Monday, April 20, 2015

Hitler Was a Christian... A Godly Christian

Christians are in denial when it comes to Adolf Hitler. The man they love to hate, Adolf Hitler was a hard core Christian in the most true sense of the word. Hitler had a lot of Christian admirers including Pope Pius.

See what I mean?

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Obama Kills Another Muslim Scumbag Terrorist Cleric Leader

Ya gotta love it when some dick sucking pig of the God of Abraham takes a dirt nap.
Al Qaeda’s most lethal branch said today that its top cleric, a man with a $5 million American bounty on his head, has been killed in Yemen, as the Arab nation falls deeper into chaos.
The group said in a statement posted online that former Guantanamo Bay detainee Ibrahim al-Rubaysh, also spelled al-Rubaish, was killed in a “crusader strike” over the weekend “after he spent almost two decades carrying out jihad against America and its agents.” The statement did not say who exactly AQAP believed carried out the purported strike.
The U.S. has killed a number of high ranking AQAP leaders in recent years through targeted drone strikes, as part of its sustained counter-terrorism operations in the area. U.S. officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment for this report.
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Al-Rubaysh is described by the U.S. as a senior “sharia” official in al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) who “provides the justification for attacks conducted by AQAP.” He is also accused of being the group’s “senior advisor for AQAP operational planning, and is involved in the planning of attacks.”
Al-Rubaysh was held in Guantanamo Bay prison from 2002 to 2006. AQAP said after he was released he “quickly joined his brethren at AQAP.”
The spiritual leader appears to have played a similar role in AQAP as Anwar al-Awlaki, an American citizen who was a top cleric and recruiter in AQAP before he was killed in a CIA drone strike in September 2011. After his death, the U.S. said al-Awlaki too was involved in the terror group’s external operations.
Al-Rubaysh’s alleged death comes amid widespread violence in Yemen where Saudi Arabia is now leading an Arab coalition effort, supported by U.S. intelligence and logistical support, to repel a Houthi rebel assault against the remnants of Yemeni government forces. Last week the United Nations said the crisis was “getting worse by the hour.” In February, all U.S. government personnel left Yemen as the security situation deteriorated and the American embassy was closed.
AQAP, the Yemen-based branch of al Qaeda, has been previously described by U.S. officials as the affiliate that posed the greatest threat to the American homeland.
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The Amazing Atheist Destroys Pat Robertson and Fox News

With his legendary biting sarcasm and humor the Amazing Atheist puts the boots to Pat Robertson and the liars at Fox News. Watch.

For any adherent to the god of Abraham this is for you and your evil god.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Mark Twain Quotes

God's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn. - Mark Twain

None of us can be as great as God, but any of us can be as good. - Mark Twain

More than once I have been humiliated by my resemblance to God the father; He is always longing for the love of His children and trying to get it on the cheapest and laziest terms He can invent. - Mark Twain

Satan hasn't a single salaried helper; the Opposition employ a million.
- Mark Twain

We have to keep our God placated with prayers, and even then we are never sure of him -- how much higher and finer is the Indian's God......Our illogical God is all-powerful in name, but impotent in fact; the Great Spirit is not all-powerful, but does the very best he can for his injun and does it free of charge. - Mark Twain

To trust the God of the Bible is to trust an irascible, vindictive, fierce and ever fickle and changeful master; to trust the true God is to trust a Being who has uttered no promises, but whose beneficent, exact, and changeless ordering of the machinery of His colossal universe is proof that He is at least steadfast to His purposes; whose unwritten laws, so far as the affect man, being equal and impartial, show that he is just and fair; these things, taken together, suggest that if he shall ordain us to live hereafter, he will be steadfast, just and fair toward us. We shall not need to require anything more. - Mark Twain

If God is what people say there can be no one in the universe so unhappy as He; for He sees unceasingly myriads of His creatures suffering unspeakable miseries--and besides this foresees how they are going to suffer during the remainder of their lives. One might as well say, "As unhappy as God." -Mark Twain-

Dwig illustration

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Islam Is Evil

Bigger Fatter Politics made a great point. Anyone who defends Islam should also defend Nazism, pedophilia, the wholesale killing of women and anyone who is not a Muslim.

The following is from Bigger Fatter Politics.

If you defend Islam then you should also be defending the KKK and Nazis.

King James Bible
But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you; -Jesus of Nazareth-

Quran (8:12) - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them" -Mohammad the Pedophile-

 No reasonable person would interpret this to mean a spiritual struggle. 

My readers know that I am often critical of Christianity but not even the most hardcore Christian would advocate the killing of anyone who made a vulgar cartoon about Jesus. The reason that they wouldn't is because the Bible tells them to love their enemies.

In 2007 Islam and Judaism's holiest holidays overlapped for 10 days. Muslims racked up 397 dead bodies in 94 terror attacks across 10 countries during this time... while Jews worked on their 159th Nobel Prize.

A Message to Muslims and Defenders of Islam

Saturday, December 6, 2014

If People Were Corporations

Since companies are granted the rights and privileges of citizens then it would follow that people be given the same rights as corporations. The fact is American corporations have rights and privileges that people would love to have.

From a financial and economic perspective: People pay taxes on their world wide income. For instance if you did work in Canada or Mexico you would be required by law to declare that income and pay taxes on it. American corporations are not required by law to pay taxes on their incomes providing they don't bring that money back to the US.

According to Martin Sullivan the chief economist at tax analysts, if people were treated like corporations I could set up and affiliate and call it El Rondo Corp Mexico have it pay my college tuition and then declare that the affiliate owns the owns the resulting degree. I could then tell the IRS that everything I earn above the average high school grad's income should be recorded and income in Mexico, since it is all derived from a Mexican based asset.

On federal income tax forms individuals can deduct sales taxes they paid or state income taxes they paid but not both but companies can deduct both.

As to gay marriage: If people were treated like corporations we would be able to "merge" with whomever we want with no concern about restrictive marriage laws according to UCLA law professor Adam Winkler.

Here's the best part! Even if you stole a house, raided pension funds, killed someone, funded a genocidal regime like big pharma or terrorized the global economy you wouldn't go to jail.

Friday, November 28, 2014

The Medical Industrial Complex Works for God

Spine Implant Company Used Hookers and Strippers as Kickbacks, Case Claims

Last Updated Jun 2, 2011 7:11 PM EDT

Faced with a case in which Blackstone Medical sales reps allegedly provided prostitutes and strippers to doctors who agreed to use its spinal implants, a federal appeals court has ruled that the trial judges underneath them have applied the false claims and anti-kickback statutes too strictly.

The ruling follows a string of at least seven federal court decisions which have required that conspirators expressly acknowledge they are breaking the law when fraudulently applying for reimbursement from the federal government for medical expenses. For all practical purposes, this high technical bar meant that Medicare, insurers and healthcare coverage providers would have to find a written confession in order to demonstrate they were being ripped off. As such, the decisions virtually legalized drug price inflation through fraud and kickbacks.

The case, brought by former Blackstone regional manager Susan Hutcheson, features such spectacular allegations of wrongdoing that it would have left the First Circuit appeals court looking ridiculous if it had agreed with the Massachusetts trial judge's decision to dismiss the case for "failing to state a claim."

Hutcheson alleges that Blackstone paid spine doctors between $1,666 and $8,000 a month to make sure they used Blackstone's implants in their surgeries. Although the payments were officially to recruit surgeons for Blackstone's "medical advisory board," the company expressly linked the payments to sales of its products for the physicians' surgeries, Hutcheson claimed. Doctors who stopped using the devices were admonished by company reps and then dropped from the payment list, Hutcheson claims. All advisory board contracts were signed by BMI presidentMatt Lyons, Hutcheson claims.

The Department of Justice supported the case with an amicus brief, perhaps because it noticed that Hutcheson alleged Blackstone executives destroyed documents when they believed they were under investigation by the feds.

"Shredding documents 24 hours a day"
In the summer of 2006, a Blackstone distributor learned that St. Dominic's hospital in Jackson, Miss., was conducting an internal probe of a doctor who had taken payments from the company. After Blackstone declined to provide documents to St. Dominic's to help them with their inquiry, the hospital contacted the FBI. At that point the executive allegedly told Hutcheson he was "shredding documents 24 hours a day."

The scheme was so thorough -- Hutcheson lists all the doctors allegedly on Blackstone's payroll -- that it became burdensome for sales reps to execute. Each month they had to create a fictitious paper trail of "engagements" with the doctors to justify paying them the stipends, she claims. One rep, sales manager Brian Dukate, allegedly complained to vp Paul Sendro, "I cannot just make things up out of thin air":

Surgeons at a strip club
The scheme reached its tawdry nadir in Dallas, where reps procured hookers for doctors, the suit alleges. One female rep even allegedly partied with her customers at a strip club:

At the district court level, the trial judge followed previous rulings by saying that Hutcheson did not prove the stipends were kickbacks because when the doctors made reimbursement claims to Medicare they did not expressly link them to the cash they supposedly received from Blackstone. The appeals court threw that logic out in favor of a common-sense test that requires judges to look at all the facts at hand:
First, we reject the argument that, in the absence of an express legal representation or factual misstatement, a claim can only be false or fraudulent if it fails to comply with a precondition of payment expressly stated in a statute or regulation.

Second, we reject the argument that a submitting entity's representations about its own legal compliance cannot incorporate an implied representation concerning the behavior of non-submitting entities. These purported limitations do not appear in the text of the [False Claims Act] and are inconsistent with our case law.

... nor do we adopt any categorical rules as to what counts as a materially false or fraudulent claim...
The First Circuit is now in conflict with the Seventh Circuit on this issue -- a divide that only the U.S. Supreme Court can decide to resolve.