Traffic has been mostly light here at CanSpeccy since we moved from Blogger to WordPress, which seems to confirm the suspicion that Blogger’s usage stats are of dubious reliability — although things picked up yesterday in response to some links kindly provided by Aangirfan.
Occasionally, someone stops by with a comment to the effect that we’re the dumbest blogger on the face of the planet and should quit wasting people’s time with our inane remarks and take up selling cats’ meat instead.* Such comments naturally remain forever in my spam folder.**
But in fact, I am a professional vendor of cats’ meat and only blog in the evenings after I have sold the last skewer-full, hoping in time, under the helpful guidance of strangers, to attain to a coherence and clarity that will prove to be a model for all.
Another passerby who rather spookily addressed me as “bro,” and who expressed approval of the “tenor” or our remarks, commented, perhaps with every intention of kindness: “Gosh, I wish you weren’t quite so paranoid,” the kind of comment to make one paranoid as Hell, obviously.
It’s true, though, that the “tenor” of our remarks might be seen by some as paranoid, since the overriding theme has been The Revolt of the Elites, which in a democracy can be more starkly described as the treason of the elites.
In particular, I have focused on a crime that the Holocaust-obsessed Western media will never mention; namely, the genocide of the European peoples, through a program of fertility reduction, state funded abortion and mass immigration of people of an alien race, religion and culture, and the suppression of opposition by legally enforced political correctness, and population demoralization by routine sexual humiliation by the U.S. Transportation Safety Administration and other agencies of the police state.
Generalizing this position, I have taken the line of supporting all indigenous peoples, including, particularly, the pre-European settlement natives of Canada where I now live, but extending even to extinct aboriginal communities that might be revived by advanced genetic technology.
Whether this amounts to paranoia, or the a dull glimmering of understanding that democracy is dead, deceased, fake — phony as the thee dollar coin you can purchase from the Canadian Mint for seventy-five bucks — I leave to the reader’s judgment.
Just for once, though, I thought I should bid paranoia farewell and talk about something nice, such as Victoria’s annual winter flower count, invented I assume by the real estate board to bring flocks of snowbound Easterners to town in search of idyllic retirement homes (oops, sorry, forget that paranoid thought).
Or perhaps you’d be interested in the recipe for spicy lentil soup I acquired from my old graduate school companion, Dhananjay Kumar, with whom, over 50 years ago, I often took an evening meal in the basement kitchen of the lab where we worked.
But a visit with Jon Rappoport, undermined my resolve. Jon, who is a better writer than I and even more paranoid, has just completed a insightful series of articles on the enigmatic Edward Snowden, which show seemingly beyond doubt the impossibility of the mainstream media story of the clean-cut lad who outwitted the mightiest spy machine the world has ever seen.
On the contrary, Rappoport argues, the Snowden leaks were an op., most likely run by Snowden’s past employer, the CIA, to take the NSA down a notch.
This seems reasonable to me. But then who’s running the CIA. The President of the US of A, has, in theory, ultimate command of the CIA. So was the Snowden op. OK’d by the President himself?
It’s interesting. Since Obama’s reelection, everything’s gone to rat shit: the so expensively and long-cultivated and bloody Syrian civil war peremptorily put a stop to by the much despised homophobic Putin; the war on Iran, now blocked by failure in Syria; ObamaCare reduced to fiasco by a lousy Website; the NSA exposed for massive infringement of the United States Constitution; even the presidential marriage reported to be on the rocks; and the President’s approval rating the lowest since Richard Nixon’s abdication.
But there seems a contradiction here. Syrian war? Did not most Americans oppose it? Iran war? Did not most Americans want that trigger for global nuclear war even less than a Syrian war? If ObamaCare has to be aborted, won’t most Americans cheer? If Obama has been sleeping around, wouldn’t most macho Americans approve?
What then is driving down Obama’s ratings? Media hostility seems the only explanation. Which suggests that the reelected Obama has tricked the bastards that pull the strings. that, alone, may not make him a hero in my eyes. But it sure makes him a more interesting president than he was, as a first-termer, following the Bush–Clinton–Bush….Clinton global-plutocratic-hegemony line.
*With acknowledgment to P.G. Wodehouse.
** I dealt with this commentator on a previous occasion here, but the advice keeps coming anyway.