Sunday, July 26, 2015

Part 2: Anti-American Micro-Aggressions and the NeoCommunist Defeat of America



In Part 1, I began to make visible the nearly invisible "million cuts," the anti-American micro-aggressions which have inexorably bled Americanism out of America.  We're talking about the Long March of Progressivism. Interestingly, I write this from within eyesight of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library. I can see the evil emanate from that spooky gray Victorian death mansion building like Dana's apartment building in Ghostbusters.

Four Visitors Lounging Peacefully At The Top of The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library in Staunton, Virginia
I mentioned about my how my one daughter is named after Ronnie Raygun in the last post.  So, when this happened (See Twitter feed in a second, below), well, it was illustrative--and alarming--and it made me think long and deep about what is happening to America and whether we really could salvage our Republic.  

Now, many of you have heard the stories like this from either your own children or from nuts like me on TV or on the radio or other media.  But its worse that that.

Much worse.

I began thinking that for every one of me, there are at least 10 not like me, maybe 90 not like me. Because of me, this young child knew this teacher was full of shit.

And I began thinking of that teacher and how many there are like her and where she learned this sort of agitprop to regurgitate it so smoothly as adding one plus one (it's two, btw).

I'll wait for you to come back.

Our parents, ourselves, and our children have been exposed to these American micro-aggressions constantly over the past half-dozen decades, and it's accelerated over the past ten years with social media and mobile devices. It is for this reason I joined the Culture War, after reading Andew Brietbart's Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World! following his death.

Andrew called these micro-aggressions "Cultural Marxism," but I think it's better termed "#NeoCommunism"
One day, my cute little RWNJ showed me another interesting website she does research on at school called PebbleGo by Capstone Media.  On one hand, they can't Google Miley Cyrus deep-throating a blow up doll's penis (NTTIAWTT), but on the other hand, they are a captive audience to NeoCommunist indoctrination, and must use these resources, interestingly enough.

So, my dear social conservative friends, I ask you to ponder while you read this blog: Which do you prefer, protecting our children from learning about sex, or protecting our children from being politically indoctrinated? Which do you you think hurts children the most?

We got on this very topic when she (a budding scientist-minded person like her ol' pop), laughed when she told me a project she had to do for school involved researching famous scientists (I didn't make the list, amazingly enough). She wanted me to help her evaluate the information she was using, because we talk often about cognitive psychology and types of human thought biases.

Leading American scientist pondering today's vexing #Science! mysteries
I can't remember the whole list the school librarian gave her class (an advanced placement class, at that) for reference, but it included such scientific luminaries as Michelle Obama, Caesar Chavez, Abraham Lincoln, and Sitting Bull along with real scientists like Marie Curry, Al Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, et al.

Interestingly, my daughter (the homophobic RWNJ I warned you about) wanted to do her project on Alan Turing, but he didn't make the librarian's cut--and neither did Francis Bacon, John Locke, two of three men (Newton was #3) who the terribly jungle fever afflicted slave-holder Thomas Jefferson thought all Americans of his day should study. He even had/has paintings of these three in a parlor room at Monticello, along with Washington, Franklin, Lafayette, and others.  (Side note: go to Monticello before it is razed by the NAACP wing of the Progressive American Taliban. It's a testament to the intellectual heft of our Founding Fathers. Today's political class are dumber than most of Jefferson's slaves)

Predicted Idiocracy in the 1800s while spooning with (75% white) slave Sally Hemings, NTTIAWTT
So, to do research on her scientist, our young RWNJ protagonist went to one of the authorized research platforms, PebbleGo. She wanted me to look at the site to give my opinions on it, so we contrasted the biographical records for Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.

The information was broken out by Introduction, Early Life, Early Work, Life's Work, Contributions, and Related Articles.

The Introductions are pretty standard fare, I suppose, for what you might expect:

OK, I know some of you might be screaming at me: "HEY! HEY! THAT'S WRONG, THAT'S WRONG!"

Yes, yes, I know, Obama is holding the baseball bat like a girl. He's a lefty swinger or something.

"NO! NO! THAT'S NOT WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!", you scream at me.

I do tend to believe that Obama was born in Hawaii, despite the weird shenanigans behind his birth certificate. It doesn't make sense for him to have born in Kenya, because his dad probably isn't Kenyan, and it doesn't make sense he was born in Indonesia because his mom and dad lived in Hawaii.  If you've read or watched Dreams From My Real Father, you've seen compelling evidence to show that Obama's biological father is Frank Marshall Davis. If you haven't seen it, you should. It's available for free on Amazon Prime right now, as of this writing.

The morphological and behavioral similarities between Davis and Obama--and between Davis' other half-black children--are remarkable, as are the dissimilarities between Obama and his nominal father.

What difference, at this point, does it make!?

At the moment, we cannot disprove Obama's origin stories conclusively and I'm willing to wait it out until we do. It's undisputed (and largely dismissed as unimportant) that Obama was raised by Communists, though, but to call that out in a child's introduction is silly and unnecessary. Let's be real here.

So for the moment, I'll let this narrative stand and not get too upset over this part of the biography. What I want you to pay attention to is the treatment of the two Presidents.

Next up is the Early Life/Education of the two men. Why they choose different titles for the tabs for the biographies here is unknown and I don't care, they serve the same purpose.

OK, again, we can't get too caught up in the actual information behind this child-oriented information.  On the face of it, Obama's educational information is the current popular narrative, besides the strange things behind his admission qualifications, academic record, and his activities in college. Don't expect children to be taught that Obama did lots of drugs and smoked lots of gay old-man penis to get those drugs, including cocaine.  It's your job, dear parent, to tell your children about these things.

Next up, the Early Work/Work and Family of the two men. If you notice, I haven't yet had any complaints over how the two have been treated from an equality standpoint. That's because, if you notice, the information hasn't gotten political yet. Your kid hasn't been exposed to indoctrination, just common, relatively harmless narratives. Early Work is where it gets interesting. Again, the tabs are different, but I chalk that up to amateur writing and editing. This stuff was made by intern-level Google monkeys just out of college, at best. Why Obama's family got a mention and Reagan's didn't is anyone one's guess. Mine is these were written by different people in different times, or they just don't care about Reagan's kids because they're all old and shit and Obama's kids are younger and more relate-able

Did you notice what happened with Michelle and Nancy? Michelle is a lawyer, while Nancy has no career.  Nancy was an actress, of course. It's possible the Google monkey missed that fact, but most likely didn't care.  I imagine the Google monkey gushes over Michelle and may not even have been born at the time of Ronald Reagan's Presidency. I can let that slip, although it is curious.

I do want you to see the next slight, though, which certainly is intentional. The Google monkey wants you to know that while Reagan was an actor--and you all know how much Lefties love actors--he wasn't a big star like Robert Downey Jr., so don't think he has any cool factor, which is possibly why they failed to mention Nancy was an actress also, or not. I tend to not attribute to malice what is almost assuredly stupidity.

Up next, Life's Work.

In Life's Work, we see Reagan worked "hard" to improve relations with the Soviets. Sure, I guess, it you consider their defeat and collapse an improvement in relations. Kind of damning him with faint praise, right? Does one really have to work had at making friends? Kids sure don't, do they?

The rest of this stuff involves getting elected. Barack decided he could help others by working in politics, the nice man. Strange the Google monkey didn't talk about him being a community organizer.  At least Reagan was an actor AND a governor before being elected President. Obama, the Lightbringer, evidently went right into politics.

Of course, it's up to you parents to tell your kids that Obama was elected in a nasty Chicago election where his opponent's (Jack Ryan) ugly, but sealed divorce records were made public, probably by Democrat government officials and supporters of Obama, and Ryan dropped out of the race from embarrassment over his asking his smoking hot actress wife Jeri Ryan to swing with him in sex clubs.

Who could blame him? I blame her for being a prude. Just kidding. Jack Ryan was an asshole by most accounts, but he and Seven of Nine should have had gotten their fair shot at privacy.

This is a body made for swinging all night in the Borg Collective, if you ask me.

Of course, we wouldn't expect Obama's Senatorial accomplishments to get into this fine research database, after all, getting elected is accomplishment enough, right?

Onto our two President's Contributions. This should be the most important part of the biographies, because it speaks to their enduring legacies.

Reagan contribution #1: His second term expired.
Obama contribution #1: New healthcare bill that provided better care for the poor.

Reagan contribution #2: He died in 2004.
Obama contribution #2: He won a Nobel Peace Prize.

Reagan contribution #3: He was humorous and positive and people often remember he had a nickname referring to his communicating.
Obama contribution #3: He was the first black President who also inspired all people to work toward their dreams.

Look at the two photos. Reagan joking around with people, looking rather un-serious, and Obama looking very serious and Presidential and changey.

Of course me and my little RWNJ had a productive long talk using information found elsewhere on Al Gore's Amazing Internet regarding the difference between accomplishments/contributions and things that happen due to circumstances beyond one's control, like dying.  We've always had long, frequent talks about the unconstitutional, liberty killing dangers of Obamacare and we had a good laugh over the whole Nobel Peace Prize category.

Finally, for more Related Articles on the two men, let's see if you can spot any bias:

Hey, kid, for related articles on Reagan, go see the two Bushes. Because when people think of Reagan, they immediately think of Bush. I think you know what happens when you read the articles on the Bushes. Yep, more bias against Republicans.

But, wow. Obama is compared to Nelson Mandela and MLK Jr, two Progressive darlings he has absolutely nothing in common with, because the nominal Kenyan wasn't down with any race struggles like these two legitimately were.  If anything, they did pave the way for Obama, which is why Obama has taken time to cultivate the connections Soviet-style, as we've come to expect.

Of course, it's up to you, parents, to tell your kids Nelson Mandela was a Communist stooge and that MLK was a Republican killed by a Democrat segregationist and active campaign supporter of Democrat George Wallace. If you click on that link, it goes to a Salon article where Sarah Palin is gratuitously compared to Democrat racist Wallace, interestingly enough by Laura Miller, a staunch NeoCom and a co-founder of

And this is a nice segue to wrap up Part Two in a nice little bow.

Do you understand why we (America) have ultimately been beaten by Communism, and irreversibly so, by a combination punch of the pre- and post-modern Communist movements?

Gaydar alert: May Wood Simmons
One can say there were many dozen seeds sown for our destruction, and one of these was by Horace Mann and the public school system, which the American Socialist movement recognized as critical for their purposes long ago, as illustrated in this excellent 1901 International Socialist Review article "Education and Socialism," which was designed to mollify potential, inherent American opposition to the socialism movement, if I read it correctly. You have to remember socialism and Progressivism were sweeping the Western World in a new Industrial Enlightenment. The author was May Wood Simmons, an early feminist socialist matriarch.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in the fall of 2014, about 49.8 million students attended public elementary and secondary schools. Of these, 35.1 million were in prekindergarten through grade 8 and 14.7 million were in grades 9 through 12. There were 3.1 million public school teachers, for a potential of maybe around 150,000,000 anti-American micro-aggressions per day, just in public schools.

These micro-aggressions are as small as calling Michelle Obama, Ceasar Chavez, and Sitting Bull "scientists," through listing "dying" as one of Ronald Reagan's contributions to America, to telling students the 1st Amendment only protects "nice" speech.

NeoCommunism in America has finally stuck over the past ten years thanks to an explosion in mass communications enabled by a successful stealth NeoCommunist election to the White House and the apparent defeat of Communism in 1992.  It was just the Soviet-style Communism which collapsed, of course.

News of Communism's defeat and the End of History were greatly exaggerated, but we all bought into it.

Everything we were warned about since the dawn of our founding has come to pass and the illness is thoroughly ingrained in our children and our children's teachers--and all Americans writ large, for that matter--who are exposed to it at multiple echelons of society in billions and billions of anti-American micro-aggressions (including ignorance by omission) by a host of Communists and very useful idiots for over a hundred years.

There might be a more comprehensive accounting of our decline, but this is my perspective as seen as a parent through the eyes of my daughter. I submit it for the record.

You've defeated America.

Well played, Communists.

Well played.

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  1. I have one question:

    Also, every time I see the MLK "tribute" pick, it seems like Prez is thinking, "It should be me there."

  2. If I had a dollar for every time I've been asked that excellent question, I'd actually have $2, so you are in a lot of good company.Obama's mind is a dangerous playground where a half-white, half-black teenager from Hawaii gives blowjobs to old gay men for choom and cocaine--not that there is anything wrong with that. My point is, MLK and Obama have nothing at all in common, interestingly enough. Nothing. At. All.