Simple survival of the ignorantest? The fittest, or those with the moral turpitude to ‘mañana’ themselves to a morally smug self-destruction?


sadly. If I were I’d be waving my magic wand with mad abandonment … or: is what He is doing the divine equivalent of pulling the wings off flies?

God, apparently (~obviously!) is right into it (sorry, flies).

With no apologies to anyone’s sensitivities:

I think God is a colossal sadist*

Any takers?

Oh … yes … the item that made me have a quiet ponder this morning, from Spiegel—

down there

In the 1950s, Lagos was home to just 300,000 people. Today, around 20 million live here. And by 2050, that number is likely to double to 40 million. According to projections by the United Nations, Nigeria could have a population of 400 million people by then, which would make it the third most populous country in the world.

Lagos is a prime place to observe the effects of population growth in many developing and threshold countries. Unable to survive in the countryside do to the lack of work and shortages of food and water, people are flocking to the cities. And it isn’t difficult to guess that some of them will continue onward to a place where hunger isn’t a problem, where it is peaceful and where prosperity is at least a possibility. To Europe. In 2017, migrants from Nigeria represented the fourth-largest group of asylum-seekers in the European Union, after refuges from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2018, they were in seventh place.


* And I’ve never (R) NEVER been refuted. Or challenged. (Or even scored an indignant religious squawk … a bit disappointing, but there ya go—unarguable points, best leave ’em alone to die in silent solitude, alone and unnoticed.)




Bop 2

Line, blacker

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Line, blacker

or maybe not …

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“Mr Argus, Sir?”

“Yes, Little Virginia?”

“Why did it take him so long to come forth?”

(SFX:  insert eloquent soundless shrug here, please) (Make it a good one …)

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dodoso good for so long. Now you’ve blown your own foot off and are shifting target to the other—have fun~!


recently, written by someone with a bigger axe to grind than I. As a devout atheist I hold Abrahamic religions in contempt as wannabe ‘con job’ monopolies; whereas being a devout Christian this lady (below) holds Islam as THE very real threat to her own semi-monopoly on superstition.

Tell me if this resonates finger down

“The undoubted risk of importing large numbers from an anti-Western culture which refuses to assimilate, and regards us as the infidel, has hitherto apparently been too sensitive to be debated. Already pressure grows for special concessions to ‘Muslim sensitivity’, such as for Muslim women to have their own exclusive times at a community swimming pool.”

—and if not, would it resonate if it were your way of life being rushed to the edge by the unthinking insouciant?

It’s from an Australian publication—it would have to be, kiwi stuff yes but I doubt that any kiwi outlet would get away with it. Well worth reading in full—I love the bit about how animals for the pot must face Mecca to have their throats cut by a practising Muslim (which guarantees “jobs for the boys”, no?).

to read from source:  CLICK HERE

So question of the day, think carefully:

Who do YOU think will win in the end—

(a)  Chinese expansion, or

(b)  the Islamic invasions?

Don’t ask me—by the grace of God I shan’t be here when it happens. And I at least don’t have descendants—I feel for those who do; but hey, it’s a Democracy* and you get what you vote for, no?

Big G, bigger

“Don’t fret Argus—I’ll always be right here, watching over you.”

Oh …

gast me flabbers!

… wow~!




* For now …



The rest of us … well, we’re not Australians so we don’t have a God-damned thing to worry about—


—not bloody much. (Do we?)
















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Imagery below courtesy of the New Zealand Herald (for their reporting) and God (for giving them something to report about). Aaaaahhh, teamwork ….


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and …

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What does the divine scamp do to those He doesn’t love? (Oops, don’t ask… )

But of course he loves His flocks (especially in the Pacific)(in the islands they are about as devoutly Christian as they come anywhere).

… and the beat goes on, the beat goes onnnnn …



“I love you, God. I LOVE you God!!!”

Hi, Brazil~!


Hy Brasil …

any the wiser now? Not yet. Let me explain:

I’m a self-confessed CT nutcase. So  whatever you call me it’s been said before.

Moving on—

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a professor at an American university did some sums after he’d suffered a rush of eurekas. He’d been poring over ye olde sea-maps …

Knowing that his conclusions would upset the current ‘experts’ he wrote his book anyway. So there.

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Before publishing he asked an obscure kraut crank to check it out; kraut* gave it quite an endorsement. He then went ahead, was predictably soundly rubbished (and eventually I purchased a reprint).

I added his info to some of the other bits I’ve garnered; thinking how unfortunate it was that he had to do his sums the old way with slide-rules and had no computers, calculators, Google Maps etc. My good fortune …


Roughly 12000 years ago an ice-age ended. Various icery  (two miles thick in places) melted sending enough water downhill to raise the then sea levels by about four hundred feet-ish. (Doggerland went from forests to seabed.) So?


Hapgood noted similarities in many of his old maps, similar mistakes even. Not only puffy winds and mermaids, but actual navigational things. Here’s a selection for you, see if you notice ’em too—this first being hardly fair, a real toughie …

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… and moving on …

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With all these clues it’s hard not to notice …

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Are we there yet?

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Here’s one that seems a bit dated …finger-pointing-down

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And they all have something in common:

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That ‘something’ being a wee island group that doesn’t exist. So trying to find it using Google Maps, we come up with this—

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Which when you blow it up, looks like this—

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—which coupled with the old legends and maps … is spooky.

(Or not, I’m off now ‘cos The Spouse gets cranky if I don’t come running when she yodels about dinner …)

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by the way … aforementioned kraut crank was one Albert Einstein (famous for doing things with atoms and clocks).


panaceaOH NO …


If this be true, then all the world is coming to an end.

An honest government official? Naaaaahhh …

Kathleen Hartnett White has said publicly in the past that the goal of the United Nations and climate change activists is “all-powerful government” that would effectively end democracy.

Phew. For a moment there … but it’s those last few words that give me relief; quite simply you cannot lose something you haven’t got. But wait, it gets better—

In radio and event appearances in 2015 and 2016, White pushed a conspiratorial view of climate change activism, arguing that the goal of political leaders and activists who seek to address climate change is “power and control.”

And obviously someone somewhere has had their cage rattled. Nobody uses the term ‘conspiratorial’ these days unless either

(a)  attempting to smear and/or belittle, or

(b)  being honest.

The above quotes are sourced from—

—make of ’em what you will. As for myself Conspiracy Theorist (CT) is a label I wear with pride although I’d prefer ‘conspiracy caller’ … to me there’s no theory about obvious bloody facts. And to close with a final quote—

White has a long history of questioning established science on climate change, which has drawn criticism from environmentalists who oppose her nomination. CNN’s KFile previously reported on White’s comments in 2016 calling support for climate change science a “kind of paganism” and describing the goals of climate change activists as “one-world state ruled by planetary managers.”

—and the observation that

You get no prizes

for stating the obvious

—a fact which should be pounded into all blank slates from Day One at ‘school’.