NATO visits Dear Kitty. Some blog

This 16 February 2016 video is called Europe Refugee Crisis: NATO plans to halt flow of refugees.

Today, the WordPress statistics of this blog registered a visit from an office of the NATO military alliance.

They especially visited yesterday’s post on Dear Kitty. Some blog about the protest in The Hague, the Netherlands against the role of NATO in making people refugees and stopping these refugees if they flee to Europe.

Welcome, NATO employees, like all visitors to this blog!

I hope you will learn something from your visit that will help to stop NATO policies of wars and xenophobia.


5,000 followers of this blog, thank you!

Blogging, cartoon

Today, WordPress statistics report that the number of subscribers of Dear Kitty. Some blog, both through WordPress and by e-mail has reached the 5,000 milestone.

Welcome, #5,000, hobbitsfromdownunder! Like all of you are welcome here 🙂

Mystery Blogger Award, thank you Yaasotaa!

Mystery Blogger Award

My dear blogging friend Yaasotaa of the yaasotaa blog has nominated Dear Kitty. Some blog for the Mystery Blogger Award.

Thank you for this kind gesture!

Thank you, Okoto Enigma, for creating this award!

The rules of the Mystery Blogger Award are:

1. Put the award logo/image on your blog

2. List the rules

3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog

4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well [unfortunately, it looks like that blog is not on the net any more]

5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself

6. You have to nominate 10 – 20 people

7. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog

8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify)

9. Share a link to your best post(s)

10. Answer the questions your nominator gave you.

It is hard to say which of my blog posts I like best. I think this one is one of the best.

Three things about me:

1. A few days ago, I saw a robin on the balcony.

2. The most visited pages/posts of my blog so far today are:

Title Views
Home page / Archives More stats 49
Big Pharma Novartis extorting people with cancer More stats 22
Big bird sounds archive on the internet More stats 12
Singing humpback whales, new research More stats 11
Arrests for solidarity with Sudanese refugee deported to torture More stats 11
Hawaiian bobtail squid’s genome sequenced More stats 9
Dutch government deports refugees to Sudan dictatorship More stats 6
Adélie penguin saves emperor penguin chicks More stats 6
Spanish neo-fascists love Franco, sexism, bullfighting More stats 6
Northern cardinal sings in Florida, USA More stats 6
Other posts 430

3. The most visited pages/posts of my blog this month are:

December 10, 2018 to Today

Yaasotaa’s questions, and my answers, are:

1. If you could time travel, whom would you want to talk with?

I’d travel to the White House in 2003, just before the start of the Iraq war; to tell George W Bush not to start that war.

2. What was your favorite cartoon during your childhood?

Bucky Bug.

3. What would your perfect SATURDAY be like? Seeing many birds.

4. What accomplishment are you most proud of?

Going to the Antarctic and bringing back natural history objects to a museum.

5. What is the most beautiful place that you have ever been? The little auk nesting colony on Spitsbergen.

My five questions for my nominees are:

1. Who is your favourite artist?

2. Who are your three least favourite prominent people in politics or business?

3. Which is your favourite bird species?

4. Which is your favourite mammal species?

5. 2019 has only just started. What is the best thing which happened to you in this new year?

My 17 nominees are:

1. It Is What It Is

2. Different_Outlook

3. travellogbook

4. Words by Wildflower

5. SoundEagle

6. You’re Strong

7. theatreandart

8. Redzone News

9. Jarrad Saul


11. Vogelknipser

12. Untamed Kenya

13. najarine the Tech Geek


15. Fearless Faith

16. Richard’s Blog

17. Scotch Camel

Saudi government visits this blog

This May 2017 video from the USA is called Trump Official Praises Lack Of Protests In Saudi Arabía.

According to WordPress statistics, there was a visit from a government source in Saudi Arabia to this blog in the early hours of this new year 2019.

Like to all visitors, I say welcome, and a happy 2019!

I hope Dear Kitty. Some blog will help to inspire the visiting Saudi civil servant(s) to help to stop the bloody war on the people of Yemen; the oppression of women; etc.

Most popular posts on this blog in 2018

This video is called Happy New year 2019 Whatsapp Status Video 2019 best wishes.

It is 31 December. So, 2018 is almost finished.

I wish all readers of this blog a happy 2019!

These are the posts and pages of Dear Kitty. Some blog which attracted most visits in 2018:

Top Posts for 365 days ending 2018-12-31 (Summarized)

December 31, 2017 to Today

French Department of War visits this blog

This April 2017 video says about itself:

On Thursday, the US military dropped its so-called Mother Af All Bombs on a remote town in eastern Afghanistan, near the Pakistani border.

… It is believed to be the most powerful non-nuclear bomb dropped by the US in any battlefield.

And on Saturday, a US government agency announced the successful test of a mock nuclear bomb in Nevada. It is part of an effort to upgrade one of the nuclear weapons that has been in the US arsenal for decades.

Are America’s military actions fuelling an increase in global defence spending? Countries around the world are increasing their defence spending.

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute says the US is still the biggest spender when it comes to its military. … Trillions of dollars are spent every year to get the latest and most advanced military hardware.

But critics say that is leading to an arms race that will have long-term consequences.

Presenter: Laura Kyle

Guests: Oubai Shahbandar – Military Analyst who served as Middle East Foreign Affairs Specialist under three U-S Secretaries of Defence at the Pentagon.

Sergey Strokan – Political Analyst and Columnist at the Russian newspaper Kommersant.

Tariq Rauf – a Nuclear Arms Control Specialist.

WordPress stats say that today, there have several times been visits to Dear Kitty. Some blog from the French Ministry of the Armed Forces.

Welcome to this blog! I hope that all governmental Departments of War (now mostly called euphemistically ‘Defence’) in the world will visit this blog. And learn from it that all these expensive useless arms races and all those bloody wars should stop, and that there should be peace.

So far, the only country about which I know that my blog is censored is NATO country Turkey. So, it is good to see that, though there are Internet censorship plans in that other NATO country France, at least Department of War employees can still read Dear Kitty. Some blog.