OMEN: 100 Goats Descend on Boise, Idaho Neighborhood – No Explanation Why

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 4, 2018

This is some kind of omen, I can tell you that.

I can’t tell you which kind.

Because I for sure do not know.


Is it a sign of the impending rapture? No it isn’t, but some runaway goats-for-rent (this is a thing) did flood a neighborhood in Boise, Idaho.

How do you know it isn’t, RT?

I personally do not think it is, but I don’t think you’re in a position to make that determination.

It sure as fuck is a sign of something. 

We live in a universe. Things that happen mean things.

Residents in a western suburb of the state capital opened their curtains on Friday morning to find scores of goats roaming free through the streets, eating the lawn grass and enthusiastically attacking house trees and fences.

Unsure, who to call West Boise residents opted for the media and Animal Control.

“They are going house to house eating everything in sight. Nobody has a clue where they came from……updates to follow,” local KTVB reporter Joe Parris tweeted breathlessly, with an as-yet-undetermined degree of irony.

Meanwhile government officials were stumped, when they realized that their truck would be unable to fit in what were counted to be 118 animals.

The mystery was resolved when a truck bearing the inscription arrived an hour later. Thick-armed farmhands got out, and quickly shepherded the animals back in.


They escaped this hole:

And then a goat rental company came and picked them up?


I don’t accept that solution to this mystery.

This is some bizarre sign of something, I can tell you that.

I can surely tell you that. 

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