Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Facebook Dialogue About Stephen King, Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton, George Carlin And Bernie S

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The "master of horror" is horrified. Author Stephen King took to Twitter Sunday to denounce President Donald Trump.

  • FM: "SK" appears on the Lolita Express flight logs quite frequently, including one trip to his beloved Bangor, Maine. 

    Gosh, I hope Stephen King isn't a pedo. 
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    • Alan Archibald Yes, often the ones who scream loudest have the most to hide. 

      In this regard it is notable that for three years the loudest screaming in American politics has taken place at Trump rallies and in Trump's bellowing protestations of innocence as one after another of his "best people" get toppled - most recently Alex Acosta who -- as a matter of fact and not circumstantial conjecture -- l
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    • FM: I don't think the Epstein situation can be relegated to distraction. He himself bragged about helping create the Clinton Foundation. If he ever donated, hello RICO. He's going to be the tool to bust down the door to every rich person's Foundation (aka tax-free money-laundering operation), and it's amazing how many of them are worth millions and yet paltry sums are ever distributed to charity. I thought it was interesting that the day he was arrested, Kevin Spacey (who visited the island a few times) was questioned by Scotland Yard, and a few days later his court case was dismissed. He may have sung like a canary to save his own hide, as he seemed to hint at in that weird video he posted while drinking tea. 

      Just the fact that he even got picked up again shocked me. I thought he was forever going to escape justice with his previous light sentence. So that whole sequence of events gives me hope that something big really is happening.
    • Alan Archibald Fred Maske Fred, if Clinton is found guilty, toss him the (metaphorical) wood chopper.

      But "the Clintons" are not our problem now. Except for "the obsessed" who need them as whipping boy-and-girl, the Clintons are, in fact, on the verge of ancient history.

      In any event, if RICO gets The Clinton Foundation by the short hairs, great! 

      But when you say (with soul-stirring umbrage) that "it's amazing how many of them are worth millions," the truth is that "millions" (and even billions) are nothing but loose change that Plutocrats lose in the couch cushions.

      You can fish off the dock for perch and crappie Fred, but if you want to get the sharks, you've got set sail for deep water.

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      Ultimately, our only hope is education and political enlightenment.

      Meanwhile, Cowboy Capitalism -- ever more adept at devising consumer baubles to dazzle-and-addict the dimwits -- have "taken over" the structure of socio-politics. 

      And all the while, Trumpistas (and, by my lights, nearly every non-Trumpista conspiracist) cheer for the plutocrat in The Oval Office. 

      These structurally-degraded people want gold-plated toilet seats. They see that shit as real "markers" of accomplishment and success.

      Here are some pertinent gems from George Carlin:

      "Americans are fucked. They've been bought off. And they come real cheap: a few million dirt bikes, camcorders, microwaves, cordless phones, digital watches, answering machines, jet skis and sneakers with lights in 'em. You say you want a few items back from the Bill of Rights? Just promise the doofuses new gizmos." George Carlin

      "Shopping and buying - and getting and having - comprise the Great American Addiction. No one is immune. When the underclass riots in this country, they don't kill policemen and politicians, they steal merchandise. How embarrassing." George Carlin

      "There is just enough bullshit to hold things together in this country. Bullshit is the glue, that binds us as a nation. Where would we be without our safe, familiar, American bullshit? Land of the free, home of the brave, the American dream, all men are equal, justice is blind, the press is free, your vote counts, business is honest, the good guys win, the police are on your side, god is watching you, your standard of living will never decline… and everything is going to be just fine— The official national bullshit story. I call it the American okie doke. Every one, every one of those items is provably untrue at one level or another, but we believe them because they're pounded into our heads from the time we're children. That's what they do with that kind of thing—pound it into the heads of kids, ‘cause they know the children are much too young to be able to muster an intellectual defense against a sophisticated idea like that, and they know that up to a certain age children believe everything their parents tell them. And as a result, they never learn to question things. Nobody questions things in this country anymore. Nobody questions it—everybody is too fat and happy. Everybody's got a cell phone that'll make pancakes and rub their balls now— Way too fucking prosperous for our own good. Way too fucking prosperous, Americans have been bought off and silenced by toys and gizmos. And no one learns to question things." George Carlin

      "In a consumer society, there are inevitably two kinds of slaves: the prisoners of addiction and the prisoners of envy." 
      Ivan Illich
      "Mostly True": Fact-Checking Bernie Sanders Claim That 99% Of "New" Wealth Goes To Top 1%
      "Mostly True": Fact-Checking Bernie Sanders Claim That 99%…
      "Mostly True": Fact-Checking Bernie Sanders Claim That 99% Of "New" Wealth Goes To Top 1%

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