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The killer of Chappaquiddick just blessed this world by leaving it, and we are left with the irony of watching his pals having their 2004 self-serving tampering of the political process blowing up in their face. Karma's a bitch:
"(...) the hacks are putting their heads together to overturn the 2004 Kennedy-backed legislation that took away appointment power from Republican Gov. Mitt Romney in the event of a Kerry succession situation." (more at Jules Crittenden's)
2004 was indeed a great year for the Democrats-democracy relationships department, particularly as far as Teddy "Let's Have A Drink Mary Jo" Kennedy was concerned.

Indeed, that September 2nd 2004 entry of mine serves as a reminder, particularly useful for the American voting part of my readers, that this Democrat Senator (for life) once expressed clearly and without ambiguity to his DNC friends how they should fear the will of the people and the legal outcome of the democratic process more than anything else—mass-murdering totalitarian Muslims who fly commercial planes into civilian buildings included, at least de facto.

Fortunately Edward "Splash" Kennedy won't be in position to utter such abject garbage anymore1—and so the best I can say of him (watch out, here comes the eulogy) is that he was gracious enough to leave, at last.



Jules Crittenden gives Woodstock a good and well deserved trashing, in his usual shock and awe style. Here's an appetizer:
"Hedonism wrapped in misguided self-righteousness and hypocritical idealism. Living like there’s no tomorrow while pretending you’re making the future a better place."
Emphasis mine.

The more I look at those baby-boomed hippies—and the pathetic spiritual offspring they seem to have spawned nowadays (freeloading freetards and neo-Communists, climate-reversing witch doctors and various tenants of a doctrine-guided science Lysenkoism, multiculture cultists & other moral relativists—the more I find myself okay with being a Generation-Xer stuck in between.

Even though being young in 80s' France sucked way beyond proportions— remember that, unlike the US and the UK, that's when the French decided to go dead on Socialism and elected one of the worst of their own, François Mitterrand.

But hey, I suppose that's in part what gave me a certain edge when it comes to swallowing Collectivist horseshit and going with the herd. What doesn't kill you makes you straggler.



... Is a total war, and we are losing it on all fronts, despite a few limited victories in a few skirmishes here and there. I am talking about the culture war—perhaps the most crucial of all, as its outcome has a direct influence in shaping Western societies, and as a result the rest of the world.

And by "all fronts", I do mean "all fronts". Example? Example:
Goofs: Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): The Government minister in charge of closing down the pirate radio stations is depicted as a right-wing reactionary, with a grand home with servants. In fact the responsible minister was Tony Benn, then the Labour government Postmaster General at the time, who is known as one of the most left-wing and socialist senior politicians ever.
Excuse me but... Goof? That is no goof but part of a deliberate, resolute and permanent effort at rewriting history and flooding pop (and therefore mass) culture with radical Left-wing propaganda, by those peculiar "wreched of the Earth" and "oppressed masses" who appear, somehow, to flock in the entertainment and 'information' industry at large (movies, music, video games & IT, media, etc) rather than having it easy in jobs like coal mining. Or steelworks. You know, stuff for rednecks who lack the political sophistication and motivation of great Modern American Thinkers like Richard Gere, and would vote for Sarah Palin the minute ACORN stops looking and filling the ballot box with Mickey Mouse and Saddam Hussein votes.

The sooner we understand the constant, relentless nature of this vast and distributed fight for Collectivism, the sooner we can start devising ways to counter this constant shelling of distortions, lies and crass propaganda in the media, movies, and entertainment industry at large.

While spending our hard-earned right-wing reactionary monies on something else than "The Boat That Rocked" is admittedly a small step, it is how every good start begins— and it takes every one of us, and the choices we make as individuals every day, even in such mundane matters as personal entertainment, if we are to see any hope for the final liberation of Man from those reactionary tribal apes.
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