Meanwhile In The Mindless World Of Leftards ……. Salon



The brutality of Hiroshima and Nagasaki echoes in Ferguson and Iraq today

Yeh, Salon, because Iraq and Ferguson are so alike …… which is nothing like Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  You morons!


h/t Twitchy

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32 Responses to Meanwhile In The Mindless World Of Leftards ……. Salon

  1. DirkH says:

    That liberal arts education works wonders for the human mind!

  2. Latitude says:

    You might have mis-read that…

    They could have been talking about blacks and ISIS

  3. Latitude says:

    …fits right in with the mindless leftard theme

    Trump dips Megan’s pony tail in the inkwell… at 11

    Bernie puts a whole new meaning to crowd control…..not a word

    • kim2ooo says:


    • DirkH says:

      Thanks. I love watching reasonable people debate.

      Hey those are the same people who always demand “RESPECT”, right?

    • Latitude says:

      Here’s the problem I see…
      This was f’in dangerous!
      Bernie is from Vermont, where people do not do this. He’s not prepared for the real world. No cops, no security…..
      ..and these are the same people that have no clue about what’s coming across our southern border

  4. leftinflagstaff says:

    Ok, I’ll play….the brutality of Pearl Harbor echoes in Islam today.

  5. leftinflagstaff says:

    Probably. I just picked Pearl because it’s the only reason we’ve ever heard of Hiro and Naga…

  6. DirkH says:

    Very weird: German state media make propaganda for race war in America by spouting extremist leftist lies about death of Michael Brown in Ferguson one year ago, consciously omitting that the cop shot in self defense.
    I don’t think they are quite as dumb, as Tagesschau is a very well oiled propaganda machine, it’s the news magazine of 6 bn EUR a year-funded ARD.
    (source article: )
    It looks like an attempt by the German state to revenge-destabilize the USA.
    (As always, reader comments provide the real historic account. Funny that they didn’t delete them.)

    • DirkH says:

      ” to revenge-destabilize the USA.”

      Hmm, that makes no sense, as an article distributed only in the German language cannot have any effect on that. It’s an attempt to build up anti-US-regime-sentiment in Germany.

  7. Latitude says:

    I love this….

    I Will Always Remember Where I Was When Cecil The Lion Was Killed

    • DirkH says:

      BTW re ISIS; German state medium Deutsche Welle interviews boss of Kurdish party who took 13% of the vote in Turkey. She accuses Turkey of supporting ISIS.
      Again, remarkable is not that Erdogan supports ISIS or that a Kurd knows this but that the completely controlled German state media airs it.
      There’s a disruption in the force. I heard a million treasuries scream and die.

      • Latitude says:

        Dirk, I’m Swede so I can read some of that…but not enough to get it all!

        • DirkH says:

          Ah, it’s not that interesting; Turkey will descend into total mayhem if Erdogan doesn’t disappear IMHO. His disappearance would thwart the NATO/US efforts to get Assad though, and also remove the immigration pressure from Germany, so the US will support him. And just as if ordered, now some shiny new US planes have arrived to support Erdogans war on the Kurds, ahem, on ISIS I mean.

          As the US increases the CHAOS PRESSURE, the need for relief becomes an irresistible urge for the entire world. The encrypted telephone lines between Germany, Russia and China must be white hot by now.

        • DirkH says:

          Oh and guess who sells the oil that ISIS steals into the market, Erdogan’s son, who had already coordinated the Iranian Gold-for-Oil deals while the sanctions were still on.

  8. Latitude says:

    BTW…you guys have probably not seen the “ban Megan Kelly” petition…
    few people know about it…and it has over 25,000 sigs already
    There’s more petitions out there, and they mostly have over 10,000 sigs and up

  9. Latitude says:

    ..and now for some fresh air

  10. Latitude says:


  11. Lars P. says:

    A change of theme to archeology: finally they seem to start looking underwater:
    Very interesting to see these 10000 years old vestiges…

    • Latitude says:

      so rather than walking all the way around from Egypt…..ancient man could have just walked across at Italy…..

      • Lars P. says:

        Correct. A lot more might be under the water, at about 100 meters deep, as civilizations could best develop in the plains near the water where resources (food and such) were abundant.

      • DirkH says:

        Latitude says:
        August 9, 2015 at 12:35 pm
        “so rather than walking all the way around from Egypt…..ancient man could have just walked across at Italy…..”

        While you mention walking and Egypt, that reminds me… The official narrative accepts that the ancient Egyptians were just perfect in going up and down the Nile with boats and transporting huge obelisks this way.., yet at the same time they must have been totally incapable and disinterested in navigating the mediterranean…. as NO mention ever is made of possibilities of intercontinental seafaring back then.

        And re boats – even Homo Erectus was able to visit off shore Islands with boats, they found out
        ( e.g. )
        , – which unfortunately makes Erectus basically a fully capable Homo and not much of a retard simpleton… a million years back…

        So… if ancient man wanted to get from Africa to Europe he probably had boats.

    • DirkH says:

      There’s a city off the coast of India underwater and a Vedic legend about how this city got destroyed. The defender of the city was IIRC that blue-skinned half God guy, Krishna.

      And off the coast of Japan there’s a rectangular temple or step pyramid like structure with steps carved into solid rock. My video links are shot unfortunately. But all of this reminds me of Meltwater Pulse 1 A 12000 years when sea level rose 100 m.

      This would of course imply highly developed cultures back then.

    • DirkH says:

      Lars, notice how they have already determined that those people were “hunter-gatherers”.
      Yeah, nomadic tribes of HUNTERS built a huge monument…

      THey GOTTA pretend there were no cities at that time…

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