha! Oh and I guess Israel doesn't have a right to defend itself? OK...I'll step down off the soapbox now. --Troy
Troy, it irks me no end as well. Particularly things like you mentioned, where they put Pakistanis and Iranians on the "Human Rights" Panel. What a bad joke on the world that is. But we still trot down there and pay up so they can live in luxury and inhabit their pretend world.You can use the bully pulpit here anytime you like.I think I'm getting more frustrated than usual with all the fiddling in D.C. while "Rome" burns, and that's probably making me think about some of these posts.
Hey Harry,(captaincrunch)When everything falls apart, so will the U.N.I may have mentioned this before, but after much thought I have come to the conclusion that when a form of government takes control or asserts more control, the opposite occurs and more chaos is created.Humans can not be corralled, contained, or controlled. There is natural built in tendency to 'rebel' in one manner or another.I can site examples throughout history and examples of what I have seen in my own life.The U.N. or whatever other government organization there is for that matter will eventually crumble under its own weight, disorganization and corruption. The human tendency to do "whatever you want" will always prevail over rules and regulations.Humans will follow laws and rules that they want to follow. Basic common sense rules and laws like 'speed limits on side streets in residential area's' most people will follow, however speed limits on highways and interstates are broken most of the time.I am not a anarchist, nor do I promote anarchy. However the founders of this country figured out that the less government creates a more stable society and throwing most of the local law making to the states (10th Amendment) also lends to a more stable society.That brings us back to the U.N. The U.N. by its very definition has is attempted to create a form of global control through the guise of "climate change' to alter economies and circumvent the soverign laws of countries.This too will fall apart. Human nature will again triumph over any form of 'non representative government' Revolutions, coups and chaos will take place. Leaders of nations will be shot, hung upside down with piano wire and have their bodies desecrated by unhappy mobs of downtrodden citizens.Then a new leader will be appointed (or appoint himself) and the whole bloody mess will start up all over again.Welcome to the human race.On a side note,I found this on Western Rifle Shooters association;'s blog,http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-05/16-stunning-quotes-global-health-officials-ebola-epidemicThey are losing containment of ebola in Africa. (I'm starting to lose that 'warm fuzzy feeling' now)
CC, there are some great minds among the scientific community and academia who agree with you. Some years back, The New Scientist published an article called something like "Civilizations Must Decline and Fall" and their logic mirrored yours almost exactly.The Ebola thing has been interesting. First, it was "oh, don't worry, it's almost impossible to catch Ebola." This in the face of it's spreading like wild fire. Now I am seeing people on the news shows saying it is out of control and will soon be a world wide problem. Somebody needs to agree on a party line.
Harry, I am so glad we have become blogger friends because you expand my mind and have me go to places far right of where I usually live. So let's talk about dogs. I am so glad you are there for the ones that get dumped. All of our dogs, except Samson and Faith, have been unwanted or lost ones that found us or we them.
Inger, that's kind of you to say. I enjoy talking politics although I have to try to restrain myself to some extent because I bore everybody! ;- )I have always had good dogs. Some of them just come up the mountain trail, needing a home. Some , people have called me and said there was a stray hanging around their house and did I want them before they called animal control. I always go get them. I have a good sized piece of land, no neighbors, and all the animals get along. All of my ferrets are cast off's, and they have been worth their weight in gold to me. I get them from rescues as far as away as South Florida and Cleveland, Ohio. Samson is a beautiful dog, and I have very much enjoyed the pictures of little Faith.I like the pictures on your blog. You do a fantastic job with your camera, and you live in exactly the kind of terrain I wish I did. You have such good views. Here, the forest is so dense, and dark, that I have to walk up the mountain to a "bald" to get a good all round view.
This is so true!
It is, and the real wonder is that even the Democrats still tout participation. It just gives the Third World a shooting gallery to use in blaming America for all their ills. The U.N. Peace Keeping Forces are a study in failure, and they squander millions every year through stupidity, corruption and outright incompetence. They hire people based on race and nationality rather than skills. As a business the U.N. wouldn't last a week.