A Vision Of The Future Of America

Chateau Heartiste updates Orwell’s boot stomping on a face, forever.

Chateau Heartiste

Imagine an obese single mom head-slapping her racially ambiguous child, watching Lena Dunham’s floppy tit on TV, reading hack erotica about billionaire vampires, gouging the salaries of productive beta males for colorful iphones, soda by the gallon and cable subscription packages… forever.

If you aren’t *shudder*ing, you aren’t paying attention.

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4 Responses to A Vision Of The Future Of America

  1. o/t but no one ever commented on the origin of Heartiste’s original name, Roissy.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Story_of_O

    The story begins when O’s lover, René, brings her to the château of Roissy, where she is trained to serve the members of an elite club.

    Huh. The more you know…

    • ckorzeniowski says:

      Was it ever a secret? I’m pretty sure Roissy himself has written about the Story of O before.

      • I don’t know, I’ve heard someone suggest it was a coded way of saying “racial” and I never did read his blog under the original name. I didn’t notice anyone making the connection.

        To my great delight and amusement, this, er, “theme” keeps on showing up in the reactionary, rightist, traditionalist and anti-feminist movements. I know there are real historical and social reasons for that.

        Needless to say, that novel could have only been written by a white woman.

      • PA says:

        Roissy’s blog started as purely pickup in subject matter, with occasional conventional conservative opinions thrown in. I take credit for helping guide it toward its present politics starting back in 2007. What I did is introduce racial arguments and go about them amiably and intelligently.

        What was also key is that I legitimized “beyond the pale” or crude but honest types of WN arguments made by various cpmmenters, usually by validating their core premise but depersonalizong their tone.

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