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July 22, 2006

Filthy Armenian-Lover Chris Floyd Finally Pays The Price For Supporting The Dirty Armenians

For too long Chris Floyd has been able to get away with his hysterical apologetics for the genocidal raping Armenians. True, I can't remember him ever mentioning Armenia or Armenians, but that doesn't mean he isn't the world's #1 supporter of the Armenian dogs in their conspiracy to enslave humanity.

Thus, I'm pleased to see his site has been hijacked by "macriti," who's been an anti-Armenian freedom fighter since way back. I've taken a screenshot, below, but please pay a visit yourself so you can see the price that will be paid by ALL those who collaborate with the Armenian pig-apes.

Posted at July 22, 2006 06:21 AM | TrackBack

WTF? No one realises the Lithuanians are the problem?

As for Chris Floyd, his stand is implied. Jeeze! You'd think you'd think you'd know that by now.

Sorry, couldn't work in a 4th "you'd". I tried, but I had a time constraint.

Posted by: SPIIDERWEBâ„¢ at July 22, 2006 09:50 AM

Yes, the Lithuanians are bastards. I remember decades ago trying to suck up to a potential landlady (who told me she was from Lithuania): oh, Lithuanians are so smart, they're so kind, blah, blah, blah... What didn't realize, of course, was that she was, in fact, Jewish and hated the Lithuanians like poison... Which she promptly informed me of. So much for that apartment. But at least now I know that the Lithuanians really are the problem.

Posted by: abb1 at July 22, 2006 10:15 AM

Good news on the November surprise as Bush cuts his extended vacation short but not for the growing crisis in the Middle East but another more burning crisis, elections.

"Our efforts are beginning to pay off. Under the headline "Americans Want Democrats in Power," the Associated Press reported last week that the American people favor Democrats over Republicans in the next election by an almost 3-to-1 margin. In that same poll, sixty-seven percent of Americans said the country is headed in the wrong direction, sending a clear indication that they are ready for a change. On issue-after-issue, the American people have rejected the Republican record of failure and turned to Democrats for real leadership."

Oh dear, turning to the democrats for real leadership? Excuse me I feel a burp coming on.


This at last is the answer to all woes. Bush on vacation where he can do no harm. Perhaps we could all chip in and pay for a permanent vacation for George of the burning Bush. After all if Bush cannot take care of his bushes all may be lost. Consider a brush fire which is a real possibility in the dry summer season. It could start on Bush's ranch then quickly burn out of control putting bushes of all types and walks of life in mortal jeopardy.

But I digest.

Let us return to the concept of Bush on vacation which fills me with a new and wondrous hope for the future. Let us write letters to Bush asking him to extend his vacation possibly for a few more years along with his entire administration and congress too! There they can pursue harmless pastimes like hunting for quail on Bush's bush over-run ranch just gives those boys and girls a few beers hand 'em a loaded shotgun and point them into the setting sun and that includes Dick Cheney who has much experience with this sort of thing.

Perhaps we could make one of those realistic new western movies out of the hunt we could call it "The Deregulators" or some such title. We could begin the movie with one of those slow motion shots of people walking drunk with their shotguns which somehow gives the simple act of walking a sort of poetic motion very, very impressive. I have always wanted to try that with a bunch of chimpanzees dressed up like cowboys to see if we can impart some of that same poetic motion upon them. Come to think of it I am just repeating myself.

I picture an ad campaign for our new movie that goes something like this "Many embarked on a dangerous journey into the unknown Bush country but only a few returned." Probably a few too many.

Posted by: rob payne at July 22, 2006 06:43 PM

Why Jonathan S.-- who knew about your latent Turkishness!

Posted by: Jonathan Versen at July 22, 2006 07:38 PM

"And who remembers the Armenians?" Adolf Hitler, when asked whether the Final Solution was really possible.

Posted by: floopmeister at July 23, 2006 07:33 PM

l love you

Posted by: monica at July 27, 2006 11:42 AM