Go Michelle Bachmann, ya know!
What the liberals don’t realize is that they created moral anarchy in the country, they sowed the wind with Jewish Communist Civil Rights and anti-white genocide and general mismanagement of the country, and this is their harvest of whirlwind.
I’ve been around libs enough to know the expressions on their faces when they write about or talk about white conservatives and traditionalists. They call it “snark” and it’s a mix of neo-religious self righteousness and intellectual snobbery. Snark is the college version of high school cattiness, with intellectual pretension added, and was developed in college dorm rooms and is a result of the increasing percentages of college attendees delaying adulthood and being subject to Marxist indoctrination. But the power of snark is failing.
Whatever power snark had was liberalist female college students trading on their possible sexual availability and social circle game. Those were the BR days, Before Roissy.
Had young White men known the Crimson Arts in the 1990’s we could have flipped the script on the liberalist females and made them kowtow to us and adopt our views. But now we have the Gospel of Roissy and females don’t control us any more.
When I was in college I just figured I was never going to bed a liberalist, feminist college girl so I said whatever the hell I wanted. I accepted being hated, and cowardly males would tell me at the end of the semester they admired my courage and devil may care attitude to the hissing spitting feminist/liberalist womyn. Ironically, I found out the one that hated me the most, who would walk out of class in protest against me and slam the door, was also attracted to me, but I didn’t know how to play advantages then. I had unintentional game, because had the feminazi girls been nice to me, I would have liked it and possibly gone along with their politics somewhat. But I was just so accustomed to them all hating me that I said fuck it I’ll say whatever I want, and I’m learning Russian so I’ll get a politically incorrect Russian girl.
But I saw how the females control the males at colleges, at least among the liberals and non-athletes and intellectuals. The athletes are a different story. I remember hearing girls talk about how “a hockey player just walked in on me while I was taking a shower” and how hot it was for them to have their boundaries of sexual modesty violated. I was thinking, “that hockey player could get charged with sex offender and be put on a list” but these girls were loving it and wouldn’t have dreamed of reporting the hockey player.
Right wing intellectuals in colleges need to know Game, and they will break the hold of liberalist females, and maybe even de-vampire them. If a right wing college guy can give a liberalist female five minutes of alpha, he can totally destroy her Marxist brainwashing.
So back to snark. The liberals are still using snark, but it’s not working any more. Michelle Bachmann is singing my tune, even if its couched in Christian terms. She’s singing the tune for a lot of us.
She’s losing her seat because of Somali refugee pet voters being demographically shock trooped into her district, so she says, “To the devil with it all, it’s the end of the world anyway.” Most people paying attention are saying, “yeah, go Michelle!” instead of the dorm room snark crap.
October 12, 2013 |
1. Michele Bachmann: ‘Obama is part of Al Qaeda and end times are near.’
To the extent that she is capable of rational decision-making, Minn. Rep. Michele Bachmann decided this week might be a fitting time to remind the public that she is batshit crazy. During a radio interview, she spun out her theory that, A) President Obama is arming terrorists, generally, and Al Qaeda, specifically. And B) This is cause for rejoicing because it is a sign that the end times are near.
In the case of A., she was referring to Obama’s decision to provide small arms and anti-chemical weapons gear to certain Syrian rebels, or as Bachmann put it, “the United States is willingly, knowingly, intentionally sending arms to terrorists.”
Then the holy spirit must have filled her, or something, and she got all mystical. She said: “As I look at the End Times scripture, this says to me that the leaf is on the fig tree and we are to understand the signs of the times . . . we are to understand where we are in God’s end times history.”
Panic not, Christians, she continued. “Rather than seeing this as a negative, we need to rejoice, Maranatha Come Lord Jesus, His day is at hand. When we see up is down and right is called wrong, when this is happening, we were told this; these days would be as the days of Noah.”
Better get those arks ready.
3. Arizona lawmaker: ‘Obama is like Hitler.’
Ariz. State Rep. Brenda Barton added her voice to the list of right-wingers calling Obama, and Obamacare, absurdly hyperbolic names this week.
A brief review: Newt Gingrich has said Obama does not know how to be an American president, because he is inherently undemocratic, even though it is the right-wing of the Republican party that has shut down the government against the will of the majority of Americans. And it’s the right-wing that refuses to accept a law that was passed through the democratic process.
Never mind that though—Obama’s ‘behaving like a dictator,’ because he won’t negotiate with lunatics. George Will, who some people used to think was smart even when they disagreed with him, echoed the absurd, and racially-tinged comparison of Obamacare to the Fugitive Slave Act.
And then this little-known wack-job state legislator from Arizona comes along and chimes in that Obama is like Adolf Hitler. She posted it on Facebook, while also calling for rogue sheriffs to arrest federal employees enforcing the government shutdown. Yeah, that’s right, the shutdown that House Republicans caused—the same one that the right-wing calls Obama’s shutdown because he won’t negotiate on that legislatively approved, Supreme Court-vetted affordable health-care law. Sounds Hitlerian to us, all right, trying to get more poor and sick people health care coverage. Hitler loved those poor sick people.
4. Ted Cruz lollapalooza.
Ted Cruz, it has become abundantly clear, is capable of spewing near record amounts of nonsense and demagoguery. The architect of the shutdown and inadvertent popularizer of Obamacare is still talking—this time at a right-wing echo chamber writ large, the Values Voters Summit.
So deluded is Cruz, that he is still acting as though he has won a great victory, and the crowd did nothing to disabuse him of that fantasy. Among his plethora of reality-denying assertions: Obama might kidnap him: “I’m going to be going to the White House. If I’m never seen again, please send a search and rescue team. I very much hope by tomorrow morning I don’t wake up amidst the Syrian rebels.” Also, the Obama administration might start quartering soldiers in people’s homes since they are “bound and determined to violate every single one of our bill of rights.” On the Cold War: “Our foreign policy is detente, which I’m pretty sure is French for surrender.”
(Note to Ted: it means permanent thaw in hostilities.)
7. Bryan Fischer: ‘Good on Vladimir Putin for those anti-homosexual laws.’
Moving away from the lunatics in the House to the bullies in the pulpit, the fundamentalist American Family Association loudmouth Bryan Fischer expressed admiration for virulently homophobic Russian President Vladimir Putin for his country’s law criminalizing homosexual “propaganda,” because it is, they both agree “propaganda of pedophilia.”
Russia’s crackdown on the rights of gay people includes barring them from the Olympics, and new laws that would allow for the state to steal children from homes with same-sex parents. Vigilante groups are kidnapping and torturing teenagers suspected of being gay, and videotaping these horrific acts with impunity.
But it’s all good to Fischer and other haters, because the brave Russian leader is a great Christian, a “lion of Christianity, the defender of Christian values,” in contrast to, say, our leader.
“Just a bizarre day,” Fischer ranted maniacally on. “To ever think we would get to the day that Russia would be more advanced spiritually than the United States.”
Think he has even a passing acquaintance with what Jesus had to say?
8. Elisabeth Hasselbeck and John Stossel agree: welfare queens should not have air conditioning
Fox Business libertarian clown John Stossel has been yammering on forever about welfare cheats and the culture of dependency. He found his female doppelganger in Elisabeth Hasselbeck this week when she pointed out that welfare recipients who had air conditioning and cell phones were part of the “ugly side of entitlements.”
Stossel was plugging his special on the topic in which he asks supposed welfare recipients on the street whether they have TVs and air conditioning. “Do these folks really need to be on welfare?” Hasselbeck asks, as if Stossel might say yes.
But it’s okay, because Stossel and Hasselbeck really care about welfare recipients. “Is welfare creating more victims than it’s actually helping?” she later wondered. “The motivation to go get a job is almost non-existent in 35 states.”
So apparently, the free government stuff that libertarian, anti-government Stossel admits he gets, like Medicare, is different. Welfare, with its life of ease and keeping cool, encourages people “not to look for work.”