Yes, I noticed you weren't around here or tweeting, etc., so I thought I'd check you out.
I've been nosing around "groups." Facebook is not as alive as I thought it would be. People seem shell shocked or to be entertainment zombies — just what the dark side ordered.
I was thinking you're pretty good at coming up with ominous, eye-catching NWO images. You might want to pop one on your group.
I found out that the group maximum is 300.
The friends is 5,000. I've known that one for some time now. I been mulling over the best spread.
I experience a drop every time I rev it up on anti-Zionism or whatever. I just did a wave on Fascist Homosexuals. I lost about 4 that way. Facebook won't fully render links to some YouTube videos that show homosexuals acting out beyond the pale even of the lax mundane laws.
My last blog post was against calls on Facebook for banning anti-homosexual groups, etc.: "DON'T BE A HOMOSEXUAL FASCIST OR SUPPORT HOMOSEXUAL FASCISTS."
I didn't put much into it. It's just a beginning since I believe these people lack self-restraint and won't know when to stop. I believe it's why they were slapped down before so hard that they ended up in the closets. Really, they are their own worst enemies, just like the Zionist Fascists. Frankly, there's more there than meets the eye. The Mossad is loaded with homosexuals. Zionist Israel is extremely decadent. It's starting to reach Biblical proportions again, and you know what that means.
I assume they draw the line at everything and anything that suggests that homosexuality is a choice and is harmful: ban it whether it's true or not. These people have no idea what civil libertarianism really is.
It was people like me who said to not coerce them, and now they are turning around against me saying that I have no right.... Then they'll wonder when it all backfires on them.
They're just going way too far. It started out with "tolerating" and then became condoning and now it's promoting homosexuality while oppressing those they ask to tolerate them. To Hell with that!
They come on my site telling me to leave them alone — talk about dumb. Wow, does it get any dumber than that?
It's amazing. I had a homosexual (?) stalking me on Facebook. He did 3 friend requests in a couple of days and then spammed my Facebook links page all the while he was submitting comment after comment on this blog after I'd told him he wasn't following the rules for debating. My rules are so easy, but they can't even manage them while they call everyone who disagrees with them dumb. You should see it.
One of them told me I can't write. Of course, I make mistakes (who doesn't, especially on the fly?). What's amazing is that he did that via a comment of a couple of paragraphs full of his own writing errors. He also did it while defending someone who called me a word smith — so much for a coordinated attack.
Oh well, onwards and upwards.
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