Welcome to the B.R.U.S.A.

by John Galt
October 12, 2016 20:00 ET

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Welcome to the Banana Republic of the United States of America (B.R.U.S.A.)

In just the past week we’ve had stories like this one:

And this one (warning uncensored language):

And this one:

John Podesta Asked Hillary Clinton to Court ‘Needy Latinos’ in WikiLeaks Email

And this one:

At Wells Fargo, Complaints About Fraudulent Accounts Since 2005

Of course the media is now part of the Clinton campaign so that officially puts us in Third World territory (via WikiLeaks):

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Of course when a Banana Republic like Venezuela gets in trouble, they pick a military conflict with a neighbor like Columbia. The Obama regime however seems hell bent on starting World War III and killing half of the U.S. population plus wiping out most of our military:

The Growing Danger of Military Conflict with Russia

Yeah, that will end well.

Good thing our recently deployed super modern Air Force fighter, the Brewster F2A Buffalo, er, F-35 is ready to rock and roll! Or not…

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Grounding: Big Problem or Minor Setback?

Ah well, at least our border is secured. Look at the hard work ICE and DHS are undertaking to keep us safe from illegal aliens and criminals now:

Rep. Goodlatte condemns feds’ ‘heavy-handed surveillance’ of gun shows

I don’t know about you but I feel better now. Good thing the integrity of our elections is protected by fine vote machine manufacturers like Diebold:

America’s Electronic Voting Machines Are Scarily Easy Targets

Upon further review, pass me a Banana Daiquiri with the cute little fruit animal in it. Once Hillary steals this election I’ll probably only have a few months before the mobile firing squads get to my neighborhood anyways.

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3 Comments on "Welcome to the B.R.U.S.A."

  1. Zetetic | 14/10/2016 at 11:55 |

    I have tried three other replies to this. Putting all three together.
    some people have no idea anything is going on
    some people know, but are comfortable and don’t care
    some people care and don’t know what to do
    some people care and want to do something risky

    I’m in category 3. Obviously voting doesn’t change anything when the Constitution has been phased out over decades.

    • I’m in category 7. I’m adding some comfort food to my bomb shelter.

      • Zetetic | 14/10/2016 at 22:47 |

        The house I grew up in had a bomb shelter between the house and the garage. The man who built the house in the 50s added it. Was a 12×12 cinder block “normal” room by the time we moved in.

        Frightening thinking we may need to build them again…… if we have time.

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