‘Ignorance and Superstition, in My Own Hometown’ (2014)

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Repeat the chant–Oh-wah, ta-goo, Siam!

This post was blessed with some thoughtful comments when I ran it before; maybe it can spark some more.

Ignorance and Superstition, in My Own Hometown

Here in Stupidville, NJ, we let atheists take away our 100-year-old Christmas parade–now it’s a “winter festival”: what could be more shameful?–and we make sure we consult our animal spirit guides for any important decisions we might have to make.

I think the Soros Climbit Change gang in the town next door has faded away. People may be more gullible than they used to be; but they’re not so gullible as to believe in that.

7 comments on “‘Ignorance and Superstition, in My Own Hometown’ (2014)

  1. They will do anything to obscure the truth, no matter how asinine. It grows darker in the world every day.

  2. I liken to what we are seeing today as creeping paganism. From the LGBT to Climate Change, all have their roots in paganism. I fully expect to see more of it.

  3. Funny how I encourage people to live where I do, and you discourage people from living where you do – then again, it really isn’t funny. Animal spirit guides? How dumb people have to be to fall for that. P.T. Barnum had these folks pegged to a tee.

  4. It’s all about George Soros. It’s time we set Julian Assange free and put Soros in his cage!! I picture Soros sitting behind a great desk in front of a great vault, signing checks to every anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-conservative, anti-freedom, anti-life, anti-everything organization that comes before him for funds. Soros is a global clearing house for the one world government. Why can’t we reach him? No one can touch him. Must be satan’s reward for his soul.

      1. I haven’t got a clue how to extradite satan’s Soros to Malaysia ,but if I win the lottery, I know a lot of mercenaries who would be glad to. In fact, there are many who wouldn’t even take him that far before dropping him off…

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