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Sunday, January 14, 2007

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and the Monkeysphere

According to the usual idiots, the following is a description of the Elders of Zion:

Three hundred men, each of whom knows all the others, govern the fate of the European continent, and they elect their successors from their entourage.
Wait a minute… I thought the limit for a group of human beings knowing all the others was 150:

You see, monkey experts performed a monkey study a while back and discovered that the size of the monkey's monkey brain determined the size of the monkey groups the monkeys formed. The bigger the brain, the bigger the little societies they built.

They cut up so many monkey brains, in fact, that they found they could actually take a brain they had never seen before and with a simple dissection, analysis and a quick taste, they could accurately predict what size tribes that species of creature formed.

Most monkeys operate in troupes of 50 or so. But somebody slipped them a slightly larger monkey brain -- but a monkey brain nonetheless -- and they estimated the ideal group or society for this particular animal was about 150.

That brain, of course, was human. Probably from a homeless man they snatched off the streets.

In other words, the conspiracy theorists are claiming that Jews are not human.

Come to think of it, a famous Jew once said, “My kingdom is not of this world.” At the time, it had to be hushed up.

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