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It's that wonderful time of year when the shops are bustling with Xmas shoppers pouring out their hard earned coin or laying it away on credit cards to buy gifts for loved ones, office workers, teachers, lawn care specialists and scores of other people in their lives. Personally, I love the hyper commerce of the holiday season and understand it to be an essential aspect of our consumer society. The eternal return aspect of everything that is Christmas frames the mind and brings back a torrent of memories from the festive past. The hard fact is that human beings love to shop - even communists because no matter how hard they try the Marxist can not rid themselves of the false-consciousness of consciousness. So when you're out and about, strolling the isles and perusing the display items looking for the perfect gift be on guard at all times because a terrorist might well be lurking right behind you. They might seem innocent but if you're aware of your surroundings and certain tells you can spot them without much trouble. One dead give away is the propaganda these terrorists proudly display on their persons thinking, I suppose, that no one will notice or take corrective action to avoid them (i.e. run like hell). But if you're in the know - for instance, if you read this blog - then you'll be aware that many mass killers are Bernie Bros. and they might snap at any moment. There is James Hodgkinson and his baseball practice rampage and Stephen Paddock who shot up Paradise, NV and now, the latest freak (thwarted, thank God), Everitt Jameson planned a mass killing at San Francisco's Pier 39 tourist trap - that is just a partial list but it should put everyone on notice. Beware of Socialist shopping for gifts because they might be planning to kill you.

Merry Christmas!!!

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