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Pigs are the animals closes related to whites and police, FACT also EY now you can just name this place Galtground.
Quote:Reports of Obama marital strife break out of the National Enquirer ghetto


For the past couple of weeks, the National Enquirer has been publishing prominent stories claiming that the marriage of President and Mrs. Obama is in deep trouble, and that after his term in office is over, she will file divorce papers. Because the Enquirer has earned so much credibility by breaking the story of John Edwards' love child (a rumor that mainstream media outlets were aware of yet failed to pursue when he was a candidate for Vice President of the United States), these reports cannot be dismissed as tabloid tomfoolery.

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014...hetto.html
I have heard of this pigs being stabbed phenomenon, apparently you can buy knives called "pig stickers" to stab the swine, & this has been going on for generations in some communities, not just pig generations either, many of the pigs end up dead from their savage injuries
(03-28-2014 05:07 PM)Gimp Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Reports of Obama marital strife break out of the National Enquirer ghetto


For the past couple of weeks, the National Enquirer has been publishing prominent stories claiming that the marriage of President and Mrs. Obama is in deep trouble, and that after his term in office is over, she will file divorce papers. Because the Enquirer has earned so much credibility by breaking the story of John Edwards' love child (a rumor that mainstream media outlets were aware of yet failed to pursue when he was a candidate for Vice President of the United States), these reports cannot be dismissed as tabloid tomfoolery.

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014...hetto.html

I'd consider the idea substaniated.

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^ Obama's making the "dat ass" face with this nordic lady.


http://asheepnomore.net/2014/03/31/histo...2SDhD.gbpl

Historic Breaking News: Canada, Vatican & Crown GUILTY of Genocide
- See more at: http://asheepnomore.net/2014/03/31/histo...f9UBf.dpuf
(04-03-2014 03:46 AM)canuckster Wrote: [ -> ]http://asheepnomore.net/2014/03/31/histo...2SDhD.gbpl

Historic Breaking News: Canada, Vatican & Crown GUILTY of Genocide
- See more at: http://asheepnomore.net/2014/03/31/histo...f9UBf.dpuf

Many eugenicists have no soul.
Quote:“A witness claimed they saw former Popes Joseph Ratzinger and John Paul II participate in Vatican satanic cult rituals known as the Ninth Circle, that torture and murder children" George Dufort of a Brussels international court announced yesterday. "According to a deposition filed in court last week by a former member of the Ninth Circle, the cult practices at Catholic cathedrals and a forest grove in France."

"That makes three eyewitnesses who say former Pope Joseph Ratzinger was present during ritual torture and murder of children as part of a cult known as the Ninth Circle" Kevin Annett of the ITCCS confirmed today in our phone interview. "Murder rituals evidently took place in 1987 and 2002 at locations in France and Holland."

this is ridiculous. "a witness"

does not sound credible at all.
Chick-fil-A stole KFC's chicken crown with a fraction of the stores

The days when fried chicken was synonymous with a certain white-haired southern gentleman are over, at least in the U.S. A new champion has claimed KFC’s long-held chicken crown: Chick-fil-A.

The change atop the leaderboard appears undisputed: Yum! Brands (YUM), which owns KFC and has for years prided itself as “the leader in the U.S. chicken [quick-service restaurant] segment,” removed that very phrase from the company’s most recent annual report.

Anyone in the northern half of the U.S. is likely scratching her head and wondering why she hasn’t seen Chick-fil-A outlets opening in the neighborhood. Last year Chick-fil-A only had about 1,775 U.S. stores to KFC’s 4,491, and most are in the South. Yet in dollar terms the Colonel is coming up short even with that much larger footprint: Chick-fil-A’s 2013 sales passed $5 billion, while all of KFC’s U.S. restaurants rang up about $4.22 billion, according to Technomic. And that’s with zero dollars coming in to Chick-fil-A on Sundays, when every restaurant is closed.

What Chick-fil-A lacks in store count, it makes up for in traffic. Each restaurant made about $3.2 million in 2013, more than three times as much as the average KFC at $938,000. Average sales at KFC restaurants have remained largely unchanged over the past decade, while they have climbed steadily at Chick-fil-A. Same-store sales climbed by more than 3.6 percent at Chick-fil-A last year; KFC’s fell by 2 percent.

KFC hit its U.S. peak by store count around 2004, when it had more than 5,500 restaurants—over four times the number of Chick-fil-A locations—and claimed 46 percent of the fast-food chicken market. But over the past decade the gap between the two narrowed as KFC closed stores and Chick-fil-A added more. Now, KFC’s storefront advantage is just 2.5 times more than its rival, and Chick-fil-A plans to chip away with more than 100 new locations opening this year. (A representative for KFC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.)

Darren Tristano, an executive vice president at consultancy Technomic, called Chick-fil-A one of the most successful fast-food chains. He cited the sizable breakfast business, an average check slightly higher than competitors’, and a menu that differentiates it from the big burger chains.

And fast-food chicken fans outside the South may not be puzzled by Chick-fil-A’s hegemony for long. A spokesman mentioned plans for locations in the “northern, Midwest, and western states,” where the company is now focusing its growth plans.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/chick-fil-...35949.html
"Each restaurant made about $3.2 million"

Sounds like a tremendous franchise opportunity.
(04-03-2014 12:25 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:“A witness claimed they saw former Popes Joseph Ratzinger and John Paul II participate in Vatican satanic cult rituals known as the Ninth Circle, that torture and murder children" George Dufort of a Brussels international court announced yesterday. "According to a deposition filed in court last week by a former member of the Ninth Circle, the cult practices at Catholic cathedrals and a forest grove in France."

"That makes three eyewitnesses who say former Pope Joseph Ratzinger was present during ritual torture and murder of children as part of a cult known as the Ninth Circle" Kevin Annett of the ITCCS confirmed today in our phone interview. "Murder rituals evidently took place in 1987 and 2002 at locations in France and Holland."

this is ridiculous. "a witness"

does not sound credible at all.
have you not followed the kevin annett story?
Agitators gonna agitate. Warmongers gonna monger.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/0...DA20140404


"China should not doubt the U.S. commitment to defend its Asian allies and the prospect of economic retaliation should also discourage Beijing from using force to pursue territorial claims in Asia in the way Russia has in Crimea, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday.

Daniel Russel, President Barack Obama's diplomatic point man for East Asia, said it was difficult to determine what China's intentions might be, but Russia's annexation of Crimea had heightened concerns among U.S. allies in the region about the possibility of China using force to pursue its claims.

"The net effect is to put more pressure on China to demonstrate that it remains committed to the peaceful resolution of the problems," Russel, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for East Asia, told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Russel said the retaliatory sanctions imposed on Russia by the United States, the European Union and others should have a "chilling effect on anyone in China who might contemplate the Crimea annexation as a model."

This was especially so given the extent of China's economic interdependence with the United States and its Asia neighbors, Russel said.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei, asked about Russel's comments, said he was confusing two different issues.

"No matter whether the Ukraine issue or the South China Sea issue, China has many times expressed its position. Why must this U.S. official mention the two issues in the same breath, and obstinately say these things about China?" Hong told a daily news briefing on Friday.

Russel added that while the United States did not take a position on rival territorial claims in East Asia, China should be in no doubt about Washington's resolve to defend its allies if necessary.

"The president of the United States and the Obama administration is firmly committed to honoring our defense commitments to our allies," he said

While Washington stood by its commitments - which include defense treaties with Japan, the Philippines and South Korea - Russel said there was no reason why the rival territorial claims could not be resolved by peaceful means.

He said he hoped the fact that the Philippines had filed a case against China on Sunday at an arbitration tribunal in The Hague would encourage China to clarify and remove the ambiguity surrounding its own claims.

Russel termed the deployment of large numbers of Chinese vessels in its dispute with the Philippines in the South China Sea "problematic" and said that Beijing had taken "what to us appears to be intimidating steps."

"It is incumbent of all of the claimants to foreswear intimidation, coercion and other non-diplomatic or extra-legal means," he said.

In Asia, China also has competing territorial claims with Japan and South Korea, as well as with Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan in potentially energy-rich waters.

Obama is due to visit Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines from April 22, when he is expected to stress his commitment to a rebalancing of U.S. strategic and economic focus towards the Asia-Pacific region in the face of an increasingly assertive China."
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