Politics and Religion

mari and willy sittin' in a tree:
sappybullfighter 1132 reads
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It is surprising to see that someone as beholden to the rules of English written style and usage as you pretend to be whenever it suits you to completely forsake that most basic of spelling rules; "i" before "e," except after "c" to bust chops regarding mein, chow or otherwise.  It's good to know that you remove the cork jammed up yer ass at least occasionally to let it all hang-out with us common hoi polloi.

Also, it is a shock to see you overcome your innate nausea to side with that affable nincompoop, willy.  Both of you seem to enjoy the opportunity to pile-on together.  But, since both of you are devoted to following and promoting fascism in the guise of trendy liberalism with your every thought, word and deed, perhaps it's not all that surprising a development.

If we might put aside my "love affair with the green ones" and your seemingly quasi-erotic attachment to the wit and wisdom of willywonka and Eminem's "long pork" for just a small blink of the eye, might I point-out that you're rather off-base, off-point, and (may I suggest) off-putting in your support of what you claim to be the benign nature of Agenda 21.  It is neither the harmless paper tiger nor the nutjob conspiracy theory you both suggest.  It serves as the basis for most of the municipal and county planning now occurring in the US and many other countries.  "Its (Agenda 21) regulation would severely limit water, electricity, and transportation - even deny human access to our most treasured wilderness areas, it would monitor all lands and people. No one would be free from the watchful eye of the new global tracking and information system," according to Berit Kjos, author of Brave New Schools. The full implementation of Agenda 21 will have the effect of transforming the countries affected back to the level of feudal subsistence societies.

Regardez vous:

http://www.newswithviews.com/DeWeese/tom214.htm

et,

http://www.newswithviews.com/Morrison/joyce5.htm

et,

http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/res_agenda21_00.shtml?utm_source=OldRedirect&utm_medium=redirect&utm_content=dsd&utm_campaign=OldRedirect

I suppose that is all fine, at least as far as you and willy are concerned.  You both serve the same masters and probably think that will give you some sort of immunity and special privilege if the shit hits the fan.  It won't.  We're all bozos on that bus.





-- Modified on 5/30/2012 2:17:58 AM

mrnogood1453 reads

and if you guys don't wake up soon and start fighting this.. The new population centers of this once great nation will be inside the circles of this map http://www.america2050.org/images/2050_Map_Megaregions2008_150.png

If you do not already live inside one of these circles, I suppose they will take your home under imminent domain


Here is the main site for America 2050


I have no idea what you're freaking out about now.

sappybullfighter570 reads



You do realize that when you mention something like Agenda 21 in a place like this, it will have about the same impact on the local denizens as it would if you decided to lecture the Oogeldy-Boogeldy Tribe about the fine points of quantum physics in your very best North Jupiterian dialect.

Start with small steps, grasshopper:

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/15713

marikod249 reads

But, frankly, I wouldn’t mind if they took Eminem’s domain, as I’ve never liked that guy ever since he got to do a movie with Kim Basinger and I didn’t. And if they took M & M’s domain maybe a certainly portly poster would become well, less portly, although I admit to a lifetime love affair with the green ones.

     Or maybe he meant “imminent chow mein,” which wouldn’t be a bad idea as I’m kind of hungary, or maybe this is his way of inviting a certain missing portly poster to a quick lunch (“imminent chow, mein?”).

     But for those of you concerned that the United Nations will take your property by imminent domain, Eminem’s domain, M & M’s domain, imminent chow mein, or eminent domain, here is a helpful little primer on why that is not a concern.

Posted By: mrnogood
and if you guys don't wake up soon and start fighting this.. The new population centers of this once great nation will be inside the circles of this map http://www.america2050.org/images/2050_Map_Megaregions2008_150.png

If you do not already live inside one of these circles, I suppose they will take your home under imminent domain


Here is the main site for America 2050


mrnogood571 reads

to figure out what it is... But you won't cause you'd rather not know, what on earth is happening

You explain your batshit theories to us. I'm not going to do it.

You know, the thing I really miss about Mein, is that he would explain in intelligable English what his loony conspiracies theories were. The Space Cadet can barely manage not to drool all over hers keyboard posting links of her google searches.  

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...but very little commentary about what it is.

Strange, eh? Does it sound a little like...I dunno...A SCARE TACTIC?

What exactly is so scary about sustainability? Don't you think living in a world where human civilization as we know it today is UNSUSTAINABLE is a little more scary?

Anything that freaks the GOP out this much, is something that I think I can safely say is a good idea. (really, it does. check page 3 of this: http://www.gop.com/Images/CommsLogo/2012_wintermeeting_resolutions.pdf)

When the Black Plague hit Europe, as many as a third to half of all Europeans died. As a result, the number of people in the labor force collapsed. This sent wages sky high, and it created the first middle class in the history of the Western world. People for the first time had leisure time to work on art, literature, music, and scientific discovery. It led to the Renaissance, and later the Enlightenment, whichout which, the United States wouldn't have happened.

Right now we would need 8 planet earths if everyone lived the way I do, and I actually work on making my life sustainable. For this reason, at this very second, there are a billion people on this planet who are starving.

The population of the human race has exploded in the last 100 years. That population growth was only made possible by cheap energy: oil. Without it, human civilization collapses. The scary part is that we're running out of oil.

We don't have many good options:

1) We could work to make human existance sustainable.
2) We could abandon the notion of human civilization.
3) We could do nothing, and wait for disaster to strike.

Take your pick, Crazy.

sappybullfighter1133 reads


It is surprising to see that someone as beholden to the rules of English written style and usage as you pretend to be whenever it suits you to completely forsake that most basic of spelling rules; "i" before "e," except after "c" to bust chops regarding mein, chow or otherwise.  It's good to know that you remove the cork jammed up yer ass at least occasionally to let it all hang-out with us common hoi polloi.

Also, it is a shock to see you overcome your innate nausea to side with that affable nincompoop, willy.  Both of you seem to enjoy the opportunity to pile-on together.  But, since both of you are devoted to following and promoting fascism in the guise of trendy liberalism with your every thought, word and deed, perhaps it's not all that surprising a development.

If we might put aside my "love affair with the green ones" and your seemingly quasi-erotic attachment to the wit and wisdom of willywonka and Eminem's "long pork" for just a small blink of the eye, might I point-out that you're rather off-base, off-point, and (may I suggest) off-putting in your support of what you claim to be the benign nature of Agenda 21.  It is neither the harmless paper tiger nor the nutjob conspiracy theory you both suggest.  It serves as the basis for most of the municipal and county planning now occurring in the US and many other countries.  "Its (Agenda 21) regulation would severely limit water, electricity, and transportation - even deny human access to our most treasured wilderness areas, it would monitor all lands and people. No one would be free from the watchful eye of the new global tracking and information system," according to Berit Kjos, author of Brave New Schools. The full implementation of Agenda 21 will have the effect of transforming the countries affected back to the level of feudal subsistence societies.

Regardez vous:

http://www.newswithviews.com/DeWeese/tom214.htm

et,

http://www.newswithviews.com/Morrison/joyce5.htm

et,

http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/res_agenda21_00.shtml?utm_source=OldRedirect&utm_medium=redirect&utm_content=dsd&utm_campaign=OldRedirect

I suppose that is all fine, at least as far as you and willy are concerned.  You both serve the same masters and probably think that will give you some sort of immunity and special privilege if the shit hits the fan.  It won't.  We're all bozos on that bus.





-- Modified on 5/30/2012 2:17:58 AM

marikod493 reads

Sorry, I only shell out my earned bucks for 9s and 10s.

       As for Agenda 21, my post addressed only the OP's fear that the UN would engage in "imminent domain" to take the properties of those of us not so centrally located. I thought it helpful to relieve the poor boy's fear by explaining thru the link how eminent domain actually works.

are you saying I don't? I had a few disappointments early in my hobbying before I knew what I was doing, but that's ancient history now.

marikod321 reads

and refers to you as a hypothetical reviewee rather reviewer.

     My posts on this thread - aside from being utterly "assinine and inane"- are all about word play, not substance.

How did you miss that? You want to get into substance with MrNogood?

I'd forgotten what you said in your previous posts. Here I was thinking you were insulting my sense of taste.

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