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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby hatty » 07 Nov 2018, 13:03

fisherman wrote:
hatty wrote:
fisherman wrote:Australians can take as many "refugees" as they want. Bulgaria is openly accepting Australian refugees who've had enough of the Islamization of the Western world, and enough of too much political correctness.

Welcome.



yeah no thanks


It was not directed towards you. Relax, PAL. We don't need your kind here. We eat your kind, for breakfast, and we sh*t you later.


i shall repeat myself in case you missed it the first time


no thanks
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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby fisherman » 08 Nov 2018, 20:17

hatty wrote:
fisherman wrote:
hatty wrote:
fisherman wrote:Australians can take as many "refugees" as they want. Bulgaria is openly accepting Australian refugees who've had enough of the Islamization of the Western world, and enough of too much political correctness.

Welcome.



yeah no thanks


It was not directed towards you. Relax, PAL. We don't need your kind here. We eat your kind, for breakfast, and we sh*t you later.


i shall repeat myself in case you missed it the first time


no thanks


Who cares, Bobby.
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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby johnsmith » 08 Nov 2018, 21:16

fisherman wrote:
hatty wrote:
fisherman wrote:
hatty wrote:
fisherman wrote:Australians can take as many "refugees" as they want. Bulgaria is openly accepting Australian refugees who've had enough of the Islamization of the Western world, and enough of too much political correctness.

Welcome.



yeah no thanks


It was not directed towards you. Relax, PAL. We don't need your kind here. We eat your kind, for breakfast, and we sh*t you later.


i shall repeat myself in case you missed it the first time


no thanks


Who cares, Bobby.


bobby isn't hatty you fool. Bobby struggles to string two sentences together :roll
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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby Cracky » 09 Nov 2018, 02:04

Aussie wrote:That 'Caravan'.

Is it only me who suspects the whole thing is a Hollywood show? None of it makes sense. How did these people get up the nerve to join it, what do they expect to accomplish, on what grounds do they think they will accomplish whatever it is, and why is the U.S. making such a big deal over it? "Rolling! The Alamo Part II, scene 23: The Americans form their wagons in a circle and dole out the buffalo jerky"
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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby Texan » 09 Nov 2018, 13:47

Cracky wrote:
Aussie wrote:That 'Caravan'.

Is it only me who suspects the whole thing is a Hollywood show? None of it makes sense. How did these people get up the nerve to join it, what do they expect to accomplish, on what grounds do they think they will accomplish whatever it is, and why is the U.S. making such a big deal over it? "Rolling! The Alamo Part II, scene 23: The Americans form their wagons in a circle and dole out the buffalo jerky"

Project Veritas produced undercover video showing Beta O'Rourke's staffers using campaign funds to support the caravan heading toward our Southern border. They wanted an armed conflict on national TV for the election, but they didn't make it up in time. If Trump hadn't made such a big deal about it, they might have been able to bus them North in time for the election. You may be right on the "Hollywood" angle. Most of O'Rourke's campaign funds came from out of state and much of it from Hollywood. I hope to see charges pressed. They won't make it to Beta, but it will give him a political black eye.
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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby Cracky » 09 Nov 2018, 14:44

Texan wrote:
Cracky wrote:
Aussie wrote:That 'Caravan'.

Is it only me who suspects the whole thing is a Hollywood show? None of it makes sense. How did these people get up the nerve to join it, what do they expect to accomplish, on what grounds do they think they will accomplish whatever it is, and why is the U.S. making such a big deal over it? "Rolling! The Alamo Part II, scene 23: The Americans form their wagons in a circle and dole out the buffalo jerky"

Project Veritas produced undercover video showing Beta O'Rourke's staffers using campaign funds to support the caravan heading toward our Southern border. They wanted an armed conflict on national TV for the election, but they didn't make it up in time. If Trump hadn't made such a big deal about it, they might have been able to bus them North in time for the election. You may be right on the "Hollywood" angle. Most of O'Rourke's campaign funds came from out of state and much of it from Hollywood. I hope to see charges pressed. They won't make it to Beta, but it will give him a political black eye.

In that case, I guess I'm not paranoid after all and the tail really does wag the dog. I didn't realize there was such a good explanation for it. Thank you! :bgrin
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Re: That 'Caravan'

Postby SethBullock » 09 Nov 2018, 14:54

Texan wrote:
Cracky wrote:
Aussie wrote:That 'Caravan'.

Is it only me who suspects the whole thing is a Hollywood show? None of it makes sense. How did these people get up the nerve to join it, what do they expect to accomplish, on what grounds do they think they will accomplish whatever it is, and why is the U.S. making such a big deal over it? "Rolling! The Alamo Part II, scene 23: The Americans form their wagons in a circle and dole out the buffalo jerky"

Project Veritas produced undercover video showing Beta O'Rourke's staffers using campaign funds to support the caravan heading toward our Southern border. They wanted an armed conflict on national TV for the election, but they didn't make it up in time. If Trump hadn't made such a big deal about it, they might have been able to bus them North in time for the election. You may be right on the "Hollywood" angle. Most of O'Rourke's campaign funds came from out of state and much of it from Hollywood. I hope to see charges pressed. They won't make it to Beta, but it will give him a political black eye.


Now that the election is over, and Beta lost, and funding may dry up, I wonder if the caravan will peter out.
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