Man who claims he is a time traveller from 2028 reveals what the future has in store


Some people will do anything for a little public attention.

Except for the reelection of Donald Trump, Noah’s glimpse into the future is vague.

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“It is not my intent to deceive anybody,” He tells the camera, his face blurred so he cannot be identified. “I want to be clear, my sole objective anybody to prove to you that time travel exsists.

“In fact I, myself, am a time traveller.”

Noah told Paranormal Elite he has anorexia and depression and is actually 50-years-old, but took an age rejuvenating drug to turn him into a 25-year-old.

Speaking with an American accent in an almost incomprehensible mumble, he says he travelled back to November 13, 2017, from the year 2021.

Time travel is only used by top secret organisations but will be released to the public in 2028, he says.

He struggles to speak, putting his hands over his face, before adding: “My natural year is 2021. It’s the time period in which I spend most of my life, this is the time period in which I belong.”

At that moment, he begins to break down again before erupting into violent sobs.

“I would like to give you specific facts about the future to prove to you that time travel exists,” he talks fast, almost incomprehensible at times.

He says electric cars will be able to drive 600 miles on a single charge by 2021 and advises people to invest their time and money in sustainable energy.

Artificial intelligence, he says, will be huge by 2021 and a popular device which will look like Google glasses but have the processing power of todays computers, will take over.

He also claims that the winner of the 2020 presidential election will be Donald Trump. “I can say this with 100 per cent certainty, I am not giving you my opinion,” he says.

But he does not elaborate on when and where natural disasters or other major attacks might take place in the coming years.

Paranormal Investigations sent him $700 to help him get by over the next few months while he claims to adjust to life in 2017.

“Thank you for listening to me, I wish you all the best future, goodbye and good luck,” he breathes, clearly distressed at what he has just revealed.

Could there be any truth to “Noah’s” story or is he just someone looking for his five minutes of fame?

More like 30 seconds of fame. But at least our alleged time traveler isn’t a Trump hater, claiming that Trump destroys the world next year.

While on the subject of time travel the photo below allegedly proves that time travel is real. The fellow with today’s sunglasses and printed t-shirt supposedly traveled back in time to the 1940s. The photo is interesting, but who knows for sure what it means.

Scooby the Camel Returned to Owners After Getting Loose

Here’s a story with a happy ending. We don’t hear much about pet camels in the United States, so any camel story is an oddity.

Scooby looks like a fine specimen of a camel. Kudos to the police for not shooting him.

Now its up to his owner to figure out how to keep him from running loose again.

Toledo Blade

For an hour and a half, Scooby the camel was free to explore Springfield Township.

The adorable, friendly 1 1/2-year-old camel left his owner’s nearby property Friday afternoon and walked on Dorr Street near North McCord Road. He slowed traffic, but passing motorists seemed more concerned with snapping his picture.

And in the end, it was a neighbor studying animal welfare at Stautzenberger College who reported his escape to law enforcement. Lucas County sheriff’s deputies were on scene about 3 p.m.

Nicole Heffner, 21, was coming home from work when she saw cars backing up. He’s a friendly camel who loves his owner, she said.

“All of a sudden, I was like, ‘Camel’s out!’ ” she said.

The neighbors helped corral Scooby and return him home.

Owner Nabil Shaheen, 54, happily walked with Scooby back to the property. He was outside the county when he learned of the camel’s status.

“I was in Woodville, I got a call, ‘Your camel is loose.’ How, I have no idea. It’s all fenced in,” Mr. Shaheen said.

It was a frightening situation, Mr. Shaheen said, and he is glad no one was hurt. He purchased Scooby as a baby.

Mr. Shaheen praised Ms. Heffner for calling immediately as well as sheriff’s deputies for their help.

“They were awesome. They’re here for us,” Mr. Shaheen said.

Army Rescinds Waiver Program For Self-Mutilating, Mentally-Ill Recruits


The America military is highly concerned about its failure to meet recruiting goals.

As I understand it, the Army still takes men who want a penis removal and breast implants. So why is one type of crazy loon acceptable to the Army but another type, say a cutter, is not acceptable.

It’ll be best for the world if the American military continues to fail to meet its recruiting goals. Unless somebody gets the bright idea to start drafting people.


The Army has decided to abandon plans to issue waivers to recruits with a history of self-mutilation or other mental health problems.

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said Wednesday to reporters that a September waiver memo, first reported on by USA Today [6], had been dropped after “terrible” messaging of the policy. However, Milley maintained the memo did not constitute a real change in policy, but rather delegated the ability to issue waivers to a lower authority – from Army headquarters to Army Recruiting Command.

“There wasn’t a change in policy,” Milley said, according to USA Today [7].

“There cannot be a change in policy by someone who doesn’t have the authority to change policy. I know it sounds circular.”

However, Army officials previously told USA Today that the ban on issuing waivers, which was first imposed in 2009 after a spate of troop suicides, had been lifted.

The original story also attracted the attention of GOP Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, who bristled over the fact that he hadn’t been informed of the memo before reading about it in the news. He also questioned whether the Army was the right place for those with a history of self-harm.

“Self-mutilation is something that comes home to roost,” McCain said [8].

“Someone who self mutilates, I don’t understand the eligibility there.”

Milley spoke with McCain on Tuesday and told him the memo would be rescinded [7].

Moreover, the memo was also condemned by the Center for Military Readiness, a military policy organization, that argued not only should the Army not make it easier to obtain waivers, but the Army shouldn’t be handing out any waivers for these conditions at all [9].

The Army is trying to meet a recruitment goal of 80,000 for September 2018.


NBC News reported yesterday that not only are trannies OK, but the military will pay for their penis removal.

White Male Transracial Weirdo Claims He’s a Filipino Woman


A Jewish headshrinker advises Ja Du to go for it. Paul Joseph Watson mocks the freak.

New York Daily News

Ja Du recently sat down with WTSP to discuss his racial identity, telling the outlet that although he was born a white man named Adam, he feels Filipino. He now identifies as transracial.

“Whenever I’m around the music, around the food, I feel like I’m in my own skin,” he said.

“I’d watch the history channel sometimes for hours you know whenever it came to that and you know nothing else intrigues me more but things about Filipino culture.”

Although Ja Du can’t change the way he presents outwardly, he’s embraced all aspects of his identity as it relates to the way he lives his life.

He can often be found driving around his native Tampa, Fla., in a purple Tuk Tuk, a three-wheeled vehicle often used as public transportation in the Philippines.

Psychologist Stacey Scheckner told WTSP she’s never had a client express a desire to change their race, but she has worked with a number of people who want to change their appearance in some way.

She told the publication anyone who feels drawn to another religion, race or culture should be encouraged to embrace those feelings and dive in completely.

“If someone feels that they feel at home with a certain religion, a certain race, a certain culture, I think that if that’s who they really feel inside life is about finding out who you are. The more knowledge you have of yourself, the happier you can be,” Scheckner said.

Three and a half minutes of PJW exposing the American freak show created by (((liberals))).

This Dog Faked Being Sick So His Owners Could Take the Day Off Work

Dogs are sneaky and they love attention.

Sully figured out that if he pretended to be sick that his owners would not go to work, but would stay home to take care of him.

At least that’s what the owners think and I wouldn’t doubt it for a moment.

As long as there’s a dog around to match wits with, life isn’t all bad.


Dogs are becoming more and more like their owners every day. For example, one dog from Utah faked being sick in order to get his parents to stay home from work. Sully started acting up on Thursday, which made his owners — Kennady Longhurst and Alex Salsberry — a little worried.

Longhurst reported that she stopped home for lunch and started hearing Sully make an alarming noise. It sounded like a mix between coughing and choking, which made her call her husband to help investigate. Both were worried about the noise, with Longhurst trying to look online for dog CPR techniques. However, aside from the cough, Sully wasn’t acting any different than normal. In fact, he seemed pretty happy.

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As Sully’s cough subsided, Longhurst and Salsberry decided to wait it out. The rest of the night, he appeared fine. Then it came back in a big way the next morning, right as the two were getting ready to go to work. Interesting timing, right?

The couple, being a solid pair of pet owners, didn’t want to chance it and decided to take Sully straight to the vet for some answers. While the vet had some suggestions — like kennel cough, which is pretty common among dogs were are in close proximity with each other — nothing big came up.

As it turns out, their dog faked being sick for attention.

“After $85 our vet told us OUR DOG WAS FAKE COUGHING FOR ATTENTION. (And it worked)” Longhurst wrote on Instagram.

“We’re pretty sure he knows that we know he was faking it,” Longhurst said to Buzzfeed. “So he is just a naughty faker who wanted some extra attention, and boy did he get it. We baby him so much he probably learned that if he acted weird or different someone would spend the day with him.”

Haha. Those big sad eyes are saying “Love me, mom and dad.”

White Man Rejects Modernity, Lives in 1946 (Video)

Three and a half minutes. Over one million views.

Withdrawing is one way to deal with diversity.

Published on Jul 12, 2014

Ben Sansum is 35. But he lives in 1946. His clothes, his house, the music he listens to – all come from an era before he was even born. BBC News went to meet Ben at home in Cambridgeshire

Bonus Video: Woman also lives in the 40s. Two and a half minutes.

It seems to be only white people who have a fondness for the past. Isn’t the alt right a longing for the past?

Man Facing Eviction Over Emotional Support SQUIRREL

If white men need emotional support squirrels to function then maybe our race is doomed.

Being the optimist, I’m chalking this story up as an outlier, an oddity.

Fox News

A Florida man has been served with an eviction notice over his emotional support squirrel.

Ryan Boylan, 40, of Clearwater, says he needs Brutis to deal with anxiety from a long ago car accident but Island Walk Condominiums says the squirrel needs to vacate the premises because she is putting other residents at risk.

“I am not sure how any animal that weighs less than 2 pounds can harm anyone,” he told WFTS-TV.

Boylan told the station he fell in love with Brutis after nursing her back to health after Hurricane Matthew more than a year ago. The squirrel has the run of Boylan’s apartment. One of her perches is the ceiling fan.

“There’s just no way I would give her up,” he told the station in a report Friday.

The condo board found out about Brutis in April when a dog chased the squirrel up a tree, WFLA-TV reported Friday.

Boyland was served with eviction papers last month.

The complaint says Boylan never submitted paperwork claiming Brutis was an emotional support animal until this past summer, according to the station.

Boylan says his doctor gave him a note for the squirrel in July “due to his emotional disability.”

In response to a discrimination complaint from Boylan, the Florida Office of Human Rights sent the condo board a letter saying that emotional support animals were protected under the Fair Housing Act, the station reported.

“It’s just like with any animal, you can have the nicest dog and they could bite somebody, it’s no guarantee,” Sherry Arfa, a former condo board member, told WFLA. “If it was a gerbil or something that your grandkid had hiding under the bed, I’m sure that would be fine. But a squirrel is a wild animal.”

Squirrels are cute and if they can adopt to indoor living, then great. Who cares if a guy has a squirrel for a pet. There are numerous squirrels where I live and I’ve never heard of anyone being harmed by one.

I’ve also never heard of anyone needing a squirrel for emotional support.

Toughen up, people. Do you think the pilgrims asked Squanto to find them an emotional support squirrel!