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True but Forbidden #53: Make America Bounce Again

Faster Please, the Election is in 2020:  Diogenes’ Middle Finger: First Human Composting Facility To Begin Operation in 2021

President Blutarsky Will Eat The Peach Mints  This is how Donald Trump will remain President for four more years. We know the Dems have to impeach him or face The Box Wine Maenads of the mid-life crisis bureaucracy.

Pamela Karlan went above and beyond yesterday. She hath yea, verily ascended to The Archetype of The Piss-Biting Shrew. Her testimony did not bring legal expertise to bear on the deep and solemn issue of whether to impeach President Blutarsky. It popped a suppurating pustule of post-menopausal neurosis deeply analogous to the current state of the Amerikan Empire. Rather than the cute, little cat pictures from Zuckerface, what we got yesterday was the yowl of the pointless, spoiled bitch kitty.

The Sensible Solution to Africa’s Overpopulation Problem    Learn a hobby, Africans. Start practicing yoga. Keep a journal. Make lists. Visit a family member you haven’t seen in years. Pray the rosary. Become a YouTuber. I’m certain that when you have no job prospects and all that stands before you is a vast wasteland of sand and buzzards, sexual intercourse must seem like a welcome release.

“It takes a village to raise a child,” goes the African folk saying. But your subcontinent is so economically devastated, it takes a village to afford a child.

You need to learn from your mistakes, Africans. Grow up and keep it in your pants. It’s your only hope.

UP IN SMOKE: Willie Nelson, 86, says he’s no longer smoking marijuana due to breathing issues. Doesn’t matter. These days he can just order up some Pot Suppositories, “Preparation Bong.” That is if that hole is still working.

Another label that could be applied to the Enemy (of Life), is “corporate culture.” Every large corporation — even a chicken sandwich franchise — must pursue uniformity thanks to economies of scale. All, without exception, soon embrace Leftist drivel, to level obstacles to their mass-market spread. This is because, in present conditions of dollar worship, it is essential for management to be morally gutless. To oppose any trend might slow their cashflow.

The downtown Los Angeles skyline looks more like Blade Runner by the day, a blur of smog and skyscrapers. At night, the city becomes all angles, blinking hotel lights and billboards. Walking downtown late on a Wednesday, a shower of light cut through the dark, and I halted my mad dash to my car. Through a flood of pixels, a travel agency advertised the Mojave Desert on the glass obliques of a hotel. Joshua Tree National Park swam across the ten-foot screen, the trees’ thorny flanks hooked into the sky. I’d just been teaching a youth writing course at the LA Public Library. Immersed in an equation of reading responses and teenage feelings, I had been thinking only of the terror of fighting traffic and what I was going to make for dinner. The image was sleek and clear, and I felt as if I had been teleported directly there.

Sultan Knish: Live by the Lie, Die by the Lie  Liars lose touch with reality. The cost of the con is no longer knowing what’s true. Democrats were sucked into an alternate reality in which Trump is a Russian agent and was on the verge of being overthrown by a secret deep state operation. When they actually tried to make these laughable fantasies real, the collision with reality unraveled both the plans and the lies, leaving a disaster area.

China needed to present itself to the world as a burgeoning economic power and a benign political power, overseeing a united mass of people moving forward in history. The purges raised eyebrows but could be dismissed as what they were claimed to be: an anti-corruption campaign. Xinjiang was far away and, for most people, out of focus. But Hong Kong is not far away or out of focus. It forces us to see the other two issues in a different light. Now we see China not as a symbol of progress, but as a fearful nation struggling to repress discordant elements.

A Deplorable Strategy Beyond 2020 To lead is to show the way, to explain what is to be done and how it’s to be done, and to do it passionately. In 2016 and since, we have learned that our ruling class has amassed the power and developed the taste to revel in making us miserable. We have also learned that to avoid this, we must undo or separate ourselves from them, their structures, and priorities. Knowing that they regard us as illegitimate, we have no choice but to return the favor. Living as we do in revolutionary times, we—and whoever would lead us—must act accordingly.

Raconteur Report: Hunger And Starvation Are Powerful Teaching Tools…  And maybe, as your bellies bloat and your vision dims, you can ponder the white farmers you killed, whose families you raped, and whose land you stole outright, because you never learned to read well enough to understand the parable of the Golden Goose, and your surviving population will stop going for lying leaders telling them that if they just cut the Goose open, they’ll be rich too.

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  • Monty James December 6, 2019, 9:31 AM

    Well, the trampoline looks like fun.

  • Ulysses Toole December 6, 2019, 12:06 PM

    Pamela Karlan is just another angry leftist lesbian elitist.

  • ghostsniper December 6, 2019, 1:45 PM

    Diogenes’ Middle Finger: First Human Composting Facility To Begin Operation in 2021
    Is this satire or what?
    I got to this part, “…the process will yield about a cubic yard of soil per person.”, and bailed.
    I cubic yard, eh?
    Let’s see, a cubic yard is 3’x3’x3’=27 cubic feet and a cubic foot of soil weighs about 80 lbs, so 27×80= more than a ton.
    How does a say, 150 lb person, end up as a ton of soil?
    Maff iz har bruh.

  • H December 7, 2019, 4:45 AM

    Well the composting folks will have some competition. According to the prophecy, Soylent Industries is fixin’ to roll out their new Green product the year 2022, so I don’t look for the composting thing to go very far due to the lack of raw materials.

  • Schill McGuffin December 7, 2019, 12:46 PM

    In the third world, as it was for our own first world ancestors, having many children isn’t something one does in spite of economic uncertainty — it’s a mechanism for coping with it. One has a lot of children to produce additional income, and to have someone to take care of you in your old age. Only in the worst sort of famine conditions do additional children impose a burden, and those are typically fleeting. Typically, throughout the world, increased living standards tend to result in reduced birthrates, and that’s not just due to easier access to contraception.

    Also, I think the key factor in Chick-fil-A “folding” was the “globalist” factor, not just overall pressure. In the US they’d basically weathered the “woke” attacks — people were familiar with the merits of the place (good food and excellent service) and there were many otherwise PC folks who just winked at the incorrectness of it and either ignored it or actively patronized it. When they tried extending franchises to Europe, however, they encountered a much more mobilized and intense protest environment, and didn’t have the decades of good will to trade on that they do in the US. That’s why they had to close their first attempts to open restaurants, and have done their unfortunate current profile shift. They expect to lose fewer conservative customers than they’ll gain customers overall overseas.

  • Vanderleun December 7, 2019, 4:38 PM

    Welll I’d like to be able to say that if the shift is purely a business decision they’d be making it from a much more rational basis than my mere wish that this shift bite them in their turncoat ass. And as such their decision will probably bear more fruit than my wish.

    At the same time I really loved Krispy Kreme as a small regional chain but I never go into one now their they’ve become this strange seldom trafficed francise shops you see here and there in mall land. Maybe they make sense as a business but they don’t draw me as a customer.

  • Rich Fader December 8, 2019, 5:16 PM

    Oh, the intellectual drones, the bureaucrats, the Plum Bookers, the consultants, the think-tankers, the mastheaders at opinion journals, what have you, on both sides of the aisle, they’re the Omegas, and whatever sorority their little sisters were in. The Greg Marmalards, the Doug Neidermeyers, the Babs Jansens, the young wannabes the Chip Dillers. May all their careers die painfully and in public. Marmalard? Dead. Neidermeyer? Dead. Jansen? Dead. Diller? Dead.