Leftists Are Amused by a “Joke” Meme Involving the American Government’s War Crimes

The following debate originally took place upon the Facebook wall of an acquaintance, after he shared a meme from here

Sam B.:

"Biden: Showed Trump the drone strike controls in your top desk drawer Obama: That's an Etch-a-Sketch Biden: Yup"

“Biden: Showed Trump the drone strike controls in your top desk drawer
Obama: That’s an Etch-a-Sketch
Biden: Yup”

(note that upon sharing this meme to his wall, Sam soon receives 9 “likes” and 7 “hahas” from his Facebook friends)

RaynHa! Good one! Super funny! Nothing like a clever joke involving the American government’s War Crimes!

Obama-Led Drone Strikes Kill Innocents 90% of the Time in Afghanistan, in Just a Single Five-Month Campaign:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/civilian-deaths-drone-strikes_us_561fafe2e4b028dd7ea6c4ff

When combining the officially-acknowledged, yet incomplete, government-reported numbers of casualties from drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Afghanistan, the most modest possible totals show that between 616 – 1,258 civilians were killed, which includes between 186 – 241 children.

Get the Data: Drone Wars:
https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/category/projects/drones/drones-graphs/

During Obama’s presidency, between 449 – 926 of the above-mentioned civilians casualties occurred (about 72.9% – 73.6% of the totals), which includes between 80 – 112 children (about 43 % – 46.5% of the totals). This is just more bipartisan criminality taking place in the ludicrous, endless “War on Terror.”

Oh, and this doesn’t even include US drone operations occurring in Iraq, Libya and Syria…

US Drone Strikes Could be Classed as War Crimes, Says Amnesty International:
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/oct/22/amnesty-us-officials-war-crimes-drones 

Trump-Voters Likely Neo-Conned into Bush 3.0!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

War-mongering neo-cons, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney

War-mongering neo-cons, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney

Is Trump Already Headed Down the Path of the George W. Bush Presidency?:
http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/neocon-watch/2016/november/10/is-trump-already-headed-down-the-path-of-the-george-w-bush-presidency/

(Ivan Eland) President-elect Donald Trump, during his campaign, refreshingly criticized Republican George W. Bush’s war in Iraq and Democrat Barack Obama’s war in Libya; seemingly advocated a more restrained American foreign policy abroad; touted the need for a better relationship with Russia; and even propounded a badly needed reassessment of overextended U.S. alliances around the world. However, already his apparent consideration of the usual hawkish Republican retreads for top foreign policy and national security posts threatens to take him down the well-worn path of the Bush presidency he so vehemently criticized during the political season.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Gotcha, suckers!

Secession? Limited Government? Now, We’re Talking!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Oakland, California protest against Trump's Presidential election victory

Oakland, California protest against Trump’s Presidential election victory

Calexit: Californians Threaten to Secede from United States Following Donald Trump Win:
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/calexit-californians-threaten-to-secede-from-united-states-following-election-result-a3391561.html

(Patrick Grafton-Green) Following the election of Donald Trump, Californians are threatening to secede from the rest of the US in what is being dubbed “#calexit” on social media.

The hashtag, along with “#calefrexit”, began trending on Twitter shortly after it was announced that Trump had beaten Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton on November 9.

That result has sparked protests across the state, including a march involving hundreds of protesters in Oakland.

Mrs Clinton won California’s 55 electoral votes, receiving almost 2.2 million more votes than Mr Trump in the state.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: NOW, we’re talking! 🙂 I don’t even care that it’s the same liberals who were against Texas secession! If it takes self-interest to shake off the shackles of Big Gov, so be it! Makes sense, sadly…

And, this is pretty promising, too:

Trump Gives Victory Speech, Liberals Rediscover Appeal of Limited Government:
http://reason.com/blog/2016/11/09/in-victory-speech-donald-trump-promises

The Prejudice and Elitism of the Left is Showing – Round 2!

The following debate, “The Prejudice and Elitism of the Left is Showing,” which originally took place upon the Facebook wall of my friend, Daniel Sv, and concluded days ago, was suddenly reignited, after Trump won the election for US President…

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and American actor, Steven Seagal

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and American actor, Steven Seagal

Daniel Sv.: US Actor Steven Seagal Given Russian Citizenship by Putin:
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37858513

Daniel F.: Maybe now he can move to Russia and raise the average IQ of both countries.

Rayn: Your prejudice and elitism are showing, Daniel F… Talk about “vile filth”…

Daniel F.: I take that comment back – clearly I grossly underestimated the collective stupidity of this country, as this year’s election has clearly shown.

Rayn: But… muh “democracy”!
[proceeds to weep, wail and gnash teeth]

Rayn:

2016-11-09-the-prejudice-and-elitism-of-the-left-is-showing-round-2-2

Rayn:

“Remember: the ones in control are never elected”

“Remember: the ones in control are never elected”

Rayn:

“Democracy: your vote actually counts for very little. The vast majority of the people in control are unelected. The two parties share very similar views on most subjects. In the 110th Congress, people voted for the party line 91% of the time. Only 20.9% of the U.S. population voted for Barack Obama in 2012. Even if your vote did matter, all that you are doing is voting to force your opinions, morals and ideas onto everyone else. (1.9 million bureaucrats: [State, 18,900] [Treasury, 115,897] [Justice, 112,557] [Interior, 71,436] [Agriculture, 109,832] [Commerce, 43,880] [Labor, 17,347] [Defense – civilian employees only, 718,000] [Health and Human Services, 67,000] [Housing and Urban Development, 10,600] [Transportation, 68,622] [Energy, 109,094] [Education, 4,487] [Veterans Affairs, 235,000] [Homeland Security, 208,000]”

“Democracy: your vote actually counts for very little. The vast majority of the people in control are unelected. The two parties share very similar views on most subjects. In the 110th Congress, people voted for the party line 91% of the time. Only 20.9% of the U.S. population voted for Barack Obama in 2012. Even if your vote did matter, all that you are doing is voting to force your opinions, morals and ideas onto everyone else. (1.9 million bureaucrats: [State, 18,900] [Treasury, 115,897] [Justice, 112,557] [Interior, 71,436] [Agriculture, 109,832] [Commerce, 43,880] [Labor, 17,347] [Defense – civilian employees only, 718,000] [Health and Human Services, 67,000] [Housing and Urban Development, 10,600] [Transportation, 68,622] [Energy, 109,094] [Education, 4,487] [Veterans Affairs, 235,000] [Homeland Security, 208,000]”

Rayn: I just realized… Maybe the hypocritical Democrats will become anti-war, again! That would nice!

"2007-2012: Anti-War Movement"

“2007-2012: Anti-War Movement”

Daniel F.: You realize that come January 20th, someone with the temperament of a toddler is going to have access to our nuclear arsenal. Just let that sink in.

What could POSSIBLY go wrong..?

Rayn: Next time, vote harder! 😉 Democracy, for the win! 🙂

RaynBoth major candidates were dangerous, pro-war pigs, and yet, Killary had a very well-established history of major war-hawking whenever in positions of State power that few seemed to acknowledge…

I wouldn’t trust either lizard to so much as babysit a pet rock! 😀

Daniel F.: Well thanks to all the imbeciles in this country democracy is probably dead, or going to be in short order.

You will probably find what ends up replacing it even less to your liking

Rayn: Democracy, itself, is a dead, obsolete concept, to me. I do not like it, whatsoever, so I can’t possibly find any replacement “less to my liking.” And, in truth, this country is supposed to be a Republic – though, that has failed, like they always do.

Rayn: DemoRepubliCrats: (n) a group of Americans who vote to centralize their moral bankruptcy, murderous criminality, and insatiable desire for unrestricted control over the lives of others, into the shape of a violent, coercive, non-corporeal, unaccountable military-industrial plutocracy referred to as the “State,” largely in a legal effort to shield all individual members of said cabal from judicial prosecution, by diffusing and ultimately obscuring all personal accountability and private responsibility from the equation, while simultaneously creating a “legal” pretext for severely punitive, “State”-based enforcement of both 100% sponsorship for, and 100% participation in, said criminal racket, through use of extortion, conscription, violence, theft, kidnapping and imprisonment – all to the extreme detriment of the peaceful, non-consenting individuals who either currently live, or were originally born, within the imaginary borders of the “State.”

"American Politics"

“American Politics”

The Prejudice and Elitism of the Left is Showing

The following debate originally took place upon the Facebook wall of my friend, Daniel Sv…

(replies from all third parties have been omitted for clarity)

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and American actor, Steven Seagal

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and American actor, Steven Seagal

Daniel Sv.: US Actor Steven Seagal Given Russian Citizenship by Putin:
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37858513

Daniel F.: Maybe now he can move to Russia and raise the average IQ of both countries.

Rayn: Your prejudice and elitism are showing, Daniel F… Talk about “vile filth”…

Daniel Sv.: That word is up there with “basket of deplorables”. If one could only keep a track of it.

Daniel F.: They’ve earned that designation.

Some even seem to be proud of it. Not that it’s anything to be proud of