DO NOT READ if You Don’t Want the Truth (RR)


by OPOVV, ©2019

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(Nov. 27, 2019) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to another memorable episode of ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ one of the places where you’re sure to be amazed at how utterly things have spiraled out-of-control since…when? And that’s what we’re going to find out: when was it when we accepted unacceptable behavior as acceptable? Hello, my name is Mr. Roving, as in Roving Reporter (RR), and with me in the studio is our favorite fortune-teller, Madam Shylock, who is up here in our neck of the woods to visit her mother for America’s holiday where family and friends get together.”

“That was a pretty good introduction, Roving; I’m impressed.”

“Wish I could take the credit, but I can’t. Our editor makes suggestions and then writes the stuff for me to read.”

“Aren’t you going to read all of it?”

“No; the rest is just ‘Letters to Roving’ that I avoid as much as possible. Let me ask you who, in your opinion, has the most despicable reputation.”

“I’m afraid, on the whole, nationwide, it has to be District Attorneys who are able and, many of them, more than willing to get a conviction, no matter how much of their soul they sell their to the devil. Take that Democrat candidate, Kamala Harris, who let an innocent man rot on death row until the court forced a DNA test.”

“Let’s take a break.”

The Gypsy Cried” (2:10)

“And we’re back with Madam Shylock, who will tell us what to expect in our future.”

“It’ll get colder and then warmer.”

“I like it: reminds me of the Peter Sellers movie, ‘Being There.’”

“How about I just lay it out for you: they’ll out-birth us. They’ll vote more and more of their kind into public office every election until it reaches the point that any criticism will land you in jail. And then they’ll tax you for not being ‘one of them.’ And then you’ll move or get killed; it’s as simple as that. It’s the game plan that they’ve used for the past 1,400 years and hasn’t let them down yet, at least not in the long run.”

“And they’re in the long run.”

“That they are, and we better get wise to it or we’ll end up like Sweden, soon to be followed by Merry Old England and the rest of the European Union, a union coalesced from the common interest of running roughshod over us infidels, us believers in the Golden Rule. For some inexplicable reason, they believe in Totalitarianism, no Bill of Rights.”

“Brainwashed; never exposed to the Bible.”

“As they say, ‘upon death.’”

“Yes, I suppose so: no freedom of speech means no libraries, at least none like we have in our country.”

“That’s right; just think of the wasted minds: no Marie Curies or Rosalind Franklins.”

“Excuse us, please, while we break for this important message.”

Fortune Teller” (4:28)

Photo credit: Antranias at Pixabay

“And we’re back interviewing Madam Shylock. So, in a nutshell, what’s going to happen? I mean, will we get with the program or will we be conquered?”

“As long as the ignorant keep repeating the mantra that Islam is a religion and, consequently, gives its adherents the benefit of the doubt, it’ll be the latter. Here’s a for-instance: he raped her because it says ‘that he can, that he’s obligated,’ according to the ‘teachings in the Quran’ type argument.”

“Well, now, if they can use that excuse they can get away with murder.”

“They can and they do. If, for instance, they become offended, then all bets are off, as in, ‘I saw joggers, ergo they must be run over’; ‘Women were at the beach in bikinis so they must be slaughtered’ type of insanity. Simply put, there is no commonality between Islam and Western Civilization. And have you ever noticed you have never read the phrase, ‘Islam Civilization?’”

“Well, now that you mention it.”

“And you never will. But don’t be sad; as long as the two are kept far apart, all will be right with the world, notwithstanding that the first nuke they come across will obliterate Tel Aviv, or New York; maybe Washington.”

“And we have, what, thousands of them in the United States learning physics, mathematics and chemistry?”

“Thousands, year after year. Think of it: thousands going back home to Pakistan and Jordan, Libya and Iraq. THOUSANDS year after year. We don’t get it, we haven’t gotten it, and it doesn’t look like we will ever get it; 9-11 wasn’t a wake-up call after all, was it?”

“Obviously not.”

“And I want to say one more thing before you sign off. I want to say that you’ve had this same message for the last eight years, calling Islam a political animal that hides behind a veneer of religion, and yet mosques are sprouting up all over. You’re not getting the message across, Roving, and I don’t know why. I mean, it’s not complicated. Wish I could help you.”

“I wish you could, too. And with that, on behalf of the crew, I’ll be saying goodnight, but first I’d like to say that if we can change one mind that these people are for real, want our country, to think of them as an invading army, well, maybe the last eight years haven’t been in vain after all: Goodnight.

“Good show. Burger time: my treat.”

Fortune Teller” (2:48)


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