Asylum, and the Colonel

A couple notes.

1. The American Spectator like the Australian Spectator and the original Spectator is now behind a paywall. I like all three but do not consider them worth $70+ to £100 per year, so you will not see any more articles featured here from the various Spectators. Sad, to see them fade into irrelevance, as they try to survive, but we all do what we must. Frankly, if I were wont to spend money on political commentary, it would be the original, which is a much better magazine than either of the overseas versions, which while good, are but pale imitations of the original.

2. Tommy Robinson showing that he knows what America is about far better than the UK’s ambassador to the US has applied to the US, and President Trump, for political asylum. Given the scum that we are letting sneak in on that scam in the last few years, he should be roundly welcomed. What could be more American than standing up and defending a bunch of lower class girls who are being trafficked?


And speaking of what America is, the Colonel, Kurt Schlichter, has some thoughts on that and the presidential race, in Townhall, as always.

You gotta hand it to them – it’s an innovative strategy to run for President by taking the position that your country is garbage and that its are people deplorable monsters. It’ll be interesting to see how the Democrats fare on their “America sucks!” platform. The last week has seen Team Donkey take brave stands against the flag and celebrating our military, and you would half expect them to next advocate something insanely suicidal, like taking your health insurance or forcing you to pay for illegal aliens’ doctors.

Oh wait, that happened too.

Who are these lunatics? Do they really think this is going to play in America as well as it does in Chicago, Manhattan and Scat Francisco?

They do.

But it’s not.

Not that they would know it, since they don’t know any real Americans. The current Democrat Party consists of hipster geebos, race hustlers, pierced campus mutants, bitter middle-aged divorcées who teach high school, tech twerps and uninvited foreigners who shouldn’t even be here. The libs will be shocked to learn that real Americans love America.

Their platform, carried out by the carnival freakshow that is the Democrat Party and its allies in the media and in the woke corporations, is part of a greater strategy. It’s to denigrate and then destroy what makes America America, to steal our story from us and replace it with a bogus legacy of oppression and misery. They want to impose upon us a new narrative of a morally stained America unworthy of respect or gratitude, and guess who will be the heroes of that new narrative…

Not the armed Americans who shot the British king’s thugs.

Not the heroic pioneers who civilized the West.

Not the captains of industry who took a primitive backwater and made it the most prosperous and freest nation in human history.

Not the warriors who won at Gettysburg and Normandy.

Not you.

The colonel is completely correct, as usual. I find every single Demonrat candidate the time round to be retchingly horrific. Biden used to be at least amusing, but they are, every one of them, vermin whom I wouldn’t talk to on the street, or let into my house, let alone be in charge of the government. I was a shaky Trump supporter, before the election (‘actions, not words’, don’t you know). Mr. Clinton’s wife convinced me to vote for Trump, as she did many others. But compared to this murder of frauds, she would have been great.

Just think if Joe had been smart, brave, and tough enough to look over at the other weirdos, losers and mutations on that stage and say, “Are you people crazy? A Biden administration will not take your health insurance. It’s not going to open the borders and it’s not going to ask Americans to pay for illegal aliens’ – yeah, illegal aliens – health care. We’re not doing reparations or free college for gender studies majors or climate panicking. Oh, and America is the greatest nation on earth.” He would immediately win over the people who have doubts about Trump but a certainty about the America-hating nimrods that AOC’s party is pushing – the certainty that these idiots can never be trusted with power.

Luckily for Trump, it won’t happen. Good-Guy-To-Have-A-Beer-With Joe is long gone, like the wrinkles he had Botoxed away in preparation for this last disastrous White House run. Joe was the Democrat’s final chance to run a major candidate who likes America and likes Americans. Now one of the two major American political parties is all-in on hating the USA and hating you.

And so, here we are well over a year before the election, and yet we know the next year plus will be:

Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
And then is heard no more: it is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing
.

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13 Responses to Asylum, and the Colonel

  1. Nicholas says:

    Whenever I get upset by these miserable tricksters, I give myself a cool sip of this:

    Liked by 2 people

    • NEO says:

      Indeed, he always was a breath of fresh air.

      Liked by 1 person

    • the unit says:

      It’s tricksters vs tricksters, mostly. Thoughts come to mind from reading articles and comments about H. Ross.
      Also the old quote about allies, friends, and interests comes to mind.
      One source says men can have friends. Well yeah, and live long enough and they’ll be either dead or have Alzheimer’s.
      Life is just a dish of British Bangers…and an egg. 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

  2. the unit says:

    I sort of lost confidence in Colonel a few months ago when he seemed sincere the the republic should split up…no smiley face after.
    And of course his end message always about his books to sale.
    They gotta do what they gotta do, but NEO pole dances his message out. 🙂
    file:///C:/Users/Thom/Desktop/New%20folder%20(2)/Pole%20Dancer.jpeg

    Liked by 1 person

    • NEO says:

      I find his boog flogging tiresome, as well. There are days that I agree with that, not many, but some, and 10 years ago it would have been anathema. Hopefully we are starting to turn it around without. 🙂

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