Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Hank Williams Knocks the Whole Political Paradigm

The real reason that Hank Williams, Jr was fired from ESPN wasn't that he just didn't mock our dear leader, but he didn't emphatically support the right-wing front men as the solution. He gave a little support Herman Cain's way, but he said in so many words what "they" don't want you to hear - that little part in the Declaration of Independence that says when a government no longer serves the people, it is the right of that people to abolish that government. Hank mentioned that 89% of the people think Congress needs to be replaced. They are rapidly loosing their ability to use the "throw the bums out" technique as described by Carroll Quigley as they march forward to the centrally planned society run by and for elites, the godless SOBs.

Listen to the whole thing:

Just so you know, the NFL is letting the TSA goon squad grope paying ticket holders as they enter the stadiums. Just in case you thought the NFL was All-American. I remember back when I lived in Nashville how we just had to have an NFL team, necessitating a stadium that we the taxpayers paid for. It will bring jobs. hahaha. Well the stadium down in New Orleans came in handy corralling a bunch of sheep, didn't it? Just saying that it's mighty convenient that these large structures are all over America in case of emergencies.

Let's do an NFL map shall we?

What's this, the Council on Foreign Relations? lol and we also have the ever global Aspen Institute represented along with the RINO brigade. The Federal Reserve! I don't look for this people, they're just everywhere. When I do a map and expand each node, it's like opening a Christmas present finding out what these people are into. After awhile, you get to know some of them by name. Anyhow, we know that ESPN is 80% owned by Disney, but let's look at ESPN as Disney is a big can of worms to open:
Nothing really shocking here, except the guy in the upper left, Victor Ganzi, the CEO of Hearst, who owns the other 20% of ESPN. He's on the board of a lot of stuff, including the big pharma giant Wyeth, a healthcare company called Gentiva, and on the board of the Associated Press. hmm.

Speculate from this what you will, as I have no hard and fast answers. I'm just trying to see who's who and what's what.


  1. I have no use for the NFL, the MLB or any other professional sport.

    Golf is probably the best of them since the taxpayers do not involuntarily contribute to build their infrastructure.
    Golf also contributes millions to local charities. Is the NFL still flipping that nickel out the window of the limo at season end to the United Way, where probably 4 cents of that will be sucked down by the administration anyway?

    That people pay hundreds of dollars to go to sit for 3 hours in freezing weather to watch grossly overpaid people toss a ball around or spit and scratch their crotch, occasionally throwing a ball over home plate or hitting it with a bat is mind boggling to me.

    When I saw people actually going nuts last summer watching world soccer with 2 points scored in an entire game, maybe, and the incessant vuuvuu horns going the entire time, I am convinced that being addicted to professional sports is a mental disease.

  2. I detest sports and was one of those kids in the pep rally who refused to cheer.

    So, yes Western Civ is circling the toilet, a Tholian Web of regulation and autocracy is being spun around us in what seems to be preparation for the Anti-Christ's albeit brief reign of total tyranny, and people are still watching balls being thrown, bounced, or hit.

    Doesn't make much since to me either.

    The real question of physical prowess will come when we all have to survive TEOTWAWKI.

  3. Tholian Web - A perfect description !

    Spock! Help !

    TEOTWAWKI ? (I only gradeated 8th grade ya know)

  4. We're living in the Bearded Spock Universe.

    That's prepper talk for
    The end of the world as we know it
    as made popular by the REM tune.

  5. Thanks RM.

    Good group.

    Well, I didn't care for the barbarian Kirk and crew, but we else could we gravitate to when kids are being 'taught' that excellence doesn't matter and effort is optional.


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