The Aftermath

April 15, 2017

The Alt + Right is in a huge snit right now about Trump’s strike on Syria’s airfield from which Assad launched his most recent Sarin strike.  That alone makes me applaud the strike.  But, for you Alt + Right people still willing to look at the actual effects, I think this was one of Trump’s best 4D chess moves:

  • The air field strike was purely symbolic. It did no real damage. HOW it was done was the most important thing. No dithering, no consultation with our dithering allies and it happened FAST. This was a warning shot intended to get the attention of many worthy targets, not the least of them the bureaucratic torpor of the West/NATO, along with the Chi-Coms and the NORKs.
  • It made all the right pigs squeal. But it wasn’t a big enough provocation to provoke anything but bluster.
  • This may be pure coincidence, but the Chinese have finally started sticking it to the NORKs. Certainly, this strike didn’t reduce the credibility of Trump’s threat to deal with the NORKs unilaterally if China didn’t help.
  • The NORKs have gone even more batshit crazy than usual, trying to restore business as usual (appeasement). In response, Trump has moved serious American firepower into NORK space. I’ll have more to say about this later.
  • Rex Tillerson went to Moscow and spoke truth to Russian power like I’ve never heard, well not since Reagan. Behind the scenes, I would be shocked if Tillerson didn’t promise the Russians they could build their Syrian oil pipeline if they cooperated with us in transitioning the Assad family out of power.
  • Trump has split the Russians from the Chi-Coms, and is probably bribing both to act in USA interests.
  • Everyone who cheered the strike on Assad’s airfield has no choice but to cheer the MOAB dropped on ISIS in Afghanistan.

All you lily-livered conservatives who are already starting to turn on Trump, shame on you. Even if I’m wrong and he’s screwing up, he’s our quarterback and we’re not going to get another one.


I’m rethinking boycotts

April 8, 2017

In a civil society, it’s a bad idea to punish people economically who disagree with you politically.

I have been against boycotts so far. If Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey is yummy, buy it! I hate their politics but love their ice cream.

Of course, Democrats have no such tolerance.

They tried to ruin Ivanka Trump (it backfired, like most Democrat schemes do). Democrats, as the totalitarians they all are at heart, always try to ruin people economically when they disagree with them. Egregious case in point, their hateful BDS campaign against Israel.

I’m pretty close to concluding that civil society is a bygone thing. We should ruin Democrat businesses like they try to ruin decent people and countries and organizations.

The Target boycott is a case in point. Target lost 20% of its market cap because the AFA went after them about being the bathroom NAZIs.

That was a very successful boycott. Target lost millions of customers it will never get back.

Rather than bitch on Facebook, I’m thinking now about, what are the features of a successful boycott? This is war, not civil society. Nice job, Democrats. Now we frame it like you do.

First, you can’t boycott the NFL. Some people may quit watching because of Colin Idiotprick.  But there is no good substitute for the NFL. It’s really painful to give up watching the NFL just because Colin BigStupidHair is an asshole. There must be a reasonable, easy substitute for any boycott to succeed. Boycotters won’t sacrifice much to boycott.

Second, the boycotted business must do something really annoying to millions of people. Starbucks keeps trying to win this idiot championship. This Christmas, .let’s push them over the finish line. Starbucks is a perfect boycott target.

Third, customers must like the alternatives to what they’ve just boycotted better.

I’m having a serious moral crisis. I think boycotts are awful. Boycotts are war. If you punish someone economically for their political opinions, you are an asshole. And that is exactly what I’m advocating now.

War against Democrats.


Trumping Assad

April 8, 2017

I’ve thought a bit about this. Trump’s move was perfect and brilliant on every level. Obliterating the airfield from which Assad launched a chemical weapons attack was perfect.

There may be some people who comment on this post who think that the rebels actually did this, not Assad.

Don’t care, doesn’t matter. Even if ISIS did it, Trump’s response was brilliant. Your fault, my fault, anybody’s fault . . . Trump did exactly the right thing no matter what actually happened.

I’m sure Trump didn’t come up with this on his own. He’s listening to brilliant advice and following it.

Putin has blinked. Assad is sitting in his palace thinking hard. That douchebag Chinese dictator has gotten the message loud and clear.

My mancrush on The Donald has just gotten even bigger.


There are a lot of Democrats that I like

April 6, 2017

None of the the Democrats That I Like have any intellectual firepower. They’re  go along to get along Democrats who haven’t thought seriously about anything since they graduated their asinine colleges and believed their asinine textbooks.

Not one of them has bothered to think seriously since then. 90% of them have never even heard of E.J. Dionne. They hate America (flyover America) reflexively. They know shit all about anything they have an opinion about. Trust me, I’ve talked to them.

Democrats especially in blue states are dumber than hell. They think they’re not because they are never confronted.

It’s fun to confound them. I have to remember, these are my friends, and while they may be as dumb as a box of hammers when it comes to anything in the wider world, they do an awesome job of being productive and living their lives and raising their kids.

Ideology is important, because it changes things bigly, but ideology is not the only thing to judge whether people are good people.

In my neighborhood, I think most people are totalitarian Marxists douchebags. They think I’m a fascist right-wing asshole.

We get along and like each other. I do like them, I think they like me.


I’ve stopped posting on Facebook

April 6, 2017

There was a a time, last year or two, where attacking Democrats verbally was politically effective. I was horrible on Facebook and other social media in the fight.  I excoriated Democrats, got unfriended regularly and verbally raped and pillaged every Democrat.

This was before Trump was the Republican nominee. I knew that this fight must be joined and it was time for flame-throwers. When Trump came along, I doubled down. Trump proved I was right that the time had come to revolt against revolting Democrat PC.

Recently, I got fired from my job, ironically on the day Trump was elected. Many people have told me it was because of my Facebook insurgent posts. I don’t really think so. But they could be right. Regardless…
The time for talk is over. Democrats can’t be talked to. Their violent, lying, subversive reactions after the election are at least clear. There is no compromise possible.

I’m not sure what comes next.  But I’m going to figure it out.  What I think is that the hysterical Democrat reactions to Trump’s election are because they know that he directly threatens their jobs.

It’s important to ruin Democrat jobs, now, fast. I don’t know how to do that yet, but I’m thinking about it.


We mean to break your rice bowl

April 6, 2017

America is irrevocably divided. Because jobs.

Nearly all Democrats’ livelihoods depend on government. Either they work for government or work for institutions subsidized by government (higher education, charities & nonprofits) or depend on government contracts.

And then there’s the rest of us who voted for Trump. Who pay your bills at restaurants we can’t afford. Who make too much money to get Obamacare subsidies but not enough money to afford Obamacare. Who have our jobs destroyed by your diktats and regulations.

I’ve been thinking about this for a while. We need to ruin Democrat jobs. I’m not sure exactly how to go about doing it yet, but this is the real battle.

Democrats really hate Trump voters because we threaten your livelihoods. I don’t want to just threaten you, I want to ruin you. Make you compete to get a job at Starbucks instead of in your parasite Democrat bubble.

This is going to be a hard fight. Because to win we have to ruin Democrat jobs. They’re going to fight like hell.


Susan Rice

April 6, 2017

This whole Trump is Putin’s bitch/Obama abused his authority thing is ridiculously confused because the media CAN’T ASK INTELLIGENT QUESTIONS.

Here are some intelligent questions:

  • How many times in her tenure as national security advisor has SusieR asked for unmasking (de-minimizing)? Can I get a graph of those requests by month?
  • Did SusieR give reasons that the collecting agencies considered legitimate for each of those requests? Did she sometimes give no reason or a reason that was an obvious pretext?
  • How many of her demands for unmasking were resisted by front-line intelligence people and then overruled from above?
  • Has any other national security advisor ever made this many unmasking requests?
  • Who are all the USP’s unmasked?
  • What did SusieR do with all this information? Was any of it forwarded for further action by any intelligence agency? Did she contribute any insight that led to further action?
  • How many of her requests had anything to do with Russia vs. how many didn’t?

I could keep going for a long time.

The gubmint will try to hide answers as “classified.”

I’ll go out on a limb. Susan Rice is a vile human being. She’s a liar for hire. She not only did everything she’s been accused of but a lot more.