Mass Migration = Invasion

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This article deserves a Godwin’s Law Lifetime Achievement Award:

Treatment of Migrants Evokes Memories of Europe’s Darkest Hour

In Hungary, hundreds of migrants surrounded by armed police officers were tricked into boarding a train with promises of freedom, only to be taken to a “reception” camp. In the Czech Republic, the police hustled more than 200 migrants off a train and wrote identification numbers on their hands with indelible markers, stopping only when someone pointed out that this was more than a little like the tattoos the Nazis put on concentration camp inmates.

Razor-wire fences rise along national borders in Greece, Bulgaria, Hungary and France. Many political leaders stoke rising nationalism by portraying the migrants as dangerous outsiders whose foreign cultures and Muslim religion could overwhelm cherished traditional ways.


Europeans are facing one of the Continent’s worst humanitarian crises since World War II, yet many seem blind to images that recall that blackest time in their history.

This migrant crisis is no genocide. The issue throughout the Continent is how to register, house, resettle or repatriate hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees, a daunting logistical challenge. But perhaps not since the Jews were rounded up by Nazi Germany have there been as many images coming out of Europe of people locked into trains, babies handed over barbed wire, men in military gear herding large crowds of bedraggled men, women and children.

At the same time, the images may reveal a deeper truth about Europe and its seeming unpreparedness for a crisis so long in the making: While extolling the virtues of human rights and humanism, it remains, in many parts, a place resistant to immigration and diversity.

As a result, some here are reacting in ways that recall some of the Continent’s darkest impulses.

“They must be oblivious because who would do that if they had any historical memory whatsoever,” said Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch. “It’s amazing, really. Certainly those images of the trains can’t help but conjure up nightmares of the Holocaust.”

Rabbi Frolich was especially struck by the lies used to manipulate the migrants.

“They tell them that the train was going to Austria and then take them to a camp instead,” the rabbi said. “I don’t think the police got instructions from the government to do it this way, but it is very similar to what happened to Jews in the 1940s.”

Oh, totally. Except that the Jews in the 1940’s already lived in Europe and had done so for nearly 2000 years. They were taken from their homes, stripped of their possessions, herded onto trains, taken to camps and slaughtered.

But except for that this is just like what the Nazis did.

This article here seems a little bit racist to me:

The heart-wrenching photographs of a dead Syrian child washed up on the Turkish shore are fast becoming the symbol of what is framed as Europe’s “migrant problem” or “refugee crisis.” That little boy, however, would have been part of the solution to the continent’s problems, had he been allowed to reach it. The true crisis is that not enough Europeans understand that.


By 2050, fully 28 percent of the European Union’s population will have reached retirement age — or more likely approached it, because issues of sheer affordability will surely have forced it to be raised everywhere by then. In Germany, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia and Spain the proportion of potential retirees will approach a third of the population, rising from current levels of 20 percent and below.

According to the European Commission’s 2015 aging report, the dependency ratio of over-65s to the economically active 15-64 age group will increase to 50.1 percent, from 27.8 percent by 2060. That means there will be just two potential workers per retiree, down from almost four. The aging of the population shaves 0.2 percent a year off European economic growth, but it hasn’t become a full-blown crisis yet; that will happen when pension systems grow unsustainable, long after current political leaders have left the stage.

To keep the current ratio of senior citizens to the general population steady, Europe needs its younger population to increase by hundreds of millions more than the current rate over the coming decades:


There’s no way to organically increase the EU’s population so as to get an extra 42 million people by 2020, let alone 257 million by 2060: You can’t force people to make more babies. Increased immigration is therefore Europe’s only salvation from an approaching fiscal disaster. Europe needed that Syrian boy, just as it needs, and should cherish, everyone taking a leaky boat to Lampedusa, or a rusty minibus to Berlin, Lisbon or Madrid. These are almost exclusively young people, sometimes unaccompanied children, who if integrated will pay for — and care for — Europe’s retirees.

So they are gonna bring in young brown people and make them support old white people who are already wealthier than the immigrants? So who is gonna support the brown people when they get old? And what about the immigrants who don’t work but instead become financially dependent on their new host countries?

I’m just spitballin’ here, but wouldn’t it be better to change the underlying assumptions upon which all these government-run retiree programs are based?

I was gonna say some other stuff but this guy nails it:

The overwhelming majority of the 20 million are Muslim. Their presence would, according to Pryce-Jones, at least double the number of Muslims already in Europe.

Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister, says: “What is at stake is Europe, the lifestyle of European citizens, European values, the survival or disappearance of European nations.” Is he exaggerating? Probably. But his underlying concern seems well-founded. Naturally, Orban is widely denounced.

In utilitarian terms, one can view the issue through the prism of this question: Should a nation’s policy be intended to produce the greatest good for the greatest number or should it be intended to produce the greatest good for the greatest number of the nation’s citizens? Under the former view, a nation would tend to let in large numbers of refugees; under the latter view, it would tend to turn them away.

If one accepts the concept of the nation state, then a nation’s elected leaders should (unless they announce in advance that they will not) opt for policies that produce the greatest good for the greatest number of citizens, with some allowances for humanitarian and other telling concerns. Private citizens are free to argue for either version of utilitarianism.

The existence of the EU adds a new wrinkle. Are members obligated to maximize the good of the Union or the good of their state? The two will rarely be identical.


Wherever the refugees end up, this is unlikely to end well for Europe. In the short-term, there will be intense human suffering, plenty of disruption and strain on resources, and tons of bad press. In the long term, Europe will be transformed, very likely for the worse. On the other hand, many refugees will find a better life in Europe.

I’ll give credit to the Left – they have done a great job of framing this issue so that anyone who disagrees with them is a nativist and a racist. They have done the same thing here with illegal immigration.

Muslims have been trying to invade Europe for the past 1400 years. They aren’t coming to assimilate. They are bringing with them a language and a culture that is incompatible with modern Western Civilization.

More than one empire fell because they were unwilling or unable to control their borders and were overwhelmed by barbarians.


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123 Responses to Mass Migration = Invasion

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    This refugee crisis is a direct result of the failure of Obama-Clinton foreign policy.

  2. driguana says:

    Mass Migration=Invasion=Colonization
    Read a very interesting theory yesterday explaining that those who left England to come to America to avoid religious persecution ended up “colonizing” America and compared it to the situation in Europe. The immigrants become the colonizers….same thing is happening in our Southwest with Mexico. This, also, explains why no Middle Eastern countries are taking in the Syrians, although they say otherwise.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      That didn’t work out so well for the original occupants.

    • Lulu says:

      They leave out the part about it being mostly uninhabited wilderness. There was nothing there but a small population of Native Americans who usually welcomed them at first because they traded good stuff like cows, horses, axe heads (where the f’ do people think tomahawks came from?) food stuffs, dyes, beads, all kinds of crap. The Native Americans didn’t like when there were too many and then TOO LATE! One of my favorites of this vein of thinking is La Raza. They talk about the US taking a fully developed economy with oil wells and food stamps away from Mexico. Not so. Mexico couldn’t get anyone to settle in Texas or the southwest because of the climate, distance from Mexico City, cost to fight Commanches, etc.Mexico was literally afraid of the piney woods and big thicket and couldn’t give it away, not to mention the lousy dirt, and crossing south Texas which will kill you as migrants now on foot find out the hard way. Migrants now are drawn to places where all the hard work has already been done and the livin’ is easy. Offer them a wilderness and they will turn it down. How many are headed to rural Alaska? None of them.

      • 1539days says:

        One of the funny things is the idea that the Europeans were supposedly so evil and dismissive of the native people. The United States contains about 1/10 of all the habitable land on the planet. Exactly how long could it have been the sole domain of a few million nomadic people before other people wanted to move in?

      • elliesmom says:

        Historians now believe there were as many as 50 million native inhabitants in the Americas when Columbus arrived. That still left a lot of room for Europeans to move in, too, but there was an established civilization- not just a few bands of nomads. They also made their own tools like axe and arrowheads long before the Europeans arrived. They had invented tools for scraping animal hides and for building canoes and homes. They had as much to teach the Europeans as the Europeans had to teach them. Unfortunately, the Europeans also brought small pox with them. They repaid the white man by introducing him to tobacco.

        • Lulu says:

          They think the population ebbed and increased in cycles like it did in Europe too. Weather, wars, and other factors varied a lot. Whole civilizations disappeared. I live in an area with mounds and they still have no clue what happened to them. An example is the Tonkawa who the Apache chased all over Texas until they were basically wiped out until they signed up with Stephen F Austin for some land protected from Apache AND Comanche. It was tough being in a smaller tribe.

        • 1539days says:

          That’s in the Americas, which is like the entire continent. I read estimates between 2 and 15 million in the US, which has a huge ass margin of error.

          The Europeans could have used the head start of knowing about North American agriculture from the inhabitants, but all that knowledge has been supplanted by the farming technology invented by Europeans and their descendants.

    • Lulu says:

      Invaders are basically parasitic. The history of Islamic invaders is one of military might but they fell far behind and now do it with numbers. Historically they did not kill everyone but enslaved populations or taxed them until everyone converted. Islam is a top down economic and social system which globalists admire. They probably think they can convert or something and stay rich. Haha! Nope. Trying to pay them off or “assimilating” doesn’t work either because of the superiority beliefs inherent. Christians, Jews, and other monotheists tried too but it did not work and all historically had to leave or convert eventually. The girls of Rotherham are just a small example of how Islam treats non-believers. This war of civilizations has been going on for a thousand years. It is about to get bad.

      • Lulu says:

        When the Emir of Cordoba was invading what is now France it was not to settle Islamic farmers. It was to take over and tax, profit and enslave the peasantry of Aquitaine. France was and still is some of the best property in the world. It was rich and they wanted it. They did not head to Switzerland with little cow pastures. The hordes are doing the same thing now. They only want the best. They don’t want to live in a tent in Saudi Arabia or a cement block tenement in Turkey and peacefully practice their religion. Islam teaches they are superior and should not have to do so.

        • 1539days says:

          Oil is running out for them. They can’t import the treasures of the world soon so they need to grab them now.

          • Lulu says:

            And instead of using the oil money to build advanced societies they kept the same old mess. Still top down strong men medieval systems that are failing. They want to jerk the rest of the world backward.

          • 1539days says:

            Look at Iraq. For years, it was a wealthy, prosperous, almost secular country. Saddam Hussein wasn’t heavily into the whole Muslim thing. Unfortunate, he was into the power trip, often abusing or killing innocent people. Then he the Kurds in his own country and tried to take over another. Now he’s dead and Iraq is a hell hole. Sometimes you can’t fix stupid.

  3. Myiq2xu says:

  4. Dora says:

    “Muslims have been trying to invade Europe for the past 1400 years. They aren’t coming to assimilate. They are bringing with them a language and a culture that is incompatible with modern Western Civilization”


    Absolutely true. And I’m sick about it!

    Great post. Thank you.

  5. Dora says:

    OT but this is for anyone who is planning to attend the rally on Wednesday. I recall that Denise was thinking about going. Well, it’s still on and has even added more speakers. I wish I could be there, but I won’t be able to travel to DC that day. I hope it’s televised. And I hope it brings an enormous crowd to Washington.

    Cruz, Trump, GiImore, Levin: Rally against Iran nuke deal at U.S. Capitol expands to a mighty show

    Cancelled? No way. The upcoming rally at the U.S. Capitol against the U.S. nuclear agreement with Iran is still on ­ and has gained much momentum despite the fact that President Obama has secured enough support in the Senate to prevent Republican forces from blocking it. Some star power is involved in the rally, organized primarily by Sen. Ted Cruz and the Tea Party Patriots.

    • AFVet says:

      Maybe C-span will carry it.
      Hope so.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Thanks for the info Dora, but I’m not going, just couldn’t get the planets to align this week. I wish they held it on a Saturday, most activists on the right work or in school. Those who will show up are probably retired, so the left can go …. look at all the old white people.

      I’ll certainly look for the media coverage, it is Trump and the Iran Deal, so they may find it newsworthy🙂

  6. Dora says:

    British Government cuts £100 million (pounds) from National Health Service cancer treatment program in order to give £100 million more to Syria

    Britain has decided that Syrian Muslim ‘refugees’ are more important than its own citizens. The NHS has pulled funding for cancer treatments affecting 5,500 patients claiming that the drugs involved, which prolong human life, are not cost effective. However, the £100m decrease from the NHS is the same sum that Cameron has now pledged to donate to Syria, on top of the nearly £1 billion pounds already thrown down the drain to that country since 2011.

  7. swanspirit says:

    I was feeling very sad about children washed up on shore, until I read that Muslim refugees in boats had already thrown Christian refugees overboard and let them drown. Monsters don’t deserve refuge. Invasion indeed.

    • Lulu says:

      The drowned child’s family had already been in Turkey for 2-3 years. They were already safe. Turkey wasn’t good enough. So they hired a smuggler and lost a child. I’m very sorry the child lost his life but not for the parents who are basically greedy criminals who put their wants above the safety of their child.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Hmmm. I thought dad lost his wife and both sons ? Saw photos of the funeral with 3 caskets, now I’m wondering if he didn’t throw them overboard.

        • Lulu says:

          They did all die. I misspoke. Sorry. Now he is headed back to wherever in Syria because he no longer has kids to draw immigrant assistance with. Horrible but I think true. If he wanted work he could have left them behind in safety in Turkey but he didn’t. He needed them for benefits and housing and now he doesn’t have them

          • DeniseVB says:

            I was just wondering if we were talking about the same dead child, it’s hard to keep up with all of them. 🙂

          • taw46 says:

            According to his sister in Canada, the father needed teeth, that is why he was going to Europe.

            They had been living in Turkey for over a year, she was paying rent for them, I saw in another video.

      • This is exactly right. A relative in Canada was paying their rent in Turkey, so they had living accommodations and basic services. To my (social worker) mind, this dad chose to put his family in a boat and attempt an insanely dangerous trip from Turkey to Canada. His choices put his children in danger. If they hadn’t died, they should’ve been removed due to his negligence. I have compassion for the children, but the father should be jailed for negligent homicide.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Most of the photos I’ve seen are groups of hundreds of young men. I smell jihadists, not refugees.

      • taw46 says:

        When the media wants your sympathy, they show the pictures of the children. But the vast majority of photos I have seen from international news and on Twitter, are, as you said, mostly young men. And, reportedly, small percentage from Syria. Coming from Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

        • Lulu says:

          A few UK newspaper reporters have talked to some of them. But the media stories are not being touted. One “refugee” was a college educated, English speaking, Egyptian (aged 25 or so) from Alexandria who could not get a German or UK work permit as fast as he wanted. A truly sad story. NOT.

          • Lulu says:

            I especially like the photos of the refugee women on their iPhones.

          • taw46 says:

            And who is paying for passage? I read that it costs $1200 to $2000 per person to travel by boat from Turkey to Greece. Can that many people from all those countries have the money to do that?

          • taw46 says:

            Someone is making millions by emptying out these countries.

          • Lulu says:

            Reminds me of the “drug cartel” coyotes who know all the drug mule train routes through the brush. They either pay cash up front or promise to pay part of their freebies to pay them back or haul drugs for them. Whose boats? Who can navigate those waters? This is not crossing the Rio Grande. Why aren’t the navies picking them up, impounding and sinking those boats. Someone is being paid off and someone is navigating that knows what they are doing. I’d knock a big ass hole in the hulls after towing them out as soon as the immigrants got off. Target practice for their navies.

        • 1539days says:

          The Palestinians have been using the same dead child picture for 50 years.

  8. Kathy says:

    Europe was already in trouble, but this just speeds up the process. Native Europeans don’t have many children and Muslims do. Assimilation is the key and it isn’t happening.

    • Lulu says:

      Where do the Europeans go? Here? Canada? NZ? If Europe empties out of resources, skills and taxpayers then the invading hordes got nothing but some old land. Kind of like South Africa when they ran the whites out. A big part of Islam is making the non believers do all the work and pay the taxes.

  9. Myiq2xu says:

    Jay Guevara:

    Ever wonder where that hyphenated American rubbish started? You know, where seemingly everyone describes himself as a [fill in the ethnicity]-American? Whatever happened to the melting pot?

    The story is both fascinating and disturbing. It involves Bella Dodd, who was sort of a distaff version of Whitaker Chambers, a one-time functionary of the Communist Party (and head of the New York State Teachers’ Union, which I gather is pretty much the same thing) who, disillusioned with the CPUSA, later became an ardent anti-Communist.

    Her autbiography, “School of Darkness,” (available free online here) details her work and life as a Communist apparatchik and her later political conversion. The entire book is well worth reading, but the operative part for this present topic appears in Chapter Thirteen (please excuse the extensive quote):

    BY APRIL, 1945, there was evidence of trouble in the Communist Party. Uneasiness increased among its functionaries. I first became aware of this in my work with the Italian Commission of the American Communist Party.

    One day two foreigners appeared in our midst, recently come from Italy. Berti and Donnini were a smooth, attractive pair, who called themselves professors and had become leaders of the Italian Commission. They immediately started a controversy, about the work among national minorities.

    Earl Browder at the convention of 1944 had insisted on the elimination of a sense of difference among the foreign-born and had moved to have them treated as part of the American labor movement. To this Professors Berti and Donnini offered strenuous objections. They emphasized the importance of separate national organizations, of encouraging the foreign-born to use their languages, and of circulating foreign-language newspapers. They encouraged the organizing of the different national groups almost as if these were foreign colonies. It would strengthen the sense of nationalism among them, they asserted, a necessary thing for the building of world communism.

    These two Party functionaries found themselves on the carpet for their unwelcome views. Plans were on foot to expel them. Then, suddenly, came the amazing news that they were members of the Italian Communist Party! Up to this point, like others, I had regarded them as honest but misguided foreigners with a penchant for disputation.

    Now I realized that nothing they said had been unpremeditated, and that they were not speaking for themselves. They represented the International Communist movement and it was clear that Browder’s approach to the national problem was in disfavor with some sections of world communism.

    She goes on to make clear that the shift in policy was dictated by Moscow, i.e., Stalin, who now shifted his target from the recently defunct Nazi Germany to his next enemy: the United States, inter alia by promoting divisive Balkanization among its populace.

    So here we are, 70 years on, we see the fruits of his endeavor in the quotidian usage of hyphenated American.

  10. Myiq2xu says:

  11. mothy67 says:

    I love it when leftists say it doesn’t effect schools. Yes it does. The powers that be decided my town my town was a nice fit for people from Nepal and India. Nicest people but really insular. Zero problems but they stick to themselves. There are 67 kids in fourth grade going to two separate grade schools. Number will go up in high school because Catholic school only goes to 5th. Will be interesting as Catholic school is not using Common Core. Anyhow Shaypup’s best friend is from Nepal. Speaks perfect English but has a difficult time reading. Once a day they go for one on one instruction. How does that not cost money?
    I think small classrooms are key to success. Brat has 17 in her class a teacher and two college assistants. All the TA s are young women. I have never seen a guy. Big schools do not work. Kids are not cogs. The student teachers have told me they will not go to some schools. Liberals seem to think big government spending is the answer to all. My other niece goes to a big schol i is rum like a prison. My nephew went to same school. Graduated with honors he got 900 0n his SATs. They did him no favor. Everyone is special everyone gets an A. I hound my niece about college. Good kid but her mom is a waitress and her dad is a boilermaker(funny as I went to Purdue)Dream dream out loud but you have to be proactive My brother her dad shares the same 529 account DNA as me. I just discovered coupons. I am out of ink because I printed so many.Two dollars off cheerios. I put my savingsin 529.
    I do try to guide my niece. I asked her to make an appointment with her guidance councelor. Four weeks until she can see her. What a 10th grader trying to build a future gets put on hold by a woman whose job by definition is to guide
    PS I found an archery range. I love it you have to be silent I have shot guns. Differeny thing you have to calm yourself when you shoot an arrow.

  12. DandyTIger says:

    Good way to break socialism is to bring in a zillion immigrants. All these zillions of new people will need to get all the same benefits of the current citizens. Who pays? And like you said above, what happens when these people need even more benefits via retirement.

  13. DeniseVB says:

    This is a great read, Sarah tosses several ninja stars at Obama’s Alaska visit with some beautiful photos too, including a view of Russia from the Alaskan coast😀

    • mothy67 says:

      I wonder where she gets her energy. Leftists attack and drown out rational thought. They resort to name calling and raising voices. I have found I cannot speak about gay marriage. I get attacked and called names. I am not a complte idiot. I think for myself. I have an opinion. I happen o think a man and a woman make a baby. Sometimes others are needed. I like my brat. More than anything she is my best friend. We take walks and talk. There is no polotics. There was an old TV show called Hart to Hart. Intro said when they met it eas murder. I met my baby by accident. I know I gay but that has never been an issue. She needed a diaper changed I changed it. She was hungry I fed her. I never made a choive. She was thrown away. I did what anyone would do.I Did not consult Maria Harf. It takes so little to care for a child. They simply need to know they matter. I see broken stuff all the time. Last week I went to the store 9 year old girl in the parking lot. She asked me for money. Her mother is a waitress. She seems to think her kids are everyone elses responsibility. I want the school so far away. I teach morality. Leftists hate 1950’s TV. What is so wrong with a kid coming home to a loving place. I guess in leftist mind it is better to have a 9 year old asking for change at 1030 in a Fucking parking lot.

    • Dora says:

      Wonderful article written by Denali. Thanks. 🙂

  14. foxyladi14 says:

    He only saw himself. 🙄

  15. DeniseVB says:

    For fans of Trump/Fiorina/Carson …. here’s why we embrace the “outsiders”. (Geoff is a regular commenter on WHD) ….

  16. 1539days says:

    There’s an argument that pops up once in a while about gay marriage that boils down to “Hey, if you let gay couples marry, they can adopt all the otherwise useless wastes of space in orphanages.” There was also gay weddings as job creators. In reality, gay marriage has put more people out of business than in it.

  17. DeniseVB says:

    In a local story, police approached a suspicious car at a 7-11 when the occupant started shooting at them and missed……both front seat occupants were shot dead. Comments on the news site …. they didn’t HAVE TO KILL THEM !!! :facepalm:

  18. Dora says:

    Pity the fool that reads this article and can’t understand there’s an agenda in all of this:

    No room in America for Christian refugees

    At the end of World War II, the Jewish survivors of Europe’s Holocaust found that nearly every door was closed to them. “Tell Me Where Can I Go?” was a popular Yiddish song at the time. Decades later, the Christians of the Middle East face the same problem, and the Obama administration is keeping the door shut.

    America is about to accept 9000 Syrian Muslims, refugees of the brutal war between the Assad regime and its Sunni opposition, which includes ISIS, Al Qaeda, and various other militias. That number is predicted to increase each year. There are no Christian refugees that will be admitted.

    • 1539days says:

      In my neck of the woods, it’s Bosnians (also mostly Muslim). It’s not about Islamophobia, it’s about this administration’s Islamophilia.

    • DandyTIger says:

      They’re all sexist. Or racist. Or something. Why won’t people leave her alone! /s

    • DeniseVB says:

      Hillary has just brought this mess on herself with poor decisions, illegal or not, since 2008 when she joined the Obama regime. All one has to do is look to the middle east crisis to see the results of her “accomplishments” during her SoS gig. Though I didn’t think it would be possible, Kerry’s even worse.

      • 1539days says:

        Hillary had a chance to resign in 2011, cite the administrations’ horrible policies and ran for president in 2012. At the very least, it would have gotten Mitt elected.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Even if she beat Mitt, so much better than Obama. Sigh. Methinks sticking with Bam was more profitable for her “foundation”, which still troubles me she put her own pockets ahead of her country.

  19. helenk3 says:

    Israel says no to refugees.
    Other than Jordan, how many other muslim countries have taken in refugees?

    • 1539days says:

      Boy, that is the most blatant “kick the can” vote I’ve heard. The Obama crime family has really done a good job of making every Democrat sell their soul to further his goals. Maybe Debbie Downer should talk to the dozens of House members of her party who lost their seats because of Obamacare.

  20. DeniseVB says:

    Holy Moly, Drudge Report *favorited* one of my tweet replies. I just get so tickled when one of the cool kids pays attention to me😉

  21. mothy67 says:

    What the fuck are parenting classes? Seems people were able to raise kids without liberals. Liberals gave us ghettos. I cannot get over this filth. Words have meaning. Does blow me have meaning? I have words I want to say to this idiot. There are pictures telling me some times a parent needs a time out. Have a safe place.
    Shut up. I tell Shay never say shut up. Rudest thing ever. I turn around and yell shut up do you ever stop talking. Ever. She goes on and on. I do wonder where it came from. I can never stop. I talk a lot. I am like a ferbie. Insomnia is hell. When I was young I would drink alone to pass out. I do not need some cartoon pics telling me about bad words. My younger brother Steve was vaptain of football team. His yearbook picture under hero reads my brother– me. Football star lists his gay brother as hero. We are always rude. I take effort to make sure his daughter has a college plan. We do not hug and say I love you. We say fuck off. I always tell my brother I hate him. I changed his diapers. He cares about his kid. We do not need some sociologist trlling us how to speak. This stuff is surreal. Take a moment catch your breath. Sorry no. I say fuck off. Not to the kid but I do say you get on my nerves. This parent pamphlet is Maria Harfs Guide to Parenthood. So dumb. Take a moment sit down and explain why brushing teeth is important. No you dumbass order the kid to brush.

  22. helenk3 says:

    Stolen from No Quarter

  23. Dora says:

    Sounds good to me. 🙂

    SARAH PALIN Recommends Herself for Energy Secretary Under President Trump (VIDEO)

    • DeniseVB says:

      Combine that with the EPA and Interior, ya got a deal Sarah ! See how much money I just saved the government, combining all those “departments”😀

      Speaking of Trump, met up with an old friend (dropping books off for her church ladies group book sale, so I counted that for going to church today😉 ). Somehow we got around to politics, she’s a pro-life activist and has no clue who’s running on either side, aside from Trump and Hillary. She does not like Trump but has decided that didn’t matter, who else is more qualified to fix the mess our country’s in ? Certainly NOT a politician !

      Interesting, and yes, nobody likes the politicians. Can you blame them ? Trump is even reaching the lofo’s, because she likes Christy Fiorina and Tom Cruz too🙂

      • Dora says:

        No other issues matter if we no longer have a country. Trump is the only one who will save it. He may disappoint us and not be able to build that wall, but I am willing to give him the chance. No one else is even willing to try. All they have are excuses.

        • DeniseVB says:

          My husband dislikes Trump also, but trusts him to fix our wussified military. He loathes politicians, but Trump is speaking to him, a loather. I’m finding this very fascinating, especially since “some polls” who gave a choice between JEB or Hillary, chose “kill myself”. 😉

          • Jeffhas says:

            I think he may win in a landslide.

            He might have so much of a mandate that wall WILL get built…

            … My only worry is congresscritters monkeying around with him (playing politics as usual)… But I think he can shame them on Twitter instantaneously, so maybe he can get things done… I’ll tell you what, I don’t trust Hillary or Jeb! to fix anything.

        • leslie says:

          I’ve been out today and when I stopped for a break I checked this threa. When I came to:

          ” Trump is even reaching the lofo’s, because she likes Christy Fiorina and Tom Cruz too/”

          I snorted and choked on my iced tea!!😀

  24. DeniseVB says:

    Speaking of friends, one of my fellow grannies (Yay, Boomers) went to Burning Man this week. Her son (in L.A.) did one of the light installation artsy fartsy things. Not sure which one, but these photos are awesome…..

  25. DeniseVB says:

    Could this be more to do with states rights than gay marriage? Kinda what led up to the first Civil War, it wasn’t only about slavery.

  26. Dora says:

    Things are getting ugly…Uglier. 🙂

    Knives Come Out: Hillary Clinton Operative Declares Joe Biden To Be, “Appalling”

    • DeniseVB says:

      The Hillary left is already hammering him, the anti-Hillary right is posting photos of him nuzzling wimmins and calling him creepy. And his wife Jill doesn’t want to go through another campaign ! Yeah, I think Joe is running. 😉

  27. Myiq2xu says:

    I feel under the weather again today or I would explain why this is total bullshit:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Firstly it’s a false premise. No one is freaking out about their immediate neighbor nor about (legal) immigrants. Second the origins of products and customs is irrelevant. It’s a small world. We all share all kinds of traditions and products around the world. That has nothing to do with our immigration policies. And no one is going “nativist.”. People are upset that we have a mostly open border (promoted and pushed by both parties), which has obvious impacts on jobs, the economy, and public services. We’re going broke. The flood gates are open. And people are past being fed up. And this POS pushes this crap. And as bad as our problems are, Europe is now worse. Will be interesting to watch how the usual elite snobs over there deal with the obvious damage about to happen.

      • DeniseVB says:

        God I loved growing up with Italian immigrant grandparents. They could buy a whole chicken, a slab of pork or beef on Sunday and make meals for 7 days. Their house smelled like heaven always. Yet, I don’t ever remember pizza. “A slice” was a treat when we went downtown.

    • DeniseVB says:

      You know “under the weather” is a trigger phrase for me ? I haven’t checked the schedule, but I could put up something later if no one else is on deck😉

    • 1539days says:

      Cars were invented in America. Absolut Vodka is Swedish. Pizza is American. Kebabs in the US are made from American produce. The descendants of the English invented American democracy. Coffee is from the American continent. Oil is from Canada and Venezuela.

      What a dumbass.

    • swanspirit says:

      So what is her address ( San Francisco )and how many refugees can we sign her up for, personally?

  28. mothy67 says:

    Thank you. I am blinded for the forest because of trees.
    I knew archery was the way to go but I could not put it in words. I am very manic. I read every psych book. I tried therapy many times. I always get told I am a sexual abuse victim. I cannot get laid. I try. Anyhow I am manic. I feel like I am on overdrive.
    Archery is amazing. You have to be silent and listen to yourself. I never made Zen connection. On some level I knew it was good.
    I am so happy you showed me the connection.

  29. helenk3 says:

    the backtrack bunch must have a lot of pictures and negatives on congress. these things become law without a peep from the people who are supposed to make the laws

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