Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The Inherent Racism of the Chelsea Clinton PR Campaign


If you think that Chelsea Clinton is everywhere on mainstream media, you're not alone. The New York Post has a nice piece, but a casual search of the internet will reveal Chelsea's fabulousness in a Variety of ways.  She has joined the "conversation" about breast feeding, how brave.  She has also weighed in on sexism, Trump's kids, and how she is fighting President Trump. All this is reported with either breathless admiration for a young one (she's 37) so brave, or all of the intellectual depth of the high school cheerleading squad.

The problem is that it's racist. Why? Because she is crowding out the young progressive voices of LGBTQP POCs who are not being heard.  Who are these people you ask? Well, how should I know? Their voices are being squelched by the unending trumpeting of the next coming of Queen Hillary.  How do we know that more deserving voices aren't being heard? Well, they're persons of color, aren't they? Who could possibly more deserving?

If you are a progressive or Democrat, you should demand that media stop its fawning adulation of Chelsea's white privilege to make space for proud persons of color.  So typical of whites to take up all the space available; its like the slaughter of Native Americans all over again.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Violence in The Current Year

The violence and rioting at Berkeley are intended to be a win-win for the left.  I don't think that the timing is coincidental to Trump's inauguration.  Trump has been wrong-footing the left and "flooding the zone" by moving to keep campaign promises with record speed.  The left has been exhausted trying to maintain their outrage.  Enter Milo.  The location and the advance notice gave the leftist globalist scum time to plan their rioting for maximum effect.  It allows them to seize the initiative from Trump and make headlines about Nazis and white supremacists, as to build sympathy to their cause.  Right on cue, CNN tweeted this:



This looks is a win-win for the left, because I think they are anticipating Trump sending in federal troops like he threatened to do in Chicago.  Federalizing law enforcement helps the left in both the long and the short term.  In the long run, when their is a Democrat President again, they can point to a Trump precedent to start overthrowing local police in places they don't like.  In the short term, any violence by federal troops against protesters will inflame passions even more and add sympathy to their cause.

But Trump is smarter, and out Alinsky's the left with this tweet:


Further, as Buzzfeed, of all places, points out, this is no empty threat.  If Trump goes after the city and the college for civil rights violations, there will be personal hell to pay by the mayor and University President who allowed brutal attacks:

Federal higher education laws and regulations are layered with anti-discrimination provisions that made possible the withdrawal of funding for discrimination based on race, religion, and sex. Should Trump follow through with his threat, the Department of Education, through its Office of Civil Rights, would conduct a formal investigation, after which a university could lose funding based on the findings, Loss said.

Using the left's favorite federal tactics against them would be a joy to watch, as well actually advancing the cause of justice.  I think Trump will outmaneuver these communists after all.

The Alinsky tactic to be used is:
Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions.

In this case the leaders like the mayor, police chief and university president can be isolated and made to pay. Un example pour les autres.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Yawn - Chargers to Leave San Diego

The impending move of the Chargers to Los Angeles has left with me with a so what feeling.  I lost emotional connection with them a few years back.  I had no intention of supporting another hold-up of the city finances.

The only silver lining is that maybe we will have incentive to figure out how to make stadiums profitable without football teams. If that problem could be solved, we could build stadiums and not get soaked on the deal.  

So long.  And good luck playing second fiddle to the Rams in LA.