The Bleep Show Goes On

The regime held another audition last night for the role of token opposition candidate in the presidential election tentatively scheduled for next year. This time they held the audition at the Reagan library, which was appropriate given that all of the actors sounded like exhibits from the 1980’s museum. They even used some clips of Reagan as prompts so the performers could spit out their favorite lines. It gave the whole thing the desired retro feel.

Fox News produced the event, as they did the prior event, but this time they used the B-team to put on the show. In the first event they treated it like one of the phony talent shows that are a staple of broadcast television. They had a drone flying around the auditorium and they introduced the performers like a wrestling show. It was vulgar and crude, but appropriate given the reality of things. The whole thing is just another chapter in an ongoing big lie.

Perhaps having been too obvious the first time, they were more subdued this time, running a standard debate style show. They also used their B-team actors to play at moderating the thing. They had a chirpy little blond woman who was disorganized and flustered the entire night. They had some old guy who must have missed his flight to Heathrow at LAX, so they made him a moderator. The third wheel was a Spanish woman with a spray on tan that was starting to peel.

Most of the night was the performers saying the prepared and rehearsed zingers while everyone else talked over them. It was clear that everyone was instructed to talk over Ramaswamy so that is what they did, often just mouthing what appeared to be gibberish, or vamping as they say in the business. The result was a cacophony of voices while the chirpy little blond hopped up and down in her seat trying to get the performers to stop talking over one another.

Why anyone thinks people will sit through this is a mystery. They could easily solve this problem with the use of shock collars. If a performer talks over another performer, he gets enough voltage to disable him for a few minutes. Maybe employ trap doors under their feet as a sort of timeout. If the performer keeps breaking the rules, the door opens, and he falls into a garbage pit. He then has to climb the stairs back to the stage, covered in garbage, and retake his spot.

Of course, the fact that this would be an improvement over what they are doing is an indictment of the system. If the ruling class treated elections seriously and they cared about public’s opinion, these vulgar displays would never happen. The performers, who would be actual candidates with real agency, would refuse to participate. That is not our reality, so we get these vulgar displays. If you were trying to humiliate the voters, you would not do anything different as far as these shows.

There is some value in watching these things. You get a sense of the narrative from which the regime is operating. It is clear they still think Trump gets put in jail, exiled, or bankrupted so he cannot run. They just had a judge steal his company the other day, so that part of the script is still operative. That means the midget wrestling shows they are putting on are for picking the lucky loser of next year’s election show. One of these losers will get the golden ticket at the convention.

Last night it was clear they have soured on Noble Black Guy. Tim Scott got little action and was pushed off to one side. They could be sidelining him to keep him fresh or they could be moving onto another actor. Neocon Nikki got the star treatment most of the night and the regime produced a bunch of fake polls for her. They have been planting stories in regime media claiming that she is the “insurgent” candidate. Imagine calling the consummate insider an insurgent.

You have to respect the neocons. They may be evil, but they never abandon their project, and they always plan ahead. Despite the results in Ukraine, they still dream the dream of thermonuclear war, so they keep reaching their tentacles into the process to promote those who share their dream of extinguishing humanity. Even though they have publicly abandoned the Republican Party, they see an opening to get one of their sock puppets the nomination and they are seizing it.

The trouble for them and the regime is that the people are coming to understand that there are people with the impudence to distort the truth so infamously as to put forth a shriveled hag like Nikki Haley. She and her scaly backers are not the solution to the political and cultural crisis. They are symbols of it. Only in a morally bankrupt system can degenerates like this flourish. If a meteor struck the Reagan Library last night during the show, the world would be a better place.

Sadly, it will not come to that just yet. Instead, it was merely another reminder to Republican voters that their party hates them. All of the actors were handed lines to say mean things about Trump, who is now the face of the party’s voters. The only thing they did not do is take turns spitting on a picture of Trump. The star of this portion was a fat slob they trucked in to repeat Borsht Belt zingers about Trump. The usual suspects still think this stuff is hilarious, which is a topic all its own.

In the end politics is always about the desires of the ruling class. No matter what the people think, the people in charge want what they want. They will never be talked out of being the ruling class. On the other hand, if what they want makes it impossible for society to operate, then we get a new ruling class. At this point, all of the trust is gone so they have to keep Netflix running, sportball playing and the grillers grilling, so no one notices the cracks spreading all around us.


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houska
houska
8 months ago

I hope Fox can get “meatball” to moderate the GOP debate. For the Blaq vote dontcha know!:

Influencer “Meatball” Charged in Philly Looting Loves Her Mugshot
https://www.phillymag.com/news/2023/09/28/meatball-influencer-philadelphia-looting/

Jerome P. Tarpley
Jerome P. Tarpley
8 months ago

The last sentence in the post –“sportball” — that’s what I was watched last night. MLB — because I love baseball and I mute the sound and listen to music. The commentary is absolutely by idiots for idiots. The ignorant people that are on the air are beyond belief.

That so called “debate” was obviously an insult to everyone’s intelligence. But the best thing is it was the reason for this blog post and all the comments, all of which is high entertainment in my book. Thank you all for a most enjoyable read.

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
8 months ago

off topic, but I feel the dems have at least some vestiges of the old political older. Like Charles Schumer at least has some residual goodwill with the irish/italian “white ethnic” community in new york and has had a tough on crime reputation (like he writes a letter to the parole board whenever Officer Byrne’s shooters have a parole hearing). Likewise, in Illinois, you have someone like Dick Durbin who represented a conservative small city/small town district for 14 years in congress before becoming a senator.

What happens if the democrats lose all connection to what the party once was?

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
8 months ago

It won’t matter because in twenty years time, maybe less, there won’t be an intact United States remaining for the Democrats and Republicans to fight over.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Oswald Spengler
8 months ago

It’s not even very likely that there will be a 2028 election, or if there is it won’t be a total sham…What will be happening in 20 years is beyond the wildest imaginings of apocalyptic fiction….

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  pyrrhus
8 months ago

pyrrhus: “What will be happening in 20 years is beyond the wildest imaginings of apocalyptic fiction…”

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As Canada’s navy arrives in Japan, Tokyo begins largest military buildup since Second World War
https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/4185574/posts

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The nips just ordered up $433B in new military toys.

If nippish men rediscover their gonads, the island’s Total Fertility Rate might start to soar again.

[Nippish women & their anti-fertility mindsets being apparently a meta-darwinistic sh!t-test which nippish men have yet to master.]

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
8 months ago

Do you ever write any posts that are “on topic”?

I don’t mind your OT posts, by the way. I find them very genuine. It always seems like something you were up wondering about at 2:00 AM, and just had to run to the keyboard and type out. The frizzy-haired zaniness and randomness of them just makes it all the more heartwarming.

I’m just wondering what else you have going on that you constantly want to change the subject. Is this all a part of some big project you’re working on?

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
8 months ago

I’m probably a better talker than I am listener.

I have a job that is boring where I do a lot of daydreaming and often what I put in the comments is stuff i’ve been thinking about.

Plus I feel this is the only place where I have an audience.

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
Reply to  Krustykurmudgeon
8 months ago

Okay, my friend. Thanks for replying. I’m in the same boat sometimes.

I’ll be happy to listen anytime.

Zero Smedge
Zero Smedge
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
8 months ago

“I don’t mind your posts. It’s just they sound like they written by a half-drunk person at 3 a.m.”

C’mon, lil’ buddy. Passive-aggressive talk is the mark of a woman.

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
Reply to  Zero Smedge
8 months ago

That wasn’t passive-aggression. I do like his posts.

Foolbright
Foolbright
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
8 months ago

Those fall in the “interesting but irrelevant” anecdotes category. I don’t see the current Dem party as discontinuous with the New Deal version. Regionally the cast of characters is completely flipped, but the underpinning ideal of making 51% of the population dependent on gov’t services is going strong. In general I hate suggestions along the lines of “Republicans should imitate Democrats success.” There is overmuch valorization of blue collars by the alt online right. Just stay away from it, and let the Democrats squirm with the contradiction (proles sharing their party with snooty blue-blood Anglos who defund the police and… Read more »

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Foolbright
8 months ago

the new deal era democratic party wasn’t bioleninist, was it? I mean Roosevelt (and Truman and Kennedy’s) base of support was white ethnic immigrants, various labor union type households and certain southern/border state denizens with ancestral attachments.

Mycale
Mycale
8 months ago

I watched it on a stream and I just do not know who people think this is for. Nobody under the age of 60 cares about Ronald Reagan. This guy is actually the source of a lot of our problems we have today, notably amnesty. I would say that the base is more apt to dislike Reagan than like him in 2023, yet they present him as some sort of standard-bearer. It’s infuriating. What’s even more infuriating is that all these candidates claim that “they did it” in “their own states”, as in successfully implement their policies. How can anyone… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Mycale
8 months ago

” Adl Hutchinson”

That’s great.

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  Mycale
8 months ago

The Republicans revere Reagan just as the Democrats venerate FDR. The Democrats would celebrate Lyndon Johnson, but the Vietnam debacle puts the kibosh on that.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Oswald Spengler
8 months ago

If you waste enough of your life to pay attention to the utterances of the lefterati, you’ll see they still put some saintly veneration on LBJ for the CRA and “great society,” while recognizing that he was imperfect. Similar to Biden in that they are willing to overlook a LOT for someone who takes the side of blacks against whites. Which of course is a curious thing for white people to do. The mystery of which we still ponder.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Oswald Spengler
8 months ago

You mean the fossilized Republicans in power or appearing as talking heads on Fox…To many younger people, Reagan is about as familiar as Herbert Hoover…

Foolbright
Foolbright
Reply to  Oswald Spengler
8 months ago

I don’t think LBJ is culturally congenial to the median modern liberal. You can listen to the tape of him ordering pants from the tailor/constituent/crony* back home, it just is not their sort.

(*There is some routine mid-20th Cent politicking in all the man’s documented interaction; am not alleging a Biden type of situation, with drug binges and sex chattel.)

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Mycale
8 months ago

I have fond memories of the 80s because I was dating a gorgeous redhead. Reagan is a meh at best.

Dutch Boy
Dutch Boy
Reply to  Mycale
8 months ago

For the GOP, it is always 1980. For the Dems, it is always 1932.

imbroglio
imbroglio
8 months ago

In the 1919 Black Sox World Series, in the eighth inning of game three, with runners on second and third, the script called for a fly ball to be hit to left field where Shoeless Joe was to drop it. “What if the ball doesn’t get hit to me?” went Shoeless Joe. “Joe,” one of the mobsters replied, “You’re still thinking baseball.” Seems to me DeSantis should pitch to the faithful that the ruling elite will simply not permit Trump to be President. “But they might permit me and I’m your best statistical bet.” DeSantis, in this analogy, would be… Read more »

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  imbroglio
8 months ago

At least DeSantis is being realistic…And truly, if Trump gets disappeared, a DeSantis–Vivek ticket would be the best option…

miforest
miforest
Reply to  imbroglio
8 months ago

Jeb’s boy is real familiar with the ruling elite

Tom K
Tom K
8 months ago

What Republican debate? Meh. I was watching reruns of this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmO-ziHU_D8&t=184s

This is what we need to be focused on.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Tom K
8 months ago

Great contribution with that “debate” video.

Around that time, 10 years ago or so, there were a few rappers who won formal debates.

It was at that time that I knew for sure that the old white establishment was going to surrender all its standards and flee. The establishment could have upheld their standards at times like this, but instead kissed the feet of savages.

At that point, as in the Menken quote, I accepted that there was no solution but “to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.” Figuratively, of course.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Tom K
8 months ago

Election Debates, 2032

THE Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

I’m a real big fan of Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho — he talks slow enough that I can understand him. He’s got my vote.

mmack
mmack
Reply to  THE Vizzini
8 months ago

Well, he understands everyone’s sh-t is emotional right now, so there’s that.

You just need to sit your monkey @ss down and listen.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

Will be about food rationing and whether martial law is a good thing….

Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
Member
8 months ago

At day’s end, none of the clowns that were on the circus stage will be president. Neither will Donald Trump, whose company is being taken from him by a New York “judge” thanks to a case filed by a you-go-girl state AG of predictable ethnicity and Quasimodo-style ugliness. The debate was nothing but Kabuki theater. The problem is the production values were more of a local playhouse butchering a Broadway offering than Broadway itself and I think this presents an issue for the regime. Also, they’ll have to explain how a senile, corrupt man will win a second term despite… Read more »

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
8 months ago

They’re going to take the mask off soon. If the regime is humiliated by Russia in Ukraine and NATO begins to unravel, they will turn on dissidents here with a vengeance. All they need is an excuse. “Le patrie en danger!” will be their battle cry.

old coyote
old coyote
Reply to  Epaminondas
8 months ago

They have already staged the army of invading POCs- sent to small towns across the nation- a huge camp inside our border- lots of bullets and guns waiting to be placed in their hands for the the war on ‘White domestic terrorists”. Suburban White flight neighborhoods are not going to fare well.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  old coyote
8 months ago

The Colony Ridge-type potential garrisons seem more geared towards possible attacks on more rural whites than suburbanites. I’m not certain of their purpose yet but this has my attention as well. As Epi wrote, like all totalitarians before them, the Regime will lash out at its enemies real and perceived once it realizes the empire is done. I imagine the powder will be kept dry until a decision is made on China.

Drive-By Shooter
Drive-By Shooter
Reply to  old coyote
8 months ago

“Suburban White flight neighborhoods are not going to fare well.”

They are going to fare very well. The rotten descendants of cowards and gluttons are being driven out already, slowly but surely. We ought to be grateful for the lesson and for the amusement provided by the process.

Vinnyvette
Vinnyvette
Reply to  old coyote
8 months ago

We have more guns, and… know how to use them!

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Epaminondas
8 months ago

From my perspective they took off the mask with the Russia Hoax. From others’ perspective it was earlier, and many still are fooled by the mask.

You can fool some of the people all of the time. They won’t take the mask off without the justification of some mortal threat to “democracy,” which should be enough to satisfy them.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

“From my perspective they took off the mask with the Russia Hoax”

Failure to prosecute let alone execute any of the key Russia Hoax coup figures was the ultimate mask lifting. I’m sure the IC/FBI has done everything up to assassination, but they got caught red-handed with that clown op.

NoOneAtAll
NoOneAtAll
Reply to  Epaminondas
8 months ago

” If the regime is humiliated by Russia”

Inshallah

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
8 months ago

A debate emulating the farcical Idiocracy tv show “Ow, my balls” isn’t a sound basis for selecting national leaders.

Probably better than the Bleep Show we currently use.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
8 months ago

Honestly, quite terrifying to realize that this is all we’ve got. Or all that they’re willing to offer us. Compare this field to candidates in the 1950s, or even as late as the 1980s, and the way they conducted themselves behaviorally and intellectually in public.

Starting to wonder if we’ll even have an election. Trump has no army; once they convict him, how will he stay out of chains? Will these fools be that bold, at this point, to close the books for any thinking person on this system? Do they have all the exits sealed off?

fakeemail
fakeemail
8 months ago

” If the ruling class treated elections seriously and they cared about public’s opinion.”

Why should they care about public opinion? I DON’T CARE ABOUT PUBLIC OPINION. The public are fucking idiots who believe what they’re told to believe.

Do people here, or on the dissident right, actually want a “democracy”?

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  fakeemail
8 months ago

No government in history has been as just, sane, and righteous as government by the average American’s opinion would be. That’s no reason to want that, but we don’t have to defame normal idiots, every one of whom is superior to every one of our rulers, and probably to every ruler who ever lived.

imnobody00
imnobody00
Reply to  Hemid
8 months ago

I think you were an A+ in Civics class. History contradicts every one of your words with one million examples. And the claim that normal American idiots being superior to all rulers of history…I won’t say what I think of that. Its too contemptible to answer. This is why Americans are losing. They are blinded by pride. We are number one! Our idiots are better than Charlemagne, Marcus Aurelius, the Catholic Kings in Spain, Louis IX in France, etc. They are American, man. Look at me, I am an American, too! A superior breed! And the American system is the… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
8 months ago

“She and her scaly backers…”

Oh god, oh god, my sides
LMFAO

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

That was great. It left me wondering whether lizards or snakes, though.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Jack Dobson
8 months ago

It’s the human skin suit which has allowed them to wreak so much havoc over the course of the millennia of recorded human history.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

Could Nimrata be one of those aliens depicted in the movie They Live…?

TomA
TomA
8 months ago

Dan Bongino is my barometer of normie’s emotional state as we accelerate into the toilet bowl vortex. He is now uttering every conceivable expletive routinely in his podcasts and the stridency and desperation in his voice is palpable. Methinks people are coming to grips with the reality of our pending demise as a society. Nevertheless, Dan is Hell-bent on leading the lemmings off the cliff of voting harder next year. Sadly, our best option now is to select the worse possible GOP candidate and then stay home in droves on election day. Let the Ds have the entire federal government… Read more »

FooBarr
FooBarr
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

You only want this if you live in a place where you and people of your kind and mind are controlling the political levers. You also will need access to fuel, energy, and wealth so that you can keep what you have running to some baseline standard of living. Otherwise, you don’t want the kind of collapse you are talking about – not with the wilds of Venezuela and Africa invading a country whose military is ravaged by black supremacists who will pounce on the opportunity and who are in a far better position than you to emerge in control.… Read more »

TomA
TomA
Reply to  FooBarr
8 months ago

I beg to differ. This has all been modeled extensively. Optimum solution is to relocate into a safe haven and ride out the initial phase of collapse (which is coming no matter what Dan Bongino does). Then wait for the fog of chaos to dominate the battlespace. The cabal engineering this intentional & controlled demolition of the West is few in number and fragile. Stasi covert agents will infiltrate all militias so its best to become the invisible man. Learn to fly a FPV drone in your spare time.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

The EBT cards will be about the last thing to stop working. They will still be buying food after you and I can’t afford it anymore.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

You are absolutely correct. And then, when Whitey starts getting restless, they will turn off the ebt and send the zombie hordes towards suburbia. Before you know it, Whitey will be begging for the gub to save them.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

Filled EBT cards are worthless unless there is food to buy. These brainiacs are engineering food shortages. Even–maybe especially–with Al Sharpton, Jr. as chair of the JCOS–that’s a prescription for pure chaos. Riding it out as far away as possible from the flash points is the rational response as of today. As I replied in a comment below, what may change that is the mushrooming number of illegal alien garrisons that are heavily armed. They may be cartel outposts but even could be more insidious in intent.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Jack Dodson
8 months ago

That is why I believe there will be government handouts (foodstuffs, etc) that will be tied to compliance, such as your weekly covid booster and pronouns on your nametag.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

Our government is paying for all of Ukraine’s bills, including subsidizing their small businesses, while telling us that they have to cut our social security.

Our government is paying to house illegals in hotels while we have a homelessness epidemic.

They have all but said out loud, “We hate you.”

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

Bongino: winner of the Toadies!
Taking Hannity’s crown, while Don Lemon weeps bitter tears

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

Ann Bongino, winner of this year’s Toadies!

Taking Hannity’s crown while Don Lemon weeps bitter tears

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

We’re going to get it whether we need it or not…Voting or not voting for Trump won’t change that…

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  pyrrhus
8 months ago

A 2025-2028 Trump presidency would buy us another four years to prep.

Y’all have been prepping, right?

And a Trump presidency would go a long way towards ending this fatalistic talk of an impending WWIII.

Personally, I’d vote for a little bit of normalcy and a whole lot less WWIII.

[Now whether the DEMs will be allowed to continue stuffing the ballot boxes with fictitious absentee ballots, is another question entirely.]

Jerome P. Tarpley
Jerome P. Tarpley
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

“toilet bowl vortex” Excellent.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  TomA
8 months ago

Tom, is Bongino favoring a candidate?

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
8 months ago

When you go to the Reagan Library, you’ll notice signs every 10 feet around the facility telling you to beware of rattlesnakes. It sits on a hill surrounded by chaparral, which is ideal for the snakes. They should have brought one of the signs inside the facility and put it on stage. I’ve been to the Reagan Library twice, as I have family that would do anything, pay any price to return to 1986. I don’t blame them of course. The first time I went I found it tastefully done, clearly no expense was spared. The second time, several years… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  JR Wirth
8 months ago

My old man looks back on the Reagan years as the years he was proud to be an American. It was more the state of mind Reagan created than any real accomplishment. One can make a strong connection with Trump and Reagan in that regard.

The difference is Ronald was a mild outsider in the swamp, but the neocons had his back. He mostly played ball domestically and enjoyed the spotlight.

Trump had nobody and sincerely wanted to make drastic changes but failed.

RabbiHighComma
RabbiHighComma
Reply to  Chet Rollins
8 months ago

Once while skimming the CIA archives, I came across a scanned ca. 1981 article printed in one of the MSM papers. It was interviews with longtime agency operatives who quit their jobs because the Reagan administration was flooding the various CIA bureau offices around the world with Israeli agents. The first of many ZOG Christmases.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  JR Wirth
8 months ago

“The 70’s were no picnic for our country, but certain things happened in the 80’s that, in hindsight, were incredibly acidic. The old man in dog-sht brown suit has no business being deified.” I’m old enough to have suffered truly old people droning on incessantly about the wonders of FDR–this happened while Reagan was president. It was weirdly quaint, and that was without any judgment of FDR’s virtues and faults. Those singing the praises might as well have been writing love letters to Gaius Marius. I have lived long enough to see the very same scenario play out with Reagan.… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jack Dodson
8 months ago

It’s curious that I have yet to hear anyone pining for The Precious. Perhaps I don’t move in the right circles. Or maybe they are aware he’s still in charge.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

I don’t think The Precious ever was in charge. He is a lawn jockey. There likely hasn’t been true civilian control of the government since Pearl Harbor. That worked until it didn’t.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

I remember joking before he was elected that during our lifetimes navigating city streets would become impossible because they’d all be named after him. Minor hyperbole.

People who are vulnerable to television, especially those too young to have judged him for themselves, worship him crazily. Among the educated, Biden is only allowed to be criticized by quoting Obama insulting him. He’s the living god.

Foolbright
Foolbright
Reply to  JR Wirth
8 months ago

It is the most Disneyland-ish presidential library out of the near-dozen I’ve seen, though I haven’t gone to Clinton’s which is larger technically. To be expected, yes, for adjoining ZIRP lux-suburbia (Nixon’s also benefited from this) but it lacks the high-school civics ambience these places should supply. In up-to-date terminology it was like a vehicle of mega-grillers to show off to other grillers.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
8 months ago

Z may have written better pieces than this, but none more hilarious. I’m not the sort of bloke who laughs easily, but I chuckled audibly at least three times reading this one. As for appropriate countermeasure to performers talking over one another, I favor the SPECTRE approach from the film Thunderball. Blofeld discovered one of his agents had embezzled SPECTRE monies. So, at a meeting of all the SPECTRE agents, Blofeld pressed a button and the chair upon which the guilty party sat became electrified, the guilty party sizzled, smoked and gesticulated for a few moments, and his remains were… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
8 months ago

The airplane trapdoor!
I wanta hear them waaaiiillll on the way down

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

In A View to a Kill, it was a blimp trap door. He wailed.

mmack
mmack
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
8 months ago

How about dropping them in a pool filled with sharks? That one happens a lot with Bond Villain Henchmen Who Have Failed Me For The Last Time! 😡

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  mmack
8 months ago

Yes. Sharks in The Spy Who Loved Me and Thunderball; piranhas in You Only Live Twice.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
8 months ago

And in License to Kill. Yes we do have us some 007 fans here

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

“Sorry, old boy, but two mill is a helluva chunk o’ dough.”–Ed Killifer

Carl B.
Carl B.
8 months ago

The debate was a joke of course. Watched it a bit a came away with the thought that Ron DeSantis reminds one of Richard Nixon, 5 o’clock shadow and all. Both are/were shrewd politicians but sweaty and uncomfortable looking on TV. Females and Homos ain’t voting for that. The old White guy, Stuart Varney, was the most “conservative” of the three moderators, which isn’t saying much. He would have done himself and the entire country an enormous favor if he had stood up in the middle of it all and on live TV said “eff this shit” and exited stage… Read more »

RealityRules
RealityRules
8 months ago

Of all of the dystopic books/movies the one that will best apply is The Hunger Games.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  RealityRules
8 months ago

Putting in a vote for Soylent Green…set in the year 2022!

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

I’ve brought this up before, but the regime in Soylent Green coming up with desperate solutions for the care of their nearly all-White countrymen living in a dystopian hellscape seemed…quaint.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
8 months ago

Wellll, that’s Their inspiration for the Final Solution to white people.

Break ’em down to living in car lots

Tell ’em a story- “the oceans are dying from climate!”

And turn all the white people into food!

(Crematoria are sooo 20th Century)

Ede Wolf
Ede Wolf
Reply to  RealityRules
8 months ago

I always said… Zardoz!

NateG
NateG
8 months ago

The Donald Duck jokes started with Hillary Clinton in 2016. It was said her staff advised her to drop that goofy nickname but she persisted.

I like the idea of the trapdoor under each candidate. Christie would probably be the first to go and just like in the Austin Powers movie, you could hear him screaming ‘Help me, I’m really hurt!’ as the other candidates continued to debate. You would then hear one of the moderators say, ‘could someone please check on him.’

RealityRules
RealityRules
8 months ago

Amazing description of the debate and great suggestions for how to improve it. Increasingly the stories and happenings in reality will widen the gulf between The Regime Show and Life. Of note from yesterday: – Baltimore Company CEO (white girl), murdered by black murderer and rapist who was early paroled. The company is a woke cesspit and for the first time Baltimore officials are outraged that these repeat crimes keep happening. Have a look at EcoMap if you can stomach it. This young girl, (is she an activist or a serious CEO I can’t tell), was dedicated to dismantling the… Read more »

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  RealityRules
8 months ago

It *will* come apart. We’re on an escalator. For a lot of us, when we were born, we could look up from the first step and see folks who’d been through both the Great Depression and World War II. In fact, most of the escalator was taken up by them, and some who’d been born in the 1890s, up at the top. Now — speaking only for myself — I’m well past halfway on the escalator, and the folks on the steps ahead of me are Boomers and 1970s high school graduates, and below me…well, nothing but dysfunction, illiteracy, racial… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  RealityRules
8 months ago

Just from a glance, it seems likely that her company was part of the fake economy. Doubt it has ever turned a profit.

RealityRules
RealityRules
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
8 months ago

Yes. It has the looks of a campus activist group that got a genius idea of creating an equitable company and then came up with some other idea to justify creating the company. Look at the physiognomy of the whites in that company. Sad. In any case, the Baltimore city leadership is only up in arms because of who the crime victim associates with. The outrage will pass, everyone will shrug, they will write and apply for more grants and get them and a new Chief Ecosystem Officer, a black female to be certain, will be appointed. Moving along. Nothing… Read more »

Brandon Laskow
Brandon Laskow
8 months ago

OT: I don’t believe our host has mentioned that the other day he took part in a wide-ranging conversation with Michael Farris of Coffee and a Mike:

“Coffee and a Mike” episode #680 with The “Z Man” | Chaos of travel, infrastructure collapsing

https://rumble.com/v3kir9k-coffee-and-a-mike-episode-680-with-the-z-man-chaos-of-travel-infrastructure.html

Acedia in America
Acedia in America
Member
8 months ago

I’m quite partial to the classic Nickelodeon green slime dumping

mmack
mmack
Reply to  Acedia in America
8 months ago

Ah, You Can’t Do That on Television, sadly.

mmack
mmack
8 months ago

As I said on Sev’s site: The Republican Debates. My first thought was “Oh wow! THAT’S still going on?” Neocon Nikki got the star treatment most of the night and the regime produced a bunch of fake polls for her. They have been planting stories in regime media claiming that she is the “insurgent” candidate. Imagine calling the consummate insider an insurgent. The best comment I’ve seen about Nikki last night is from some guy named Josh Whitehouse: “Nikki Haley sounds like some lady who showed up at a bar to yell at her husband for being out drinking.” The… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  mmack
8 months ago

Gladiator Games!
Trial by mortal combat!
“He or she or xhi who would be King…”

I am planning the pitch now.
This is gonna be the new UFC!

roo_ster
Member
Reply to  mmack
8 months ago

I would pay money to see GOP Thunderdome, where Vivek “The King Cobra” Ramasheetstain will take on Chris “The Human Lard Bucket” Christie in a battle to the death.

heymrguda
heymrguda
8 months ago

I don’t know what happened to your brief involvement with Takiimag, but your column on that site led me to the Z-man.com here. I’ll always be grateful to Taki for that.

Celt Darnell
Member
8 months ago

For those of you who sat through the entire Blow Whitey and the Seven Dwarfs, well done.

You’re a better man than I, Gunga Din.

I what little I saw was even worse than what our host describes.

right2remainviolent
right2remainviolent
8 months ago

Thanks Zman – you’re doing the lord’s work watching and relaying these winnowing of the clowns and stooges back to us…I was unaware there was even a second ‘second place’ debate.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  right2remainviolent
8 months ago

If you’re in Washington and not a total fool, this should be very scary. In 2016 they blamed Trump for destroying discourse, and now a debate without Trump is somehow even more or a joke. Washington D.C. is losing their optics as a serious institution. That means any propaganda D.C. send out will not create outrage or joy, but boredom. In ten years, the rage mill will become a whimper and apathy will fully take hold. Add this to the fact the FBI is mostly interested in honeypot raids instead of actual investigations and out regulatory agencies are just interested… Read more »

Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  Chet Rollins
8 months ago

“That means any propaganda D.C. send out will not create outrage or joy, but boredom.”

This will be familiar to anyone who lived in Russia or Eastern Europe in Soviet times.

right2remainviolent
right2remainviolent
Reply to  Gespenst
8 months ago

The parallels to late stage Soviet Union are almost too much any more…

Solzhenitsyn could have written half his quotes today and they would be just as apt. Hell even the aging of the politburo that happened there at the end.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
8 months ago

” On the other hand, if what they want makes it impossible for society to operate, then we get a new ruling class. At this point, all of the trust is gone so they have to keep Netflix running, sportball playing and the grillers grilling, so no one notices the cracks spreading all around us.” Spot on. This is where the United States is. As long as people are warm and fed, things will sputter along with states and localities increasingly independent of an increasingly irrelevant central government. All the Regime has to do is to keep the country at… Read more »

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Jack Dodson
8 months ago

I’m sure someone has written it already, but a plausible science fiction story could have a very simple invasion premise. An alien civilization doesn’t need death rays and nanobots to conquer Earth. An invader merely requires technology that can cut off mass media at will. Deprive earthlings (in the West, anyway) of their streaming, their social media, their TV and movies and radio. The unconditional surrender of the West would happen in less than a week. Better yet, arrange for some small regions to keep their Netflix while most lose it all. That way, you get the deprived humans to… Read more »

Severian
8 months ago

As for keeping the Gong Show running, I still have my money down on “Australia-style mandatory voting by 2028.” My bonus ball prediction: At some point, they’re going to realize that nobody’s voting for any of these midgets, so they’re going to have to Fortify the Republican for Democracy. Won’t that be hilarious? Quick, Brandon’s winning by 99%, on 10% voter turnout. Call Kinkos! We’ve got to get Nikki Haley’s vote total over three digits!

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

I honestly don’t think they care at all about the voting kabuki at this point. The leading candidate for the office has been arrested and charged four times, for God’s sake. That indicates to me that the Regime has decided to rule by force and doesn’t care how the world perceives the United States, which is rapidly contracting. A truncated empire is still an empire. The problem is the main players are too crazy and/or stupid even to maintain the rump. Sure, they’ll mouth slogans about “the Constitution” and “Our Democracy,” like the late-stage Soviets did about such things as… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

It’s like Harrison Bergeron, with George Soros as Harrison.

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Felix Krull
8 months ago

More like Diana Moon Glampers …

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

I’d like to know how this automatic voter registration is supposed to work. Is asking your political affiliation on your driver’s license application going to happen? In my state, you have to be registered to the party to vote in the primary.

Speaking of driver’s licenses, many states including my own, PA, is selling your data to third parties. They force you to get an ID, either a driving or non-driving license and then sell or rent your data to the highest bidder. These people belong in a gulag.

Guest
Guest
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
8 months ago

Colorado adopted automatic voter registration in 2012, immediately after which it went from a purple state to a hard blue state. I’ve written extensively about it here in the past, so I’ll try to be brief. An applicant for a Colorado driver’s license (or identification card if not eligible for a license) is automatically registered to vote at the DMV unless the applicant affirmatively opts out, which nobody ever does. The applicant is presented with an electronic screen with a bunch of small print, including a self-affirmation that the applicant is eligible to vote. There are no checks or balances… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

“ If Republicans ever want to be relevant again they must develop a ballot harvesting strategy to compete with the Democrats.” Exactly! Aside from the obvious (more Rep votes), there will be no change as long as the Dem’s perceive an advantage from ballot stuffing/harvesting. Once the game becomes equally advantageous or disadvantageous, then there *may* be legislative change. (One can dream, right?) Here is AZ, we’ve gone pretty much as CO has gone. But it’s too late. Every legislative change to plug the mail-in ballot deficiencies has been vetoed by the illegally elected Governor. The Courts are also worthless… Read more »

right2remainviolent
right2remainviolent
Reply to  Severian
8 months ago

This is more true than I think most people are ready to believe. This whole chapter of narrative is about ginning up enough support for someone on the R side that there’s at least a shred of credibility that someone may have voted for them. And, if it’s the scriptwriters’ fancy that one of them wins, what’s in any of their track records that says they’ll do anything differently?

Hell, even having the debate at ‘Captain America Freedom Conservative Library’ is a farce…Reagan? You mean the guy who enacted more gun control and gave amnesty to illegals? Gee…

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Severian
8 months ago

Seems too much trouble for what it’s worth. Why not just keep lying about voter turnout, etc. like they do now? It’s not like anyone cares, can “prove” it, or can do anything about it when they lie.

They can’t even lose credibility since that’s long gone.

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
8 months ago

The beautiful losers have managed to ape their betters to some degree. For candidates they installed various foreign imports from the Raj and the dark continent… even a putative woman, who is also a subcontinental. Why don’t they update themselves and prop up a tranny or at least a homosexual? What could be more entertaining than a sodomite with a wig and a marriage license to another sodomite running for the Republican nomination? Pray it happens before the party goes the way of the Whigs.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
8 months ago

Caitlyn Jenner 2028! Democrats are the real transphobes!

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
8 months ago

I’ve come to believe that the presence of mentally defective John Fetterman in the Senate is laying the groundwork for running an actual mongoloid. And it will likely come from the Republicans. “Vote for Corky Thatcher: Dems ‘R the Real Tardphobes!”

Mow Knowname
Mow Knowname
Reply to  KGB
8 months ago

“Don’t worry scro’! There are plenty of ‘tards out there living really kick ass lives. My first wife was ‘tarded.
She’s a pilot now.”

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  KGB
8 months ago

Look for a Down Syndrome candidate in the not too distant future-even the mentally defective need representation too.

(Yeah, I know there are varying forms/degrees of Down Syndrome.)

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Compsci
8 months ago

1. Would anyone notice?

2. Down Syndrome people are actually quite honest and forthright. They would be an improvement for us, but could prove troublesome for the owners.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  c matt
8 months ago

Yeah, Down syndrome people are said to be quite friendly and lovable. However, if your IQ drops below 100, can you even function wrt understanding the task of governing wrt making law? Imagine a budget presentation discussing deficits and interest rate projections. Hell, most of the so called “normal” Congress critters are overwhelmed.

Götterdamn-it-all
Götterdamn-it-all
8 months ago

“The Z Man: navigating his way through oceans of bullshit so the rest of us don’t have to.”

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Götterdamn-it-all
8 months ago

He’s the captain of AINO’s flagship shitbreaker the USS Drano.

cg2
cg2
Reply to  Götterdamn-it-all
8 months ago

Do you detect an unusually high amount of bitterness that he had to watch it? Thanks for taking one for the team, Z!

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
8 months ago

I ended up falling asleep, but not before hearing some predictable references to Ronald Reagan, and of course the tired cliche we always hear, “we’re the greatest nation on God’s green earth.” I think the black guy said that, but it could’ve been any of them.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  Wolf Barney
8 months ago

I read Scott was bragging about having a female Hispanic Chief of Staff. It is like his picture on social media last week from a McDonald’s in Iowa. Who do they think finds this stuff persuasive? They poll soundbites to see how voters react to them, can they just not help it and so devoted to the new religion they put this stuff in anyway?

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Barnard
8 months ago

The sad thing is Trump did that a few month ago. And for a billionaire he did it with an unmistakeable authenticity. When he told the counter workers “I know this menu better than any of you,” it was undoubtedly true. Scott should have gone to Popeyes.

Melissa
Melissa
Reply to  Wolf Barney
8 months ago

They really are all the same. It’s nice to be disconnected from the clown show. I didn’t know about it until this morning and saw a short clip of Christie shaking a sausage finger at the camera to call out Trump for being too cowardly to appear or something along those lines. They zoomed in unnecessarily. It’s kind of funny that Christie is the one assigned to attack Trump.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Melissa
8 months ago

“ It’s kind of funny that Christie is the one assigned to attack Trump.” If funny is assumed to mean “odd”, rather than humorous, then not really. Christie was one of Trump’s early advisors upon taking office. His job was to recommend high level appointments for Trump to make. Christie was really in the employ of the elite and was recommending more of the same swamp monsters Trump bemoaned in his campaign. An internal fight erupted in the transition team and Christie got the boot, and no political appointment in the new administration. He’ll hate no fury it seems as… Read more »

Barnard
Barnard
8 months ago

About to listen to Tucker’s interview with Bill O’Reilly. He has been producing good counter programming for these debates. I only saw a couple of clips of the debate and even that was too much, I don’t know how anyone could sit through all that.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Barnard
8 months ago

O’Reilly is a bloviating asshole. Interesting that he wrote a book about New England witch hunters, because he would have fit right in with that 17th century crowd.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

I met him in an airport once and tried to engage with him in a friendly manner. He was abrupt, bordering on rude. No smiles. I would definitely NOT want him as a neighbor.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  Epaminondas
8 months ago

His books are awful, but I consider O’Reilly entertaining. He is the ultimate Boomer so it gets tiring after awhile though.

Vince
Vince
Reply to  Barnard
8 months ago

Any joy you get in a “Killing” book is from the research of Martin Dugard. Where he gets some of the historical details they provide is truly entertaining.

joey jünger
joey jünger
8 months ago

I remember when Will Smith delivered his “slap heard ’round the world,” my first thought was “The Oscars happened?” My second thought was, “It’s a good thing that I’ve tuned this crap out to the point where I have to even be reminded it exists.” This post of yours is as much engagement as I plan to have with what happened last night. If Trump is sidelined—killed, imprisoned, exiled on an ice floe—and one of these dancing monkeys does get the nomination, I will be watching to see how many “Sansabelts” buy into the charade. Just as Hunter Wallace considers… Read more »

James Proverbs
James Proverbs
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

After a night of some very strong LSD freshman year of college I sat down in the tv room one Sunday morning to watch my childhood team, and it just dawned me how stupid it was to watch these guys I don’t know chasing a ball around. No sportsball for me since then.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

This is what happened with me. I got rid of cable back in the early 2000s for financial reasons after a layoff, but just never got it back. Even when I try to watch stuff on Prime or Netflix, I can’t do it. It is just so bad.

roo_ster
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
8 months ago

Yep, I can not say how grateful I am to have been short of income such that cable teevee was off the menu around 2002. James Lafond said he went without cable teevee for a mere month as was changed by it. ( https://www.jameslafond.com/ )

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

You can just say “cringe” like all the young kids and save yourself entering all those umlaut character escape sequences.

mikeski
Member
Reply to  joey jünger
8 months ago

Upvoted for content and getting “Nahasapeemapetilon” right.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  mikeski
8 months ago

Upvoted for referencing Exeter.

p
p
Reply to  mikeski
8 months ago

“where have you gone ‘Peemapetilon, a nation turns its lonely eyes to you”..

wendy forward
wendy forward
Reply to  joey jünger
8 months ago

Re: Ramaswamy, he also looks like a subcon Kanamit from the old Twilight Episode “To Serve Man”.

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  wendy forward
8 months ago

“To Serve Man” — It’s a tandoori cookbook!

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Oswald Spengler
8 months ago

“To Serve Man” On a Naan.