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smatt584 Report This Comment
Date: September 28, 2004 11:49PM

that guy reminds me of my shop teacher
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: January 18, 2005 12:26AM

that guy should be taken out and shot. stuff like that isn't even funny
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 28, 2005 02:18AM

Ha. Ha. fucking Dahmer piece of shit!
Zalfir Report This Comment
Date: May 01, 2006 01:58PM

Such a freindly smile...
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 27, 2024 10:46AM

Let me guess, a yank in the picture, a yank posted it and a yank thought it funny. I will not miss that nation - bye!
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: March 28, 2024 03:00AM

Anon, you certainly have a lot of contempt for a country that you have never been to...
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 29, 2024 05:10AM

And I'm never going there. The Pentagon funded the disarmament campaigns in Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and India, intending to take these places over in an enlarged america, by first killing anyone who would resist. See the articles, possibly from the archive:

Sporting Shooters Association of Australia, Press Release c-1998.
Fairfax - GOOD WEEKEND, 5 April 1997 "In The Firing Line" by Sonya Voumard
ISSN 1443-8607 Vol 1 Number 2 Nov. 2000.
American Rifleman - by Daniel T. McElrath, July 2000 p.13
Various Internet sites re Soros and "Gun Control" advocate posted articles
Fairfax - GOOD WEEKEND, 5 April 1997 "In The Firing Line" by Sonya Voumard
Murder By Injection by Eustace Mullins 1988, p.224
American NRA's ILA article, "Canada: where registration equals confiscation" American Rifleman, March 2001, p.67-69.
Serial Killers Part II, by Carol Greene and David Hammer (c-1990) p.11.

They also taught the idea that people are like animals and (governments?) like the farmer: A farmer's animals are tame, he kills one and eats it in front of the rest. They remain loyal and eat out of his hand. I think that's exactly how I heard it.

People like me who opposed banning guns were purged from the universities, employment, social and community groups, including churches, in the places were the influential live (look up Australia's 'voice' referendum results and the map for Sydney's north is one I could have drawn from my experiences). The idea is that dissent to political decisions is a genetic defect. So cut those genes out of the pool. I said it would be done again when the next subject was chosen and was ridiculed for it. Mocked. You just saw it happen again over refusal to take an experimental jab that failed its clinical trials, but carried a high profit margin.

The mRNA also turns out to be toxic. Myocarditis, pericarditis, DNA changes, particularly in the liver (and it's a virus that targets liver conditions), and now the cancers are starting.

But once the shock hit that Christ promoted weapons ownership (in late 1999) what did they think would happen? That America would still be their friend? Pigs fly. America is no one's friend, no one's ally. I even pointed out in 2000 that the deal is off now. And no one paid attention.

This was only possible if you see people as modified pond scum, and decision makers as superior pond scum. One way it's put is that all other groups are like heaps of what you flush. They have been told. They are too stupid to notice.

"They have been told, they are too stupid to notice", and "Political doctrine is always for fools to believe". Are things I learned in politically connected circles in Sydney's north, when I had never heard of 'Moderates' and thought the 'Conservatives' were the Liberal Party. And I learned about political cynicism.