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A SHOUTOUT TO BACKBONE

Typical Obama supporters - mindless and unquestioning fascists - are in sharp contrast to the spirited citizens of other countries

Typical Obama supporters – mindless and unquestioning fascists – are in sharp contrast to the spirited citizens of other countries

Welcome back to Balladeer’s Blog, the only site on the web that is truly nonpartisan in its criticism of American Liberals and American Conservatives. I just wanted to make a quick shoutout to the Ukraine where the people took to the streets and their Parliament, which has far more backbone than the United States Congress does, stayed true to their constituents and saw through the ouster of their abusive chief executive.

Even in Venezuela people are taking to the streets hoping to squeeze a little freedom out of their oppressive government so I’ll throw a shoutout their way, too. And maybe even a belated shoutout to the people of Egypt for refusing to accept Barack Obama’s stooge Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood.

That kind of dynamic activity is in stark contrast to the United States, where we Continue reading

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MUSLIM PREACHER OKAY WITH RAPING WOMEN

Abu IslamEgyptian Salafi preacher Ahmad Mahmoud Abdullah, also called “Abu Islam”, has stated that raping women in Tahrir square is justified. He further stated that they “got what they deserved” and were “without shame”. His hate-filled misogynist rant has been translated in its entirety from El Arabiya and also includes mindless drivel about how the female protestors should “practice their femininity”. 

This story and last week’s news item about a Saudi preacher raping, torturing and murdering his five year old daughter are just the latest reminders of the kind of superstitious savagery tha Continue reading

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MYTHOLOGY: THE EGYPTIAN GOD SOPED

SOPED – This deity was the hawk-headed god who guarded the roadway that connected Lower Egypt and Upper Egypt. At the road’s beginning in Lower Egypt stood a temple devoted to Soped, and at its terminus in Upper Egypt stood a temple to Continue reading

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