Image 01 Image 02 Image 03

Branco Cartoon – MicroAggression


Not one of your best but, I still love all the subtle undertones.

My takeaway is that the tech giants, these U.N. agencies, and the globalist politicians and media are trying to lead the U.S. through a French minefield. (Understanding that the French seldom use patterned layouts when setting mines.)

And to think of all the tax dollars wasted supporting these people and causes. WTH people wake up and smell the napalm burning.

Hmmmmm, the USA being led to “Globalism,” often called the NWO?

Isn’t that the kind of truthful observation that got the Birch Society in trouble?

Didn’t good old George warn us about permanent alliances (1796), a sentiment echoed by old Tom when he turned phrase of entangling alliances (1801)?

W.H.O. let the dogs out?

Oh, thanks, Branco. Now I’ve got that stupid song stuck in my head! ?


notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | April 23, 2020 at 11:44 am

Police Break Up Amish Barn Party After Someone Snitches On Them For Violating Social Distancing

When you’re busting Amish, you’re doing it wrong.

Let’s not forget the PPP is bailing out the UI systems for the states that support these company’s use of “perma temps” – contractors who get laid off every 18 months – and then collect unemployment for 6. Serially. All so MSFT and AMZN can avoid paying benefits / stock.

I’d estimate MSFT has about 50k of these contractors in Washington who serially collect unemployment for 6 months before returning as a contractor.

That’s what PPP is for.

We should, at every opportunity, remind the world that Bill Gates came up with Vista.

It’s dead-on.

What always struck me about bill gates was how great he was with microsoft, but how mediocre he was with everything else. He really was a one-trick pony.

Besides, he’s a knee-jerk liberal, and his malignant partnerships aside, he’s useless.

    History has forgotten how much illegal crap MSFT did in the 90s.

    Half the crap they did to suppliers and competitors should have been smacked down. They were to software what Gengis Khan was to Asia.

    Don’t forget that.

    Don’t recollect the name of the tech nerd who came up with the Disc Operating System, but Gates got him to sell it to him for (IIRC) $200.00 USD. Gates then sold IBM on using it with their new desktops and Microsoft was on the way. Got big enough to tell IBM to pound sand for further OS deals.