17h38 UTC; WEDNESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER 2014: So much for the article of faith cherished deeply and dearly from "Tea Party," "9/12", "Christian Patriot" and suchlike types insisting that the "REAL AmeriKKKan," a/k/a the "New Christian Man," is the Sole Master of All (cf. the Guiding Doctrine of Jucheism per North Korea of Man being the Master of Everything, and deciding Everything), yet on the other hand is "mentally and morally incapable" of making sound and wise decisions without risking serious error (hence, as per Jucheism, requiring a superdivine "Supreem Leader" to act in the name and behalf of the "REAL AmeriKKKan" towards, for one, creating the ideal conditions for the Final Achievement and Perfection of die mensgesenterde ekonomesie vryheid van ons styl as will reclaim the Luscious Glory of AmeriKKKan Socioeconomic Prosperity that will Reclaim Thy Dear and Lovely Land from Itself; said "Supreem Leader" being a superdivine Prophet, Seer and Revelator expected to be above mortal error and weakness, incorruptable and serving solely by His Grace and Favour under the Mandate of Heaven).

I, for one, see it as doublethink, pure and simple.


Thus doth the RepubliKKKan ideal of "AmeriKKKan Exceptionalism"
fall to new and dangerous lows.


Continuing further on that study which Your Correspondent discussed previously suggesting that what you watch on the vidiot's box could affect how and what you eat: He'd like to see a "variation on a theme" (as it were) to see if the same hypothesis could be applied to children's programmes (as in comparing the likes of Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon programming with the kids' block on PBS), suppertime newscasts (as would compare the network newscasts, both FreeVee and cable, to the PBS News Hour or, alternately, All Things Considered from NPR) or even breakfast shows (in which comparision with the established breakfast shows, as per NBC's Today, CBS This Morning and Good Morning America per ABC, could be made with a radio tuned to NPR's Morning Edition).



How much longer will it get before employers start pushing the trope to such job applicants from targeted groups like the "chronically government-dependent," the disabled, returning veterans and various National Minorities that "it's actually cheaper paying your kind not to work," as if seeking to discourage job applications and resumes therefrom by implying that "taxpayer value" would best be served by keeping such on State relief at the expense of "Tea Party" articles of faith calling for a purely mensgesenterde Reddingsdaad (Afrikaans; "people-centred rescue action") whose model, it turns out, is that of the Reddingsdaadbond movement as sought the socioeconomic and cultural empowerment of "poor white" Afrikanerdom founded on the doctrine encapsulated in Vader Kestell's rallying-cry of 'n volk red homself at Die Tweede Trek's presence in Bloemfontein?



One Thing Moar: What stands in the way of the FBI opening enquiries into certain specimens of misguided religiopolitical Zealotry and True Belief seeking to unleash the Ebola virus upon Thy Dear and Lovely Land as a weapon of coercive, co-optative even, intimidation of real or imagined "liberals," "homosexual activists" and other perceived Enemies of Our Christian Nation?

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


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