Jan 222018
 

Foles is two inches taller than Brady and has a much better rating as a quarterback. By the nunbers Foles is 30% better than Brady. 


Brady is 40 years old. That’s far too old to be in the NFL. Foles is only 29, a little young and with far less experience than Brady but being younger and taller and with a superior passer rating coming into the Super Bowl, Foles is easily the best quarterback.
Of course Brady has supermodel Gisele Bundchen to motivate him. Foles has his wife, the gorgeous Tori Moore with a solid foundation from their days together at Arizona State. Do the wives make a difference? Of course but who can pry information about that from them?
The point is Foles has youth and the stats on his side.
We have to go with the Eagles even though the Patriots are strong favorites.

Jan 222018
 

Don’t be.
That’s how men are supposed to act.
But it’s surprising how many Liberals think men are supposed to be not interested in women, and especially not the gorgeous ones.

America has been subjected to Liberals trying to make males submissive. Won’t work. Can’t work because it doesn’t work.

>Men by their nature are supposed to be aggressive. The circuitry for sex and aggression have been traced to a distinct part of the hypothalamus in the brain for men, known as the ventromedial hypothalamus, or VMHvl. The circuitry is located on the underside of the hypothalamus.

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Jan 222018
 

On July 17, 1973, when the Afghan king was on vacation, Mohammad Daoud Khan seized power. …
Central Asia has a population of about 70 million who have little wealth therefore their cultures have little  political influence for the individuals therein, consisting of five republics: Kazakhstan (pop. 18 million), Kyrgyzstan (6 million), Tajikistan (9 million), Turkmenistan (6 million), and Uzbekistan (31 million). Afghanistan (pop. 35 million).

Afghanistan is bordered by the other ‘stans plus China, Iran and Pakistan. Seven border countries, Seven nations, all followers of Islam. All hostile to Christians, Jews and Hindus and very hostile to America.
The ‘Stans contain some really big cities with names with which most Americans would be unfamiliar such as:  Astana, (300,000 people), Almmaty, 1.1 million,  Bishkek, 800,000,  Osh, 221,000, Dushanbe, 581,000, Ashgabat, 700,000, -Bukhara, -Baku, -Samarkand, -Tashkent, -Yerevan … The people from those places follow Islam. Those people are at war with America. 
The War Against The West is not just a religious based war because there are waring factions of the same religion within the countries.


Calling a place “Sacred” then limiting access establishes an illusory “scarcity” which causes people to fight. We can see this in the context of Islam with its holy sites and cities: Mecca, Medina, the Dome of the Rock, Hebron, and so on. The holiness of each site is associated with violence against other religions or against other Muslims, and their importance has been as dependent on politics as religion that shows how the degree to which political ideologies and parties make use of the religious concept of “holiness” to further their agendas which may or may not follow the specific religion.
In America we follow the separation of church and state. For most Muslims, mosque and state have ideally always been united. Muhammad did not simply found a religious movement – he founded a community, the ummah of believers.
How will this end? No one seems to be able to predict when or how it will end but for now it’s a constant state of war. In the George Orwell classic 1984, there is a state of perpetual war between the nations of Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia. The enemy in the conflict is ambiguous, and the battlefield exists in an elusive and distant land. The enemy could be Eurasia one day, and Eastasia the next, but that location is really insignificant.

The mission of perpetual war for these fictitious superpowers is to justify psychological and physical control over their populations, to keep their people busy, fearful and hateful towards the enemy. The perpetual war also serves as an excuse for a nation’s failings and shortcomings. The economy, the labor force and industry are all centered around war rather than consumer goods. People live a miserable existence with poverty and no hope of improving their standard of living. Does Orwell’s vision seem similiar to the situation between Islam and the West?