America’s myopic bubble of the privileged.

February 19th, 2017 by Socially Extinct

 

Submitted for your enjoyment: an encyclopedic tome of sobering doom from Commentary Magazine.

 

 

 

 

The article begins and ends by noting the shocking, unbelievable disparity between the perceptions of those living on “blue” coasts (aka, “bicoastal bastions”) and those living in the red, “real America,” as harbingers of the new Trump revolution which the mainstream news absolutely fails to comprehend.

 

And the mainstream news, by extension, the mouthpiece of elitist blue America, fails to to recognize the explosive bubble right before its eyes.

 

The myopic bubble of the privileged.

 

It’s not Donald Trump, per se; Donald Trump recognizes the bubble, and recognition is the first step in shedding the self-focused ignorance that separates the elites from those who aren’t complacently enamored of their own private slice of prosperity that owes no allegiance to our suffering American landscape.

 

 

On the morning of November 9, 2016, America’s elite—its talking and deciding classes—woke up to a country they did not know. To most privileged and well-educated Americans, especially those living in its bicoastal bastions, the election of Donald Trump had been a thing almost impossible even to imagine. What sort of country would go and elect someone like Trump as president? Certainly not one they were familiar with, or understood anything about.

 

Whatever else it may or may not have accomplished, the 2016 election was a sort of shock therapy for Americans living within what Charles Murray famously termed “the bubble” (the protective barrier of prosperity and self-selected associations that increasingly shield our best and brightest from contact with the rest of their society). The very fact of Trump’s election served as a truth broadcast about a reality that could no longer be denied: Things out there in America are a whole lot different from what you thought.

 

Yes, things are very different indeed these days in the “real America” outside the bubble. In fact, things have been going badly wrong in America since the beginning of the 21st century.

The accidental presidency and its pristine civil war.

February 18th, 2017 by Socially Extinct

 

 

 

 

I read this dire, thought-provoking piece over at ZeroHedge.

 

While subject to lazy dismissal by those who relegate all propositions that don’t conform to the mainstream narrative to the hidden shadows of unread and unexamined miscellany (the same folks who will discount such as conspiracy), the article, “A Civil War For Control Of The US Government Has Erupted Between ‘The Deep State’ And Donald Trump” is hardly so outlandish or unprecedented as to warrant automatic disregard.

 

I will not quote passages from this article; read it at the source.  It is a spectacular encapsulation of the chaos that permeates America’s (and the globe’s) political climate.

 

The “deep state” that has burrowed deeply into the mechanics of America’s political system is real and frightfully mundane. It is self-protective and fueled by incontrovertible agendas, many which are in direct conflict with the vision of America that President Trump has brought with him to the Oval Office and which have delighted millions of Americans who support him. Essentially, deep state is at war with the wishes and desires with the people who voted Donald Trump into office. Deep state is the collective establishment legacy which threads nefariously through successive generations of American political life and which owes no allegiance to any presidential administration as much as it does to an oblique philosophy of American obsequiousness to globalist interests.

 

Until Donald.

 

Perhaps there will be the day when Donald Trump’s reign will be known as the “accidental Presidency” since it appears likely he was not supposed to win in November. Hillary’s failsafe electoral theft collapsed (a subject for an entirely different chain of conjecture); Donald Trump and his renegade troops marched into the national Capitol and the institutional deep state was jarred from its foundational complacency. The President was not an establishment figurehead and the evolutionary “survival of the fittest” tenets of Trump’s business philosophy which he brought to the White House threatened the existence of the deep state.

 

The deep state thrives on ignorance and consumerism and the perpetuation of  American moral and intellectual sluggishness. America thrives on subsuming fear and worry to consumerism and vapid distraction. Very little analytical thought goes on here.  Three-hundred and twenty million zombies are triggered daily by advertising and Facebook and the NFL and they do not question anything. This is the ignorant fuel which sustains deep state’s embers.

 

A culture of platitudes gathers and numbly recites chants like “with her” and gleefully elects cynical self-interested “representatives” who proliferate the motivations of deep state and indulge in glorified tidbits of numbing antics designed to bring the American sheep into the fold where the illusion of action and public service disguises the vile, elitist agenda that is designed to rape the self-respect of an unsuspecting American public.

 

As long as establishment presidents are occupying the White House, the illusion of American institutional stability is enabled and the curtain is drawn to hide the truth from all except those who are bold enough to peer for a clearer look.

 

America is a tenuous house of cards whose survival depends on this very illusion being allowed to continue and fester. Donald Trump’s accidental Presidency has illuminated and exposed the illusion, and the ensuing exposure threatens to raze the facade. Deep state, fearing for its future, has shifted into an unfamiliar battle – sparring with a domestic leadership elected by the people. Deep state is desperate and this is evidenced by the repeated attacks and subversions levied against President Trump; a ceaseless parade of character assaults on him, his family and members of his administration. The shameless procession reeks of Third World gimmickry we have condescendingly witnessed around the world for decades, but never here;  a certain sense of incompletion and rot which have always seemed foreign and laughable to us in our “civilized” space.

 

But we are now the third world. Ex-leaders, careerist political fixtures, are now superseding the will of the citizens in order to selfishly cling to their corrupted power. The will of the free citizens is in danger of open subversion.

 

The elites find themselves unable to disguise their nefarious motivations with Trump at the helm, and the result is structural and societal decay unleashed by the gates of repression being flung open at last.

 

Who’d have thought civil war would be so pristine?

 

**archive**

 

 

Donald Trump turns the light on the dark shadows of government; State Department’s 7th floor purge begins…

February 17th, 2017 by Socially Extinct

 

The hoses are fired up and the swamp is ready for draining!

 

 

While Rex Tillerson is on his first overseas trip as Secretary of State, his aides laid off staff at the State Department on Thursday.

 

Much of seventh-floor staff, who work for the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources and the Counselor offices, were told today that their services were no longer needed.

 

These staffers in particular are often the conduit between the secretary’s office to the country bureaus, where the regional expertise is centered. Inside the State Department, some officials fear that this is a politically-minded purge that cuts out much-needed expertise from the policy-making, rather than simply reorganizing the bureaucracy.

 

 

But most satisfying of all, the implications and “bottom line” was this:

 

 

There are clear signals being sent that many key foreign policy portfolios will be controlled directly by the White House, rather than through the professional diplomats.

 

 

 

Russia and Donald Trump have one thing in common: they reject the West’s feminine-liberal complex.

February 16th, 2017 by Socially Extinct

I troll and trigger on my personal Facebook wall. Fond of!

 

I don’t have many friends but among those I do have, there are a few lefty SJW types who, I’ve noticed, post their anti-Trump cacophony in direct proportion to my pro-Trump cacophony. We never argue directly with each other, but the displaced, indirect “confrontation” is quite apparent. When I go latent, they do too. When I post rah-rah Trump, there they go with their Russia and impeachment and Ivanka stupidity in response.

 

It’s become sport, in a way;  I merrily post overreaching pro-Trump messages many times in hopes of eliciting this crowd, also known as trolling, triggering…being an asshole.   I’ve only been defriended by 2 people; I wonder if I can grow that naysayer count. It depends on me.  Can I pick up the pace, can I extract maximum frustration, hate and anger from the lefties (and that demographic is very emotive and easily provoked) that will lead to further “defriendment?”

I try. Donald Trump definitely tries, without shame. He is a cowboy.

 

He is a Russian cowboy.

 

Unable to resist, I thought I would participate in a little goading of the SJW’s unfortunate enough to call themselves my “friends” on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a trollworthy quip in that it is both dubious and exaggerated while still splattered intermittently with slivers of truths.

 

Politics in the past 30 or 40 years has become sickeningly ritualized and compartmentalized into committee-endorsed meandering steps of plodding “progress” and policy.   As the civilized West’s collective mores echo that of the female, gut instinct and utilitarianism have taken a backseat to institutionalized hypocrisy and abject predictability.

 

Donald Trump’s method is a masculine method, an unfamiliarity in today’s world.

 

Namely, reaching point B, being the goal and task at hand, implies that the masculine leader must deal smartly and aggressively with all intermediate obstacles that stand in the way of goal B.  The masculine leader approaches his “mission” by circumventing that tiresome deterrence inserted by the meddlesome castigations of an overly watchful and concerned set of overseeing eyes. The entire Russia episode is fraught with barbs of putative misbehavior and the feminine-liberal narrative spins wildly out of control with circular accusations that place Trump and his team in an ultra defensive posture thus engorging the perception of guilt and wrongdoing even further.  The narrative is familiarly recursive and circular;  damned if you do…

 

Team Trump needs to take the aggressive, fuck-you pose and shamelessly boast that they are taking care of business. End of story. No meetings, no consultations; all that is a bitch’s waste of time.  Leave that to corporate HR departments. Trump is doing what a man does: namely, a man handles shit by submitting to his carnal intelligence.  This guides his inner warrior. He is confident in his course and he doesn’t need an auditorium-sized group of people vetting his every decision.  That is woman’s play, it is Washington D.C.

 

A man’s in charge now.

 

And in the modern psychosexual arena of international politics, circa 2017, it seems fair to assert that Russia = the masculine, America/the West = the feminine.

 

America is layered and governed by feminine sensibilities.

 

Sensitive to affront, meticulously suffocated with regulation and ceremonial stagnation, the American political dog and pony show is slow and burdensome. Russia is not an enemy of America as much as it is an enemy of the feminine-liberal complex that is in place here. Russia has come to represent macho posturing and governance and the eschewing of indecision and disregard of capricious female mores. Hence, Russia has been elevated to enemy of the state status by the left and its mouthpiece, the media.  They accuse Donald Trump of being its American “puppet.”  Sure, insofar as Trump represents the masculine governance that Russia is subconsciously damned for in the United State Left culture.

 

Trump is playing according to his business rules, namely, a thorough rejection of counterproductive repression that lays out on the collective political landscape here in the feminine-liberal West.

 

 

Happy Valentine’s Day…the cuckservatives cometh.

February 14th, 2017 by Socially Extinct

 

Any conjecture as to Michael Flynn’s resignation from his Trump post aside, why would a national politician resort to Valentine’s Day as a reason for not doing their job?

 

Strong alpha men who lead our country can’t be troubled to get their hands dirty because they are celebrating Valentine’s Day with their wives?

 

Republican Rep. Chris Collins says his party’s members are silent over the resignation of Michael Flynn because they’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with their wives.

 

 

 

 

Ah, the cuckservatives cometh.