Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Donald Trump Vs Barack Obama in 2012 Election Showdown?

I recently read British journalist Hadley Freeman's article published on the British website, (Donald Trump: the Republican's only hope). In this article, the journalist refers to both Fox News and Donald Trump as being "monsters" who are akin to Mary Shelley's monster (I prefer the word "creature").

The author discusses the potential of Donald Trump (whom she refers to as being a "birther") as a 2012 US Republican presidential candidate pitted against the current United States President, Democrat Barack Obama. In Mary Shelley's classic novel Frankenstein, this monster or creature is created by the insane scientist Victor Frankenstein. Hadley Freeman refers to Fox as being similar to Victor Frankenstein in its creation of the monster Donald Trump.

I joined the website and made a comment. Please click this link to read the very liberal viewpoints found in Hadley Freeman's article and the comment by "moi", USAWordsmith.

Personally, I would love to hear American billionaire Donald Trump tell President Barack Obama his famous words from the hit television show, The Apprentice: "YOU'RE FIRED!"

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Palestinian Intifada Uprising Page Against Israel Returns To Facebook

The Palestinian Facebook Third Palestinian Intifada Uprising Page is now back on Facebook with a new name, I recently wrote and published two blog posts regarding the Facebook Third Palestinian Intifada page that just will not go away. Facebook removed the original page, but has failed to remove this new Palestinian page and linked Facebook Palestinian pages that are mentioned on this Palestinian site.

The Palestinian Rassoul.Allaah Facebook page states, at the top of the page, that the page represents a Non-Profit Organization. (Is this some kind of loophole attempt to keep the page on Facebook? Are Non-Profit Organizations exempt from Facebook Hate Rules?) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg needs to stay on top of this potentially dangerous situation, as this page boasts over 3 million Likes and the motive of this Palestinian group is to annihilate Israel (so much for so-called bogus Non-Profit Organizations).

Warning: If you do visit this Facebook Palestinian Intifada Uprising anti-Israel page in order to report it to Facebook, your name will appear, in your own native language, at the top of the page. The Arabic words above your name translate, using the Google translate tool, as "Hello you." YIKES! This really gave me the creeps when I saw my name at the top of their page. Whatever you do, DO NOT CLICK THE FACEBOOK "LIKE" ICON on this page!

Baltic Sea Message In A Bottle Connects Strangers

Twenty-four years ago, a letter in a bottle was tossed into the Baltic Sea by a five-year-old German child named Frank Uesbeck . The message in the bottle stated these simple words: "My name is Frank, and I'm five years old. My dad and I are traveling on a ship to Denmark. If you find this letter, please write back to me, and I will write back to you."

Amazingly, Daniil Korotkikh, a thirteen year old Russian teenager, recently saw this same bottle while he was walking on a beach, picked it up, and saw a message in the bottle. The five year old child named Frank Uesbeck is now twenty-nine years old and still lives at the same exact address in Coesfeld, Germany. With the help of a video link on the Internet, these two strangers from different parts of the world met each other this month. See the article Baltic Sea letter in a bottle found 24 years later.

Commentary: Who would have thought that a letter inserted into a bottle by a five-year-old German child would be discovered by a thirteen-year-old Russian teenager 24 years later? This story demonstrates the fact that truth can indeed be stranger than fiction. Who would have thought that a message inserted into a bottle by a five-year-old German child would be discovered by a thirteen-year-old Russian teenager 24 years later?

Furthermore, who would have thought that these two strangers would eventually become acquaintances? What are the chances of something like this occurring? My guess would be that the odds of something like this happening would be about 1 in 1 million. God can answer prayers, and a little five-year-old boy's hope or prayer that someone would find his letter in a bottle has been answered. This is something for atheists and agnostics to ponder.

Related Links

Message in a Bottle (the novel written by Nicholas Sparks)

Message in a Bottle
(the movie starring Kevin Costner)
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