Has Nihilism Finally Popped Pop Culture?
What do Pop Stars do these days to be original? They typically are far more cynical than original, so they do what worked for the last 100 years – Épater la bourgeoisie. Yet today; that totally isn’t working. People are less than fascinated when Miley Cyrus demonstrates her favorite bedroom positions on teddy bears. They could care less what Kanye West believes that George W. Bush thinks about Black People. That Kanye’s new sexual toy, Kim Khardashian is one biblical dragon-ride short of being The Harlot of Babylon is not of much interest to the average American.
So the pop-artist experiments, deconstructs and having hit bottom, longs for a sharper shovel. The music, film and filth cease to have any meaning at all. It becomes all Épater la bourgeoisie, all the time. Somewhere in their deluded, fame addicted brains, these people have to know that Johnnie Rotten and the Sex Pistols did it first and did it better.
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Stop Obama, Van Jones, Unions, George Soros and the “Useful Idiots”
Could Van Jones with the able assistance of Soros and friends be paying us back for not so gently removing him from our White House? Van Jones, Obama’s ex-green CZAR is threatening Americans, saying if we think the OWS Protest movement is bad now, “You haven’t seen anything yet.” The question being is this just idle rhetoric or is this just the beginning of total | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, conservative blog
, George Soros
, Rules for Radicals
, Wall Street Protestors
“Occupy” thug-ocrats vs. Tea Party Patriots
I thought I’d share my thoughts, in the form of the Op-Ed/Letter I’ve sent many outlets of the MSM…. I’d like to Thank the Media for showing us Tea Party folk the errors of our ways and how it is that we would also gain respect with MSM support and positive coverage – obviously you think we would be “better” if we were like the | Read More »
Tags: "Letter To The Editor"
, founding fathers
, occupy wall street
, race baiting
, tea party
March To Waterloo.
In any rational political environment, Barack Hussein Obama would be toast. Notice, please, the use of the word ‘rational’. The left has been on a collision course with all things American since the 1903 Bolshevik revolution, led by Leon Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin, whose political-economic theories formed the basis of what was to become the Communist Party in Russia and the launch of the international | Read More »
San Francisco Bay Area And Northern California Patriot Alert.
May… the first of the month, international communism’s banner day, when the enlightened prance around maypoles singing ‘The International’… or else! They already had April 22 set aside as Earth Day, under the guise of international greenery and enough vacuum-brained kumbaya to gag a skunk ape. In another coincidental, totally random accident of history, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin was born to well-off, upper middle class parents | Read More »
Lenin and The Symbols of the Seasons
You may think it strange that Christmas makes me think of V I Lenin, the founder of the USSR. But for 50 years he was the symbol of everything good and holy in a powerful and sizeable portion of the world. As Mark Twain once said of the Devil, “anyone who is spiritual head of half the world…and political head of the whole of it” | Read More »
The Third World War
The Third World War has begun and it is not what we expected. America and the Western world are facing a danger no country has ever faced before. Our enemy is not a government nor is it a country. We are fighting enemies who are willing to kill themselves in order to kill us. This war makes our conventional Army, Navy and Air forces impotent. | Read More »
America: One on One With Her Liberty
As I said in my previous post, “Anatomy of a Bolshevik,” history is never a carbon copy of the past but it does provide useful parallels. So when I looked through the pages of Gordon Woods’ brilliant book, American Revolution, I was struck by certain similarities between the past and present of our country. In the book’s preface, Woods writes: Unlike the French Revolution, which | Read More »
Why Treaties With The Russians Are Worthless
To understand the title completely, a quick overview of Russian History is needed. After the fall of the Byzantine Empire to the Turks in 1453, the Czars, beginning with Ivan the Great, viewed themselves as the inheritors of the Byzantine Christian traditions, with Moscow becoming “The Third Rome,” complete with a messianic mission to protect Orthodox Christianity. Ivan the Great married a Byzantine princess, niece | Read More »
Anatomy of a Bolshevik
To say that Obama is a Bolshevik may sound extreme, but as someone who grew up in the former Soviet Union, and holds degrees in economics and political science from the University of Marxism-Leninism, the American political landscape reveals a scary reality: the United States elected a Radical Socialist Government committed to the transformation of the American capitalist free-enterprise system into an egalitarian society with | Read More »
, Government Spending
, Soviet Union
Monomania? Obama’s Increasingly Schitzoid World.
Obama’s world view has room for few things in it other than himself. He came into office with a whole series of puzzling dichotomies orbiting around his condescending head. From “the sweetest sound I ever heard was the sound of the muezzin calling the faithful to prayers in the evening” to “my muslim faith”, (George Stephanopoulos quickly stepping in and saving Obama with “Your Christian | Read More »
The Man Behind The Mirror – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.
Joseph Goebbels had a standard mantra which is attributed to him, in spirit if not in fact. “Tell a big enough lie frequently enough and it will be believed”. Actually Lenin, William James (considered to be father of modern psychology), and Adolf Hitler all had variations on the theme. It’s a current that runs through socialist history. In fact, socialism cannot function in the light | Read More »
I Was A ‘Useful Idiot’
For the first 39 years of my life, I was a walking, talking useful idiot. I believed without question what I saw on TV, and adopted as fact whatever I saw in the newspaper headlines. Armed with this information, I figured I knew it all. There were no questions I couldn’t answer and no opinions I wouldn’t espouse. Especially when they were formed by others. | Read More »
The Too Good to Check April Fool’s Day Open Thread.
There’s just something satisfying about this. (Via Ace of Spades HQ, via English Russia.) Not as satisfying as knowing that Pravda now resembles the National Enquirer (it is not nearly cool enough to be compared to the Weekly World News), but satisfying nonetheless. Open thread.
Hammer and Sickle at WSOP
t this year’s World Series of Poker one of the members of the final table was Moscow, Russia born Ivan Demidov. Whenever he was in a hand the television cameras would pan to his fans in the audience. When things went Ivan’s way, his friend, wearing a New York Yankee Jersey (a bit ironic), would wave not the white, blue, and red Russian flag; but | Read More »