posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:22 PM
Before laughing too hard, maybe you should go back to some of my earlier posts, under my handle of Carpooler. I have laid out some serious
coincidences, and repetition of history puzzles, there. Ever since I experienced a N.D.E. back in Sept. 1978, I have brought back to the Earth Plane
some really outrageous powers. Unfortunately, still being quite human, these efforts seem to get tripped up, repeatedly. The last one was an attempt
to enable a Dem. Congressional candidate to persevere, and become the Second William E. Borah. But I waffled at putting all my eggs into one basket,
and expanded my formal, but coded Denouncement, to include my son and his friends who had recently graduated from the U.of I., in Moscow. Like a bull
in a china shoppe, this seems to have bitten back. Yes, these new grads are doing fine, and no, the candidate, didn't persevere, and was soundly
defeated in the last election, contretemps of the literary tools I tried to energize him with. But when one door closes, another seems to open.
Another U of I grad, who had sneaked off and become Gov. of Alaska. This I did not know at the time, or I would have tightened things up a tad bit.
So, like that French Maid, from the late Fourteenth Century, we may have to sit through another soap opera, with Gov. Palin vanquishing the English,
(B.P. for starters), and turning the tables on their "Burgundian" supporters, in the mainstream press. Carrying out the "mandate of heaven", St.
Sarah, should be watched, as like the original French Pastry, she may exhibit an other worldly sense of timing. St. Joan turned the tables on
superior English forces time and time again. She didn't bring down the walls of Paris, but in the end she liberated France from the Hundred Year
long English cultural wars. And today, her bronze statue looks out on the great public square in Paris, from a side street. She was never to marry
royalty, but today a Cabinet Sec'ty would be pretty close to what she really did accomplish, as Marshall General of the French. Like Napoleon, she
struck hard and fast, and remained a moving target, until she was betrayed into the hands of the English butchers. So, I guess I'm opening a can of
worms here, but it is a real tease to try and identify St. Sarah's second Dauphin. I'd like to hear back some positive reviews of this thread. If
all you can do is cast aspersions, maybe you are merely a newbie Burgundian. They eventually were the very ones to repudiate William the Bast--d, and
his English Descendants.! As a German American, I'm right in line with both Saints, here. And if this starts to bear fruit, and when you see the
lame stream lefties, attack her, just think "Why you old Burgundian, you"!