Skip to main content

#PutinTeam

#PutinTeam
Putin's audacious and cunning plot to #MAGA is mind boggling in its execution and ancillary benefits - I'll say it plainly, having Vladimir Putin run the USA is the greatest thing that ever happened to this country. I'm lovin' it.  I mean, think about it, the Washington Capitals just won their first Stanley Cup in franchise history. That's not a typo. The Caps - Champions. Yes, you have traveled deep into the rabbit hole or through the looking glass or across dimensions to a parallel Earth where anything is possible. Alexander Ovechkin, capitan of #PutinTeam, lead his crew of international hockey stars to victory and, judging from my Insta and FB friends postings, the DC metro population is filled with colluders. We know from James Comey's March 2017 testimony before the congressional intelligence committee that Putin plays a long game and his brilliant strategy of using Seth Myers to spur the Elvis from Queens into action will go down as one of the most diabolical examples of spy craft in recorded history but planting The Great Eight on the DC Hockey team in 2005 (and keeping him there) so that Ovi could win Lord Stanley's Cup in 2018 at the hight of the Russian Witch Hunt shows just how calculating the former KGB agent can be. And that's just one example - The US stock market is way up, unemployment is way down, Grandmas are getting freed from prison, The Korean War might finally come to an end and it's all being orchestrated by the puppet master Putin. Covfefe!
The only downside of Putin's rule I can see at this point is that people are still killing themselves. First Kate Spade, then Anthony Bourdain so who's next? Alec Baldwin? Michael Moore? Rosie O'D? Whoever it is you can bet that no matter what they've said about POTUS Trump in their past that Clownface Von Fuckstick will show them due respect after they off themselves. The New Yorker tries to diagnose the problem (if you can call it that) in a piece by Andrew Solomon titled "Preventable Tragedies" which goes over familiar indicators like drugs/alcohol, isolation, modernity, etc but ends with this kicker:

"There is another factor that should not be underestimated. On a national stage, we’ve seen an embrace of prejudice and intolerance, and that affects the mood of all citizens. My psychoanalyst said that he had never before had every one of his patients discuss national politics repeatedly, in session after session. Now there is a continuous strain of anxiety and fear from one side, and brutality from the other. Hatred is depressing—it is of course depressing to be hated, but it is also depressing to hate. The erosion of the social safety net means that more and more people are at a sudden breaking point, and there are few messages of authentic comfort to offer them in these pitiless times. One is done in by disease, by isolation and despair, and by life crisis. At the moment, many people’s vulnerability is exacerbated by the unkindness manifest in each day’s headlines. We feel both our own anguish and the world’s. There is a dearth of empathy, even of kindness, in the national conversation, and those deficits turn ordinary neurosis into actionable despair."

Has Andrew Solomon been talking to Andrew Sullivan? Maybe they share the same shrink. Wow, Trump gets blamed for Putin's success which "each day's headlines" paint as "pitiless times" which in turn pushes people past their "breaking point." It's horrible because many New Yorkers are not only feeling their own customary despair and anguish but now the feel the world's pain too. That ain't easy, but everyone should just take a chill pill and realize that Putin's got it all under control - nothing to worry about and certainly nothing to kill yourself over.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson

She was "sexy", but "too much hard work." I'm a regular Fox & Friends viewer (mostly in protest of the other insipid morning programs like Today and Good Morning America) so over the years I've gotten to know Gretchen Carlson pretty well. Stuck between Steve and Brian she always seemed a prudish scold with an irritating, self-righteous demeanor that I simply put up with because I figured some people in the Fox audience actually liked her persona. It was obvious that Steve and Brian did not, but they were stuck with her like so many talking heads and had to make the best of it - which they did. Besides, she was no worse than any of the other women on morning show TV - I mean, you're only going to find a certain kind of person to do this kind of work and that kind of person is the Gretchen Carlson kind. Then, one day, she was gone and replaced by Elisabeth Hasselbeck and the F&F ratings began to climb, and climb and climb - in two months view

No Step On Snek

On The 2020 Election: In an elemental way We the People of the United States lost because Trump, and the MAGA movement he champions, forced the Deep State/Administrative State/New World Order (whatever you want to call it) and its enablers in Corporate America - Finance/FakeNews/Big Tech - to declare their sovereignty and steal our election in the most obvious way possible. The brazenness and " in yo face " shamelessness of the crime is a big part of its effectiveness and loudly proclaims an intent to demoralize and defeat the America First ideology which actually won the highest number of votes in this nation's history. It wasn't even close and that was made clear when key cities in 5 or 6 swing states declared they would pause (stop) counting(?!) votes until all the rural districts had submitted results allowing the big city machines to manufacture the ballots required to put Jo(((k)))e Biden in the lead. NPC's and Normies don't get too critical of process a

I've Got You Dumb Motherfuckers Eating Right Out Of My Hand

The branches of government In 2011 John Lasseter wrote an opinion piece for The Onion which exposed Pixar's production strategy and shocking success in the marketplace : "Yes, after the success of our first few movies we had a hunch you'd continue to enjoy the wonderfully designed animation and our smart, lyrical writing, but I didn't think we'd create a horde of drooling morons ready to drop everything just to watch a fucking rat cook dinner." This observation was in reference to a Pixar film titled "Ratatouille" about a rat who dreams of becoming a French chef which, to my lights, created one of the most unappetizing and subversive stories ever told. The idea of rats running roughshod in a Michelin-starred restaurant is bad enough but when the proposition that "Anyone can cook" is taken to its evil and impossible extreme I must object for France and humanity. Using that movie and others as an example Lasseter makes the point that his