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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Thank you, from Tia Mysoa!


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TIA MYSOA - November 2014 Stats

This blog has not been very active with the publishing of new posts during the year 2014. As a matter of fact, a total of only 23 posts were published the entire year!

There were times when I seriously considered deleting the entire contents of this blog, not only because my viewpoint on certain subjects, particularly those expressed in older posting, have changed to a certain degree over the years, but also because it was becoming a laborious task to fend off attacks from vexatious individuals who happen to fall in the categories of BOTH “demonic” and “liberal”. If I had all the time in the world it would have been no problem, but unfortunately I don’t!

Nevertheless, whenever the urge came along to delete this crappy ol’ blog I always checked the stats first. And, every time I looked at the stats I was astonished to see how many people, from all over the world, were actually visiting. This fact is the sole reason why this blog still exists!

So, dear visitors – whether you’re a friend or foe of this blog; a liberal idiot; crazy right-wing lunatic; Christian, Jew, Muslim or whatever; Black, White, Yellow or Pink, I much appreciate your presence here.

Thank you and God Bless!

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5 comments :

Michael Lawson said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Merry Christmas Tia and keep up the spirit . Greetings from Belize in Central America .

Unknown said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Please don't delete your blog, even if you don't ever add anything. There are still a number of old posts that I would like to read!

Thank you for your articles over the years.

SAUK Nuus said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Please don't delete it.

I am trying to find info on a genocide of all the townships in Southern Angola that occurred in the early 60's perpetrated by the Angolan government...

Anton said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Thought you had given up and gone to the great bit bucket in the sky....great to know you are back and looking forward to reading your new articles. Anton, Waiuku New Zealand

Die Stoor said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I am late to this but please do not be disheartened. I am one that has woken out of a stupor and started to educate myself. Amazingly well constructed blogs like yours are not a dime a dozen and are simply too valuable a resource to delete whilst the liberal majority are constantly being indoctrinated and anesthetized by the communist media. As for responding to your detractors? Why respond to each and every one? Those of us whose eyes are opened to the facts will no longer be swayed by liberal communist POVs even though they come disguised as "enlightened" and "progressive".

There is a new awakening of Nationalism sweeping across the world in light of recent happenings and the apparent apathy towards the threat. Many are revisiting how history has been rewritten (distorted).

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