When the desert no longer desires water, it is just plains of sand.


Well, as we all are aware, it’s not the tattered and soiled rectangular-shaped paper which women are attracted to.  It’s not the grimy round metallic objects jiggling around in your pocket they lust after.

It’s the symbolism, the representation of what the $ sign embodies.

Intrinsically, money is not exciting to the sane mind.  It is not carnal.  But it is what money means to our psyche, it’s the power we imbue it in our society that grants it such mastery of our existence.

Money is power, it is resources, it is survival and procreational evidence;  money is a transferable resource and man has reached the point in human history where he has willingly transferred the emblematic masculine resource in equal parts to females.

Money is no longer masculine.  Women have almost as much of it.

Why do they need men now that they possess as much money?  With the ability of women to harness monetary resources, and indirectly, masculine power, they do not need men for money’s sake.

Women just want men, the archetype of men, minus the money.  They want playthings devoid of gender.  They are allowed to define men.  Their demands of men are no longer evolutionary or survival-based.  Their demands of men are immature, flighty and hedonistic.

They want men as amusement and impulsive diversion, a capricious yearning that stays for the moment and is banished the next.



The anti-pageantry of President Trump (or, how to AMOG North Korea).

When President Trump finally visited this city in March, I was struck…astounded…at the low-key, silently masterful timbre of his visit. Absent were the dramatics and stage-show atmosphere of previous Obama visits in which the local news media, leftist sycophants that they are, went off the rails in anticipation with delighted announcements of inconvenient road closures and all other urban modes of disruption which they seemed to enjoy merely because the presence of King Obama was worth it.

When Trump came to L.A., there was minimal fanfare, and what little mention was made was uttered in a very subdued Presidential manner. The Presidential visit was not presented as a shallow spectacle, or celebrity diversion: it was a staid visit by the highest elected official in the country and it lacked all the juvenile antics that his predecessor came to symbolize every time he dropped in (which was miserably often).

Trump breezed through in the night and there were no cameras or flashbulbs or masses of adoring crowds standing at the roadside.

President Trump’s style is powerful, traditional, conservative and authoritative. He is not some cheap Hollywood attention whore tramping out his status to Hollywood’s (((shitbrokers))).

The Trump Presidency is mature, meticulous and long-term thinking. Pleasurable and cushiony headlines are deferred. These people hold their strategies and calculated machinations close to their chests and though they may be berated by the liberal press and MSM mouthpieces clogging this country’s airwaves, they continue to mysteriously perambulate through the minefield of domestic and international diplomacy with long-term goals in mind.

President Trump does not bare his heart to the yammering masses like some needy cuck boy (got that, Barack?). He is President and he doesn’t need to explain his projected route.

He is Alpha and in the old parlance of PUA jargon, he AMOG’d the Norks yesterday. There is an endgame and it isn’t nuclear war.

With Donald Trump, those who support him must take deep breaths and allow his nature to take its course. It’s easy to get impatient and rattled with every blip in the Trumpian path which eludes our immediate knowledge, but we must keep in mind that this is a long road and deviations are the plan, not the exception. Let the rest of the world lose its shit over the guy.

We are strong and resolute and President Trump does not waste his actions or energy.

Today’s @elonmusk Twitter tirade is downright Trumpian and leaves us with a modest proposal: let’s Watch the Watchers.

I don’t know what crawled up Elon Musk’s ass today, but I kinda like it!

Twitter is the venting tool of our time, a glimpse into the catharsis riddling our collective psyche for anyone who cares (which in the case of some public figures, is a lot). Besides, what is Twitter but a massive Cultural Attention Whoring tool?

Regardless, I’ll take Elon’s attention whoring over some teeny bopper’s air-headed misguidances any day.

It began just before noon today when Musk tweeted in response to an electrek piece which dared to assert that the media’s negative coverage of Tesla’s recent bad luck could prove to be entirely irrelevant. In fact, the company, despite the MSM’s Chicken Little screeching, might very well continue to prosper while proving to be a worthwhile investment in the foreseeable future.



Oh yeah. Now you’re talking.

This is a screen shot of Musk’s ensuing Tweets culminating in a modest proposal to create a website in which the watchers are…watched.

(In typical Twitter fashion, chronologically oldest Tweet at the bottom with most recent cascading to upwards).



A media credibility rating site.

Very intriguing, but the mechanics, as offered, sound dubious.  Essentially, according to Musk’s proposal, this credibility website would be driven by public voting as the signifier of “objective” credibility.  Um.  Dunno.

Tell me that such an online forum won’t become a politicized shitshow of competing agendas and grueling ideological sparring.  An online cacophony of bullshit and lies purporting to shine the light on media lies and bullshit.  Dizzyingly recursive, if you ask me.

Not so sure about it.  Maybe it’s time for Musk to go back to the drawing board.




Netflix and the new Special Counsel announce a joint venture: Orange is the New Barack.

In case you had any question about the depths to which new media and Hollywood are intertwined with the Democratic-Liberal political American machine, today’s announcement of Netflix’s new production deal with Barack and Michelle Obama says it all. Hollywood ‘s steaming leftist entertainment machine is merely a publicity vehicle for the Democratic Party and all its tired liberal political tropes. The DNC has a stranglehold on media and pop culture, and Netflix, a resoundingly modern incarnation of the shores where today’s home entertainment has landed, shamelessly displays its agenda and seeks to use its burgeoning influence to infiltrate the cultural mind and turn the social landscape into a dreary dusty plain of mid-sized, featureless Liberalism.  Brought to you by Tinsel Town.


It’s official. Barack and Michelle Obama have signed their production deal with Netflix.

“President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have entered into a multi-year agreement to produce films and series for Netflix, potentially including scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, and features,” Netflix announced via Twitter.


This  confirms the inevitable.

How long do you think we’ll be waiting before Netflix seals a similar agreement with an even mildly Conservative Republican family?

Rhetorical dead-end conjecture aside, perhaps the Obama’s should not rush into their new arrangement quite so confidently.

There is a reckoning dawning in Washington tomorrow. The long-awaited reckoning we have hoped for; or maybe not. It certainly is promising, and if it transpires as I wish and hope, the only television time Barack Obama will be enjoying will be the community fuzz box in the prison rec room.


A group of congressional Republicans plans to introduce a resolution Tuesday calling for the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate alleged misconduct at the FBI and Justice Department.

The resolution is backed by Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus as well as two of the group’s co-founders — Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.

Fox News has learned the 12-page resolution will ask a second special counsel to probe matters related to three topics: The ending of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s personal email server, the progress of the Trump-Russia investigation from its origins through the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel, and abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) during the warrant application process.

The resolution is expected to say that a second special counsel would have greater autonomy to investigate those issues than the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General. Last week, Inspector General Michael Horowitz told lawmakers that he had completed his draft report on the Clinton investigation and submitted it to the DOJ and the FBI.


I suppose the new Netflix agreement and the FISA investigation can be merged into a quasi-reality program in which the unscripted entertainment consists of a monotonous documentation of Barack’s day-to-day life behind bars.  Being that this is a Netflix production, perhaps it could be called…