Thursday, December 31, 2015




The shooting happened near the historic fortress in Derbent, a UNESCO World Heritage site - AFP/File / Ilyas Hajji
MOSCOW: The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a shooting at an ancient citadel in Russia’s volatile North Caucasus region of Dagestan that killed one and injured 11, the SITE Intelligence Group said.
“With the help of Allah, the warriors of the Khalifate were able to attack a group of Russian special service officers in the city of Derbent in southern Dagestan, killing one officer and injuring the others,” the jihadist monitoring organisation SITE quoted IS as saying several hours after Wednesday’s deadly attack. – AFP


Mutti Merkel traitor
The German government has a solution to the crime problem that is already exploding as a result of the hijrah, a.k.a. the “refugee” crisis. Hide it from the public:
Asylum seekers are being recruited across the country as cheap drug dealers as well as petty thieves, says German newspaper, Bild – the biggest daily paper in the country.
The paper accused the police of covering up the extent of migrant crimes in order to stop concerns among the general population. … [T]he paper said that all of the officials dealing with the problem had been ordered not to talk about it, as it was an extremely sensitive subject that has been forbidden to be referred to in an ‘offensive manner’.
We certainly would not want to talk about crime in a way that would offend criminals.
The reason given by the paper was to avoid alarming the general public already concerned with the vast number of asylum seekers the country has allowed in, but also to avoid providing material for right-wing extremists.
If they don’t want to alarm the public, they should refrain from importing over 1 million overwhelmingly Muslim colonists in a single year. If they don’t want to provide material for right-wing extremists, they shouldn’t confirm the impression that the current government is not truthful and cannot be trusted to side with the native population against hostile foreigners.
Mutti Merkel’s moonbat regime imported five times more immigrants in 2015 than 2014. There will be no shortage in 2016 or ever — virtually all of them from the perpetually dysfunctional Middle East and Africa.



This sure won’t help recent college grads struggling to pay off their massive student loans — unless of course they are foreigners:
Obama is preparing a colossal new executive action that could print-up work permits for a huge number of foreign white-collar graduates every year, above and beyond the levels set by Congress. …
The 181-page rule focuses primarily on giving work-permits to foreign college-grads who will compete against Americans for white collar jobs, despite the large number of American graduates now stuck in lower-wage positions and struggling to pay off college debts. The rule will also make each foreign graduate much cheaper for U.S. employers to hire than many U.S.-born college grads.
Meanwhile, the workforce participation rate has cratered. We don’t need workers; we need jobs.
Obama’s hostility to the American people could not be more obvious. At this point he is all but openly sneering, “What are you going to do about it?”
Relying on the Republicans who were elected in 2014 explicitly to stop Obama is useless. They could have prevented him from inflicting this, but…
In April, [countermoonbat Senator Jeff] Sessions proposed language to reduce and cap the number of work-permits — dubbed “Employment Authorization Documents” — that could be distributed to foreign workers each year. Sessions’ recommendation was rejected by GOP and Democratic leaders in Congress, and so House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)’s December omnibus is enabling the president’s new executive action.
The objective is to destroy the country by progressively reducing its core population to a minority. Afterwards, a new country can be created, inferior in every way, but more suitable to oligarchical collectivist rule.


My Recipe MagicDecember 11 at 8:01pm

2 tbsp. Fresh Parsley, chopped
1 tsp. Old Bay Seasoning
1 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
Place crabmeat in a mixing bowl, picking any stray shell fragments out. Add crushed crackers, Old Bay Seasoning & parsley to the crab. In a separate bowl, combine egg, mustard, lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce. Whip with a whisk until smooth. Pour egg mixture over the crabmeat and crackers and gently mix careful not to break up large lumps of crabmeat. Mold into golfball sized balls and place on a cookie sheet. Bake @ 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Drizzle w/ melted butter and allow to cool.


Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Chick-fil-A Cole Slaw

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Everyone seems to be wondering why Muslim Terrorists are so quick to commit suicide.

Let’s have a look at the evidence:

– No Christmas
– No television
– No nude women
– No football
– No pork chops
– No hot dogs
– No burgers
– No beer
– No bacon
– Rags for clothes
– Towels for hats
– Constant wailing from a tower
– More than one wife
– More than one mother in law
– You can’t shave
– Your wife can’t shave
– You can’t wash off the smell of donkey
– You cook over burning camel shit
– Your wife is picked by someone else for you
– and your wife smells worse than your donkey

Then they tell you that “when you die, it all gets better”??

Well helloooooo, Sherlock!…. It’s not like it could get much worse!!

Tuesday, December 29, 2015





BERLIN: In a year of crises for Europe, from the Ukraine war to Greece’s debt turmoil to the historic refugee influx, Germany’s Angela Merkel emerged as the continent’s de facto leader, drawing more praise and fire than ever.
Whether spearheading EU diplomacy with Moscow, bargaining with Athens over tough bail-out terms or responding to the world’s biggest refugee wave since World War II — Merkel was in the middle, again and again.
At a time of growing uncertainty and division in Europe, the pragmatic quantum chemist whom Germans call “Mutti”, or mummy, preached fiscal rectitude and humanitarian principles, often drawing a mixed response.
Her unusually bold move to throw open Germany’s doors to Syrian refugees has particularly battered her long-stellar poll ratings at home, and left the leader of Europe’s top economy isolated on key issues in the 28-member EU.
“2015 has been an incredible year, hard to comprehend really,” said the 61-year-old chancellor, who is not usually given to hyperbole, at a congress of her centre-right party this month.
“I’ve never experienced such a rapid sequence of highly significant events.”
That was quite a statement for the Protestant pastor’s daughter, who grew up behind the Iron Curtain and lived through the fall of the Berlin Wall a quarter-century ago.
‘Historic challenge’An asylum seeker takes a selfie picture with German Chancellor Angela Merkel following her visit to a camp for asylum-seekers in Berlin in September 2015 - DPA/AFP / Bernd Von Jutrczenka
An asylum seeker takes a selfie picture with German Chancellor Angela Merkel following her visit to a camp for asylum-seekers in Berlin in September 2015 - DPA/AFP / Bernd Von Jutrczenka
An asylum seeker takes a selfie picture with German Chancellor Angela Merkel following her visit to a camp for asylum-seekers in Berlin in September 2015 – DPA/AFP / Bernd Von Jutrczenka

Many Germans, however, now have doubts, fearing that Merkel, their trusted guarantor of stability, is plunging the country into chaos.
Polls point to growing fears about the influx of mostly Muslims, a right-wing populist party has been gathering steam and there has been a spike in racist hate crimes.
“Germany is definitely split,” said Oskar Niedermayer of Berlin’s Free University.
“In general, Merkel and her work are still very highly regarded, but on the refugee crisis a majority think she is pursuing the wrong policy.”
At the party congress, Merkel conceded that the refugee influx – “a rendezvous with globalisation” – presented an “enormous” task and would change the country forever.
“It is a historic challenge for Europe, and I say we want Europe to meet this challenge,” she said, to thundering applause. “And I am convinced it will.”
Niedermayer said that Merkel, in her best speech so far, had “bought herself a few months, but not more” while voters and her own party base would likely grow more impatient.
“That’s why 2016 will be the true acid test.” – AFP