Sunday, October 19, 2014

Big Bang Theory - Predicts Ebola [Pinky Swear]


Bob said...

7 billion people on planet earth, sometimes called spaceship earth, the majority of whom are ignorant, diseased savages and barbarians.

There are only so many resources to get consumed and used up before the system breaks down entirely, so the rich, the elite, the powerful, the privileged - you know - all those living off the efforts of others - Feel the pressing need to send 90% of the savages and barbarians to the promised land, the happy hunting grounds, Valhalla, heaven, whatever.

So, if Ebola doesn't work in it's present form, expect it to be mixed in with something much more common and universal, like the common coed.

They ARE going to kill off several billion humans one way or another.

They will, or nature will. It is inevitable.

Our task is learning how to escape the eventual dragnet of death and survive.

So the rich, the elite, the powerful, the privileged - you know - all those living off the efforts of others - think if they are responsible for whatever does it, they will be able to control it and escape all consequences.

But what happens to them when the serfs, peasants, slaves, manual laborers, factory workers, etc., etc., etc. are no longer around to cater to their wants and desires?

It suck to be poor. But it will definitely suck to be one of the rich and privileged in the depopulated world of tomorrow.

Payback is a bitch.

They'll learn that the hard way.

texlahoma said...

Bob - Yeah, it's nice to picture them in a depopulated world, realizing that they screwed up "What have we done?"

Doesn't the Statue of Liberty say something like that?

"Give us your ignorant, diseased savages and barbarians."

Bob said...

When the Goddess of Liberty was given to the United States, its donor’s agenda was to burnish France’s republican roots after the oppressive reign of Napoleon III and to celebrate the two nations’ commitment to the principles of liberty.

The only immigrants mentioned at the dedication in 1886 were the “illustrious descendants of the French nobility” who fought on behalf of the United States against Britain during the American Revolution.

The sonnet by Emma Lazurus (following) was later attached to the base of the statue and successfully transformed the monumental statue from a symbol championing Frances and Americas belief in the principles of liberty into the “Mother of Exiles”

“Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me:
I lift my lamp beside the golden door.”

Emma Lazurus was the daughter of two wealthy Shephardic Jews who immigrated from Portugal and settled in New York.

Lazarus' poem is mounted on a plaque, it is not actually inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. The only Statue of Liberty inscription can be found on the tablet in her left hand, which says JULY IV MDCCLXXVI (July 4, 1776), the day the United States adopted the Declaration of Independence.

Emma's poem was not an original part of the Statue of Liberty.

Emma was a critical forerunner of the Zionist movement in America, being one of the very first voices in America to argue for the creation of a Jewish State.

So. Texlahoma, the Statue of Liberty actually says nothing of the sort.

The Statues original purpose was to be a monument to our nations commitment to the principles of liberty.

New York Jews changed it.

Bet you didn't know that.

texlahoma said...

Bob - No, I didn't know that.
Did you comment was so big I just made it into a post.
I think you will find it interesting, even if you reject it.

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