Judith Acosta – A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…I was a Madison Avenue copywriter. I was thrilled, until I realized I was a liar for hire.
I was assigned an ad for a diet aid. The account executive sent out the marketing strategy. When I read it, I felt something akin to an inner eye squint, the feeling you get when you suspect you’re being conned. I realized we were being asked to market this rather dubious product to young, anorexic women by capitalizing on their already-fragile sense of self and lying to them about what the product could be expected to do. Continue reading “Great Deceptions Designed to Destroy the Republic”
Don Rosenberg – Enthusiasm and passion have been a hallmark of political action over all of history. Stating something strongly and with conviction gets attention and almost forces people to listen. But the last three years have seen political passion turn into an explosion of hatred and anger like never before. Why is this?
Psychologists say that anger arises when we have an unmet demand. Some angry reactions are reasonable, such as objecting to bad service at an expensive restaurant, or protesting against an injustice, but others are irrational, such as shooting a gun at someone who just cut you off in traffic.
We use emotions such as anger to help us survive in difficult situations. Scientists have found that all emotions cause neuro-chemical changes in the brain and hate and anger have a larger impact. Continue reading “Are Leftists Literally Addicted to Hatred?”
Kurt Schlichter – Remember the heady days of six weeks ago when the earnest wailing of liberal sissies about some imagined thoughtcrime drew respectful attention? Well, it never did from us, because we always knew these people we idiots deserving only of mockery, but some people – nice, friendly people who could not imagine the malignancy in the hearts of these fascists dipwads – took them seriously and actually cared.
And then a disease came along that is impoverishing the people it isn’t killing. It’s time to put away childish things, folks, and America seems to be doing that. Well, at least the people who aren’t liberal blue checks. The rest of us have no time for such frivolous nonsense. And when we beat this pandemic, which we will, maybe we as a culture will put away childish things for good. Continue reading “Liberal Nonsense Is Looking Dumber Than Ever Now”
Alexandra Bruce – I always look forward to hearing what Daniel Estulin has to say. He is a 24-year veteran of Russian military counterintelligence and he is a Doctor of Conceptual Intelligence, trained to “create models that define the future of humanity…at least one or two generations in advance…”
He joins Daniel Brigman on the Power Hour podcast and he explains that, like most of the world, the United States is controlled by the Liberal banking financiers, which is the domain of Wall Street and the City of London, the DC bureaucracy, the British and US intelligence agencies, Hollywood, Silicon Valley, the Rockefeller crowd, the Soroses, the Mainstream Media, the London School of Economics, the Wharton School of Business, the big Think Tanks, the big foundations, the credit rating agencies; in short, the people who’ve controlled the world for the past three generations, ever since 1944. Continue reading “Xi Jinping, Trump and Putin Are on the Same Team [Video]”
Pennel Bird – What if our most lamentable actions, and our most glaring hypocrisies, were reflected back to us in a way impossible to un-see? Would we grow by that? Would we learn the error of our ways? Or is it possible to be so convinced of one’s own virtue that his most loathsome trespasses become evidence of surpassing goodness in his mind — and in his tribe?
This is the plight of the modern American progressive in maximum “RESIST” mode. (Mirror, mirror, on the wall — who’s the most intolerant of all?) Continue reading “The Mirror Society”