This is the face of the enemy.

June 29th, 2016 by Socially Extinct

 

Remember it well.

 

 

traub

 

 

Nothing is quite so dangerous as an intelligent man whose perceptiveness manifests as close-minded arrogance.

 

James Traub, a lecher stemming from the very lecherous CFR, has penned a muddled foray into passive damnation of the “commoners” and the political movements they (ignorantly) spawn and help perpetuate.

 

His essay, in Foreign Policy, is titled “It’s Time for the Elites to Rise Up Against Ignorant Masses” and is every bit as arrogant as it sounds;  the embodied brainchild that such a self-ordained member of the smug-faced (see photo) intelligentsia could only construct.

 

Traub flails passively in this piece but elementally, the sincerest expression of his disdain for the non-academic brush he paints nationalists, and those who favor them, with, is summed in this paragraph.

 

 

The schism we see opening before us is not just about policies, but about reality. The Brexit forces won because cynical leaders were prepared to cater to voters’ paranoia, lying to them about the dangers of immigration and the costs of membership in the EU. Some of those leaders have already begun to admit that they were lying. Donald Trump has, of course, set a new standard for disingenuousness and catering to voters’ fears, whether over immigration or foreign trade or anything else he can think of. The Republican Party, already rife with science-deniers and economic reality-deniers, has thrown itself into the embrace of a man who fabricates realities that ignorant people like to inhabit.

 

 

Traub’s jaunty essay meanders through its indirect path of passive constraint, never directly damning in clear terms (unlike his antithetical Presidential candidate), but skirting and circumventing the true object of his derision. A man of too many brains and not enough testosterone-laced conviction.

 

This is the face of the enemy. These are the monsters who blossom in the twilight of our ignorance and apathy, and the CFR, the roost from which vile creatures proliferate and spawn.

 

 

O Canada, the land where political jokes write themselves.

June 29th, 2016 by Socially Extinct

 

And when the “distinguished” Canadian Parliament indulges in this kind of Obama fanboy circle jerk, the joke has indeed come full circle.

 

 

 

 

Canada, if you really want him, he will be free beginning January of next year. Have him, take him, enjoy his facile brand of cosmetic politicking. Got any banks you need to bail out? Feel the time is right for a bureaucratic health monolith you need to strap on to your government like an unwieldy sex device? Better yet, want one of those Obamaphones?

 

So take him away, please. I doubt you’ll meet much resistance, and when Donald Trump becomes President in November, rumor has it that you will be flooded with bitter American expatriates salivating at the thought of four more years of Barry.

 

 

“Liking” Presidential candidates has no benefits; likability is a useless luxury. Give me someone who can get the job done, is all…

June 29th, 2016 by Socially Extinct

 

Well, contrary to CNN’s shoddy polling design and disregard of basic statistics, the New York Times’ latest poll shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in a very close race as we enter the summer convention phase of the Presidential campaign.

 

Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are deadlocked less than a month before the Democratic and Republican presidential conventions, according to a new national poll that shows the American electorate feeling disappointed in each candidate.
A Quinnipiac University survey released on Wednesday found that 42 percent of voters supported Mrs. Clinton while 40 percent backed Mr. Trump.

 

 

But there’s always a “but” when it comes to the media’s coverage of Trump. But. Voters still don’t like him, of course. Duh.

 

But the contentious tenor of the campaign is turning off voters, and most of them blame Mr. Trump. Quinnipiac’s poll found that 61 percent think that the campaign is increasing hatred and prejudice in the United States, and 67 percent of those who think that attribute it to the presumptive Republican nominee.

 

And apparently, some of those polled include globalist, let’s-inherit-the-world’s-problems tools.

 

Voters view Mr. Trump as being stronger on the economy and better suited to handle terrorism, while Mrs. Clinton is seen as more trusted by voters on immigration and handling international crises.

 

 

“More trusted” to hammer the last nail in America’s prosperity and sovereignty, whatever is left.

 

I doubt “likability” is very important when choosing our President. In fact, it’s better if we don’t collectively like our President. We want a President to rule, not to be our gushy sycophantic friend. I don’t particularly like Donald Trump but it won’t stop me from voting for him. Who the hell needs to “like” a Presidential candidate? You go with the one who you believe has the best interests of America at heart and the pragmatic, workable strategy, and balls, to make it work, and Hillary, at once despicable and unlikable, is ready to bury us knee-deep in global shit given the chance.

 

 

Is an “act of hate” a prelude to a “war of hate?”

June 28th, 2016 by Socially Extinct

 

Unknown vandals/protesters set fire to several cars outside a mosque in the Western Australian city of Perth while children prayed inside on Tuesday night. The scene of the arson is also close to the Australian Islamic College where evening prayers had just begun.

 

 

Vandals also scrawled “F*** Islam” on a wall outside the mosque in Thornlie, Perth, which is adjacent to the Australian Islamic College.
Hundreds of local Muslims had gathered there for evening prayers.
Western Australian police confirmed four cars were set on fire using an accelerant. One of the vehicles had been completely destroyed in the blaze.
No one was injured in the attack.
Thornlie Mosque Imam Yahya Adel Ibrahim told CNN worshipers had run outside when they heard one of the cars explode.

 

 

On Instagram, Ibrahim later wrote that this was an “act of hate.”

 

 

The #Perth community was visited this evening by hate. A suspected petrol bomb was placed in a parked car outside the Thornlie Mosque & Australian Islamic College with hate fuelled graffiti put on the wall, while 100s of worshippers prayed Taraweeh / evening prayers inside. Alhamdulillah all worshippers were uninjured. Thankfully our community won’t start hating and playing blame games and singling out groups of people in our society. This, undoubtedly is a criminal act of hate, but it is the act of a person or group not the greater whole. May the Al-Mighty open the hearts & minds to peace. Despite what just transpired, everyone stayed to finish their prayers refusing to give into the terror that had just occurred. I know the outpouring of support from the community will be overwhelming because Perth has the best, kindest, and most warm-hearted people. Emergency services were quick to respond & have been professional as always. WAPOL have been in direct support & communication throughout. All queries can be forwarded to the Principal of the Australian Islamic College.

A photo posted by Yahya Adel Ibrahim (@yahya_adel_ibrahim) on

 

 

That is all kinds of lame.

 

Do we need we be apprised of such an elemental fact that hate perhaps drove these actions?

 

Pro-Islamic, anti-Islamic, hate drives the Muslim dialogue from all directions. I doubt the vandals set fires to the car and wrote “Fuck Islam” out of boundless devotion and respect for Allah.

 

Fuck, for that matter, everything I do in this putrid life of mine is motivated by hate.

 

Things I hate, people I hate, places I hate, activities I hate, food I hate…hell, even hate that I hate. I’m a walking act of hate. Hate is the most natural emotion; everyone has a special little vile corner in their heart where hate lurks, but some of us fool ourselves that hate belongs only to others, and that our soul is a pristine temple of love where hate has no home.  Bull.

 

Hate is natural. Embrace the hate. It doesn’t mean you’ll start blowing up cars and tagging obscene graffiti.

 

Maybe you’ll just…blog.

 

Now that is the embodiment of hate.

 

Laura Bush, renowned stateswoman, praises her husband’s mission creep.

June 28th, 2016 by Socially Extinct

 

Laura Bush not only welcomed American Bushian meddling in Afghanistan, she continues to welcome its persistent military drain. In fact, she believes our military commitment should continue indefinitely in that part of the world.

 

Because womyn.

 

 

 

Fifteen years after President George W. Bush first sent American forces into Afghanistan, his wife considers the job unfinished. “I hope we won’t leave,” former First Lady Laura Bush said on Monday.

 

 

She cited the conversations she’s had with Afghan women, who worry about what follows the exit of U.S. forces. “They hope that our troops won’t leave too fast,” she said, “because if we leave there’s a vacuum. And they saw what happened in Iraq, where it just wasn’t successful for us to leave.” And she applauded the progress that Afghan women had made over the past decade and a half. “That’s one of the reasons I hope we won’t withdraw our troops—because we would have to start all over again,” she said.
After the American invasion, championing the rights of Afghan women became one of her signature issues. “When American women started looking at our sisters in Afghanistan and imagining what their lives were like,” she said, they were moved to help. Bush co-founded the U.S.-Afghan Women’s Council, on which she still serves as an honorary co-chair alongside Hillary Clinton.
“The fact is that in countries like that where women’s rights are … marginalized,” she said, “These are countries where no one’s rights are protected.” She explained that American women had responded strongly to learning of “half of a country left out.” When that happens, she said, “what you see … is a failed country, and that’s what Afghanistan was.”

 

 

 

Mission creep is the Bush Way, no matter how we slice it.

 

For Laura Bush, resource-devouring, self-perpetuating commitment to futile American military presence in foreign lands is not a tactical “choice” of purely military ramifications and goals; it’s about maintaining something of more pressing needs, and deserving of the lives of American soldiers.  It’s about American military force wielded as a national tool whose goal is to ensure the happiness and comfort of women in hostile cultures that are innately averse to treating women as anything more than procreative livestock.  IE:  cultures in which First Ladies wouldn’t be granted the public pulpit for such blather.

 

Only in America, in Bush’s nauseating, everlasting legacy of quagmire and entrenchment, could Laura Bush think to justify the prolonged foreign American intervention that her husband has inflicted on the American people for her own personal celebration of gender equality (in lands that won’t have it).