The old Satanist wearing the Vietnam Veteran cap I wrote about a couple of weeks ago was at the coin laundry again. He was telling me the difference between Satanists and devil worshipers, which he isn’t one of, he says.
“Even the devil worshipers,” he explained, “Just aren’t all that evil. They try, but it’s mostly just waving a bloody shirt at it.”
“Devil worshipers try but can’t pull it off?” Me, thinking this over.
“That’s right. You’d think there’d be plenty of evil for them to get into, but the really evil people don’t want anything to do with them. Not even the somewhat evil people, Catholics, Jews, Baptists and Muslims. They find out a person’s a devil worshiper they think poorly of him. Even when they’re jumping the hurdles for award-winning evil.”
Shaking my head. “I never knew that. You’d think especially Catholics and Zionists and Muslims would open their arms and their hearts to honest-to-goodness no-shit devil worshipers. Why is that, do you think?”
He shook his head, too. “I don’t know why it is. I’m not a devil worshiper and I’m not any of those others. I’m just a Satanist trying to get through life as best I can. But if I wanted to be really evil I’d have one hell of a time managing to do it. I wouldn’t know where to start.”
Posted in 2013, America, Spirituality
Tagged Christian, culture, devil worshipers, evil, Human Behavior, humor, Jews, Life, lifestyle, Muslim, religion, Satanist, senior citizens, society, sociology, zionist
See readers, there you are. I haven’t even barely just wrapped my atrophied mind around the USSR spang being a little bitty pissant place but what damned if it doesn’t threaten to get smaller.
And naturally it’s worrying the bejesus out of the same people who used to fret and chew their fingernails about it being the WHEW great big old USSR. And then the ones who discovered they were scared crapless of it when it was little bitty.
So now, nobody less than the freaking Heritage Foundation’s running around in increasingly small circles because Oh shit oh dear it might get even smaller.
But you gotta remember these are the same people who fret over the threat North freaking Korea is to the peace and dignity of the United States. And the threat Iran is to the United States. And the ugly threat Syria is to the United States.
I’m thinking the whole damned thing is an effort to keep the Chosen People from recognizing the obvious fact we need to invade Mexico, soonest. Then wossname, Guatamala. And anything else that gets in the way between there and the Panama Canal.
Russia? Haaaa! Russia’s never done anything for the US besides Catherine the Great fornicating with famous US sailor sailor John Paul Jones reverse cowboy style. It’s all been downhill since then. Unless we can find another John Paul Jones to send over there what the hell does a little bitty pissant Russia have to do with anything?
Posted in America, Current Issues, Government, Politics
Tagged catherine the great, culture, Education, History, Human Behavior, humor, john paul jones, Life, lifestyle, reverse cowboy, society, sociology
My friend Chuck in Illinois read the previous previous post and emailed me this. Evidently there are other people out there among the citizenry who don’t trust the government and the two-part harmony being hummed by Democrats and Republicans in Washinton DC.
Major Military Movements Spotted Inside the CONUS Possibly for Domestic Use
As the Corporation of the United States (D.C.) skates by on the verge of bankruptcy, military activity has been ramping up in FEMA Region III
FEMA and Military equipment [not related] (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
By Shepard Ambellas
October 1, 2013
FEMA REGION III (DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, WV) — Major U.S. military equipment movements have been documented over the last week. However, surprisingly enough, it appears the build-up could potentially be for use in domestic martial law rather than the looming conflict in Syria.
According to one report, 3 large military trucks driving in a secure convoy delivered thousands of signs to a few various military installations reading, “Martial Law in Effect”. It was said that the 3 trucks traveled only in an organized convoy even after making several stops at local military bases to offload. It was reported that one leery military employee questioned his superior about the signs and got a response back that the signs were for use in another country. The employee then asked why the signs were written in english.
This all falls lockstep with major military vehicle and equipment movements spotted in Delaware on Monday.
Some wonder if the recent activity somehow ties to the coming simulated cyber-attack drill which some believe will go live initiating martial law in America as a beta test. The drill is set to take place November 13-14, 2013. The NYTimes.comreported, “One goal of the drill, called GridEx II, is to explore how governments would react as the loss of the grid crippled the supply chain for everyday necessities.”  Although it is unknown at this time what may truly happen, all of this comes at an opportune time.
The Heritage Foundation recently held a conference where Ilan Berman, American Foreign Policy Council, spoke on the coming Russian crisis and how it will drastically affect America. Berman broke down his thoughts about what we will soon be looking at on a “world stage”. “Russia may appear strong now internationally, but internally it’s approaching a transformation […] every bit as earth-shattering as the collapse of the Soviet Union was some two decades ago.” Berman went on to talk about sustainable population rates, explaining that countries need to main a population rate of at least 2.1 to sustain human growth. Russia falls at 1.6, meaning that by 2050 the “entire Russian Federation will shrink down to one-quarter.”
 Thousands of MARTIAL LAW Signs Spotted By Truck Load In Illinois –YouTube.com
 Alert: Strange Activity in FEMA Region 3 – YouTube.com
 As Worries Over the Power Grid Rise, a Drill Will Simulate a Knockout Blow –NYTimes.com
 GridEx II / GridSecCon Update, Grid Security Exercise / Grid Security Conference 2013 – SPP.org
 Region III: DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, WV – FEMA.gov
 Implosion: The End of Russia and What It Means for America
Posted in 2013, America
Tagged culture, economy, Events, government, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, politics, psychology, society, sociology
Hi readers. Thanks for coming by for a read.
The hmmm government is shut down. Federal holiday of sorts, I reckons.
NSA’s almost certainly still bugging your phone today. Homeland Security people are sitting around backyard barbeques bouncing around ideas for the next terrorist scare. The war profiteers are still working three shifts trying to find computers fast enough to tally up the money they’re making, but months behind in doing it. International Bankers are sitting around boardrooms thinking up reasons they need bailing out with a government injection.
But, the hmm government’s shut down. Scary stuff.
Imagine all the stuff government does that won’t get done today. Without anyone noticing it, all kinds of stuff I can’t think of right now isn’t getting done, and if I had any inkling what it was it would probably rattle me down to my bootheels.
Heck, what if that stuff doesn’t get done tomorrow? Or ten years from now? Hells bells, eventually someone would notice. Scaryscaryscary.
But what’s going on is intended to fill the heads of people who pay attention to what the government is doing. Assume, for the sake of the argument, this whole thing is theater. An illusion of drama to keep everyone focused.
Where is the goat with the golden horns? What is ACTUALLY going on someone doesn’t want you seeing because you’re too busy worrying the FDA and US Department of Agriculture are home not protecting you from genetic modified food grains and Monsanto?
Where’s the goat with the gold plated horns?
I don’t know the answer and I’m not searching for one. But if I were I’d stand as much chance for success as I’d have going to Israel collecting money for the Palestinian Relief Fund.
Likely as not it’s something fairly large though. The dust will settle, the government will go back to work, and you can bet there’ll be something brand, spanking new crept onto the scene when you weren’t looking.
Posted in 2013, America, Government, Human Behavior
Tagged culture, economy, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, politics, senior citizens, society, sociology