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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Fascism Bingo


The graphic illustration above comes from Buddy McCue, Renaissance Man. The posters are otherwise from Library of Congress.

I envision a bulletin board in the comments where folks post the latest bit of fascism Trumpolini et al may inflict or has inflicted upon us. Things MSM is ignoring or will not say. Something specific that bothers you particularly, Cher Reader.


The political blogs are full of actions we must take. Article at link proves there is a transcendental connection among us. I just subscribed to the New York Times. I cannot and will not function in a post truth world and the NYT has redeemed itself.

I start with my own pet pony(s), Controlled Media and Disdain for Intellectuals and the Arts.

I think laughing at the cheetoh faced shitgibbon is the way to go. Keep in mind always that Authoritarians have no sense of humor or proportion. Or any kind of self control.

Trump is still whining and drooling over Pence being booed at Hamilton. He is demanding an apology from the artists. Trumpolini cannot stand ridicule. He and Pence must be mercilessly ridiculed wherever they go.

All this Trump whining distracts from the news that our POTUS elect is a fraudster. And when the authoritarians are not whining they are publishing fake news. Not to worry. Zuckerburger will save us. 

Artists apologize or get executed under Fascism. They get jobs in a Democracy. Why? They literally shed light as a condition of their existence.
 A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black, because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light. - Leonardo da Vinci

The Committee to Protect Journalists letter in full of which this quote is a a part:
Through his words and actions, Trump has consistently demonstrated a contempt for the role of the press beyond offering publicity to him and advancing his interests.
For this reason CPJ is taking the unprecedented step of speaking out now. This is not about picking sides in an election. This is recognizing that a Trump presidency represents a threat to press freedom unknown in modern history.
We call on Trump to ensure that journalists are able to cover his campaign and his rallies without interference or impediment; to condemn threats against journalists made by his supporters; and to ensure that his statements and actions in the balance of this campaign are consistent with America's First Amendment tradition.






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