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Thoughts of the Day: Throwing Out the Trash – GL 050118

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That's right, it's time once again for this week's Frogcast spectacular! Grandpa Lampshade's Thoughts of the Day coming right at you this week from the prestigious Frogcast Studios including tons of fun topics and a really great sermon in the Church of the Lampshade.

We open this episode by discussing the Jew. I know, it's hard to believe that we would discuss the Jews on Thoughts of the Day but here at Radio Aryan, we dare to go where no man has gone before. Okay, to be more specific: the Jew as a parasite. When we talk about the Jews, inevitably people get uncomfortable with this. We are often accused of blaming other people (in this case the Jews) for our own problems instead of focusing as we should on solving those problems themselves. Now, GPL is big on personal responsibility. So when is it okay to blame others and when should we look a little closer in the mirror when it comes to laying the blame? This will be a bit of the overriding theme for the show this week.

We're going to transition right into the next segment so smoothly that you won't even realize we've done it. That next segment is on individualism. As white people we are genetically programmed towards individualism. However the Jew has used this individualism against us. It's like a form of JEWjitsu where they use what should be our strength against us and it's worked magnificently. We as a people must come to grips with the fact that individualism and the romanticized view of it that we hold is not always a positive thing.

As smooth as silk we slide right into our next topic: why is it that the corrupt leadership of our nations drag their feet when it comes to dealing with these invaders? They hem and haw and tell us it's complicated and they're trying to work on the problem but they just cant' quite work it out. I mean it's not as though they have a military that is supposed to protect the nation from invaders. The fact of the matter is they drag their feet about these things because the longer they wait, the more children these invaders will have. Then they can further muddy the waters with, "Well these little brown darlings were born here so they're actually citizens of the nation and can't possibly be expelled".

Taken in this context the original couple of invaders become almost irrelevant when now you're talking about their nine kids who now are magically considered citizens strictly on the basis of the soil they were born on.

Next we'll talk briefly about recent developments between north and south Korea. We won't spend a lot of time on this, but I wanted to discuss it briefly because I find the politics of this to be quite fascinating. For North Korea, the nukes are the only card they have to play and for some reason or another, Kim has decided to play that card now. I am curious as to what he believes he can gain by doing so. Only time will tell and ultimately we'll see, but I'd love to be a fly on the wall to see the inner workings of these negotiations.

I thought we'd discuss for a bit the notion of the nanny state and how it has come to be. Every time there is any sort of accident what do we hear? Demands that something must be done in order to be sure a tragedy like this never happens again. But is that even possible? There are things that simply just happen and yet when we demand some sort of guarantee that bad things never happen we wind up with rules and laws and regulations against virtually everything because after all, these things could lead to bad outcomes.

Finally I thought we might stop to consider who your ZOG government considers a greater threat: the latest terrorist bogyman they create or the citizens themselves. Think about ISIS: somehow they managed to come out of nowhere, well organized, well equipped and nobody saw it coming, in fact it took the governments by total surprise. Yet, when it comes to us, we can't even begin to organize and the government sends in subversives to spread dissension and shut it down.

It's church of the Lampshade time once again and we're going to have a great sermon this week. This week I thought we'd discuss the notion of blaming God for the state of the world. I've often heard non-believers voice their disgust with God in the form of pointing to the messed up state of this world and blaming God for it. Why, if God really is omnipotent then why does he allow these things to happen? Why does he allow this evil? Why has he allowed the world to get to such a sad and sorry state? Today we're going to think about this. Not simply blowing it off with something like "Well, because he's God and he can do whatever" but actually looking at this from a critical perspective, as to whether or not God is responsible for the state of our world and more over why has he allowed our world to get to the state we find it in today.

As always, thank you for stopping by for the visit this week and I hope to see you again next time. We're all over these interwebs and we're always right here at Radio Aryan - Grandpa Lampshade's Thoughts of the Day.

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Thoughts of the Day: Throwing Out the Trash – GL 050118


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