If you grew up in the 90’s, and were lucky enough to have access to TV without your parents around, you may have watched Jerry Springer in all its glory.
From girls in the audience flashing their breasts in exchange for bead necklaces, to fights breaking out on stage after a “ding ding” sounds off to start them, to Jerry himself throwing out his opinions in the matters, it made some of us feel like our lives were that much more “normal”.
But what of Jerry to call out ANYONE, even Trump, for a lack of dignity? Ben Shapiro, the sometimes good friend of freedom, had a funny response:
Springer was elected to the Cincinnati city council in 1971. He resigned in 1974 after admitting to hiring a prostitute. The episode was uncovered when a police raid on a Fort Wright, Kentucky massage parlor found a check Springer had written pinned to a wall in their office with “for services rendered” written in the memo.
WARNING: Before you implement the pieces of advice, it is necessary for you to have a nuke or else it is not easy to declare yourself as a legal thug who is going to constitutionally take care of everything at the expense of everyone else except yourself.
Otherwise, you would have a difficult time in organising the slaves and call yourself “the government”.
To destroy your nation’s economy, you need to abhor freedom of others. If you lack this quality, you are not “mentally fit” to envy and expropriate others. All your actions can be justified by a piece of paper called “constitution”. There’s nothing to worry about, except anarchists.
Second thing, you should never learn economics. What matters is sociology because it helps us to “screech autistically” and attain the status of victimhood, followed by a biased understanding of the history subject.
By the way, if you come across any “critical thinker” or “learned person” then it is your moral duty to shun his/her opinion without using facts, but sentiments. Anyway, the above premises are the fundamental and foundational qualities to embrace the civility of a good politician. Only Ron Paul can be a bad politician because he does not support this guide/blog. I condemn him for that. Continue reading “A Political Guide To Destroying Your Economy”
Different people possess different opinions, definitions and comprehensions about politics. Many individuals continue to [vociferously] express and discourse their stagnant views and loud perspectives about politics, respectively. They “feel good” about what they say, no matter how incoherent their statements are. They wouldn’t mind shunning others’ “political opinion” without realising that the inherent quality of any political debate is cyclically poor.
What matters to them is their own “political ego” and nothing else.
But, it isn’t my business to decide the best political opinion, statement or scientist because ‘politics is inherently a waste of time, energy, mind and wealth’.
If you were silent with Obama droning every day of his administration, but hated Bush for doing similar things – you are a hypocrite.
Obama bombed 7 countries in 8 years. It doesn’t matter if it’s a democrat or a republican.
If you were OK with Bush “defending our freedom” with war crimes on the other side of the world (how did our freedom get over there?), but hated Obama for his war crimes – you are a hypocrite.
Bush declared war on Iraq and Afghanistan, using depleted uranium munitions (chemical weapons anyone?)
If you cheered Trump and voted for him because Hillary was campaigning on being a bigger warmonger – not bad.
But he’s a hypocrite now.
If the last statement applies to you, and you now support these attacks – you are a hypocrite too.
We believe that all aggression is wrong and immoral, no matter which little letter is next to the name on a campaign sign. They both love war because there’s money to be made and power to be had.
In fact, we believe this applies to the individual and that special ceremonies or costumes does not change it.
If it is immoral for one, it is still immoral for the many.
The non-aggression principle is the test to measure when force is justified.
We are not pacifists here. We believe in self-defense.
However, we also believe that the very nature of the State is force embodied and is immoral. It ought not exist and without it the concentration of violence would be diminished by a factor of damn near infinity.
Last week, Tim Allen appeared on the Jimmy Kimmy Live! show. Kimmel asked Allen about his attending Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration. Clearly, Kimmel thought he was asking Allen an innocent question. However, Allen immediately became defensive, with Kimmel trying to reassure him that he wasn’t attacking him. Allen then compared today’s Hollywood to 1930s Nazi Germany.
“You gotta be real careful around here, you know. You’ll get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes. It’s like ’30s Germany.”
That era, of course, was when Adolf Hilter rose to power and the Nazis began their campaign of mass extermination of Jews and many others they deemed undesirable. The Anne Frank Center called Allen’s comparison “deeply offensive” and said it “trivializes the horrors imposed on Jews in Nazi Germany.”
The “Last Man Standing actor said on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Friday: “You gotta be real careful around here, you know. You’ll get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes. It’s like ’30s Germany.”
“Tim, have you lost your mind?” said Steven Goldstein, executive director of the Anne Frank Center. “No one in Hollywood today is subjecting you or anyone else to what the Nazis imposed on Jews in the 1930s – the world’s most evil program of dehumanization, imprisonment and mass brutality, implemented by an entire national government, as the prelude for the genocide of nearly an entire people.”
Added Goldstein: “Sorry, Tim, that’s just not the same as getting turned down for a movie role. It’s time for you to leave your bubble to apologize to the Jewish people and, to be sure, the other peoples also targeted by the Nazis.”
There’s nothing like berating someone for making an honest comment that makes the very point Allen was trying to make.
Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, the U.S. national organization in the worldwide network of Anne Frank organizations, addresses civil and human rights across America. Through educational programs and grassroots organizing, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect calls out prejudice, counters discrimination and advocates for the kinder and fairer world of which Anne Frank dreamed.
Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is a progressive voice for social justice, fighting hatred of refugees and immigrants, Antisemitism, sexism, racism, Islamophobia, homophobia, transphobia, bias against the differently abled and any other hate that runs counter to American promise of freedom. In addressing the civil and human rights issues of today, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect has developed contemporary advocacy techniques that incorporate historic lessons from Anne Frank’s life and the Holocaust. By applying those historic lessons to current issues, the organization works to make the Holocaust relevant to successive generations of Americans. – My emphasis
That’s right, folks. The Anne Frank Center is just one more progressive voice that uses the Holocaust as a cover to call people they don’t like antisemitic, sexist, racist, Islamophobic, and so on.
Following in the footsteps of the media’s ‘Hysteria over Everything’ campaign, calls to impeach Trump are bubbling up in the media. The push for impeachment is a political tool to tarnish the reputation of the sitting president because it serves multiple functions.
First, it reinforces the confirmation bias in half the nation who voted for the other guy/gal. Everything the other team does is evil and the presence of the Impeach Trump headline reinforces them that they are the correct team, the moral team.
Secondly, it allows for political opposition to create their Lists of Evil. Every President has had this. Compare:
If you opposed George W Bush you could easily rattle off:
Iraqi WMD lies
Bagram torture and prisoner abuse
The Plame affair
The Great Recession
The Hurricane Katrina flyover
Dismissal of United States Attorneys
GITMO detention program
Suspension of Habeas Corpus
ATF gunwalking scandal
Administration payment of columnists
Domestiv Spying and Wiretapping
Operation Fast and Furious
Eric Holder held in contempt of Congress
Spying on journalists
The IRS targeting conservative groups
The great “stimulus” heist
The Pigford scandal
NSA spying scandal and Clapper lying to Congress
Iran nuclear deal and ransom payment
The GSA scandal
Polluting the Colorado River
The VA death-list scandal
Secret Service Colombian Hookers
Government Shutdown Theater closing memorials and parks
Both presidents lined the pockets of the military industrial complex. Both destroyed individual civil liberties. Both increased the size and scope of government. Both doubled the national debt.
If you naturally agree with one list and resist the other maybe it’s time to ‘diversify your portfolio’ and find more outlets of information. Neither party is interested in the behavior of the President unless he belongs to the opposing party. In the political spectrum, there is not much difference between Democrats and Republicans, despite the common belief that they are the only two choices and polar opposites.
Milo, a gay, Jewish, conservative provocateur, who has given the left fits, (And been the inspiration for a massive riot) was on a YouTube podcast a little over a year ago, in this live-stream he made some comments about the age of consent, and about his own life and sexuality. Recently the video resurfaced, but cut to make Milo look as though he was supporting pedophilia. I am not going to get into why that is false, but will suggest everyone see the whole segment and then decide for yourself.