1. It’s too distressing to run the sheer gall of these Islamists who have taken over in Minnesota:

2. Ladies and gentlemen, I have to do a balancing act.
Because of not wonderful health and constrained time due to the boat – two of us are working on the project today – blogging will suffer to the tune of two posts a day, making four all up at 6, 10, 2 and 6, at least for the foreseeable.

I also thank the kind souls who wished me well – best description is that in the first line – a balancing act. You have them too so no big deal.

3. Satire is not dead in Britain, unlike the victims:

4. Another day in Londonistan, another stabbing.

5. Well of course, what did anyone expect – something else?

6. Not even an issue – she can be reeled in wherever and whenever they wish – Andy might be a bit different if they are actually lizards. Must check with David Icke:

7. Poor Cathy:

[H/T Chuckles and haiku]

10 comments for “Friday

  1. Lord T
    August 16, 2019 at 12:42

    Who cares if the give their oath on the koran rather than a bible. It is after all an oath and is meant to show that they will follow their oath or be punished by their deity.

    Unfortunately, bible or koran, these deity’s don’t seem to be doing their side of the agreement.

    • August 16, 2019 at 13:35

      Bollox – Europe has a Christian heritage, not a Muslim and so does America.

      • dearieme
        August 16, 2019 at 13:56

        On that argument wouldn’t it be more authentic for Europeans to swear on a runic inscription about Odin or an ancient Celtic inscription about whichever figment of the imagination they worshipped?

        • August 16, 2019 at 14:04

          How predictable, when both know full well what it’s about and why you’re even allowed to make comment still in this country … but not for long.

  2. dearieme
    August 16, 2019 at 13:52

    If it’s a Real Koran it’s in Classical Arabic. How many of the buggers can read it?

    (Though that does overlook the theory that much of it is in misunderstood Syriac.)

  3. August 16, 2019 at 14:02

    Good point.

  4. August 17, 2019 at 02:35

    Civil war isn’t coming. It’s not going to happen. The military and the police, and the secret police (MI5, FBI, etc), are absolutely and fanatically loyal to the current globalist/Social Justice establishment. They have means of surveillance and social control at their disposal that no previous totalitarian regime could ever have imagined. Any kind of insurrection would be crushed in a couple of hours.

    The current globalist/Social Justice establishment has the entire media solidly behind them. Including social media. They could shut down every dissident website in ten minutes if they felt they needed to.

    The level of support among ordinary people for fantasies about civil war, insurrection, patriotic uprisings, etc, is close to zero. Lots of ordinary people are unhappy with the present situation but they are absolutely not going to support anyone trying to put such fantasies into practice. If any such insurrection seemed remotely likely ordinary people would be told that it was a plot by evil racist Nazis backed by the evil Russians and most ordinary people would believe it.

    The people on the right pushing the idea of insurrection are either seriously deluded or they’re FBI or MI5 informers.

    It ain’t gonna happen and to give the idea any credibility is seriously counter-productive.

  5. August 17, 2019 at 03:19

    The swearing-ins in Classic City get even nuttier.

    Parker—who was sworn in earlier than the rest because she won a special election to replace Harry Sims, who resigned to run for mayor—was briefly a right-wing target after she raised a clenched fist with her other hand on a copy of The Autobiography of Malcolm X. She started a trend: Denson chose to be sworn in on Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter From a Birmingham Jail, while Link chose Unbought and Unbossed by Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to Congress and the first African American to run for president, and her grandmother’s copy of Rachel Carson’s 1962 environmental expose Silent Spring.

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