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75 Thousand Muslims to be integrated to the US

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:53 on January 27, 2015  

They start these wars and cause these refugee situations. Guess the tax payer will be stuck with the bill too.

This is unbelievable even UN pushing for 75 thousand Muslims but not Christians in greatest danger and least security risk to come to America. Both here and Canada where at least Vanada is trying to get the Christians out are suffering a back lash from UN.
Time for citizens to say screw the UN and speak out.

treefrog, 19:44 (the year the war changed) maybe get the 404 artiste to put up a 2 engined 767…

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:21 on January 27, 2015  

I know, big raspberry but I’m a stickler for accuracy when 600 some odd peeps give up their lives for the deep state false flags of MH 370 and MH17.

War crimes, what war crimes?

Moggy, 21:13, again in my Cliff Claven dialect, Turkish cats frequent the Greek border passing gas

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:09 on January 27, 2015  

Rod Stewart even wrote a song about their kittens…

Gata say goldie, that was yer best passer-on-er yet

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:03 on January 27, 2015  

You probably shouldn’t bait Flag and scruffy.

Seniors and parking tickets.

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:45 on January 27, 2015  

My wife and I went into town and visited a shop. When we came out, there was a cop writing out a parking ticket.. We went up to him and I said, “come on man, how about giving a senior citizen a break?”
He ignored us and continued writing the ticket. I called him an “rathole.” He glared at me and started writing another ticket for having worn-out tires.
So Shirley (my wife) called him a “butthead.” He finished the second ticket and put it on the windshield with the first. Then he started writing more tickets. This went on for about 20 minutes.
The more we abused him, the more tickets he wrote.
He finally finished, sneered at us and walked away.
Just then our bus arrived, and we got on it and went home. We always look for cars with Obama 2012 stickers. We try to have a little fun each day now that we’re retired. Its so important at our age!!

Ipso facto

Posted by margaret @ 22:29 on January 27, 2015  

When I find one I’ll send him over to you. I believe they’re quite popular where you are.


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:41 on January 27, 2015  

Turkish Angoras are pure white mostly, and long hair bushy tail. They like water too. Very expensive. My son was at work in a store, near a wealthy area, took out the garbage, and the kitten started “talking” to him from the bushes, so he brought it home. If you ever had one, you would want another.

I at first didn’t want the cat. But it looked up at me and I could sense it was saying or thinking…”I’m in trouble, please help me”. I felt like the cat was talking to me, so I let my son keep it. It ended up being my cat. She was a great cat. She passed on after 12 years. The following Christmas my son surprised us with a new kitten. He told us it was very hard to find a breeder.


One of the most outgoing and affectionate of all cat breeds, the rare and beautiful Turkish Angora has a fascinating history and is considered a national treasure in its native land. Many Turkish Angora owners in the United Stated consider their cats a treasure as well!

Turks are not only intelligent, but extremely adaptable, loving and playful, which makes them an excellent choice for families with young children, and lively companions for senior adults. They readily accept dogs and other animals, but their assertive natures often make them the “alpha” pet in the household.

Elegant, finely-boned creatures, Turkish Angoras are graceful, energetic and usually the first to welcome visitors into your home. It is also not unusual for a pet Turk to act as the “host” at a party or other gathering, inspecting and interacting with every guest. It is no wonder that they are often considered “dog-like!”


Mr. Copper @ 16:31

Posted by Moggy @ 21:13 on January 27, 2015  

Glad to hear that you like cats.  I’ve never heard of a Turkish cat.  Most cats are intelligent (can’t say that for most people) but as far as I’ve seen, Siamese are the most intelligent, that’s why they were used as Temple cats in ancient Egypt.  My Mr. Puppy had Siamese blood (his daddy…his mother had Persian blood…black and long hair.  Here’s a pic of Mr. Puppy:

June and July 2013 #1 session 030

Pleasant Surprises On Deck For Gold Miners Outside U.S. On Exchange Swings – Rob McEwen

Posted by ipso facto @ 20:52 on January 27, 2015  



Posted by ipso facto @ 20:51 on January 27, 2015  

Thank you.

Margaret please be on the lookout for any oligarchs in your neighborhood. :mrgreen:


Posted by margaret @ 20:04 on January 27, 2015  

You’re also good looking. That’s a bonus. I see  you keep chickens. It gets better and better. Except over here we call them Kiwis.


Posted by ipso facto @ 19:55 on January 27, 2015  


Well I’m 100% Maori so that would be yes on both counts. I agree on the need for secrecy. We wouldn’t want any riff raff to get in! :mrgreen:

Posted by treefrog @ 19:44 on January 27, 2015  


Maya @ 16:31

Posted by goldcountry @ 19:15 on January 27, 2015  

MMS is completely tolerable if you use Humble’s protocol 1000+
Basically, you add the same number of DMSO drops to the mix after you’ve activated the MMS, then wait three minutes and drink. Doesn’t taste anywhere near as bad, and works great. No shuddering required (and I know whereof you speak).

ipso facto 9.43

Posted by margaret @ 19:03 on January 27, 2015  

It depends on how good looking you are. And how intelligent.

You must keep the plan secret. If too many want to come it will be disastrous. We have four and a half million people here already, all very good looking and extremely  intelligent. Don’t want to upset the gene pool.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:33 on January 27, 2015  

Pussy perspective, so who were you intending to insult? Is that another form of weak a perspective? Messing with you but you should use another less ” barbaric” world like de masculine perspective. That is if being more masculine doesn’t revolve around seeing woman as weak or not using your head over say physical forms of communication when not necessary type perspective.


Posted by treefrog @ 17:56 on January 27, 2015  

“investigation into The Pilgrims Society is a truly desperate need; more so than a Federal Reserve  or Fort Knox …”

do you think there is as much difference between the pilgrims and the fed as there is between a gmc and a chevvy?


Posted by goldielocks @ 17:42 on January 27, 2015  

If you have land where your at try growing as much fruits and vegetables as you can in the summer. These days in summer people don’t want to cook so much in hot weather months or take advantage of the fresh produce as they should now because of prices and busy schedule. Your blood cells live for about three months and white cells even less days produced in the marrow of your bones. Then comes winter and eating even less fresh produce and calcium for bones although cooking vs processed foods might come into play by Jan Feb or before  your new blood may not be as heathy as before and your immune system. By spring can be even worse depending on location and available foods vs processed and here comes the viruses. Also exercising goes down where winter starts on. So you have no exercising no built up immune system from fresh produce and home cooking of summer months and some places beer comes to play or other drinks that lower immune system when not much to do locked down for winter. It’s important with all the processed foods to eat healthier in summer and winter months and lay off too many holiday sweets and continue to find away to exercise in some manner of you can.

moggy @16:09

Posted by commish @ 17:26 on January 27, 2015  


Scruffy @ 17:03 _ they certainly don’t mince words!

Posted by Auandag @ 17:25 on January 27, 2015  
Another globalist similar to Kissinger is Zbigniew Brzezinski, a CFR member ID’d also as a Pilgrims
In “Between Two Ages” (1976) Brzezinski stated that he and his pals regard traditional values as garbage
and admitted to being control freaks—
“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society
would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert
almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing
even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous
retrieval by the authorities.

We are all just a data cluster. 2 min clip.

Posted by commish @ 17:23 on January 27, 2015  


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 16:31 on January 27, 2015  

I’m sorry. I didn’t realize I was insulting cats, or would not have said that. I also like cats. Every time I see an amusing cat photo posted, (possibly from you?) I forward the photo to my cousin Linda who also loves cats.

The smartest cats out there in my experience are the white Turkish Angoras. Very easy to teach, and they greet you at the door and roll on their backs like a dog. They look you in the eye and pay attention. We had two of them about 12 years apart.

I taught them to SIT, and give me the Paw. Very funny to see a cat do that. My cousin was astounded when I showed her.

Flu & MMS

Posted by Maya @ 16:31 on January 27, 2015  

I hate winters.  Despite taking recommended doses of Vitamin D3, the Flu usually makes it’s rounds in the cold hinterlands in Jan. or Feb.  Yesterday it was a dry cough.  Last night it progressed to chills and body aches.  After it was unbearably apparent I would not sleep, I got up at 2 am and took a 5-drop dosage of {SHUDDER!}   MMS.  Managed to keep it down and sipped water for a couple hours before daring to lay down again.    Called in sick.

The throat is better, and the aches have subsided, but I still feel like I have been through a meat grinder.  Lots of Vitamin C today, but later tonight I believe I will have to take another dose of {SHUDDER!}….  ‘that stuff’.   Just to be sure.

It’s brutal… but it works!

probably not messing around

Posted by eeos @ 16:14 on January 27, 2015  

it’s best to stay out of what we don’t know/understand in far away lands

@ Mr. Copper

Posted by Moggy @ 16:09 on January 27, 2015  

Cat sticking tongue out

On behalf of six beautiful now departed kitty cats, I object to this:



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