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Heeeeere’s Donny!

from David Dees,

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19 comments to Heeeeere’s Donny!

  • Praxis

    I qualify nothing as truth because there is no actual truth; only nuance and hope that a proper earthly consensus can be reached with logic and reason. A tall order in any crowd.

    That said, this is hysterically good. Renaissance art was of this particular type, though the subject matter was a bit less “in your face”.

    David, do some Medici parodies.

  • Christine

    Pretty funny and so irrelevant!

    Who’s in charge, truly?

  • Allender

    Absolutely absolute—in terms of artistic perfection. The slime in Don’s mouth, the soul shining through Hillary’s eyes, the “pump-head” pastiness of that “…dog that’s hard to keep on the porch”…Willie.

    Seems amazing that such brilliant reality can still be available to so many people.

    But…is that an Executive Bowel Movement—er, sorry…an Executive Odor—dammit!

    I mean…is that the smell of an Executive Order to neuter the Internet? Something way beyond current circumcision of tender truth?

    Perhaps an Executive Order redefining the concept of “tender” to go with Executive Orders emasculating the Second Amendment?

    People kill people, not guns.

    People snip foreskins, not scissors.

  • Eric

    Anyone see this? Better get those disco clothes out of the attic.

    Cattle has gotten a bit of a lift lately. US Treasuries going up. Dollar could go higher. Stocks look awful. Yen up a bit. Oil dropping off a cliff. Orange Juice is up quite a bit. Volatility could spike a lot more soon.

    I might add some oil and volatility to my little trading portfolio in the next 2 days. And I have another silver miner in my sights. Ordered a lot more physical silver and a little more gold today too. Would love to stack more platinum over the next year. It’s far more rare. I think I’m going to juice a bunch of oranges and then go buy more. 3 lbs. for $1 right now. They’re in season.

    • SGT

      Posted that w/ a hat tip Eric, well done. It’s all melting down, as GOLD gains. The sheeple will sh#t themselves when they finally figure out what’s going on. And by then gold will be $5,000.

      • KRELL427

        By the time the sheeple shit themselves all the metals will be gone at any price.

        • Windrunner56

          There goes the carbon footprint!!! Human shit everywhere. Gold and Silver will only go up when the manipulators are jailed. Let’s hope that is soon…

      • Eric

        Yeah I wouldn’t discount Louis Yamada’s work though. And I still wouldn’t be surprised to see them take Gold to sub-$1,000. But at that point it probably will disappear fast. With the Baltic Dry index at historic lows, shortages are bound to start showing up in just about everything worthwhile owning. Keep stacking.

        • KRELL427

          Yes they could take it down ,no doubt about it. Just have trouble with technical analysis in a manipulated market. Will be getting more silver tomorrow. That’s called turning a negative into a positive. Looks like the wheels are really coming off fast watching Chinese market.

          • Eric

            No doubt it’s manipulated but it’s been like this for a long time. I see this is a repeat of the 70’s only magnified. A 50% decline in gold followed by an 800% increase and global war to go with it.

            I would swing by the store and stock your freezer with meat too Krell. Prices definitely aren’t declining on Ribeyes.

            • Ed_B

              You got that right about meat, Eric. We get ours at CostCo and it is delicious. My wife won’t even buy meat anywhere else now unless it is hamburger. We got our Christmas ham from Costco too… spiral cut, tender, delicious, and nicely priced as well.

              But anyone stocking up on meat needs a Plan B in case we lose electric power. Drying and canning work well. A solar drier can be built for not much money yet supposedly works well. I have not tried that but it seems as if it would work well enough to preserve some meat for future consumption sans electricity. Solar is good in the summer but perhaps not so good during the winter. Canning meat works great, however. Just be sure to use a pressure canner that can reach 15 psi so that the meat is thoroughly cooked and won’t spoil on the shelf. My Mom used to cut up a couple of beef roasts into 1″ cubes, put them in quart canning jars, add some chopped onion, some garlic, and a little beef bullion liquid. This was then sealed and canned. We could open a jar of that 2-3 years later and it was just as good as when fresh. She made all kinds of things with it… soups, stews, meat pies, stroganoff, beef with rice and gravy… you name it and she probably made it. Delicious and no electricity needed for long-term storage.

              If you don’t have a Plan B like this but do have a freezer filled with meat, you’re risking its loss to spoilage if the power goes out and you have no generator or solar panels / batteries to power your freezer. Bottom line… ALWAYS have a Plan B and some additional plans just in case.

  • Sam

    Hitlery, “what difference does it make now?!”

    Why is the feign not wearing an orange jump suit while screeching, thru barred up windows and cell doors?

    Great illustration, keep up the great work.

  • rich

    Hillary Emails Reveal True Motive for Libya Intervention

    by Brad Hoff January 6, 2016 1 Comment

    Newly disclosed emails show that Libya’s plan to create a gold-backed currency to compete with the euro and dollar was a motive for NATO’s intervention.

    The New Year’s Eve release of over 3,000 new Hillary Clinton emails from the State Department has CNN abuzz over gossipy text messages, the “who gets to ride with Hillary” selection process set up by her staff, and how a “cute” Hillary photo fared on Facebook.

    But historians of the 2011 NATO war in Libya will be sure to notice a few of the truly explosive confirmations contained in the new emails: admissions of rebel war crimes, special ops trainers inside Libya from nearly the start of protests, Al Qaeda embedded in the U.S. backed opposition, Western nations jockeying for access to Libyan oil, the nefarious origins of the absurd Viagra mass rape claim, and concern over Gaddafi’s gold and silver reserves threatening European currency.
    Hillary’s Death Squads

    A March 27, 2011, intelligence brief on Libya, sent by long time close adviser to the Clintons and Hillary’s unofficial intelligence gatherer, Sidney Blumenthal, contains clear evidence of war crimes on the part of NATO-backed rebels. Citing a rebel commander source “speaking in strict confidence” Blumenthal reports to Hillary [emphasis mine]:

  • Rob

    Love it Dave !

    Made me laugh,Thanks

  • Troy

    I laughed when I saw that pic…Here’s Donny!

  • Is that ‘ol’ Killary wearin a blue dress?!

  • KRELL427

    I would love to see the look on her face if that was Gaddafi breaking through the door.

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