Friday, February 11, 2011

Blackuary Once - 03AB - Barry Obama Makes Still ANOTHER Foreign Policy Gaffe

On this day, Blackuary eleventh, in 1979, the Muslim Brotherhood achieved "Democracy" in Iran. Oddly, they have accomplished the very same thing in Egypt on this very anniversary a mere thirty-two years later. And doubly odd, the last time a staunchly Muslim group of rioters took over a country, Barry Obama's ideological mentor, Jimmuh Cartuh, was President.

Yes, this mostly secular group, the Muslim Brotherhood, is going to be getting busy putting together "free and fair" elections tomorrow.

Also on this day in 1990, the terrorist Nelson Mandela was released from prison after serving twenty-seven years of his sentence. In case you were unaware of exactly who Mandela was, he was the leader of the Umkhonto we Sizwe, which was basically the South African version of the Symbionese Liberation Army. While Nelson was in prison for being a terrorist, his wife, Winnie, was busy keeping up the work of the family business. By the way, Winnie is now a member of Parliament, and even though Winnie was convicted of murder, her sentence was reduced to a fine.

In case you were wondering, South Africa is struggling under the weight of a corrupt government and the future is certainly very, very bleak. Currently, South Africa is a net exporter of food, which is not that big an accomplishment on the continent. But, the idiotic government, that allows murderers to purchase their way out of prison and then get elected to Parliament, has set a goal of transferring all of the farms from white ownership to black ownership by 2014. Look for a famine to start in South Africa right around 2014. But, such is the case every time that the "Progressive" ideology is followed. In three short years, South Africa, once the richest country in all of Africa, will be scraping the shithouse floor just like Zimbabwe. Yes, Zimbabwe did with their government and country exactly what South Africa is planning. Now you can get a 100 BILLION Zimbabwe note for around sixty-seven cents plus shipping. (Financial tip: Do NOT invest in Rands.)

And the United States is headed down the same path, too, if we do not undo the things that have been going on with our government since 2007. Which brings us to today's point that shall make the "Progressives" throw a hissy fit.

On this day, Blackuary 11, 1964, the forty-fifth President of the United States, Sarah Palin, was born. Since she has been in office, minimum wage has been abolished, medical insurance companies have been allowed to sell across state lines, and all government unions have been dismantled.

In one short year under the guidance of Palin's Administration, medical costs have plummeted while profits have skyrocketed. Teacher pay has been SLASHED to a much more reasonable level and test scores are back to the very top around the world. Unemployment appears to be holding steady at 6%.

I do have one complaint though, the fact that she pardoned Barry and Michelle Obama after they were convicted of Crimes Against Humanity was just dumb as shit. Luckily we did recover all of the money that Barry embezzled and filtered to the body parts traders at Planned Parenthood, though.

And if you are still hanging around all the way down here, on Blackuary 11, 1644, the first protest held by Blacks in the New World was carried out in New Netherlands. That is now New York, in case you were in the unknow on that. Plus, those protesters were FREED right then, too. Weird that, huh, Toby?

Please take the time to comment.

5 comments:

Joubert said...

Umkhonto we Sizwe...the South African version of the Symbionese Liberation Army.

Actually worse - more like Hamas.

paul mitchell said...

But, in the crazy world we live in, their very leader gets the Nobel Peace Prize. Awesome.

marc in calgary said...

I especially enjoyed the part about the 45th President.
Paul, your Blackuary coverage has been quite an eyeful..
Some folks with their hearts still stuck in South Africa had posted photos of what it looked like in Jo-berg / Capetown and the like, and how much progress they've encountered since Mr. Mandela saved them all.

The difference is like night and day. Remember when Detroit looked awesome?

http://deathofjohannesburg.blogspot.com/

marc in calgary said...

And, regarding the 45th President's pardon of B.Hussien, ...

just remember the shit storm of idiocy during the recent lame duck session, yeah, what do you think B.Hussien is going to do in his final 2 months?

paul mitchell said...

Thanks for the kind words, Marc from Calgary. Coming from a regular, that is even better.

By the way, Joubert, the first commenter is a South African, so he has a pretty good grasp on things there. The way it was and the way it is.

Detroit was such an amazing place, even as late as when I was a little boy. I used to get an eyeful of watching a city become Detroit, too. Jackson, Mississippi is exactly that. And it brings to mind, "Let's take off NOW and nuke it from orbit."

I am pretty sure that Barry will start the pardon express when he is about to leave. Too bad Tookie Williams was put to death, huh? But, look from Mumia Abu-Jamal to get his pardon. Dang, I just remembered that I actually saw, "Free Mumia" carved into a sidewalk here in Lexington, Kentucky. Dumbasses.

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