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19h47 UTC; TUESDAY, 10 JUNE 2014: As if the notion Alex "Infowars" Jones hath about the late Unfortunate Events in Las Vegas being a government-led "false flag" campaign against so-called "Christian Patriot" types, has he considered the likelihood that he's probably projecting to avoid taking any culpability, liability even, for his acts, deeds and exploits being agents provocateur in and of themselves for Notorious and Infamous Terrorist Acts, Deeds and Exploits in their own right (let alone covering for his own serious inadequacies relative to an abusive or dysfunctional upbringing he fails to face up to)?

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One thing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker may not realise in the Luscious Glory of his reelection bid (as if his implying that 250,000 private-sector jobs would ensue "like magic" thanks to his agenda and articles of faith) is the likelihood of a Double-Secret Credit Watch and Ward serving as "October Surprise" from the three major credit-reporting agencies (Moody's, Standard & Poor's and Fitch Ratings), especially when it emerges (and just days before the elections, know) that the Badger State's sovereign debt rating has been reduced to the borderline between Junk and Default.

And expect such to blame Governor Walker's fatally-flawed delusion of low taxes magically translating into private-sector jobs creation for the downgrade, which Governor Walker, in a last-minoota bid of desperation, will blame on the Treachery of Others, especially "Godless Liberals," "Communists" and "homosexual sympathisers" (and, as seems to be usual with "Tea Party" types, lacking credible evidence beyond forgeries in the "Hitler Diaries" stylee).

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As if suggestions of super-secretive "blood vows" unto God and Country by Congressional RepubliKKKans to undermine President Obama's Greater Agenda for Socioeconomic Rescue of Thy Dear and Lovely Land weren't awful enough for to hit the bicarbonate every now and then, consider where said "blood vow" may have been made in Extreem Secrecy before an altar draped with the Nazis' swastika "blood flag" and apartheid South Africa's tricolour with the Union Jack, the Vrystaat flag (howbeit flipped over, and on its side) and the Transvaaler Vierkleur in the middle, with pictures of high-level Nazi and apartheid regime leaders featuring prominently.

The whole reinforced with what essentially amounts to an act of doublethink requiring, above all else, abject and utter denial of what transpired under pain of Serious Consequences, said denial being For My God and My Country (cf. the discredited-as-insincere "apparitions" of Our Lady Queen of the Holy Rosary, Mediatrix of Peace, Mediatrix Between God and Man, near Necedah, WI in the summer of 1950).

And how do we know the aforementioned Governor Walker won't be seeking (howbeit sub rosa) the support of Our Lady of Necedah and the ever-declining numbers of Her Adherents and True Believers?

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Finally, something for Real America to consider rallying round for once: As in the cause of passenger rail generally and Amtrak especially. Or would conservative Zealotry and True Belief insist on "reforming" American passenger rail according to tbe British model, consistent with its True Belief in ekonomesie vryheid van ons styl as one with AmeriKKKan National and Sovereign Identity as a Peculiar Among the Nations by His Grace and Favour?

Finally, a reminder for such who still think that Infamous and Notorious Terrorist Acts, Deeds and Exploits Cannot Happen in Thy Dear and Lovely Land because of the Bible-Centred Pavlovian Conditioning of the "REAL AmeriKKKan":



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