Saturday, August 11, 2018

The Kind Of Thing I Lose My Head Over

I released "A Message To Kanye" a few days ago, and, to my surprise, it's being received better by Democrats and liberals, who recognize the party in it, than Republicans and conservatives, who just seem to collectively yawn, before preemptively accusing me of being a black racist, and THEN listening to it. Insane.

Maybe the next track will do it - stay tuned,...

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Getting Our Country Back

Despite all the crying, I have no idea what’s going wrong, because everything seems to be going so right: Alex Jones is losing his mojo and Netflix don’t dance with Farrakhan.

These are good things. This is America. America of the Old West. Finally chasing The Medicine Show out of town.

I Predicted This. All Of It. Over 10 Years Ago. Totally Ignored. It Figures: I'm A Man

We're On A Slippery Slope (From Being A Dope)

"All They Have To Do Is Not Go Crazy Before The Midterms - And They Can't Do It!" 

- A popular saying on the Right about the Left

I released a song about the Democrat's cult just as the Right is mounting a defense of Alex Jones. Good Lord. It’s awful weird to hear complaints, that people are unrepentantly spreading misinformation, and then watch them defend those very same people when their ability to do so is curtailed. I think the internet companies should go further and wipe out GOOP, Oprah, astrologers, Ellen (because she’s always pumping up psychics) homeopaths, yogis, and all the other charlatans we know - with 100% certainty - are making a very good living from confusing every damned issue they can get their hands on for those who are, for whatever reason, vulnerable enough to believe them. I lived with such a person. It was horrifying to watch her be manipulated by these people. There were even deaths.

This society-wide lying in the West has to stop. The people telling the lies are determined to make us think President Trump warped our world, but, really, a short trip in history will reveal, not only that Oprah Winfrey declared “The Secret” was science long before Trump ever ran for anything (to no public condemnation) but Frank Furedi’s essay “The Age of Unreason” was published in 2005, as was the original BBC broadcast of Richard Dawkins’ “The Enemies of Reason”. Before that, we even had Francis Ween’s literary contribution, “How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered the World: A Short History of Modern Delusions” in 2004.

As John Lennon wrote of the Maharishi’s welcoming from the West in “Sexy Sadie”, everyone has been made into fools - again. They entered the cult of NewAge. “The Wild, Wild Country” where a Rajneesh delivers their news and an astrology outfit (which is what The Daily Kos supposedly was before it switched to politics) directs their actions. It’s time to get out of it now. It’s time for America to let it go.

And it’s already waaay past time for more-than-a-few very famous people to go to jail.

Friday, June 29, 2018

NewAgers Never Knew America - Or Anything Else (And Don't Want To Now)

So Slate magazine - are these things still "magazines" if they only exist online? - says The America We Thought We Knew Is Gone, using "we" in much the same way Kurt Andersen does in "Fantasyland": as though we're all guilty of a little yoga, meditation, and whatnot, so must all accept the blame for the lunacy. Nope, sorry, Bud, this is just on y'all. (Especially those supposedly in control. Bill and Hillary and Jen and Brad, etc., all consulting crazy Ken Wilber (above) - Oprah Winfrey will believe anybody about any damned thing - I can't think of any Americans who've been less in control than these celebrities who've been dominating our lives throughout the latter half of the 20th Century.) You Thunderbirds were go, go, GO!

Trump haters understand "flyover country" in the same way they do the president, using the same amount of information, and in equal amounts, because (as we've seen with more-than-a-few journalists trudging in to see "normal Americans" since Trump won) they've deliberately had no real experience with any of this. Notice it's the America "We Thought We Knew" - not the real one - they're lamenting seeing go. The fantasy they've held that never existed. The real America's still here - filled with "deplorables" - and they still hate it. Get it? The fact the "good guys" *might not* be America's haters occurs to them much less than it does Mitchell & Webb's Nazi SS Men wondering if, maybe, they're "the baddies".

Slate's writer is someone named Lili Loopbourow, and she's upset "a reality-television star who lost the popular vote by millions" gets to do stuff. That's odd because, if seeing Donald Trump make it to the White House - right after one-term Senator Barack Obama - doesn't mean the maxim "anybody can president in America" is true, then I don't know what does. And hating the game, after Hillary lost it, is just sour grapes.

"Don't hate the player, Baby,..."

There's no need to go on. (I told you I don't reason with the unreasonable.) I'm just glad to acknowledge the Left's fantasy world is falling apart. I hope they don't take being "really woke" too hard - it's for the best:

All that sleeping everybody was doing is what got us into this mess.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Dropping The Deuce

I've had a really hard time blogging because, it seems to me, at some point, trying to reason with the unreasonable has to end. I mean, I can't be living in Kurt Andersen's "Fantasyland" and also be expected to respect the fantasists (he describes as "we") enough to want to speak to them. Rationality just doesn't work that way. (Of course, I only know this, now, after screwing with this subject for 32 years, which - as far as I'm concerned, under any circumstance - has been far beyond the call of duty.)

So now I'm writing for me. Just so I can see in print - somewhere - that, if studies say yoga and meditation increase the ego (as I always said it did and demolishing the claims of beloved con artists like David Lynch) then all these "studios" sprouting up in cities large and small *might* be one big overlooked reason for, both, our recent narcissism epidemic and this last generation of little Hitlers in spandex demanding we all go vegan.

Nobody else is going to say it. Anderson Cooper won't catch it. Not for a while. Based on the way assimilation and dissemination of this type of information seems to work - say, as demonstrated by NXIVM and how long it took for the media and the authorities to catch up there - nobody else is going to say what I'm thinking and/or aware of for, at least, another 10 years, or more, so I guess I might as well get it all down, today, if I just want to see it (possibly) at all.

But "you're welcome" anyway.

So, as expected, the NewAge hasn't exactly turned out as the believers imagined it would, back in the halcyon days of 1987 and their "Harmonic Convergence", when Pandora's Box was supposedly opened and, released, we were all to bow before The Furies - never realizing President Trump was one (as well as being a former Democrat). As Mr. T used to say, I pity the fools.

After Hillary Clinton getting beat by President Trump in 2016, and like The Wizard Of Oz's Wicked Witch of the West lamenting the world's loss of her "beautiful wickedness" as she's "melting, melting," NewAge believers can only watch their works dissolve as it slowly starts to register in the public mind that, say, being against vaccines (as political loudmouthed Robert DeNiro is) and GMOs (as Whole Foods Supermarket and almost all of France is) is stupidity personified - and someone should be held responsible for those believing otherwise. Especially if they got really passionate about it.

(How does Hillary's vocal advocacy for yoga look, now that it's known to inflate the ego and she's allegedly regularly falling down stairs and currently using a back brace? Who talked her into it? Does anybody care? Come on, how does a former Secretary of State go from talking whatever kind of nonsense produced slavery in Libya to talking the kind of nonsense that has her demonstrating "alternate nasal breathing exercises" as though they're some equal level accomplishment?)

It's all normalized insanity - and it wasn't "idiot" Trump who fed it.