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19h35 UTC; MONDAY, 18 AUGUST 2014: The very idea that certain specimens of conservative Zealotry and True Belief have in ekonomesie vryheid van ons styl, in ons tyd, vir all tyd as one with National Unity and Identity as a Sovereign Peculiar Among the Nations may not be good enough for the more blatant such: They have to find ways to incorporate the likes of privatising State Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid as among the articles of faith thereof, and present same as "empowering the working-classes" in the name and stylee thereof.

Unaware all the while that they can't make wise decisions through the very same marketplace that conservative thought insists will be the Great Provider of All, guided solely by its Invisible Hand (a/k/a God's Protective Hand Upon Thy Dear and Lovely Land).

Not to mention still forever hoping in "spontaneous, organic, people-centred" jobs creation by these same forces of ekonomesie vryheid, &c., regarded as a Holy of Holies vis-a-vis AmeriKKKan National Unity and Identity, especially so the Natural Unity and Interrelationship of the People and Nation when it's unlikely for even the compounders and manufacturers of Rust-Eeze Medicated Bumper Ointment to be attracted to Podunk Center, Iowa by such means as were last tested in apartheid South Africa.

Hopefully, the folks at this link should answer your need therefor.

The St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO, as in recent Unfortunate Events doubtless being exploited by elements weird and unwholesome, has a 67% black population ... and a police force which is, save for three members thereof, white for the most part. Enough, then, to wonder, if the Ferguson Police (and, to a lesser extent, the police department in St. Louis County, MO--as opposed to St. Louis proper, itself deemed an Independent City) has super-secretive branches of white-supremacist sects and groups, especially so the sort whose articles of faith insist on using sadisto mayhem and Fight Club-stylee tactics to achieve their aims.

Reinforced by a blind, unswerving ignorance in which The Five Words (as in "I have nothing to say") are expected to be the answer in case questions start being asked--up there with the old "The first rule of Fight Club is--YOU DO NOT SAY ANYTHING ABOUT FIGHT CLUB!!" mentality, reinforced by rather blatant recordings of the old Horst Wessel and "Die Stem van Suid-Afrika" being played at initiation rituals.

As in online radio stations such as this oldie-but-goodie.

A new pill for fans of late-night-radio-spawned conspiracy theories: Police and public health officials in Monrovia, Liberia, itself a major epicentre of the Ebola virus outbreak as has seen over 1,000 deaths across four west African sovereign peculiars in recent weeks, have issued a Public Health Alert in the wake of angry mobs descending upon an Ebola Quarantine Clinic in one of Monrovia's unhealthy neighbourhoods at the weekend, stealing mattresses and bedding likely contaminated with Ebola viral bacterium, forcibly removing the afflicted from the same--all the while shouting ur-bumper-sticker slogans suggesting that Ebola doesn't actually exist, that such was actually developed in super-secretive germ-warfare laboratories of foreign intelligence agencies, that sort of thing.

Meanwhile, who among us still remembers listening to those high-powered Mexican stations whose calls began with "XE" as featured rather weird Mickey Mouse all night long, religious and otherwise (including mail-order offers rather unbelievable involving post-office boxes in several Texas cities such as Clint, "that's C as in corn-L-I-N-T, Clint, Texas," as the announcer spelled it out)?

So till next time, folks: "73"
(Which, incidentally, was railroad telegraphers' shorthand for "goodbye.")

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