## The Farce Continues

Posted in Humor, Movies, Politics, Society, The Environment on December 28th, 2015

Welcome to the Dark Side, the intersection of anti-White ideology and science fantasy.

The Farce Continues

Yep! Obama and Clinton, most likely, would be perfectly cast in The Farce Continues. That’s the way Liberals and Progressives, and the Democrat politicians that farm them work.  As long as the West, especially America, is too White, they’ll keep pushing their death cult upon us.

These Are Not The Graphs You Are Looking For

The thing is that our Dark Side doesn’t just have two Sith, one Master and one apprentice. It’s got a whole corrupt order of them. It’s called the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

## Christmas Morning Fun

Posted in Society on December 25th, 2015

One of the best parts of Christmas is sitting back and watching others open their presents…

Misty And Janessa Opening Presents
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Of course, sometimes that’s even better than normal. Sometimes it’s a true joy to behold the whole unwrapping and enjoying process. 😀

## Mathematically Merry

Posted in Humor, Society on December 24th, 2015

Liberals, Progressives, and Atheists – essentially the whole cabal of anti-American and anti-Christian vermin inside America’s borders – are quite literally hell-bent on enforcing political correctness during the holiday season in the form of demanding under threat of lawfare the use of “Happy Holidays” instead of the normative “Merry Christmas.”

Well, after much work I’ve come up with the mathematical proof that they are wrong to believe and do so:

$y=\frac{\log_{e}\left ( \frac{x}{m}-sa \right )}{r^2}$

$y{r^2}= \log_{e}\left ( \frac{x}{m}-sa \right )$${e^{yr^2}} = \frac{x}{m}-sa$

${me^{yr^2}} = x-msa$

${me^{rry}} = x-mas$

That’s right, Ladies and Gentlemen; Merry Christmas is now mathematically proven to be the scientifically correct seasonal greeting. Funny how the Left, always claiming to love math and science and always claiming American loath it, never realized this. 😉