On Thursday, July 30th, police in Georgia were seeking to identify who it was who laid Confederate flags on the ground at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. The FBI’s joint terrorism task force is also involved in the quest. 
Field Marshall Michael von Moore, revered leader of Mike’s Militia, surveyed the battlefield after the June 17th demonic attack upon the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, allegedly perpetrated by Dylann Storm Roof. Von Moore took out his binoculars and espied Confederate flags in the region. Like Pavlov’s dogs connecting bells with food, Field Marshall von Moore connected the church shootings with Confederate flags. (Background: Set a Watchman for Confederate Flag, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, July 20, 2015.)
It is suspected that the insertion of Confederate flags onto the grounds of the Ebenezer Baptist Church this week could have been a counter-intelligence operation by Mike’s Militia. This operation, it is theorized, would have been designed to keep tensions about the controversial Confederate symbol from fading away.
It has also been learned that Field Marshall von Moore has been working on a stealth movie, Where to Invade Next, set to premiere at the Toronto film festival in September. Knowing how the Field Marshall is obsessed with the Confederate flag, it would not be a surprise if any such flags are unearthed in the film at the Joint Chiefs of Staff, surreptitiously planted by Mike’s Militia counter-intelligence.
I myself have been experiencing queasy bowels, halitosis, and the heartbreak of psoriasis. Might not the Confederate flag be to blame?
In Greece, there is “secesh” talk (secessionist talk). Many Greeks want to secede from the Union (European Union). It is urged that people buy Confederate flags and send them to Greece.
Spain, Portugal, Ireland and possibly Scotland are also in the potential secessionist ranks. It is foreseen these nations will join with Greece in an anti-Union confederacy.
The news of the stealthy planting of Confederate flags at the Ebenezer Baptist Church is the only item worthy of note this past week, unless you want to count the Cecil the lion story. A dentist, Walter Palmer, is being mobbed about the killing of a lion, affectionately known as Cecil, in Zimbabwe. The Russia Today news reports upon a secret document unveiled by Wikileaks which casts additional light upon the kitty cat killing. “A 2008’s classified memo signed by James D McGee, the-then US ambassador to Zimbabwe, has revealed that the US government knew about and approved of its citizens going trophy hunting to South Africa, says WikiLeaks.” 
An “animal psychic” claims to have received a “message from the beyond” from the departed Cecil, reports Time magazine. One Karen Anderson, “animal communicator”, conveys that the cute kitty urges us all not to allow darkness to enter our hearts. Ms. Anderson was moved to tears when the spirit of Cecil turned the other cheek in exemplary Christian fashion and encouraged devotees to “Bring Light and Love and we will rise above this.” 
“Mendax” is a Latin word meaning “given to lying, false, mendacious.”  From “Mendax” comes the English word, “Mendacity,” meaning “a lie, falsehood.”  In the Tennessee Williams play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Big Daddy asks his son, Brick, “What’s that smell in this room? Didn’t you notice it, Brick? Didn’t you notice a powerful and obnoxious odor of mendacity in this room?… There ain’t nothin’ more powerful than the odor of mendacity… You can smell it. It smells like death.”
Each week there is an eruption of loud mendacity, also known as “Big Crisis.” This week wasn’t too bad, just the Confederate flag idiocy and the Cecil the lion purr-blind opacity. Still I am constantly being sidetracked in my studies by loudmouth mobile vulgus which erupts faithfully like a geyser at Yellowstone National Park. Perhaps they fear that without making noise of some type they might cease to exist. Still, they are noisy and flipped out about whatever it is each week. What will the next “Old Faithful” distraction be? Oh well, back to my studies.
——- Sources ——-
 “2 sought for their ‘provocative’ act”, Associated Press. Published in the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, July 31, 2015, page A-4.
 “US govt never minded Americans killing rare lions before Cecil – WikiLeaks document”, Russia Today, July 31, 2015. http://on.rt.com/6o68
 “Animal Psychic Claims Cecil the Lion Has Shared a Very Profound Message”, by Samantha Grossman. Time magazine (online), July 31, 2015. http://time.com/3980062/cecil-the-lion-animal-psychic/
 Elementary Latin Dictionary, by Charlton T. Lewis, Ph.D. Oxford University Press, 2000.
 Webster’s New World College Dictionary, Fourth Edition. Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2010.