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Monday, May 30, 2016

The Post-Americans

Do tell us again how more American than American these immigrants are:


And yet, they somehow always seem to find the time to "honor" obscure third-world trivialities of whom few have ever heard and about whom even less care. Strange, how that works.

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Anonymous BGKB May 30, 2016 12:42 PM  

Could be worse, they might be suppressing the story of how latino gangs graffiti veterans memorials over the weekend.

OT:Who knew that trannys in girls bathrooms were part of Obamacare? Pelosi said we have to pass it to know what was in it. Also man sues for paid breast implants.
http://www.bna.com/courts-begin-address-b57982072737/

"The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission posted a fact sheet on its website stating that federal employment discrimination law prohibits employers from restricting transgender workers' access to common workplace restrooms. Citing agency administrative rulings in 2012 and 2015, the EEOC said sex discrimination under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act includes discrimination based on gender identity. Conflicting state law isn't a defense under Title VII, the agency said."

"Two days before the ACA nondiscrimination rule was released, the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota addressed the issue in Tovar v. Essentia Health, 2016 BL 150504, D. Minn., No. 0:16-cv-00100-RHK-LIB, 5/11/16, barring a woman seeking coverage for her teenage son's gender reassignment surgery from asserting federal and state sex discrimination claims against her employer. (See related story, Gender Reassignment Coverage Dispute Dismissed.)

The Department of Health and Human Services subsequently released on May 13 a final rule implementing an ACA provision that, among other things, bans denial of health care or health coverage based on an individual's sex, including discrimination based on pregnancy, gender identity and sex stereotyping. Section 1557 of the ACA prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in certain health programs and activities. The rule takes effect on July 18"

"Michelle Phillips, of the White Plains office of Jackson Lewis, told BNA May 19 that with the ACA, insurance companies fell into line and started changing their policies, and the self-insured plans followed suit. Insurers have to get their plans approved by their state agencies, and are aware of the great penalties they can face for non-compliance.

Phillips said we are at a tipping point. While less than half the states have legislation protecting transgender individuals, there is a movement on the part of President Obama and several federal agencies to expand protection within the LGBT community. The EEOC has brought two cases in federal court in jurisdictions where gender identity was not protected on a state level. We will see more of these cases over time, Phillips said. All of this is happening at a time where gender identity and sexual orientation are not covered on a federal level, she added. "

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 May 30, 2016 12:43 PM  

It was more amusing with what they did with Easter last year. They couldn't even get Cesar Chavez's picture right.

Blogger SamuraiJack May 30, 2016 12:46 PM  

well they are globalist trash

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 12:49 PM  

Happy Memorial Day Vox!!!

My angry American host! Let Google and their uselessness be, let's hear Veteran stories from the Ilk!

Now, I think I might have a reason why they are not commemorating Memorial Day. It is not an International date, or something of World importance.

Of course you could argue that is bollocks. But I think that is why they are doing... I mean not doing it.

Or maybe it is offensive to honor them.

Blogger Josh May 30, 2016 12:54 PM  

Happy Dead Yankee Day Y'all

Blogger Noah B May 30, 2016 12:59 PM  

Why is anyone still using Google? Duckduckgo and Ixquick FTW.

Blogger Nathan Wright May 30, 2016 1:00 PM  

Culture is transmitted mostly by blood. I care about American history because it's where I came from, and because I love my parents and grandparents, and want to honor and preserve the things they worked for.

The left pretends not to understand any of this because they can't state their true intention, which is destruction of our culture and heritage.

Blogger Kristophr May 30, 2016 1:05 PM  

You never honour the enemy dead, dontcha know?

Anonymous Gen. Kong May 30, 2016 1:05 PM  

As for the tranny-in-bathroom business mandated by Obamacare (good catch BGKB), any judge actually enforcing this could theoretically be impeached and removed from office if an actual opposition party were in control of congress. Of course, Obamacare itself could have been defunded if there were something other than a bogus opposition party. Even if Trump is the real deal, keep in mind that the enemy controls the entire blackrobe profession, the military, the bureaucracy and nearly all 535 members of congress - both the D and the R squads. Despite the delegate count, there is still some talk about a brokered convention. We've only begun to fight, in other words.

Blogger Noah B May 30, 2016 1:07 PM  

A serious opposition party, not possessing the votes for impeachment and conviction, could have defunded the White House and its security protections.

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 1:08 PM  

O_O'

Did you post this in the right place Nathan?

Well your culture is agressive u_ū! Only marxism can claim to be awesome! Or something... Sort of... Like that.

But what you call blood is actually tradition man. Look at me, so close to Portuguese, 2 great grandparents are portuguese yet I know nothing about Portugal from my family.

Anonymous Godfrey May 30, 2016 1:09 PM  

Google?... I haven't directly used Google for years. I use startpage.com. If I didn't see this post I would have never known.

Resistance is victory.

Blogger Lost Pilgrim May 30, 2016 1:10 PM  

I guess honoring the fallen and patriotism are 'evil'. Don't be evil google. Google is going to be synonymous with evil soon.

Anonymous Soviet of Washington May 30, 2016 1:15 PM  

Here's a good Memorial Day read for Eduardo (from the Washington Post no less):
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/americans-gave-their-lives-to-defeat-the-nazis-the-dutch-have-never-forgotten/2015/05/24/92dddab4-fa79-11e4-9ef4-1bb7ce3b3fb7_story.html?tid=sm_fb

Blogger YIH May 30, 2016 1:18 PM  

I clicked 'save as' then 'properties', here's the stats:
42 x 42 pix, png, size 1409 bytes.

Blogger Nathan Wright May 30, 2016 1:19 PM  

Eduardo, it sounds like your case proves my point. You're 1/4 Portuguese, which side of the family immigrated 4 generations ago at a time when assimilation was pushed much more than today. And you *still* somewhat identify as Portuguese.

I'm not blaming you, but extrapolate your case to today's immigrants. They have zero connection to the historic America, and likely never will.

Anonymous bw May 30, 2016 1:21 PM  

CIA seed money.

"About a third of the whole CIA budget went to media propaganda operations. ...We're talking about hundreds of millions of dollars a year just for that..... close to a billion dollars are being spent every year by the United States on secret propaganda"

-- Testimony of Mr. William Schaap, attorney, military and intelligence specialization, co-publisher Covert Action Quarterly, on the role of the U.S. Government in the assassination of Martin Luther King MLK Conspiracy Trial Transcript - Volume 9 November 30, 1999.

Blogger Cataline Sergius May 30, 2016 1:21 PM  

My favorite was the time they did Cesar Chavez on Easter. Complete with that ridiculous Chavez as Brown Jesus picture they published.

Anonymous Jack Amok May 30, 2016 1:26 PM  

Microsoft has it's problems, but at least Bing is showing a picture of the Tomb of the Unknowns on it's page today.

Blogger YIH May 30, 2016 1:27 PM  

BGKB:
Could be worse, they might be suppressing the story of how latino gangs graffiti veterans memorials over the weekend.
Why do I call them ''Africans IN America''? Here's an example.

Anonymous Takin' a Look May 30, 2016 1:31 PM  

@ BGKB

Speaking of trannies, I'm no longer laughing at the joan rivers tinfoil hattery. Michelle obama is a man. I don't care if I sound like a moonbat, wth is flopping around in her pants?!?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=PvAxiHEezeM

Blogger The Reactionary May 30, 2016 1:33 PM  

Because it's not "Google" it's "Joogle".

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 1:36 PM  

Thanks Soviet! This actually reminds of European children singing one of the songs from Brazilian troops that were serving with the US. Funny thing is that we absolutely forgot about our troops in WWII, but people from a foreign country didn't. It is really shameful when you think about it.

Hate reading stuff like this... Makes me cry T_T, damn I'm a wimp.

Well if anything these dutch people are awesome, God bless them and their own. And God rest the soul of those who died in the war.

Thanks again soviet these stories are important... It reminds us that humans can go above and beyond.

Anonymous LastRedoubt May 30, 2016 1:39 PM  

A few weeks back they celebrated Yuri Kochiyama's 95th birthday.

They'll create a doodle for an american-hating admirer of mass murders, admirer of Mao, and supporter of the Shining Path, but do more than a tiny icon (not even linked) for Memorial Day under the search area?

Granted in prior years, even THAT tiny bit of recognition wasn't on the page....

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 1:49 PM  

Well Nathan, you got a point, since the Mexicans, Central Americans, Arabs and True Africans that are coming to the US have nothing to do with the USA or England.

But yeah, there is no way to deny that I am closer to the European culture, many people here are.

Blogger Lovekraft May 30, 2016 1:54 PM  

All designed to crush the spirit of the western man.

Anonymous Steve May 30, 2016 1:55 PM  

I'm sure tomorrow they'll have an elaborate doodle devoted to some fat black woman who invented Lesbian Dorito Night, or something.

Blogger YIH May 30, 2016 1:55 PM  

Takin' a Look wrote:@ BGKB

Speaking of trannies, I'm no longer laughing at the joan rivers tinfoil hattery. Michelle obama is a man. I don't care if I sound like a moonbat, wth is flopping around in her pants?!?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=PvAxiHEezeM

Old stuff, and Barak is the 'bottom' for *ahem* 'her'. They probably got the niglets the same way most clebs did, bought 'em.

Blogger TheLiberatorOfBados May 30, 2016 2:03 PM  

#4
I was never in the military but I've had family and friends that have served, and they've usually told some amusing stories.

My stepfather's father served in the 3rd Division in WW2, from the African Theater to the first wave of Normandy, survived having a house blow up from on top of him, and was at Ardennes Forest at the Battle of the Bulge. Was a sniper. Didn't know any of that until have he'd passed away a few years ago, really nice guy.

My father and two uncles were in Vietnam. A good friend of mine from high school was a Marine in the second Gulf War and has told some interesting, sobering, and funny stories about it. His friend was a Marine that did four tours in Vietnam, very interesting and entertaining guy, and also has enough guns to make Burt Gummer do a double-take.

I had a good friend of mine pass away back in March who was in the Korean War, God rest his soul. Funny as hell and managed to get by on his own with just the use of one arm right up until he passed away. He had a brother die in WW2 at a famous battle over a bridge, and another brother died trying to smuggle people from East Germany. Tough son of a bitch. They don't make them like him any more.

Anonymous Ronnie May 30, 2016 3:08 PM  

Blatant. At least we know where they stand.

Any negro day or Jew day, they have "cute" little images.

I really hope Trump wins and inflicts pain upon these internet companies.

Anonymous Keener May 30, 2016 3:24 PM  

Josh:
Happy Dead Yankee Day! Laughing all over my keyboard!

Veteran stories from ilk; Not an ilk nor a veteran but here's one from my Dad, who was at Iwo Jim on board a destroyer escort. They were pounding the island with everything they had from every ship they had to soften it up for the Marines.

My Dad's battle station was on one of the guns higher up and a kamikaze came down on them but missed them, he said, But pieces of flaming debris were falling all around him and the rest of the gun crew. He turned to run ("I was hunting for cover any bigger than a New Testament")when his Mae West caught on a projection of some kind. He said his first thought was "A Jap's got me!" and he was so terrified he couldn't move.

He was later given some kind of commendation medal for staying at his post in the midst of falling burning debris. I am sure there's a special medal for just that. He said he never told them his Mae West was hung up.

But then, he made all his war stories funny. When he talked with his veteran friends I know it was different. But us kids weren't allowed in on those conversations.

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 3:34 PM  

Liberator

First guy is freaking immortal!!!!

Wow, pretty much all the wars after WWII that the USA has been in. Mannn you must have lived near a base or something! Now Vietnam is tough, I remember back when I was younger, 19 I think, the guy told me his dad was a POW in Vietnam. Got me by surprise must say because he wasn't much older then me. It is a shame your friend passed away, but I guess he lived a good live which is more than you can say about a lot of Vietnam Vets. Now FOUR FREAKING Tours is just too much, man these Marines are ready to eat their guts and ask for seconds!

Admit it, you left the Marines after the Sergeant told you to get on your knees and choke yourself.

Btw... Niiiiice Tremors reference there ;-)

Blogger Sheila4g May 30, 2016 3:36 PM  

OT: (((Brett Stephens))) of the Wall Street Journal tells Fareed Zakharia that "It’s important that Donald Trump and what he represents — this kind of ethnic quote, ‘conservatism,’ or populism be so decisively rebuked that the Republican Party, the Republican voters will forever learn their lesson that they cannot nominate a man so manifestly unqualified to be president in any way, shape or form. So they have to learn a lesson . . . "

From Wikipedia (yes, I know): "His parents were both secular Jews. His paternal grandfather had changed the family surname from Ehrlich to Stephens (after poet James Stephens)."

Blogger The Hammer May 30, 2016 3:43 PM  

OT: Who can add these people to the SJW list?

"We the undersigned want the parents to be held accountable for the lack of supervision and negligence that caused Harambe to lose his life. We the undersigned feel the child's safety is paramount in this situation. We believe that this negligence may be reflective of the child's home situation. We the undersigned actively encourage an investigation of the child's home environment in the interests of protecting the child and his siblings from further incidents of parental negligence that may result in serious bodily harm or even death."
https://www.change.org/p/cincinnati-zoo-justice-for-harambe

"To ensure this never happens again, we would like to enact Harambe's Law, that if at anytime this shall occur, the negligent party and or party's be held financially and criminally responsible for any harm and or loss to an animal, specifically when said animal is Critically Endangered."
-https://www.change.org/p/denise-driehaus-support-harambe-s-law-for-the-gorilla-killed-in-cincinnati

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 3:49 PM  

Keener

Hey man your Dad probably hid the part where the Zero fell over his head but he was so petrified he didn't even budge. You gotta give a medal to someone like that no matter what u____u

Iwo Jima was fucked though.... Mannn I reaaallly didn't want to be those Marines. Speaking of Kamikaze, I remember a news story about a Japanese guy that came to live here in Brazil because he was ashamed for not being able to throw his Zero at the (forgot the name of the carrier) in the Battle of Midway.

Your dad served any where else or that was enough for a life time?

Seriously those Japanese are insane...

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 3:57 PM  

Oh yeah now I remember use to play Battlefield 4 with a guy that served in the Iraq War, navy guy. Said that they kept taking shots from the Land. Really nice guy, very funny and calm.

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 4:07 PM  

Not really a Vet story but somewhat interesting...

Me and Pops were watchig the Indy 500 (Congrats Rossi... Lucky dude) and the American National Anthem was playing, we sang along because we both think it is awesome XD! 4 F/A-18's made the pass through in the end, which I commented that they should just use the F-14's so my dad commented that back when he was on the Prep School to go to the Military Academy, a friend of his was the son of an American. After prep school this guy went to the US, joined the Navy and flew the Tomcat. #Envy

Have no idea if he saw action, my Dad didn't say it, but it is likely since he was a career officer. He is Reserve these days just like Pops.

OpenID randkoch May 30, 2016 4:21 PM  

Jack Amok wrote:Microsoft has it's problems, but at least Bing is showing a picture of the Tomb of the Unknowns on it's page today.

This is precisely why I've switched to Bing years ago.

Blogger Matamoros May 30, 2016 4:42 PM  

@5. Josh "Happy Dead Yankee Day Y'all"

Actually the original Memorial Day was to recognize our brave Confederate dead in 1866.

The current Memorial Day is a Yankee "me too" observance from 1868.

"According to General Logan's wife, he emulated the practices of Confederate Memorial Day. She wrote that Logan "said it was not too late for the Union men of the nation to follow the example of the people of the South in perpetuating the memory of their friends who had died for the cause they thought just and right.""

Anonymous Ronnie May 30, 2016 4:50 PM  

#37

My father was no so fortunate to come out of combat unscathed, mentally. He was drafted and put in the first infantry in the late 60's. He came home and was cop, that didn't workout so he drove cab for decades.

Never was talked about much, he did tell me about LURPS he was attached with, but never specifics. We got drunk one day and he had a very clear way of explaining to me what it was like when people really want to kill you.

My uncle on the other hand was in a very elite group, he had no qualms about it. He was shot in the face while sitting atop an APC, just random sniper fire. Blew his teeth out and he still rocks a nasty scar across his cheek.

My nephew did four tours in Iraq. I don't need to go into what he went through. But, I do agree, the combat vets in my family are all very calm people. Not sure how I would deal with it. I actually respect the way they go on like in a normal way more than their service.

They were all young at the time, and probably had no idea what was in store. The way they can just remain human after visiting hell, is very telling to their character.

Blogger TheLiberatorOfBados May 30, 2016 4:50 PM  

Eduardo

I live in Tennessee, up in Appalachia. LOT of a war vets either from here or move here or just seemingly wind up here. I used to work in a nursing home and that's how I met the Korean War vet, had to go there for rehab for a stroke, lost all use of his extremities except for his right arm (and he was left handed), but he still managed to get back out on his own and get by after his deadbeat second wife left him after he had his stroke.

He was a machine gunner in Korea, didn't talk about it much, but he mentioned some things, like the Chinese/Koreans doping up before they charged them, and the bodies piling so high they needed to use a bulldozer to bury them all afterwards.

My father was in Vietnam....doing I have no idea what. I got conflicting stories from him (both sober and drunk) and his own siblings. He did tell a story of his platoon getting stoned and thinking they were surrounded by VC and shooting everything up around them...next morning there was dead tree monkeys everywhere.

I have one uncle that served in Vietnam and didn't know about it until a few years ago, and he's never talked about it. My other uncle was in the Navy during Vietnam and was stationed where the second phase SEAL training was done (I think in NC?). Said he saw a guy try to climb a pole to ring the bell to quit...only the pole was like ten feet tall and lubed up with axel grease....nobody ever managed to get reach the bell. He was law enforcement after that, he's retired today.

My friend that was in the Marines has told some stories about everywhere he'd been...including having to help clean up Katrina. That was probably the worst stuff he talked about because that's in your own backyard, so to speak, and it had definitely affected him. He still suffers some PTSD (especially when he drinks). He doesn't want anything to do with the VA and I don't blame him. I've been gunning up this year and he's been showing me stuff on shooting. We both have ARs now and he's a damn crack shot with it, with just iron sights. We're gonna go shooting again in the next day or two and practice up, hehe. Happy Memorial Day you all!

Blogger praetorian May 30, 2016 5:20 PM  

Meanwhile, my bank:

http://i.imgur.com/GK3cQrQ.png

Anonymous FP May 30, 2016 5:24 PM  

@21

I noticed early after the 08 election that the press would often refer to the first lady's strong arms. At the time it seemed odd, perhaps a way to say something nice about her looks. After the Joan Rivers thing though... made me wonder.

Blogger Earl May 30, 2016 5:42 PM  

I will tell a funny story a friend told me once.

He was working as Disbursing Officer in Iraq. He was in charge of paying all the Hadji contractors to work for the US. After so many contractors got whacked as soon as they left the wire, he realized that they had to use a giant bag for all cash disbursements to Hadjis, no matter how small the cash pile.

He had another problem with kids at the gate. Whenever the gates would open for traffic the kids would mob, right in the way. He was worried one would get run over. They would also steal anything not bolted down firmly enough. His solution was very creative. He hired a local Hadji to stand at the gate with a 5 foot stick. How he described the sight: Whenever the kids would mob up you would see him in the dusty melee of pint sized monsters, stick rhythmically, rapidly falling upon their heads, kids running and screaming.

Problem solved.

Blogger Salt May 30, 2016 6:12 PM  

A friend was in Nam. He got orders to drive supplies in a convoy to some location. Like many there, on the road he was stoned. Roads were bad, muddy, and soon he could not see out the windshield. So he stood on the running board, foot inside on the accelerator.

Hit a bump and was thrown from the transport which went off into a field. Okay, go get it which he did. What he didn't know was that field had been mined. When he later found out, he said he realized that getting that truck was the stupidist thing he'd ever done. Got a commendation or a medal or something.

Another friend did two tours in Nam. He and a buddy were going out, through the fence, for a little boom-boom in town. Ran into sappers sneaking towards the camp. They took them out with knives, hand to hand. He got a medal for that.

"What were you two doing outside the wire?"
"Thought we heard something, sir."

Anonymous Anonymous May 30, 2016 6:26 PM  

Duckduckgo.com

It works the same, it doesn't track you, and it doesn't support liberal causes.

Blogger Emmett Fitz-Hume May 30, 2016 6:26 PM  

My maternal grandfather was the Bombardier on both the Flying Fortress and Liberator, flying out of Britain. He had three shot from under him (Two B-17's and one B-24)And three times, my grandmother received official letters informing her that he was shot down and presumed dead. My uncle still has all three letters framed on his wall.

The last two times he was shot down, he made contact with the French Resistance. They helped smuggle him to the allies. My grandfather also *ahem* fathered three children by three different young French women who were Resistance partisans or sympathizers.

Until the day he died, he sent money overseas to all three of the women. Two of my uncles (Gramp had 9 legitimate children, my mother was the penultimate) have visited their half siblings in France. I can't wait to get the chance myself. We exchange cards and presents at the holidays and by all accounts, they are terrific people.

So, not exactly Memorial Day material, since he survived until 1997.

Anonymous Jeremiah May 30, 2016 6:32 PM  

https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/encounter-at-checkpoint-three-r-r-part-1.105699/

Blogger tz May 30, 2016 6:44 PM  

Or honoring an Osama bin Laden supporter.

Anonymous Ronnie May 30, 2016 6:44 PM  

@44
My nephew and I were roommates and good friends at the time of 911. We both showed up at the recruiters literally a day or two after. I was 25 he was 23.

Long story made short, in my teens I was sentenced to a prison term that messed up me getting in. I took the ASVAB and killed it. My nephew who was free and clear got in the Army. Became a cop, 1st Cav MP.

It was hard on me to watch him go through the movements and get ready for Iraq. We lived in a heavily Marine Corp area in San Diego at the time. I tried the Marines at least four times and they knew me. My criminal record was a source of convo (and laughs, I sold a shit load of drugs as a teen) and the recruiters were genuinely disturbed that I could not get a few of my charges waived. The recruiting office was near a grocery store, I always stopped in to ask. The Sgt. asked me how I racked up so many charges by my early 20's, and that he showed my record to others, in jest. They liked toughness and my will.

A year went by and my nephew was deployed to Iraq. We kind of kept in contact. Our wives more than us. I lived in a beats own apartment complex with tons of Marines who were going to Iraq and Afganistan. This was 02/03. They had their shit packed. Wives were stressed. Some thought it was a joke. This was pre serious shit for them.

My nephew was in a fucked place and he got sent back to Ft Hood for an outstanding warrant. Traffic ticket. He called me up. We spoke for awhile. I was beyond curious and asked how it was there. "Have you guys killed shit yet?"

In a very humorous tone he said," it's insane in the membrane, we are killing people". This was 04. Check points were piled with crashed vehicles with dead in them. All day. Military cops held choke holds outside of bases and literally wasted people in cars racing towards the check points. This was a daily for him and his guys. 240 Bravos mounted on hummer in bad, bad areas.

I moved and still kept in touch after. His deployments kept up with brief home stays in Texas. His wife was cheating. He was a killer. I got a call from him at like 3 in the morning my time and he was searching for his wife. "When I get eyes on her, she is dead" very manner of fact. I talked him down.

During his deployments I was almost talked in to taking a job with KBR. From what he told me it was two grand a week to follow around Iraqi custodians with a weapon was they tended the FOB. There was a suicide bombing in a mess hall that killed guys in a FOB, and rules changed. Two grand a week and a bonus for a full year. Not bad. He told me they had logistics guys whom organized helicopters that "sat in an office with AC all day making a quarter million a year".

My wife at the time was not ready for me to go there.

He visited me in 08'. I literally did not recognize him. He was different. This was my nephew and my roommate. We got drunk, I heard about killings, blown up people, he a "pack of photos" they passed around with Iraqis blown to bits.

I had to work the next day, I woke up at night to get some water, and he is crashed on my couch. I walked quietly in my own house. My son ran down the hallway and that led to when his convoy had a kid that threw a grenade at his hummer. 50 cal. "What happens when a 50 hits, dude". It comes off, wherever it hits, with a grin on his face.

Blogger tz May 30, 2016 6:49 PM  

Turkey's leader wants eggs fertilized

As Vizzini would say "Inconceivable!"

In a speech broadcast live on TV, he said "no Muslim family" should consider birth control or family planning.

"We will multiply our descendants," said Mr Erdogan, who became president in August 2014 after serving as prime minister for 12 years.


By their fruitfulness you will know them.

Anonymous Ronnie May 30, 2016 6:50 PM  

Excuse my typos. Just read it an cringed.

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 6:55 PM  

Earl

Well a 5 foot stick is always an equalizer XD!
Well going after kids is always funny, their have endless energy and a sense of adventure... They are also easy to become criminals n_ñ'

Now, the contractors definately needed to be paid in a secret area! You know like an invisible stryker or a bunker under the sea heheheheh

Funny how even a bureaucratic job has its ... Weird problems.

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Ronnie

Well, war always takes a huge mental tow no matter what you do. Especially when you are not voluntarily doing the combat, then it is even harder. Your dad is psychologicaly tough, many men from the Wars came home but never left the battlefield.

Now in sincerity... Your dad talking about people really wanting to kill you, seems like a scary thing. Sounds like he can easily create in your head his feelings. Or maybe I am just a scaredy-cat.

Your uncle was probably on top of those M113's. The gunner never had much protection back in the day, but just the fact that he was maning that position... Wow, your uncle must sweat testosterone.

Your nephew is pretty tough. Most people would be done in a single tour and would give up the military. Well certain people are just really calm, really rational and collected. Certain people just break up easily, when I was in the Military Academy before I dropped out, saw a guy snap. Wasn't bad, but he was obviously out of himself; it was just training imagine if it was the real deal. Your family is more resilient with adversity, which is good, a good trait to have.

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Liberator

Marriage is worst then war u_Ú... jk

Well good thing you don't have to justify round counts in Vietnam right heheheh. Must be the one story that the platoon tells each other every meeting. "Remember the tree monkeys!"
Well when my dad is drunk... I usually believe him drunk XD!

Now that SEAL training is just evil. That part must be Hell Week I suppose, toughest part ... On a SEAL training scale of course. Your uncle must have a badass look after all these years in an Elite Team, maybe a 90% Kratman scale for badass look. You should convince him to disclose all those awesome SEAL secrets to you ;-)

Well have a nice time shooting those AR's you and your friend. Congratulate him for his work! Oh and... U_U beat him Liberator, beat him with those insane 300 meter shot contest!

Anonymous BGKB May 30, 2016 7:17 PM  

judge actually enforcing this could theoretically be impeached and removed from office if an actual opposition party were in control of congress

Maybe someone should black knight them and have a STR8 married women sue to for breast implants because she identifies as a woman with a bigger chest size, if they are going to pay for breast implants for trannies.

Michelle obama is a man. I don't care if I sound like a moonbat, wth is flopping around in her pants?!?

More than what bathhouse Barry has in his. Kevin DuJan is a gay conservative reporter from Chicago. SHitlibs hate the "Make the first lady great again" ben garrison cartoon wish he sold a shirt of it but his Crybully shirt is on sale until Thursday.

I'm sure tomorrow they'll have an elaborate doodle devoted to some fat black woman who invented Lesbian Dorito Night

Looking at Shakespeare's doodle you would think all his plays are about blacks.

In a speech broadcast live on TV, he said "no Muslim family" should consider birth control or family planning

They are biological weapons, let one onto welfare and you get 23 more
http://www.vdare.com/posts/the-danish-experience-admit-1-syrian-refugee-get-23-dependents-including-3-wives

Must be the one story that the platoon tells each other every meeting. "Remember the tree monkeys!"

The worst I have seen was in Baltimore.

Anonymous BGKB May 30, 2016 7:22 PM  

You have until Thursday to buy it, it looks like he does batches of shirts from time to time.
https://teespring.com/attack-of-the-cry-bullies-sjw
http://teespring.com/stores/grrrgraphics-t-shirts

Anonymous Drose May 30, 2016 7:33 PM  

Google telling people not to be evil is like Liberace telling people not to be gay.

Blogger Lazarus May 30, 2016 7:35 PM  

America the doomed:

american-troops-wear-the-mark-of-islam-on-their-right-arm

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 7:35 PM  

That is tough story Ronnie. Don't worry about typos bro, the story here is far more important. Hope you are okay... Oh and I hope you stopped selling dope XD! I mean I know you stopped. U_U children change men I've heard.

Hope your nephew recover, he made it. Gotta let go of Iraq now. The hard part is always leaving the battlefield.

Blogger Nate May 30, 2016 7:40 PM  

Google is a post-national country... and the american government should treat it that way.

Blogger Nate May 30, 2016 7:45 PM  

company... dammit

Anonymous Ronnie May 30, 2016 7:48 PM  

I had another friend years ago. He was an EOD Marine who worked with a friend of mine. Good guy.

Funny stuff, he was as interested about prison as I was about Iraq and Afgan. This was years ago, he was maybe 21.

So we chatted over some Crown Royal. My neighbor at the time was enlisting. Saw him after he trained, he did get through training and earned his spot in the 82nd.

EOD guy told me they were in some shithole in Afghanistan. He was a mine sweeper. His job was to sweep areas for mines so convoys and guys could not be blown up, with a tool the Marines provided. Simple stuff, right? LOL

He was a good guy. I guess he was in a field and swept the whole fucking thing. Got back to his convoy and a vehicle blew up, sky high in the same field him and his buddies secured.

They raced past and guys were on fire, swinging around in the cabs of trucks and hummers.

Some shit happened after, guys were not happy about it and smashed the mine detectors. They just walked that field with shit equipment. And other guys are blown up.

Anonymous Eduardo May 30, 2016 8:17 PM  

Why everything in the military is FUBAR XD?

I mean if you guys complain with your budget imagine the rest of the world hahahah.

Well, is your friend okay? Came ok from Afghanistan?

Anonymous Ronnie May 30, 2016 8:39 PM  

Yeah, he is good, last we spoke. We haven't spoken in years though.

Anonymous andon May 30, 2016 9:10 PM  

I haven't used google for at least 5 yrs.
first thing I do when I get a new (portable) browser is strip out google, bing, yhoo etc and add ixquick, startpage, and DDG.

im not surprised that google likes to give the finger to Americans though.

Anonymous andon May 30, 2016 9:22 PM  

Nate May 30, 2016 7:40 PM
Google is a post-national country... and the american government should treat it that way.


yes if current admin wasn't post-national as well

Anonymous andon May 30, 2016 9:54 PM  

42. Blogger praetorian May 30, 2016 5:20 PM
Meanwhile, my bank:

http://i.imgur.com/GK3cQrQ.png


my bank usually has photo of nggers, spcs, and mudsharks. started about 5-6 years ago so I block all images now. I noticed others online saying the same thing. how strange would it be if you went to the website of a bank in China and all you saw were brown, black, white, red - anything except Chinese?

"We will multiply our descendants," said Mr Erdogan, who became president in August 2014 after serving as prime minister for 12 years.

just in case you were wondering what their goal was. I thought the Earth had overpopulation problem, but maybe that was just for whites.


Blogger TheLiberatorOfBados May 30, 2016 10:46 PM  

@Eduardo

Sadly my father is died when I was young so I never really got to ask him about anything about the war. I also need to clarify that my uncle was in the Navy, and happened to be stationed in that area where they do the SEAL training and witnessed that. He did say that he got sent down to Florida to do Army training down there, and he said the the Army instructor told them at the end of it that "you are the most unruly, undisciplined, most stubborn sons-of-bitches we've had on this course...but you've somehow managed to clear faster than anybody else that's been in here" My uncle told me it was because "we didn't follow the rules." I do have another uncle that was in the Coast Guard, one of his buddies that came to visit him once was a Ranger...not somebody I'd wanna fuck with.

I'll try my best at the range, hah.

Anonymous JAG May 30, 2016 11:26 PM  

@4 Eduardo -

There is a very simple reason why Google is being little bitches about Memorial Day. I explained it already in my previous post about the character traits and true nature of the liberal/SJW. Their true nature is contrarian. This is purely to piss off non liberals, and nothing more. And yes, they are knowingly doing this. I have not used the piece of shit companies search engine in many years now because of shit like this as well as the fact that their search engine doubles as spyware.

Anonymous Scintan May 31, 2016 12:05 AM  

Godfrey wrote:Google?... I haven't directly used Google for years. I use startpage.com. If I didn't see this post I would have never known.

Resistance is victory.



Startpage uses Google. Startpage also plays games with your searches, just as Google and others do (i.e. use "oriental", find "Asian" substituted in offered link after offered link, etc...)

There's really not even a decently neutral search engine out there, at least not that I've found.

Anonymous Eduardo May 31, 2016 12:49 AM  

Liberate

I thought so man, you mentioned a stepfather. But you know, I decided to bet on a longer run to your dad. Sad to hear you lost him at a young age man.

My bad, I must have misread maybe. Well rangers are pretty rough too, any special operations operative tends to be really tough people. Berets, Delta, SEAL. I mean those guys were one the reasons I wanted to be military, read a lot about them, oh man I am getting pumped to read about them again XD!

Well your uncle's class was probably the smartest of them all, after all: "in war and love there are no rules".
Coast Guard reminds of those Dolphin Helicopters, even had a game here, Search and Rescue 4. Mannn your family is like total military family. Must be something in Thanksgiving.

Liberator!!! Just beat him... Temper with his bolt so it will get stuck somehow and boom! You win, your friend loses!!!

*don't do it man... He may call to a paintball match and cause some serious injuries. Sometimes, just like in star wars, you gotta let the Wookie win.

Anonymous Eduardo May 31, 2016 1:01 AM  

JAG

well if Google is already that far down the road to stupidity then maybe I ought stop using it. Not like it is unreplaceable. Tough is how to completely cut from them, like drop off the grid.

But yeah they obviously are doing this on purpose, I mean everybody with a Modicum of knowledge of the USA knows about Memorial Day. Bet you that they have an splandid excuse too.

Anonymous M113 driver May 31, 2016 4:23 AM  

29. Liberator of Bados: The 3rd Infantry Division did not land at Normandy. Not did they fight in the Battle of the Bulge.

46. Emmet Fitz-Hume: No American was shot down over Europe three times. Anyone who got back was not allowed to fly over Germany again, as they knew too much about escape networks. I heard of one fellow who evaded the Germans entirely on his own, and was allowed to return to his unit. Some escapers went on to fly in the Pacific.

52. Eduardo: People rode atop APCs because the M113's aluminum armor was not strong enough to stop an RPG or mine from blasting through one side or the bottom, but was strong enough to contain the blast within. Guys were afraid of having their innards scrambled by the pressure wave.

There are a few other fishy tales here. No doubt everybody's dads were great, but maybe they were just telling you stories.

Anonymous M113 Driver May 31, 2016 4:36 AM  

I was reading all the headstones with Confederate flags at the cemetery today and had a nice chat with a woman from the Daughters of the Confederacy. She was informed on all the CSA vets, including a Black man who, after capture, joined a U.S. Colored Regiment. He had both U.S. and CSA flags on his grave.

Blogger Elenor Laurence May 31, 2016 7:34 AM  

@65 "my bank usually has photo of nggers, spcs, and mudsharks. started about 5-6 years ago so I block all images now."

That's cause "they" did psych/marketing studies, and found American WHITES will buy products based on the actual product specs; but DIE-versity buys (more) if they are shown "their own" in the ads! (Hence McDonald's ads going all black all the time!) Since Whites have no resistance or loyalty, TPTB can advertise to the minorities and the Whites will still buy.

The personal IS the political! Take individual action, eh?

Anonymous Eduardo May 31, 2016 11:48 AM  

Oh so they rode soviet BMP style!!!! Well I mean everybody that uses armor does allow for people to ride on top; but I thought the US Army and the US Marines always demanded for soldiers, all 8 men, to be inside. But it is very intelligent to ride on top to avoid mines.... Except for the driver. ;-)

But yeah I heard the original M113 had a light skin, had to go several times to upgrade its armor.

U_U well my dear driver, please do tell us some M113 stories. It is cramped here in the back and there is no AC in this APC

Anonymous Eduardo May 31, 2016 12:04 PM  

Btw, totally lost Salt's story there.
That is funny one, about the transport truck. Well soldiers, as my dad says, DO things, they don't THINK. If you think you are dead.
He was doing his thing ñ_ñ

---------------------------------------

Emmett

These WWII tend always to be throughly dramatic. It is hard today to hear WWII stories because so many veterans have already passed. Still... I wish there was a stories bank, just so we can read them.
Your dad actually must have been a pretty guy, even if our own M113 driver doesn't quite believe him.
BTW...
*ahem* your gramps had game huh ;-)

Anonymous andon May 31, 2016 4:37 PM  

Elenor Laurence May 31, 2016 7:34 AM
@65 "my bank usually has photo of nggers, spcs, and mudsharks. started about 5-6 years ago so I block all images now."

That's cause "they" did psych/marketing studies, and found American WHITES will buy products based on the actual product specs; but DIE-versity buys (more) if they are shown "their own" in the ads! (Hence McDonald's ads going all black all the time!) Since Whites have no resistance or loyalty, TPTB can advertise to the minorities and the Whites will still buy.

The personal IS the political! Take individual action, eh?


I thought it was at the direction of the current occupant of the white house. this kind of thing never used to bother me until he start crapping on me these last 6-7 years. Now I pay attn. to the race of who is insulting me, threatening me, etc.

as for Since Whites have no resistance or loyalty, TPTB can advertise to the minorities and the Whites will still buy

I hope this is changing

OpenID ymarsakar June 01, 2016 9:28 PM  

Many of Google's employees are Leftists and white Democrats. Well, white collar college educated ones, part of the same social class as many SJWhore professors and indoctrination teachers.

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