Our very own Aryan Wisdom has produced a fantastic and inspiring new video based on the movie 300 showing Donald Trump leading an army of the White race against the barbarian hordes. Excellent job, brother. One of the funniest and most moving Trump videos I've seen yet. You should all be doing stuff like this. If you can't edit video, do something else. At the very least, troll the cucks and SJWs. Ah, but I know you're all already doing that. So then: carry on, brothers. read more
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In a disturbing video released by the Jehovah's Witnesses and mirrored by others on YouTube, a little girl learns an important lesson after telling her mother about a classmate who has (*gasp*) two moms.
MOTHER: It's kind of like going on an airplane. What would happen if someone wanted to bring something on the plane that wasn't allowed?
DAUGHTER: He couldn't go on the trip!
MOTHER: Right! It's the same with Jehovah. He wants us to be His friend and live in Paradise forever! But we have to follow His standards to get there.
DAUGHTER: But I want everyone to get to Paradise!
MOTHER: So does Jehovah! And you know what? People can change. That's why we share His message. read more
The makers of a home-testing kit for STIs and HIV have removed an advert featuring Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie.
The advert portrayed the two characters as a gay couple and was posted on Facebook.
It featured the tagline: "See Ernie, you've got nothing to worry about, everything is positive!" read more
The head of Egypt's State Information Service isn't pointing the finger for Mideast violence at his own repressive government, ISIS, al-Qaida, Sunnis, Shiites or heaven forbid Islam itself.
No, the waves of beheadings, bombings and beligerance can be laid at the feet of two American cartoon characters, Tom and Jerry.
"Tom and Jerry" portrays "the violence in a funny manner and sends the message that, yes, I can hit him
and I can blow him up with explosives," SIS head Salah Abdel Sadek said in a Cairo University speech this week, reported the Washington Post.
"It becomes set in [the viewer's] mind that this is natural." read more