Southern Poverty Law Center Adds Raif Badawi to Anti-Muslim Extremist List

Montgomery, Alabama – September 15, 2023 The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has added Raif Badawi to their Anti-Muslim Extremist List.  Raif Badawi is a former Saudi blogger who repeatedly engaged in “insulting Islam through electronic channels”, according to the Saudi government, for which he was imprisoned for a decade and suffered brutal lashings.  Some of Raif Badawi’s horrifically insensitive comments include, “Look at what had happened after the European peoples succeeded in removing the clergy from public life and restricting them to their churches. They built up human beings and…

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Monstrous Fire Engulfs The Adirondack Mountains

Saratoga Springs, New York – August 20, 2095: Over night and into Saturday morning, firefighters battled three major fires that have merged to form the largest forest fire in New York history.  Already, over 568,000 acres (nearly 2,300 square kilometers) have burned, and the towns of Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake, Lake Placid, Wilmington, and several others have been fully evacuated, and a state of emergency has been declared in New York.  Satellite and drone images appear to show that all of these towns and villages except for Wilmington have been…

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The F-4 Phantom II Celebrates 75 Years In The Sky

Tanagra, Greece – May 27, 2033: This Friday, Aircraft enthusiasts around the world gathered to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the F-4 Phantom II military jet.  The first flight of the supersonic jet was on this date in 1958, with production taking place in the United States from then until 1981, with over 5,000 of the aircraft eventually being constructed.  Interestingly, F-4 Phantom II jets – with their classic design – have been in service for the majority of the history of flight, with the earliest variant being produced less than 55 years after the…

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Tulsi Gabbard To Become The 47th US President

Washington, DC – November 7, 2028: Exit polling data and preliminary vote counts from today’s election point to Tulsi Gabbard becoming the 47th president of the United States.  President-Elect Gabbard was seen as the clear favorite to win after the “American Crisis” and the subsequent dissolution of the Antifa Party due to severe human rights abuses.  Tulsi Gabbard’s victory marks several firsts.  She will become the first president who is female, vegetarian, Hindu, and of Samoan descent. Ms. Gabbard calls herself an independent, but was backed by the budding “Unity Party”, which helped her…

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Puerto Rico Becomes 51st State; 5 More States Expected To Follow Shortly

San Juan, Puerto Rico – April 16, 2031 The United States just gained its newest state, and may soon have up to 56 states.  Dual ceremonies took place today in Washington, DC and San Juan, PR to mark this momentous day.  Puerto Rico is the first new state added in 72 years.  In 1959, Alaska and Hawaii became the 49th and 50th US states, respectively. The push for statehood goes back years, but the Puerto Rican Status Referendum of 2012, along with the later Referendum of 2017 started the process…

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Antifa-led US Government Begins Roundup of “Nazis”

Washington, DC – February 21, 2026: The Antifascist (“Antifa”) Party has successfully passed a law in Congress “restrict[ing] the movement of Nazis and other fascists, and us[ing] their labor for the betterment of all humanity”.  This sets the stage for the rounding up of persons deemed to be part of the “radical right-wing”, and putting them into camps. The Antifa Party is a breakaway from the now nearly defunct Democratic Party.  It saw a stellar rise during the eight-year administration of Donald Trump, which culminated in an overwhelming win in the 2024…

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Sweden Joins List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

Washington, DC – July 8, 2062: Today, Sweden gained the dubious distinction of becoming the first European state to be deemed a state sponsor of terrorism.  This designation is used by The United States Department of State specifically, but has worldwide implications.  In fact, a number of countries, including Russia, China, Poland, Hungary, and the United Arab Emirates joined the United States with such designations of their own.  In addition, a group of more than 30 countries has also expressed a willingness to harshen sanctions that have already been in place…

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