Republicans have managed to create an impossible group: workers that fight against themselves. Workers that vote to empower capital and weaken themselves. Higher takes on the poor. Expensive health care. Lower wages. Fewer worker benefits. Less job safety. Less job security (unions are communist and against the flag). Longer prison...Read More
- The truth about Social Conservatism
- The power of white women over cops
- How Trump redefined “elite”
- Terror time
- A new Vision of Sorrow
- The Day Before (Trump)
- Prediction: Trump will be a Hitler in the far future
- America: Where the capitalists are spoiled, and the workers are morons
- The Breitbart hijacking of “elite” and the age of faith magick emoji politics
- How do Republicans ever get more than 1%?
- Trump and so-called “populism”
- Hillary’s “entitlement”
- Trump is not a redneck
- On “taking sides”
Q: If cops started shooting white women instead of black men for sport, would that motivate the elite (rich Republicans, their army of redneck dupes, and their collective Fox News forebrain) to man-up and push for law and order?
A: Two cops were caught red-handed doing just that—i.e., shooting a...Read More
Poor white Republicans (PWRs) hate rich smart people because they are rich, and resent them because they are smart. Trump hates rich smart people because they are smart, and likes them because they are rich. Trump and his dupes appear to have something in common.
Trump is popular because he...Read More
From the NYT:
The Republicans’ effort received a fresh jolt from the release one night earlier of text messages exchanged last year between an F.B.I. agent, Peter Strzok, and an F.B.I. lawyer, Lisa Page, describing the possibility of an election victory by President Trump as “terrifying” and saying that Hillary Clint...Read More
Here’s the thing. The more you understand, the more you see the world as a multiplicity of parallel but barely interlocking concerns AND isolated subjective worlds that adopt these concerns.
Concerns are social universals—sharable kinds of meaning- and value-making. A concern is a way of tying your feeling (of ple...Read More
The day before Trump I took the following screenshot:
Then this happened. The most shocking moment in my election memory:
It was the moment when Florida showed Trump leading with...Read More
In the future we will look back on Trump as a watershed when America finally had its own real Hitler moment.
Hitler is a hard term of comparison—rarified and purified and unique. But, in his day, Hitler was not the God or ArchDevil that he is today. He was an e...Read More
It is true that Hillary is a quasi-Republican and on the Pharaoh’s Payroh, but how the hell does this make Trump pro-labor? So, so stupid. This is the scam of our two party system—if it’s Hitler vs Cthulhu, we’re getting Hitler as president.
Apparently, Caucasoid Americans would rather be homeless and wit...Read More
The craziness of Breitbart and the Hoover “Institute.” These are lowbrows and misanthropes. Easy to penetrate. Their motivations is sociopathic. The very idea of protecting oppressed minorities is repulsive to them. Their empathic handicap is an axiom that they never mention. They hover near it, but never name it outright. The...Read More
The Arizona Republic has been getting death threats since its conservative editorial board endorsed Mrs. Clinton. You can read about it here.
What’s going on?
Just this. For the last 100 years, the Republicans have been using pseudo-issues to win elections. It just turns out that poor uneducated whites will v...Read More
Hillary is a good socially liberal Republican. She is squarely on the side of international capital. She’s just as racist as Trump, but she refrains from expressing it with South Park transparency.
Hillary is the candidate for the Democratic Party, which is supposed to side with labor over capital. But t...Read More
What people hate about Hillary—which they call her “coronation”—is her easy, smarmy, relaxed, disdainful, arrogant entitlement.
How could she not win? It is the presumption of inevitability that angers people—regular people with low or no entitlement.
Now Trump is, biographically, way more entitled than Hillary. However, he can wear a basebal...Read More
The meaning of “heading in the wrong direction”
Yes. It’s true that the incumbent party candidate is in trouble when polls say that most people feel the “country is heading in the wrong direction.”
The reason workers are angry is that our government has been helping international capital rather than local lab...Read More
Imagine being in the Taliban, or in ISIS. And you’re there because there’s nothing else worth doing.
You want your life to be important.
Your tribe is poor and suffering. Improving life for your tribe would make you important. Helping the group gives you the highest objectivity. If you help the...Read More