Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Compares Protest: Hong Kong, Paris, and New York

Nobody’s Opinion

Protests—- they are happening all over the world now, aren’t they? And the biggest one last week was in Hong Kong. The Umbrella Revolution, they called it. The Chinese are NOT stupid people, according to the Bell Curve, in IQ’s they rank right under the Jews. As a people though, thanks to Confucius and Mao, the Chinese are almost too obedient. Their old ways though, are dying off, and the young now all have cell phones, and so last week, like bulbs of lilies popping up in spring, there were millions of Chinese protesting… their Communist rulers.

While the rest of the world economically has been handing out riches to the top one percent, Hong Kong has been building a middle class and thriving. And now, the Communist in Beijing are cutting short that promise.

What promise you say?

Freedom of speech, assembly and religion and a free press are all enshrined in Hong Kong’s mini-constitution, the Basic Law, drafted to govern the city of 7.2 million upon its return to Chinese sovereignty in 1997 after more than 150 years of British rule. Hong Kong residents are guaranteed those rights until 2047, and a legal system inherited from the British helps keep it intact.

The communist government now says it can appoint their man in Hong Kong, 2047 is just too far away.

In a front-page commentary under the headline, “Determined to protect the rule of law in Hong Kong,” the newspaper said yesterday that democracy without the rule of law would only result in chaos. “No one can ignore the law. No one is an exception to the rule of law, and young people and students should also obey the law,” it added. The protesters, numbering at times in the tens of thousands, are seeking fully democratic elections for the city’s leader in 2017 and have called for the resignation of Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.

So the Chinese are rebelling, and the police have bought out the gas and pepper spray, but they didn’t expect to be met with millions of sturdy umbrellas and gas masks.

It there is ONE thing the Chinese do, It’s make a good umbrella and a good gas mask.

Somewhere behind the Great Wall, the rulers are calling in their military experts saying, “You TOLD us pepper spray would control them!” Nobody Wonders how the great military leaders writing non- lethal weapons book manuals miss the simple umbrella as a defense tactic, but it’s brilliant.

This has been going on a week and the whole world is watching in suspense: Will there be tanks soon? Another Tiananmen Square showdown? In the meantime, the protestors show good manners throughout their ordeal.

The Chinese are protesting for a noble cause: freedom.

On the other side of the planet the French have come out to protest their government changing their attitude towards the family.

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Paris and Lyon Sunday to protest against France’s legalization of gay marriage and defend their interpretation of traditional family values, which brought together conservatives from across France. The group’s leader, Ludovine de la Rochere, said that the protests were designed to “warn the government as early as possible of our opposition to offering MAP to female couples and of IVF because a child needs a father and a mother.”

To which this nobody says: What the heck is wrong with that?

While this has been the nature of the human race since the beginning of time, Male & Female—(Not to mention all the other species on the planet.) it’s clear that the G-20 has decided that a gay world is much preferred to family and religion, so there has been a continuing assault on both.

And their fearless leader, Francis Hollande, is just about as unpopular in France as Obama is over here. Last week, about 17,000 marched through Paris in a “Day of Anger” against Hollands’ socialist led government. They arrested about 225 people.

The French People have a noble cause: Save the family, and so–Freedom to have a say in its own laws.

Noble causes.

But the more moderate side to the protest was compared by Valls to the Republican Tea Party movement in the US, “we are witnessing the constitution of a Tea Party a la Francaise,” he said in an interview with the newspaper Le Journal Dimanche.

Yes, France has a Tea Party. So does China evidently.

But in New York, a few weeks ago, we were told, there was the BIGGEST gathering of people that ever walked the streets of Manhattan, to protest…the climate.


NEW YORK — More than 400,000 people turned out for the People’s Climate March in New York City on Sunday, just days before many of the world’s leaders are expected to debate environmental action at the United Nations climate summit.

NOT a noble cause. Good God. America. REALLY stupid.

Compare the three video’s: Which nation looks the stupidest? (And the most stoned?)

(And by the way, it wasn’t nearly as big as China’s: I think they exaggerated those numbers Jussuuuuuuuusssst a bit.)

The New York protest was basically one big liberal street party love-fest, where millions of unemployed rich liberals bused in as many dweebs as they possibly could, and then left trash for the few poor New Yorker’s who have to work for a living to pick up.

So, I think it’s time for the Tea Party in America, (Who by the way, where NOT in New York) and all the people who are sick of the people in Washington D.C. ruining our lives, to join the other nations of the world and maybe have one big planet protest…and call it.


Before we LOSE the internet.

I’m sure the Americans that were NOT in New York that day, could find common ground with the French, the Chinese, The Scots, the Russians…heck…just about everybody.

They might have drones, but we have…….what?

For a start: Umbrellas and gas masks. The Chinese could send us some umbrellas and gas masks, the French could send us some moral fiber, and we could send them good old fashion American ….(I won’t say it, you can.)

I’ll start anywhere. Just THINK if all the people in the world got together to protest?

Now that would be a good day. 🙂


October 5, 2014 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Nobody’s Email: Bulawayo BEATS Australia…

Nobody Gets Email

Another great email from the pretty lady in Zimbabwe. She sent me the local newspaper where the headlines on any given day, are even MORE exciting than driving in Alaska. (Click red to see)

Here’s a few headlines from the Bulawayo Chronicle:Kitten yarly

World’s Biggest Penis Donated to Museum

War of Words at Mini Skirt March

Woman Demands Her Underwear From Court

Birth of a Mugabe Dynasty?

Namibia Mulls Ban on Offensive Baby Names

South Africa Flushes Out Illegal Immigrants

Teen Hangs Himself After Losing Calf

To which the officer advised:

Police spokesperson, Inspector Enock Chishiri, urged people to solve their disputes amicably rather than taking their own lives over petty issues.

Frankie said she could send us real pictures from her camera, but knowing Mugabe, I wouldn’t advise it.

(Thanks to Frankie Kay…and PLEASE let us know of any more happenings in Zimbabwe!)  I truly thought I was ready the latest Issue of MAD MAGAZINE.




October 5, 2014 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Nobody’s Email: Alaska Has Great Signs

Nobody Gets Email:

Hey, some of you DID send some things! Cool!

Not to let Australia get by alone, this was sent by a reader who took these while he was in Alaska.

It seems, people in Alaska have a favorite pastime!

CLUE…find the bears.

(Thanks to John Cooper)

Alaska oneAlaska two


October 5, 2014 Posted by | humor | | 2 Comments

Nobody’s Email: Pictures From Down Under

Nobody Gets Email

This just in from my friend amfortas, who lives in Tasmania! And it’s good to know, that email is pretty much the same all over the world. If you have ever gotten a “customers of Wal-Mart” email, you know what I’m talking about.

Here’s a few of the lovely pictures of life down under. (Thanks to amfortas, who lives in a much SAFER neighborhood…I hope.)

Australia sevenAustralia fourAusterlina 8Australia twoAustralia threeAustraliz oneAustraia tan linesAustralia sixBy the way…have an email you think is great?

Go ahead and send it to me—so everybody can enjoy!

October 5, 2014 Posted by | humor, Uncategorized | | 2 Comments


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