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« on: January 07, 2021, 10:14:46 PM »
I was harassed by lawyers from Fuckbook because the home page picture was abusing their copyright.

I argued that the picture was public domain and my 1st Amendment gives me the right to parody any public figure or entity.

They gave me that. But the picture I was using was taken illegally and manipulated.

Fair enough.

So with that being said,


Please, share away!!!

Borrowed from our excellent friends at

Banned For Being Republican! / Goodbye Facebook And Twitter.
« on: November 09, 2020, 11:45:50 PM »

After 4 days into a 7 day stretch on Fuckbook, I said fuck it.
I deleted all of my accounts.
If you hear from me on there, it is not me.
I'M DONE!!!!!

I will not be joining Parler either.
It is owned by a subsidiary of Fuckbook and will become another cesspool of liberal spew as soon as it hits the stock market.
So, I guess you guys will have to put up with my ass, because I'M BACK AND HERE TO STAY!!!!

I love you guys!

Attachment is viewable and download able.

Perceived Racism / Girl Gets Harassed For Being White
« on: March 21, 2020, 12:22:43 AM »

General Bullshit! / Sick Fucks!!!!
« on: January 17, 2020, 10:58:29 PM »
'Message from God': Panama cult kills seven, including pregnant mother and kids, in exorcism ritual.

Grab taken from Panamanian channel TVN Noticias showing Panamanian police and employees of the Public Ministry near the site where a mass grave was found with seven bodies at the indigenous region of Ngabe Bugle, in Bocas del Toro province, Panama, on January 15, 2020.HO/TVN NOTICIAS/AFP via Getty Images

[/size]Seven dead bodies, a naked woman, wooden cudgels, Bibles, a sacrificed goat, and various knives and machetes.These were just some of what was uncovered by investigators Wednesday after they raided a ramshackle church at a ranch in a remote jungle region 250 kilometres from Panama City.Ten amateur preachers, dubbing themselves followers of the New Light of God, had allegedly kidnapped seven locals from their homes near the country’s Caribbean coast, beaten them, tortured them, and dumped their bodies in a mass grave. The killings formed part of a grim exorcism ritual in which the locals were asked to “repent their sins” or else be killed by sect members who felt they had been given a “message from God.”In total officials found the bodies of six people from one family — a pregnant mother and five of her kids — as well as the daughter of another local family.The killings occurred in a semi-autonomous region run by the Ngabé Buglé, the country’s biggest Indigenous group. Both the victims and their killers are said to have been part of the same community; the grandfather of the dead kids is among the suspects.“We’re talking about seven victims, six minors between the ages of one and 17. Six from one family, the mother and her five children, and the mother was pregnant,” said Rafael Baloyes, senior prosecutor of the Bocas del Toro province of western Panama.“They were performing a ritual inside the structure. In that ritual, there were people being held against their will, being mistreated,” [/color]he added, according to the BBC. “All of these rites were aimed at killing them if they didn’t repent their sins.”[/size]The preacher group, the BBC reports, had been in the area for some three months but matters deteriorated the previous Saturday when one cultist, convinced God was telling them to do so, kick-started the kidnappings of locals. In total 10 preachers are said to have rounded up families, and when the “ceremony” was over, the seven bodies were discovered in a freshly dug grave about two kilometres from the church.The BBC reports that the grave was found when three locals escaped to a hospital and sounded the alarm. The dead mother was 32, her five kids aged 1 to 11. The dead female neighbour was 17. On Wednesday, authorities freed 15 other people who had been held by the sect. Ten sect members were arrested on suspicion of responsibility for the killings, prosecutors said.Those rescued had suffered bodily injuries, according to Alexis Munoz, a senior police official. The AP reported that because the area in question was so remote, victims could only be brought to hospital by helicopter.According to the AP, local leader Ricardo Miranda of the Ngabé Buglé called the sect “Satanic.”“We demand the immediate eradication of this Satanic sect, which violates all the practices of spirituality and co-existence in the Holy Scriptures,” he said.[size=inherit]Exorcism[/size][/font]Exorcism has a particular place in popular lore because of horror films such as The Exorcist and similar spinoffs and copycats. However, in reality exorcisms most often don’t result in such horrific scenes. They are undertaken by priests — Catholic in large part — who are given a specific set of guidelines they can use to “drive out” spirits from people.One such set of guidelines for Catholic priests published on reads:“The priest delegated by the Ordinary to perform this office should first go to confession or at least elicit an act of contrition, and, if convenient, offer the holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and implore God’s help in other fervent prayers …“Having before him the person possessed (who should be bound if there is any danger), he traces the sign of the cross over him, over himself, and the bystanders, and then sprinkles all of them with holy water. After this he kneels and says the Litany of the Saints, exclusive of the prayers which follow it …”Writing in The Conversation in 2018, Helen Hall, a senior lecturer at Nottingham law school, herself a priest with the Church of England, wrote that the sensationalism surrounding exorcism “doesn’t help public understanding of a serious and complex reality.”“Broadly speaking, exorcism signifies freeing a place, person or even object from some form of negative spiritual influence. Beliefs and rituals which could appropriately be labelled exorcism are found in almost all cultures and faith traditions, but in the West are encountered most frequently within Christian or Islamic settings.”Hall wrote that a priest’s exorcism training is designed to help them to see whether the person’s problem could be related to mental health rather than anything supernatural, and if so, to help them to get the right type of help.[/color][/i][/size]

Making Fun Of Muslims/Allah! / I'm A Joker! LOL!
« on: January 07, 2020, 12:45:24 AM »

General Bullshit! / I Wish Frank Was Still Around!
« on: January 03, 2020, 11:22:13 PM »


General Bullshit! / Juan Williams True Self!
« on: December 19, 2019, 10:43:07 PM »

Fun With The LGBTQ Community! / LGBT "Q"?
« on: November 23, 2019, 05:02:48 AM »
Just found out what exactly the fucking "Q" is for!
Apparently they accept people who are "Questioning" their sexuality.
Like what??? You gay or straight!
I have concluded that these must be sheep fuckers.
So sayeth the Shepherd.
So sayeth the Flock.

Look how cool Cheney is. It's almost like he knew something.......

Banned For Being Republican! / TRUMP - PENCE 2020 !!!!
« on: November 20, 2019, 11:28:29 PM »

Making Fun Of Muslims/Allah! / That damn cat!
« on: November 20, 2019, 09:17:53 PM »

Making Fun Of Muslims/Allah! / he He He.......
« on: November 19, 2019, 01:20:58 AM »

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