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Outrage — Not Despondency — Can Save Conservatives After FBI Betrayal

Sunday, November 6th, 2016


After the FBI betrayal, the Left is counting on two things: first, the Leftist base will be energized with a sense of entitlement and revenge, and second that conservatives will as usual become despondent and resignedly throw in the towel as they have for most of the past seven decades.

Outrage, not despondency, is our best weapon at this point. If you must have an emotional response, and it is difficult not to be emotional at this time, view the situation this way: the betrayal occurred because government has been so thoroughly penetrated by Deep State manipulation that it is impossible to fix it.

This is why we need an outsider like Donald J. Trump: he needs to go in there and make government accountable to results, in the part displacing the Red Guards who currently rule by ideological purity alone. They say what makes their base happy and then ignore the mounting failures of these pleasant words when put into practice.

If we do not turn away this beast, we will see only more of the same from now until the end, which will not be far off. We will follow the path of Venezuela, Cuba, the Soviet Union and other societies which went down the ideological rabbit hole. All of them ended up in a state of failure because ideology is inherently a denial of reality.

Let the anger flow through you. You have been lied to, betrayed, deceived and victimized by those who are raiding the public wealth for their own personal benefit. Hillary was not a wealthy woman until she began selling political favors for money, and now she is quite wealthy. This is the face of corruption.

Conservatives need to get over their tendency to write off the world as broken and hopeless because idiots are ruling it, and instead, fight back. It takes 2-5% of a society to come together on an idea to force change. We have to be that unit, and to drive these corrupt and horrible people out of our country because they will do nothing but betray us, time and time again, ever and ever after.

As We Predicted, The FBI Has Vindicated Clinton

Sunday, November 6th, 2016


Early reports suggest that the FBI has abandoned its attempt to indict Hillary Clinton for her various security evasions and mishandling of classified information. The temptation was too great to rubber-stamp her two days before the election and lo and behold, here we are on Sunday with voting on Tuesday.

This “October Surprise” may have been a secret anti-Trump assault, or perhaps just a savvy operator playing both sides and delivering Trump a boost, which ironically came after the acceleration of the Trump candidacy after the third debate.

The counter-shock may help Clinton, but it is equally likely at this point that the die is cast: ideologues and identity voters, mostly white women, do not care about Clinton’s various crimes and everyone else sees too many different disturbing events and cover-ups for all of them to be fake, and will never have her.

Hillary May Rise Behind Emailgate

Monday, October 31st, 2016


So the NYPD Special Victims Unit searched a computer of a former Congressman accused of hitting up teenagers for sexual intercourse. The come across this folder labeled “Insurance Policy.” It’s at that point that the decomposing fecal material collides with the oscillating rotary device.

“Insurance Policy” was this folder filled with 650,000 documents that appeared far more likely to be sensitive government documents belonging to Democratic Party nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton than policy riders from Nationwide. This finally forced the FBI’s hand. If the Election of 2016 was going to decided by a law enforcement agency, the FBI would be damned if it would be decided by a Vice Squad with a fancy name.

You see the disgraced former congressman, Anthony “Leaky” Weiner, is married to a very important and powerful woman named Huma Abedin. Abedin has the thankless task of being Hillary Clinton’s personal fixer. While no actuary tables quantify the mortality rates amongst Clinton’s close political allies, the Weiners were realistic enough to take out the controversial and extensive insurance policy that fell into the hot little hands of New York Vice.

If you follow politics the way carny, inveterate gamblers fill out the racing forms at a dog track, these October Surprises are the stuff of yore. A part of me that asks just what Joe Namath knew when he guaranteed a Super Bowl victory loves this stuff. It’s just the sort of thing you could add to a Jack Reacher novel to spice up the boring fornication bits.

Then there’s the other pole of my bipolarity. Elections, you see, are meant to serve a vital purpose. In a Democratic Republic we call upon the wisdom of the crowd to select a leadership cadre that will ostensibly move society forward. We get a leadership cadre that trusts one another so little that they store incriminating data on one another under the file name “Insurance Policy.” Otherwise, their retirement plans resemble that of Luca Brasi: they sleep with the fishes.

This reveals the type of government this orc tribe provide to its people: a kakistocracy that veers into antipathocracy.

“Kakistocracy” roughly translates to a government of the harsh or ugly. The people exercising the wisdom of crowds are selecting the worst members of society to be our leaders. It would be an easy and comforting Alt Right meme to just blame the ignorant masses. But it’s not that easy. A lot of people who should know better play the political ponies rather than looking out for the good of society. These are people who knew about Clinton’s repulsive predilections long before the NYPD Porno Busters discovered the “Insurance Policy.”

As the inevitable destination of a kakistocracy, antipathocracy is government by those who secretly hate their constituents. The sort of people who refer to us as a Basket of Deplorables. People who hate more than just the phrase “Everyday American.” And how do we know these people hate us? Look at how they’ve handled this.

A candidate for president is voluntarily associating with the wife of a man who chose to solicit sex from teenaged girls under the screen name Carlos Danger.1 The journalists rush into print with a barrage of stories about how poor Huma Abedin is living a nightmare. Jamie Gorlick worries that the FBI is corrupt and politicized.

How should an intelligent adult feel about Amerikan Society? Anger is a reasonable emotion. Terror isn’t bad either. People this solipsistic could wind up sitting on the nuke button with no mental wiring that connects their actions with the results achieved by those actions. Maybe “horrified fascination” is fitting. We behold a candidate that attracts flies when she speaks in public.

The older I get, the baser my emotions become. It’s gone past fear, anger and disgust. Hatred goes against my ethos and gives them more power and credit than I believe they merit. I settle on pity. Pity with all of the contempt that the emotion implies. What else can you say for a society that voluntarily signs up to be ruled by people like Carlos Danger and “death grandma” Hillary Clinton?

1 — Presumably “Earnest Johnson” had already been snagged.

American Election Devolves Into Penis Jokes

Friday, October 28th, 2016


Elections have twists and turns, but what happened today was not an upset, but a culmination. The Clintons managed to simultaneously engage in blatant corruption and abuse those who worked under them, which produced a slow but steady pressure to hone in on not the details but the big picture.

Over time, a pathology of deception and extensive corruption emerged, which is an insult to any government worker, military member or law enforcement officer who takes the role seriously. It is a slap in the face to any who spend their days disciplining themselves to do things “by the book” or at least the principle of the law.

Our law enforcement agencies warned us of the seriousness of corruption as soon as it became apparent that the Obama regime not only allowed but encouraged gangster-style government under the aegis of Leftist egalitarian intent.

With the FBI effectively re-opening an investigation, it remains possible that Hillary Clinton will continue to skate on loose legal definitions, “I don’t recall,” and other subterfuge. But it will not happen silently, and in the meantime, endless weiner jokes will subsume any gravitas her campaign pretended to have.

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