Saturday, November 15, 2014




___ LIBERALISM REIGNS SUPREME ___

War Crimes, as Defined by Leftists

or

WHAT'S SO BAD ABOUT CHEMICAL WEAPONS?

Apparently, it’s AOK 
To mow ‘em down with bullets,
But don’t dare try to kill ‘em off 
By poisoning their pullets.

It’s all right too when bombs 
Rain from aloft or on the level,
But when you kill with poison gas, 
You’re in league with the Devil.

Lock ‘em in a building,
Then burn it to the ground.
By judges at The Hague
You’ll not be guilty found.

Go drag them from their cells
Into a courtyard to be shot.
The World Court will not chide you,
Nor tell you “Thou shalt not.”

Take mothers, babies, toddlers ––
Grandmas –– anyone who thrives,
Then hack them with machetes 
And bayonets to end their lives.

Rape and loot and strangle,
Garrote or stab at will ––
Of you The World Community, 
I promise, won’t think ill.

Set ‘em loose in wood or field,
Then hunt ‘em down like game;
Let half-dead bodies lie unhealed.
You won’t lose your good name.

Rob and cripple, maim at will ––
Dislocate their joints.
Multiculturalists will know
You must have your good points.

Gouge their eyes out, slit each tongue.
Sodomize, impale their young.
Club ‘em down, then crush with tractors.
Brussels won’t call you bad actors.

BUT, urinate upon the corpse
Who tortured your best buddy,
And you’ll be tossed in the stockade
With nose broken and bloody.

And should you dare to wipe yourself
With leaves from the the Koran,
‘Tis YOU The World Community
Will call BARBARIAN!

~ FreeThinke




60 comments:

  1. Beheadings are all the rage this Autumn. Stonings are dandy, too
    But should you call a spade a spade
    The subsequent lynching will be of YOU!

    :P

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  2. oh, so marvelous!!! Thank you ever so much for obliging!

    The Dean does think, though, that the stylization is a direct rip off of Henry Morant.

    must go.

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  4. You've worn out your welcome here, Canardo.

    Drop the insolence, show some appreciation for our efforts, start to talk sense instead of making stupid, childish accusations, and we might reconsider.

    We don't hold grudges, but you'll have to earn your way back into our good graces. I know it will be hard, but I hope you will try.

    You know our standards, but here they are once again in case you've forgotten:

    We welcome Conversation
    But without Vituperation.
    If your aim is Vilification ––
    Other forms of Denigration ––
    Unfounded Accusation --
    Insolence and Obfuscation ––
    Alienation with Self-Justification ––
    We WILL use COMMENT ERADICATION.


    Ciao ciao, bambino.

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  6. Love the poetry. Oh, so true.

    By the way, have you ever perused Goya's 'Los Caprichos'?

    It is a set of his etchings, each one accompanied by a few lines of biting satire.

    He was critiquing early 19th century Spain, but much of it fits our society today.

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  8. Q... What's the definition of Insanity?


    A... The state of being seriously mentally ill? NO!
    Complete Madness? NO!
    Extreme foolishness or irrationality? NO!
    Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result? NO!
    Utter stupidity NO!

    The correct answer is..............................
    A progressive blog saying that “Obama Had A Good Week”

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  9. Hello, Kurt. Goya's work has always "spoken" to me, even though his subject matter is rarely pleasant. I remember so well reading in a book of Art Reproductions at my aunt's about Goya's portrait of The Duchess of Alba, which I'm sure you know. The text said, "despite decking herself out in her finest silks and satins, Goya still managed to portray the Duchess as a woman of harsh and biting character."

    I've always wondered if she knew what he really thought of her? Vain, selfish, unfeeling people are often remarkably opaque.

    I think you must know a great deal more about Goya than I, Kurt, but I'd be glad to learn more. Thank you for the question.

    I'm glad you appreciate the piece, but it isn't "poetry," it is "verse."

    Now "verse" CAN be poetry, but not unless it's given to lyrical, fanciful, romantic, or mystical modes of expression.

    When the subject is satirical, comical or didactic, it is better to call it verse.

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  10. Unfortunately these days everybody gets a trophy and "do you want fries with that" is supposed to get you the American dream.

    Capire

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  12. If you want to know absolutely nothing about liberals or how we think, ask a conservative about us. And if you want to believe "liberals rein," compare us to any other developed nation, and then punch yourself in the face for being so stupid.

    JMJ

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  13. Liberals invented the Faux News strawman. ANd then they complain about being "mischaracterized" and misunderstood. Isn't it rich!

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  14. America would be heaven, but for the presence of a core of stubborn "classical liberals" (aka - "conservatives"). There can be little progress until progressives breed or "legalize immigrants" sufficiently to form a permanent majority. If only America could, like Europe, legalize sufficient Third World former colonial aliens to citizrmdjip, every day could feature a gay pride Saturnalia event.

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  16. Bernie Sanders, the next step "leftward" towards European Style Socialism in America!

    Obama's problem was that he was too much of a compromising "centrist".

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  17. Karl Marx and Joseph Stalin = False Equivalency

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  18. The CENSOR-in-RESIDENCE says

    In addition to the usual proscriptions we have decided to add:

    Gratuitous Displays of Extraneous Knowledge Offered Not To Shed Light Or Enhance the Discussion, But For The Primary Purpose Of Giving An Impression Of Superiority Are Subject to Removal at the Discretion of the Censor-in-Residence.

    That means that DUCKY's invariably snotty attempts to show off hoping to make others feel foolish or inadequate are not welcome here. We've put up with his distracting insincerity too long as it is.

    YUP! We're practicing DISCRIMINATION with relish and gusto. We will no longer even pretend to tolerate what we find intolerable.

    Don't like it? Then, don't visit. We much prefer to be alone than in bad company.

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  19. Karl Marx and Joseph Stalin = False Equivalency

    The ideological equivalency was explicitly stated. There was nothing at all "false" about it.

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  20. President "Executive Order" proves it.

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  21. "Karl Marx and Joseph Stalin = False Equivalency"

    That could be debated, but there was no attempt to make such a point in the verse, so your gratuitous observation is IRRELEVANT.

    Who gets to determine what is and is not "relevant" here"

    Why I do, of course.

    This blog is an AUTOCRACY. It is NOT a DEMOCRACY.

    If that displeases, you are always free either to leave or to stay away altogether, but we don't accept adverse criticism of the way we do things in our own space. Nor do we accept unkind criticisms of those who comment here with our approval.

    Our Aim is to Make this a SNEER-FREE, SNIDE-FREE, SNOT-FREE ZONE.

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  22. Jersey,

    Whether you agree with it or not, I'd like you to return and tell us specifically what point I was trying to make with this admittedly tongue-in-cheek bit of satirical verse?

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  23. //prefer to be alone than in bad company.//

    but,but but....when you are alone you ARE in bad company.

    hmmmm, makes of a good boem, there. or is it verse? Which worse verse,of course, is the poem supposed to be?

    Turkey Trots to water GG.....
    The World Wonders

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  24. /
    Our Aim is to Make this a SNEER-FREE, SNIDE-FREE, SNOT-FREE ZONE./

    gosh, does that mean you will be saying good bye to your conservative drones?

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  25. Autocracy stinks, just like the resident
    Of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue's least popular resident.

    :P

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  27. Barack Obama is the most divisive president in a half century. The partisan gap in approval rating between Republicans and Democrats is the largest it has been in decades. The gap is 61% now; just forty years ago, in 1969, the partisan gap regarding Richard Nixon’s performance at the same time in his presidency was a mere 29%. The gap has increased for every president since, with only two exceptions (Carter and George H.W. Bush).

    The trend towards divisiveness seems to have started with Reagan. The gap with Nixon was 29%; the gap with Carter was 25%. When Reagan was elected, the partisan approval gap shot up to 46%. Reagan inspired many people, and established the foundation for modern conservatism (small government, less regulation, strong military). He was also the antithesis of modern liberalism. This meant that nearly all liberals disapproved of him, while virtually the entire conservative movement gave him their support.

    Reagan forced the Republican party to the right, which widened the ideological gap between the two parties. (Today, a moderate like Nelson Rockefeller would have no shot at all at the Republican nomination). Politics became more polarized, and political strategists used that to their candidate’s advantage.

    Political attacks became more personal—Republicans loathed the very idea of Bill Clinton, seeing him as a sort of Machiavellian genius for his talent in dodging the Monica Lewinsky scandal, while liberals considered Bush a mad dictator who had stolen the election.

    During the most recent election, many Democrats considered John McCain a warmongering, far right extremist (and if there is anything John McCain is not, it is an extremist), while many conservatives still consider Barack Obama a Muslim, terrorist supporting snake in the grass.

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  28. dear republicans,
    How proud you must be feeling today about your childish tweets to say good riddance to a great American who served his country with honor. The list of his accomplishments is long and impressive, but you wouldn't know anything about long impressive lists of accomplishments....His love for country is evident in every move he made whether it be civil rights, voting rights, criminal justice....His passion, compassion, and courage is extraordinary...but what do you know about compassion and courage?....
    You have vilified this good man throughout the years, your relentless attacks, your attempts to smear his reputation, none of it put a blemish on his record. It will be Eric Holder and Barack Obama in the history books, side by side, as two of the great leaders, not YOU republicans, you repulsive, repugnant, irrelevant haters.....
    So carry on with your little tweets, your 10% brainwashed base thinks they are funny, the rest of us can't wait to vote you out of existence.

    Fuck you and goodby,
    Sue Welch

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  29. Autocracy is certainly undesirable in the president of what-is-supposed-to-be a representative republic, but there doesn't seem to be any other way to run a privately owned blog or website unless one is either a masochist, or wishes to court pandemonium.

    When uninvited guests barge in and behave like marauding barbarians, they deserve whatever ill befalls them.

    Sometimes, however, we keep them around for a limited time to prove assertions we've made against the dreary, impertinent, mocking, wrongheaded types they eloquently represent.

    There's much to be learned from the occasional HORRIBLE EXAMPLE.

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  30. Bernie Sanders's earnestness and passionate sincerity are the most frightening things about him. He actually BELIEVES in Marxism.

    TERRIFYING in any American worthy of the name.

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  31. //There's much to be learned from the occasional HORRIBLE EXAMPLE.//

    yupperz...that is exactly whatz I comez here for
    a boem,a thought
    penned by a bore.

    hehehe

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  32. //Gratuitous Displays of Extraneous Knowledge Offered Not To Shed Light Or Enhance the Discussion, But For The Primary Purpose Of Giving An Impression Of Superiority are obnoxiously SELF-AGGRANDIZING, and therefore, Subject to Removal at the Discretion of the Censor-in-Residence.//

    but but but the geriatric penned
    I aintz got the time
    to make it all rhyme

    my thougts are scrambled
    they do not blend

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  33. Herr Von StinkemeisterNovember 16, 2014 at 4:11 PM

    I approve of FreeTinke's pontifications.

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      Frau Hilda von Stinkemeister also approves of FreeTinke's bloviations.

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  34. With too much blood and too little brain, these two
    may run mad; but, if with too much brain and too
    little blood they do, I'll be a curer of madmen.
    Here's Agamemnon, an honest fellow enough and one
    that loves quails; but he has not so much brain as
    earwax: and the goodly transformation of Jupiter
    there, his brother, the bull,--the primitive statue,
    and oblique memorial of cuckolds; a thrifty
    shoeing-horn in a chain, hanging at his brother's
    leg,--to what form but that he is, should wit larded
    with malice and malice forced with wit turn him to?
    To an ass, were nothing; he is both ass and ox: to
    an ox, were nothing; he is both ox and ass. To be a
    dog, a mule, a cat, a fitchew, a toad, a lizard, an
    owl, a puttock, or a herring without a roe, I would
    not care; but to be Menelaus, I would conspire
    against destiny. Ask me not, what I would be, if I
    were not Thersites; for I care not to be the louse
    of a lazar, so I were not Menelaus! Hey-day!
    spirits and fires!


    _Wm Shakespeare, "Troilus and Cressida"

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  35. Yep, this is how you solve an immigration problem. You take out a front page ad in the Central American papers declaring amnesty...

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  36. We should have another 150,000 under age illegals in the country by Christmas.

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  37. Solution... deport... 150,000... Tea... Baggers... Problem... Solved...

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  38. "LIBERALISM REIGNS SUPREME"

    Most American today believe that Obama is a Liar who Can’t Be Trusted
    After six and a half years of pathological lying by Obama, Americans of BOTH parties are finally to show their disgust with Our dear leader.These progressives are either a bunch of liars themselves and / or just plain stupid ...

    Standing next to the fallen cherry tree, young Obama says, "Father, I cannot tell I lie, Bush did it."

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  39. Facts are not items for debate. Unless you're a Tea Bagger.
    In which csse you simply vilify those who point out the truths you willingly refuse to accept. Then you delete their comments.

    Moab

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  40. refuse to accept "facts " from a proved LIAR?

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  41. Frida Van der WienerNovember 17, 2014 at 11:21 AM

    ...then okjimm comes along to prove that even the most placid and pristine river can experience the occasional turd floating by...

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  42. We rather enjoy seeing obvious culprits in the never ending struggle against fatuousness, insolence, malevolence and stupidity prove our case against them without our having to lift a finger.

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  43. "Yep, this is how you solve an immigration problem. You take out a front page ad in the Central American papers declaring amnesty"

    Thersites,who knew?

    Oh we did that's right.

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  44. When your goal is to legalize another 15 million Democrats who will vote for you, I suppose it's a "Mission Accoimplished" moment...

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  45. ...with the added bonus that ten years from now, you get to legalize another twenty million!

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  46. ...cuz after all, Government solves a LOT of problems.

    I have a feeling that Labor is taking a nap on this one, though.

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  47. OCHRISTOCHITOPISSOSUCKOFUCKOSCREWOCUNTOTITOFARTOBITCHOBASTARDGODDAMNBASSIERE!

    ft

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  48. I taw I taw a puddy tat, budditwuzonly a blondybawstinbrat iniz durdydideez tawkin' bawstinbabyblether truiz brownbawstinbabybutt

    Tweety Pie

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