I think I know where some Liberals are hanging out these days: Saudi Arabia.
The Kingdom as it is called is trying to get rid of its evil forces.
As weird and perhaps deranged as this may sound, American might want to take a look at this potential purging.
As reported in JPost, the Saudi police are learning anti-magic tactics to thwart those who would attempt to destroy their way of life.
Saudi Arabia’s new police recruits are now being trained in more than enforcing modesty standards. According to various reports across Arab media, cadets are taking a five-day course in combating wizards, witches and as-of-yet unconfirmed plague of leprechauns blighting the Kingdom.
Saudi media reported that 30 members of the religious police, formally named the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (CPV), completed the course in February. Classes educated the officers in how to identify and safely apprehend the dangerous suspects who may be travailing the Arabian desert, such as Sharia-desecrating elves.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
I see this as the Saudi’s way of preserving their insane version of The American Spirit.
The article continues,
This is by no means the first time Saudi Arabia has attempted to get to grips with the occult, with the “anti-witchcraft unit” formed back in May 2009 for this very purpose.
The Kingdom takes witchcraft so seriously that it has banned the Harry Potter series by British writer J.K. Rowling, rife with tales of sorcery and magic. In 2011, Abdullah Jaber, a political cartoonist at the Saudi daily Al-Jazirah, told The Media Line “In accordance with our Islamic tradition we believe that magic really exists. The fact that an official body, subordinate to the Saudi Ministry of Interior, has a unit to combat sorcery proves that the government recognizes this, like Muslims worldwide.”
We all know that magic is not real. But there is a magic that Liberalism causes, where people believe the unreal, and that is the magic of Liberalism. It’s the allure of getting something for nothing…like MAGIC!
How else could you dupe people into believing that the government can spend its way out of debt? Or that bringing in more unemployed Third World immigrants will improve your economy? Or that although more people than ever of working age are not working, yet unemployment is “magically” at less than 5 percent?
Folks, that’s magic!