Monthly Archives: December 2011

Rootin’ Tootin’ Syrian Turmoil

As the old year ends, and the new year begins, Syria is now the rootin’ tootin’ land of the moment. What are called “activists” are shouting constantly about Syrian government atrocities. But Russia’s Pravda newspaper reports that these “activists” are … Continue reading

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Jap Sneak Attack on Dollar!

While decent Americans were enjoying Christmas day with friends and family, the nation of Japan launched a sneak attack on the U.S. dollar. “And those who dwell on the earth will rejoice over them and make merry and exchange presents…” … Continue reading

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Serious Syrians Wear Seersucker Suits

In the hot climes of Syria, serious Syrians wear seersucker suits. During the British colonial period seersucker was a popular material in Britain’s warm weather colonies. Earlier, during the Roman Empire colonial period, they had not yet invented seersucker. And … Continue reading

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Dollar Kicked Out!

Ever since the death of Kim Jong Il, the “Dear Leader” of North Korea (image shown), there have been strange signs. And today, a further sign has appeared: the U.S. dollar is being kicked out of trade between Japan and … Continue reading

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Angela Merkel, Lutheran Heretic

It has been learned that Angela Merkel (image shown), “Dear Leader” of Germany, is most likely a Lutheran. Frau Merkel is the daughter of one Horst Kasner, a Lutheran pastor. Martin Luther, the originator of the deadly Lutheran heresy, was … Continue reading

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Strange Dear Leader Signs

In the movie, “Team America,” we saw Kim Jong Il, the “Dear Leader” (image shown). But now the Dear Leader has died, and there is weeping and wailing throughout North Korea. Russia’s Pravda newspaper reports there have been “strange natural … Continue reading

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Fate of Martin Luther

Martin Luther (image left) helped invent the “faith alone (without works)” heresy. Luther died in 1546. So what became of Martin Luther in the afterlife? While he was “in the spirit,” Emanuel Swedenborg observed and spoke with Martin Luther in … Continue reading

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