Monday, July 2, 2018

Good Person or BAD person...Politics of Identity clouding the real issue...Labels are manipulative...

The Devil is in the details....

The conversation that often gets side tracked by the manipulative manner is which labels are used.  The left are geniuses at this..after all ...creative types, Hollywood script writers know all about MAKING believe and more ...making US believe....shaping our thinking


I have been seeing to frequently the notion of relativity in all those different ideologies of who is evil who is not....

One is either OF respect for our INALIENABLE RIGHTS to be the BEST we can be...the BOSS of "ME."

Negative forces on the universe

  a. Race, white, red, yellow, hispanic, asian, native american
  b. Gender isms LBGQalkdlfjk#$%flk$%^
  c. sex    isms Feminism
  d. Orientation   isms.....homosexual, heterosexual

all of the above have to FIRST bow to progressive/liberal doctrine...if not...they don't get invited to the cocktail party club.... are either of GOODNESS of BADNESS....neutral defaults to bad....albeit relative...

The very nature of conservatism is OF VIRTUE, by our founders often wrote about..our Republic can't survive without Nature, God, and Morality was paramount...

 The opposite side of the coin to all things on the left is that which is derived from and governed by natural law is by design....CONSERVATISM...of today, Classical Liberalism of careful with labels
The opposite side of the coin to all things on the left is that which is derived from and governed by natural law is by design....CONSERVATISM...of today, Classical Liberalism of careful with labels
Positive forces on the universe
Virtue, Goodness
Conservative...period....of God, of nature, of natural law, of inalienable rights...all in a positive force on the universe....those with a negative force...

the antithetical includes OR all

THE LABEL is simply to take your eye of of IS!

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Image GUIDE to Psuedo EVENTS...the genesis of FAKE

The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America is a 1962 book by the political historian Daniel J. Boorstin.[1] 

In his book, Boorstin argues that Americans have a false "image" of what "news" actually is. He argues that Americans mistake certain "pseudo-events" for real news, when in fact they are the contrivances of politicians and news corporations.[2] The book gained international attention when Boorstin accused America of being "guilty" of initiating the 1979 Iranian Revolution which halted Iran's rapid growth and ascension towards becoming a world superpower. Today, many Iranians hold the past actions of western nations responsible for the revolution and declining stature of their nation. [3]
The Image begins by noting that Americans have "extravagant expectations" when it comes to their news consumption. To a degree, they demand to be entertained. Truly important, naturally occurring news stories, however, do not occur regularly or predictably -- there may be droughts of newsworthy stories. In order to "fill the gap," news corporations report what Boorstin calls "pseudo-events." Pseudo-events are political spectacles (usually) organized by politicians to tell a certain narrative. For example, a mayor may "cut the ribbon" at the grand re-opening of a historic hotel; the President may "pardon a turkey"; or, most commonly, a politician might organize a press release. These pseudo-events, however, are often mistaken for real news. And, more importantly, the media consumers seeing these pseudo-events often mistakenly believe these politicians are engaging "in politics."
The Image is also well-known for defining a celebrity as "a person who is known for his well-knownness." Boorstin argued that in the 1960s leaders were beginning to resemble "media stars," rather than politicians. Boorstin further warned that if the voting public continued to be inundated with pseudo-events and un-nuanced media coverage, these media stars would soon dominate the political landscape. Of important note, this book was written in the years following the 1960 Presidential Election, where many commentators have noted that Kennedy's appearance and demeanor on the first televised presidential debate may have swung the election.[4]


Image GUIDE to Psuedo EVENTS...the genesis of FAKE

Six 1962 Daniel Boorstin Quotes That Foresaw Events In 2016

December 7, 2016

In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, media pundits have pinpointed a number of seeming prophets — philosopher Richard Rorty, Supreme Court justice David Souter, the TV show Black Mirror
— that anticipated the conditions of the election before they happened.
To me, the most salient prognostication of 2016 comes from historian
Daniel J. Boorstin’s 1962 book The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America.

Megan Garber already touched on this in a recent article for The Atlantic (she calls The Image “a
blistering indictment of newspapers and television and Hollywood”). But
in the interest of letting Boorstin’s words speak for themselves, I’ve
highlighted six quotes that seem particularly predictive of what
happened in 2016.

1) On Confusing Believability With Truth

“When ‘truth’ has been displaced by ‘believability’ as
the test of the statements which dominate our lives…ingenuity is devoted
less to discovering facts than to inventing statements which can be
made to seem true.”

2) On Confusing Fame With Greatness

“We have willingly been misled into believing that fame —
well-knownness — is still a hallmark of greatness. Our power to fill
our minds with more and more ‘big names’ has increased our demand for
Big Names and our willingness to confuse the Big Name with the Big Man.”

3) On the Emotional Satisfaction of Stereotypes

“In one sense, of course, stereotypes — the excessively
simple, but easily grasped images of racial, national or religious
groups — are only another example of pseudo-events. But, generally
speaking, they are closer to propaganda. For they simplify rather than
complicate. Stereotypes narrow and limit experience in an emotionally
satisfying way.”

4) On the Emptiness of the 24-Hour News Cycle

“An innocent observer might have expected that the rise
of television and on-the-spot telecasting of the news would produce a
pressure to report authentic spontaneous events exactly as they occur.
But, ironically, these, like earlier improvements in the techniques of
precise representation, have simply created more and better

5) On the Way Our Mass-Media Bubbles Isolate Us

“More and more of our experience thus becomes invention
rather than discovery. The more planned and prefabricated our experience
becomes, the more we include in it only what ‘interests’ us. Then we
can more effectively exclude the exotic world beyond our ken: the very
world which would jar our experience, and which we most need to make us
more largely human.”

6) On the Anonymity of True Heroes

“In our world of big names, curiously, our true heroes
tend to be anonymous. In this life of illusion and quasi-illusion, the
person with solid virtues who can be admired for something more
substantial than his well-knownness often proves to be the unsung hero:
the teacher, the nurse, the mother, the honest cop, the hard worker at
lonely, underpaid, unglamorous, unpublicized jobs. Topsy-turvily, these
can remain heroes precisely because they remain unsung. Their
virtues are not the product of our effort to fill our void. …They alone
have the mysterious power to deny our mania for more greatness than
there is in the world.”

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

From a Jack to a QUEEN, From a Melting POT to a Salad Bowl....

 This is OUR land LEGALLY not 'your' land ILLEGALLY!

Melting POT to a Salad Bowl...the Perversion of Original INTENT
 attempt at taking America from the INSIDE out!

Melting Pots and Salad Bowls

Friday, October 26, 2012
For people in the United States, immigration has particular resonance. We continually hear that we are a nation of immigrants. Many people see the laws that try to control illegal immigration and its social and economic costs as a repudiation of this heritage—an ethnocentric or even racist attempt to impose and monitor an exclusive notion of American identity and culture. Opponents also charge that these laws invite the police to practice discriminatory racial profiling, creating the possibility that legal immigrants and U.S. citizens will be unjustly detained and questioned.
President Obama stated in 2010 that tough immigration-control laws like Arizona’s—which was stripped of several provisions during the most recent Supreme Court term—“threaten to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans.” The greater significance of such laws, however, is the way they touch on deeply held and frequently conflicting beliefs about the role of immigration in American history and national identity. These beliefs have generated two popular metaphors: the melting pot and the salad bowl.
The melting pot metaphor arose in the eighteenth century, sometimes appearing as the smelting pot or crucible, and it described the fusion of various religious sects, nationalities, and ethnic groups into one distinct people: E pluribus unum. In 1782, French immigrant J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur wrote that in America, “individuals of all nations are melted into a new race of men, whose labors and posterity will one day cause great changes in the world.” cont at link 

From Melting Pot to Salad Bowl
By Joyce Millet

Reprint Permission

Understanding American Culturekk
America has traditionally been referred to as a "melting pot,"
welcoming people from many different countries, races, and
religions, all hoping to find freedom, new opportunities,
and a better way of life.


Friday, June 8, 2018

The latest "POST" Fascist Book ....six 30 day block in 7 months

The issue in conflict was blacks dispropotionately being represented...isn't honest when you simply say....white commit most crime....NOT WHEN PROPORTION is taken into the calculation.

liberal blacks..and the 80/20 rule..
.#paretosPRINCIPLE 20% of the population creates 80% of the crime...and the 80% creates they promote MS-13 AS they say PORN stars are OK...and they are ok with US of A is upside down, inside out...perverted!

Friday, May 18, 2018

Marxist INSTIGATORS of HATE disguised as "MEDIA" Facto EVIL....

 Hillary goes off on President Trump...Gun Control
The Media....
parroting talking points from the radical left....
to include but not limited to GUN CONTROL 247

The constant drum beat of  hatred spewed by the Marxist Media.....IS the cause of Mass Shootings....

 Hatred of President Trump...leaves media blind

Great MEMES of everything FAKE Media...