I am actually very much a fan of Breitbart News. I like them because they plagiarize so much of the Ban Sharia content that I created. I lost my job for writing those blogs and never got paid a single cent for my service but it makes me happy when I see other people get successful using my arguments and logic without crediting me.
What I don’t like is that Stephen Bannon thinks that he is smarter than everybody else. Because of his hatred and arrogance, he thought that he knew more than Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump combined and he ended up lobbying for a Lunatic. I hated Roy Moore from the moment I laid eyes on him but I refused to say anything because I didn’t know anything. I watched him whip out his tiny little pistol and brandish it proudly on stage. I was less than impressed. I watched him ride up on his pony that every 6 year old girl wants for her birthday. He told the press to stand back or that high stepping filly would kick them in the face. None of that happened.
“He (Ishmael) will be a wild donkey of a man; his hand will be against everyone and everyone’s hand against him, and he will live in hostility toward all his brothers.”
~Gen. 16: 12
“When the power of Edom (Christians) and of Ishmael (Muslims) shall be at their peak and their dominion shall extend throughout the world as it is today (1135-1204). There is no doubt that these are the birth pangs announcing the Messiah.” ~ Moses “Rambam” Maimonides
“I am not a satirist, I am a cynic.”
*The word “Satire” comes from “Satyr”. Pan was a Satyr, half man half goat. He played the Pan Pipes and whistled a be-witching tune that aroused the ladies. The word “Cynic” comes from “Kynikos” meaning “like the dogs”. It is a philosophical term signifying a person who is suspicious of everyone. Diogenes’ father was a famous politician but he slept in a large clay pot surrounded by dogs. When people gave him money because they conceived of him as a homeless beggar he shat on it in front of them. He might also be the origin of the middle finger which is a reference to Zeus. He was a contemporary of Pythagoras, Plato, Socrates, & Aristotle.