Friday, December 24, 2010

An Apology from Tia Mysoa

Dear Readers,

In my previous posting, The International Judaic, I mentioned that I will be publishing a follow-up article dealing with, among other things, the worlds western intelligence services, and how they have been utilized by the International Judaics to further their many evil agendas, with special focus on Southern Africa.

Unfortunately, it appears that some of the crucial (and scarce) publications I need for this article were loaned to friends, who have not returned my books yet. I’m sure readers will understand that I would prefer not to quote sources from memory alone.

Also - it’s a bad time of the year to write about this topic, so I’ve decided to postpone the publication of the proposed article to a more suitable date, hopefully early next year when my books will (hopefully) be returned. These are not books one can simply pick up at the local library, and neither are they freely available online, -- so if I don’t get them back soon there will be a gnashing of teeth, followed by the sounds of thunder and that clangy sound steel swords make when they clash.

I also have a feeling that there are some strange new developments going on in the minds of those who are controlling and manipulating Western and African leaders. I’ll be watching these developments with a Hawk’s Eye, like that chap (Trevor Noah) in the Cell-C advert, but obviously I’ll have to tune my senses to read between the lines, as we will, without any doubt, be fed mind-controlling nonsense as usual, ingeniously designed to divert us from the true horrors satan’s cronies are planning to unleash on this world and its people.

Thank you for visiting this blog, and for the few likeminded ‘warriors’ who have supported me during the past year.

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