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“In this twittering world…” Twitterings from the Left Behind

Not here the darkness, in this twittering world.
Descend lower, descend only
Into the world of perpetual solitude,
World not world, but that which is not world,
Internal darkness, deprivation
And destitution of all property,
Desiccation of the world of sense,
Evacuation of the world of fancy,
Inoperancy of the world of spirit; Four Quartets – 1 Burnt Norton

Mob Rule

The Unbearable Lightness of LGBTQ

The president of the USA is a straight white man, they say. First off, no, the president of the united states is a Jamaican/Indian woman, even the “president” knows it. Second, his symbolic importance is that he will shortly step down.

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  • Jack May 10, 2021, 9:04 AM

    I just stumbled upon another site that featured a comment by our late friend Ol’Remus’. Thought I’d share it.

    “Middle class America is no less violent than any other people. They seem passive because they’re results oriented. They rise not out of blood frenzy but to solve the otherwise insoluble. Their methods of choice are good will, cooperation, forbearance, negotiation and finally, appeasement, roughly in that order.

    Only when these fail to end the abuse do they revert to blowback. And they do so irretrievably. Once the course is set and the outcome defined, doubt is put aside.

    The middle class is known, condemned actually, for carrying out violence with the efficiency of an industrial project where bloody destruction at any scale is not only in play, it’s a metric. Remorse is left for the next generation, they’ll have the leisure for it. We’d like to believe this is merely dark speculation. History says it isn’t.”
    – Ol’Remus

  • ghostsniper May 10, 2021, 9:36 AM

    @ Jack, my life seems to have diminished a little without the Remus weekly additive.

  • Kevin in PA May 10, 2021, 11:30 AM

    Shouldn’t this be titled “Twatterings from the Left Behind”?

    Richard Gonzalez, CEO of AbbVie, and the man behind Lupron, the main puberty blocker used on kids.
    The dude looks like he drinks the blood of children. Sick bastard.

    What 85 IQ Looks Like – I have a question. Is that the average IQ for each the 18 participants in that study, or is that the cumulative total?

    The police – always there when you need them. Serving and Protecting THE MOB! These loathsome parasites are every bit as much traitors as are the BLM and ANTIFA Marxists. They swore an oath, yet paycheck and pension are more important than duty and honor. If the popo wish to serve their communities, they should take the garbage off the street. No one has a right to block traffic, but the folks wanting to travel on taxpayer funder roads have every right to be there.

    The Azerbijani diplomat sure touched a nerve with his comments about Julian Assange.

    I can only stand to watch 32 seconds of the current Resident of the White House. Let’s get your bib on for pudding, Joe and then nappy time.

    I too miss Ol’ Remus’ regular doses of wisdom.

  • Jake May 10, 2021, 12:44 PM

    I too miss Remus.
    The 85 IQ is a little high for that group. (They probably have no conscience in hurting you either)

  • gwbnyc May 10, 2021, 12:55 PM

    Jay Nordlinger: Say! Got time for some critical tit theory?

  • Jack May 10, 2021, 2:59 PM

    Yeah, we all miss Remus.

    On another subject….just exactly WTF was going on with that psychopathic gorilla on acid in the One Race, The Human Race vid? I’ve heard a lot of garbled, mumbled, unintelligible and idiotic negro yak in my life but I’ve never run across anything quite like that. Or seen anything quite like that, either.

    I’m pinning most of my hope in their future on the Covid serums. There must be relief from this kind of thing somewhere out there.

  • Kevin in PA May 10, 2021, 3:17 PM

    “I’ve heard a lot of garbled, mumbled, unintelligible and idiotic negro yak in my life but I’ve never run across anything quite like that. Or seen anything quite like that, either.”

    That was a mating call of the Harlem Subway Monkey. Notice there were no takers on that car.

  • Nori May 10, 2021, 6:06 PM

    We’ve just gotten a preview of the 2022 SuperBowl Halftime show.

  • ghostsniper May 10, 2021, 6:36 PM

    The 2 idiots sitting there in proximity to that gibbering baboon.
    All 3 need to be excised.

  • Zaphod May 10, 2021, 8:35 PM

    This curated based selection makes a nice change from dismal fare of Twittering from the Left’s Behind.

  • Annie Rose May 11, 2021, 5:50 AM

    There’s a whole lot of crazy out there, especially on public transportation. It’s ramping up as it always does when the world becomes less stable.

    Years ago, my family was taking an overcrowded Metra train into Chicago. For 30 minutes my young daughters got to listen to the nicely dressed woman seated across from us tell us how she was a viola- the musical instrument. With no other seats available in any other cars, we were stuck with her. Having worked with the developmentally delayed, psychotics, and schizophrenics, I was able to keep her from escalating into her psychosis by sharing that my youngest played a viola in her orchestra. She happily babbled on about other equally bizarre topics.

    At the end of the train ride she told us that she was off to her job behind the cosmetics counter at an iconic Chicago department store. That experience prepared my youngest for her current job situation, where she works side by side with two new co-workers, one who is a high functioning autistic and does excellent work, and the other who is schizophrenic, and sadly, untreated and having a rough time learning the ropes.

    People with significant mental illness and other psychiatric diagnoses are all around us. Many are not functioning well and pick up on the current social stress. Kindness, respect, and just keeping it real with them will be needed when you can’t extricate yourself from the situation. Prepare accordingly.

  • ghostsniper May 11, 2021, 7:40 AM

    “Many are not functioning well and pick up on the current social stress.”
    When I was a kid I had every kind of mental affliction one could imagine, until my dad took his belt off. With guidance, supervision, punishment, encouragement from a mother and father, and practice and age I learned how to become a normal functioning bipodal carbon unit contributing to the benefit of society, family, and self. Alter any of those things and you’ll get a different output.

  • Jack May 11, 2021, 9:58 AM

    Ghost, I agree with you and somewhere along the line that same kind of ‘guidance’ kept me from taking permanent leave from the Reservation and eventually I began to figure my way. I never even wound up in juvey or jail or anything….lol.