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Trick questions

22nd February 2010



What do Christopher Columbus’s crew, the chief fixer of the 1919 World Series, and the principal saboteurs of the 9/11 skeptics movement have in common?

Hmm? Can’t get it? OK, how about an easier question.

What do Saul of Tarsus, Sigmund Freud, and Bob Dylan have in common?

Sorry, only two of them were musicians.

How about this one?

What do the 13 principal advisers to King George who counseled him on how to crush the American revolution, as well as the two top contributors to George Washington’s Continental Army, and the man who leased the Twin Towers three months before they were turned into a pile of radioactive rubble have in common?

Got a clue?

Sheesh! Let’s try one more. What do eleven popes, seven presidents, and the entire current White House staff have in common? What do the president of every TV network, the men who were the secret power behind the thrones of U.S. presidents throughout the 20th century, and the Hollywood movie moguls have in common? What do the Bolsheviks (killers of 66 million Russians), the Jacobins (who got the French to kill their friends by the hundreds of thousands), and the men who pay the media to say Muslims did 9/11 have in common?

If you haven’t correctly answered this first question by now, then stop reading, go to the hospital and get your swine flu shot. Don’t write home.

If you don’t understand what’s going on in the world by now — and most people don’t because they think the people on TV are objective — then you have no hope of answering the remaining questions on this test. As a result, you will never have any understanding of what’s going on in the world without answering this question.

What do literary classics that are changed ever so slightly to alter their meanings, industrial poisons that are turned into medicine endorsed by doctors who are paid to say they are safe, and laws commanding people to pay for money that is already theirs have in common?

What do global warming, NAFTA, and worldwide Judea declaring war on Germany in 1933, then working for eight years to create a conflagration in which 60 million people died all across Europe have in common?

What do AIDS, Ebola, and what the Talmud says about why certain of their devotees should practice medicine have in common?

What do movie reviewers who insist people really want to see slasher horror movies, newscasters who can sincerely say U.S. presidents work hard for peace, and journalists who say the Catholic church is behind all the horror in the world have in common?

What do people who say their dual Israeli citizenship has no effect on their feelings of patriotism about the United States (I’m sure of that!), liberal columnists who manage to swallow the line that the Palestinians are a danger to Talmudic peace of mind, and American parents who bury their children after they were fragged by their friends as part of a twisted American quota system have in common.

What do anyone who dares to defend the twisted tenets of the Talmud, psychotic aphasiacs who believe their G-d encourages them to maim and destroy all those who are not like them and have agreed to lie to everyone, and those have no clue about doing something nice for someone for no particular reason with no ulterior motive other than that’s the best way to live have in common?

And lastly, what do those who have already taken all of your money far into the future, those who are about to waste your life on something stupid, and the Homeland Security department, which protects only the financial predator class but not us hoodwinked Holsteins, have in common?

Your apprehension in answering this question loudly and clearly is exactly the mindlock that has the world spiraling toward its doom.

Congratulations to those who passed this first Skylax University Surprise Quickie Quiz. If there never is another one, at least you’ll have the pleasure of knowing that at least you knew who it was that finally turned your lights out for good.

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