A Final Warning

Via Maggie’s Farm.

10 responses to “A Final Warning

  1. As someone smarter than myself pointed out: Orwell was correct except for the “abolition of the orgasm”. Instead of abolishing it, “they” made it ubiquitous, diminishing it.
    Also: “if a boot is stomping on your face, it doesn’t matter if it’s a left boot or right boot.”

  2. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  3. Stealth Spaniel

    Maybe it’s just me, but between Orwell’s prediction and nuclear war-I’ll take nuclear war. I’d rather live my life in all of its colorful changes, then spend 100 years of grey slavery.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      That’s why we don’t leave the choice up to you!
      -Your Friendly Neighborhood Elites

  4. Hadenoughalready


  5. Clint Walker

    Innocence, beauty and love… all under attack. Good and decent men will have to do much violence to give it back to out children.

  6. The Usual Suspect

    Welcome to the FUSA !

  7. Don’t forget folks! TB is also making a come back, in a big way, being imported by illegal aliens and imported moslem scum. Depending on your general health when you get it, with proper treatment and medicine, it takes 18 months to 3 and a half years to be cured of it, of course with the resultant lung damage and diminishment. The old, and the very young, well, you get the picture. As many as 10 million died of it in America, back in the day. Stay away from crowds, and do not bring your hands to your mouth or nose if you have to be in crowds, until you can sanitize them. A mask sounds like a good idea.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      You can’t really be “cured” of TB. It still cycles in your system, but is inactive. Should you have inactive TB and run into someone who has active TB (especially the Resistant or Extremely Resistant strains), yours may go active again.

  8. two knives

    The problem, it seems to me, is that American never acts, only reacts. By the time we figure out we have been sold out it will be too late. Read the 1930’s book by Upton Sinclair, “It Can’t Happen Here” (which Frank Zappa later appropriated for his classic song).There are many signs but we choose not to see them.The blue pill always wins in “Merica”.