A 2014 ma of the Ebola outbreak in Africa

CDC Confirms first case of Ebola in Dallas

I’m sure you’ve heard by now the CDC has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the Dallas Fort-worth area.  It was only a matter of time before this happened, especially the careless way the Obama administration has been dealt with the outbreak in Africa, and the safety of the continental United States.  They have been playing with fire, and at times appears as though they wanted someone to bring the virus back.  Don’t forget infected patients were brought back to the United States earlier when the outbreak was first making traction in the main stream media.

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ISIS attack +1

We’re one day into the US bombing of ISIS, and there is not much to tell other than what can be gathered from today’s headlines.  It appears this is going to be a long bombing campaign, and for the most part world condemnation has been very tame, even from Russian.

Reportedly Syria was not warned by the US prior to the airstrikes, but that really should come as no surprise.

I think we need to take a step back here for a moment, and look at what’s going on.  I realize there are many in the United States whom are very Gung ho about the bombings.  The far right republican on the street is even backing Obama on this one.  I understand.  They feel it’s the “right” thing to do.  These ISIS fellows are more demons than men anyway, and after all we’re the good guys, and the good guys should bomb and destroy the bad guys.  It makes us feel all warm and cozy on the inside.  The world makes sense.  Ahhhh…

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The guided-missile cruiser Philippine Sea launched an attack against Islamic State targets in Syria on Tuesday.

Obama vs. ISIS (The bombing has begun)

Good morning from somewhere in the USA.  Last night American and coalition forces began a bombing campaign focused in the northern part of Syria against ISIS targets centered around Ar-Raqqah.

The early reports indicate the belligerents in the conflict against ISIS are the USA, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.  The attacks were reportedly carried out for the most part from warplanes, drones, and at least 47 tomahawk missiles from U.S. warships stationed in the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf.  All these numbers and the accuracy of the data will be hard to verify, because of the fog and secrecy of war and these operations, but these are the early reports.

As of now there no reports concerning the Russian, Iranian, or Syrian reaction.

I still hold to my belief that these airstrikes will eventually lead to the removal of al-Assad from Syria.  I’ll be sure to post and update later in the day when more data is available.

Obama and Baphomet

Why did the media use the Obama horn photo?

It may appear I’m being sensational with the Obama/Baphomet photo as my featured image, but my question remains a good one. There was much confusion in conspiracy land as to why most main stream media outlets ran with the ‘Obama Horn’ photo as their thumbnail to advertise his ISIS strategy speech.

Message boards and YouTube videos claimed the photo was “photo shopped”, and some even claimed a green screen was used because the background didn’t appear to match up with the video.  After further analysis, the photo was indeed taken from the President’s speech on 9/10.  In order to get the “horns” into view behind his head, the shot from the cameraman must have a came in at a very low angle.  Continue reading

Where the monkey is free to flex his first amendment right…