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May 13 2013

Open Thread


Compliments of Stormfax.

May 13 2013

Who Would Want to Work in America?

Originally, if the people didn’t like their elected representatives, they would replace them. Now it works the other way around.

A familiar face from the smash hit video It’s Free Swipe Yo EBT helps us understand that the demographic transformation of America into a country more to the liking of our oligarchical collectivist ruling class didn’t begin with the Gang of Eight Quislings’ amnesty bill:

The point of this social engineering? To ensure that takers outnumber makers, so that socialists can never lose an election.

Via Weasel Zippers, on a tip from Ummah Gummah.

May 13 2013

Roadside America

Wherever there is a need, capitalism will step in to see that it is met — even under Obama:


Via 100 Percent FED Up, on a tip from G. Fox.

May 13 2013

Separated at Birth?

Can you tell which is the true Cornholio?


Via BCN, on a tip from Zilla.

May 13 2013

Terrorist Groupies Crush Big on Dzhokhar

Barack Hussein Obama was elected not despite but because of his Islamic background and sympathies and having a name that nearly combines our worst recent enemies at the time he was elected, Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden. Besides being black, what other qualification did he have? This bizarre form of depravity still afflicts the young and foolhardy:

Thousands of American teen girls are crushing on Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar “Jahar” Tsarnaev, 19 — and leading a social-media movement to exonerate him.

The swooning teens will not accept allegations that the bushy-haired college kid — whom they refer to by his nickname, “Jahar” — and his brother, Tamerlan, 26, killed three and maimed hundreds by setting off bombs at the April 15 race and killed an MIT police officer during the ensuing manhunt.

While some scrawl the hashtag “#FreeJahar” on their hands with markers, an 18-year-old in Topeka, Kansas, is going to the extreme — she wants the Dzhokhar’s words inked on her arm forever.

“Getting one of Jahar’s tweets tattooed on me tomorrow. Guess you could say I’m a #FreeJahar supporter,” “@keepitbluntedd” tweeted on May 7.

The tatted-up teen, Alisha, told The Post she’d soon put Tsarnaev’s April 7 tweet on her upper inside of her arm. It will read, “If you have the knowledge and the inspiration all that’s left is to take action.”

What sort of action? This sort.

This is why Dzhokhar needs to be executed. If the protégé of Bill Ayers — who was involved in similar terrorist activities — could be elected president in part by swooning bubbleheads, why not the junior Tsarnaev brother?

Teen heartthrob.

On tips from Wiggins, Sean C, and The Only Other Conservative in Seattle.

May 13 2013

United Nations Wants Us to Eat Bugs

What will life be like when the kooks infesting the United Nations achieve their objective of totalitarian control on behalf of the oppressed and the planet? For one thing, our diet will change:

Edible insects are being promoted as a low-fat, high-protein food for people, pets and livestock. According to the U.N., they come with appetizing side benefits: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and livestock pollution, creating jobs in developing countries and feeding the millions of hungry people in the world.

According to the UN masterminds, bugs have less fat per gram than ground beef, and are chock full of healthy minerals, although they admit that flies and termites are less popular than tastier beetles and wasps.

More importantly,

Insects on average can convert 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of feed into 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) of edible meat. In comparison, cattle require 8 kilograms (17.6 pounds) of feed to produce a kilogram of meat. Most insects raised for food are likely to produce fewer environmentally harmful greenhouse gases than livestock, the U.N. agency says.

You may not like the idea of bugs sinking their evil mandibles into your tongue as they wriggle in your mouth, or of their yellow pus-like innards exploding down your throat when you bite down, but your personal preferences are of little concern when the best interests of the planet are involved.

Bugs figure into other ingenious schemes:

A 3 million euro ($4 million) European Union-funded research project is studying the common housefly to see if a lot of flies can help recycle animal waste by essentially eating it while helping to produce feed for animals such as chickens. Right now farmers can only use so much manure as fertilizer and many often pay handsome sums for someone to cart away animal waste and burn it.

A South African fly factory that rears the insects en masse to transform blood, guts, manure and discarded food into animal feed has won a $100,000 U.N.-backed innovation prize.

That is, the pointy-headed moonbats aspiring to world domination through transnational bureaucracies like the EU and UN want to unleash massive swarms of flies, like a Biblical plague.

When the flies are done eating the manure, we can eat the flies. This sort of efficiency should soon allow us to dispense with the last remnants of exploitative economic freedom.

eating bugs

On a tip from Muddypaw.

May 13 2013

Professor Studies Moonbat Cults

Not all Connecticut academics can achieve the apex of moonbattery that is Yale. But they can try:

Joseph Manzella has experienced the holiness of hugging.

He’s also visited a spiritual tree village in the Italian Alps, met with eco-evangelists in North Carolina and chanted with Taize monks in France.

None of these are mainstream religions, per se. But they’re all about faith.

“We’re talking here about people who leave mainstream religions, but have some sense of spirituality. They still believe in God,” said Manzella, an anthropology professor at Southern Connecticut State University. “What is it they’re seeking? What are they looking for?”

If Professor Manzella is like other academic researchers, we can guess what he’s seeking: grant money, much of which is provided at our expense by the government. For an idea of what taxpayers are getting for the money, check out this video believed to be of the eco-evangelists mentioned above. You may have sniggered at these moonbats before:

Here’s what he discovered at the tree village:

“It was like the Ewok village in ‘Star Wars,’” Manzella said. “I visited a guy who was creating music from the emotions of plants.”

I wonder if the music sounds anything like Peter Gabriel.

“Sometimes the leaders are sincere and sometimes you sense a little phoniness” the nutty professor admits. “But it’s hard to make judgments. I’m impressed by the seeking.”

Actually, it’s very easy to make judgments. Fun too.

On tips from Infidel Joe.

May 13 2013

Caption Contest Winner

The weekend caption contest results are in:

hillary what difference benghazi

Second runner up:

“I coulda been a contender!”
— Jon Brooks

First runner up:

“…and I would have gotten away with it, too, if it wasn’t for you meddling kids.”
— David

The winner:

“Made it, Ma! Top of the world!”
— artfldgr

Congratulations, artfldgr. You have earned a free t-shirt from the ever-expanding selection at Party Crasher.

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