Friday, May 31, 2013

This Is Serious


 I'm sorry, but this is really badly written. Can anyone tell me: 

 Does it say the UKIP conservatives, in England, are as nutty (and craven) as Romney or not?

FINALLY: We're Getting To The Nub Of The Whole Thing


Glenn Reynolds and Dr. Helen. I don't know what to do with them. 

Dr. Helen has a new book about men on campus, which is good, but I don't see much in it that actually supports men - which doesn't surprise me, since she's married to the screwy Glenn Reynolds. 

Let me explain: 


 Though she doesn't say it, most of the "problems" Dr. Helen documents are man made.

Not female.



 They are the result of (some) men being made to feel demoralized over their own nature. 

That's race and classed based, because when lower-income minority men face the obvious discrimination Dr. Helen writes about, our answer has generally been pretty uniform:

"Fuck you, Bitch!"

But this has gotten us in trouble with the Glenn Reynolds' of the world (Ever heard him have a good word to say about Rap, unless it's some lame, rhythmless political white guy spouting it?) Glenn's partner in crime, Ann Althouse, actually got a man to "marry" her (both on their supposed "second" marriages - another feminist trope) when she spouts feminist nonsense like I breathe. 

I mean, these guys don't recognize. 


 THAT'S the real "problem" here. 


 It's "men" who climb mountains - without balls, "men" who dislike masculinity, and men who can't catch women without it (which is why Glenn Deer-In-The-Headlights Reynolds is so big on the "player" community - he and his kind need the help, when even homeless black guys have been known to possess enough charisma to catch...). 

These are the "men" attempting to marginalize a more realistic view of Americans, America, and the world. Or do I read this message on Instapundit daily? No, I read stuff on how to get sex, who's having sex, "21st Century relationships" (said like "screwed up" is permanent) and other nonsense that contributes nothing to the issue at hand, or dismantles the framework to enforce it, that I have to live with and under.


 I don't need Dr. Helen to tell me what's happened to me - I need the likes of Glenn Fucking Reynolds to stop being a little bitch, recalibrate, and actually DO SOMETHING. 


 Feminists today have an advocate, and defender, for their brand of fascism - and it's the very same guy they've been most determined (and most likely) to bring down. I don't care what credentials he's gained, he's a fool. And that's one big reason why blacks, etc., won't join in to this brand of conservatism - and why I didn't vote for his controlling Mormon to be president, too - it's pretty simple, really:


 I know what "free" means, and my freedom especially - the rest of you are just talking, titillating, trying to see what sticks, no better than the media. 


 I ain't interested - I live in, with, and under your bullshit. 


 You're less than worthless and I'll keep saying it's so. Dr. Helen "discovered" a problem? Whoopee! Great stride for a woman. Is any part of the book on HER being caught up in The Matrix somehow? 

I'm not saying she has to be, but come on. 


I will not be part of the long-standing discrimination directed at me, whether from women, gays, other men, or anybody or anything else - and I recognize when it's happening, even if those for or against me don't. Your decades of "nudging" has had the exact opposite effect.


YOU let this situation happen - not me - YOU stand against me and my freedom in my country. And you expect me to vote with you? How long have Glenn Reynolds and Ann Althouse been on campus? And Oh, why can't black men get it together? Yeah, I wonder. (And is rage O.K. off the pages of Dr. Helen's book?) 


 As far as I'm concerned, if gays can get mad and rush churches throwing glitter, and women can get mad enough to show their tits in public protest, then - as a man - you too should know that, if you fuck with me, you better come correct or I'll get mad and might beat the shit out of you. 

And I have, and I'm not ashamed to write it or say it. 

That's the way it's been since foster care.

You don't do that to me. I ain't made of that. I know the wrong of feminism as surely as racism, and as long as right is my guiding force - and a big part of that was put there by black women - they'll get push-back, end of story.


 The "reason" any man thinks different, when those are the rules of engagement between ourselves, large and small - and feminists made it clear this is now a zero-sum game - ain't no mystery to me:


 I'm surrounded by belly-crawling idiotic horndogs, and/or confused cowards, and nothing more.


 And all Dr. Helen did, to her credit, is document how far it's gone - but only on campus. Not also in, say, every fucking corporate Human Resources office across this country - so that ain't enough, assholes. 

How isolated are you, really, from my world?


 Look at yourselves. 


 Don't look at me - Dr. Helen wouldn't have had anything to write about without YOU,...

The NewAge Trail Of Tears


Let's see,...

Chicago - check. 

Next, being anti-violence - without being pro-critical thinking - check. 

Oh, based on that last one alone, forget it - it figures:
"The head of a publicly funded anti-violence group is now facing charges after allegedly attacking his wife inside their suburban home."
Somebody's "on the path",...

Dogs Rhyme With Frogs (And Both Rhyme With Blogs)

 I've said it before, and I have to say it again - you're all madder than a box of frogs:
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker has voiced her support for the work of controversial British conspiracy theorist David Icke on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs. 
When asked which book she would take were she to be an isolated castaway, the author of The Color Purple chose Icke’s ‘Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More.’ 
In the 750-page tome, Icke describes how the human mind is controlled from the moon. 
The moon, he claims, is actually a “gigantic spacecraft” which sends us a “fake reality broadcast”. 
This method of manipulation is said to work “in much the same way as portrayed in the Matrix movie trilogy”. 
Icke, a former BBC presenter, drew mockery in 1991 when he pronounced himself the son of the messiah in an interview with Terry Wogan. 
Since then, he has made a career as an author and public speaker. 
One of his key ideas is that Earth is ruled by shape-shifting reptiles, including the Queen and President Barack Obama.
And there you have it - The Matrix - and a box of frogs,...

Nothing's Ever Cool Anymore (Thanks To The Hippies)

"Crazy lady, living in a bag, eating out of garbage pails, used to be a fag hag,..."
- Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five, "The Message", a classic Rap song that made hanging out with gay guys not sound that cool,... 

"Jury finds pastor Malcolm Fraser guilty of sex crimes against a child"
- The Enumclaw Courier Herald, making hanging out with religious folks not sound that cool,...

"Old Economy Steve: The Official Meme for Embittered Millennials"
- The Atlantic Magazine, making hanging out with Baby Boomers (who left all this evil foolishness for the rest of us to clean up) not sound that cool,...

American Leadership In 2013: 300 Million Citizens But - For President - We'll Have To Choose Between Weirdos

“Definition of an optimist: a person with a depressed friend.”
- Alainde Botton 


 It isn't often nowadays, that I'll read the news and guffaw about it, but - even if I know his movie's a Scientology propaganda tool and that bothers me - this interview with Will Smith and his (totally brainwashed) kid is hilarious:
"I'm a student of patterns. At heart, I'm a physicist. I look at everything in my life as trying to find the single equation, the theory of everything."

 Hmmm. I should say "Hillaryous":
"It has been said that Ken Wilber is a cult leader. Some say a destructive cult leader. He counts Bill and Hillary Clinton as followers. Bill Clinton has quoted him. Hillary responded enthusiastically, when asked if she was trying to find Wilber's Theory of Everything, 'That’s right, that’s exactly right!'”
Ken Wilber, Scientology, the same loopy "theory" - just as chiropractors recommend naturopaths, and they in turn recommend homeopathy, and so on - do you wonder why NewAgers keep saying "it's all connected"? They've constructed a web (The Matrix movie was a warning) that, they think, we'll never figure our way out of.

Before it's too late, that is.


So, Hillary is the next major presidential candidate after what we just went through with the Mormon, Mitt Romney? The naturally "most qualified" we're told? Jesus.

Fuck "Everything" - I've got a "Theory Of Elections" in the NewAge, and it goes like this:

From now on, every four years, we'll be hiding our faces in shame,...

I'll Go Now, You Stay Here (So "Nothing" Burns Down,...)


 Well Britain's Kate Hopkins took the Glenn Reynolds position on weight last night, and got the kind of treatment Reynolds should've gotten from more people than me. The public called Hopkins "vile" and "ignorant" - two words I'd definitely apply to Reynolds - while other conservatives continue to let Reynolds assume he's there for blowjob practice only. 

After that last election - and links to NewAge bullshit like laughter yoga - don't your jaws hurt? 


 Speaking of weight and image, can I be the first male to say (many) women appear to have mental problems? I mean, how can it take anyone a lifetime to "come to terms" with their body? I "accepted" mine when I first looked in a mirror, a child. Women are crazy - and undiagnosed crazy at that. The kind of crazy they want to force on everyone else. 

If you're normal, the shit's exhausting:

Fuck telling newspapers about it, they're mentally ill and need help.

You know how (some) people are happy/surprised when they discover blacks can be "articulate"? What do they think when they hear whites, like those above, who can't explain themselves? 


 I'd really like to know. 


 But, of course, I knew this already:
"You were right to be skeptical about hippies all this time -- they're all peace and love, but give them one charismatic dude in a loud shirt and they'll do whatever he says."

 That's right, Charlie, so - News Flash! - I'm off to find a shirt sale,...

Thursday, May 30, 2013

There's A Reason No Black Guys Ever Joined Fight Club

Wow - losing an election appears to have destroyed Bill Whittle. Six months in and he doesn't just look older, he's worn out, his voice is gone, and those stinging bon mots he's famous for delivering don't seem to "pop" like they used to, sounding as tired as Ol' Bill now looks. What a toll: 

He's Barack Obama's white twin. 

I don't know what killed Andrew Breitbart, but it wasn't this. 

And do you know why it's happening? 

I do - and I'll tell you: 


 Because - unlike Andrew's direct aim, outlook, and approach - every word Bill Whittle & Co. says is still pointed in the wrong direction. 


Here's Glenn Reynolds doing it - gloriously. 

He just doesn't see himself. How truthfully ugly and wrong he is. 

And no one can tell him anything. 


 If there's a huge difference with Obama there (or Woody Allen saying, "Yeah, I'm a hypocrite - but for the Left!") someone will have to explain. 


 I don't think (even as smart as he is) Bill Whittle grasps it, but - as long as we ignore the Right's role in what's transpired - he's only beating himself up. 

He never touches the president - because he never even touches me. 

Every punch that Bill Whittle throws ends up landing on his own chin, having first glanced off the delusion he's still the right man to throw them. Like the Right's shown there's some huge difference between it and Obama, when they - and their respective parties - have really only proven themselves only to be masters at ignoring the obvious in equal measure. 


 Like the fact we new others are looking at them. 

Hi, guys. "Captain Obvious" here, still not buying your bullshit. 

And if you don't engage you'll never know why.


 The fact that none of them acknowledge that after a devastating loss - any more than the mainstream media wants to admit they exist - is their downfall. 

The Right talked me out of voting - not Obama - remember?

That's THE RIGHT'S loss. 


 I ain't got nothing to lose anymore, thanks to various obsessions they share with the other side. (I'm the Titanic's bandleader now, tapping my baton on the music stand, preparing a Requiem For Romney to be played as we follow him down - carry on.) Now that I think about it, maybe Bill can ask Mitt and Ann Romney about some homeopathic treatments or something, to help the party's health along. 

I hear they're deep into that.


 And decline is a choice. Seriously, at this point, I have absolutely no idea why Obama doesn't give Whittle a call to lend a hand, since Bill's proven himself so good at holding himself down - and the Right - using this form of self-restraint and/or immolation. However you describe it, it's Self-Help of the worst kind, and it's eating poor Bill alive: 


 But - as I always say - that's how the NewAge "works".....