Wednesday, January 24, 2007

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January 24th, 2007

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Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler
In 1947 Anglo-Nazi final status talks in Reykjavik, Iceland opens with a formal banquet. Princess Elizabeth I wears a stunning shoulder less dress which is really quite out of character. Members of both delegations wonder if a proposal of marriage to the German Chancellor is up Halifax's sleeves. The Fuehrer has very great ..
.. difficulty in keeping up with the conversation, he is practically salivating.

~ entry by Steve Payne from counter history in context - you're the judge!


In 1679 democracy falters in Great Britain when King Charles II disbands Parliament. This timely intervention ensured that the nascent British Empire was given an appropriate governance structure; effective and dynamic Stuart rule was of course superior to an assembly of laypeople, a model .. Charles II
Charles II
.. which could not possibly work in the global superstate which survives to this day.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!


Ojibwa chief
Ojibwa chief
In 2057 a startling discovery is made by social scientists at Michigan State University. Long-term demographic patterns for First nations reveal a universal movement westward.

~ entry by Steve Payne from counter history in context - you're the judge!


In 1924 following a series of strokes Vladimir Lenin, founder of the Bolshevik Party, and father of the revolution is forced to shape change, fleeing his cadaver to occupy the body of the rude Georgian Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili. Through the cult of the personality, Stalin as he .. Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin
.. is known is able to dilineate an uninterrupted rulership as General Secretary, which is very much the case given the continuity of the demon in the two bodies. He leaves the cadaver of Lenin on display, embalmed at a mausoleum in the Kremlin in case he ever needs to make a Dracula-style exit from Russia in the future.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!



in 2000, the European Union begins its 7-year transformation into a Utopian world government under the direction of Anti-Christ President Morris Appleby. Much to the chagrin of the remaining lapsed Christians, few atrocities are committed by the jack-booted thugs of the New World Order, and their recruitment efforts hit the skids. Nation after nation falls under the sway of the apologetic Satanic overlord.

After(cont.)
They saw a line of trucks on the highway they were heading towards and slowed down. Steph was thankful for the reprieve from all the bouncing. “I think they're pointed towards our side, so that would make them the New Mexicans,” Mike said. “I'm a little turned around, so I'm not a hundred percent sure.”
“Only one way to find out, I guess.” Steph pointed at the head of the line and said, “Let's go up to them – slow. We don't wanna get shot at.”
“Right.” He steered the SUV slowly towards the line of trucks, and saw them slow down. One of the trucks broke out of the line and veered off towards them. Mike rolled to a stop and let the truck approach them.
The truck was driven by an older serviceman, who pulled up in front of the SUV and pulled out a bullhorn. “Keep your hands where I can see them,” his voice pounded out at them. “Get out of the car slowly.”
All four of them complied, holding their hands out in front of them. When the soldier saw the children, he relaxed. “We have some vital information for you guys,” Mike shouted at him. “The guy they've got heading to Washington isn't the president, and we can prove it.”
The soldier's eyebrows raised. He hopped out of the truck and walked over to them, his hand on his pistol. He looked them over carefully, then said, “What kind of evidence?”
“Seismic data from Waco – no nuke went off anywhere near Crawford. And – what else was it, Steph?”
“Movie of the fake president at Crawford.”
“Right, photographic evidence, too. And, we kinda know some people who are trying to save the real president.” The soldier's eyes widened a little. “Yeah, I know what it sounds like, but we're the real deal. Can you take us to somebody?”
The soldier looked back at his convoy. “Right. You stay here for a minute.” He went back to his truck and talked into a radio for several minutes.
“Think he believed a thing I said?”
“Would you?”
Mike shrugged. “I would. But, I'm predisposed to that kind of thing.”
“Good point.” She looked at the soldier for a minute, then said, “Maybe he is, too. We could get lucky.” She hugged her children to her and said, “I wonder how they're doing in Crawford.”

Janice and Jake walked up to the side of the gurney and looked down at Kevin. The medical staff had already shut his eyes and cleaned him up considerably, but there was no color in his face and the clothes still on him were darkened by his blood. Jake swallowed through the lump in his throat and said, “He never even got to loan me any money.”
Janice laughed a little at the gallows humor, then put a hand on Kevin's shoulder. “We need to make sure somebody takes care of his dog.” Jake nodded. “Does he - did he have family?”
“I don't know.” Jake tried to put down the grief and think clearly. “We'll need to get his personal effects, get to his house in Bryan and we should be able to find out from there.” He looked at the curtain separating this little area from the rest of the ER, and saw President Bush standing there, looking grim. “We could also use a certain contact we just made to find everything out.”

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1 comment:

Kandin said...

Ha. Nice take on Rapture madness.

-jc

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